August 2012

Books read in August:

  1. The Tombs of Atuan. Ursula K. Le Guin.
  2. Farundell. L. R. Fredericks.
  3. The Birth of Purgatory. Jacques Le Goff.
  4. Reflections on the Psalms. C. S. Lewis.
  5. Clowning in Rome. Henri J. M. Nouwen.
  6. Owain Miles. Robert Easting, ed.
  7. From the Earth to the Moon. Jules Verne.
  8. Orpheus and Eurydice. Robert Henryson.

Best (only) reread: The Tombs of Atuan
Best non-fiction: Clowning in Rome
Best (only) Middle Scots: Orpheus and Eurydice

Would you look at that? Three non-fiction books in one month, and only one was for my thesis. August was indeed a notable month for reading.

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