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May 23, 2006

Tropic of Fermata

Junkie_burroughs Pop-up Books by Robert Sabuda

Anthony Burgess’s list of the best 99 novels published in English from 1939 to 1984

Jack Kerouac's own design for a book cover of “On The Road” (Never used) from a selection of Kerouac Book Covers

Also, covers of William S. Burroughs’s books . (Photo above is of the my own copy of Junkie, one of the very first books I read in English)… The Cut-Up Films of William S. Burroughs (1963-1972)

For a limited time only, Mr. Sun is offering a one-of-a-kind item: The DaVinci Coat. Hurry, order now while supplies last! (Unfortunately, when I flew to NY last month, I bought this trashy novel for the flight, so now I can say with the rest of humanity that I read this stupid, predictable, boring “thriller”, by one of the worst prose stylists in the history of literature)

On the other hand, I enjoyed reading Ken Follett’s Pillars of the Earth and I was glad to read that he is planning a big, fat sequel to it…

“More commas, please.” Feedback from Joyce’s Submission of Ulysses to his Creative Writing Workshop

Pathology in the Hundred Acre Wood: a neuron-developmental perspective on A.A. Milne

Re-post: The tourist map of literature

What is the most profane novel ever written? Trainspotting, Maldoror, Over the Rooftops of Paris?

Once upon a time, a mouse told a browser that there should be more ways than one to find a tale. Share a Tale is a place where all kinds of tales will find a home: published and original - folk tales, romantic tales, science fiction, experimental

Many More Unusual Literary Links Here

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Thanks for re-posting the Literature Map! I saw it before, and lost it. Awesome resource!

Posted by: Eric Hegwer at May 23, 2006 11:03:27 AM

One thing I found out is that people who like Vladimir Nabokov also like Marquez, Joyce, Kafka, and Camus, whlie people who misspell his name as Vladimir Nabakov prefer Thom Jones and Ann Packer.

Posted by: K Welch at May 24, 2006 7:07:02 AM

That darned Mr. Sun gets the inside track on ALL the good gear!

Posted by: Mr. Natural at May 24, 2006 3:17:02 PM