Laginappe & Lettered: two sets by MM Serpento


In the First Circle (Alexander Solzhenitsyn)

The Two Gentlemen of Verona (William Shakespeare)

Three Stations (Martin Cruz Smith)

The Four Loves (C.S. Lewis)

Slaughterhouse-Five: Or the Children’s Crusade, a Duty-Dance with Death (Kurt Vonegut)

Six Tales with Easy Endings’ by El Lissitzky in 1922

The Sixth Extinction: An Unnatural History (Elizebeth Kolbert)

The Seven Dials Mystery
(Agatha Christie)

The Eight (Katherine Neville)

The Ghost of Opalina: Or Nine Lives (Peggy Bacon)

Ten Days in a Mad-House (Nellie Bly)

Station Eleven (Emily St John Mandel)

Twelve Angry Men (Reginald Rose)

The 13 Clocks: penguin Classics Deluxe Edition (James Thurber)


A is for Anna Karenina (Leo Tolstoy)

B is for Black Betty (Walter Mosley)

C is for Canterbury Tales (Geoffrey Chaucer)
I dare you to read it in the original.

D is for The Day of the Jackal (Frecderick Forsyth)

E is for Endurance: Shackleton’s Legendary Antarctic Expedition (Caroline Alexander)

F is for Flowers for Algernon (Daniel Keyes)

G is for Green Mansions (W.H. Hudson)

H is for Halloween Tree (Ray Bradbury)

I is for I Will Fear No Evil (Robert A. Heinlein)

J is for Jungle Books I & II (Rudyard Kipling)

K is for King Solomon’s Mines (H. Rider Haggard)

L is for Lost Horizon (James Hilton)

M is for Madeline (Ludwig Bemelmans)

N is for Nightly News (Jonathan Hickman)

O is for Onion Girl (Charles de Lint)

P is for Perdido Street Station (China Miéville)

“China Miéville’s cool style has conjured up a triumphantly macabre technoslip metropolis with a unique atmosphere of horror and fascination.”–Peter Hamilton

Q is for Quiet American (Graham Greene)

R is for Rendezvous with Rama (Sir Arthur C. Clarke)

S is for Snow Crash (Neal Stephenson)

“Fast-forward free-style mall mythology for the twenty-first century.”–William Gibson

T is for Teahouse of the August Moon (Vern Sneider)

U is for Up the Down Staircase (Bel Kaufman)

V is for Vampire Lestat (Anne Rice)

W is for Windup Girl (Paolo Bacigalupi)

X is for XAIPE (e.e. cummings)

Y is for The Yogi Book (Yogi Berra)

Z is for Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance: An Inquiry Into Values (Robert M. Pirsig)


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