Remember To Check These Out

images.jpgNew book titles flow into my computer from online services, bookstores, other readers, travels to my bookcase, and sometimes even my friends, personal or academic. Although it often seems like I am grasping for books to recommend, the reality is probably that I could toss out a dozen suggestions every day and not come close to covering all the good reading out there, whether it’s newly published books or old classics that may have been around for umpteen years and even taught in schools.

Did you know that Joyce’s Ulysses was first published in 1922? That’s old: the centennial is coming up before you know it. And let’s not forget Homer’s epic on a similar topic. Surely you’ve read Ulysses and The Odyssey. If not, consider the two works excellent foundations for an understanding of literature .. and life.

The reading suggestions from March were varied and included quite a few titles I hope to read myself before too long.

03-01-17 – Hourglass — Danilo Kis
03-02-17 – Paradise Reclaimed — Halldor Laxness
03-03-17 – The Evening Road — Laird Hunt
03-04-17 – Selection Day — Aravind Adiga
03-05-17 – Black Mamba Boy — Nadifa Mohamed
03-06-17 – The Portable Veblen: A Novel — Elizabeth Mckenzie
03-07-17 – Reykjavik Nights — Arnaldur Indridason
03-08-17 – Telepathy — Amir Tag Elsir
03-09-17 – The Familiar, Volume 1, One Rainy Day in May — Mark Z. Danielewski
03-10-17 – Rumi’s Secret — Brad Gooch
03-11-17 – The Plot to Hack America: How Putin’s Cyberspies and WikiLeaks Tried to Steal the 2016 Election — Malcolm Nance
03-12-17 – Class — Lucinda Rosenfeld
03-13-17 – Reading Dante: From Here to Eternity — Prue Shaw
03-14-17 – The Art of Literature — Arthur Schopenhauer
03-15-17 – As You Like It — William Shakespeare
03-16-17 – The Schooldays of Jesus — J. M. Coetzee
03-17-17 – Kolymsky Heights — Lionel Davidson
03-18-17 – This Way for the Gas, Ladies and Gentlemen — Tadeusz Borowski
03-19-17 – Get A Grip — Kathy Flann
03-20-17 – The Hunger Angel: A Novel — Herta Müller
03-21-17 – Arthur and Sherlock — Michael Sims
03-22-17 – City of Dreams — Tyler Anbinder
03-23-17 – The Nakano Thrift Shop — Hiromi Kawakami
03-24-17 – High Notes: Selected Writings of Gay Talese — Gay Talese
03-25-17 – Chaos Theories: Poems — Elizabeth Hazen
03-26-17 – The Last Book of Baghdad — Justin Sirois
03-27-17 – Perfect Little World — Kevin Wilson
03-28-17 – The Crisis of the Middle-Class Constitution — Ganesh Sitaraman
03-29-17 – Sleeping on Jupiter: A Novel — Anuradha Roy
03-30-17 – Three Body Problem — Cixin Liu
03-31-17 – The Story of Vicente, Who Murdered His Mother, His Father, and His Sister — Sandra Rodriguez Nieto

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