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The Fatal Eggs; Heart of a Dog
The Gulf War Did Not Take Place; Simulacra and Simulation
Illusions: The Adventures of a Reluctant Messiah
Gender Trouble
The Historian's Craft; prominent in the Annales School of historiography along w/ Fernand Braudel and Lucien Febvre
The Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny; Schweyk in the Second World War
Il filostrato; Teseida
The Long Day Wanes (Malayan trilogy); The End of the World News
An Essay towards solving a Problem in the Doctrine of Chances
Distinction: A Social Critique on the Judgment of Taste
The Peasant Story of Napoleon; Lost Illusions
Darwin's Radio
Sixty Stories
The Mind of Primitive Man
The Accursed Share; Blue Noon
The Mediterranean and the Mediterranean World in the Age of Philip II
On the Dictatorship of the Proletariat; Reading Capital (with Louis Althusser)
Death is a Lonely Business; Green Shadow, White Whale; another story features Jim Nightshade and Mr. Dark
Introduction to the Principles of Morals and Legislation (introduced felicific calculus)
Say, Is This the USA (with husband)
Eros and Psyche: A Narrative Poem in Twelve Measures; invented 'neo-Miltonic syllabics'; championed Gerard Manley Hopkins
The Narrow Road to the Deep North
Consolation of Philosophy
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The Problems of Dostoevsky's Poetics; Rabelais and His World; The Dialogic Imagination
The Rhetoric of Religion; terministic screens introduced in his Language as Symbolic Action
Clayhanger; Anna of the Five Towns; The Old Wives' Tale; called a 'materialist' by Virginia Woolf in the essay 'Modern Fictions'
The Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides with Samuel Johnson, LL.D (Johnson also wrote Journey to the Western Islands of Scotland about this trip)
Mosby's Memoirs; Mr. Sammler's Planet
The Closing of the American Mind; life fictionalized in Bellow's Ravelstein
The Civilization of the Renaissance in Italy
East Wind: West Wind
Rabbi Ben Ezra
The Hardest Logic Puzzle Ever; Computability and Logic (with Richard Jeffrey); Logic, Logic, and Logic
I and Thou
Marbles: A Play in Three Acts; Elegy for John Donne
Religion in Human Evolution; The Axial Age and Its Consequences
Factotum; Post Office
Poetry for Poetry's Sake; Oxford Lectures on Poetry; Shakespearean Tragedy
Steps to an Ecology of Mind; Balinese Character (with Mead)
Tales of Angria; The Professor; Shirley
Queer; Junkie
Social Foundations of Thought and Action; Social Learning Theory; Self-Efficacy
The FORTRAN Automatic Coding System
Q (multiple authors writing under this nom de plume--some went on to form Wu Ming)
Let It Come Down; Up Above the World; most famous book focuses on naïve couple Port Moresby and Kit and their travels in Africa
The Ghost Road; The Eye in the Door (both in her Regeneration Trilogy)
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The End of the Road
The Fire Next Time
The Ecology of Freedom; Post-Scarcity Anarchism; Our Synthetic Environment
Statism and Anarchy
Black Thunder
Orlando Innamorato
Jerusalem; The Four Zoas
The Garden of Cyrus; Religio Medici; Hydriotaphia, Urn-Burial, or, a Discourse of the Sepulchral Urns lately found in Norfolk
The Law of Dreams; shares full name with the architect of the AEG Turbine Factory
Murphy
Surrealist Manifesto
On the Infinite Universe and Worlds
The Physics of Blown Sand and Desert Dunes; crossed the Libyan Desert from east to west; sister Enid wrote National Velvet
The Psychoanalysis of Fire; introduced the epistemological break; The Poetics of Space
The Laws of Thought; negation of conjunctions and disjunctions in terms of each other are basis of de Morgan's laws for this guy's namesake algebra
Being and Event (uses Zermelo-Fraenkel set theory to describe the rupture in being)
The Mezzanine; Checkpoint; Vox
The Hostage
The Coming of Post-Industrial Society; The End of Ideology
Patterns of Culture
Abdelazer (Henry Purcell set it to incidental music); in A Room of One's Own, Woolf says, 'All women together ought to let flowers fall upon the tomb of [this person]'

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