Friday, January 26, 2007

Please Don't Judge Me, I Just Like Lists

Here's one from my 2005 Day Planner


Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix- JK Rowling
The Hobbit- JR Tolkein
The Complete Chronicles of Narnia- CS Lewis
The Treasure Principle- Randy Alcorn
Howard's End- EM Forster
A Room With a View- EM Forster
The Prayer of Jabez- Tom Wilkinson
The Professor- Charlotte Bronte
A Death in the Family- James Agee
Sons and Lovers- DH Lawrence
Les Liasons Dangeruses- Laclos
The Mill on the Floss- George Elliot
The Eyre Affair- Jasper Fforde
The Turn of the Screw- Henry James
The Man Who Was Thursday- GK Chesterton
Moll Flanders- Daniel Defoe
The Three Musketeers- Alexandre Dumas
Tess of the D'Urbervilles- Thomas Hardy
Far From the Madding Crowd- Thomas Hardy
Jude, The Obscure- Thomas Hardy
The Mayor of Casterbridge- Thomas Hardy
The Woodlanders- Thomas Hardy
Two on a Tower- Thomas Hardy
The Pursuit of the Well-Beloved- Thomas Hardy
The Return of the Native- Thomas Hardy
The Hand of Ethelberta- Thomas Hardy
The Well-Beloved- Thomas Hardy
The Trumpet Major- Thomas Hardy
Under the Greenwood Tree- Thomas Hardy
A Laodicean- Thomas Hardy
Desperate Remedies- Thomas Hardy
A Pair of Blue Eyes- Thomas Hardy
Everything is Illuminated- Jonathan Safran Foer
Cash: The Autobiography- Johnny Cash
Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison- Michael Streissguth
Useless Beauty- Robert K. Johnston

Yes, it was the year I discovered Thomas Hardy. Everybody should.


kikodelo said...

You were definitely in my thoughts lately as I read A Room With A View & watched the movie!!! Long Live Lucy Honeychurch! Have you found your young Mr. Emerson in Seattle yet??

Maybe I should read some Hardy next...xoxo

Kj said...

Well, I haven't seen anyone hanging out of a tree shouting their creed over the countryside, but I haven't ruled it out as a possibility.

miss you!

(Oh, Mr. Beebe!)