I read three books this morning:
- Happiness is a Sad Song by Charles Schultz.
- Frog Goes to Dinner by Mercer Mayer.
- On Forgiveness by Jacques Derrida.
I liked Frog Goes to Dinner
best. It had the fewest wo rds.On Forgiveness
was interesting, but overused the words "heterogeneous" and "hyperbolic" (why not say "different" and "exaggerated"?). I blame the translator.Happiness is a Sad Song
ends on a depressing note: "Happiness is knowing you've made it through one more day." Unlike the other pages, this one includes no accompanying cheery picture of Linus, Charlie, or Sally.