My book of the month for March was Sir Walter Scott's, The Heart of Midlothian
Novels For the Sir Walter Scott, The Heart of Midlothian (1818) video: Excellent historical romance centering on a young woman's quest to obtain a royal pardon for her sister, who has been sentenced to death for child-killing. Thomas Bernhard, The Loser For my Bernhard series, this is one of his best and centers on the eccentric piano player, Glenn Gould, and the catastrophic effect of his genius on two of his classmates. Orhan Pamuk, The White Castle Objectionable Orientalist novel by Turkish practitioner of the 'world-novel'. Mary Shelley, The Last Man Medieval in its portrayal of love, but set in the year 2073.
Italo Calvino, Difficult Loves
The Adventure of the Married Couple
Kitchen-sink atmosphere in a story where a shift-working man barely sees his wife before she sets off for work.
The Adventure of a Poet
Excellent conclusion to this story of a poet and his lovers rowing out to a cave.
Others George Steiner, Language & Silence Harold Perkin, The Origins of Modern English Society Kaneko Fumiko, The Prison Memoirs of a Japanese Woman Leonora Carrington, The House of Fear: Notes from Down Below
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