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CSI : 마이애미 속의 로맨스 | - Mystery suspense Thriller SF Horror 2010-07-28 23:58
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예기치않은 작품이나 장르 속에서 로맨스, 그것도 제대로된 로맨스의 흔적을 발견하는 건 나에겐 약간 희열에 가깝다. 어려서부터 타의 (ㅡ.ㅡ)에 의해 로맨스물과 그닥 친하지못하고 머리커서 접한터라 로맨스물을 그닥 높이 평가하진 않았지만, 내재적으로 무척 친하고픈 생각이 많았나보다. 그리고 좋아하는 지인 또한 로맨스의 달인인지라.

 

 

 

CSI : 마이애미 속의 로맨스

 

 

 

 

아무리 재교육와 비평을 배웠더라도 모름지기 (영화나 드라마 시리즈에 나오는) 미인이란,

금발에 푸른눈, 긴머리, 날씬하거나 육감적인 몸매에 고상한 자태 등등이라고

일찌기 도화지에 크레용으로 그리곤 했는데 (이모부가 봤는데 왠지 어린마음에 좀 창피했음)

그녀가 실현된게 (몸매는 조금 아쉽다만)

바로 CSI 마미애미의 칼리 드퀘인 (Calleigh Duquesne)이었다.

 


 

 

야무지지, 일잘하지, 프로답지, 잘 웃고, 사람들을 잘배려해주지 (최근에 새로온 검시관 아저씨에겐 융통성 부족한 라이언은 빨리 결과물 달라고 떽떽거리지만, 칼리는 '어머, 그거라도 해주시는게 어디예요'하니까 검시관이 수줍게 ㅡ.ㅡ 웃더만), 잘챙겨주지, (책집히기 쉬운 부분에서) 감정 잘 안드러내지 뭐 빠지는게 없는데.

 

에밀리 프록터는 일주일에 5번 하루 2시간 (음, 이건 정확한지 기억안난다) 달리기한다. 그리고 트라이에슬론도 한다.

그래서인가 시즌 8에서 범인잡느라 뛰는데 하이힐 신고도 잘 뛰더라.

 

 

여하간, 촛점은 로맨스.

 

 

일찌기 같은 형사인 John Hagen을 사귀었는데..

 

 

 

(앞부분은 증거물인 돈이 없어져서 그거 찾느라 조사하면서 칼리 뒷조사 얘기하다 연애사 나온 부분 + 회상)

 

존 헤이건은 (로 앤 오더에서도 가끔 능력없어보이는 더티캅 의심을 받는 형사로도 나오더만) 칼리랑 잘해보고 싶은데 괴로워하던 (호레이쇼 동생도 형사였는데 - 참 얘기하다보면 호레이쇼 집안도 복잡해요 - 그랑 파트너였다가 살해당하자 힘들어했다) 중에 칼리의 증거물훔치다 나중에 걸려서..자살했다.

 

근데 동영상으로는, 칼리 뒤에서 애처롭게 바라보는 장면이 좀 짜안하다.

 

아참, 저 내용에서 증거물인 돈을 훔친건 재무부 직원이자 칼리를 좋아했던 피터 엘리오트의 약혼자. 피터가 좋아하는거 알고 칼리가 잘해보려고 했는데, 피터라 지레 물러나서 약혼해버려 칼리가 열받았었다.

 

수사능력도 연애능력도 지레 짐작하는 등 후졌다...고 그 엇비슷하게 말했다. 확실하게 물어보지, 바보. 그나저나 남친의 수사중에 증거물돈 빼간 그 여친은 나중에 남친인 피터가 녹음해서 체포하자 자기를 속였다고 난리치며 끌려갔는데, 참나 '니가 먼저 남친 등쳐서 돈 훔쳤잖아!'

 

 

 

 

여하간, 그 많은 CSI 요원중에서 연애사를 이러코롬 열심히 만들어주다니, 게다가 한명씩 다 죽거나 전출되는데 칼리, 인기 많구나.

 

언더커버 캅으로 일하던 제이크가 가장 주도적인 남친으로 등장했다.

 

 

교육당시 가장 우수한 칼리가 연애하느라 차석을 했고 수석은 바로 저 남자가 했다는.. 칼리를 강력하게 끌어당기는 나쁜남자 스타일인데 (중간에 호레이쇼 대신 수사를 맡은적 있는데 실력은 별로더만. 미리 결론내놓고 증거를 맞추는 방식이라 수사에서 배제된 호레이쇼가 나중에 일침을 쐈다. 근데 호레이쇼, 당신도 만만치 않은데?),

 

칼리를 넘 힘들게 했다.

 

그러던 와중에 에릭.

 

에릭은 시즌1부터 등장하여, 여러 인물들과 flirting을 했지만 시즌이 계속됨에 따라 점점 칼리에게 많은 의지를 했다. (한때 에릭은 나탈리아랑 사귀었는데, 그녀가 FBI를 위해 스파이를 한거 알고 화를 낸다. 나중에 지도 그랬으면서...그나저나, 중론은 에릭-나탈리아, 칼리-제이크는 보기에 불안했다고)

 

이 커플을  hiphugger라고 하는데 (중간 에피에서 엉덩이를 안아서...^^;;;) ..정말 싸이트 많더라 (내가 이 얘기 하니까, 그는 '참 한가한 애들도 많지'라고 했지만, 그럼 난...난....ㅡ.ㅡ 췟).

 

 

 

 


 

 

에릭이 다치고 후유증이 있자 뒤에서 사건을 다시 조사하는등 일도 봐주고,

칼리가 다치가 에릭은 거의 정신이 나가서 붙어있었고 완전 로맨스물 빰치게 가슴이 설레였는데..

 

조기 위에 에릭이 자신의 생부로 인해 살해위협받고,

자신들을 조사하던 변호사가 노트북 잃어버리면서 미국시민권 위조 사실 밝혀져서 추방이 걱정되던차에 (스파이였던 아빠가 결국 맘돌려 아들을 풀려나게 해서) 잘 해결되서 칼리가 마중나와서 키스한건데

 

지난주 MBC에는 결혼할까도 생각했는데, 너네 아빠가 반대하더라..라고 번역되었던데

원문은...you father run in. 즉, 추방되지않게 시민권자인 내가 결혼해줄려고 했는데, 그전에 너네 아빠가 먼저 손썼다는 의미.

 

 

 

여하간, 중간에 사건이 무지많았는데....

 

 

 

여하간, 얘네때문에 DVD살까 고민중이라는....

생각해보면, '추리'보단 '로맨스'가 구매의욕을 더 강화시킨다.

 

 

 

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맥스가 재키를 만났을때 (from [재키 브라운]) | - Mystery suspense Thriller SF Horror 2010-07-28 23:38
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(27초대 맥스가 무슨 책을 읽고있는지 무지하게 궁금했다. 알아본즉, 저 책은  Len Deighton이 지은 [Berlin Game]. 첩보스릴러...)

 

 이런거 어디서 알아보냐면, http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0119396/trivia)

 

 

 

이 영화엔 내가 좋아하는 요인들이 많다. 나쁜짓을 저지르지만 완전 속까지 나쁘지않은 인물, 무섭지만 자기 살길 찾아 똑똑한 머리를 쓰는 여자, 순수하게 좋아하는 인물을 위해 사심없이 애써주는 인물. 사기극영화 (con movie)의 핵심인 속여먹는 트릭.

 

 


 

 

원작과 영화의 설정은 다르다. 배경도, 결혼유무도, 피부색깔도, 성도, 이야기의 등장순서도, 음모(?)에서의 비중도...

 

이제까지 원작을 뛰어넘는 영화의 예는 그닥 많이 보지못했다. 아카데미각본상을 탄 [센스 앤 센서빌러티]나 히가시노 게이고원작을 영화화한 [비밀]정도 외엔. 근데, 어째 이건 다른 의미에서 영화란 장르를 잘 이용한, 머리좋은 감독의 작품같다.

 

원작에선 등장인물을 먼저 나열하니까 재키가 후에 오델의 계획을 쇼핑몰에서 알아채는 재미가 없다 (어째 이건 영화 [이끼]랑 반대냐. 영화에선 원작만화와 달리 중요 두인물의 과거사를 미리 보여주는..).

 

여하간, 맥스가 오델의 부탁으로 재키 보석금을 내주고 데리려 가는데...원작에서도 다들 감탄하는 늘씬한 각선미의 소유자인 재키 (팜 그리어)가 실루엣으로 등장할때 맥스가 뿅간다. 하하, 정말 정말 재밌는 장면이다. 코메디의 재미가 아니라, 저렇게 순수한 사랑에 빠질때 제삼자가 보는 그 유치뽕짝 (비웃는 의미가 아니라...)을 음악으로 완전 설명해준다.

 

 

 

 

 

Rum Punch
Elmore Leonard | HarperTorch | 2002년 06월

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

재키 브라운
쿠엔틴 타란티노 감독/로버트 드 니로 출연/브리짓 폰다 출연/사무엘 L. 잭슨 출연/크리스 터커 출연/마이클 키튼 출연/로버트 포스터 출연 | 에이스필름 | 2010년 08월
 

 

 

 

 

 

브리짓 폰다가 멜라니로 나오는데, 그녀의 과거사 또한 재밌고..여하간, 영화의 재미도 있고 영화가 다 보여주지 못하는 원작의 재미도 있고 그렇다.

 

  

 

그다음 참 마음에 들었던 장면이, 재키가 좋아하는 델포닉스의 카세트를 사러 음반가게에 간 맥스. 누군가를 좋아하면 그 사람이 좋아하는 것에 관심이 가고 좋아하는 그 마음에 은근 표현된다. 아, 예기치않은 영화나 소설 속에서 갑자기 무척 공감가는 로맨스 장면이 나오면 넘 재미있다. 며칠전 읽은 요꼬미조 세이시의 [여왕벌]에서도 은근 몇장면이 나와서 재미있었고, 또다른 추리소설가 딕슨 카도 은근 로맨스물에 재능이 많다.

