Saturday, 28 November 2009

100+ Reading Challenge

Another challenge: The 100+ Reading Challenge, hosted by J. Kaye is again, rather self explanatory - try and reading 100 books or more in 2010. Since it's something I'm going to try and do anyway, (for my own small and informal reading challenge over at Elftown - poor name I know, but a great community for fantasy & sci-fi lovers) I thought I'd sign up. Extra motivation and all that jazz. I'm trying to manage it this year, too - so far I've read 75 books. It'll be tight, but I'm hoping I can plough through quite a few after term ends.

1. Thomas Paine; Common Sense
2. Longus; Daphnis and Chloe
3. Walpole; The Castle of Otranto
4. Mackenzie; The Man of Feeling
5. Racine; Iphigenia, Phaedra, Athaliah
6. Jung; Four Archetypes: Mother, Rebirth, Spirit, Trickster
7. David Malouf; Remembering Babylon
8. Patrick Gardiner; Kierkegaard: A Very Short Introduction
9. Kierkegaard; Fear and Trembling
10. Freud; The Interpretation of Dreams
11. Klaus Theweleit; Object-Choice (All You Need is Love...)
12. Greek Lyric Poetry
13. Buchan; The Thirty-Nine Steps
14. Hurlburt & Schwitzgebel; Describing Inner Experience?
15. Aristophanes; Lysistrata and Other Plays
16. Orwell; Why I Write
17. Radcliffe; The Castles of Athlin and Dunbayne
18. Tacitus; The Agricola and The Germanicus
19. Juvenal; The Sixteen Satires
20. Voltaire; Letters on England
21. Tom Holland; The Vampyre
22. Anonymous; The Book With No Name
23. Verne; Journey to the Centre of the Earth
24. Kipling; The Jungle Book
25. Robert Louis Stevenson; Treasure Island
26. Stephen Crane; The Red Badge of Courage
27. Anthony Hope; The Prisoner of Zenda
28. Christopher Tyerman; The Crusade: A Very Short Introduction
29. Scarlett Thomas; The End of Mr. Y
30. Samuel Butler; Erewhon
31. Pratchett; Thief of Time
32. Pratchett; Amazing Maurice and his Educated Rodents
33. Philip Reeve; Infernal Devices
34. Wladyslaw Szpilman; The Pianist
35. Prachett; The Wee Free Men
36. Pratchett; A Hat Full of Sky
37. Pratchett; Wintersmith
38. Kundera; Immortality
39. Alcott; Little Women
40. Charlotte Bronte; Jane Eyre
41. Douglas Adams; The Hitch-Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy
42. Douglas Adams; The Restaurant at the End of the Universe
43. Douglas Adams; Life, The Universe, and Everything

1 comment:

  1. Welcome to the 100+ Reading Challenge. I am so glad you decided to take the plunge. It’s going to be a fun year. I can just feel it.

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