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2014: What I read

As usual, here is the list of books I finished last year. It’s a pretty mixed list. 2014 was a hard and stressful year, which made me turn to books to keep myself sane. When life becomes a little bit too much books are the only thing that allow me to lose myself for a while, not even watching films will do. Overall I’m really happy with this list. There’s a bit of everything that matters to me; some guilty pleasures, some easy reads, some classics, some Nazi stuff, music, films… I think it’s a good mix. I had a great time, I learnt, I laughed, I cried, I shuddered and I wish some of those books never ended. 2014 was also the first year when I could read a book in German without constantly thinking “oh man, I’m reading in German!” or looking up words, which makes me feel really great. I read a couple more that I had to give up due to boredom, so overall I spent a good while reading in German, who would’ve thought.

If you are curious you can check out what I read in 2008, what I read in 2009, what I read in 2010 and what I read in 2013.

 

Angelou, Maya – Gather Together in My Name

Anger, Kenneth – Hollywood Babylon

Arfin, Lesley – Dear Diary

Ashdown, Isabel – Summer of ’76

Bolaño, Roberto – La Pista de Hielo

Boyd, William – Waiting for Sunrise

Bryan, Helen – War Brides

Burroughs, Augusten – Dry

Bynner, John – Twenty-something in the 1990s: Getting On, Getting By, Getting Nowhere

de Cervantes, Miguel – El Licenciado Vidriera

Christie, Agatha – And Then There Were None

Christie, Agatha – Peril at End House

Christie, Agatha – The ABC Murders

Christie, Agatha – The Murder of Roger Ackroyd

Crott, Randi – Erzähl es niemandem! Die Liebesgesichte meiner Eltern

Dahl, Roald – Matilda

Dickens, Charles – Little Dorrit

Erikson, Erik – Identity and the Life Cycle

Eugenides, Jeffrey – The Marriage Plot

Eyre, Pilar – La Soledad de la Reina Sofía

Feig, Paul  – Kick Me: Adventures in Adolescence

Fiske, John – Understanding Popular Culture

Flynn, Gillian – Gone Girl

Forrester, Helen – Liverpool Daisy

Gaskell, Elizabeth – North and South

Gribbin, John – Not Fade Away: The Life and Music of Buddy Holly

Haaf Meredith – Dejad de Lloriquear. Sobre una Generación y sus Problemas Superfluos

Haffner, Sebastian – Defying Hitler: A Memoir

Haffner, Sebastian – The Meaning of Hitler

Harris, Peter – El Enigma Vivaldi

Heywood, Colin – A History of Childhood

Klemperer, Victor – I Will Bear Witness: A Diary of the Nazi Years 1933-1941

Klosterman, Chuck – Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs: A Low Culture Manifesto

Leland, John – Hip: The History

Maranda, Elizabeth – Telegram. A Collection of 27 Issues

Martín Gaite, Carmen – Entre Visillos

du Maurier, Daphne – Rebecca

Mendoza, Eduardo – El Misterio de la Cripta Embrujada

Modell, John – Into One’s Own: From Youth to Adulthood in the United States 1920-1975

Morrissey – Autobiography

Palahniuk, Chuck – Snuff

Pardo Bazán, Emilia – Un Viaje de Novios

Powell, Margaret – Below Stairs

Rowell, Rainbow – Eleanor & Park

Rowell, Rainbow – Fangirl

Rutherfurd, Edward – Paris

Schlink, Bernhard – The Weekend

Shaffer, Mary Ann – The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society

Sharpe, Katherine – Coming of Age on Zoloft. How Antidepressans Cheered Us Up, Brought Us Down, and Changed Who We Are

Smith, Zadie – NW

Steinbeck John – East of Eden

Sternberg, Emma – Breznkönigin

Vonnegut, Kurt – Slapstick or Lonesome No More!

Williams, John – Stoner

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2013: What I read

I’ve been keeping track of every book I finish reading for nearly a decade now. I didn’t manage to finish any books during the last 3 months of 2013, which is my longest period so far. Because of this, I was under the false illusion that 2013 had been a really poor year as far as reading goes. Turns out I read nearly 50 books. It doesn’t quite match my record of 67 books in 2012, but it’s not a bad list.