 

여하간, 재키가 듣는 음악을 맥스도 듣는다면 그 의심많은 오델은 한번 의심해봤어야했다. 영화나 미드를 볼때마다 튀어나오는 새로운 음악들, 그 수천만곡들 중에 같이 좋아할 우연은 얼마인지.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Jackie Brown (재키 브라운) O.S.T
O.S.T | Warner Music | 2006년 09월

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

p.s: 페이퍼 제목을 When Max met Jackie를 쓸까 Max Cherry까지 다 쓸까 아님 영어가 아닌 한글로 쓸까 고심하다가 썼는데, 헉 보고나니 youtube 동영상 제목이다. youtube에 검색어를 max cherry + jackie를 넣고 찾았지만, 얼핏 본 게 머리에 남은건지 아님 사람들 머리가 다 거기서 거긴건지..

 

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사람과책 | 2009년 10월

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몇주전 우연히 TV채널을 돌리다가 타란티노 감독의 [재키 브라운]을 보았다. 기대치않게 매우 재미있게 본 영화인데, 그동안 생각나지않다가 우연히 다시 보는 기분은 뭔가 횡재한 느낌이랄까. 그렇게 재밌는데 그동안 생각이 나지않았던게 아쉬웠지만, 그만큼 또 다시 기억해낸 기쁨이 컸다. 그 영화의 원작은 엘모어 레너드의 작품이다. 예전 페이퍼 (엘모어 레나드, 디트로이트의 찰스 디킨스 ) 쓰고서 국내에 소개된 세 작품을 부랴부랴 찾아서 산게 [보안관과 도박사 (Pronto)]뿐이고, [악어의 심판 (Maximum Bob)]과 바로 영화의 원작인 [마지막 모험 (Rum Punch)]는 구하지 못했지만, 영화와는 다른 설정이란 정보에 원서를 주문했다.

 

기다리면서 읽은 [핫키드]는 영화를 보고 얻은 기대와는 달랐다 (지금 [Rum Punch)]를 읽고있는데, 영화의 각본을 쓴 타란티노의 개성이 가미되어있음을 감지하겠다). 어떤 주된 인물이 사건을 이끌고 주변인물이 이를 강화하거나 방해하는 등의 설정과는 달리, 그는 '디트로이트의 찰스 디킨스'란 말처럼 비중이 두드러지기 보단 비슷한 인물들을 등장시켜 서사적인 전개를 이끌어간다. 그런대로 주된 인물이라고 말할 수 있는 연방보안관 칼의 경우엔 그만큼이나 그와 대화하는 그의 아버지가 중요한 비중을 차지한다. 사건의 전개와는 무관하게 보일 수 있는 여러가지 대화를 통해 - 그렇다. 서술이 아닌 인물간의 대화이다 - 사건외의 칼의 모습을 보다 입체적으로 채워넣는다. 

 

그런데 말이다. 사람은 그 순간 자신이 관심이 있는 것을 더욱 중점적으로 보게된다. 그전까지 똑같이 보아도 그냥 넘겨가버리던 것을 관심이 생기면 마치 '주변에 이리도 흔했던가'싶을 정도로. 이 작품은 1921년에서 시작하지만, 주된 시점은 1929년이후 미국의 경제공황기를 배경으로 한다. 보니와 클라이드 등의 은행강도가 연예인만큼의 인기를 끌고, 영화에서 본 것을 따라하고, 사람들은 여러 마이너한 잡지등의 선정적인 보도 등을 통해 이런 정보를 얻고 밀주를 마시며 대화를 나눈다. 보면서 이전에는 그닥 관심이 가던 시대가 아니었는데, 읽다가 그닥 이 시대를 많이 모른다 생각했더니만 여러 군데서 방송하는 영화 속에 1930년의 미국이 등장한다. 안젤리나 졸리의 [체인지링]처럼.

 

추리소설은 범죄소설의 하부장르이지만 범죄소설이란 용어를 대치할만큼의 커다란 비중을 차지해버렸고 범죄소설 (crime novel)이란 용어는 거의 잊혀졌다. 탐정소설, 법정스릴러 등의 하부장르를 구분하는 것이 이제는 큰 의미가 없을 정도로 모든 요소를 다 흡수한 대작들이 쏟아지지만, 추리소설은 일상미스터리를 제외하곤 거의 살인 등의 중범죄사건을 중심으로 이를 저지르는 자와 해결하려는 자와의 두뇌 내지는 물리적 싸움을 보여준다. 보다 더 정교한 트릭을 보여주는 것이 추리소설로 인식되는 가운데, 트릭보다도 인물을 그리고 더 사회적 이슈에 관심을 가지는 사회파추리소설 위에 여전히 엘모어 레나드 같은 범죄소설 작가가 자리잡고있다.

 

범죄를 저지르는 인물에 대한 엘모어 레나드의 시각은 읽는이가 잠깐 어지러울 정도로 객관적이다. 너무나 반복적인 학습효과의 영향이었는지, 범죄를 저지르는 이는 반드시 체포되고 응징되고 환경의 탓을 할정도로 일말의 동정을 일으키는 정도이지만 범인은 나쁜놈이어야 하는데, 작가의 체온이 느껴지지않는 드라이한 문장이 묘사하는 인물은 체포하는 쪽이나 반대편이나 똑같은 인간일 뿐이다. 어떤 사리판단을 배제한채 범죄와 인간을 보여준다.

 

 

 

...어떻게 착한 편은 한명도 총에 맞지않을 수 있었지?

..착한 편은 아무도 없었습니다....p.260

 

 

 

1921년 15살 소년 카를로스 웹스터는 드럭스토어에 들어가 복숭아 아이스크림을 샀다. 마침 약을 조제하던 약사 겸 주인장은 소년에게 잠깐 카운터를 봐달라고 했고, 은행강도 현상수배범 에미트 롱은 동료와 함께 문을 열고 들어와 담배를 달라고 한다 (사건이후 경찰에 진술하는 칼의 대답에서 범상치않음을, 작가의 시선이 좀 다름을 느끼게 된다). '아마도 털자고 들어온게 아니라 제가 거기 서서 대답하는 것을 보고 그 순간 드럭 스토어를 털자고 결심한거 같아요' 에미트 롱은 다음 들어온 인디언부족경찰을 쏴죽이고 달아난다. 그리고 15살의 소년 카를로스는 사들인 땅에서 석유가 나와 부자가 된 아버지가 여전히 피칸농장을 하는 것을 돕다가 소도둑을 쏴죽이게 된다 (여기서 또 '소를 놔두고 가면 살려주겠다. 하지만 그냥 가면 총을 쏘겠다'고 경고했는데, 왜 소를 몰고 가서 내 총에 맞았냐는 칼의 질문에 또 읽는 사람, 어지럽다. 이 소년이 순진한건지, 아님 냉혹한건지).  여하간, 몇년 뒤 에미트 롱은 칼의 손에 의해 죽음을 맞이한다. 복수가 아닌 범죄자를 잡기위한 연방보안관, 칼에 의해.

 

'롱씨, 이해를 돕기 위해 이점은 분명히 말씀드리고 싶습니다. 만일 제가 무기를 꺼내야 하게 되다면, 전 당신을 쏘아죽일 겁니다...'p.66

 

 

한편, 잭 벨몬트란 소년이 있다. 카를로스처럼 유전으로 거부가 된 아버지가 있지만, 자기말고 여동생 엠마의 이름을 따 정유창고 이름을 붙인 불만에 여동생을 익사하도록 내버려둔 녀석이다. 칼하고 동일한 15살, 이 소년은 인종차별주의자 집회 주변의 흑인을 쏴서 죽인다. 어쩜 칼의 정반대 크리마토그래피처럼 비슷한 이 소년은 좀 가엽다. 카를로스는 정말 말도 많다. 아버지랑 별별 얘기를 다하고, 아버지는 허영기가 있는 카를로스에게 끊임없는 충고를 곁들인다. 카를로스는 죽은 어머니를 대신한 아버지의 정부를 가족으로 받아들이지만, 잭은 아버지의 정부를 납치한다. 그 이후의 이야기 전개를 따라가다보면 아버지의 정부에 대한 그의 행동이 이해가 간다, 최종적인 행위까지도. '공공의 적'이 되고픈 잭은 아직 다 자라지 못한 아버지의 애정이 그리운 것은 아닐런지.

 

'디트로이트의 디킨스'란 이름이 붙은게 그때문은 아니지만 (디킨스는 작품속 수동적인 여성상 때문에 비판많이 받았다) 등장하는 여성들은, 남성들에 비해 덜 공감이 간다. 그네들이 원하는게 과연 소도시의 답답함인지, 아니면 희열, 욕망, 돈인지의 동기가 크게 수긍이 가질 않는다, 마치 작품속 언급된 [맨하탄 멜로드라마]처럼. 등장하는 여자중에 베네시아가 가장 기억에 남았다, 룰리대신.

 

(클라크 게이블은 절친 윌리엄 파월에게 사랑하는 여자 미르나 로이도 빼앗기고, 사형을 앞둔 클라크를 위해 검사인 윌리엄 파월이 큰 도움을 못주는 와중에 클라크는 도움을 거절하고, 왜???? 사형집행후 윌리엄과 미르나는 해피엔딩이라니... 존 딜린저가 이 영화를 보고 나가다가 경찰의 체포사격에 죽었다)

 

마치 삼각형처럼 또 한축은 토니 안토렐리란 기자이다. 그는 신문사 기자에서 출발했지만, 확인안된 사실, 재확인을 하지않은 일방적인 진술, 화려한 미사어구를 쓰는 통에 바로 짤리고 [트루 디텍티브 미스테리]란 잡지에 범죄르뽀기사를 싣는다. 그에겐 새로운 범죄자를 만나서 그의 이야기를 듣고 범죄현장에서 이를 목격하고 글을 쓰는 것이 인생의 모든 것이다. 

 

밀주를 제조판매하는 이들을 응징하겠다며 바로 총을 들어 쏴버리는 전직연방요원과 그가 이용하는 KKK단, 밀주업자을 체포하는 것보다는 죽여버리는 이 전직요원의 체포가 먼저인 칼의 대치를 보여주면서, 이들이 표방하는 정의란 과연 무엇인가를 보여준다. 법이라고 내세우지만 결국은 개인적인 가치관에 따라 우선순위를 정해버리는 인물들. 

