Books Read in 2011

* indicates in Middle English

  1. Sabriel. Garth Nix.
  2. Throne of Jade. Naomi Novik.
  3. The Namesake. Jhumpa Lahiri.
  4. The Hunger Games. Suzanne Collins.
  5. Nocturnes. Kazuo Ishiguro.
  6. Memoirs of a Geisha. Arthur Golden.
  7. The Voyages of Sinbad. Sherahazade.
  8. Passage. Connie Willis.
  9. Sir Gowther. Anne Laskaya and Eve Salisbury, eds. *
  10. Sir Isumbras. Maldwyn Mills, ed. *
  11. The Thief. Megan Whalen Turner.
  12. Girl with a Pearl Earring. Tracy Chevalier.
  13. The Secret History. Donna Tartt.
  14. The Lieutenant. Kate Grenville.
  15. R.U.R. (Rossum’s Universal Robots). Josef and Karel Čapek.
  16. 1066 and all that. W. C. Sellar and R. J. Yeatman.
  17. The Dispossessed. Ursula K. Le Guin.
  18. The Poisonwood Bible. Barbara Kingsolver.
  19. Just So Stories. Rudyard Kipling.
  20. King Lear. William Shakespeare.
  21. The Lathe of Heaven. Ursula K. Le Guin.
  22. Catching Fire. Suzanne Collins.
  23. I Capture the Castle. Dodie Smith.
  24. The Illustrated Man. Ray Bradbury.
  25. Playing in the Dark: Whiteness and the Literary Imagination. Toni Morrison.
  26. Borderlands / La Frontera by Gloria E. Anzaldúa (50%).
  27. A Mysterious Affair of Style. Gilbert Adair.
  28. Stanzaic Guy of Warwick. Alison Wiggins, ed. *
  29. Three Cups of Deceit. Jon Krakauer.
  30. The Queen of Attolia. Megan Whalen Turner.
  31. Murder on the Orient Express. Agatha Christie.
  32. Wildwood Dancing. Juliet Marillier.
  33. The Outlines of Mythology. Lewis Spence.
  34. The Vanishing People: Fairy Lore and Legends. Katharine M. Briggs.
  35. Sula. Toni Morrison.
  36. Gifts. Ursula K. Le Guin.
  37. King of Attolia. Megan Whalen Turner.
  38. Reading Mélusine: romance manuscripts and their audiences c.1380-c.1530. Tania Colwell.
  39. The Princess and the Hound. Mette Ivie Harrison.
  40. Serenity: Those Left Behind. Joss Whedon, Brett Matthews, and Will Conrad.
  41. An Introduction to the English Version of ‘Melusine’: A Medieval Prose Romance. Robert J. Nolan.
  42. Black Powder War. Naomi Novik.
  43. The Hero and the Crown. Robin McKinley.
  44. Lirael. Garth Nix.
  45. Sir Launfal. Thomas Chestre; ed. A. J. Bliss. *
  46. The Alchemist. Paulo Coelho.
  47. Abhorsen. Garth Nix.
  48. Un Lun Dun. China Miéville.
  49. The Lais of Marie de France. Glyn S. Burgess and Keith Busby, trans.
  50. Fairies in Medieval Romance. James Wade.
  51. The Library of Shadows. Mikkel Birkegaard.
  52. Sunchild (beta). Hanna C. Howard.
  53. A Conspiracy of Kings. Megan Whalen Turner.
  54. When We Were Orphans. Kazuo Ishiguro.
  55. Serenity: Better Days. Joss Whedon, Brett Matthews, and Will Conrad.
  56. Fire and Hemlock. Diana Wynne Jones.
  57. Peter Pan. J. M. Barrie.
  58. The Bean Trees. Barbara Kingsolver.
  59. Politically Correct Bedtime Stories: Modern Tales for Our Life & Times. James Finn Garner.
  60. The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie. Alan Bradley.
  61. Od Magic. Patricia A. McKillip.
  62. Love in the Time of Cholera. Gabriel García Márquez.
  63. Ywain and Gawain. Stephen H. A. Shepherd, ed. *
  64. Lybeaus Desconus. Thomas Chestre; ed. M. Mills. *
  65. The Ear, the Eye and the Arm. Nancy Farmer.
  66. Partonope of Blois. A. Trampe Bodtker, ed. *
  67. The King of Elfland’s Daughter. Lord Dunsay.
  68. Empire of Ivory. Naomi Novik.
  69. Medieval romance and the construction of heterosexuality. Louise M. Sylvester.
  70. The loathly lady in “Thomas of Erceldoune”. William P. Albrecht.
  71. The Song of Roland. Glyn Burgess, ed.
  72. Fairies in Medieval Romance. James Wade.
  73. Voices. Ursula K. Le Guin.
  74. Bellwether. Connie Willis.
  75. Edgewood. Kelly R. Ledbetter.
  76. The BFG. Roald Dahl.
  77. The Borrowers. Mary Norton.
  78. Three Hearts and Three Lions. Poul Anderson.
  79. The Faerie King (original). C. A. Cole.
  80. Kingdoms of Elfin. Sylvia Townsend Warner.
  81. Eger and Grime. James Ralston Caldwell, ed. *
  82. Northern Lights. Philip Pullman.
  83. The Subtle Knife. Philip Pullman.
  84. The Amber Spyglass. Philip Pullman.
  85. The Changeling Sea. Patricia A. McKillip
  86. Mockingjay. Suzanne Collins.

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