Reading now

Past Reading

What I have read recently

Current Reading

As of 9 April 2017

The Books in My Life, by Henry Miller

The Grapes of Wrath, by John Steinbeck

Symmetry, by Hermann Weyl


Hamlet in Iceland, being the Icelandic romantic Ambales saga, edited and translated with extracts from five Ambales rimur and other illustrative texts, for the most part now first printed, and an introductory essay, by Israel Gollancz

A Medieval Storybook, selected and edited by Morris Bishop

Spukgeschichten und Märchen, by E.T.A. Hoffmann

The Complete Works of Isaac Babel, edited by Nathalie Babel, translated with notes by Peter Constantine, introduction by Cynthia Ozick

Best-Loved Folktales of the World, selected and with an introduction by Joanna Cole, illustrated by Jill Karla Schwarz

Folktales of Norway, edited by Reidar Christiansen, translated by Pat Shaw Iversen, foreword by Richard M. Dorson

Folktales of Hungary, edited by Linda Dégh, translated by Judit Halász, foreword by Richard M. Dorson

Broken Buddha: Stories You Can Dance To, by Meg Barnhouse

The Knowledge Most Worth Having, edited by Wayne C. Booth

Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God, and Other Puritan Sermons, by Jonathan Edwards and Others, [edited by David Dutkanicz]

Fragile Things: Short Fictions and Wonders, by Neil Gaiman

History of Rochelle and Flagg Township, Illinois: Ten Historical Articles, by Franklin Kruger

Ongoing/Iterative/Sporadic/Always on the Nightstand

As of 23 July 2013

Holy Bible, Authorized or King James Version

The Waste Land and Other Poems, by T.S. Eliot

The Old Farmer’s Almanac [current year], by Robert B. Thomas

The Devious Book for Cats, by Fluffy & Bonkers

The Collected Poems of Dylan Thomas, 1934-1952, by Dylan Thomas

What’s Next?

Some things I might read someday if I live long enough and can’t think of anything better to do

From the Library

What I have checked out from the Clarksburg Library


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