 

하지만, 그 어떤 평가도 내세우지않는다. 해고당했다고 암살을 기도하는 인물을 기자와 만나게 해주겠다며, 유명하게 만들어주겠다고 유인을 하는 등 과연 이걸 코미디로 봐야할지 아니면 은행강도 아니면 영화배우가 인기최고이던 시절 아무것도 없으면 악명이라도 쌓겠다고 마음을 먹는게 당연했던건지, 여하간 읽는이를 그 시대에 퐁당 담궈 생생한 경험을 하게 해준다 (그러나, 생생한 대화는 번역작인지라 그맛을 십분 느끼진 못하겠다).

 

 

 

 
그뭐랄까, 읽다가보면 마치 클린트 이스트우드처럼 생긴 주름많고 인상쓰고 건조하고 낮은 목소리로 모든 수사어구 다 빼고 간결체에 3인칭시점으로 옛날이야기를 해주는거 듣는 느낌이 든다. 3인칭시점이지만 은근 말하는 이의 존재감이 묵직하게 자리잡는.
 
...버질이 말했다. "그래서 넌 그 몸집만 큰 멍청이에게 기분이 상했고? 그 자는 분명 읽지도 쓰지도 못하는 인간이기 때문에 은행털이나 할 수 밖에 없는거야. 세상에 철 좀 들려무나....그래도 네가 한 말의 뜻이나 네 기분은 이해한다..."
"아버지라면 어떻게 했겠어요?"
"너와 똑같아. 가만히 있었을거야. 하지만, 전성기에....난 그 아이스크림콘을 그 빌어먹을 자식의 코에 쑤셔박았을 거다."...p.17
 
 

 

1) 1930년대 유명했던 은행강도들 : '보니와 클라이드' (1930년대 대공황기 미국을 public enemy era라 불리우게 만드는데 일조를 했던 은행강도. 1931~1934.5.23 [핫키드] 속에선 은행강도를 동경하는, 잭이나 룰라 등에 의해 미화되지만 은행뿐만 아니라 작은 가게도 털고 경찰이나 민간인도 죽였다)  

 


FBI가 public enemy라고 부른 인물중에 '존 딜린저'

 

그 당시의 대저택이 2만5천달러였으니, 저만큼의 현상금이 붙었다함은 그만큼 강도전과 전력이 화려하다는거. 시카고엔 알 카포네가 있었고, 밀주와 KKK단이 있었던 시대에 불황의 원인으로 지목된 은행만을 털어 로빈후드로 받들여지며 탈옥을 한다던가 경찰을 피해 여친과 도망을 하는 등의 센세이션을 불러일으킨 범죄자이지만 그 시대 인기최고의 인물.
그를 딴 영화도 있다. 제목또한 [퍼블릭 에너미]

 
 
[핫키드]의 룰라가 동경했던 '프리티 보이 플로이드'
난 진짜 프리티한줄 알았다 ㅡ.ㅡ 여하간, 자신에게 붙은 현상금 금액이 생각보다 적으면 화를 냈다곤 하는데..참.
 
 
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Fly to the sky - Missing you | Hear 2010-07-25 01:54
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무척 간만에 이 노래를 누군가 부르는 것을 들었다. 노래제목이 생각이 안날 정도로 잊고있었는데... 아이팟에 저장된 fly to the sky의 노래들을 며칠전에 지워버린게 기억났다. 노래란 참 묘한게 어느 순간엔 그동안의 잊혀졌던 존재감을 보상하듯 무척이나 강력하게 다가온다. 아마도 노래엔 추억과 감정이 실려있었서 그런지도.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

밤에는 보다 감성적이 되기 싶다. 감정에 빠져들때마다 절절하다 느끼는 건, 다음의 시.

 

 

 

The Night has a Thousand Eyes

 

                              Francis William Bourdillon

 

 

 The night has a thousand eyes,
 And the day but one;
 Yet the light of the bright world dies
 With the dying sun.

 The mind has a thousand eyes,
 And the heart but one:
 Yet the light of a whole life dies
 When love is done.
 

밤은 천개의 눈을 가지고 있으나,

낮의 눈은 단지 하나;

그러나 세상의 빛은 사라진다,

지는 태양과 함께.

 

정신은 천개의 눈을 가지고 있으나,

가슴의 눈은 하나뿐:

그러나 세상의 빛은 사라진다,

사랑이 다할때.


 

그립다.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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[도서]맛에 빠진 록 스타

알렉스 카프라노스 저/장호연 역
마음산책 | 2010년 07월

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브릿팝을 좋아하고, 얼터너티브 락이나 유로댄스를 좋아하고, 특히 무표정한 얼굴로 신나는 노래를 부르는 가수를 좋아하는데 저기에 다 하나씩 걸친 이들로는 나이가 들어도 핫핑크를 고수해주시는 pet shop boys가 있다. 손담비는 무대에 오르기 전에 '나는 섹시하다'고 주문을 외우는데, 나라면 요 음악이 딱이다.  Pet Shop Boys - Did You See Me Coming 가사인즉, '나 못봤어? 나 한번보면 잊혀지지않는 인물이야...'하는 자뻑 내용이다. 그뒤를 잇는 강력한 이들이 나왔으니 Franz Ferdinand, Franz Ferdinand - No You Girls 어쩜 지가 부르는 노래에 다들 춤추는데 알렉스, 지는 책에서 나오는 말 (p.172) 마따나 '불가해한(Inscrutable) 표정을 짓고 있냔 말이지.

 

여하간, 번역자처럼 난 록밴드라 하면 공연끝나고 사고치거나 파티하고 마약하고 술먹고 여자불러서 진탕놀고..하는 이미지가 너무 박혔는지라 (그렇게 안나온 영화 있었어? 다 그랬지 뭐 ㅡ.ㅡ), 공연 끝나고 맛집 찾아다니며 영국 가디언지에 컬럼썼다는게 너무 신선했다. 그러니까, 공연이나 24시간녹음 끝나고 배고픈데 그나라 담당자 따라서 들어가서 밥먹고 호텔방에 들어와서 자던가 글쓰고 이메일로 띡 보내는 장면이 당최 넘 신선하지 않은가 (근데 난 언제나처럼 왜 저렇게 책이름을 지었을까, 왜 밴드이름이 저걸까..등등이 매우 궁금한 인물인데, 당최 앞의 두음이 F로 맞는다며 세계 1차대전의 시발점이 된 오스트리아 대공 이름을 딴 이들의 정신세계가 정말 궁금했는데, 그러기에 이런 컬럼이 가능했는지도).

 

게다가, 읽다가보니 어찌나 기특한지 맛없는거 먹어도 대놓고 투덜대지않고 (아아, 주변에 그런 인물 하나 있어봐라. 아주 가끔 정말 x같은 맛과 서비스를 대신 시원하게 불평해줄 수 있지만 - 그렇지만 불평하고 새로 음식을 받는다는 것은 폭탄받는 것과 같다. 주방에서 뭔 앙심을 품었을지 아나? - 먹을때마다 '맛없어'라고 말하면 당최 맛을 음미할 수가 없다) 대략 먼산을 보면서 뜬구름 잡으며 말을 흘려준다 (그래도 다 안다, 맛없다는건지 맛있다는 건지. 맛이 있으면 씹느라 정신없다며!). 전직 요리사였음에도 생색 안내고 가끔 과거 올챙이적과 현재의 개구리 시절을 비교하면서도 어떤 결론도 내지않는 성격이라 가능한지도.

 

 

음식얘기가 이야기의 동기이지만, 음식이 중심이 아니라 음식으로 매개된 소소한 이야기들이다. 아주 짧은 이야기인것처럼 (원제인 'sound bites'는 연설이나 인터뷰중 가장 핵심적이고 요약적인 부분을 의미한다), 원 컬럼 (http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/series/alexkapranosonfoodanddrink)도 번역된 하나씩의 장도 짧다. 그런데 이 짧은 컬럼속의 이미지와 감상을 따라가노라보면 조금씩 감정이입이 된다.

 

 

5살을 혹하게 한 푸른 케익, 8살임에도 플라스틱컵으로 음료를 먹는 분노 (푸하하하), (노래부르고 듣느라 지쳤는데 음식먹으면서도 들어야하는게 귀가 아펐을거라 생각되는데) 음악이 나오지 않는 레스토랑을 반가워함, 전직요리사라 피나오는 재료를 큰 칼로 엄청 두드리고 털뽑았음에도 영화속 수술장면에서 기절하질 않나 (하하하하), 공연이 끝나고 집에 돌아와서 천장에서 새는 물이나 세탁물이 가득찬 여행가방 (으음, 난 화려하다고만 생각했는데,,생각해보니 누구든 여행가방은 스스로 풀지않을 수 없구나), 싱가포르 호텔에서의 신속한 복수(오오옷, 복수는 냉혹한게 아니라 신속하게 하는거래!), 스코틀랜드의 책마을에서 '인육먹는 과거 이야기'를 찾는 이야기라든가...그중에 가장 느낌이 좋았던것은 아침에 일어나서 주변에 밴드멤버의 목소리가 들리지않으면 이상하다든가, 누구는 먹을때 어떤 습관을 보인다는가를 잘 알고 있는 건조하지만 애정어린 감상이었다 (난 다정한 사람이 좋아!).

 

 

원래 컬럼에는 없었(..인터넷 사이트에는 없었다) 던 같은 멤버인 앤드류 놀스의 일러스트레이션, 정말 밍밍했는데 (식탁보다 작은 사람이라 비율이 잘못된 건줄 알았어. ㅡ.ㅡ) 가끔 엄청난 존재감을 보여주는지라 (중간에 얼굴들만 나와서 정말 깜짝놀랐어ㅡ.ㅡ ), 솔직히 여기엔 멋진 음식 사진이 들어가는게 더 좋지않았을까..란 생각이 잠깐 들었지만, 자세한 번역자의 주석으로 보강되어 과거 나의 경험을 추가해 상상하는것도 괜찮단 생각이 들었다.

