Booklist

I now have one of the five artists books that I made in The Tate Gallery special archive of artists books along with all the other artists books that artists have made and The Tate Gallery have acquired and thought worthy to add through their history.

Link  to my artists book in The Tate special archive of artists books

It is suppose to be a permanent link supplied by the Tate but seems to sometimes say expired... Not so permanent then... That is The Tate no me...

Where should I start with the books on dinosaurs, fossils and history from when I was 5 or 6, they were not just picture books but books with pictures and full of writing, in fact the one on fossils was mostly writing my parents bought them for me, birthday and Christmas. The history were from a set of encyclopaedias, though I read the history mainly; ancient Greek and Egyptian, of course a lot of the myths from these ancient cultures as well. Or later when 9 my mothers books of poems, then they were sets with most of the poets through history, though mostly British poets, so British poets through history. But then maybe start later when I started reading fiction, at around 12 years old, one of my brothers had boxes of books and more on shelves, in the large double room we shared. So there I think, so it would probably have to start with Sartre, though what follows in the lists is in no particular order, either chronologically ( when I read them) or by personal preference. Sartre first though because him and Camus I think I read first. Now beginning I realise what a cyclopean task this is as I have read 10,000's books in my life, so I will add this now and continually add books to it as I remember more, titles or authors and then work out what I have read by them. I have known many people that have read many books, but apart from a few that have read them and memorised some parts, they may lecture or write, but they do not understand them, it is like Einstein's 'Theory of Relativity' easy to read, understand the words, I am sure lots of people can do the math, but truly understanding his concepts well apparently not many people do, though they think they do, let me put it this way, to really understand Einstein's 'Theory of Relativity' and it's permutations maybe you have a brain at least halfway as intelligent as Einstein's. I am sure Stephen Hawking does, and various people like him, no I am not saying Stephen Hawking is half as intelligent as Einstein. Just to give you an idea of what I am trying to convey. Of course many people would argue if you can read the words and do the math of Einstein's 'Theory of Relativity' you do understand it, I would beg to differ, as with theory any kind when you 'absorb' it and understand it, it alters the way you think, it opens the mind, the world of possibilities, ideas concepts. I am not saying I 'understand' Einstein's 'Theory of Relativity' by the way, though I can read the words and should be able to do the math though my math is a bit rusty at the moment.

"I am the wisest man alive, for I know one thing, and that is that I know nothing."
Socrates

Not that he knew nothing but was intelligent enough to know how little he knew and of what he knew how much he really understood or did not.

“Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand.”

Albert Einstein

I would say imagination, knowledge, a conceptual framework and philosophical framework more akin to Einstein's, many people have knowledge and many people have imagination, not many have Einstein's engagement with the world of ideas, the pure joy of ideas, concepts and the wonder to explore the universe. Why Einstein was so rare, though there have been others through history and will be again. Leonardo da Vinci for one.

There is a great scene from one of the Star Trek films, Mccoy asks Spock what is it like to die, Spock replies he can not discuss the concept with Mccoy because Mccoy has not, Mccoy says what you mean I have to die to talk to you about what it is like to die ?

(This is not verbatim, I have looked it up and quoted the piece of dialogue on my Quotations page)

Reference points, ways of thinking, the worlds of possibilities

Since I am writing a booklist, my poetry book on iBooks

My photography book on iBooks; My photography iBook

Enjoy the booklist.

 

The Age of Reason
 

The Reprieve
 

Iron in the Soul

Nausea

No Exit

Being And Nothingness

(though only parts & various essays of 'Being And Nothingness')

The Philosophy of Jean Paul Sartre

by

Jean Paul Sartre

Penguin classics edition with the Picasso painting covers

 

The Stranger

The Plague

The Fall

The Rebel

The Myth Of Sisyphus and other essays

The Albert Camus Collection

by

Albert Camus

 

The Iliad

The Odyssey

By

Homer

Translated to prose by E.V.Rieu

 

The Golden Ass

by

Asinus Aureus

 

