I'm nearing the end of Chemo cycle #3 and preparing for Chemo Cocktail #4 which is next Thursday. I've been pretty much confined to the house because I am "immunosupprimée" and the world is a dangerous place for me right now - catching a cold could land me in the hospital.
I may not be able to get out into the world much but no matter because friends and family are bringing the world to me by recommending titles or by passing along books. Last week I received no fewer than 4 books in the mail - some via Amazon and others from personal libraries. Thank you all so much - my cup runneth over and some of the titles are just fascinating. Between what came in the mail and the recommended reading I purchased and downloaded to my Ipad/Kindle, I'd say I am set for the next month or so.
Here's what is in the reading pipeline:
Citizenship and Those Who Leave edited by Nancy Green and Patrick Weil
Globalizing Migration Regimes edited by Kristof Tamas and Joakim Palme
Les Français: portrait d'un peuple by Sanche de Gramont
The Holocaust Industry by Norman G. Finkelstein
Pourquoi le christianisme fait scandale by Jean-Pierre Denis
Une sociologue au Conseil constitutionnel by Dominique Schnapper
Comment je suis redevenu chrétien by Jean-Claude Guillebaud
That is quite a lot of good reading. Plus, for those days when "Chemo Brain" hits hard, I have trouble focusing, and I just want to be anywhere but in my own poisoned skin, I have been swapping lists of favorite Romance novels (littérature sentimentale) with friends here. Yep, French women like this stuff too....