My last semester of law school is currently in full swing; there are a little more than two weeks left of class, then exams, then graduation. Then the bar exam. My reading is suffering a little and this blog has definitely become less frequently updated; I just don’t have the desire to think critically about anything right now.
Just for fun, though, here is a list of titles from the stack of books that currently do not fit on any of the bookshelves in my apartment. Most of them I have read; some of them I have not.
- The Poems of Dylan Thomas, Dylan Thomas
- The Poems of Catullus: A Bilingual Edition, Catullus, translated by Peter Green
- Wuthering Heights, Emily Brontë
- The Dreams in the Witch House, H. P. Lovecraft
- Les Miserables, Victor Hugo, translated by Julie Rose
- Poems of the New Century, Weingarten + Higgerson, eds.
- Elective Affinities, Goethe
- The Endeavour Journal of Sir Joseph Banks, Sir Joseph Banks
- Paradise Lost, John Milton
- Tales of E. T. A. Hoffmann, E. T. A. Hoffmann, translated by Leonard Kent and Elizabeth Knight
- Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell, Susanna Clarke
- The Three Musketeers, Alexandre Dumas, translated by Richard Pevear
- The Later Middle Ages, 1271 – 1485, George Holmes
- Chaucer’s London, D. W. Robertson, Jr.
- Life in a Medieval Castle, Frances and Joseph Gies
- The Medieval Underworld, Andrew McCall
- From Hell, Alan Moore
- The Hobbit, J. R. R. Tolkien, the lovely green, red, and gold illustrated edition
They are all teetering precariously atop my little white shelf and are topped off with a pink knit hat that I never wear.