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Wind, Sand and Stars is a work of nonfiction by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry and translated by Lewis Galantiere, © Reynal & Hitchcock 1939
Bewilderment is a collection of poems and translations by David Ferry, © University of Chicago Press 2012
Open City is a novel by Teju Cole, © Random House 2011 You hadn’t heard about Cormac’s Olivetti? Check it out.
The Marriage Plot is a novel by Jeffrey Eugenides, © Farrar, Straus & Giroux 2011 And if you’re curious about Roland Barthes, here’s more on A Lover’s Discourse.
The Tragedy of Arthur is a novel by Arthur Phillips, © Random House 2011 If I piqued your interest on Bloom’s ideas, here’s a link to the Google Books result for Shakespeare: The Invention of the Human.