 

 

읽으면서 생각해보건데, 예전 여권에 도장찍기 취미를 살리던 시절엔 여행에서 음식이 큰 비중을 차지하지 못했던거 같다. 그땐 그림보고 박물관, 공연 찾아다니는게 훨씬 중요한지라 하루중 짧은 개장시간을 챙기느라 대강 끼니만 챙겼는데, 최근에 동남아나 일본여행에서야 진정한 미각여행의 개념이 쬐금 들어섰다 (따끈따끈한 고로께 먹고싶어~~~).

 

이 책에서 파악한 것은, 꼭 이태리에서 이태리 음식을 먹으려들지않아도 된다는 것. 워싱턴에서  정말 맛있는 스코틀랜드음식을 먹을 수 있으므로 (다만, 뮌헨의 크리스마스마켓 장면이 너무 좋아 마치 계피들어간 따뜻한 와인이 연상되서..으음, 기회되면 꼭 가야쥐). 마음만 열면, 좋아하는 사람들과 함께라면 뭐든 좋지않을까. 맛없는데 상처줄까봐 불평못하면 먼산보면서 과거 연인과의 대화를 연상하던가, 정말 열받으면 신속한 복수해주면 그만인걸 ^^

 

 

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[도서]여왕벌

요코미조 세이시 저/정명원 역
시공사 | 2010년 07월

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긴다이치 고스케가 활약하는 작품은 장단편 모두 77편이라고 하는데 이 작품은,

 

혼징살인사건 (1946)

옥문도 (1947)

蝙蝠と蛞蝓

黒猫亭事件

殺人鬼

黒蘭姫

밤산책 (1948)

팔묘촌 (1949)

死仮面

이누가미일족 (1950)

女怪

백일홍아래에서

여왕벌 (1951)

악마가 와서 피리를 분다 (1951~1953)

 

에서 13번째 작품이다 (리스트참조: http://www.yokomizo.to/chronicle/index.htm)

 

 

 

국내에 소개된 작품들은 대체로 한 마을이나 한 가문에 이어진 질병, 왜곡된 집념이나 원한 등이 개인에게 덮어씌어줘 연쇄적인 사건을 일으키면서 매우 끈적끈적한 분위기를 연출했는데, 이번 작품은 약간 분위기가 다르다. 월금도라는 섬이 나오고 과거의 역사가 소개되길래 이번 작품에서도 전체적인 분위기를 좌우하나 싶었더니, 그것은 평이한 배경으로만 소개된다. 물론, 범상치않은 배경이므로 일상에서 벗어난 사건들이 일어나는데 적격인 배경이지만.

 

요코미조 세이시의 작품은 언제나처럼 여름의 납량특집으로 잡기에 딱 적격이다. 손에 잘 잡히는 알맞은 사이즈에 부드러운 커버, 표지부터 약간 의시시하게 만들면서 최근의 일본추리물과 달리 후다닥 읽히지않고 각종 주석부터 꼼꼼하게 챙기면서 차근차근 읽어가면, 한동안 빠져있다가 눈길을 들어도 아직 읽을 분량이 많이 남아있어 기쁘다.

 

 

과거 가마쿠라막부의 요리모토와 인연을 맺은 여인이 자신에게 가해질 위협을 피해 숨어들어가 살았던 월금도엔 지금도 그의 후손이라는 다이도지가가 살고있었다. 마치 요리모토 대장을 혹하게 했던 미모가 다시 살아나듯 가문에는 절세미인이 태어났는데, 고토에의 딸이자 이제 19살이 되는 도모코는 그 아름다움이 스스로만 모를뿐 대단하였다. 19살이 되면 도쿄에 있는 양부 (가문의 데릴사위인지라 다이도지 성을 이은) 다이도지 긴조에게 가서 살기로, 죽은 엄마 고토에가 부탁을 했는데.. (그 부탁에는 또 심오한 의미가 들어있었다)

 

그리하여, 5월 25일 생일을 앞두고 도모코는 집안에 얼마안남은 가족, 할머니 마키, 가정부겸 가정교사 가미오 히데코, 하녀 시즈카를 데리고 양부를 만나러 본토로 간다. 잠시 머물러 해후하기로 한 호텔 쇼라이쇼에서 그녀는 자신더러 다시 월금도로 돌아가라는 협박을 받고..

 

도모코를 다시 돌려보내라는 협박이 다이도지 긴조와 가노 다쓰고로 변호사가 모시는 의문의 후원자에게 날아오기에 가노 변호사는 이전에 안면이 있던 명탐정 긴다이치 고스케에게 사건을 의뢰한다.

 

도코모는 양부에게 가면서 19년전 자신의 생부의 죽음의 현장을 찾고, 마치 그 비밀의 현장에서 발견된 부러지고 피가 묻은 월금처럼, 연쇄적으로 자신의 주변에서 일어나는 살인사건에서 비슷한 유형을 발견, 두려워한다.

 

연속적으로 일어나는 4번의 살인사건.

 

 

 

..언제부터 그사람이 수상하다고 생각하기 시작하셨는지요?

 

긴다이치 고스케왈, ...이런 얘기를 하기란 괴롭습니다. 많은 사람이 살해당한 후에 처음부터 그 사람을 주목하고 있었다니 도리로도 할말이 아니니까요...p.537

 

 

 

역시나, 절대 가까이해선 안되는 명탐정 긴다이치 고스케는 이 수많은 살인사건과 또 살인 (그러니까 과거 살인사건 빼고 사람이 죽어간게 6명 + 살인미수 1건)이 일어나는 처음부터 범인을 의심하고 있었으면서 막지도 못했다니!!!!! 도리가 아닌거 알면 처음부터 막아야 하는거 아냐!

 

 

여하간, 월문도 - 호텔 쇼라이쇼 - 도쿄 - 월문도로 이어지는게 [밤산책]과 비슷하지만, 훨씬 더 자연스럽고 이야기의 연결도 부드러우면서 상황에 맞는 사건들이 벌어지는게 흥미진진하다.  

 

단, 밀실살인사건 트릭이 허무했다. 19년전 사건도 그렇지만, 호텔에서 알리바이 조사할때 그 '범인'에 대해 너무 허술했던거 아냐? 창문이라니!!!!!!

 

 

그나저나, 절세미인과의 만남이 가슴설레인다...고 띠지엔 [링]의 작가 스즈키 고지가 한마디했다는데, 긴다이치 고스케의 작품엔 절세미인은 얼마든지 나온다. 작품마다 나온다. 다만, 이 절세미인을 둘러싼 미친 음모과 사건들이 어떻게 전개되느냐가 다를뿐이지. 그러고보면, 이들 절세미인들은 다들 음모만 이끌어내거나 상황을 악화시킬뿐 당최 뭔가 하는게 없다. 여주인공이 환경이 달라짐에 따라 청순-요염 등을 왔다갔다 하는걸 더 살렸더라면 흥미는 더 배가 되었을지 모르는게 약간 아쉽다.

 

결국 절세미인 도모코를 추구하는 구애자들 중에 승리한 인물 (흠, 승리할 수 밖에없는 여건이었어 ㅡ.ㅡ)과의 대화 등등은 요코미조 세이지가 로맨스물로 잘 다룰 수 있음을 보여준다 (강한 별 어쩌고..등등은 괜찮았어!) ^^

 

 

 

 

p.s: 1) 등장인물 정리 (읽으면서 요거 정리하는 맛도 재미 ^^)

 

다이도지 데쓰마 : 월문도 다이도지가, 고토에의 아빠며 도모코의 할아버지

마키 : 데쓰마의 아내, 고토에의 엄마며 도모코 할머니

고토에 : 도모코의 엄마이자 고전적 절세미인

도모코 : 여자주인공, 19세의 절세미인

가미오 히데코: 고토에와 도모코의 가정교사 겸 가정부, 40대

구사카베 데쓰야; 가명, 도모코의 생부

하야미 긴조 : 후에 다이도지 긴조, 도모코의 양부

쓰타요: 고토에의 하녀이자 긴조의 수발을 드는 (실상) 아내

후미히코 : 도모코의 의붓남동생, 긴조-쓰타요의 아들

가노 다쓰고로: 변호사

다몬 렌타로: 조각미남 (히비노 겐타로)

쓰쿠마 류마: 정,재계 암흑의 실력자

유사 사부로: 도모코 구애자

미야케 요시부미: 도모코 구애자

고마야 다이지로: 도모코 구애자

괴노인

이나미 료헤이: 쓰타요의 오빠겸 다이지로 긴조의 집사

히메도 도사쿠: 호텔 정원지기

그리고,

의문의 존재 하나 더

 

 

2) 작가의 작품중에서 두번 영화화, 다섯번의 드라마화된 이유는 아마도, 엽기적인 면이 덜하고 이야기의 구성이 세밀하게 전개되는데다 절세미인과 구애자 등등이 나와서 더 영상화가 많았는지 모르겠다.   

 

 

이건 애니메이션 극장판 예고편

 

 

 

 

이건 1978년도 극장판 (1분대의 덥수룩 머리의 긴다이치 고스케 ㅡ.ㅡ

그나저나, 그닥 대를 이어서 난리를 칠 미모는 아니던데... 하지만, 모르는게 예전 일본갔을때 게이샤의 공연을 본적이 있는데, 대단한 미모는 아니지만 그 노래부르는 목소리나 손짓과 목덜미, 시선 등은 내가 여자인데도 거의 이틀은 눈에 아른거렸다. 그때서야 요코미조 세이지 등의 작품속에서 흐르는 그 끈적하고 집념어린 에로스를 약간 이해할 수 있을것 같았다)

 

 

 


 


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귀엽다, 탐정도 작가도. | Mystery + (정리중) 2010-07-21 21:11
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위 상품을 구매하면, 리뷰등록자에게 상품판매대금의 3%가 적립됩니다. (상품당 최대 적립금액 1,000원) 애드온 2 안내

여름벌레가 울어대는 와중에 약간 더운듯 약간 시원한듯 나른한 분위기에서 읽었는데 어찌나 이 작품에 대한 느낌과 딱 떨어지는지. 느긋한 마음으로 어딘가 여행지의 자연 속에서 읽으면 딱 좋을듯하다. 1978년도 작품인지라..라고도 말할 수 있고, 1978년도 작품임에도 불구하고...라고도 말할 수 있는, 뭔가 덜 스피디하고 덜 센세이셔널하지만, 추리소설의 본연의 맛은 은근히 품고있다. 이번작품의 영제가 A is for annoyance라는데, 향후에 더 나올 아 아이이치로의 전도와 도망은 어떤 영제가 붙을지 궁금하다 (분명 다음은B is for ,,,일거야).

