Books read in 2022

January
■ Summerwater (Sarah Moss; 2020. Fiction.) LIB
■ Lost Everything (Brian Francis Slattery; 2012. Fiction.) RFS
■ Joseph Cornell: Secrets in a Box (Allison Baverstock; 2003. Non-fiction.) LIB
■ Murder in the Cathedral (T.S. Eliot; 1935. Drama.) RFS
■ The Suicide of Claire Bishop (Carmiel Banasky; 2015. Fiction.) RFS
■ The Prince (Niccolò Machiavelli; 1532. (Trans. George Bull.) Non-fiction.) RFS
■ Macbeth (William Shakespeare; 1606. Drama.) RFS *
■ Late Migrations: A Memoir of Love and Loss (Margaret Renkl; 2019. Non-fiction.) RFS
■ Six Characters in Search of an Author (Luigi Pirandello (Trans. Edward Storer); 1921. Drama.) RFS
■ Pipeline (Dominique Morisseau; 2017. Drama.) LIB
■ Dante’s Divine Comedy (Seymour Chwast; 2010. Graphic fiction.) RFS

February
■ A Clockwork Orange (Anthony Burgess; 1962. Fiction.) RFS
■ Purgatorio (Dante Alighieri; 1320. (Trans. Robin Kirkpatrick; 2008.) Poetry.) RFS
■ Anthem (Noah Hawley; 2022. Fiction.) ATY
■ Feminism Is for Everybody: Passionate Politics (bell hooks; 2000. Non-fiction.) RFS
■ Bury Your Dead (Louise Penny; 2010. Fiction.) LIB *
■ How the Light Gets In (Louise Penny; 2013. Fiction.) LIB *
■ A Beautiful Mystery (Louise Penny; 2012. Fiction.) LIB *
■ Maus, Vol. 1; A Survivor’s Tale: My Father Bleeds History (Art Spiegelman; 1991. Graphic non-fiction.) RFS *
■ Twelve Caesars: Images of Power from the Ancient World to the Modern (Mary Beard; 2021. Non-fiction.) RFS
■ Joseph Cornell: Wanderlust (Sarah Lea and Lynda Roscoe Hartigan; 2015. Non-fiction.) LIB
■ Childhood (Tove Ditlevsen; 1967/2021. Fiction.) RFS
■ Youth (Tove Ditlevsen; 1967/2021. Fiction.) RFS
■ The End We Start From (Megan Hunter; 2017. Fiction.) LIB
■ The School for Good Mothers (Jessamine Chan; 2022. Fiction.) ATY
■ Dependence (Tove Ditlevsen; 1971/2021. Fiction.) RFS
■ State of Terror (Louise Penny; 2021. Fiction.) RFS
Debt: The First 5,000 Years (David Graeber; 2011. Non-fiction.) RFS

March
■ Leonardo da Vinci (Walter Isaacson; 2017. Non-fiction.) RFS
■ The Emigrants (W.G. Sebald; 1992/1996. Fiction.) RFS
■ The Long Way Home (Louise Penny; 2015. Fiction.) LIB *
■ Anna Karenina (Leo Tolstoy; 1878. (Trans. Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokhonsky.) Fiction.) RFS
■ Maniac: The Bath School Disaster and the Birth of the Modern Mass Killer (Harold Schechter; 2021. Non-fiction.) RFS
■ The Rings of Saturn (W.G. Sebald; 1995/1998. Fiction.) RFS
■ The Maltese Falcon (Dashiell Hammett; 1930. Fiction.) RFS
■ Austerlitz (W.G. Sebald; 2001. Fiction.) RFS
■ Speak, Silence: In Search of W.G. Sebald (Carole Angier; 2022. Non-fiction.) ATY
■ A Diary of the Plague Year (Elise Engler; 2021. Graphic non-fiction.) LIB

April
■ Anselm Kiefer: Works on Paper in the Metropolitan Museum of Art (Nan Rosenthal; 1982. Non-fiction.) LIB
■ Maus, Vol. 2; A Survivor’s Tale: And Here My Troubles Began (Art Spiegelman; 1991. Graphic non-fiction.) RFS *
■ Apology (Plato; 399 BC. (Trans. G.M.A. Grube; 2002.) Non-fiction.) RFS
■ Transcendent Kingdom (Yaa Gyasi; 2020. Fiction.) RFS
■ Caliban and the Witch: Women, the Body, and Primitive Accumulation (Silvia Federici; 2004. Non-fiction.) ATY
■ Paradiso (Dante Alighieri; 1320. (Trans. Robin Kirkpatrick; 2008.) Poetry.) RFS
■ Moby-Dick; or, The Whale (Herman Melville; 1851. Fiction.) RFS *
■ The Anomaly (Hervé Le Tellier; 2021. Fiction.) ATY
■ The Complete Guide to No-Dig Gardening (Charlie Nardozzi; 2020. Non-fiction.) LIB
■ Sandman, Vol. 1: Preludes and Nocturnes (Neil Gaiman; 1989. Graphic fiction.) LIB
■ King Lear (William Shakespeare; 1606. Drama.) RFS *
■ The Name of the Rose (Umberto Eco; 1980. Fiction.) RFS
■ The Key to The Name of the Rose (Adele J. Haft, et al.; 1987/1999. Non-Fiction.) RFS
■ Morning in the Burned House (Margaret Atwood; 1996. Poetry.) RFS
■ When We Cease to Understand the World (Benjamín Labatut. 2021. Fiction.) RFS

May
■ The Many Deaths of Laila Starr (Ram V; 2022. Graphic non-fiction.) LIB
■ Feminism for the 99% (Cinzia Arruzza, et al.; 2019. Non-Fiction.) ATY
The Sun Also Rises (Ernest Hemingway. 1926. Fiction.) RFS
■ Sentence: Ten Years and a Thousand Books in Prison  (Daniel Genis; 2022. Non-Fiction.) ATY
■ History of Wolves (Emily Fridlund; 2017. Fiction.) RFS
■ Hamlet (William Shakespeare; 1601. Drama.) RFS *
■ Dante (R.W.B. Lewis; 2001. Non-Fiction.) RFS
■ Primordial (Jeff Lemire; 2024. Graphic fiction.) OTH

June
■ A Canticle for Leibowitz (Walter M. Miller; 1959. Fiction.) RFS
■ The Old Man and the Sea (Ernest Hemingway; 1952. Fiction.) RFS *
■ The Essex Serpent (Sarah Perry; 2016. Fiction.) RFS
■ Cézanne (Nathaniel Harris; 2003. Non-fiction.) LIB
■ Capital Realism (Mark Fisher; 2009. Non-fiction.) ATY
■ Notes on an Execution (Danya Kukafka; 2022. Fiction.) ATY
■ The Sign of Four (Sir Arthur Conan Doyle; 1890. Fiction.) RFS
■ Things to Look Forward To (Sophie Blackall; 2022. Graphic non-fiction.) LIB
■ The Oxford Murders (Guillermo Martínez; 2003. Fiction.) ATY

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ATY Acquired this year
LIB Borrowed from library (including Hoopla and Overdrive)
OTH Other
RFS Read from shelves

* Denotes a reread