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Imported from My Lists: Novels to Read

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American musicals, 1950-1969

Laurence Maslon, editor. |

The wall

John Hersey. |

Cotton comes to Harlem

Chester Himes. |

Nevada

Imogen Binnie. |

The secret of Ka

Christopher Pike. |

Foucault's pendulum

Umberto Eco ; translated from the Italian by William Weaver. |

The monk

Matthew Lewis ; edited by Howard Anderson ; with an introduction and notes by Emma McEvoy. |

Omensetter's luck

by William H. Gass. |

Revolt in 2100

Robert A. Heinlein. |

Just kids

Patti Smith. |

Citizen

Claudia Rankine. |

Novels 1963-1979

Mary McCarthy ; Thomas Mallon, editor. |

Birds of America

Lorrie Moore. |

Vineland

Thomas Pynchon. |

Inherent vice

Thomas Pynchon. |

The golden notebook

Doris Lessing ; with an introduction by the author. |

The round house

Louise Erdrich. |

Going to meet the man

by James Baldwin. |

A clergyman's daughter

by George Orwell. |

Twice-told tales

Nathaniel Hawthorne ; illustrations by Lars Hokanson. |

Mosses from an old manse

by Nathaniel Hawthorne. |

2666

Bolaño, Roberto, 1953-2003. |

Runaway

Alice Munro. |

The Guermantes way

Marcel Proust ; translated with an introduction and notes by Mark Treharne ; general editor Christopher Prendergast. |

Other inquisitions, 1937-1952.

Translated by Ruth L. C. Simms. Introd. by James E. Irby. |

Dreamsongs.

George R.R. Martin. |

After the fireworks

Aldous Huxley. |

The pale king

David Foster Wallace. |

The confidence-man

Herman Melville ; with an afterword by R.W.B. Lewis. |

My Uncle Oswald

Roald Dahl. |

Rose Madder

Stephen King. |

All the king's men

Robert Penn Warren. |

Wyrd Sisters

Pratchett, Terry |

The young lions

Irwin Shaw. |

The assistant

Bernard Malamud ; [introduction by Jonathan Rosen]. |

Sourcery

Terry Pratchett. |

The tommyknockers

Stephen King. |

The Wild palms reader

edited by Roger Trilling and Stuart Swezey. |

Mapping the interior

Stephen Graham Jones ; edited by Ellen Datlow. |

The way of all flesh

Samuel Butler. |

The complete tales and poems of Edgar Allan Poe

with an introduction and explanatory notes by Arthur Hobson Quinn ; texts established, with bibliographical notes, by Edward H. O'Neill. |

Jane Eyre

Charlotte Brontèe ; edited with an introduction and notes by Michael Mason. |

Cell

Stephen King. |

Story of a new name

Elena Ferrante ; translated from the Italian by Ann Goldstein. |