OTTOTD 11/5/10: BCBBC Level/Stage/Round 2: Discussion Haus

I think everyone enjoyed the first book in the club to some degree, and here we are at round two.

I will be submitting the books for this poll as I won the election cast in the DRB2:BCB Platinum Edition Message Room. (Note: If you did not cast a vote for that it's because you haven't upgraded to Platinum Status yet).

This thread is for discussing the books, the book club and errata from the first Round/Level/Stage/Board/Edition. 

Questions to consider:

1) Was the 2+ week period a good length? What date should we begin discussion on this book (11/22, 11/29, or 12/6?)

2) Who should pick the books for next time's poll?

As with last time, if you vote you must post in this thread for your vote to count. Participants only please. 

Also, regarding previous discussion about non-fiction: My choices won't be non-fiction because I don't think there is as much to discuss, and it is less open to interpretation. The next person up is free to use non-fiction, but I think it makes for lousy book club discussion.

Now, on to the books (Poll closes at 3:00 and results will be posted):

I'm feeling in a rereading mood, so all of the books posted I've read before and thoroughly enjoyed. I'm sure a lot of you have read some/all of these books, but all are worth a re-read and all make for good discussion.

Moby Dick by Herman Melville

The Master and Margarita by Mikhail Bulgakov

A Confederacy of Dunces by John Kennedy Toole 

The Adventures of Augie March by Saul Bellow

A House for Mr. Biswas by V.S. Naipaul

Song of Solomon by Toni Morrison

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