A Wizard of Earthsea

The Tombs of Atuan

The Farthest Shore

Tehanu

Rocannon's World

Planet of Exile

City of Illusions

The Left Hand of Darkness

The Dispossessed

The Word for World Is Forest

The Lathe of Heaven

The Wind's Twelve Quarters

Orsinian Tales

The Eye of the Heron

The Compass Rose
by
Ursula K. Le Guin

 

Gulliver's Travel

A Tale of a Tub

by

Jonathan Swift

 

The Trial

The Castle

The Metamorphosis

by

Franz Kafka

 

The Order Of Things

The Archaeology Of Knowledge

by

Michel Foucalt

 

Steppenwolf

by

Hermann Hesse

 

Wuthering Heights

by

Emily Brontë

 

The Name Of The Rose

Foucault's Pendulum

The Open Work

Misreadings

Travels in Hyperreality (Faith in Fakes)

by

Umberto Eco

 

Mythologies

Camera Lucida

Image-Music-Text

A Lover's Discourse: Fragments

The Rustle Of Langauge

by

Roland Barthes

 
 

If On A Winter's Night A Traveler

Invisible Cities

Cosmicomics

by

Italo Calvino

 

More Pricks Than Kicks

Molloy


Malone Dies

The Unnamable

Watt

might have read 'Murphy' as well

Selected Plays

by
Samuel Beckett

 

The Alchemist

by

Paulo Coelho

 

The Teachings of Don Juan: A Yaqui Way of Knowledge

A Separate Reality

Journey to Ixtlan

Tales of Power

by
Carlos Castaneda

 

On Photography

Against Interpretation

Styles Of Radical Will

Regarding The Pain Of Others

by

Susan Sontag

 
 

One Hundred Years of Solitude

Love in the Time of Cholera

Of Love and Other Demons

No One Writes to the Colonel

 

by
Gabriel García Márquez

 

Jane Eyre

by

Charlotte Brontë

 

 
The Postmodern Condition: A Report on Knowledge

The Differend

The Postmodern Explained to Children

The Inhuman: Reflections on Time

by

Jean-Francois Lyotard

 

The Shadow Of The Wind

by

Carlos Ruiz Zafón

 

Cool Memories

Simulacra and Simulation

The Mirror of Production

Seduction

Fatal Strategies

Simulations

America

The Ecstasy of Communication

The Transparency of Evil

by

Jean Baudrillard

 

Catcher In The Rye

by

J. D. Salinger

 

Poems

by

T S Eliot

 

Ethics

by

Spinoza

 

Witch World
Web of the Witch World
Three Against the Witch World
Warlock of the Witch World
Sorceress of the Witch World
Trey of Swords
Ware Hawk
The Gate of the Cat
Year of the Unicorn
The Crystal Gryphon
The Jargoon Pard
Zarsthor's Bane
Gryphon In Glory
Lore Of The Witch World
Spell Of The Witch World
Horn Crown
Flight of Vengeance
On Wings Of Magic
Storms Of Victory
The Key of the Keplian
The Magestone
The Warding of Witch World
The Gifts of Asti

By

Andre Norton

 

Chrome Yellow

Brave New World

The Doors Of Perception, Heaven and Hell

Those Barren Leaves

Eyeless In Gaza

Point Counter Point

Island

by

Aldous Huxley

 

Fantasy: The Literature of Subversion

by

Rosemary Jackson

 

Tess of the d'Urbervilles

Under the Greenwood Tree

The Woodlanders

Far from the Madding Crowd

The Return of the Native

The Mayor of Casterbridge

Life's Little Ironies

The Trumpet Major

Jude the Obscure

by

Thomas Hardy

 

In Praise of Idleness

The Problems of Philosophy

Why I am Not a Christian

The Analysis of Mind

by

Bertrand Russell

 

Paul Klee Notebooks

by

Paul Klee

 

Love Among The Artists

The Adventures of The Black Girl In Her Search For God

by

George Bernard Shaw

 

Interpreting Contemporay Art

Edited by

 

Stephen Bann & William Allen

 

Cider With Rosie

As I Walked Out One Midsummer Morning

by

Laurie Lee

 

