Books I am currently readingEsta página tem uma versão em português. (This page has a Brazilian Portuguese counterpart.)
I am also currently reading the following books:
The Mouse in the Mountain
Lingpa, Traktung Dudjom
A Clear Mirror: The Visionary Autobiography of a Tibetan Master
The Trial (annotated)
McMahan, David L.
The making of Buddhist modernism
Nabokov, Vladimir & Appel, Alfred Jr.
The Annotated Lolita
Stiglitz, Joseph E.
The Price of Inequality: How Today's Divided Society Endangers Our Future
Tarkovsky, Andrey & Hunter-Blair, Kitty
Sculpting in Time: Tarkovsky the Great Russian Filmaker Discusses His Art
The Gospel in Brief (Condren's translation)
Toole, John Kennedy & Percy, Walker
A Confederacy of Dunces
Work, Sex, Money: Real Life on the Path of Mindfulness
At some point, I need to check these out:
Barefoot in the Head
Almeida, Iván & Parodi, Cristina
El Fragmento Infinito. Estudios Sobre “Tlön, Uqbar, Orbis Tertius” De J.L. Borges
Bloch, William Goldbloom
The Unimaginable Mathematics of Borges' Library of Babel
Cavell on Film
It's Not Easy Bein' Me: A Lifetime of No Respect but Plenty of Sex and Drugs
Delany, Samuel R.
Dongyal, Khenpo Tsewang
Light of Fearless Indestructible Wisdom: The Life and Legacy of H. H. Dudjom Rinpoche
William Blake, the Man
Ivanhoe, P. J. & Norden, Bryan William van
Readings in Classical Chinese Philosophy
Conversations With Kafka
The Hidden Life of the Sixth Dalai Lama
The Life and Revelations of Pema Lingpa
Carefree Dignity: Discourses on Training in the Nature of Mind
See also books that deeply impressed me.
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Something I wrote back in 2005, a bit postmodern.
Ubik (/ˈjuːbɪk/ YOO-bik) is a 1969 science fiction novel by American writer Philip K. Dick. It is one of Dick's most acclaimed novels. In 2009, it was chosen by Time magazine as one of the 100 greatest novels since 1923. In his review for Time, critic Lev Grossman described it as “a deeply unsettling existential horror story, a nightmare you'll never be sure you've woken up from”. // “... the group begins to experience strange shifts in reality. Consumables, such as milk and cigarettes, begin to deteriorate prematurely. Also, the group sees Runciter's face on coins and receives strange messages from him in writing and on television. Most of these messages imply that Runciter is in fact alive, while the others are in half-life, or 'cold-pac' as it is informally called. Group members who separate from the group are found dead, in a gruesome state of decomposition.”