Angelou, Maya – I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings

Arnett, Jeffrey Jensen – Adolescence and Emerging Adulthood: A Cultural Approach

Atwood, Margaret – The Blind Assassin

Bauerlein, Mark – The Dumbest Generation: How the Digital Age Stupefies Young Americans and Jeopardizes our Future

Blasco Ibáñez, Vicente – Los Enemigos de la Mujer

Brontë, Charlotte – Jane Eyre

Brontë, Charlotte – Villette

Bryson, Bill – At Home: A Short History of Private Life

Buckley, Christopher – Boomsday

Chamberlain, Lisa – Slackonomics. Generation X in the Age of Creative Destruction

Colin, Chris – What Really Happened to the Class of ‘93: Start-ups, Dropouts, and Other Navigations through an Untidy Decade

Coupland, Douglas – Player One

Elmore, Tim – Generation iY

Erdrich, Louise – The Master Butchers Singing Club

Fitzgerald, F. Scott – Cartas a Mi Hija

Fitzgerald, F. Scott – The Great Gatsby

Fitzgerald, F. Scott – Flappers and Philosophers

Follett, Ken – The Man from St. Petersburg

Gilbert, Daniel – Stumbling on Happiness

Haidt, Jonathan – The Happiness Hypothesis. Finding Modern Truth in Ancient Wisdom

Hall, Tarquin – The Case of the Missing Servant

Henig, Robin Marantz – Twentysomething: Why Do Young Adults Seem Stuck?

Hine, Thomas – The Rise an Fall of the American Teenager

Kaminer, Wladimir – Russendisko

Karr, Mary – The Liars’ Club

Koslow, Sally – Slouching Towards Adulthood

Lewis, C. S. – Prince Caspian

Lindo, Elvira – Una Palabra Tuya

Macko, Lia – Midlife Crisis at 30

Matthieu, Ricard – Happiness: A Guide to Developing Life’s Most Important Skill

Mendoza, Eduardo – Sin Noticias de Gurb

Mitchell, Gladys – The Rising of the Moon

Noxon, Christopher – Rejuvenile: Kickball, Cartoons, Cupcakes, and the Reinvention of the American Grown-up

Oakes, Kaya – Slanted and Enchanted: The Evolution of Indie Culture

Oates, Joyce Carol – Blonde

Pamuk, Orhan – Istanbul. Memories and the City

Pichon, Liz – Everything’s Amazing (sort of)

Rimbaud, Arthur – A Season in Hell

Rowling, J. K. – The Casual Vacancy

Rubin, Gretchen – The Happiness Project. Or Why I Spent a Year Trying to Sing in the Morning, Clean My Closets, Fight Right, Read Aristotle, and Generally Have More Fun

Sedaris, David – Squirrel Seeks Chipmunk: A Modest Bestiary

Smith, Patti – Just Kids

Spark, Muriel – The Ballad of Peckham Rye

Vonnegut, Kurt – The Big Trip Up Yonder

Vonnegut, Kurt – 2BR02B

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2010: What I Read

I hardly ever post book reviews, you know why? Because I am too busy reading them.
Ackroyd, Peter – The Last Testament of Oscar Wilde
Ackroyd, Peter – Venice. Pure City
Alexander, Paul – James Dean. Boulevard of Broken Dreams
Appignanesi, Lisa – Mad, Bad and Sad. A History of Women and the Mind Doctors from 1800
Atwood, Margaret – The Handmaid’s Tale
Auster, Paul – The New York Triology
Ballard, J. G. – Empire of the Sun
Barbery, Muriel – The Elegance of the Hedgehog
Bentley, Peter – The PhD Application Handbook
Brampton, Sally – Shoot the Damn Dog
Buten, Howard – When I was Five I Killed Myself
Doyle, Roddy – Chicago Blues
Ellis, Bret Easton – The Informers
Fante, John – Wait Until Spring, Bandini
Freeman, Daniel – Use Your Head: The Inside Track on the Way We Think
García Márquez, Gabriel – 100 Años de Soledad
Gayle, Mike – The to-do List
Goodman, Susan – Children of War
Gottfried, Martin – Arthur Miller. A Life.
Heller, Zoë – Notes on a Scandal

Hornby, Nick – Juliet, Naked

Ishiguro, Kazuo – Never Let Me Go
Ishiguro, Kazuo – Nocturnes
J. Sender, Ramón – La Tesis de Nancy

