The Reading Life Review- January 2023- plans for the future
In January I posted on three works by women and six by men. Six are still living and five were featured for the first time in January.
Home Countries of Authors
1. USA- 4
2. Italy - 1
3. New Zealand- 1
4. U.K. - 1
5. Greece - 1
6. Japan - 1
In January I posted upon four works of non-fiction, two novels, one short story and for Ancient Dramas, three by Seneca and one by Euripides.
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Of the most viewed posts in January, eight of the top ten were about short stories.
Home Countries of Visitors
2. Germany - first time at this level
I have started a new project, Ancient Reads. I hope to read most of the Greek Tradgedies, Homer, Virgil and Ovid in highly regarded new translations. I have collections of Roman Comedies on my E Reader as well as the complete plays of Aristophenes.Beyond this I plan to read Ancient Sumerian works as well as works from India, China, Britain, Japan also in mind. Additionally I have begun to read relevant histories and biographies. Additionally I will include modern Fiction set in Ancient Times.
Books I hope to read and reread by May 1
Rereads by Thomas Pynchon first Gravity's Rainbow, then Against the Day, and Mason and Dixon.
Also on my list is Recognitions by William Gaddis, a work I read about fifty years ago.
I am considering reading for the first time Infinite Jest by David Foster Wallace
I also want very much to read more short stories by Sholom Aleichem
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