What I’m Reading

In college, my reading habits are questionable. I drop off midway through books, and pick up several at once. I read in fits and starts, so I hold the term “reading” to only the loosest of definitions. Without further avail, here’s what I’m reading.

Suicide by Edouard Levé

The Ice Trilogy by Vladimir Sorokin

The Selected Poems of Emily Dickinson

Essential Sufism ed. by Fadiman and Frager

The Great Fire of London by Jacques Roubaud

Gravity's Rainbow by Thomas Pynchon

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5 responses to “What I’m Reading

  1. Also good luck with Gravity’s Rainbow, I’ve read it 3 times and the key is to let yourself get wrapped up in the weirdness and word play that Pynchon uses. The only other writers like him are Nabakov and Phillip K Dick. If you can read them, you can make it through Pynchon. Good luck on your list.

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