Kafka, Franz – The Trial
Kafka, Franz – Metamorphosis
Kureishi, Hanif – Something to Tell You
Lessing, Doris – The Good Terrorist
Leroux, Gaston – The Phantom of the Opera
Pendakur, Manjunath – Indian Popular Cinema
Loe, Erlend – Naive. Super
Manegat, Julio – Spanish Show
Mercer, Jeremy – Books, Baguettes & Bedbugs. The Left Bank World of Shakespeare & Co.
Murakami, Haruki – Blind Willow, Sleeping Woman
Murakami, Haruki – A Wild Sheep Chase
Nemirovsky, Irene – Suite Française
Nicholls, David – One Day
Parsons, Tony – Starting Over
Paxman, Jeremy – The English
Plath, Sylvia – The Bell Jar
Richardson, Nigel – Dog Days in Soho
Robb, Graham – The Discovery of France
Robinson, Jane – Bluestockings. The Remarkable Story of the First Women to Fight for an Education
Rutherfurd, Edward – New York
Sagan, Françoise – Hello Sadness
Sartre, Jean-Paul – The Age of Reason 
Shakespeare, William – The Merchant of Venice
Smith, Betty – A Tree Grows in Brooklyn
Smith, Zadie – On Beauty
Spencer, Amy – DIY. The Rise of Lo-Fi Culture
Spoto, Donald – Spellbound by Beauty. Alfred Hitchcock and his Leading Ladies
Tearne, Roma – Brixton Beach
Torrente Ballester, Gonzalo – El Señor Llega
Torrente Ballester, Gonzalo – Donde Da la Vuelta el Aire
Torrente Ballester, Gonzalo – La Pascua Triste
Townsend, Sue – The Queen and I

Turner, Graeme – British Cultural Studies. An Introduction
Vonnegut, Kurt – Slaughterhouse Five
Waters, Sarah – Fingersmith
Waters, Sarah – Tipping the Velvet
Williams, Tennessee – A Streetcar Named Desire
Wolpert, Lewis – Malignant Sadness. The Anatomy of Depression
Woodruff, William – Shadows of Glory
Wurtzel, Elizabeth – Prozac Nation
So these are the books I finished in 2010. There are others I started and left because I couldn’t handle them, like Kafka’s castle, and others that I’m still reading, like Portrait of a Lady. Then there are the books that I’ve been reading for years, like Sylvia Plath’s diaries. I read half a book in German and half a book in Italian, which I consider to be a massive achievement.
I read Sartre in Paris, Kafka in Prague and The Merchant of Venice in Venice. Yes, I am that pretentious.
The list contains pieces of crap and amazing works. Things that I had meant to read for years and airport impulse buys. I wonder what a psychologist would say about my reading patterns. I don’t want to review each book, so the ones I particularly enjoyed & recommend are marked in grey.
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2010 film resolution

I had totally forgotten about my 2010 film resolution. Below is my progress so far. I’m not doing too well, but I can’t help it. I’ve been putting off watching those films for way too long! What are some must-see films that you’ve never seen? (I need to feel better about this).

  1. The Godfather
  2. Star Wars
  3. The Shawshank Redemption
  4. Chinatown
  5. Taxi Driver
  6. Alien
  7. Star Trek
  8. Goodfellas
  9. City of God
  10. Requiem for a Dream
  11. A Clockwork Orange
  12. Blade Runner
  13. Brazil
  14. Se7en
  15. Terminator
  16. Kill Bill
  17. Close Encounters of the Third Kind
  18. Down By Law
  19. The Dark Knight
  20. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
  21. One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest
  22. Reservoir Dogs
  23. Superman
  24. Untouchables
  25. Lèon
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2010: One of my resolutions

I always consider myself a pretty fake film student because there are so many films that everybody’s watched but I haven’t. It’s almost as if I got some of hidden pleasure everytime I hear something along the lines of “WHAT?!?!?! (horrible shock look) You haven’t seen The Godfather? And you study film? How can you?”. In order to avoid this, this year I am going to watch at least 25 of those films everybody thinks I should have watched years ago. I am sure the world will be a better, more pleasant place once this has been done. Here is my list.

