Read: 2015

Walter Kaufmann, Nietzsche: Philosopher, Psychologist, Antichrist
Virginia Woolf, Jacob’s Room
Tim Parks, Where I’m Reading From
Philippa Comber, Ariadne’s Thread: In Memory of WG Sebald
WG Sebald, Vertigo (trans. Michael Hulse)
WG Sebald, The Emigrants (trans. Michael Hulse)
Ed. Jo Catling and Richard Hibbit, Saturn’s Moons: WG Sebald-A Handbook
WG Sebald, After Nature (trans. Michael Hamburger)
WG Sebald, A Place in the Country (trans. Jo Catling)
The Emergence of Memory: Conversations with WG Sebald
Virginia Woolf, Moments of Being
Alice Oswald, Tithonus, 46 minutes in the life of the dawn
Samuel Pepys, The Diary of Samuel Pepys
Virginia Woolf, The Voyage Out
Denton Welch, Maiden Voyage
Rita Felski, Uses of Literature
Jens Bjørneboe, Moment of Freedom (trans. Esther Greenleaf Murer)
Denton Welch, In Youth is Pleasure
Denton Welch, A Voice Through a Cloud
Denton Welch, The Journals of Denton Welch
Barbara Reynolds, The Passionate Intellect
Ágota Kristóf, The Notebook (trans. Alan Sheridan)
Ágota Kristóf, The Proof (trans. David Watson)
Ágota Kristóf, The Third Lie (trans. Marc Romano)
Simon Critchley, Memory Theatre
Ágota Kristóf, The Illiterate (trans. Nina Bogin)
Eduardo Galeano, Mirrors: Stories of Almost Everyone (trans. Mark Fried)
Barbara Pym, Quartet in Autumn
Rebecca Solnit, Men Explain Things to Me
Bae Suah, Nowhere to Be Found (trans. Sora Kim-Russell)
Pascal Quignard, Abysses (trans. Chris Turner)
Eduardo Galeano, Voices of Time: A Life In Stories (trans. Mark Fried)
Thomas Mann, Doctor Faustus (trans. Helen Lowe-Porter)
Orhan Pamuk, Istanbul: Memories of a City (trans. Maureen Freely)
Max Frisch, Man in the Holocene (trans. Geoffrey Skelton)
Kevin Hart (editor), Nowhere Without No: In Memory of Maurice Blanchot
Claudia Rankine, Citizen: An American Lyric
Marek Bieńczyk, Transparency (trans. Benjamin Paloff)
Han Kang, The Vegetarian (trans. Deborah Smith)
Kathy Acker | McKenzie Wark, I’m very into you (ed. Matias Viegener)
Fleur Jaeggy, SS Proleterka (trans. Alastair McEwen)
Azareen Van der Vliet Oloomi, Fra Keeler
Ullrich Haase and William Large, Maurice Blanchot
The Letters of Samuel Beckett 1941-1956
Ivan Vladislavic, The Loss Library and Other Unfinished Stories
Wolfgang Hilbig, ‘I’ (trans. Isabel Fargo Cole)
Thomas Mann, Railway Accident (trans. Helen Lowe Porter)
Josh Cohen, The Private Life: Our Everyday Self in an Age of Intrusion
Lydia Davis, The End of the Story
Catherine Clément, The Call of the Trance (trans. Chris Turner)
Michel Houellebecq, Submission (trans. Lorin Stein)
Tomas Espedal, Tramp (trans. James Anderson)
Tomas Espedal, Against Art (trans. James Anderson)
Peter Handke, The Afternoon of a Writer (trans. Ralph Mannheim)
Peter Handke, To Duration (trans. Scott Abbott)
Scott Abbott and Darko Radaković, Repetitions
JM Coetzee, Slow Man
JM Coetzee, Diary of a Bad Year
Milan Kundera, Testaments Betrayed: An Essay in Nine Parts (trans. Linda Asher)
Milan Kundera, The Curtain: An Essay in Seven Parts (trans. Linda Asher)
Jessa Crispin, The Dead Ladies Project
Rita Felski, The Limits of Critique
Marguerite Duras, Practicalities (trans. Barbara Bray)
Brigid Brophy, The King of a Rainy Country
Brigid Brophy, Hackenfeller’s Ape
Brigid Brophy, The Finishing Touch
Brigid Brophy, The Snow Ball
Brigid Brophy, Baroque–’n’–Roll
Brigid Brophy, Flesh
Brigid Brophy, Michael Levey, Charles Osborne, Fifty Works of English Literature We Could Do Without
Denton Welch, I Can Remember and Narcissus Bay from Where Nothing Sleeps
William Shakespeare, The Tragedy of Troilus and Cressida
Jack Robinson, by the same author
Enrique Vila-Matas, Bartleby & Co (trans. Jonathan Dunne)
Giorgio Agamben and Monica Ferrando, The Unspeakable Girl (trans. Leland De La Durantaye and Annie Julia Wyman)
*Pascal Quignard, The Roving Shadows (trans. Chris Turner)
Pascal Quignard, Sex and Terror (trans. Chris Turner)
*Pascal Quignard, Abysses (trans. Chris Turner)

2 thoughts on “Read: 2015

  1. Walter Kaufmann’s interpretations of Nietzsche are fantastic. I love the enthusiasm he bring to some of the more dense topics. Existentialism: From Dostoevsky to Sartre is great as well!

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