2020 Just Reading: March
Completed reads for March:
- The Cosmic Doctrine, by Dion Fortune
- Theurgia, or the Egyptian Mysteries, by Iamblichus
- Dracul, by Dacre Stoker and J.D. Barker
- The Life of Pythagoras, by Porphyry
- On the Faculties of the Soul, by Porphyry
- The Masque of the Red Death, by Edgar Allan Poe
- The Isle of the Torturers, by Clark Ashton Smith
- Beowulf: A Translation and Commentary, by J.R.R. Tolkien
- First Among Sequels, by Jasper Fforde
- Howl’s Moving Castle, by Diana Wynne Jones
- Castle in the Air, by Diana Wynne Jones
- House of Many Ways, by Diana Wynne Jones
- Gon, by Masashi Tanaka
- Red Moon, by Sein Ares
Iamblichus’ Theurgia is Wilder’s translation. Porphyry’s Life of Pythagoras and On the Faculties of the Soul are Guthrie’s.
Poe and Smith are re-readings of short stories, but I thought I would list them for completeness.
On an unrelated note, you may be wondering about the yellow-and-black symbol at the start of my recent blog posts. It’s simply a Quarantine flag – a wee reminder for posterity of the lockdown circumstances those posts were written under, and a present reminder for non-essentials like me to Stay At Home.