My 2021 Reading


Septuaginta &c.

It’s that time of year when I post a list of my reading from the previous calendar year along with some commentary. I’ve been doing this for several years now and chronicling it on a reading page here. You can get some sense for how and why I read for pleasure on that page. The short version is I read for pleasure in every spare minute I can find simply because I like to. 

This past year I read a total of sixty-six books for non-work purposes. That’s more than the year before, but still short of my goal. That’s okay because it’s not really about numbers. You will see in the list below that a lot of the books seem like they must be work related. That is because the stuff I read for pleasure often overlaps with stuff I read for work. But there is a separate…

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