The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction

One-Way Street and Other Writings

Illuminations

by

Walter Benjamin

The Dialectics of Seeing: Walter Benjamin and the Arcades Project

by

Walter Benjamin unfinished project by Susan Buck-Morss

 

Tender Is The Night

The Beautiful And The Damned

This Side of Paradise

The Great Gatsby

The Love of the Last Tycoon

(And various short stories and some of his letters)

Who is my favourite American writer of fiction

by

F. Scott Fitzgerald

One thing that amazes me, F. Scott Fitzgerald never won an award, then I think that says more about awards and prizes in general than F. Scott Fitzgerald. Especially when you look at the writers that have won the Pulitzer Prize and even the Nobel Prize. A number of whom I have read, the prize winners that is some are fabulous many are decidedly mediocre. Not hat this phenomenon is restricted to those prizes, the Booker Prize could have the same said of it. As could not just literary prizes but prizes in general;  visual arts etc.

 

The Republic

Apology

various other texts

by

Plato

 

Titus Groan

Gormenghast

Titus Alone

by

Mervyn Peake

 

The Truth in Painting

Writing and Difference

Of Grammatology

by

Jacques Derrida

 

Keep The Aspidistra Flying

The Road To Wigan Pier

Nineteen Eighty-Four

Animal Farm

by

George Orwell

 

Babel 17

The Einstein Intersection

Nova

Stars In My Pockets Like Grains of Sand

Dhalgren

The Jewels of Aptor

Triton

Tales of Neveryon

Neveryona

Flight From Neveryon

Return To Neveryon

by

Samuel R. Delany

 

More Than Human

by

Theodore Sturgeon

 

The Second Sex

by

Simone de Beauvoir

Have read a theory book by Julia Kristeva but longtime ago so still trying to remember

might be Black Sun

 

The Cherry Orchard

will add more as I remember

by

Anton Chekhov

 

The Prince

Discourses On The First Decade of Titus Livius

by

Niccolo Machiavelli

 

The Fall of The House of Usher

The Masque of The Red Death

The Pit And The Pendulum

The Tell-Tale Heart

The Premature Burial

Eleonara

The Murder In The Rue Morgue

Narrative of A.Gordon Pym

The Raven

Eldorado

Tamerlane

Elenore

by

Edgar Allan Poe

Though I have read all his prose and most of his poetry and other things, but a sample

 

Foundation

Foundation And Empire

Second Foundation

I, Robot

The Caves of Steel

The Naked Sun

The Stars, Like Dust

By

Isaac Asimov

 

Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus

By

Ludwig Wittgenstein

 

The Four Fundamentals of Psychoanalysis

Écrits

by

Jacques Lacan

 

The Chronicles of Morgaine

Exile's Gate

Fortress in the Eye of Time

Fortress of Eagles

Fortress of Owls

Fortress of Dragons

Fortress of Ice

Downbelow Station

Merchanter's Luck

Rimrunners

Heavy Time

Hellburner

Tripoint

Finity's End

Serpent's Reach

Forty Thousand in Gehenna

Cyteen

The Paladin

The Pride of Chanur

Chanur's Venture

The Kif Strike Back

Chanur's Homecoming

Chanur's Legacy

The Faded Sun Trilogy

Angel with the Sword

Port Eternity

Voyager in Night

Cuckoo's Egg

Brothers of Earth

Hunter of Worlds

by

C. J. Cherryh

 

On The Museum's Ruins

by

Douglas Crimp

 

Destiny Doll

by

Clifford D. Simak

 

Frankenstein Unbound

Helliconia Spring

Helliconia Summer

Helliconia Winter

by

Brian Aldiss

 

The City and the Stars

2001: A Space Odyssey

2010: Odyssey Two

2061: Odyssey Three

Rendezvous with Rama

The Songs of Distant Earth

by

Arthur C. Clarke

 

The Golden Bough

by

James George Frazer

 

Supernature

by

Lyall Watson

 

Sigmund Freud various texts

by

Sigmund Freud

 

