The books (2022)

Full list of all the books I read (and finished) in 2022. With 72 books, it’s the most reading I’ve done in a long time. A good mix of books I just read to relax at times when I was tired (Zelazny, Van Gulik) and some really good fiction, philosophy and other non-fiction.

  1. Anonymous, De vergiftigde bruid (Di Gong An)
  2. Robert van Gulik, Fantoom in Foe-Lai
  3. Sempé-Goscinny, Les vacances du Petit Nicolas
  4. James Herriot, If Only They Could Talk
  5. José A. Benardete, Infinity: An Essay in Metaphysics
  6. Katy Naylor, Postcards from Ragnarok
  7. Bert Keizer, Leven en werk van Ludwig Wittgenstein
  8. Louis-Auguste Blanqui, Eternity by the Stars
  9. Roger Zelazny, Nine Princes in Amber
  10. Roger Zelazny, The Guns of Avalon
  11. David Armstrong, A Combinatorial Theory of Possibility
  12. Mark van Atten, Phenomenology of Choice Sequences
  13. Menno ter Braak, Het nationaalsocialisme als rancuneleer
  14. Ludwig Wittgenstein, Tractatus
  15. Errit van der Velde, Oneindigheid bij Wittgenstein
  16. Voltaire, Candide
  17. Ludwig Wittgenstein, Filosofische Onderzoekingen
  18. Roger Zelazny, Sign of the Unicorn
  19. Roger Zelazny, The Hand of Oberon
  20. Erich Fromm, The Fear of Freedom
  21. David Z. Albert, Time and Chance
  22. Carl Jung, The Undiscovered Self / Symbols and the Interpretation of Dreams
  23. Jonathan Franzen, How to Be Alone
  24. Jennifer Nagel, Knowledge: A Very Short Introduction
  25. Murasaki Shikibu, The Tale of Genji (trans. Seidensticker)
  26. William J. Puette, Guide to the Tale of Genji
  27. Richard Bowring, Murasaki Shikibu: The Tale of Genji. A Student Guide
  28. Frank Chouraqui, Ambiguity and the Absolute
  29. Haruo Shirane, The Bridge of Dreams: A Poetics of the Tale of Genji
  30. Imme Dros, Taal is alles wat het geval is
  31. Norma Field, The Splendor of Longing in the Tale of Genji
  32. J. M. Barrie, Peter Pan
  33. R. A. Lafferty, The Reefs of Earth
  34. Michael Della Rocca, The Parmenidean Ascent
  35. Adrian Moore, The Infinite
  36. Natalja Deng, God and Time
  37. Thomas Pynchon, Inherent Vice
  38. Friedrich Nietzsche, Die Geburt der Tragödie
  39. Roger Zelazny, The Courts of Chaos
  40. [Unpublished PhD thesis]
  41. Catherine Clément, Opera, or the Undoing of Women
  42. Ted Chiang, Exhalation
  43. Carlo Rovelli, The Order of Time
  44. Adrian Moore, Points of View
  45. Willem du Gardijn, Het einde van het lied
  46. Matthijs van Nieuwkerk (ed.), Zonnegloren
  47. Peter Adamson, Medieval Philosophy
  48. Erin Morgenstern, The Night Circus
  49. Thomas Cathcart & Daniel Klein, Plato and a platypus walk into a bar
  50. Frédéric Gros, Wandelen: een filosofische gids
  51. Johann Hari, Stolen Focus
  52. Emmanuel le Roy Ladurie, Montaillou
  53. John le Carré, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy
  54. Sempé-Goscinny, Le petit Nicolas a des ennuis
  55. Kazuo Ishiguro, Klara and the Sun
  56. Robert van Gulik, Het Chinese lakscherm
  57. Robert van Gulik, Meer van Mien-yuan
  58. Robert van Gulik, Het spookklooster
  59. Robert van Gulik, Klokken van Kao-Yang
  60. Robert van Gulik, Halssnoer en kalebas
  61. Dennis Schulting (ed.), Kantian Non-conceptualism
  62. Robert van Gulik, De parel van de keizer
  63. Northrop Frye, The Anatomy of Criticism
  64. Saul Kripke, Naming and Necessity
  65. Vergilius, Aeneis (trans. Fagles)
  66. Seishi Yokomizo, The Honjin Murders
  67. Jorge Luis Borges, A Universal History of Iniquity
  68. Jorge Luis Borges, Fictions
  69. Daniel J. Siegel & Tina Payne Bryson, The Whole-Brain Child
  70. Lucy Allais, Manifest Reality: Kant’s Idealism and his Realism
  71. Sanjena Sathian, Gold Diggers
  72. Neil Gaiman, Norse Mythology

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