 

아 아이이치로(亞 愛一郞)는 키도 크고 이목구미도 단정하고 피부도 하얀게 귀족수재를 연상시키는데다가 학자처럼 지적인 눈, 시인과 같은 낭만적인 분위기를 풍기는데가, 입매는 스포츠맨처럼 야무지고 옷차림도 점잖은 서른중반의 남자. 요즘 즐겨보는 케이블방송의 '익스트림 데이트쇼 러브체인지'에 나가면 일단 일차에서 호감을 얻을 만한 남자이다.


 


 

근데, 입을 열었다하면 행동을 했다하면 그의 입과 행동이 그를 배반하는데...그러니까 '익스트림...러브체인지'에선 2차에 모든 불을 다 꺼뜨릴 수 있겠다. 그래도, 여전히 미모의 덕은 남아 수사차 가는 기차안에서 도시락을 산다던가 목격자의 증언을 듣는데 유리하다.

 

직업은 카메라맨이지만, 그닥 돈되는 거라기보단 구름, 벌레, 뼈..등을 찍으며 관찰력이 은근 뛰어나 여기 작품집에 수록된 여덟사건의 핵심을 꿰뚫는다.

 

수록된 사건은 무난한듯 하지만, 은근 기발한 해석을 가져오는데...

 

신인상도 탔던 'DL 2호기사건'에선 비행기폭파협박을 받은 기업가의 정신세계와 확률을 분석하고,

 

'미기우데산 상공'에선 예리한 후각을 (흠흠, 나도 풀었네그려),

 

'삐뚤어진 방'에선 좌우대칭의 아파트구조를 캐치하고,

 

..."경찰에 신고하고 허가를 받은 다음에 하는게 어떻겠나" 고아미가 말했다. 말은 그렇게 했지만 어디까지나 말뿐이었다. 사실은 기도가 무단으로 401호에 침입하기를 가슴 두근거리며 기다리고있었다...p.127

 

(푸하하하, 나도 가슴 두근거리면서 기다렸어 ^^)

 

 

'손바닥 위의 황금가면'에선 피해자가 떨어뜨린 가면을 파악해 약간 좌절하려는 형사를 도우며,

 

'G선상의 족제비'에선 우리들 일상에서 마주치는 교묘한 암시를,

 

'발굴된 동화'에선 암호를 푼다.

 

...유리상자라고 실은 그 한가운데가 해골모양으로 파내져있거든요...유리과 공기는 빛의 굴절률이 다르거든요...해골구멍에 유리와 굴절률이 동일한 액체를 넣으면...빛이 굴절하지않고...유리구멍은 안보이게되죠....은색가루를 섞어...흔들면 은색금속이 액체속에 확산되니까 해골이 모습을 드러내고 가만히 놔두면...해골이 사라지게 되는 것입니다...p.254~ 255

 

(이장난감은 실제로도 안나왔을까나?)

 

'호로보의 신'에선 세계대전시 남태평양에서 고립되어있던 일본군이 맞닥뜨린 원주민들의 사건을,

 

..나카카미 : 쓸데없는 참견일지 몰라도 '뼈'라는 말은 너무 하지않습니까? 일본어에는 '유골'이라는 말도 분명히 있는데요..

 

아 : 그래서 말인데요, 선생님. 그 브라키오사우루스의 유골 말씀인데...어느 부분의 유골이었습니까?

 

학자: (나카가미 쪽을 흘끔거리며) ...그 뼈...유골은....p.321~322

 

 

'검은안개'에선 단순한 사건에서 살인사건을 잡아낸다.

 

 

아 아이이치로란 특이한 이름에다가 완벽해보이는 외모를 배신하는 행동과 언행으로 의외성의 재미를 가져다준다지만, 탐정보다는 작가의 말이 어찌나 재미가 있는지 모르겠다. 표지도 재미있는데, 각각의 작은 그림이 과연 여덟편중 어떤 사건과 관계있을지 찾아보다가 각이야기 처음에 그려진 것으로 알 수 있었다 (난, 가운데 오른쪽 도끼부터 시작하는줄 알았는데..).

 

이웃서점 알라딘에선 재밌는 추리관련 앙케이트를 하던데, 'G선상의 족제비'를 보건데 관련자의 불법성도 눈감아주면서 연기도 해주고, '발굴된 동화'를 보면 자비를 들여 수사도 해주는 아 아이이치로라면, 나의 탐정으로 삼아도 든든하겠다. 게다가 귀엽고 눈도 호사를 할 수 있으니. ^^ 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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ㄹㄹㄹ | - Others 2010-07-19 23:32
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Eric Delko and Calleigh Duquesne are the oldest members of Horatio's team. An underwater recovery and ballistics expert respectively, Eric and Calleigh share a long, complicated history of friendship and often a bit of ambiguity. We saw Eric sitting back and exhibiting a little jealousy every time Calleigh talked to John Hagen, and as Eric's feelings for Calleigh developed and came to the forefront, his discomfort and perhaps disapproval of Calleigh's current boyfriend, Jake Berkeley, became evident. We saw Calleigh exhibiting a little bit of jealousy as well when she thought Marisol (Eric's sister) was actually his girlfriend, and though Calleigh can be seen as emotionally closed off, she has never hesitated to express that her trust for him runs deep. Mostly, these are the only two characters on the show who have constantly been there for each other, supporting each other through their worst trials.

Important Moments in Eric and Calleigh's History

Episode 1.03 - Wet Foot/Dry Foot. Horatio riles up the Cuban community by interrogating the family of a young refugee that was found dead in a raft in the middle of the ocean. To try and avoid the conflict with his neighbors, Eric asks Calleigh if he can crash at her place. Calleigh avoids the question and Eric nervously explains why he doesn't want to go home. Calleigh is reluctant, but finally agrees and adds, "No midnight tiptoe, deal?" Eric deals laughingly, knowing exactly what the term means, and he starts to slide up behind Calleigh. She's neither unaware nor opposed to this, and the sexually charged moment ends when she asks him to look at some evidence she's discovered.

Episode 1.13 - Bunk. Eric and Calleigh are investigating the death of an older woman in a retirement community. As they walk to the crime scene, they discuss, and playfully disagree, on what they will do with their grandmothers. Eric playfully refers to Calleigh as "Southern", while she calls him "Cuban".

Episode 1.14 - Forced Entry. The team is working a case where a crematorium worker is found dead and there are quite a few bodies that were supposed to be cremated piled up behind the building. The Eric and Calleigh moment is when they are with Alexx in the morgue and Alexx is about to microwave the dead crematorium worker's hand to find out what he was holding when he died. Calleigh gets a little wigged out when Alexx and Eric act as if microwaving a body part is nothing new- then gets over it when she's the one pushing the buttons. Eric, in the meantime, is getting a great laugh out of the whole deal.

Episode 1.15 - Dead Woman Walking. Eric gets a small dose of radiation while processing contaminated evidence. When he finally gets the all clear (he's told that his level of exposure is the same as what a pilot would get on a flight to Paris), Calleigh tells him to just take the trip to Paris the next time because it would be easier on everyone involved.

Episode 1.17 - Simple Man. A man responsible for killing a woman is about to be found innocent by the county, until a second body is discovered. The team has very little time to prove that the man did it before the case is thrown out. Eric has been diving all night through sewage to find the gun used to kill the victim, while Calleigh has been stressed out tackling two cases at once. They meet in the hallway and Calleigh inquires about the gun. Eric tells her he put it in her lab to process hours before. Calleigh goes on about being tied to the lab on ballistics evidence, and Eric tells her that he's been just as tied up looking for other evidence. Calleigh stops and they apologize to each other, while holding onto each other's hips, before Calleigh leads the way and they get back to work.

Episode 1.18 - Dispo Day. While investigating an ambush on a police truck full of drug evidence on its way to being destroyed, Speedle is shot (he was wearing a vest). This leads to an IA investigation where everyone on the team is questioned to find out who leaked the information about the drug truck. This makes everyone a little uptight. Calleigh is saved from a soda by Eric, who reminds her that they're not supposed to have caffeine, and Calleigh thinks it's funny that Eric feels guilty when he hasn't done anything wrong. He claims it's because he's Catholic.

Episode 1.20 - Grave Young Men. Calleigh and Eric are working a case where a few teens have been playing with guns. The case initially starts because an ex-con is looking for his son, who seems to have gone missing, and the ex-con goes to Horatio. The Eric and Calleigh moment comes when Calleigh is going over a tree stump with a fine tooth comb and x-ray to see what kinds of bullets the boys were using. Due to the fact that Calleigh had the x-ray machine going, Eric couldn't help because he didn't have a lead apron and therefore couldn't enter the room, at which point, Calleigh basically tells him to stay out, with an impish grin on her face.

Episode 1.21 - Spring Break. Eric and Calleigh are investigating the death of a college boy at a motel, who has appeared to have drowned as his body is still at the bottom of the pool. Eric strips down to his wetsuit to retrieve the victim, much to the delight of the bystanding young ladies. A few of the girls hail Calleigh, and ask if he's got a girlfriend after telling Calleigh that her friend is "totally hot". Calleigh, slightly embarrassed by this question, offhandedly answers "Not at the moment" before walking away. She later jokingly tells Eric, who thinks the girls are cute, that the girls thought he was cute, and were wondering if he had a younger brother.

