The libraryster will become less frequent, as this is my last week of freedom. With that, here are some recent gems:
Raymond Chandler - Farewell, My Lovely His second book, and not bad at all. It is not as good as his first, The Big Sleep, which I highly recommend. It is better than his last, The Long Goodbye. Still, it is a good read.
James Joyce - Exiles Joyce's only play, written between A Portrait of the Artist and Ulysses, it is about Irish exiles and their uncertainty at home. It is a quick read, and for me was worth it as I myself am an exile.
Ivan Turgenev - Home of the Gentry I just started this, but usually enjoy the Russian Romantics, so I have high hopes.
I also had a book of George Hurrell's Hollywood portraits. Oooh pretty pictures.
Finally, all the music this week has been a bust, sadly.