Reading

Current reading:

 

Rudiger Safranski – Nietzsche: a philosophical biography (Granta, 2002)

Greil Marcus – Real Life Rock (Yale University Press, 2015)

 

2017

 

Niccolo Machiavelli – The Prince (Penguin, 1975, trans. George Bull)

Fredric Jameson – The Political Unconscious (Routledge, 1981)

Maggie Nelson – The Argonauts (Melville House, 2015)

John Le Carré – Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (Sceptre, 1974)

Joshua Clover – 1989 (University of California Press, 2009)

Raymond Chandler – Farewell, My Lovely (Penguin, 1940)

Jonathan Crary – Techniques of the Observer (MIT Press, 1993)

Thomas Bernhard – Extinction (Chicago University Press, 1989)

Benedict Anderson – Imagined Communities (Verso, 1983/1991)

Franco Moretti – Atlas of the European Novel 1800-1900 (Verso, 1998)

Simenon – Maigret Stonewalled (Penguin, 1932)

Michel Foucault – Remarks On Marx (Semiotexte, 1981/1991)

Simenon – Maigret and the Lazy Burglar (Penguin, 1961)

Simenon – Maigret Travels South (Penguin, 1940)

Simenon – Pietr the Latvian (Penguin, 1931)

Raymond Williams – Politics and Letters (NLB, 1978)

Friedrich Nietzsche – The Genealogy of Morals (The Modern Library, 1886/1961)

Fredric Jameson – Fables of Aggression (UC Press, 1979)

Mark Fisher – Capitalist Realism (Zero, 2009)

Charles Barr – Vertigo (BFI, 2002)

Rob White – The Third Man (BFI, 2003)

Brian Dillon – Essayism (Fitzcarraldo, 2017)

Michael Podro – The Critical Historians of Art (Yale University Press, 1982)

Friedrich Nietzsche – The Birth of Tragedy (Modern Library, 1872/1961)

Margaret Atwood – The Handmaid’s Tale (Virago, 1985)

Goethe – The Sorrows of Young Werther (Penguin, 1774/1989)

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