My Summer 2020 Reading List includes:
- Feux du Ciel by Pierre Clostermann, a WWII Biopic of War Airfare over France on DDay. I am translating this for a friend whose Uncle gave his life on that day and is honored personally in this book;
- Homer’s Odyssey and Iliad: I’m teaching in a Seminary course this summer
- DDay Through German Eyes by Holger Eckhertz: my daughter, Lorin, is using in her “Europe Since 1919” course this fall
- Goethe’s Gedichte (Poems)
- Balzac by Zweig,
- Napoleon’s Russian Campaign by de Segur
- The New Testament from 26 Translations by Curtis Vaughn: –I found these treasures at a used book store in the “Old and Unusual Books” section. A wonderful serendipity for me as these are all in my wheelhouse. So fun, so fun!!
quite a list! enjoy
I love French Anticipation. These some writers which I love:
Peter Randa, Gabriel Jan, Max-André Rayjean, Daniel Piret, B. R. Bruss and much more. I have about 1500 French Sci-Fi books and I have read them twice and the third tour started about three years ago.
Regards from Finland.