Sunday, August 17, 2008

G


GALENDRO: The Fires of the Freehold
—from George R. R. Martin's A Dance with Dragons

GARP, T. S.: Procrastination, The World According to Bensenhaver, My Father's Illusions
—from John Irving's The World According to Garp

GENGLI
Eva:
A Blotter of Wings
Lead Glass Iris
The Shadow of a Wing
A Tergo
—from Brian Evenson's "The Wavering Knife"


GERBER, Michael: Are You There, God? It's Me, Hitler?; Harriet the Guy; I Am the Sleaze; Encyclopedia Brown Gets Punched, HARD; His Damaged Credit Trilogy: Book I, The Golden Whupass; Book II, The Subtle Knish; Book III, The Amber Shotglass
—from the other-books-by-the-same-author page of Gerber's Barry Trotter and the Unauthorized Parody


GERSHON, Douglas: Dictators I Have Known
—from Brett Halliday's Murder Is My Business

GERVASE
(monk): A Viage to the Contree of the Cimmerians
—from Lev Grossman's Codex

GLASS,
Nathan: The Book of Human Folly
—from Paul Auster's City of Glass

GOLD
(Governor, of Delaware): Mass or Mess? (a book "that had angered many Catholics")
—from Harry Mathews's The Conversions

GOLD, L.J.: "You Were Now," in nebulous 5
—from Chris Ware's Acme Novelty Library (Vol. 19)


GOLD, Tovah: For the Student Union Dead
—from Sam Lipsyte's "Deniers"

GOLDSTEIN, Emmanuel: The Theory and Practice of Oligarchical Collectivism
—from George Orwell's 1984

GODDARD (first name unknown): The Rise of the Colored Empires
—from F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby


GOODBY, Sir George: A Dream of Merrie England, Metrical Yarns of a Pipeman, An Optimist Sings, Roseleaves of Memory
—from Anthony Burgess's Inside Mr Enderby


GOTTLIEB, Professor: Modern Crime Detection
—from Rex Stout's Fer-de-Lance

GRAVIS
, Madeleine: Getting Better, et al.
—from Charlie Kaufman's Synecdoche, New York



GREENE
, Milton: From Peanut to President
—from 30 Rock (Season 4, episode 2)

GREENE
, Vicki: Love You to Death (the cover depicts "a vulpine creature kneeling in sorrow at a grave site"), Nightwalk, Wish You Were Here, Dying to Know You, Midnight and Roses—from Jack McDevitt's The Devil's Eye

GREENWICH
, Cullen "Cubby": One O'Clock Jump—from Dean Koontz's Relentless
GRUNBERG, Arthur: Cumin: The Spice That Saved the World
—from Steve Hely's How I Became a Famous Novelist

GWINNETT, Russell:
Death's-Head Swordsman (winner of the 1968 Magnus Donners prize), The Gothic Symbolism of Mortality in the Texture of Jacobean Stagecraft
—from Anthony Powell's A Dance to the Music of Time

9 comments:

bradleyspeaks said...

GODDARD,
The Rise of the Colored Empires
F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby

Michael Lieberman said...

Glass, Nathan

"The Book of Human Folly"

Paul Auster, The Brooklyn Follies

Mitchell said...

GEBSTADTER

Anthony said...

Goldstein, Emmanuel, The Theory and Practice of Oligarchical Collectivism

in Nineteen Eighty-Four by George Orwell.

Peter said...

Gursky, Leo, The History of Love.

In: Nicole Kraus, The History of Love (2005).

Colin Mackay said...

Greedyguts, Master
On Polishing Off The Canonical Hours (40 Vols)

A satire on the clergy who slighted their rituals and observances. One of the many imaginary works found in the library of the Abbey of St. Victor by Pantagruel, the fictional character created by Fran├žois Rabelais, who died in 1553.

Marianaria Sra. bibliotecaria said...

Graham, Eric. War in the Air. (NY: Wayne & Co.)

From: Mary Roberts Rinehart, A Light in the Window.

Marianaria Sra. bibliotecaria said...

Gore, Cynthia (pseudonym of Calvin Gunfer): Vampire Love; Mrs. Carlisle's Folly; Blood on the Moon; Secret of the Labyrinth.

Gunfer, Calvin. The Eye of God.

Both in Incident at Badamya, by Dorothy Gilman.

Geist-Middleton, Hedda. Portraits in Shadow. In The Ghost and the Femme Fatale, by Alice Kimberly.

Gruble, H.M. The Maze in the Heart of the Castle. In The Tightrope Walker, by Dorothy Gilman.

Unknown said...

S. Morgenstern: "The Princess Bride", "Buttercup's baby", The Silent Gondoliers

William Goldman's The Princess Bride & the Silent Gondoliers