2019 reads

The Passion According to G.H. — Clarice Lispector
Agua Viva — Clarice Lispector
Near to the Wild Heart — Clarice Lispector
The Listening Society — Hanzi Freinacht
The Book of Disquiet — Fernando Pessoa
Me & Other Writing — Marguerite Duras
The World Goes On — Laszlo Krasznahorkai
On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous — Ocean Vuong
An Ethics of Sexual Difference — Luce Irigaray
Three Guineas — Virginia Woolf
The Bluest Eye — Toni Morrison
Notes of a Native Son — James Baldwin
Trip — Tao Lin
Oaxaca Journal — Oliver Sacks
A Field Guide to Getting Lost — Rebecca Solnit
Call Them by Their True Names — Rebecca Solnit
AIDS and Its Metaphors — Susan Sontag
Time Travels — Elizabeth Grosz
Human Relations and Other Difficulties — Mary-Kay Wilmers
Peripheral Visions — Mary Catherine Bateson
All About Love — bell hooks
Paradise Rot — Jenny Hval
Shift Into Freedom — Loch Kelly
Being Human — Martin Ball
The Wisdom of Insecurity — Alan Watts
Foucault in California — Simeon Wade
The Hidden Life of Trees — Peter Wohlleben

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Happy reading in 2020. <3 Starting off with Year of the Monkey by Patti Smith.
Here are my 2018 + 2017 lists.

Thoughts?