Reading Matter: July – December 2005

Ian McEwan, Atonement
Jonathan Franzen, The Twenty Seventh City
Todd Swift, Monsieur Pigeon’s Best Machine
Ku Sang, Eternity Today
Ko Un, Ten Thousand Lives
Simon Armitage, Kid
Clive Hamilton & Richard Denniss, Affluenza
Bruce Cumings, Korea’s Place In the Sun: A Modern History
Ntozake Shange, for colored girls who have
†††††considered suicide/ when the rainbow is enuf

Ha Jin, War Trash
Paul Auster, The New York Trilogy
Dai Griffiths, OK Computer
J. Niimi, Murmur
Elliot Perlman, Seven Types of Ambiguity
Yang Gui-Ja, Contradictions
Pat Frank, Alas, Babylon
Bruce Chatwin, The Songlines
Italo Calvino, Invisible Cities
William Faulkner, The Wild Palms
Shin Kyong-Nim, Farmers’ Dance
Terry Eagleton, Marxism and Literary Criticism
Tony Tanner, Thomas Pynchon
Walden Bello, Deglobalisation
Italo Calvino, Difficult Loves
Pierre Bourdieu, The Field of Cultural Production
Phillip K. Dick, The Man In the High Castle
Jonathan Franzen, Strong Motion
Haruki Murakami, Dance Dance Dance
Mikhail Bulgakov, The Master and Margarita
Flann O’Brien, The Best of Myles
Thomas Pynchon, Vineland

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