Tuesday, May 05, 2009

May 1977 books read

Olive Schreiner: The Story of an African Farm
Leo N. Tolstoy: Childhood, Boyhood, Youth
Henry James: What Maisie Knew
John Rowe Townsend: Written for Children
Edith Wharton: The Fruit of the Tree
Lionel Trilling: The Liberal Imagination
Charles Dickens: Hard Times
Nathaniel Hawthorne: The Blithedale Romance
Jane Austen: Persuasion
William Dean Howells: The Vacation of the Kelwyns: An Idyll of the Middle Eighteen-Seventies
Ronald Blythe: Akenfield
Dan Wakefield: All Her Children
Alison Lurie: The War Between the Tates
Mark Vonnegut: The Eden Express

Just how often have I re-read Hard Times? The only edition of What Maisie Knew that I've ever read (and read again) is the Vintage paperback with the Edmund Gorey cover.


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