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after visting an exhibition that included Bibliomania (a project by Simon Morris) i construted my own list;

  • Adshead-Lansdale, J. (1999). Dancing texts: intertextuality in interpretation. London: Dance Books
  • Alberro, A. (1999). Conceptual art: a critical anthology. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press
  • Asimov, I. (1982). The complete robot. London: Granada
  • Beckett, S. (1984). Collected shorter plays. 1st ed. New York: Grove Press
  • Hesse, H. (1998). Siddhartha. (H. Rosner [Trans]), London: Picador
  • Hesse, H. (1987). The glass bead game. (R. Winston [Trans]), London: Picador
  • Joyce, J. (2002). Finnegans wake. London: Faber
  • Levi, P. (1996). The periodic table. (R. Rosenthal [Trans]), Everyman's library 218. New York: Alfred A. Knopf
  • Melville, H. (2003). Moby-Dick, or, The whale. Penguin classics. New York: Penguin
  • Wells, H.G. (1933). The scientific romances of H.G. Wells. London: V. Gollancz
  • Yamamoto, T. (199u). Hagakure: the book of the samurai. (W.S. Wilson [Trans]), Tokyo: Kodansha International
  • Zalewski, M. (2000). Feminism after postmodernism: theorising through practice. New York: Routledge

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