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Murderous little world once our objects had gazes. Our lives
Were fragile, the wind
Could dash them away. Here lies the refugee breather
Who drank a bowl of elsewhere.
AnneCarson
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Read

2013

  1. The Iliad
  2. InSearchOfLostTime - Marcel Proust
    1. SwannsWay

2012

  1. An Object of Beauty - Steve Martin
  2. Harrient The Spy
  3. 1Q84 (bk.1&2&3) - HarukiMurakami
  4. The Classic Point of View - Kenyon Kox
  5. Art And Multitude - Antonio Negri
  6. Archaic Smile - A.E. Stallings
  7. Olives - A.E. Stallings
  8. The Nature of Things - Lucretius + A.E. Stallings
  9. Damage
  10. Les Miserables
  11. William Wordsworth
  12. The Wasteland

2011

  1. Never Let Me Go - Kazuo Isgiguro
  2. The Stones of Florence - Mary Mcarty
  3. Destruction of the Father, Reconstruction of the Father - Louise Bourgeois
  4. Holy Fire - Bruce Sterling
  5. Pedro Páramo - Juan Rulfo
  6. The Eternal City - Kathleen Graber
  7. Symposium, Timmaeus - Plato
  8. A Song of Ice and Fire (A Game of Thrones, A Clash of Kings, A Storm of Swords, A Feast for Crows, A Dance With Dragons) - George RR Martin
  9. Pattern Recognition - William Gibson

2010

  1. Memoirs of Hadrian - Marguerite Yourcenar
  2. Cosmicomics - Italo Calvino
  3. Moderato Cantabile - MargueriteDuras
  4. Niet Met Haar Eigen Pen te Pakken (get correct title)
  5. Against The Grain
  6. Nox - AnneCarson
  7. An Oresteia - AnneCarson
  8. GriefLessons - AnneCarson
  9. l’Art - Rodin/Gsell
  10. Kafka short stories
  11. Meisjes, Motors en Moslims

2009

  1. Four Screenplays By Ingmar Bergman
    1. Smiles of A Summer Evening
    2. The Seventh Seal
    3. Wild Strawberries
  2. Soldier of The Mist by Gene Wolfe
  3. Soldier of Arete by Gene Wolfe
  4. The Books of Blood (various storie vols. 1-6) by Clive Barker
  5. Sculpting in Time by Andrei Tarkovski
  6. The Bang-Bang Club
  7. The Twelve Caesars Suetonius/Robert Graves
  8. The Death of Bunny Muroe by NickCave
  9. Oresteia (audiobook)
  10. Waiting for Godot (audiobook)
  11. Twelve Byzentine Rulers (audiobook)
  12. Purgatory, Inferno, Paradise (audiobook)

2008

  1. DanceDanceDance - HarukiMurakami

2007

  1. ThePictureOfDorianGray - Oscar Wilde
  2. MenInTheOffHours - Anne Carson
  3. UnderstandingComics - Scott McCloud
  4. PerfumeTheStoryOfAMurderer - Patrick Suskind
  5. Fables (1-63) - Bill Willingham
  6. TheUnbearableLightnessOfBeing - Milan Kundera
  7. De Metabaronen - Jiminez (8 volume graphic novel)

2006

  1. LadyChatterleysLover - D.H. Lawrence
  2. 1984 - George Orwell
  3. NorwegianWood - HarukiMurakami
  4. TheGreatGatsby - F. Scott Fitzgerald
  5. TheBeautyOfTheHusband - AnneCarson
  6. AutobiographyOfRed - AnneCarson
  7. CatcherInTheRye - J.D. Salinger
  8. The Wanderings of Oisin - William Butler Yeats
  9. SputnikSweetheart - HarukiMurakami
  10. AfterTheQuake - HarukiMurakami
  11. BeoWulf - Seamus Heanly
  12. TheMistsOfAvalon - Marion Zimmer Bradley
  13. The Hobbit - JrrTolkien
  14. TheSandman - NeilGaiman
  15. Lolita - Vladimir Nabokov
  16. Books Of Magic - NeilGaiman and others
  17. TillWeHaveFaces - C.S. Lewis
  18. AShortHistoryOfMyth - Karen Armstrong
  19. TheWindUpBirdChronicle - HarukiMurakami
  20. Watchmen - Alan Moore
  21. HardBoiledWonderlandAndTheEndOfTheWorld - HarukiMurakami

2005

  1. AmericanPsycho

Didn’t Finish

  1. Orlando - Virginia Woolf - Perhaps it was the edition but, this book was too much of a concptual literary work for me. I was annoyed by all the annotation. And the story which was starting out slowly didn’t intruige me enough to keep me reading and I just, put it aside.
  2. CoinLockerBabies - Ryu Murakami - It was a sort of pollution, this story. It drew me in at first, untill i realised the author was not going to stop torturing his characters. And it has that quality that all pulp novels do, that you know exactly what is going to happen next. Long winded and in a hurry he took no time with his characters and one is never comfortable with them. everyone is hurting everyone is hurting. it is not a pleasant book to read an i guess i wasn’t in the mood to slog around in the dirt with them.
  3. MobyDick - Herman Melville - I found it a remarkable book. until Ishmael started going on about whales for 200 pages. I would like very much to finish reading this book one day the most important quote was right at the beginning (Ocean)
  4. Haroun and the sea of Stories - couldn’t finish it becauuse i found out it was supposed to be read as political commentary. that was a real turn-off
  5. Spook Country - William Gibson