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Morgan's Passing; A Spool of Blue Thread; Dinner at the Homesick Restaurant
A Secular Age; Sources of the Self: The Making of Modern Identity
The Eustace Diamonds; Palliser novels; Rachel Ray
last words were 'moose' and 'indian'; famous work has section called 'Where I Lived, and What I Lived For' and another chapter in which he climbs 'Ktaadn'
Agricola (biography of his father-in-law)
Penrod; Alice Adams
The First Heavenly Adventure of Mr. Antipyrine; The Approximate Man
My Life in the Bush of Ghosts
1/32 black Chambers and white Thomas à Becket Driscoll switched as young kids in a novel originally meant to center on Luigi and Angelo Capello
A Distant Mirror; The March of Folly; The Proud Tower; another work is an analysis of the first month of World War I
'The Kentucky Derby is Decadent and Depraved'
novel: protagonist maintains a correspondence with 'that minx' Myrna Minkoff and tries to lead a revolution at Levy Pants
kids' story: Littlejack joins Black on his ship the Aeiu and searches for treasure on an island upon which they impose lipogrammatic restrictions on a title letter
poem: 'I was young and easy under the apple boughs'; 'A Refusal to Mourn the Death, by Fire, of a Child in London'; Deaths and Entrances
'The Golden Boat'; Red Oleanders; 'Purity'; 'Mind Without Fear'; 'Song Unsung'
Chertopkhanov and Nedopyuskin live a quiet bromantic lifestyle in Unsleepy Hollow, end up meeting recurring character Yermolay in one of this guy's collections; Rudin
title characters include Yukiko and Taeko, who has scandalous fling w/ Itakura; In Praise of Shadows
The History of Henry Esmond
The Courage to Be; Systematic Theology
'A Prisoner in the Caucasus' (novella); story: title upbeat, uncomplaining character dies during Lent after falling from a ladder while clearing snow off the roof
Idylls of the King; 'Enoch Arden'
Erec et Enide; Perceval, the Story of the Grail
'Blood-Burning Moon'; 'Karintha'; 'Kabnis'
Mr. Pope and Other Poems; famous poem begins 'Row after row with strict impunity / the headstones yield their names to the element'
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