Readings in 2008

  1. "Against Interpretation" by Susan Sontag
  2. (lit: "Andrés Bello and the Chilean press, 1829-1844") by Iván Jaksic
  3. "Atsumori" by Zeami Motokiyo
  4. "Autopoiesis, the unity of a difference: Luhmann and Maturana" by Darío Rodríguez and Javier Torres
  5. (lit: “The first steps of El Mercurio according to the epistolary of Agustín Edwards Mac Clure (1899-1905)”) by Patricio Bernedo and Eduardo Arriagada
  6. "Carrie" by Stephen King
  7. (lit:"Citizen`s (In)securitt in Tv News") by Javier Hernández and Raul Valdivia
  8. (lit: "The Continuity of Parks") by Julio Cortàzar (re-read)
  9. "Coraline" by Neil Gaiman
  10. "Crime and Fear: The Role of the Media" by Magdalena Browne and Visnja Tomicic
  11. "The Crisis of Islam: Holy War and Unholy Terror" by Bernard Lewis
  12. (lit: "The Culteranism") by Jorge Luis Borges
  13. (lit: "The curse of the headless narco") by Pablo Vergara Espinoza
  14. "Digital TV in Chile: Regulation and Business Models" by Sergio Godoy
  15. "Everything is Green" by David Foster Wallace
  16. (lit: "Everything is multimedia") by María José Pérez-Luque
  17. "Exercises in Style" by Raymond Queneau
  18. "Fact and Fiction: An Introduction" by Chuck Palahniuck
  19. "Frankenstein or the New Prometheus" by Mary Shelley
  20. (lit: "Global Climatic Change: An ethic problem") by Juan Carlos Castilla
  21. "Good People" by David Foster Wallace
  22. (lit: "Growing with the TV: the aculturation perspective") by George Gerbner, Larry Gross, Michael Morgan and Nancy Signorielli
  23. "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" by J. K. Rowling
  24. "The Harry Potter Prequel" by J. K. Rowling
  25. "Hell Screen" by Akutagawa Ryunosuke
  26. (lit: "The Hypertext: Order or disorder, as you wish") by Raymond Colle
  27. "Ikuta" by Zembo Motoyasu
  28. (lit: "The image Simulation") by Jorge Luis Borges
  29. "In a Grove" by Akutagawa Ryunosuke
  30. (lit: "In Defense of Fiction") by Rafael Gumucio Araya
  31. "Incarnations of Burned Children" by David Foster Wallace
  32. (lit: "Influence of news over our world images") by Maxwell McCombs
  33. "It" by Stephen King
  34. "Kesa and Morito" by Akutagawa Ryunosuke
  35. (lit: "Lautaro: Young Liberator of Arauco") by Fernando Alegría (re-read)
  36. "The League of the Extraordinary Gentlemen Vol. 1" by Alan Moore
  37. (lit: "'Legal' Totalitarism") by Julián Marías
  38. "Less than Zero" by Bret Easton Ellis
  39. "Lessons in Fear" by Diana Shaw (re-read)
  40. "The Life of Lazarillo de Tormes and of His Fortunes and Adversities" by Anonymous (re-read)
  41. "Man with niki Lacoste" by John Berger
  42. (lit: "Maths in the snow") by Francisca Araya Jofré
  43. "Mister Squishy" by David Foster Wallace
  44. (lit: "The Movie of the End of the World: Aparitions and dissaparitions of the Villa Alemana's Virgin") by Álvaro Bisama
  45. "Narciss and Goldmund" by Herman Hesse
  46. (lit: "Narrative Art and Magic") by Jorge Luis Borges
  47. (lit: "The Night Devours the Vagrant)" by Pablo García
  48. "The Nose" by Akutagawa Ryunosuke
  49. "Notes on Camp" by Susan Sontag
  50. "Open the Window para que la mosca Fly" by Jaime Espinal
  51. "Other Math" by David Foster Wallace
  52. "Pacha Pulai" by Hugo Silva (re-read)
  53. "Prooved Innocent" by Gerard Conlon
  54. (lit: "Pulsars") by Various Authors
  55. "Rashomon" by Akutagawa Ryunosuke
  56. "Riding the Bullet" by Stephen King
  57. "Robinson Crusoe" by Daniel Defoe (re-read)
  58. "Room 19" by John Berger
  59. "Sandra Milena" by Alfredo Molano
  60. (lit: "Shortest Film") by Julio Cortàzar (re-read)
  61. (lit: "The Spiral: Ending and Beginning") by Octavio Paz
  62. "Stanley Kubrick" by Paul Duncan
  63. "Sturgeon in Orbit" by Theodore Sturgeon
  64. (lit: "Submerged: The sinking of the first chilean submarine") by Gazi Jalil
  65. "The Tales of Beedle the Bard" by J. K. Rowling
  66. (lit: "The task of creating news online - Analysis of the actual online communication and future perspectives") by María José Pérez-Luque
  67. (lit: "That's how they showed them, that's how they looked at them") by Sebastian Valenzuela and Teresa Correa
  68. (lit: "The theory of public sphere") by John Thompson
  69. "Two Dogs Under a Rock" by John Berger
  70. "Uses and effects of media: an use-gratification view" by Alan M. Rubin
  71. (lit: "The View of the Witness") by Rosa Montero
  72. "Writing As Reading" by Susan Sontag
  73. "You Are Here" by Chuck Palahniuk
  74. "Zorro" by Isabel Allende

I've read Exercises in Style recently too. I found it amazing!
Do you read it in french or in other language?

Read it in Spanish... I mostly read books in Spanish. It was a faithful translation and Antonio Ferrer, the translator, said in the foreword that he changed very few things to adapt it to my language.

I can understand. I read mostly my books in french (my language) and in english when I totally desperate with no hope to find it in french.