2010

  1. *Julian Barnes – The Lemon Table
  2. Virginia Woolf – Mrs. Dalloway
  3. Michael Cunningham – The Hours
  4. Virginia Woolf – A Writer’s Diary
  5. Myra Davey – The Problem of Reading
  6. Virginia Woolf – To the Lighthouse
  7. Lewis Buzbee – The Yellow-Lighted Bookshop
  8. J. M. Coetzee – Boyhood: Scenes From a Provincial Life
  9. J. M. Coetzee – Youth: Scenes From a Provincial Life II
  10. J. M. Coetzee – Summertime
  11. Aldo Buzzi – A Weakness for Almost Everything
  12. Patrick Leigh Fermor – A Time to Keep Silence
  13. Michael Dirda – Readings
  14. Cyril Connolly – The Unquiet Grave – A Word Cycle by Palinurus
  15. Yin Li – The Vagrants
  16. Virginia Woolf – The Waves
  17. Rick Gekoski – Tolkien’s Gown
  18. Alberto Manguel – A Reader on Reading
  19. Anne Michaels – Fugitive Pieces
  20. David Shields – Reality Hunger: A Manifesto
  21. Zadie Smith – Changing My Mind
  22. Franz Kafka – Letter to my Father (trans. Howard Colyer)
  23. Louis Begley – Kafka: The Tremendous World I Have Inside My Head
  24. Franz Kafka – The Trial
  25. David Shields –The Thing About Life is That One Day You’ll Be Dead
  26. Adam Thirlwell – Politics
  27. David Foster Wallace – This is Water
  28. Tom McCarthy – Remainder
  29. Penelope Fitzgerald – The Blue Flower
  30. John Williams – Stoner
  31. Michael Alexander (trans.) – The First Poems in English
  32. Albert C. Baugh and Thomas Cable – A History of the English Language (sections I, II, III)
  33. Robert D. Richardson – First We Read, Then we Write: Emerson on the Creative Process
  34. Seamus Heaney – Beowulf
  35. ^Jorge Luis Borges – ‘Death and the Compass,’ *’The South,’ ‘The Dead Man,’ *’Funes, The Memories’
  36. Aristotle – Poetics
  37. Philip Larkin – Collected Poems
  38. ^Umberto Eco – ‘The Poetics and Us,’ ‘Borges and My Anxiety of Influence.’
  39. Edith Grossman – Why Translation Matters
  40. Cervantes – Don Quixote (trans. Edith Grossman)
  41. ^*Jorge Luis Borges – The Library of Babel
  42. Stevie Smith – Selected Poems
  43. Leonard Woolf – Growing: an Autobiography of the Years 1904 to 1911
  44. Vladimir Nabokov – Despair
  45. David Pierce – Reading Joyce
  46. *James Joyce – A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
  47. James Joyce – Ulysses
  48. Declan Kiberd – Ulysses and Us: The Art of Everyday Living
  49. Jean-Patrick Machete – Three to Kill
  50. Honoré de Balzac – Treatise on Elegant Living
  51. Sarah Hall – How to Paint a Dead Man
  52. James Joyce – Dubliners
  53. Louis Begley – Why the Dreyfus Affair Matters
  54. Gabriel Josipovici – The Singer on the Shore
  55. Gabriel Josipovici – What Ever Happened to Modernism?
  56. Virginia Woolf – The Common Reader Vol.1
  57. *Franz Kafka – Dearest Father (trans. Hannah and Richard Stokes)
  58. ^Maurice Blanchot – Orpheus’ Gaze
  59. Gabriel Josipovici – The Lessons of Modernism
  60. Gabriel Josipovici – Touch
  61. Dag Solstad – Shyness and Dignity
  62. Dag Solstad – Novel 11, Book 18
  63. Gabriel Josipovici – Writing and the Body
  64. ^Edgar Allan Poe – The Pit and the Pendulum
  65. *Franz Kafka – The Castle
  66. Simon Critchley – Continental Philosophy – A Very Short Introduction
  67. Andrei Codrescu – The Poetry Lesson
  68. Saul Bellow – Dangling Man
  69. *Gustave Flaubert – Madame Bovary (trans. Lydia Davis)
  70. Hugh Kenner – Flaubert, Joyce and Beckett: The Stoic Comedians
  71. Naomi Klein – The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism
  72. Saul Bellow – The Victim
  73. Marguerite Duras – The Malady of Death
  74. Ričardas Gavelis – Vilnius Poker
  75. Max Brod – Franz Kafka: A Biography

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