March reading log

Poem 61 – Catullus

On the Genealogy of Morality (1887) – Friedrich Nietzsche

“Ward No. 6” (1892) “In the Ravine,” “A Boring Story” – Anton Chekhov

The Approximate Man and Other Writings – Tristan Tzara (begun; trans. & ed. Mary Ann Caws)

“The Country Doctor” (1910s?) – Franz Kafka (trans. W. & E. Muir; re-read)

“Ten Indians” and “In the Indian Camp” – Ernest Hemingway

Zeno’s Conscience (1923) – Italo Svevo (trans. W. Weaver, 2001; abandoned at p. 120)

Break of Day – Colette (skimmed)

Sanctuary (1931) – William Faulkner

The Well-Wrought Urn: Studies in the Structure of Poetry (1947) – Cleanth Brooks (partial)

Cronopios and Famas – Julio Cortazar

The Winter of Our Discontent (1961) – John Steinbeck (re-read parts of)

Something Happened (1966) – Joseph Heller

‘The Island,’ ‘Firebird,’ ‘Willie’s Throw,’ ‘and nobody objected…’, ‘Mountaineers Are Always Free!’ (1985-1991) – Paul Metcalf (all of these most fantastic)

“Beyle, or Love is a Madness most Discreet” (1990) – W.G. Sebald (in Vertigo, trans. M. Hulse; re-read)

Some poems by Charles Bernstein from Recalculating and All the Whiskey in Heaven

A few unpublished stories of friends

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