2014 Reading Challenge

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  1. Women in the language and society of Japan – Naoko Takemaru
  2. Black rain – Masuji Ibuse
  3. Origins of Japanese wealth and power – John H. Sagers
  4. Faust – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
  5. Kokoro: Hints and echoes of Japanese inner life – Lafcadio Hearn
  6. Dogs for dummies – Gina Spadafori
  7. The hunchback of Notre-Dame – Victor Hugo
  8. The mist – Stephen King
  9. N.P. – Banana Yoshimoto
  10. 47 ronin – Susumu Katagawa
  11. A clockwork orange – Anthony Burgess
  12. The woman in the dunes – Kobo Abe
  13. The method of zen – Eugen Herrigel
  14. Four kids, three cats, two cows, one witch (maybe) – Siobhan Parkinson
  15. de-Coding Da Vinci – Amy Welborn
  16. 501 must-visit destinations – David Brown
  17. The fault in our stars – John Green
  18. The metamorphosis – Franz Kafka
  19. Horai – Lafcadio Hearn
  20. Pride and prejudice – Jane Austen
  21. Edward Albee’s Who’s afraid of Virginia Woolf – Michael Adams
  22. Dragons and dragon lore – Ernest Ingersoll
  23. The order of the universe – George Ohsawa
  24. Ideals of the east – Okakura Kakuzo
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