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Re: Fave works of art, literature, etc

Somerset Maugham's "The Razor's Edge" was the latest fiction book I read that highly impressed me.

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I like the "Beach at Trouville" painting by Monet which resides at The National Gallery in London.

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Painting: Any Monet painting is just awesome.

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Literature: Rayuela by Julio Cortazar and everything by both Carl Hiaasen and Kurt Vonnegut. I am also a fan of Borges' Ficciones (such complex and profound writing abilities, a mark of true literary brilliance!)

Art: Saturn Devouring His Child, Goya (I find it especially intriguing that it was a fresco in his dining room.)
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