Sorry, I'm not in the business of writing term papers. There's always Cliff Notes and Official Provisions for Papers, neither of which I'm endorsing. It's probably easier to read the book.
I've found that Powell's and the Advanced Book Exchange are excellent Internet sources for finding used books. If you're trying to find a cheap copy of Never Tease a Weasel, good luck!
My mother started keeping the list when I started the first grade. My school asked parents to keep track of what books we read as part of its reading program. She kept the list until 1977 and I've kept the list since I was in the fifth grade.
I'm using my own perl script for the db queries. I've had the list stored electronically since about 1983 (starting on a Commodore 64). So after the first chunk, the data entry has been one book at a time. I ported it from my Mac to HTML with a perl script.
Well, I don't think that I read very fast. I know many people who read faster and have read more than I ever will. I do read a couple of books at a time, so I sometimes finish two on the same day. In general, I'm pretty skeptical of speed reading. It seems to me like it would take the pleasure out of reading. Similarly, I believe that if I could understand Spanish, I would no longer find Sabado Gigante nearly as entertaining.
What does he mean, "your literature knowledge is pathetic"? You read Squad Helps Dog Bite Victim!
Yes. Yes. No. No. Thanks. Probably not.