Episode 2.02 - Dead Zone. This is where the flirtation is kind of obvious. Eric has gone diving at a salvage site and found what may have led to a murder, and Horatio and Calleigh are waiting for him back on the boat. As he strips off his gear (too bad for us he didn't take off the wet suit, too!) Calleigh asks what he found. Eric playfully responds "I swear I saw a mermaid." Calleigh's response is a playful and flirtatious "Dream on, Diver Man." This shows how comfortable they are with each other- who else could comment on something like that in that manner except close friends...or people that are more than friends?

Episode 2.03 - Hard Time. This episode has to do with a rape victim who keeps fighting. Her "body" is found in a partially constructed condo. Eric was originally supposed to be on the call out, but he called Calleigh to cover for him, which she did. (and obviously this isn't the last time she's covered for him either) Calleigh does get a little angry with him for being late (again) but keeps it between herself and Eric that she thinks they never would've found the girl alive if he'd been the one that had to be at the scene.

Episode 2.04 - Death Grip. When a young white girl is kidnapped, the entire city goes on full alert. Later on, the team discovers the same kidnapper may have been involved in the kidnap and murder of a young Cuban girl. Eric is pissed and frustrated at the blatant discrimination shown by the authorities - who pulled out all the stops for the white girl, but dismissed the Cuban girl as a runaway. Calleigh is the only one who sees Eric's frustration and tries to comfort him. When Eric attends the Cuban girl's wake, Calleigh shows up to support him. Also, when guest star Jeff Corwin gets a little enthusiastic about Eric introducing him to Calleigh, Eric says 'Easy!', as if to ward him off.

Episode 2.05 - The Best Defense. Calleigh has been "secretly" seeing Detective John Hagen when her dad shows up wanting her to examine the evidence to one of his cases. The case is assigned to Eric, who Hagen tells to dismiss what turns out to be important evience. When Calleigh finds Eric to check his progress, he tells her what Hagen wanted him to do, which also shows that most of Eric's reason for not liking Hagen has to do with Calleigh. Eric also tells Calleigh that he knows about her and Hagen. Calleigh later confronts Hagen and breaks up with him.

Episode 2.06 - Hurricane Anthony. Calleigh and Eric don't really work this case together. However, the Eric and Calleigh moment is at the end, when they compliment each other on solving their respective parts of the case. Eric tells Calleigh that she'd be the only person he knows that would find something good to come out of a hurricane, which makes her smile.

Episode 2.07 - Grand Prix. The Eric and Calleigh moments are mainly just them teasing each other about something or other. There's also a scene where Eric is trying to get some help from the pit crews and having no luck. When Calleigh stops by and tries her hand, he is shocked to see how easy and quick it seems to be for Calleigh to do stuff like that!

Episode 2.10 - Extreme. Eric gets into a fight and Calleigh is worried. Calleigh gets a little jealous when she finds out it's about a woman.

Episode 2.11 - Complications. Here is another example of their comfortable brand of teasing that can only occur between close friends. Eric is examining the rope used to hang a man in his condo and Calleigh makes the very cliche joke, "Are you tied up?", to which Eric responds, "Cute." with a smile. When she disappointedly asks if she's been beat to it with the joke, Eric can only laugh and tell her that the entire day shift pretty much used the same method.

Episode 2.14 - Stalkerazzi. This is another episode with some seemingly innocent teasing between Eric and Calleigh while working a case. Calleigh is looking through photos and Eric comes in and makes a flip book out of them, thus bringing them to the conclusion that there was something going on that had the people in the pictures looking in a different direction from their original target. More teasing ensues in the firearms lab when Eric comes in, asking the same question of Calleigh and getting his exact answer from her.

Episode 2.15 - Invasion. A man is taken from his home after an apparently random home invasion. There is never a ransom call, so everyone assumes the worst, especially when the man is identified as a wealthy surfboard manufacturer. Eric and Calleigh really show the extent of their friendship here, when they argue over the fairness of Eric getting to go up in a helicopter to scan the city with a thermal viewer to locate the dump site for the man's body. Eric's rationale is that he was on hand when Horatio ordered the sky search, which entitles him to go. At this point, Calleigh is basically pouting when she tells him that she "expects pictures" since she can't go with him.

Episode 2.18 - Wannabe. A body is found inside a dumpster, covered by ants. Eric asks Calleigh if she wants to do the honors, but Calleigh nervously reveals she has ant phobia. Eric takes over, and later encourages Calleigh to get over her fears by allowing her to crawl inside an ant tank. To this date, Eric is the only member of the team who knows about her fear of ants.

Episode 2.21 - Not Landing. Eric and Calleigh work a case where a pilot who lives in an airstrip neighborhood crash lands on the beach. They find that one of the neighbors is a tech-inclined Peeping Tom, and bet each other on which of the neighbors it is. Calleigh wins and Eric pays up, commenting that his lost bet at least pays for a search warrant.

Episode 2.23 - MIA/NYC- Non- Stop. This is the crossover episode for CSI:NY, where Horatio goes to New York to track down a murderer. The Eric and Calleigh scene is when they start discussing the possibilities of their suspect originally being from New York, or that he still lives under an assumed name.

Episode 3.02 - Pro Per. When a former con is arrested, he acts as his own lawyer and proves to be smarter than he appears. He shows up at the lab, asking to see some important evidence. Calleigh tries to stop him but the con, who is way taller and heavier than her, insists rather brassly. Eric witnesses the confrontation and comes over, gets in between Calleigh and the con and threatens him to use physical force if he doesn't leave. The con man leaves reluctantly, and Calleigh turns to Eric and snaps at him for coming to her rescue. Eric thought she needed a little help, but Calleigh insists he undermined her. Later on, as Calleigh questions Eric about the evidence he is processing, he humorously asks her if she's undermining him. Calleigh smiles and apologizes for snapping at him early on, and admits he was right for coming over to help her. They smile at each other and continue working on the evidence.

Episode 3.04 - Murder in a Flash. Eric and Calleigh investigate a "flash mob" where someone leaves the victim on a golf course. The situation with the students at the school is no better. Seeing the kinds of things the kids do in school, Eric reflects on how he was in school and considers himself an angel compared to the guys at the school.

Episode 3.07 - Speed Kills. Eric and Calleigh join forces to play a joke on Ryan. It's the first time we see them laugh together since Speed was killed. It's also impressive that Eric knew what Calleigh was doing without her having to prepare him for the joke.

Episode 3.23 - Whacked. The tension between Eric and Ryan is in full bloom, and Calleigh is forced to play mediator between the two. Later on, when Eric and Calleigh are alone, Eric expresses his unhappiness that Calleigh always defends Ryan. Calleigh denies his accusations, reassuring Eric that he's the one she trusts "with every fiber of my being." Eric smiles and softens up considerably. This is a very important episode, as we learn that Eric is the only man in Calleigh's life that she trusts so deeply, due to the fact that she grew up with an alcoholic father and has gone through multiple bad relationships. Calleigh's admission of such an intimate thing shows how truly close these two are.

Episode 3.24 - 10-7. Disturbed by his ex-partner's suicide and his inability to have Calleigh, John Hagen's mental state is not well. He puts his gun to Calleigh's head while she is processing a scene, but slips away before she sees him. Eric finds her in the lab and helps her identify the gun. Before she can trace it to Hagen, he shows up in her lab and shoots himself in the head in front of her. Calleigh is in shock after witnessing this, and when Alexx comes to collect the body, she tells Eric that he may be the only one who can get through to Calleigh. Eric tries to comfort Calleigh, but the walls she's built around herself are hard to climb. Calleigh resigns as the ballistics expert at the end of the episode.

Episode 4.08 - Nailed. Ryan gets shot in the eye with a nail gun at a crime scene that Eric was supposed to cover. We find out that Eric's absence is due to issues with Marisol. Calleigh sees Eric talking to Marisol outside the hospital after Ryan is admitted. She assumes that Mari is one of his "girlfriends" and politely tells him to handle his personal relationships on personal time. At first this seems cold, until Calleigh starts telling him about losing respect if he keeps messing up at work due to personal problems. Notice that Calleigh is always polite and calm when talking Eric about stuff like that, but totally blows her top with anyone else. This is classic "Calleigh covering his backside" material.

Episode 4.09 - Urban Hellraisers. Eric gets caught in a bank robbery committed by a group of what we later learn are students imitating a top rated video game. Eric is stuck analyzing a mask from one of the robbers and running it through a facial recognition program against the Dade University athletic department database. This is one of the times when we see Calleigh and Eric's friendship flourish, especially when they joke and tease about the things they do. This shows that they respect and trust each other enough to take the serious talk and jokes all in stride.

Episode 4.10 - Shattered. Eric has been buying marijuana for Marisol to help her deal with the pain from chemo. Earlier in the season, Ryan and Calleigh saw rolling papers in Eric's kit, but didn't know what they were for. In this episode, Eric's dealer rats him out. It's not long before the gossip makes it to Calleigh, who sours considerably and ruthlessly sticks up for Eric. While everyone else, including Horatio, wonders if Eric was really doing drugs, Calleigh refuses to believe it. Stetler finds out and is set to fire Eric. During her interview with Stetler, Calleigh lies and tells him that she's never seen him buying or using drugs, or with drug paraphernalia.

Episode 5.01 - Rio. Horatio and Eric go to Rio to catch Marisol's killer. While they're there, Calleigh keeps track of them through their cell phones' GPS systems. When Eric goes missing and nearly gets killed, it is Calleigh who discovers his signal has been lost and calls Horatio, who finds Eric and saves his life.

Episode 5.02 - Going Under. When Calleigh is pushed off the road while heading back to the lab, Eric is second only to Horatio in asking how she's doing. He's also the one trying to offer her words of confidence and support when Calleigh starts to doubt herself for not noticing every detail in a life or death situation. By this point in their relationship, you can see that Eric is just a little bit protective of Calleigh in most situations and doesn't like anyone messing with her.

Episode 5.07 - High Octane. Eric and Ryan end up with the crime scene when a boy is decapitated doing trick driving in a waterfront parking lot. Calleigh comes into the lab when Eric starts to process the evidence and proceeds to tease him about the number of bottles he has to process and how he got the bottles over doing DNA and trace. Then she sticks around to verify Eric's suspicions about the fingerprints found on the bottles.

