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I read this book in one day when I was in 6th grade. It was as if Pony Boy was writing for me, personally. This one changed how I looked at life as well as literature.

currently reading/re-reading the dover anthology of blackwood's stories, but how i'd love to have this fabulous penguin edition

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"Regarding the Pain of Others" by Susan Sontag. A very insightful read, perfect to get the thoughts going and to think about others, especially and simultaneously before yourself.

My favorite book. A heartbreaking work. Couldn't agree more. Dave is one of my inspirations...