a fantastic new book on the politics of skyscrapers in New York--and I went to Books for America and I came home with 21 books. Average cost, $2.33 a book. And all the proceeds go to charity. Yay!
Anyway, the hubby and I are going to be out of town for about a week so I won't be able to post for awhile. So I thought I would leave you with some photos to gaze at while I am away.
Murdoch - Bruno's Dream
Piercy - Gone to Soldiers
Woolf - Night and Day
Hemingway - The Sun Also Rises (read it)
Orwell - Burmese Days
Trollope - The Belton Estate
P. Fitzgerald - The Bookshop (read it, need to read it again)
Mulisch - The Procedure
H. James - The Ivory Tower
Collins - No Name
Hemingway - The Old Man and the Sea
Laurence - The Diviners
M. Spark - Reality and Dreams
Wescott - The Pilgrim Hawk
Trollope - Harry Heathcote of Gangoil
Pym - Excellent Women
Edith Wharton Abroad
Drabble - The Waterfall
E. Carey - Observatory Mansions (read it, loved it)
P. Lively - Oleander Jacaranda
R. West - The Return of the Soldier
Have you read any of these? What am I in for?