The first book of Gore Vidal, that I read was "The City and the Pillar". Well, you may know why I really loved it. Than I found "Live from Golgotha" , "Washington D.C" and now I'm reading "Creation". Even when most of his books don't have the main subject of the first one, I really like to have a contact with Vidal's books. He just can write in a different way and I like the way, but I cannot get ogiginal versions of the books but only in translation into my language. And there's another problem - there are only about 10 book translated into polish so far. What a pitty. Anyway, now Gore Vidal is obviously my best author. Best regards from Poland, EU (from 2004)
>>By new fan of vidal (Saturday, 25 Jan 2003 19:37)
i've the opportunity to read "Linconl" (in English and Portuguese) and now i'm starting "1876" in English...Well, Gore Vidal has a unique way to tell us, or better, teach us what the America history means...
After i read it - i'd like to
make a journay by "whashington" , and "Burr"...
>>By ronaldo & family (Monday, 1 Nov 2004 17:27)
read some of his nonfiction, it's brilliant.
>>By granther (Monday, 8 Nov 2004 03:47)
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