So on to my Spring reads from this week's meme from The Broke and the Bookish!
continuing with Hamlette's read-along with has been going along just dandy in my absence.
I inadvertently discovered that this book is connected to Notes to the Underground, which I had planned to read, so I added it too.
This book is a response to the one above. I've heard it's weird so perhaps reading Chernyshevsky first will give me some insight
The next book on my WEM biographies list
Reading in May with Cat and Cirtnece (anyone else care to join us?) This will be my 6th reading of the poem.
I'd planned to read this in the spring, but now I think I should read Ovid's Metamorphoses and The Decameron first. Yikes! Why do all these books connect?
My Goodreads friend's book that is based on The Cantebury Tales, which will complete my project for the year. I've heard that his book has made it as high as #18 on Amazon's poetry bestseller list. I can't wait to read it.
Ah, one of my absolute favourites. I'll be reading it for perhaps the 5th time for my Jane Austen Project.