What I’ve Been Reading (Q1 2017)

2017 will be a big year of books for me – perhaps the biggest yet…(!)

Below is a list of what I’ve read so far throughout January, February and March of this year…

A perfect topic for post #150!

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1) A History of the Cuban Revolution – Aviva Chomsky (2015 [1st ed., 2010])

2) Dear Illusion – Kingsley Amis (1972)

3) Dirty Beasts – Roald Dahl (1983)

4) Ernest Hemingway: A Literary Life – Linda Wagner-Martin (2007)

5) Ernest Hemingway: The Final Years – Michael Reynolds (1999)

6) Governing from the Skies: A Global History of Aerial Bombing – Thomas Hippler (2014 [English, 2017])

7) Honeysuckle Cottage – P. G. Wodehouse (1927)

8) Obama and the New Left in Latin America – Clara Nieto (2011 [English, 2014])

9) Selected Poems – Sylvia Plath (1983 [1956-1963])

10) Sound System: The Political Power of Music – Dave Randall (2017)

11) South of the Border, West of the Sun – Haruki Murakami (1992 [English, 1999])

12) Sylvia – Leonard Michaels (1992)

13) The Adventure of English: The Biography of a Language – Melvyn Bragg (2003)

14) The Machine Stops – E. M. Forster (1928)

15) The Noise of Time – Julian Barnes (2016)

16) The Outsider – Albert Camus (1942)

17) The Sea Close By ­– Albert Camus (1954/1955)

18) The Torrents of Spring – Ernest Hemingway (1926)

19) Train Dreams – Denis Johnson (2011)

20) Utz – Bruce Chatwin (1988)

21) With Hemingway: A Year in Key West and Cuba – Arnold Samuelson (1984)

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See you at #RoundReads tonight from 8:30pm GMT!

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