NYTBR 22 March 2009

Books self is interested in reading after perusing The New York Times Book Review of 22 March 2009:

(1) After reading (or, rather, after reading just the first three lines of) Colm Toibin‘s review of Tracy Dougherty’s Hiding Man: A Biography of Donald Barthelme:

Tracy Dougherty’s Hiding Man: A Biography of Donald Barthelme

(2) After reading James Glanz’s review of Donovan Campbell’s Joker One: A Marine Platoon’s Story of Courage, Leadership, and Brotherhood:

Donovan Campbell’s Joker One: A Marine Platoon’s Story of Courage, Leadership, and Brotherhood

(3) After reading Steven Johnson’s review of Jonah Lehrer’s new book about How We Decide:

George Eliot’s Middlemarch

(4) After reading Alida Becker’s review of Flora Fraser’s biography of Pauline Bonaparte: Venus of Empire:

Flora Fraser’s Pauline Bonaparte: Venus of Empire

(5) After reading Kathryn Harrison’s review of Mary Gaitskill’s new collection, Don’t Cry:

Everything by Mary Gaitskill: In addition to Don’t Cry, her two earlier collections, Bad Behavior and Because They Wanted To

(6) After reading Lewis Robinson’s review of Philipp Meyer’s first novel, American Rust:

Philipp Meyer’s American Rust

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