Grapes of Wrath

I’ve finally finished reading Grapes of Wrath. Sad book. I always felt hungry when reading it. And guilty, too. Well, at least I’m more educated on the topic of Great Depression, now. I really want to watch the film, too.

Last night, however, I didn’t know what to read. I ordered Catcher in the Rye, as it’s not available on Kindle. Damn you, Salingers! Ah, Kindle, I like reading stuff on my phone, however, nothing really beats a physical copy of a great book. I’m not really sure I will like the book I’ve ordered, but it’s worth a read.
      Yesterday, I was scouring through my digital library, trying to make up my mind. Started many books, but finished only a few. After being scared by Don Quixote, I settled on Pushkin’s Eugene Onegin (in Russian, of course). I have to confess, I’ve never read it. And that’s a shame. I don’t want to end up like a guy who’s never/half read classic literature, but masterfully knows how to talk about it.

Anyway, I’m off drawing stuff. Here’s a quick doodle of Tom Joad from the film, which I’m gonna watch...

$root - whoami
joad junior
The Artist

// Go back in time

The FMP

// To the future

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