Bibliography

Bibliography

my inspiration


Albert Camus


The Stranger

The Plague

Richard Dawkins


The Ancestor’s tale

The Selfish Gene 

The God delusion

Fyodor Dostoyevsky


Notes from the underground and The Double

Crime and Punishment

Herman Hesse


Siddhartha

Damian

Steppenwolf

Franz Kafka


Metamorphosis

The Trial

The Castle

Cormac McCarthy


The Road

No Country for Old Men

David Mitchell


Ghostwritten

Cloud Atlas 

The Thousand autumns of Jacob de Zoet

Black swan green

The Bone clocks

Slade House

Number 9 dream

Desmond Morris


The Naked ape

The Naked Woman

The Human Zoo

Murakami


Norwegian wood

The Wild Sheep Chase

Kafka on the shore

George Orwell

1984 

Animal farm

Coming up for Air

Burmese Days 

A Clergyman’s daughter 

Shooting an Elephant

Keep the Aspidistra flying

Down and out in Paris and London

The road to wigan pier

Arundhati Roy


The God of Small Things

The Ministry of Utmost Happiness

Jean Paul Sartre


Nausea

Modern Times

John Steinbeck


Of Mice and Men

Travels with Charley

Others


Life after Life (Kate Atkinson)

The Romanian (Bruce Benderson)

Freaks of nature (Mark Samuel Blumberg)

A Short History of nearly everything (Bill Bryson)

The Making of the Fittest (Sean B Carroll)

Mutants (Gordon R. Dickson)

The Big Necessity (Rose George)

The Undercover Economist (Tim Harford)

The End of Faith (Sam Harris)

Catch-22 (Joseph Heller)

A Brave new world (Aldous Huxley)

Mind wide open (Steven Johnson)

Voyage to Venus (C S Lewis)

The Prince (Nikolai Machiavelli)

Kringe in ‘n bos (Dalene Matthee)

The Drunkard’s walk (Leonard Mlodinow)

The Festival of Insignificance (Milan Kundera)

Lolita (Vladmir Nabokov)

A Portrait of Turkish family (Ifran Orga)

Stuffed and Starved (Raj Patel)

Gilead (Marilynne Robinson)

The Tunnel (Ernesto Sábato)

Frankenstein (Marry Shelley)

Autumn (Ali Smith)

Adam’s curse (Bryan Sykes)

Alice Adams (Booth Tarkington)

Snowball Earth (Gabrielle Walker)

All the King’s Men (Robert Penn Warren)

The World Without us (Alan Weisman)

The Age of Innocence (Edith Wharton)

Stoner (John Williams)

 

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