  1. The Godfather
  2. Star Wars
  3. The Shawshank Redemption
  4. Chinatown
  5. Taxi Driver
  6. Alien
  7. Star Trek
  8. Goodfellas
  9. City of God
  10. Requiem for a Dream
  11. A Clockwork Orange
  12. Blade Runner
  13. Brazil
  14. Se7en
  15. Terminator
  16. Kill Bill
  17. Close Encounters of the Third Kind
  18. Down By Law
  19. The Dark Knight
  20. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
  21. One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest
  22. Reservoir Dogs
  23. Superman
  24. Untouchables
  25. Lèon
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2009: What I read

As you can see below, I read a lot less than I did in 2008. I like to think this is a good thing.

Alcott, Louisa May – Little Women
Austen, Jane – Persuassion
Auster, Paul – Moon Palace
Barnes, Julian – England, England
Bukowski, Charles – New Poems Book I
Calla, Cécile – Tour de Franz. Mein Rendezvous mit den Deutschen
Chevalier, Tracy – El Azul de la Virgen
Chbosky, Stephen – The Perks of Being a Wallflower
Curcio, Vincent – Suicide Blonde. The Life of Gloria Grahame
Hesse, Herman – Steppenwolf
Isla, Lala – Londres, Pastel sin Receta
July, Miranda – No One Belongs Here More Than You
Kerouac, Jack – On The Road
Keyes, Marian – This Charming Man
Marlowe, Christopher – Dr Faustus
Marlowe, Christopher – Edward II
McLiam Wilson – Ripley Bogle (x2)
O’Farrell, John – An Utterly Exasperated History of Modern Britain
Orwell, George – Down and Out in Paris and London
Palahniuk, Chuck – Fight Club
Pessoa, Fernando – El Banquero Anarquista
Shakespeare, William – Twelfth Night
Shakespeare, William – MacBeth
Shakespeare, William – The Tempest
Shakespeare, William – Richard II
Stendhal – Red and Black
Strinati, Dominic – An Introduction to Studying Popular Culture
Waugh, Evelyn – Brideshead Revisited

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Top 10 Romantic Comedies

I couldn’t care less about Valentine’s day, but it’s a good excuse to write a post about my favourite romantic comedies. I wanted to keep the list restricted to this one genre, which is why I didn’t include musicals with a romantic comedy plot or teen pics. Apart from the fact that I consider teen pics to be a genre of their own, they would have made up over half of my list, so they had to be left out if I wanted a varied list. I’ve found it impossible to list them in order of preference because the only clear one was A Philadelphia Story as #1, so I’ve listed them in chronological order instead.1. The Philadelphia Story (George Cukor, 1940) A film starring Katharine Hepburn, Cary Grant and James Stewart can’t be bad.

Macaulay Connor: My father was a history teacher.
Tracy Lord: English history has always fascinated me. Robin Hood, Cromwell, Jack the Ripper. Where did he teach? Your father I mean.
2. Roman Holiday (William Wyler, 1953) I have to admit that the first time I watched this film I wasn’t too impressed. I think my reaction was related to the fact that I think Audrey Hepburn is a bit overrated. Sure, she was beautiful, but I don’t see her worthy of her icon status. However, every time I watch this film I like it more and more and I find myself watching it really often. Its innocence keeps drawing me back to it. Both Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck are great and the sights of Rome, the true protagonist of the film, are wonderful.

Princess Ann: Is this the elevator?
Joe Bradley: This is my ROOM!

 

3. Some Like it Hot (Billy Wilder, 1959) This has been one of my favourite films since I was a 10 year old obsessed with Marilyn Monroe. I’ve watched it countless times and it still makes me laugh out loud every single time.

 

Junior: Look, if are you interested in whether I am married or not?
Sugar: Oh, I’m not interested at all.
Junior: Well, I’m not.
Sugar: That’s very interesting!

4. The Apartment (Billy Wilder, 1960) I feel a bit bad for including two films by the same director on this list, but I had to.

J.D. Sheldrake: Ya know, you see a girl a couple of times a week, just for laughs, and right away they think you’re gonna divorce your wife. Now I ask you, is that fair?
C.C. Baxter: No, sir, it’s very unfair… Especially to your wife.

