As always, all I can do is try and see.
I would also like to say that If on a winter's night a traveler is the best book about life and books and reading and how those are all intertwined that I've ever read. It's a bit slow getting into it but well worth it. After I'm done I think I'm going to need to read it again.
(Entry title is from the Calvino book: "the clouding of your eyes, your laughing, the words you speak, your way of gathering and spreading your hair, your initiatives and your reticences, and all the signs that are on the frontier between you and usage and habits and memory and prehistory and fashion, all codes, all the poor alphabets by which one human being believes at certain moments that he is reading another human being.")