Time Enough for Love

Stranger in a Strange Land

Glory Road

I Will Fear No Evil

by

Robert A. Heinlein

 

Sister Alice

by

Robert Reed

 

Elric of Melniboné
The Dreaming City
The Stealer of Souls
Stormbringer
Elric: The Sailor on the Seas of Fate
The Vanishing Tower
Elric At The End Of Time
Elric: The Sleeping Sorceress
Elric: The Revenge of The Rose
Elric: The Fortress of The Pearl
Elric of Melniboné And Other Stories
Son of The Wolf
The Quest For Tanelorn
The Champion of Garathorm
Count Brass
The Runestaff
The Sword of Dawn
The Jewel In The Skull
The Knight of Swords
The Queen of Swords
The King of Swords
The Bull and the Spear
The Oak and the Ram
The Sword and the Stallion
The Mad God’s Amulet
Behold the Man
The Ice Schooner
The Black Corridor
The Distant Suns
An Alien Heat
The Hollow Lands
The End of All Songs
The Final Programme
A Cure for Cancer
The English Assassin
The Condition of Muzak
The Adventures of Una Persson and Catherine Cornelius in the 20th Century
The Entropy Tango
The Dreamthief's Daughter
The Skrayling Tree
The White Wolf's Son
Destiny’s Brother

by

Michael Moorcock

 

Mille Plateaux

Nomadology: The War Machine

by

Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari

 

Don Quixote

by

Miguel de Cervantes

 

Neuromancer

Count Zero

by

William Gibson

 

Naked Lunch

The Ticket That Exploded

by

William S. Burroughs

 

Sundiver

Startide Rising

The Uplift War

Brightness Reef

Infinity's Shore

Heaven's Reach

The Practice Effect

The Postman

by

David Brin

 

Shikasta

The Marriages Between Zones Three, Four and Five

The Sirian Experiments

The Making of the Representative for Planet 8

The Sentimental Agents in the Volyen Empire

The Grass Is Singing

Briefing for a Descent into Hell

by

Doris Lessing

 

The Shadow of the Torturer

The Claw of the Conciliator

The Sword of the Lictor

The Citadel of the Autarch

Soldier of the Mist

The Urth of the New Sun

by

Gene Wolfe

 

The Divine Comedy

by

Dante Alighieri

 

Fahrenheit 451

The Illustrated Man

The Martian Chronicles

Something Wicked This Way Comes

by

Ray Bradbury

 

The Drowned World

The Drought

Crash

The Wind from Nowhere

Empire of The Sun

The Crystal World

The Atrocity Exhibition

Concrete Island

High Rise

The Unlimited Dream Company

Hello America

The Terminal Beach

The Day of Forever

The Overloaded Man

The Disaster Area

Vermilion Sands

The Day of Creation

Cocaine Nights

Low-Flying Aircraft and Other Stories

The Venus Hunters

The Voices of Time

Myths of the Near Future

by

J. G. Ballard

 

The Birth of Venus

by

Sarah Dunant

 

Magician

Silverthorn

A Darkness at Sethanon

by

Raymond E. Feist

Daughter of the Empire

Servant of the Empire

Mistress of the Empire

Raymond E. Feist & Janny Wurts

 

Curse of the Mistwraith

Ships of Merior

Warhost of Vastmark

Fugitive Prince

Grand Conspiracy

Peril's Gate

Traitor's Knot

Stormed Fortress

Initiate's Trial

Stormwarden

Keeper of the Keys

Shadowfane

by

Janny Wurts

 

Tao Te Ching

(The Way)

by

Lao-Tzu

 

The Handmaid's Tale

by

Margaret Atwood

 

Robinson Crusoe

by

Daniel Defoe

 

Last and First Men

by

Olaf Stapledon

 

Spirit Gate

Shadow Gate

Traitor's Gate

by

Kate Elliott

 

The Three Musketeers

Twenty Years After

The Count of Monte Cristo

The Man in the Iron Mask

by

Alexandre Dumas

 

Popular Defense & Ecological Struggles

Speed and Politics

by

Paul Virilio

 

