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  • Hank Hill

    A Confederacy of Dunces by John Kennedy Toole. I've read this book a couple of times. The main Character, Ignatius J. Reilly an "obese genius from New Orleans, a flatulent frustrated scholar deeply learned in medieval philosophy and American Junk food." Gets Arrested, gets drunk with mom at a bar, they Crash, so begins the Hilarious misadventures.

  • Sarah Hendrix Enderle

    Great book full of vivid imagery and loads of humor.

  • Liza Morgan

    Thank you, again, for required reading lists.

  • Melinda Mullens

    Never looked at hot dogs and swords the same way again.

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