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Joe’s Library

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Joe was an avid reader who gained insight and inspiration from his books. They became an important foundation for his own work. He treasured his books, but he did not treat them as too precious to use. He generously underscored and highlighted passages. He often listed topics on the back inside cover with page references for easy referral. There are also phone numbers, fragmented sentences and more.

Some books are covered in marginalia. In a few, Joe would even edit passages. Most of his books have been in his personal library since he originally purchased them – they range in date published from the 1950s to the 1990s.

Now, you can own a book or two of Joe’s, and perhaps get a glimpse into his thought processes and perspective regarding a wide array of subjects.

Please NOTE: All sales of Joe’s personal library are Final.
Thank you.

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Here is what is currently available with more to be added:

99 Poems in translation
A Flag for Sunrise Robert Stone
A House for Mr. Biswas VS Naipaul
A Psychiatrist’s Casebook The DSM-III
After Many a Summer dies the Swan Aldous Huxley
Against Nature Huysmans
Albert Camus and the literature of revolt John Cruickshank
Albert Camus, A Study of his Work Philip Thody
An Outline of Psycho-Analysis Sigmund Freud
Beowulf, The Song of Roland, The Nibelungenlied, The Poem of Cid Medieval Epics
Camus Germaine Bree
Candide, Zadig and other stories Voltaire
City of God El Doctorow
Conversations with Isaac Bashevis Singer Singer with Richard Burgin
Death in Venice and Seven Other Stories Thomas Mann
Finnegans Wake James Joyce
Great Ages and Ideas of the Jewish People Various
Guerrillas V.S. Naipaul
Hear Us O Lord from Heaven… Malcolm Lowry
Herzog Saul Bellow
How German is It Walter Abish
Humboldt’s Gift Saul Bellow
In a Free State V.S. Naipaul
Innocent Erendira and other stories Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Inside the Third Reich Albert Speer
Invisible Cities Italo Calvino
Jacques the Fatalist & His Master Denis Diderot
Julian Green Diary 1928-1957 Julian Green
Lives of the Poets, six stories and a novella El Doctorow
Madame Bovary Gustave Flaubert
Mr. Stone and the Knights Companion V.S. Naipaul
Native Realm Czeslaw Milosz
Nietzsche Walter Kaufmann
Ninety-two in the Shade Thomas McGuane
On Being Blue William Gass
Pale Fire Vladimir Nabokov
Rassalas Poems and Selected Prose Samuel Johnson
Selections – Marquis de Sade Simone de Beauvoir
Spandau, The Secret Diaries Albert Speer
Steppenwolf Herman Hesse
The Ancient Greeks M.I. Finley
The Case Worker George Konrad
The Creed of a Priest of Savoy translated by Arthur H. Beattie
The Diary of a Country Priest</a> George Bernanos
The Existential Mind Edited by
The Future of Illusion Sigmund Freud
The Image and Other Stories Isaac Bashevis Singer
The Immoralist Andre Gide
The Invention of Solitude Paul Auster
The Journals of Abraham Maslow
The Life of the Mind Hannah Arendt
The Mentor Bible Edited with commentary: Michael Fixler
The Mimic Men VS Naipaul
The Mystic Masseur VS Naipaul
The Ogre Michel Tournier
The Penitent Isaac Bashevis Singer
The Politics of Experience R.D. Laing
The Portable Conrad
The Portable Milton Edited Douglas Bush
The Spanish Inquisition Jean Plaidy
The Spirit of Tragedy
The Story of Our Civilization; 10,000 years of Western Man Philip Lee Ralph
The Suffrage of Elvira V.S. Naipaul
The Theory and Practice of Hell Eugen Kogon
The Thought and Art of Albert Camus Thomas Hanna
The World as I Found It Bruce Duffy
Those Barren Leaves Aldous Huxley
Totem and Taboo Sigmund Freud
Tropic of Cancer Henry Miller
Tropic of Capricorn Henry Miller
Visions from the San Francisco Bay Czeslaw Milosz