So many Books, So Little Time (2013 edition)

And here are the books read for 2013:

  • The Poisoner’s Handbook — Blum
  • Lapham’s Quarterly 6:1 — ed. Lapham
  • Kurt Vonnegut Letters — Vonnegut
  • Canterbury Tales — Chaucer
  • London: The Autobiography — Lewis ed.
  • Plutarch Selected Essays — trans. Russel
  • The Common Reader — Woolf
  • The Art of the Personal Essay — Lopate ed.
  • The Name of the Rose — Eco
  • Hallucinations — Sacks
  • Science and the Founding Fathers — Cohen
  • Surely You’re Joking Mr Feynman — Feynman
  • The Ocean at the End of the Lane — Gaiman
  • Collected Fictions — Borges
  • The Riddle of the Labyrinth: The Quest to Crack an Ancient Code — Fox
  • Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin — Franklin
  • The New Bloomsday Book — Blamires
  • Ulysses — Joyce
  • Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man — Joyce
  • Double Cross — Macintyre
  • American Gods (10th anniv edition) — Gaiman
  • Odyssey — Homer (trans. Shaw aka TE Lawrence)
  • Lucky Jim — Amis
  • Oldest Dead White European Males — Knox
  • Dubliners — Joyce
  • Lawrence in Arabia — Anderson
  • A Passage to India — Forster
  • Fahrenheit 451 — Bradbury
  • Mr Penumbra’s 24 Hour Bookshop — Sloan
  • The Graveyard Book — Gaiman
  • Bouvard and Pecuchet — Flaubert
  • Best American Essays of the Century — ed. Oates
  • Conversations With A Motorcycle — Riepe
  • An Appetite for Wonder — Dawkins
  • The Simpsons and Their Mathematical Secrets — Singh
  • The Sherlockian — Moore
  • The Man Who Would Stop At Nothing — Pierson
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