A Game of Thrones

A Clash of Kings

A Storm of Swords

A Feast of Crows

A Dance With Dragons

by

George R. R. Martin

 

The Hobbit

The Fellowship of The Ring

The Two Towers

The Return of the King

The Adventures of Tom Bombadil

Tree and Leaf

Smith of Wootton Major

Farmer Giles of Ham

The Silmarillion

The Book of Lost Tales 1

The Book of Lost Tales 2

The Lays of Beleriand

The Shaping of Middle-earth

The Lost Road and Other Writings

The Return of the Shadow

The Treason of Isengard

by

J. R. R. Tolkien

 

Remaking History

Discussions in Contemporary Culture #4

Edited by

Barbara Kruger & Phil Mariani

 

Dune

Dune Messiah

Children of Dune

God Emperor of Dune

Heretics of Dune

Chapterhouse: Dune

The Heaven Makers

The Godmakers

and various short stories

by

Frank Herbert

 

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe

Prince Caspian: The Return to Narnia

The Voyage of the Dawn Treader

The Silver Chair

The Horse and His Boy

The Magician's Nephew

The Last Battle

by

C. S. Lewis

 

Discussions in Contemporary Culture #1

Edited by

Hal Foster

Recodings: Art, Spectacle, Cultural Politics

by

Hal Foster

 

Postmodernism, or, the Cultural Logic of Late Capitalism

Postmodernism and Cultural Theories

The Geopolitical Aesthetic: Cinema and Space in the World System

by

Fredric Jameson

 

A streetcar Named Desire

The Glass Menagerie

Orpheus Descending

Suddenly, Last Summer

Sweet Bird of Youth

The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone

I think I have read most of his plays after all he is my favourite American Playwright

by

Tennessee Williams

 

The Ascent of Man

by

Jacob Bronowski

 

Dracula

The Lair of The White Worm

by

Bram Stoker

 

Frankenstein;

Or The Modern Prometheus

by

Mary Shelley

 

Beyond The Wall of Sleep

The Transition of Juan Romero

The Statement of Randolph Carter

The Cats of Ulthar

At The Mountains of Madness

The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath

The Case of Charles Dexter Ward

The Nameless City

The Call of Cthulthu

The Silver Key

Nyarlathotep

The Shadow Out Of Time

The Haunter of The Dark

by

H. P. Lovecraft

(A selection of what I have read by H. P. Lovecraft as otherwise it would be a very long list

as I have read all his stories, expect the first few)

 

Various books on the Bauhaus

by

Various members of the Bauhaus apart from the Paul Klee

I can not remember the other titles at the moment

 

King's Blood Four

Necromancer Nine

Wizard's Eleven

The Song of Mavin Manyshaped

The Flight of Mavin Manyshaped

The Search for Mavin Manyshaped

Jinian Footseer

Dervish Daughter

Jinian Star-Eye

by

Sheri S. Tepper

 

White Crow

Golden Witchbreed

Ancient Light

by

Mary Gentle

 

Deconstruction And Art / The Art of Deconstruction

Architectural Design (journal)

includes architects; Valerio Adami, Daniel Libeskind, Gunter Behnisch, Hiromi Fujji

I have part of the book here as I cut it up and used parts in a book I made 1991,

but not sure if it is the right title as can not find it searching for it, when I do I will update the reference.

 

Catch 22

by

Joseph Heller

 

Jonothan Livinston Seagull

by

Richard Bach

 

Watership Down

by

Richard Adams

 

MASH

by

Richard Hooker

 

The Picture of Dorian Gray

The Soul of Man

The Happy Prince & Other Stories incldung

The Selfish Giant

by

Oscar Wilde

 

Rights of Man

by

Thomas Paine

 

Of Human Bondage

by

W. Somerset Maugham

 

I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings

by

Maya Angelou

 

The Color Purple

by

Alice Walker

 

To Kill a Mockingbird

by

Harper Lee

 

Dead Souls

by

Nikolai Gogol

 

