Number 16–The Book List

This is going to take all of the remaining time, I’m sure…Obviously, if there’s a strike-through, it has been completed at the present time.

  1. Little Women, L.M.Alcott
  2. Eichmann in Jerusalem, H.Arrendt
  3. The Post-Colonial Reader, B. Ashcroft
  4. Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, “Austen”
  5. Panache Literaire, Baker
  6. Pere Goriot, Balzac
  7. Buried Alive, Bennett
  8. IBM and the Holocaust, E. Black
  9. Out of Africa, K. Blixen
  10. The Savage Detectives, R.Bolano
  11. An Investigation of the Laws of Thought, G. Boole
  12. The Discoverers, D. Boorstein
  13. Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee, D.Brown
  14. Journey to the End of the Night, Celine
  15. Poirot Investigates, A. Christie
  16. The Nigger of the Narcissus, Conrad
  17. The Rescue, Conrad
  18. The Last of the Mohicans, Cooper
  19. Brief History of Physical Science, J. Cramer
  20. How Alien would Aliens Be?, J. Cramer
  21. The Christmas Stories, Dickens
  22. The Old Curiosity Shop, Dickens
  23. Around the Fire Stories, A.C.Doyle
  24. The Complete Sherlock Holmes, A.C. Doyle
  25. Baudolino, U.Eco
  26. Foucault’s Pendulum, U.Eco
  27. L.A. Confidential, J. Ellroy
  28. Cimarron, E. Ferber
  29. So Big, E.Ferber
  30. Tom Jones, Fielding
  31. 200 Great American Short Stories, Foley (editor)
  32. The Beach, Garland
  33. Five Comedies from the Italian Renaissance, Giannetti
  34. Genius, J.Gleick
  35. Far from the Madding Crowd, Hardy
  36. A Farewell to Arms, Hemingway
  37. Steppenwolf, Hesse
  38. The Portable Athiest, C.Hitchens
  39. Godel Escher Bach, S. Hofstadter
  40. A Thousand Splendid Suns, K.Hosseini
  41. Einstein, W.Isaacson
  42. Dubliners, Joyce
  43. Ulysses, Joyce
  44. The United States of Arugula, D.Kamp
  45. The Jungle Book, Kiplin
  46. IV, Klosterman
  47. The Essays of Elia, C.Lamb
  48. Selected Literary Criticism of D.H.Lawrence
  49. The Great Divorce, C.S.Lewis
  50. The Warrant for X, P.MacDonald
  51. The Prince, Machiavelli
  52. Le Morte d’Arthur, Malory
  53. Life of Pi, Martel
  54. Christmas Holiday, S.Maugham
  55. The Short Stories of Somerset Maugham
  56. Un Vie, Maupassant
  57. Cesar’s Way, C.Millan
  58. Paradise Lost, Milton
  59. The Adventures of Baron Munchausen
  60. A Beautiful Mind, S.Nasar
  61. Norton Anthology of American Literature Volume 1
  62. Norton Anthology of American Literature Volume 2
  63. Starting and Running a Profitable Investment Club, O’Hara&Janke
  64. The Penguin Book of Renaissance Verse
  65. Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance, R.Pirsig
  66. Republic, Plato
  67. Ship of Fools, K.A.Porter
  68. Pyramids, T.Pratchett
  69. Qur’an
  70. Pere Marquette, Repplier
  71. The Rest is Noise, A.Ross
  72. Cyrano de Bergerac, E.Rostand
  73. Emile ou de l’education, Rousseau
  74. Introduction to Mathematical Philosophy, B.Russell
  75. Abraham Lincoln: The War Years, C.Sandburg
  76. Ivanhoe, W.Scott
  77. Rob Roy, W.Scott
  78. On the Beach, N.Shute
  79. Quo Vadis, H.Sienkiewicz
  80. Taking Sides, Silfe
  81. Dracula, Stoker
  82. The Novels of A.C. Swinburns
  83. Monsieur Beaucaire, B.Tarkington
  84. Vanity Fair, Thackeray
  85. The Way We Live Now, Trollope
  86. Collected Short Stories of Turgenev
  87. The Great Mathematicians, Turnbull
  88. The Innocents Abroad, Twain
  89. Life on the Mississippi, Twain
  90. Rabbit Redux, Updike
  91. The Bureau and the Mole, Vise
  92. Lettres Philosophiques, Voltaire
  93. Infinite Jest, D.F.Wallace
  94. The Collected Works of Evelyn Waugh
  95. Picture of Dorian Gray, O.Wilde
  96. To the Lighthouse, Woolf
  97. The Poems of Wordsworth
  98. The Story of Edgar Sawtelle, Wroblewski
  99. People’s History of the United States, Zinn

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