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Literary Fiction


Editor‘s Pick

“The Novice: A Story of True Love” Thich Nhat Hanh

 

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“Lolita” Nabakov

 

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“Mrs Dalloway” (annotated) Virginia Woolf

 

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“Gould's Book of Fish” Richard Flanagan

 

“Baltasar and Blimunda” Jose Saramundo

 

“Briefing for a Descent Into Hell” Doris Lessing

 

“Olive Kitteridge” Elizabeth Strout

 

“Candide” Voltaire — Free copy. Indispensible.

 

“Babbitt” Sinclair Lewis — Free copy. The American no-nothing commercial class, exactly.

 

“The Narrow Road to the Deep North” Richard Flanagan

 

“Submission” Michel Houellebecq

 

“Soul Mountain” Gao Xingjian

 

“The Golden Notebook: A Novel” Doris Lessing

 

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“My Antonia” Willa Cather — the haunting life on the plains, the austere and glowing story of first love.

 

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“Underworld” Don DeLillo — the first chapter is about as good as writing gets, ever. Exuberant.

 

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“All the Light We Cannot See” Anthony Doerr
— A blind girl in hiding, her father's radio. Unfiorgettable,

 

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“You Can’t Go Home Again” Thomas Wolfe — I love his lush, hypervigilant writing.

 

“The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman” — Laurence Stern — surprisingly fresh and droll.

 

“Jane Eyre” (includes the other Brontë novels) Charlotte Brontë, Emily Brontë, Anne Brontë — I was Jane as a child; I was saved by Jane.

 

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“Wise Blood /A Good Man Is Hard to Find /The Violent Bear It Away /Everything that Rises Must Converge /Essays & Letters” Flannery O’Connor — Her polished, bitter, incisive prose, her grit, her redemptive stories.

 

“The Moonshine War: A Novel” Elmore Leonard
Leonard writes like no other: the tightest, clearest, most vivid stories, and shrewd character studies.

 

“The Road” Cormac McCarthy

 

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“White Jazz” James Ellroy
One of the most powerful, original prose stylists of the last 50 years. His masterpiece.

 

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“Nothing That Meets the Eye: The Uncollected Stories” Patricia Highsmith
Nuanced, mysterious, and crystal clear prose. Master’s class in short story writing.

 

“A Girl is a Half-formed Thing” Elmear McBride

 

“The Goldfinch: A Novel” Donna Tartt

 


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