Disobedience — Alberto Moravia Good Morning, Midnight — Jean Rhys Maldoror — Comte De Lautreaumont Monica — Saunders Lewis Hebdomeros — Giorgio de Chirico Michael Kohlhaas — Heinrich Von Kleist A Sentimental Journey — Laurence Sterne The Glass Bees — Ernst Junger Everything is Illuminated — Jonathan Safran Foer 3.
How Music Works - David Byrne This was a present from one of The Knocking Shop, hoping, perhaps, to inspire in me some similarities with Mr Byrne, but other than a nagging sense that I share many of the traits that led him to acknowledge his Asperger's I fall far short in terms of focus, productivity, creativity and that vague fog known as genius.
Wide Sargasso Sea — Jean Rhys The Deadbeats — Ward Ruyslinck The Bell Jar — Sylvia Plath The Rainbow — D H Lawrence Sula — Toni Morrison On the Road — Jack Kerouac Tarr — Wyndham Lewis Justine — Marquis De Sade The Thinking Reed — Rebecca West Metamorphoses — Ovid c.
Sister Carrie — Theodore Dreiser By the Open Sea — August Strindberg I remember being a little disappointed but not anywhere like the 'stop reading' stage.
Native Son — Richard Wright The Midwich Cuckoos — John Wyndham The Stone Diaries — Carol Shields Conversations In Sicily — Elio Vittorini Thais - Anatole France Death Sentence — Maurice Blanchot Some Experiences of an Irish R.
Wild Swans — Jung Chang The question of how the farce resolves — does good sense result in happiness, or does sensibility. Hunger — Knut Hamsun Fado Alexandrino — Antonio Lobo Antunes A Christmas Carol — Charles Dickens Fado Alexandrino — Antonio Lobo Antunes Romance of the Three Kingdoms — Luo Guanzhong The Beggar Maid — Alice Munro.
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1, Books To Read Before You Die So I actually stole this from Laura, over at Reading In Bed.
I’ve owned this book myself for years and when I read a post of hers about moving away from the reason she started her blog, which was to track her reading of the books in this collection, I wondered why I even owned this book if I wasn’t trying. The subtext is always " books to have read if you want to gain the approval of a certain sort of fashionable literary pretend-intellectual." If you're going to read books and then die, read the ones you want to read.1001 books to read