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The Year in Reading 2023



I always love to see what other people read during the past year. I can't tell you how many lists and posts I've devoured in the past few days, frequently marking books I want to read in 2024. I hope you'll find something interesting in the books I read in 2023. Here they are, all of them, plus some that weren't pictured.


 


January 2023



February

(from the Library of America Willa Cather volume, Death Comes for the Archbishop)



March



April



May

(from Henry James volume, Daisy Miller)



June



July



August

(from the Welty volume, The Robber Bridegroom)



September



October



November

(from the Goodis volume, The Burglar)



December


Not Pictured:


The Evangelical Imagination - Karen Swallow Prior

A College Unique and Universal - Eva Brann

The Pickwick Papers - Charles Dickens

Miracle & Wonder: Conversations with Paul Simon - Malcolm Gladwell

An Experiment in Criticism - C.S. Lewis

River of the Gods - Candice MIllard

In the Valley - Ron Rash

Master Thieves: The Boston Gangsters Who Pulled Off the World’s Greatest Art Heist - Stephen Kurkjian

In the Margins: On the Pleasures of Reading and Writing - Elena Ferrante

Intellectual Standards - Linda Elder, Richard Paul

The Undoing Project - Michael Lewis



And if you've read this far, I'd like to invite you to join me in the Goodreads Reading Challenge for 2024. You can challenge yourself to read as many books as you like, even if that number is 1.


Everyone have a great reading year in 2024!

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