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Just to give notice, but I am taking a small leave for a week or two. I'll be traveling here and there, just to take a breather and work on various pieces. I will return soon.

cheers.

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*Buys a round of drinks*
Is it just me, or is the country sliding into a state of apathy? It's as if 'war', gas prices, and nuclear development just isn't enough to keep things kicking anymore.
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Hi guys, hope you don't mind me joining the table. I've been a fan of the round table since I was a kid and hope to one day be a part of such a circle myself. Myself, I'm an aspiring writer and, at times, I will admit, an avid drinker.
Coincidentally, I finished the Sun Also Rises a few days ago, so I guess I'm already caught up.
Nice to meet you all.
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I just need maybe two more days! I've been moving house and things have gotten a bit out of hand. I'm therefore a bit behind on my reading schedule. But I'm very close to finishing. Sorry though!
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Am new around here as well and did not properly introduce myself before spilling myself into your midst. I hope I am welcome among what appears to be an eclectic group.

Genius Rentals cordially offers members of the roundtable an introductory 100% discount from our usual rates which are typically quite exorbitant, to say the least.

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Hello there.

Thought I'd drift by and see what was afoot, since I find myself in search of new thrills. I'm a London-based writer, although you'd probably find this a little more interesting than my current project.

How are you all? Mind if I pull up a chair?

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Hi everyone,

I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions for what I should read next. I love books from the sort of 20s to 40s period, both English and American (although maybe with a slight preference for English... don't hold me to that). I've read most of the Fitzgerald canon I think, every Agatha Christie my library has, a whole lot of P G Wodehouse, a bit of Evelyn Waugh, um... what else? Oh, some Truman Capote. Some DH Lawrence. I'm sure I've read more but I can't think of any right now. But this is just to give you an idea of what I like. I'm reading Howard's End at the moment, and I'm loving it, but I've nearly finished. Sometimes I just feel overwhelmed at the number of books there are out there! How can one person really get through them all?

So, any recommendations? I was also thinking, if people were interested, we could start a kind of book group as one of the table's activities. Sorry GG, this is totally taking over your community. I guess there are about a million book groups on LJ, and probably a couple focusing on this period, but, well, I like the sound of you guys. And of course we can discuss plenty of things beside books.

Would anyone be into that?
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Hi! I just joined. I think this community has a lot of potential, even though not much is happening yet. I love books from the early 20th century, especially Fitzgerald, P G Wodehouse, Evelyn Waugh, Agatha Christie and oh heaps more that I won't list. I went through a small dorothy Parker obsession a few weeks ago too.

Here are some things about me:

I live in Wellington, New Zealand. I've just finished a double degree in law (law is an undergraduate degree in NZ) and philosophy, and next year I'll be a lawyer.

So hi!

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I'm quite ecstatic about finding this community (and so shortly after it was created)!

I adore Dorothy Parker, Fitzgerald, Benchley, the 1920's in general, and all things related to the so-called 'Vicious Circle'.

My name is Jessica, I'm 19, and I live in Florida.

I'm surprised that there are only two other members, but you two seem like fabulous girls. So hello!

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