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I made this BookTube video tonight. Below is a list of books mentioned in this video-

"Iris Murdoch: A Life" biography by Peter J. Conradi

"Living on Paper: Letters From Iris Murdoch 1934-1995" Edited By Arvil Horner & Anne Rowe

"The Dark Night" by St. John of the Cross

"The Spiritual Espousals And Other Other" by John Ruusbroec [The Classics of Western Spirituality]

"The Novel: A Biography" by Michael Schmidt

"The Summer Without Men" a novel by Siri Hustvedt

"Living, Thinking, Looking" Essays by Siri Hustvedt

"Sexual Anarchy: Gender And Culture At The Fin De Siecle" by Elaine Showalter

"The Civil Wars of Julia Ward Howe" A Biography by Elaine Showalter

"Elizabeth Bowen: Portrait of a Writer" by Victoria Glendinning

"Blake" a biography by Peter Ackroyd

"The Whole Harmonium: The Life of Wallace Stevens" biography by Paul Mariani

""Literchoor Is My Beat" A Life of James Laughlin, Publisher Of New Directions" biography by Ian S. MacNiven

"Edward Dorn: A World of Difference" biography by Tom Clark

"George Eliot: Voice of A Century" biography by Frederick R. Karl

"Edvard Munch: Behind The Scream" biography by Sue Prideaux

I forgot to mention in my BookTube video that today I ordered the latest novel by Siri Hustvelt titled, "The Blazing World". The writer Siri Hustvelt has become one of my favorite writers all of sudden. I enjoy watching her many videos in YouTube. I plan to get ALL her writings for our library. What I enjoy about Siri Hustvelt is her intellect. She is a very smart writer and I love what she reveals of her inner self in her novels and other writings/essays. Hustvelt is real. Her writings touch me both intellectually and emotionally. She speaks to something deep inside of me.

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