5. Annie Hall (Woody Allen, 1977) I just realised the quote “I tell you this as an artist,I think you’ll understand”, which appears in a Jawbreaker album, is from this film. Another reason to love it. This is probably one of the most quotable films ever.

[Alvy addresses a pair of strangers on the street]
Alvy Singer: Here, you look like a very happy couple, um, are you?
Female street stranger: Yeah.
Alvy Singer: Yeah? So, so, how do you account for it?
Female street stranger: Uh, I’m very shallow and empty and I have no ideas and nothing interesting to say.
Male street stranger: And I’m exactly the same way.
Alvy Singer: I see. Wow. That’s very interesting. So you’ve managed to work out something?

6. Never Been Kissed (Raja Gosnell) This is a guilty pleasure of mine. I didn’t know whether to include this on the list or not because, even though the main characters are not actually teenagers, this is still pretty much a teen pic.

Olesky: Sex can be fun… when you’re old enough, which none of you are. I should know. When you lose it to some guy named Junior with bad breath in the back of a van at a Guns N’ Roses concert, your gonna wish you had listened to your mother when she said, “There not gonna want to buy the whole friggin’ ice cream truck when your handing out the popsicles for free!”
[giggles and sighs]
Anita Olesky: … So, any questions?
[every hand goes up]

7. Notting Hill (Roger Michell, 1999) Okay, another guilty pleasure. I once had to write an essay about Julia Roberts’ acting on this film. I said it was rubbish because she was just playing herself and I got 95%.

Max: You haven’t slept with her, have you?
William: That is a cheap question and the answer is, of course, no comment.
Max: “No comment” means “yes.”
William: No it doesn’t.
Max: Do you ever masturbate?
William: DEFINITELY no comment.
Max: You see? It means “yes.”

8. High Fidelity (Stephen Frears, 2000) Read my blog description. Enough said.

Barry’s Customer: Hi, do you have the song “I Just Called To Say I Love You?” It’s for my daughter’s birthday.
Barry: Yea we have it.
Barry’s Customer: Great, Great, can I have it?
Barry: No, no, you can’t.
Barry’s Customer: Why not?
Barry: Well, it’s sentimental tacky crap. Do we look like the kind of store that sells I Just Called to Say I Love You? Go to the mall.

9. Before Sunset (Richard Linklater, 2004) I know über-cheesy is the word that works best to describe this film, but I absolutely love it.

Jesse: At least now we don’t have to pretend that each new sexual experience is a life-altering event.
Celine: I know. By now, you know, you’ve stuck it in so many places, it’s like about to fall off.
Jesse: Yeah, you know, and I can’t realistically expect that you’ve become anything but a total ho, at this point.
Celine: Yeah, thank you.

10. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (Michael Gondry, 2004) A bit more dramatic than the rest, but it totally deserves to be here.

Clementine: You married?
Joel: No.
Clementine: Let’s move into this neighborhood!
Joel: I do sorta live with someone though.
Clementine: Male or female?
Joel: What? Female… female…
Clementine: At least I’m not barking up the wrong tree!

 

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2008: 2007 albums that I didn’t listen to until 2008

According to lastfm (how much I rely on that website is starting to frighten me) the album that I listened to the most in 2008 was Nothington’s all in. Here’s a small list of some stuff that was released in 2007 but I didn’t get to listen to until 2008.

Nothington – All In
Haram – Drescher
Paul Baribeau – Grand Ledge
Look Mexico – This Is Animal Music

Happy new year everybody!

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2008: What I’ve been listening to

I have been complaining about end of the year lists for about 2 weeks now, when I realised that it is only now that I’m ready to make a 2007 list, not a year ago. That’s why this year I decided to make a playlist instead. These are not the best songs of 2008 and most of them definitely do not belong to what I consider to be the best albums of the year so far. It’s just a collection of songs released in 2008 that I have enjoyed a lot and listened to compulsively. They’re not meant to be in a certain order.

