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The literary mountain I'm climbing: 142 books.

Amis, M.MoneyPaperback
AtwoodThe Blind AssassinPaperback
AusterThe Book of IllusionsPaperback
AzuelaThe UnderdogsEbook
BallardEmpire of the SunPaperback
BanksDead AirPaperback
BanvilleThe Book of EvidencePaperback
BarbusseThe InfernoEbook
BarbusseUnder FireEbook
BeckettMalone DiesPaperback
BeckettThe UnnamablePaperback
BellowThe VictimPaperback
BellowHumboldt's GiftPaperback
BennettThe Old Wives' TalePaperback
BoyleDrop CityPaperback
CercasSoldiers of SalamisPaperback
CareyJack MaggsPaperback
CarterThe Passion of the New EvePaperback
ChatwinOn the Black HillPaperback
ChurchillMy Early LifeHardback
ConradThe Shadow LineEbook
CummingsThe Enormous RoomEbook
d'AnnunzioThe Child of PleasureEbook
DalrympleWhite MughalsPaperback
de BalzacLost IllusionsEbook
de BalzacPere GoriotEbook
de LaclosDangerous LiaisonsPaperback
de MaupassantA Woman's LifeEbook
DickensBleak HousePaperback
DostoevskyThe DevilsEbook
EdgeworthThe AbsenteeEbook
EliotThe Mill on the FlossPaperback
FaulknerThe Sound and the FuryEbook
Fenimore CooperThe Last of the MohicansEbook
FlaubertBouvard and PicuchetEbook
FlaubertThe Temptation of St AntonyEbook
FordParade's EndEbook
ForsterHoward's EndEbook
FranckThe Blind Side of the HeartEbook
Garcia MarquezThe Autumn of the PatriarchPaperback
GideThe ImmoralistPaperback
GissingBorn in ExileEbook
GissingNew Grub StreetEbook
GogolDead SoulsEbook
Grassic GibbonSunset SongPaperback
HardyThe Hand of EthelbertaEbook
HemingwayThe Sun Also RisesEbook
HemingwayThe Torrents of SpringEbook
HoggThe Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified SinnerEbook
HuysmansAgainst the GrainEbook
HuysmansDown ThereEbook
JamesThe AmbassadorsEbook
JamesWhat Maisie KnewEbook
JamesThe Golden BowlPaperback
JoyceFinnegans WakeEbook
LawrenceAaron's RodEbook
LawrenceThe Plumed SerpentEbook
LayeThe Dark ChildPaperback
le FanuUncle SilasEbook
LeviThe Drowned and the SavedPaperback
LewisThe Revenge for LovePaperback
LinnaThe Unknown SoldierPaperback
LondonThe Iron HeelEbook
LondonMartin EdenEbook
ManzoniThe BetrothedPaperback
MaughamThe Razor's EdgeHardback
McCabeThe Butcher BoyPaperback
McGahernAmongst WomenEbook
MehtaMaximum City: Bombay Lost and FoundPaperback
MelvilleBilly Budd ForetopmanEbook
MorrisNews from NowhereEbook
MoynahanWilliam Tyndale: If God Spare My LifePaperback
MulischThe Discovery of HeavenPaperback
MurdochA Severed HeadHardback
NinDelta of VenusPaperback
OzA Tale of Love and DarknessPaperback
PamukMy Name is RedPaperback
PerecLife: A User's ManualPaperback
PaterMarius the EpicureanEbook
Perez-ReverteThe Club DumasPaperback
PynchonGravity's RainbowPaperback
RadiguetThe Devil in the FleshPaperback
RichardsonPointed RoofsEbook
RolfeHadrian the SeventhPaperback
RothPortnoy's ComplaintEbook
RoyThe Tin FlutePaperback
ScottThe MonasteryEbook
ScottRob RoyEbook
SelfHow the Dead LivePaperback
ShieldsThe Stone DiariesPaperback
ShikibuThe Tale of GenjiEbook
SienkeiwiezQuo VadisEbook
SmollettHumphrey ClinkerPaperback
SparkMemento MoriPaperback
SparkThe Girls of Slender MeansPaperback
SteinThree LivesEbook
StendahlThe Charterhouse of ParmaEbook
SterneTristram ShandyEbook
SwiftLast OrdersPaperback
SwiftThe Light of DayPaperback
TagoreThe Home and the WorldEbook
ThackerayVanity FairHardback
Tomasi di LampedusaThe LeopardPaperback
TrollopeCastle RichmondEbook
TrollopePhineas FinnPaperback
TurgenevA Lear of the SteppesEbook
TurgenevVirgin SoilEbook
VidalMyra BreckenridgePaperback
WaughBrideshead RevisitedPaperback
WalkerThe Temple of My FamiliarPaperback
WhartonThe Glimpses of the MoonEbook
WestThe Birds Fall DownPaperback
WestThe Thinking ReedPaperback
WhiteThe Once and Future KingHardback
WintersonThe PassionPaperback
WintersonWritten on the BodyPaperback
WolfeBonfire of the VanitiesPaperback
WoolfBetween the ActsEbook
WoolfNight and DayEbook
WoolfThe YearsEbook
WrightNative SonEbook
2 comments… add one
  • Jorie 30 November, 2008, 12:17 am

    Thanks for posting your tbr list. Mine is double that. . .

    In answer to your question asked sometime ago, I have read 39 books on the 1001 Books list for 2008. I can’t remember how I was doing on the original list. While I lost a couple, I did gain some from the additions. The Namesake by Jhumpa Lahiri is a superior work and I highly recommend it. By the same token, I would have probably been happier skipping a couple of books which were on the 2006 edition and since removed. Cést la vie!

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