1. Benoît Peeters, Derrida A Biography, trans. Andrew Brown
  2. JM Coetzee, Waiting for Barbarians
  3. Jacques Derrida, Learning to Live Finally (The Last Interview), trans. P Brault and M Naas
  4. JM Coetzee, Life and Times of Michael K
  5. Kate Zambreno, Green Girl
  6. Duncan Fallowell, How to Disappear
  7. David Shields, How literature saved my life
  8. Amélie Nothomb, Life Form, trans. Alison Anderson
  9. Fyodor Dostoevsky, Notes From Underground, trans. Pevear/Volokhonsky
  10. Roberto Calasso, La Folie Baudelaire, trans. Alastair McEwen
  11. Martin Lings, Muhammad: his life based on the earliest sources
  12. Mahmoud Darwish, In the Presence of Absence, trans. Sinan Antoon
  13. Sven Lindqvist, Desert Divers, trans. Joan Tate
  14. ^Michel Foucault, Self Writing, trans. Robert Hurley and others
  15. Janet Bennett, The Enchantment of Modern Life: attachments, crossings, and ethics
  16. Jane Bennett, Vibrant Matter: a political ecology of things
  17. Kate Zambreno, Toilet Bowl: some notes on why I write
  18. JM Coetzee, Foe
  19. Pierre Hadot, Philosophy as a way of life, trans. Michael Chase
  20. Pierre Hadot, The Present Alone is Our Happiness, trans. Marc Djaballah
  21. Anne Carson, Plainwater
  22. Katherine Angel, Unmastered: A Book On Desire, Most Difficult To Tell
  23. Alexander Nehamas, The Art of Living: Socratic Reflections from Plato to Foucault
  24. Rachel Kushner, The Flamethrowers
  25. JM Coetzee, Age of Iron
  26. Reiner Stach, Kafka: The Years of Insight, trans. Shelley Frisch
  27. Olivia Laing, The Trip to Echo Spring
  28. JM Coetzee, The Master of Petersburg
  29. Philip Roth, Goodbye, Columbus
  30. Dirk Van Huile and Mark Nixon, Samuel Beckett’s Library
  31. James Knowlson, Damned to Fame: The Life of Samuel Beckett
  32. Anne Atik, How It Was: A Memoir of Samuel Beckett
  33. ^Oscar Wilde, Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime
  34. ^Oscar Wilde, The Canterville Ghost
  35. ^Oscar Wilde, Poems in Prose
  36. Samuel Beckett, The Letters 1929-1940
  37. ^Harold Bloom, The Art of Reading Poetry
  38. Christopher Ricks, Beckett’s Dying Words
  39. Marlen Haushofer, The Loft
  40. Marlin Haushofer, The Wall
  41. Sven Lindqvist, The Myth of Wu Tao-Tau
  42. Sven Lindqvist, ‘Exterminate All the Brutes’
  43. Christa Wolf, Cassandra, trans. Jan Van Heurck
  44. Pascale Casanova, Samuel Beckett: Anatomy of a Literary Revolution
  45. Christa Wolf, Conditions of a Narrative: Cassandra, trans. Jan Van Heurck
  46. Christa Wolf, Medea, trans. John Cullen
  47. Homer, The Iliad, trans. Robert Fagles
  48. David Markson, Reader’s Block
  49. Charles Juliet, Conversations with Samuel Beckett and Bram van Velde, trans: Axel Nesme, Janey Tucker
  50. *Anne Carson, Plainwater
  51. Micheline Aharonian Marcom, A Brief History of Yes
  52. Pierre Hadot, Plotinus or the Simplicity of Vision, trans. Michael Chase
  53. Clarice Lispector, Near to the Wild Heart, trans. Alison Entrain
  54. Hermione Lee, Virginia Woolf’s Nose: Essays on Biography
  55. Hélène Cixous, Three Steps on the Ladder of Writing, trans. Susan Sellers, Sarah Cornell
  56. Christa Wolfe: The Writer’s Dimension: Selected Essays, trans. Heike Schwarzbauer, Rick Takvorian and Jan van Heurck
  57. Clarice Lispector, A Breath of Life, trans. Johnny Lore
  58. Mahmoud Darwish, A River Dies of Thirst: A Diary, trans. Catherine Cobham
  59. Alice Oswald, Memorial
  60. Marina Tsvetaeva, Bride of Ice: New Selected Poems, trans Elaine Feinstein
  61. Ryszard Kapuściński, Travels with Herodotus, trans. Klara Glowczewska

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