What I’m currently wrangling via Kindle

My Kindle Queue, 22iii23

Flux Jinwoo Chong

The Echo Maker Richard Powers

Everything Everywhere All at Once: Screenplay

Harvard Square: A Love Story Catherine J. Turco

Chip War: The Fight for the World’s Most Critical Technology Chris Miller

The Presentation of Self in Everyday Life Erving Goffman

Annals of the Former World John McPhee

The Devil’s Element: Phosphorus and a World Out of Balance Dan Egan

Finnegan’s Wake James Joyce

The Guest Lecture Martin Riker

The Confidence-Man: His Masquerade Herman Melville

The Lichen Museum Laurie A. Palmer

Palo Alto: A History of California, Capitalism, and the World Malcolm Harris

Seduced by Story: The Use and Abuse of Narrative Peter Brooks

1 thought on “What I’m currently wrangling via Kindle

  1. j larcom

    I was gobsmacked by your bedside book pile, Pogo. But really, Finnegan’s Wake ? I gave up on that long ago. But there is so much good stuff in the other books. Phosphorus on trial, especially. I am reading Graber’s History of Everything, “A Search for Intelligent Life in the Universe”, a book on Mehta by a Buddhist monk and re-reading the history section of Balkan Ghosts. Still plagued by Time’s ‘winged chariot’, however.

    Reading your final exam/project I thought again, ” I wonder what Pogo thinks about anthropology and profiling.

    We have had a spectacular summer that has just now turned torrid with the high ’90’s today. On this small island we have two lakes and I’m going to dip in one of them late this pm. We have added two roosters to our spread and they are test-marketing the chicken coop that MIchael (Sara’s partner) made out of material salvaged from his construction work. Since they came, I feel like I’m back in Vanuatu every morning. Best to you both. Wish you were my neighbors.



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