Jan 4, 2005

Books I read and finished in 2004

1 Of Spirit, By Jaques Derrida.
2 Idoru, by William Gibson.
3 The Prayers and Tears of Jaques Derrida, by John Caputo.
4 Cosmopolis, by Don DeLillo.
5 Dubliners, by James Joyce.
6 Neuromancers, by Willam Gibson.
7 Killing the Buddha, by Peter Manseau & Jeff Sharlet.
8 Of Mice and Men, by John Steinbeck.
9 Portrait of an Artist as a Young Man, by James Joyce.
10 Zettel, by Ludwig Wiggenstein.
11 God Bless You Mr Rosewater, by Kurt Vonnegut.
12 Count Zero, by William Gibson.
13 Body Artist, by Don DeLillo.
14 Woundwood, by Ron Silliman.
15 Kill Me Now, by McNeil and McCain.
16 Rolling Stone Magazine, by Robert Draper.
17 Portnoy's Complaint, by Philip Roth.
18 The Eye, by Vladimir Nabokov.
19 The Ultimate Good Luck, by Richard Ford.
20 A Day No Pigs Would Die, by Robert Peck.
21 God is Dead, by Kenneh Hamilton.
22 Mrs. Dalloway, by Virginia Woolf.
23 Homecoming, by Cynthia Voight.
24 Libra, by Don DeLillo.
25 Noise, Jacques Attali.
26 Cat's Cradle, by Kurt Vonnegut.
27 Brighton Rock, by Graham Greene.
28 Archive Fever, by Jacques Derrida.
29 Ezra Pound, by John Tytell.
30 The Heart of the Matter, by Graham Greene.
31 The Great Divorce, by C.S. Lewis.
32 Kerygma and Truth, by Rudolf Bultmann and critics.
33 World's End, by T.C. Boyle.
34 Dicey's Song, by Cynthia Voight.
35 On Deconstruction, by Jonathan Culler.
36 Drop City, by T.C. Boyle.
37 The Tenth Man, by Graham Greene.
38 Hocus Pocus, by Kurt Vonnegut.
39 The Unbearable Lightness of Being, by M. Kundera.
40 The Comedians, by Graham Greene.
41 Great Jones Street, by Don DeLillo.
42 The Undertaking, by Thomas Lynch.
43 Selected Stories of Philip K. Dick.
44 Ketjak, by Ron Silliman.
45 Driving Mr. Albert, by M. Paterniti.
46 Don't Stop the Carnival, by Herman Wouk.
47 The Unsettling of America, by Wendell Berry.
48 The Road to Wellville, by T.C. Boyle.
49 The Winter Name of God, by James Carroll.
50 Under Albany, by Ron Silliman.
51 Farewell to Model T and From Sea to Shining Sea, by E.B. White.
52 Seven Types of Ambiguity, by Elliot Perlman.