My 2011 Reading List

This mostly represents my reading from April through December, as I didn’t read much the first three months of the year. (I spent March writing a 928-page book of my own.)

Antoine de Saint-Exupery–The Little Prince

Bill C. James–Jim Miller: The Untold Story of a Texas Badman

Glenn Shirley–Shotgun For Hire: The Story of “Deacon” Jim Miller, Killer of Pat Garrett

W. G. Sebald–Austerlitz

John Fante–Ask The Dust

Knut Hamsum–Hunger

Knut Hamsun–Dreamers

Christopher Isherwood–Christopher and His Kind

Christopher Isherwood–A Meeting By The River

Christopher Isherwood–Mr. Norris Changes Trains

Christopher Isherwood–Good-Bye To Berlin

Christopher Isherwood–Prater Violet

John Fante–The Brotherhood of the Grape

Aldous Huxley–Crome Yellow

Evelyn Waugh–The Loved One

Julia Child–My Life in France

E. M. Forster–Where Angels Fear To Tread

Dore Ashton–About Rothko

Caroline Seebohm–Boca Rococo: How Addison Mizner Invented Florida’s Gold Coast

Evelyn Waugh–Vile Bodies

Christopher Isherwood–Lions and Shadows

Kurt Vonnegut–Deadeye Dick

Philip K. Dick–Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?

Kurt Vonnegut–A Man Without A Country

Dorothy L. Sayers–Clouds of Witness

Saul Bellow–Ravelstein

Nancy Horan–Loving Frank

Adam Bertocci–Two Gentlemen of Lebowski

E. L. Doctorow–Homer & Langley

Erle Stanley Gardner–The Case of the Lame Canary

Kurt Vonnegut–While Mortals Sleep

Zane Gray–The Fugitive Trail

Marguerite Duras–Writing

Aldous Huxley–Along The Road

Hilaire Belloc–At the Sign of the Lion

Erle Stanley Gardner–The Case of the Fabulous Fake

Dorothy L. Sayers–The Unpleasantness at the Bellona Club

Denton Welch–A Voice Through A Cloud

Helene Cixous–Dream I Tell You

G. K. Chesterton–As I Was Saying

Kurt Vonnegut–Look At The Birdie

Yunte Huang–Charlie Chan: The Untold Story of the Honorable Detective and His Rendezvous with American History

Ian Fleming–Doctor No

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