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Umberto Eco RIP

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General 20 Feb '16 18:19
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    20 Feb '16 18:19
    He leaves behind him some very interesting books.
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    20 Feb '16 23:56
    'The Name of the Rose' is my favourite.
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    21 Feb '16 00:15
    Originally posted by lolof
    'The Name of the Rose' is my favourite.
    Foucault's Pendulum, that was a good book.
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    21 Feb '16 00:18
    Originally posted by sonhouse
    Foucault's Pendulum, that was a good book.
    Was Sean Connery in that too? 😛
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    21 Feb '16 06:40
    Originally posted by lolof
    'The Name of the Rose' is my favourite.
    The only one of his that I read. Twice, though.
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    22 Feb '16 12:46
    Originally posted by FMF
    Was Sean Connery in that too? 😛
    No, just Cobert and Kimmel, they fight over Fallon's ratings.
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    The island of the day before

    by him is a wonderful book. It is both a historical novel and a philosophical study of the time/date problem.
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