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Literature

Right-o Reads:

  • ATONEMENT, Ian McEwan
  • BRIDGE TO TERABITHIA, Katherine Paterson
  • THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA When I read THE LION, THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE last year, I cried.
  • CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF MEATBALLS
  • A CONFEDERACY OF DUNCES, John Kennedy Toole.
  • THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME, Mark Haddon.
  • DRACULA Scared the bejeebers out of me one dark and stormy night in the middle of nowhere.
  • THE ELEVENTH HOUR
  • ETHAN FROME
  • FLOWERS IN THE ATTIC Who doesn’t have fond memories of friends reading aloud the passages of this book on the back of the bus during field trips?
  • THE GREAT GATSBY
  • GIRL WITH A PEARL EARRING
  • GUNS, GERMS AND STEEL
  • HOMECOMING
  • INTO THE WILD Nature teaches man a thing or two about hubris.
  • LOLITA
  • THE LORD OF THE RINGS
  • THE NOONDAY DEMON This book quite comprehensibly explores depression from many angles, including culturally, socially, medically, prescriptionally and historically. An excellent resource .
  • ON THE ROAD I thought that I would hate this oft-referenced exercise in “misogyny” but its ambling spirit recalled fond memories of traveling for traveling and American sub-sub-cultures.
  • OUR DUMB WORLD, The Onion.
  • THE RAINBOW GOBLINS
  • THE ROAD
  • SAILING ALONE AROUND THE ROOM This sublime poetry collection by the magnificent Billy Collins is the only lasting remnant of a relationship gone awry. I will be forever grateful for ingesting these funny and beautiful words.
  • A TREE GROWS IN BROOKLYN
  • TUCK EVERLASTING
  • UNDER THE BANNER OF HEAVEN
  • WATERSHIP DOWN
  • WEEKLY WORLD NEWS, magazine.  Why did you have to leave me, Batboy?
  • WHERE THE RED FERN GROWS
  • WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE
  • WUTHERING HEIGHTS Overcome the hoity-toity banter and get to the maid-slapping good stuff. Whoa, there’s some messed up necrophiliacs running around the English countryside.
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