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So Many Books, So Little Time (2015 edition)

Books read in 2015: Odyssey — Homer trans. Mitchell The Biographical Dictionary of Literary Failure — Rose The Public Domain Review 2011-2013 — ed. Green The Science of Discworld vol.2 — Pratchett, Stewart, Cohen Wyrd Sisters (Discworld #6) — Pratchett … Continue reading

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So Many Books, So Little Time (2014 edition)

Here’s my reading list for 2014: Histories — Herodotus (trans Grene) Seven Pillars of Wisdom (1922) — TE Lawrence Infinite Jest — Wallace On the Map — Garfield The Princess Bride (30th anniv) — Goldman Isaac Newton — Gleick Writings … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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So Many Books, So Little Time (2012 edition)

I’m attempting to establish a habit of posting a list of books read during the year. 2011 is here and 2010 is here. I don’t know if the resulting motivation is good or bad; it’s nice to track what I’m reading, … Continue reading

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So Many Books, So Little Time (2011 edition)

I reported a year ago the list of the books I had read during 2010. I’ll do the same again for 2011 in hopes of turning this into a habit. The key to developing a habit, or so I’m told, … Continue reading

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So Many Books; So Little Time

It’s nearing the end of the year, and while there’s still a lot of reading time left to go, especially over the holiday break, I thought it would be interesting to list the books that I’ve read during the year. … Continue reading

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For the love of the binding…

The novelist and essayist Virginia Woolf married fellow writer and Bloomsbury Group member Leonard Woolf, and together they started their own publishing house, Hogarth Press. For Virginia and Leonard, being publishers was more than just dealing with manuscripts; it also … Continue reading

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