January/February 2018 Reading

I’m going to start posting these monthly, rather than just one long list at the end of the year.  This is what I’ve read so far this year.  When I finish the two I’m working on and maybe some more short poetry works I’ve got checked out from the library I’d like to start on Crime and Punishment (again).  Maybe this is the year I’ll finally really take a stab at reading the Russians in earnest.

  1. The Farthest Shore, Ursula Le Guin*****
  2. Tehanu, Ursula Le Guin*****
  3. Jeeves and the Tie That Binds, P.G. Wodehouse****
  4. Tales From Earthsea, Ursula Le Guin*****
  5. How to Read a Poem and Fall In Love with Poetry, Edward Hirsch*****
  6. Angel Fire, Joyce Carol Oates**
  7. Gabriel: A Poem, Edward Hirsch*****
  8. Still Another Day/Aún, Pablo Neruda, Tr. William O’Daly***
  9. Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat, Samin Nosrat*****
  10. The Other Wind, Ursula Le Guin*****
  11. Turtle Island, Gary Snyder***
  12. Tell Me, Tell Me: Granite, Steel, and Other Topics, Marianne Moore**
  13. The Wasteland  and Other Poems, T.S. Eliot***
  14. Conflict Resolution for Holy Beings, Joy Harjo***
  15. Out of the Ashes: Rebuilding American Culture, Anthony Esolen***
  16. On Love: Poems, Edward Hirsch***
  17. Poems, C. S. Lewis, Walter Hooper, Ed.***
  18. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, J. K. Rowling*****
  19. The Benedict Option: A Strategy for Christians in a Post-Christian Nation, Rod Dreher****
  20. Strangers in a Strange Land: Living the Catholic Faith in a Post-Christian World, Charles Chaput*****
  21. The Consolation of Philosophy, Boethius, Tr. W.V. Cooper****
  22. On the Blue Shore of Silence: Poems of the Sea, Pablo Neruda, Tr. Alastair Reed, Ill. Mary Heebner***
  23. Reflections on the Christian Life: How Our Story is God’s Story, Anthony Esolen*****
  24. The Plague, Albert Camus*****
  25. Modern Man In Search of a Soul, Carl Jung*****
  26. Felicity, Mary Oliver****
  27. No-Drama Discipline, Daniel Siegel, M.D. and Tina Payne, Ph.D.***
  28. The Divine Comedy: 1 Hell, Dante Alighieri, Tr. Dorothy Sayers*****
  29. The Righteous Mind, Jonathan Haidt****
  30. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, J. K. Rowling*****

Still Reading:

  1. Americans’ Favorite Poems, Ed. Robert Pinsky & Maggie Dietz
  2. Spill, Simmer, Falter, Wither, Sara Baume

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