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Reading Roundup Wrapup: September 2011

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01 October 2011 | 11:02 pm

Pick of the month: Fade In by Michael Piller.  It's sort of like the Star Trek version of Doctor Who: The Writer's Tale.  Who knew that the making of a problematic film could be so interesting?

All books read:
1. Oliver Twist, or, The Parish Boy’s Progress by Charles Dickens
2. Wessex Tales: That Is to Say, The Three Strangers, A Tradition of Eighteen Hundred and Four, The Melancholy Hussar, The Withered Arm, Fellow-townsmen, Interlopers at the Knap, The Distracted Preacher by Thomas Hardy
3. Sapphire and Steel by P. J. Hammond
4. In Memoriam by Alfred, Lord Tennyson
5. Fade In: From Idea to Final Draft: The Writing of Star Trek: Insurrection by Michael Piller
6. Mary Jane: Circle of Friends by Sean McKeever
7. Mary Jane: Homecoming by Sean McKeever

All books acquired:
1. The Philosophy of Science edited by David Papineau
2. The Scientific Image by Bas C. van Fraassen
3. The Structure of Scientific Revolutions by Thomas S. Kuhn
4. The Wild Girls plus "Staying Awake While We Read" and "A Lovely Art": Outspoken Interview by Ursula K. Le Guin
5. Sapphire & Steel Annual 1981 by Peter J. Hammond
Books remaining on "To be read" list: 344


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