Sunday, August 17, 2008


H., Neaera: Delia Swallow's Wedding, Delia Swallow's Housewarming
—from Russell Hoban's Turtle Diary

HAEREGHistory of the Ironborn
—from George R. R. Martin's A Feast for Crows

HAMMER, E. Karl: Miriam: The Disappearance of a New England Girl—from Heidi Julavits's The Uses of Enchantment

HAMPSHIRE, Lionel: The Twilight of Otters ("a slender volume made up partly of memoir, partly of fiction, which had somehow caught the spirit of its time"); Fallopia ("a bizarre excursion into feminist sci-fi")
—from Jonathan Coe's Middle England

HANNAHAM, Patrick: Gigamesh—from Stanislaw Lem's A Perfect Vacuum

HANSLET, J.R.: All of Them Witches
—from Ira Levin's Rosemary's Baby

HARDING, York: The Advance of Red China, The Challenge to Democracy, The Role of the West
—from Graham Greene's The Quiet American

HARMAN, Marva: "Nucleus, Repent!," in nebulous 5—from Chris Ware's Acme Novelty Library (Vol. 19)

HARALDSSON, Valdimar: Memoirs of a Herring Inspector (pub. Fisk og Kultur, Copenhagen, 1933)
—from Sjón's The Whispering Muse

HARVEY, Philip: Why the Gods Laugh
—from Rex Stout's Plot It Yourself

HASKELL, Kalver (M.A., M.Sc.): THE 99 RULES—of Neuropathic and Psychopathic Heredity, as compiled Empirically from 61,238 Case Histories—Harry Stephen Keeler, Y. Cheung, Business Detective

HASLAM, Silas: A General History of Labyrinths
—from Jorge Luis Borges's "Tlön, Uqbar, Orbis Tertius

HATCHER, Warren: A "history of advertising"
—from Judy Blume's Double Fudge

HEMPLE, Billy: Mr. Monte Zenda of Graustark
—from Harry Stephen Keeler's The Mystery of the Fiddling Cracksman

HENRY, Louis: Sheila Sleeping, Lobster Lays

HENRY, Sheila: The Orange Dress
—from Gilbert Sorrentino's Odd Number

HERITAGE, John: Whorls--John Heritage's Book
—from John Buchan's Huntingtower

HIBBARD, Andrew: The Chasm of the Mind
—from Rex Stout's The League of Frightened Men

HICOX, (Lt.) Archie: Art of the Eyes, The Heart, and the Mind: A Study of German Cinema of the ’20s; Twenty-Four Frame Da Vinci ("It's a subtextual film criticism study of the work of German film director G.W. Pabst")
—from Quentin Tarantino's Inglorious Basterds

HIGHSMITH, Gordon ("Researchist in Sinological Literature and History, and ex-Resident of Shanghai, China"): The Way Out: A Collection and Collation of All the Wisdom of Ancient China, so Classified and Sub-Classified as to be made Applicable to All sorts of Situations and Categories thereof, and to Prove that the Chinese Have Antedated All Knowledge of All Races of All Ages, and Possess—in the Totality of their Recorded Sayings—the Answers to Every Problem and Question: Moral, Enigmatic, Economic, Sociological, Psychological, Financial, etc. etc. ("Copyrighted [copyright covers both text and logical arrangement]; Price $3.50 [Worth $10), VINNEDGE BROTHERS, PUBLISHERS; PHILADELPHIA")
—in Harry Stephen Keeler's The Peacock Fan, The Case of the 16 Beans, The Sharkskin Book, The Book With the Orange Leaves, and The Case of the Two Strange Ladies

HO, Patty: Wolf Trials
—from Friends From College (TV show)

HOLDIN, Don: Golf
—from the film Winter Passing

HOSEN, Hara: Outline of Procedures Governing the Manufacture of Pyrotechnics
—from Yasushi Inoue's "The Counterfeiter"

HUGHES, Felix: The Artifice of Order (poems)
—from Harry Mathews's The Conversions

IKOKA, Takakumi: On the Carpet of Leaves Illuminated by the Moon
—from Italo Calvino's If on a Winter's Night a Traveler

INDEX FINGER: Chasing the Jaw-Line
—from Carrie Olivia Adams's Intervening Absence

PRINCESS IRULAN: Muad'Dib: Family Commentaries, In My Father's House, A Child's History of Muad'Dib, Analysis: The Arrakeen Crisis ("private circulation: B.G. file number AR-81088587"), Arrakis Awakening, Manual of Muad'Dib, The Collected Sayings of Muad'Dib, Collected Legends of Arrakis, The Wisdom of Muad'Dib, Muad'Dib the Man
—from Frank Herbert's Dune

IVANOV, Efraim:
Dawn (1934)
Midday (1932)
—from Roberto Bolano's 2666


Anonymous said...

IKOKA, Takakumi: On the carpet of leaves illuminated by the moon
--from Italo Calvino, If on a winter's night a traveler

JRSM said...

What about the works of Sherlock Holmes?

HOLMES, Sherlock:
Distinction Between the Ashes of the Various Tobaccos (a monograph)
--from Arthur Conan Doyle, 'The Sign of Four' (which also describes other works by Holmes, but without giving titles)
The Practical Handbook of Bee Culture
--from Arthur Conan Doyle, 'His Last Bow'

Monsieur Smith said...

HOPE, Edith
--from Anita Brookner, 'Hotel du Lac'

(I don't have my copy with me, but I remember that two or three titles are mentioned.)

Unknown said...

Howard, Charles E. "The Thief and the Five Fingers"

From Chris Ewan's "The good thief's guide to Amsterdam"

Marianaria Sra. bibliotecaria said...

Harrigan, Drew. Heart on the Right Side.

In Jane Haddam: Hardscrabble Road.

Holmes, Sherlock. A Practical Handbook of Bee Culture, with Some Observations upon the Segregation of the Queen; Forty-seven Methods of Concealing One's Trail; Notes on some Distinctive Characteristics of London Soils.

In Laurie R. King: The Beekeeper's Apprentice.

Hutchins, Cecily. A Lonely Place.

In Amanda Cross: The Question of Max.

Marianaria Sra. bibliotecaria said...

Hannaford, Bennis. (1) Chronicles of Zed and Zedalia; Zedalia in Winter. (2) Zedalia Serenade.
(3) Summer of Zedalia, Winter of Zed. (4) Zedalia Triumphant. (5)Sorcerers of Zed, Witches of Zedalia. (6) Zedalian Mirror. (7) Zedalia in Love and War. In Jane Haddam's Gregor Demarkian mysteries: (1) Not a Creature was Stirring; (2) Somebody Else's Music; (3) Hardscrabble Road; (4) Deadly Beloved; (5) Murder Superior; (6) A Stillness in Bethlehem; (7) And One to Die On.

Nicola Twilley said...

Hartley, J.R.: Fly Fishing
From a famous British ad from the eighties for the Yellow Pages.

Unknown said...

Howard, Charles "The Thief in the Theatre"

from Chris Ewan's "The Good Thief's Guide to Vegas"

The Malum said...

HARGREAVES, Constance:
Wayside Bundle (poetry)
-from Frank Baker, Miss Hargreaves

Sean Ryan said...

What about incadenza, James Orin..... published books on film and lenses fictional within David foster Wallace's infinite jest?

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