Episode 5.12 - Internal Affairs. Eric is very irritated by Jake working a case that was originally his.

Episode 5.13 - Throwing Heat. Eric shows up at the lab in a suit, and Calleigh doesn't hide her appreciation for his good looks, calling him "hot stuff" as they flirt a little. Later in the episode, Eric witnesses an assault and steps in to defend the woman. It turns out that the couple are married con artists who sue Eric for attacking the husband. Eric goes to Calleigh for advice, but ends up settling out of court to keep people from looking into the lab's activities, especially after his and Horatio's unsanctioned trip to Rio. Calleigh comforts him in the end, telling him that she's got his back.

Episode 5.15 - Man Down. While looking for a kidnapping victim with Horatio, Eric is shot in the head. Eric's heart stops a few times, but the doctor is able to stabilize him. While he is unconscious, Calleigh visits him and puts a crucifix in his hand. Later, when she visits again, Eric is awake and sweetly whispers her name before asking for Mari. Not wanting to tell him that Mari is dead, Calleigh urges Eric to rest. Outside, she talks to Alexx, who reveals that fragments of the bullet are still lodged in Eric's brain, and that he may not be the guy that they've always known. Calleigh fights tears as she looks at Eric through the viewing glass. This is the first time we see her cry.

Episode 5.16 - Broken Home. Eric is back after being shot, but having memory and motor problems. Calleigh confronts him when he messes up on some evidence, but unlike her explosive reactions with Ryan's mistakes, she's very tender and understanding of Eric. Eric is much harder on himself, and wonders if he returned to work too soon and if he should stop working. Calleigh tells him that they need him.

Episode 5.21 - Just Murdered. The con artist who sued Eric is back, and wondering why she hasn't been getting any money from the settlement. Eric doesn't remember her due to his brain injury. Calleigh pulls him aside and explains the situation, and tells him to keep working on the case while she deals with the woman. Later, Eric thanks her for what she did, and Calleigh reassures him that he would've done the same for her. Eric explains that he's grateful for all of her help in the last year. Calleigh appreciates the comment and, without giving it much thought, reaches up and kisses him on the cheek. Eric is shocked at first and they share an awkward moment before Calleigh walks away. Eric watches her leave with a huge grin on his face.

Episode 5.22 - Burned. After the kiss, the romantic and sexual tension between Eric and Calleigh escalates. While processing a scene, Calleigh gets a shard of glass in her finger. Eric comes over quickly and removes it. The tension rises when Calleigh tenderly says his name as they share a long moment looking into each other's eyes. Eric chuckles nervously and breaks eye contact, only to notice that the piece of glass from her finger is an important piece of evidence. Natalia teases Eric about his growing crush on Calleigh, where his reaction is bashful befuddlement, something completely unexpected from the formerly smooth Eric Delko.

Episode 5.23 - Kill Switch. Eric steps off the elevator and spots Calleigh. He smiles brightly and watches her for a moment. Meanwhile, Calleigh is talking to Jake on the phone. When she realizes Eric is watching her, she quickly hangs up. Eric comments that it's great to see her smile, and asks if she was talking to Jake. Calleigh confirms that she was talking to Jake and comments that she and Jake could go on a date if they weren't so busy with work, then quickly changes the subject.

Episode 5.24 - Born To Kill. Jake is hurt in a car crash and, while processing a scene, Eric comments bitterly that he thinks Jake wishes Calleigh were with him at the hospital. Calleigh stops him and comments that she was at the hospital with Eric. Eric claims it was different when it was him. Calleighh realizes that Eric is jealous and reassures him that she trusts him with her life while she doesn't know what she feels for Jake, essentially admitting that she's torn between them. Calleigh confirms that she has feelings for Eric, but because they work so closely in comparison to her and Jake, a relationship between them would be deemed inappropriate. Eric smiles at the small victory he's garnered from her admission. At the end, Jake kisses Calleigh in the lobby and Eric witnesses the kiss morosely. When Calleigh gets in the elevator with Jake, she looks back and realizes guiltily that Eric saw the whole thing as he stands there, looking heartbroken and a little bitter.

Episode 6.01 - Dangerous Son. Eric sees Calleigh at their latest crime scene and notes out loud that she has a nice new tan. When she tells him it's the product of five days in Antigua, he comments on Jake's identical tan, with obvious jealousy. He later asks Jake how it was in Antigua and barely holds back a retort to Jake's answer. Eric's obvious displeasure in knowing that Calleigh and Jake went on a vacation away from Miami together is evident in his speculating looks for the rest of the episode.

Episode 6.04 - Bang, Bang Your Debt. While on the scene of a car fire, Eric starts having visions of Speedle, captured in photos taken by a lab tech at Calleigh's request. Eric's face in these photos simply says "I'm seeing a dead person", which Calleigh later questions out of concern and Eric shrugs off. Later, they find that someone has been using Speed's credit card, which Eric feels is validation for his visions. It is later revealed that Eric's visions are the result of his brain trying to rewire itself, which may cause similar hallucinations in the future. Calleigh and Eric discover that Dan Cooper has been using Speed's credit card, which he stole from Speed's old locker.

Episode 6.05 - Deep Freeze. Eric is informed by Stetler of a pending change to the department's fraternization policy after he hugs Natalia while popping her shoulder back into place. Eric lets it slip that if IA wants to reprimand Calleigh and Jake, they should do their own dirty work. Stetler's shock at this makes Eric realize his mistake, and when he tries to give Calleigh a heads up, he can't reach her. Jake's true colors come out when he tells Calleigh the situation and backs off instead of fighting for their relationship. Calleigh gets upset with Eric, thinking he spilled the beans out of spite, and doesn't give him a chance to explain, which shows how hurt she is by his supposed betrayal.

Episode 6.06 - Sunblock. Tensions are high between Eric and Calleigh as a result of the pending change in department policy in regards to personal relationships between coworkers. When Eric carefully notes that Calleigh is still upset with him, she tells him that she's not and that he only sped up the inevitable. With that confirmation in mind, Eric tells Calleigh that if he had been in the same position, he would've changed shifts, making it clear that Calleigh means much more to him than the job. Calleigh is touched by his sincerity and seems to consider his words, likely making a quick mental comparison of Eric and Jake, who immediately tried to protect his career by backing away from their relationship. This shows that Calleigh is at the top of Eric's priority list.

Episode 6.09 - Stand Your Ground. Calleigh is invloved in an off-duty shooting that results in two deaths, and Eric is arguably the only person to make an effort to comfort her. He joins her at the back of the ambulance and asks the tough questions, providing words of comfort and holding her when she cries. Calleigh is the rock of the team and never dares show vulnerability, so it is significant that she even allows herself to cry in Eric's presence, much less in his arms. This shows her implicit trust in him. Conversely, Jake shows very little interest in Calleigh's well-being, even after being confronted about the fact that his drinking has gotten her in more trouble with IAB. After Eric extracts the bullet that clears Calleigh, she smiles and thanks him. Her smile quickly wanes when Eric reveals Jake's involvement in finding the bullet. Eric reluctantly comments that maybe Jake isn't so bad, but Calleigh's reaction makes it seem that she is questioning that herself.

Episode 6.10 - My Nanny. While processing a teenage suspect's room, Calleigh makes an off-handed remark about children by asking Eric if he can imagine raising kids given the hours they work. Eric immediately responds affirmatively, which elicits a surprised look from Calleigh. Eric jokinglly suggests that Calleigh is implying that he wouldn't be a good father, but Calleigh replies by saying that she thinks he'd be a great dad and that she's merely surprised because he's never mentioned children before. Eric then makes a very loaded comment about starting a family when he finds the right girl. Before Calleigh can really respond, Eric finds the evidence they've been looking for and calls her attention to it, satisfied that he's made his point.

Episode 6.13 - Raising Caine. This is where Horatio is trying to get Kyle out of prison, and suddenly Julia appears out of nowhere. Calleigh is so determined to nail the murder charges on Julia. Eric gets the results and proves that Calleigh is wrong and jumped the gun with assumption.

Episode 6.14 - You May Now Kill The Bride. Calleigh and Eric go back to the scene of the murder to recreate the moment in order to discover the intended target. Calleigh stands at the altar and puts on the bride's fake veil. Eric has a smile on his face and looks at her longingly. Calleigh smiles back and tells Eric that she'll kill him if he ever tells anyone. Eric returns the smile and gets back to work.

Episode 6.15 - Ambush. When Eric realizes Calleigh's been kidnapped, he goes beyond the amount of worry typical between friends. When Cooper posts Calleigh's new number, Eric storms his condo and takes Cooper down, screaming at him for Calleigh's location. Cooper denies having anything to do with Calleigh's disappearance and Eric promises to come back and kill him personally if anything happens to Calleigh. You can feel the emotions- concern and care- radiating from Eric.

Episode 6.16 - All In. Calleigh is still missing and the team is trying to find her, especially Eric. Natalia notes the similarities between Calleigh's kidnapping and Kathleen Newberry's case. Eric adamantly informs her that he won't let the same thing happen to Calleigh, and Natalia cues in on Eric's feelings for Calleigh. When they finally get Calleigh's location from a suspect that turned himself in, Eric, Ryan, Frank and Horatio converge on it, and Eric is the one that Calleigh goes to. At the end of the episode, Eric walks Calleigh out to her Hummer but insists that she's not going home alone. Calleigh tries to tell him that she's fine, but he insists on going with her. He finally reveals that he doesn't know what he would've done if anything had happened to her, and she finally agrees to let him take her home.

Episode 6.20 - Down to the Wire. Calleigh covers for Eric again by claiming that his notes (from "Ambush") are hers, which allows Stetler to pull her from their current case and force her to take a refresher course. Eric is completely against letting her take the reprimand for him until Calleigh tells him that she knows he can nail the criminal. At the end of the episode, they agree to keep the truth about the notes between the two of them.

Episode 6.21 - Going Ballistic. This is the Season 6 finale. Calleigh is back on the job after finishing the refresher course that she took in Eric's place. Some of Calleigh's ballistics evidence turns out to be really old and goes off in the lab, causing havoc in Firearms. Calleigh tells Eric that he's her hero when he comes to the rescue and helps her find the one uncompromised bullet.

