2009

  1. Geoffrey Household – Rogue Male
  2. Nathanael West – Miss Lonelyhearts
  3. Susan Sontag – Reborn: Early Diaries 1947-1964
  4. Mark Cocker – A Tiger in the Sand: Selected Writings on Nature
  5. Alberto Manguel – The City of Words
  6. James Lasdun – The Horned Man
  7. Haruki Murakami – What I Talk About When I Talk About Running
  8. Patrick Leigh Fermor – A Time of Gifts
  9. Roberto Bolano – The Savage Detectives
  10. Rob Riemen – Nobility of Spirit: A Forgotten Ideal
  11. Halldór Laxness – The Islander
  12. Rainer Maria Rilke – The Notebooks of Malte Lauris Brigge
  13. Francine Prose – Reading Like a Writer
  14. Vladimir Nabokov – Speak, Memory
  15. James Wood – How Fiction Works
  16. Gabriel Zaid – So Many Books
  17. Vladimir Nabokov – Strong Opinions
  18. H. L. Jackson – Marginalia
  19. Peter Adolphsen – Machine
  20. William H. Gass – A Temple of Texts
  21. Plato – Apology
  22. J. G. Ballard – Miracles of Life
  23. James Salter – Light Years
  24. Geoff Dyer – Yoga For People Who Can’t Be Bothered To Do It
  25. Samuel Beckett – Murphy
  26. Jonathan Culler – Literary Theory (A Very Short Introduction)
  27. Robert Twigger – Lost Oasis
  28. Sara Maitland – A Book of Silence
  29. Denis Donoghue – On Eloquence
  30. Dante – The Divine Comedy 1: Inferno
  31. Michael Booth – Sushi and Beyond: What the Japanese Knows about Cooking
  32. Michael Dirda – Book by Book
  33. André Gorz – Letter to D: A Love Story
  34. Thomas Mann – The Magic Mountain
  35. *Jean-Paul Sartre – Nausea
  36. William H. Gass – Finding a Form
  37. Aleksandar Hemon – Love And Obstacles
  38. David Rieff – Swimming in a Sea of Death
  39. Vladimir Nabokov – Pale Fire
  40. Christopher Butler – Postmodernism: A Very Short Introduction
  41. Carlos Fuentes – Diana: The Goddess Who Hunt Alone
  42. J. G. Ballard – The Kindness of Women
  43. Julien Grace – Reading Writing
  44. Geoff Dyer – The Colour of Memory
  45. Geoff Dyer – But Beautiful
  46. W. G. Sebald – Austerlitz
  47. Geoff Dyer – Out of Sheer Rage: Wrestling with D. H. Lawrence
  48. Merlin Coverley – Psychogeography
  49. Geoff Dyer – Anglo-English Attitudes
  50. John Berger – Here is Where We Meet
  51. John Mullan – How Novels Work
  52. Lucy Wadham – The Secret Life of France
  53. Theodore Dalrymple – Our Culture, What’s Left of it: The Mandarins and the Masses
  54. Samuel Beckett – Watt
  55. Ezra Pound – ABC of Reading
  56. Damon Young – Distraction: A Philosopher’s Guide to Being Free
  57. Jane Austen – Pride and Prejudice
  58. John Berger – Photocopies
  59. Anne Carson – The Glass Essay
  60. Ben Goldacre – Bad Science
  61. Simon Critchley – The Book of Dead Philosophers
  62. Rick Gekoski – Outside of a Dog: A Bibliomemoir
  63. Susan Sontag – Where the Stress Falls
  64. Harold Bloom – The Art of Reading Poetry
  65. R. V. Hallberg – Lyric Powers
  66. Geoffrey O’Brien – The Browser’s Ecstasy: A Meditation on Reading
  67. Susan Hill – Howards End is on the Landing
  68. Jane Austen – Emma
  69. Nicholas A. Basbanes – Among the Gently Mad
  70. Thomas Mann – Death in Venice
  71. Cyril Connolly – Enemies of Promise [Parts 1 and 2]
  72. Helen Garner – The Spare Room
  73. Gabriel Josipovici – After & Making Mistakes
  74. Ian C. Ellis – Book Finds
  75. Maggie Nelson – Bluets
  76. Literary Conversations series with Julian Barnes

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