Reading: 2011

These are the books I read in 2011:

  • Charlotte Bronte, The Professor
  • The Acts of the Apostles
  • Slavoj Zizek & John Milbank (ed. Creston Davies), The Monstrosity of Christ
  • Tacitus, The Histories
  • Albert Camus, The Outsider
  • Michael Grant, Nero
  • Tacitus, The Annals of Ancient Rome
  • Robert Graves, Claudius the God
  • W. Somerset Maugham, The Moon And Sixpence
  • F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Pat Hobby Stories
  • Robert Graves, I Claudius
  • Alan Moorehead, The Desert War Trilogy, Vol 3: The End in Africa
  • Alan Moorehead, The Desert War Trilogy, Vol 2: A Year of Battle
  • Alan Moorehead, The Desert War Trilogy, Vol 1: Mediterranean Front
  • Ethan H. Shagan, Popular Politics & The English Reformation
  • Don Sonderquist, Live, Learn, Lead
  • Timothy Ferris, The 4-Hour Work-week
  • Noah St. John, The Secret Code of Success
  • John Milbank, Slavoj Žižek, Creston Davis, Paul’s New Moment: Continental Philosophy & the Future of Christian Theology
  • William Shakespeare, Much Ado About Nothing
  • George Psychoundakis, The Cretan Runner (with an Introduction by Patrick Leigh Fermor)
  • Robert K. C. Foreman, Meister Eckhart: Mystic as Theologian
  • Edward Gibbon, The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, vol II (Folio ed.)
  • Jules Verne, Around the World in Eighty Days
  • Christopher Hoenig, Six Essential Secrets for Thinking on a New Level
  • Vita Sackville, Saint Joan of Arc
  • Stephen Greenblatt, Renaissance Self Fashioning: From More to Shakespeare
  • Bryan Magee, The Story of Philosophy
  • G. T. di Lampedusa, The Leopard
  • Edmund De Waal, The Hare With Amber Eyes
  • William Blacker, Along the Enchanted Way, A Romanian Story

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