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Books I Read in 2001

(alphabetically by author:)
(RB)=read before

L. Frank Baum:  Animal Fairy Tales
L. Frank Baum:  Aunt Jane’s Nieces
L. Frank Baum:  By the Candelabra’s Glare
L. Frank Baum:  Father Goose, His Book
L. Frank Baum:  The Flying Girl
L. Frank Baum:  John Dough and the Cherub
L. Frank Baum:  The Life and Adventures of Santa Claus (RB)
L. Frank Baum:  The Maid of Arran
L. Frank Baum, Emerson Hough:  The Musical Fantasies of L. Frank Baum [The Maid of Athens, a College Fantasy or Spartcaus, The King of Gee-Whiz, The Pipes o’ Pan],  edited by Alla T. Ford & Dick Martin, and many stories
William Black:  A Princess of Thule
Edward Bond:  Saved
Pierre Boulle:  La Planète des Singes (untranslated)
Edward Einhorn:  Paradox in Oz
Suzanne Ferarra, Ph.d:  The Family of the Wizard: The Baums of Syracuse
Camille Landau & Tiare White:  What They Don’t Teach You at Film School
David Markson:  The Ballad of Dingus Magee
Elmer Rice & Langston Hughes:  Street Scene
William Shakespeare:  Cymbeline, King of Britain (edited by Jean E. Howard)
William Shakespeare:  The Life of Timon of Athens (edited by Katharine Eisaman Maus)
William Shakespeare:  Much Ado About Nothing (edited by Stephen Greenblatt)
William Shakespeare:  Timon of Athens (edited by H.J. Oliver)
William Shakespeare & John Fletcher:  The History of Cardenio (edited by Charles Hamilton)
Sam Shepard:  Buried Child
Rolf Soellner:  Timon of Athens: Shakespeare’s Pessimistic Tragedy
Ruth Plumly Thompson:  The Purple Prince of Oz
Ruth Plumly Thompson:  Ojo in Oz
Thea Von Harbou:  Metropolis
David Williamson:  The Removalists

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