Inprint! Best of 2010. Book Club Picks: Literature Classics. Literary (or almost) Sci Fi & Fantasy; one book per author. The Compulsive Reader. Umberto Eco: Porta Ludovica - Author Homepage. Paradox of Porta Ludovica (A Study of Ambiguous Triangulation) (Introduction) A short explanation on who I am and why this site is named for a place that may or may not be in Milan.
My name is Umberto Umberto (Biography) A small biographical sketch of Umberto Eco. I construct Aristotelian Machines, that allow anyone to see with Words (Works – Fiction & Nonfiction) A look at his literary output, from his novels to his academic texts. Unheard-of Curiosities (Eco’s Writings & Essays) A collection of essays and short writings by Umberto Eco avalaible online for perusal. Reviewers will unhesitatingly recommend it as required reading in the schools (Reviews) Reviews of works by and about Eco, culled from newspapers, magazines, and online sources. In the construction of Immortal Fame you need first of all a cosmic shamelessness (Interviews & Articles) The Professor in interview and articles; also culled from newspapers, magazines, and online sources. A novel, which is a machine for generating interpretations. Thomas R. Pynchon: Spermatikos Logos - Author Homepage. “Interested in sophisticated fun?”
(Introduction) Or: “Why is this site called Spermatikos Logos?” A short explanation of the birth of this site and an introduction to its parents. The reality is in this head. Mine. Title Page. So I illustrated Gravity's Rainbow-- nobody asked me to, but I did it anyway. Most of the pictures are drawings-- ink on whatever paper was lying around, but there are also paintings (acrylic), photos I took, and experimental photographic processes. I tried to illustrate the passages as literally as possible-- if the book says there was a green Spitfire, I drew a green Spitfire. Mostly, I tried to make a series of pictures as dense, intricate, and rich as the prose in the book. The entire project was shown in the Whitney Museum's 2004 Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary Art and is now in the permanent collection of the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis. ~Zak Smith. The Mysterious Flame of Queen Loana - Literary Wiki.org. From Literary Wiki.org These annotations were originally online here.
The project was begun by Erik Ketzan. Part One: The Incident Chapter 1 - The Cruelest MonthChapter 2 - The Murmur of Mulberry LeavesChapter 3 - Someone May Pluck Your FlowerChapter 4 - Alone through City Streets I Go Part Two: Paper Memory Chapter 5 - Clarabelle's TreasureChapter 6 - Il Nuovissimo MelziChapter 7 - Eight Days in an AtticChapter 8 - When the RadioChapter 9 - But Pippo Doesn't KnowChapter 10 - The Alchemist's TowerChapter 11 - Up There at CapocabanaChapter 12 - Blue Skies Are on the WayChapter 13 - The Pallid Little MaidenChapter 14 - The Hotel of the Three Roses Part Three: ΟΙ ΝΟΣΤΟΙ Chapter 15 - You're Back at Last, Friend Mist!
Additional Contributor guideGuide to the Family of YamboFavorite lines Reviews of Queen Loana and recent Eco interviews Village Voice: "Yambo's childhood memories emerge wiki-like". Links. The 100 Best Books of All Time. The World Library is a list of the 100 best books, as proposed by one hundred writers from fifty-four different countries, compiled and organized in 2002 by the Norwegian Book Club.
This list endeavours to reflect world literature, with books from all countries, cultures, and time periods. Eleven of the books included on the list are written by women, eighty-five are written by men and four have unknown authors. Each writer had to select his or her own list of ten books. The books selected by this process and listed here are not ranked or categorized in any way; the organizers have stated that "they are all on an equal footing," with the exception of Don Quixote which was given the distinction "best literary work ever written. " The following list organizes the works alphabetically by author. Fyodor Dostoevsky is the author with the most books on the list, with four. List of the 100 Best Published Works of All Time as decided by the Norwegian Book Club See also A place for poetry - Hello Poetry. Danteworlds.