David Barringer, Part 3

Who are your favorite writers?

1. Arthur Rex, Little Big Man – Thomas Berger
2. Gargantua & Pantagruel – Rabelais
3. The collected prose of Jorge Luis Borges
4. A Woman of Independent Means – Elizabeth Forsythe Hailey
5. Jude the Obscure – Thomas Hardy
6. The Naked and the Dead – Norman Mailer
7. Anything by Donald Barthelme
8. Samuel Butler's Notebook
9. Ego 9 – James Agate
10. The recent books by David Markson
11. Jesus' Son- Denis Johnson
12. The Ice at the Bottom of the World – Mark Richards
13. A Relative Stranger – Charles Baxter
14. Invisible Man – Ralph Ellison
15. The collected works of Grace Paley
16. Thank You for Not Reading – Dubravka Ugresic
17. Anything by Amy Hempel
18. Eureka Street – Robert McLiam Wilson
19. We – Yevgeny Zamyatin
20. Mystery & Manners – Flannery O'Connor
21. Anything by David Foster Wallace
22. Big Bad Love – Larry Brown
23. Chimera – John Barth
24. Et tu, Babe Mark Leyner
25. Bats out of Hell – Barry Hannah
26. Mao II – Don DeLillo
27. The Tunnel – Russell Edson
28. All Things, All At Once – Lee K. Abbot
29. Stop-Time – Frank Conroy
30. Devil in the White City – Erik Larson
31. The Satyricon – Petronius
32. The Kama Sutra
33. Emily Dickinson
34. Alice in Wonderland – Lewis Carroll
35. The Death of Picasso – Guy Davenport
36. Requiem – Curtis White
37. Axel's Castle – Edmund Wilson
38. The Waste Books – Lichtenberg
39. Anything by Nietzsche
40. Chekhov
41. From Dawn to Decadence – Jacques Barzun
42. Anything by Lewis Lapham
43. The Mind at Night – Andrea Rock
44. Primate's Memoir – Robert Sapolsky
45. I Want To Spend The Rest Of My Life Everywhere… – Damien Hirst
46. Beautiful Evidence – Edward Tufte
47. On Being Free – Frithjof Bergmann
48. Anything by George Saunders
49. Catch-22 – Heller
50. The Periodic Table – Primo Levi
51. 100 Years of Solitude Marquez
52. Anything by E.B. White
53. Good Scent from a Strange Mountain – Robert Olen Butler
54. Short fiction, Oscar Wilde

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