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In which I tell you about the books I’ve brought or acquired this fall, featuring my first foray into the adorable Penguin Little Black Classics and my pursuit of literary fiction.

The British Library website.

“A Simple Heart: Little Black Classics #45” by Gustave Flaubert (Penguin Classics)

“A Pair of Silk Stockings: Little Black Classics #66” by Kate Chopin (Penguin Classics)

“Femme Fatale: Little Black Classics #15” by Guy de Maupassant (Penguin Classics)

“Brooklyn” by Colm Toibin (Penguin)

“How to Be Both” by Ali Smith (Penguin)

“Life and Other Near Death Experiences” by Camille Pagan (Lake Union Publishing)

“Daughter of Sand and Stone” by Libbie Hawker (Lake Union Publishing)


“Cute” by bensound.com
“Indie Romance” by Silent Partners

Homesickness, classics, taster, 80th anniversary, penguin publishers, madame bovary, french literature, american literature, the great gatsby, f scott fitzgerald, to kill a mockingbird, harper lee, literary fiction, baileys prize, womens fiction, saoirse ronan, film, jim broadbent, julie walters, kindle first, amazon, historical fiction, winter palace, philippa gregory

Photo: Stacking Books (German Style)/Flickr/Alexandre Dulaunoy