The Portrait of An Artist as A young Man

Have started 'Ulysses' several times and since I like the postmodern,

'Ulysses' often claimed as the first postmodern novel never really enjoyed it, I like the Odyssey

as well which it parallels, favourite Irish writer is Samuel Beckett

by

James Joyce

 

Collected Short Stories of Bertolt Brecht

The Modern Theatre Is the Epic Theatre

& I think Threepenny Novel

might have read some more by him as well

by

Bertolt Brecht

 

The Tale of Peter Rabbit

Think I have read a number of her books

by

Beatrix Potter

 

Kidnapped

Treasure Island

The Master of Ballantrae

Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde

by

Robert Louis Stevenson

 

Book/s & some essays

will add when I remember which

by

Theodor W. Adorno

 

In a Lonely Street: Film Noir, Genre, Masculinity

by

Frank Krutnik

 

The Sword of Shannara

The Elfstones of Shannara

The Wishsong of Shannara

The Scions of Shannara

The Druid of Shannara

The Elf Queen of Shannara

The Talismans of Shannara

Ilse Witch

Antrax

Morgawr

by

Terry Brooks

 

Hawksmoor

by

Peter Ackroyd

 

You might notice a lot of science fiction and fantasy, well yes I do like, and many of the writers, scientist as well, including ones that have written scientific theorem, consult for Nasa, on various committees, boards and consult for various agencies, scientific, environmental, AI, etc, and or have also written books on issues like the environment and various other subjects, historians, professors of comparative literature etc. And are some of the best writers in their field, and have influenced scientific thought with their ideas and books through time, imagination.

 

The Time Machine

The First Men in the Moon

A Modern Utopia

The New Machiavelli

The War in the Air

The Sleeper Awakes

The Dream

Kipps

The Shape of Things to Come

The Island of Doctor Moreau

The War of the Worlds

 I think I have read most of his fiction, though not his non-fiction

but the list is incredibly long, his none fiction is incredibly long as well.

by

H G Wells

 

I Ching

(The Book of Changes)

Not sure which translation of this ancient Chinese text but I think it was a Penguin book.

 

The Art of War

by

Sun Tzu

 

The Once and Future King

by

T. W. White

 

Of Mice and Men

The Grapes of Wrath

by

John Steinbeck

 

Hotel du Lac

by

Anita Brookner

 

The White Hotel

by

D. M. Thomas

 

The Bone People

by

Keri Hulme

 

Heart of Darkness

Think I have read some others

by

Joseph Conrad

 

Permutation City

by

Greg Egan

 

Remote Control

by

Barbara Kruger

 

Midsummer Night's Dream

Much Ado about Nothing

Macbeth

etc...

by

William Shakespeare

 

Literature and Evil

Story of the Eye

Lascaux; or, the Birth of Art, the Prehistoric Paintings

The Accursed Share

The Tears of Eros

L'Abbé C

Blue of Noon

by

Georges Bataille

 

Delos; Monuments And Museum

by

Dr Fotini Zaphiropoulou

Bought on Delos while I was there, amazing place

 

Iconographic Anatomique

by

André Vésale

 

The Naked Ape

by

Desmond Morris

 

Postmodernism Critical Concepts

Edited by

Victor E. Taylor, Charles E. Winquist

 

The Anti-Aesthetic
ESSAYS ON POSTMODERN CULTURE

Edited by

Hal Foster

 

Art in Theory
1900-1990
An Anthology of Changing Ideas

edited

Charles Harrison and Paul Wood

Most but not all

 

The Chronicles of The Conquest of Granada

The Legend of Sleepy Hollow

Rip Van Winkle

The Alhambra

(The Wars of Granada)

Thought that was the title, then I read it when I was 14,

stayed in the Washington Irving Hotel when I drove around

Spain, well France and crossed to Morocco too, with the first woman I lived with

by

Washington Irving

 

The Pastel City

A Storm of Wings

In Viriconium

Viriconium Nights

by

M. John Harrison

 

Selection of Poems

by

Arthur Rimbaud

 

Poets of The English Language

Volume I Langland to Spenser

Volume II Marlowe to Marvell

Volume III Milton to Goldsmith

Volume IV Blake to Poe

Volume V Tennyson to Yates

edited by

W. H. Auden & Norman Holmes Pearson

(These are one of the sets of poetry books of my mothers I read when I was 9 onwards)

 

The Canterbury Tales

by

Geoffrey Chaucer

 

Another quick note here, books, many of the classics are now available online free from various sites, I have bouhgt many books since reading the books in the boxes my brother had, from second-hand bookshops, Spinoza's 'Ethics' I bought from a second hand bookshop for 20p, one of the great works of its time, that opened peoples minds and helped start the 'Englightenment'.

