July 17, 2013
Lolita (that's probably on everyone's list) Middlemarch (so formative of my sensibilities) One Hundred Years of Solitude
Early-mid 20th Century
Not anymore...now I just try to enjoy it, but previously post-structuralist.
Nabokov, Joyce, Faulkner
Though the writing style wasn't great, reading Erik Larson's "In the Garden of the Beasts" while visiting Berlin was fascinating.
A friend suggested I should be reading ten times as much as I write, so here's a good way to structure that task. Undergrad major was English, but I drifted to other academic realms after that. Now the currents are carrying me back to literature.