Tora wrote:Auldous Huxley
"Young Archimedes" - a heart-breaking story about how a small and talented boy became a toy in the hands of adults. This is probably the only title I can remember now. But the whole impression of Huxley I remember as very pleasant.
The Murders in the Rue Morgue - this is a short-stroy that is called the fisrt detective one in the literature. And many other that all have something to discuss.... like "The Man of the Crowd"...
Don't want to read "Dubliners" with them, Butler?
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