Off With Their Heads – Self Checkout from From The Bottom
Russian Red – Cigarettes from I Love Your Glasses
Brook Pridemore – Fake Brains from the Ghost Mice/Brook Pridemore split
Life At These Speeds – Younger Monkey from the Life At These Speeds/Thank God split
The Gaslight Anthem – Great Expectations from The 59 Sound
Adorno – Theoretically Driven from the Adorno/End Of A Year split 7″
Algernon Cadwallader – Some Kind Of Cadwallader from their self titled album
The Ergs! – Piltdown Man from That’s It…Bye
Iron Chic – Steel Wall Method from their demo
Sinaloa – Ashes of Giants from Oceans of Islands
The Birds Are Spies, They Report To The Trees – Fixer-Upper from Single Series
The Mountain Goats – Heretic Pride from Heretic Pride
Conor Oberst – Lenders In The Temple from his self titled album
This Bike Is A Pipebomb – Roscoe Arbuckle from Convertible
Mike Hale – Love Is Disappointment from Broken With No Hope
Kids Explode – Ask Me from the 4-way shokei/Petethepiratesquid/The Falcon Five/Kids Explode split
Chris Wollard & The Ship Thieves – Oh Whatever from the self titled album
Tilly And The Wall – Dust Me Off from O
Okkervil River – On Tour With Zykos from The Stand Ins

Bands I’ve listened to the most according to lastfm:
1. The Gaslight Anthem
2. Jawbreaker
3. Braid
4. Defiance, Ohio
5. Mogwai
6. Hot Water Music
7. Nothington
8. The Weakerthans
9. Life at These Speeds
10. Gunmoll
11. Youth Pictures of Florence Henderson
12. Okkervil River
13. Kids Explode
14. Do Make Say Think
15. Lemuria

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2008: What I’ve been reading

Here is a list of every book I’ve finished in 2008 in alphabetical order by author. I translated all the titles into English even though more or less half of these were read in Spanish. I have the terrible habit of reading several books at the same time. The ones marked with an asterisk are the ones I read for university, the rest were pleasure reads. I think I’ve done pretty well.

Anonymous – A Woman in Berlin
Ackroyd, Peter – Hawksmoor *
Allen, Woody – Mere Anarchy
Austen, Jane – Pride and Prejudice
Bacchilega, Christina – Postmodern Fairy Tales. Gender and Narrative Strategies *
Barnes, Julian – A History of the World in 10½ Chapters
Barrie, J. M. – Peter Pan
Beauvoir, Simone de – Memoirs of a Dutiful Daughter
Beckett, Samuel – Waiting for Godot *
Berg, A. Scott – Kate Remembered
Bordwell, David – Narration in the Fiction Film *
Brecht, Bertol – Schweik in the Second World War
Bryson, Bill – Shakespeare: The World as a Stage
Carroll, Lewis – Through the Looking Glass
Cortázar, Julio – Cronopios and Famas
Coupland, Douglas – The Gum Thief
Cresswell, Julia – The Cat’s Pyjamas. The Penguin Book of Clichés
Dickens, Charles – Great Expectations
Faulkner, William – Light in August
Forster, E. M. – A Room with a View
Fowles, John – The French Lieutenant’s Woman *
Friel, Brian – Translations *
Fromm, Erich – To Have or To Be?
Fry, Stephen – Moab Is My Washpot
Hesse, Herman – Beneath the Wheel
Hesse, Herman – Demian
Ibsen, Henrik – A Doll’s House
Joyce, James – Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man *
Kundera, Milan – Identity
Kureishi, Hanif – Midnight all Day
Lodge, David – Changing Places
Marías, Javier – All Souls
Miller, Arthur – Focus
Murakami, Haruki – Kafka on the Shore
Murakami, Haruki – South of the Border, East of the Sun
Murakami, Haruki – Sputnik Sweetheart
Murakami, Haruki – The Wind-up Bird Chronicle
Nabokov, Vladimir – Laughter in the Dark
Odets, Clifford – Waiting for Lefty
Orwell, George – Homage to Catalonia
Palmer, Paulina – Contemporary Women’s Fiction *
Sartre, Jean Paul – Nausea
Schlink,Bernhard – The Reader
Shakespeare, William – Henry V *
Shakespeare, William – MacBeth *
Shakespeare, William – The Sonnets *
Shakespeare, William – The Tempest *
Shakespeare, William – Twelfth Night *
Unamuno, Miguel de – Mist
Waugh, Patricia – Metafiction. The Theory and Practice of Self-conscious Fiction *
Winterson, Jeanette – Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit
Winterson, Jeanette – The Passion *
Woolf, Virginia – A Room of One’s Own

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