 

Seven Pillars of Wisdom

by

T. E. Lawrence (Lawrence of Arabia)

 

On The Origin of Species

by

Charles Darwin

 

Man and His Symbols

by

Carl Jung

 

The World

(Treatise on the Light)

by

René Descartes

 

The Dying Earth

The Eyes of the Overworld

Cugel's Saga

Rhialto the Marvellous

Araminta Station

Ecce and Old Earth

Throy

Trullion: Alastor 2262

Marune: Alastor 933

Wyst: Alastor 1716

The Anome

The Brave Free Men

The Asutra

City of the Chasch

Servants of the Wankh

Lyonesse

Lyonesse: The Green Pearl

Lyonesse: Madouc

The Dirdir

The Pnume

The Blue World

Showboat World

by

Jack Vance

 

De revolutionibus orbium coelestium

(On the Revolutions of the Heavenly Spheres)

by

Copernicus

 

Selection of Poems

by

Federico García Lorca

 

Midnight In The Garden of Good And Evil

by

John Berendt

 

In fact over time and still I have been availing myself on online downloads to replace the books I sold and or read when I was 14, 16, 18 etc... ebooks, some paid but many free online because they are older classics. Still am downloaded some yesterday that I really haven't read since I was 16. Travelling the universes of the mind, travelling the world of ideas, like I travel with a backpack on my back.

 

Washington Square

The American

The Europeans

by

Henry James

 

Captain Courageous

Kim

The Light That Failed

The Jungle Book

I think I have read most by him

by

Rudyard Kipling

 

Ben Hur

by

Lew Wallace

 

The Rainbow

Women In Love

by

D. H. Lawrence

 

To the Lighthouse

by

Virginia Woolf

(Read a number of others by Virginia Woolf, need to think about them.)

 

Le Morte D'Arthur

by

Sir Thomas Mallory

 

The Shock of the New: Art and the Century of Change

by

Robert Hughes

 

Pawn Of Prophecy

Queen Of Sorcery

Magician's Gambit

Castle Of Wizardry

Enchanters' End Game

Belgarath the Sorcerer

Polgara the Sorceress

by

David Eddings

 

Gardens Of The Moon

Deadhouse Gates

Memories Of Ice

House Of Chains

Midnight Tides

The Bonehunters

Reaper's Gale

Toll The Hounds

Dust Of Dreams

The Crippled God

by

Steven Erikson

 

Futility

by

William Gerhardie

 

Ways of Seeing

About Looking

by

John Berger

 

The Midwich Cuckoos

The Day of the Triffids

The Kraken Wakes

The Chrysalids

Chocky

Trouble with Lichen

by

John Wyndham

 

Myth and Meaning

Mythologiques I–IV (various sections of these books but not all)

by

Claude Lévi-Strauss

 

The Hunchback of Notre-Dame

by

Victor Hugo

 

Nights at the Circus

by

Angela Carter

 

Remix

Redrobe

by

Jon Courtenay Grimwood

 

Perspectives on Power: Reflections on Human Nature and the Social Order

Media Control: The Spectacular Achievements of Propaganda

Manufacturing Consent: The Political Economy of the Mass Media

by

Noam Chomsky

 

Journey to the Center of the Earth

Around the World in Eighty Days

Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea

by

Jules Verne

 

The Critical Image: Essays on Contemporary Photography

Edited by Carol Squiers

 

The Sublime

Edited by Simon Morely

 

Stories From Le Morte D'Arthur And The Mabinogion

by

Beatrice E. Clay

To be continued...

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