Episode 7.03 - And How Does That Make You Kill?. Eric's therapist's (Dr. Rachel March) daughter is killed. When Dr. Marsh is allowed back into her office, she finds that all of her files are missing. Dr. Marsh is then killed while Eric and the team try to find her files. Eric starts going through these files upon finding them in hopes of finding her killer, and convinces Calleigh to help. Calleigh ends up with Eric's file and reads it apprehensively, learning of Eric's true feelings for her. At the end, she tells Eric that he can always talk to her about anything, then walks away with a smile on her face- leaving Eric looking satisfied.

Episode 7.04 - Raging Cannibal. Calleigh makes a comment about how often she forgets that Eric is part Russian when he shows how much he knows about Russian gang symbols and the Russian language.

Episode 7.06 - Wrecking Crew. Eric and Calleigh deal with the death of their witness in a huge case. Calleigh's first reaction when the attack happens is panic and concern for Eric, as is his for her. Eric also offers her words of sympathy when the witness' widow slaps Calleigh in the face for offering words of condolence.

Episode 7.09 - Power Trip. Eric and Calleigh disagree with each other in this episode. Eric believes that the killer they're looking for is another cop, in fact the cop that worked a case almost identical to their current case. Calleigh believes that this particular cop, although suspicious, is only trying to bring the killer to justice. Calleigh later agrees with Eric when Reggie Mastow, the cop in question, corners her in the elevator and gets overaggressive to the point where Calleigh feels the need to draw her attention.

Episode 7.10 - The Deluca Motel. Eric is somewhat involved in a shooting at a motel, where we later learn he's been living for a while. Eric tells Horatio that his condo is being remodeled, but when Calleigh arrives to work the scene and shows her concern for his safety, he tells her that he's just trying to figure some stuff out. We later find out that Eric has discovered that his birth certificate is fake and that he was born in Cuba. We also learn that the Russian mafia is after Eric, and that his biological father, Alexander Sharova, is a member of the Russian Brotherhood.

Episode 7.12 - Head Case. Eric feels sorry for Doug Benson, who was found roaming the streets covered in blood, but no memory to explain it. Worried about Eric, Calleigh asks if he's okay, due to the similarities with his memory problems. After being comforted by Calleigh, Eric tells her how important their friendship is to him, and that he knows she read his file (7.03). Calleigh later tells Eric that she's confused, and that she doesn't know if he even believes what he said in his file. When Calleigh walks away, Eric tells himself that he does believe it. He also seems upset when Frank interrupts their conversation on the street.

Episode 7.13 - And They're Offed. Robert Banyon, a racehorse owner, is killed in his suite at the track. While working the scene, Eric asks Calleigh why she didn't join him and the others the night before. She gives her reasons and apologizes, but he waves away the apology, briefly saying that she missed a good time. Calleigh notices the food on the table and comments that the only item not supplied by the track is a box of truffles, and that she knows this because they're her favorites. At the end, Eric goes through the lab looking for Calleigh. When he realizes that she's gone for the day, he pulls a box of the coveted truffles from his bag and leaves them in Firearms with her name on them.

Episode 7.14 - Smoke Gets in Your CSI's. Ryan and Caleigh arrive at a callout and joke about Calleigh's driving. When Ryan asks about what's going on between her and Eric, Calleigh dodges the question. After the fire, Eric catches Calleigh and holds her when she starts having trouble breathing. He goes with her to the hospital and holds a bedside vigil, talking to a presumably unaware and unconscious Calleigh. He explains what the doctors are doing for her and finally confesses that he can't imagine life without her. When the investigation pulls him from her side, he puts his watch on her, which is the first thing she looks at upon waking up. When Eric returns and finds her awake, he begins to explain leaving his watch until she tells him that she heard everything he said, but wasn't sure if it was real. He assures her it was real and stays with her.

Episode 7.16 - Sink or Swim. Eric is placed in custody as a suspected "illegal immigrant". The first person to visit him is Calleigh, who first questions why he didn't tell her about his fake birth certificate, then assures him that "they" will get through it. Horatio and Calleigh discover that Sharova is actually from New Mexico, which proves Eric is an American regardless of the fact that he was born in Cuba. Calleigh waits for Eric and jokingly (?) tells him that she would've married him if Sharova hadn't stepped up, then offers to make him dinner at her place before kissing him to stop the coming protests. They walk off with their arms around each other.

Episode 7.18 - Flight Risk. While investigating the death of a flight attendant, Eric daydreams about jetting off on a romantic trip with Calleigh. Meanwhile, Ryan and Natalia find the "romp room" and Ryan tells Natalia his suspicions about Eric and Calleigh. Back at the lab, while is Eric is processing luggage, Calleigh brings him coffee with a smile.

Episode 7.19 - Target Specific. In this episode, the CSIs are investigating a woman's stabbing in her own home. She claims that she shot her attacker, but there's no blood evidence. The first Eric and Calleigh scene is in the lab, where Calleigh "steals" a can of solvent from the maintenance guy for Eric. At first she's a little worried that Eric is messing up the test, until he explains what he's doing and she observes. You can almost see the "Isn't he so smart?" look on Calleigh's face! Calleigh goes back to the scene to look for more evidence after getting more information from the victim and is attacked by the same person. Eric drives up and scares the guy off, only to run into the house after hearing a gate slam. Calleigh tells him that the attacker returned and he instantly worries about her well being. She focuses on collecting the little bit of evidence that could lead them to the attacker and Eric hovers until she tells him that she's fine. Later, Eric joins Ryan in the lab and goes over photos from another suspect, only to find pictures of Calleigh. Eric acts slightly jealous when he sees a picture of Calleigh on horseback with Terrence the horse trainer. Ryan comments on this particular picture: "It looks like you have some competition." "You don't know what you're talking about", replies Eric. Ryan then discovers that the photos aren't only of Calleigh but of all of the CSI team. Eric later has Calleigh meet him in the morgue with prints of all of the pictures of the CSIs: "We're being watched." Calleigh's first reflex is that someone knows about her and Eric's relationship. "No. Not you and me. Our entire team. We're all in danger." Eric says. Calleigh finally realizes who is in all of the pictures and asks who took them. Eric tells her that it's the Russians, or someone working for the Russians, and then Calleigh sees the photo of her with Terrence on horseback. (Here's where the green eyed monster of jealousy comes out!) Calleigh suggests that she should call Terrence after Eric says that he might be in danger as well. When Eric sees her go through her cell phone, he gets a little bent. Calleigh sees this reaction and stops: "That was one afternoon. You know that, right?" "Then why is his number in your cell phone?" Eric asks. With a smile for Eric and a shrug, Calleigh calmly and quietly replies, "I don't know. It was before you and me. Can we talk about this tonight?" Eric gives her a little smile and he's on his merry way. This shows that they've ditched any efforts of denying their feelings for each other and have resorted to "you and me".

Episode 7.20 - Wolfe In Sheeps Clothing. In the first scene it shows Eric and Calleigh at her house and Calleigh gets in the shower first and then Eric does and then when Eric gets out of the shower. Calleigh comes into the room and he sees her and he starts smiling at her and she starts smiling back!!! I cant believe they're living together now !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Updated By.Calleigh Johnson Better Known as HippHuggers4Ever

Episode 7.22 - Dead on Arrival. The only real decent E/C scene is when they are checking out the tire tread marks. Eric is telling Calleigh how out of place he feels in the lab since everyone else is buzzing about the victim's death. Poor Eric tells her that it's like being in a foreign country where he doesn't speak the language. Calleigh tells him that it's a girls' thing, and he comments that in as many years as he's known her, she's still able to surprise him. Then he finally catches that she said she used to watch and questions why she stopped. Calleigh tells him that she has a new diversion and starts to describe him in detail.

Episode 7.24 - Dissolved. The first scene with Calleigh and Eric is at the crime scene when they have to neutralize the pool to get the body out. The conversation was a little flirty but not too much. Eric gets a phone call and later tells Calleigh that it was his real dad. Calleigh pleads with Eric to be careful dealing with his father, since he's a member of the Russian crime organization.

Episode 7.25 - Seeing Red. Calleigh again tells Eric to be careful when dealing with Sharova. This kind of starts the argument going on between them concerning Eric's loyalties and morals. Calleigh also tells Eric that she won't watch him go down the path that he's heading down- getting involved in his biological father's mess. Calleigh is really worried at the end because she may have shot Eric and he's not in the car where they found Sharova.

Episode 8.01 - Out of Time. This is the highly anticipated Season Premiere, where Calleigh and Horatio, and a whole bunch of uniformed police officers and dogs are out in the Everglades looking for Eric after he lost control of the car he was driving in last season's finale. They find Eric relatively quickly, considering the expanse of the Glades, and he is rushed to the hospital. Calleigh's reactions to searching for Eric are apparent as she does something she's never been known to do- she questions Horatio: "What if he's fallen in the water and he's unconscious?" Once they get Eric to the hospital (Horatio rides in the ambulance with Eric, Calleigh follows close behind in her Hummer), Alexx takes over, much like she did when Calleigh was rushed in. Alexx later comes out to find Calleigh, who is in the waiting room, only to offer up little encouragement: "He's young and he's strong." Calleigh loses composure again in front of Alexx, which in itself shows how much she really cares for Eric (and how little she cares about appearances in front of Alexx, especially on matters of the heart). Calleigh finally asks Alexx if Eric's gonna be okay, to which Alexx gives no answer- verbal or otherwise- which sends them both to tears again. In the flashback parts of the episode, we see Calleigh and Eric's first conversation, when Eric was still the smooth talking "player" hitting on the pretty blonde chick. Of course, the scene is only made more comical because of the fact that Calleigh doesn't fall for his line, and she basically tells him he's wasting his time hitting on her because she'd "never consider even socializing with someone even remotely linked to her job". (If she only knew she'd be eating her words!) When Eric finally starts waking up, we see the two most important people in his life at the head of his bed on either side- Horatio on one side and Calleigh on the other, with Alexx, Frank, Ryan and Natalia at the foot of the bed. Calleigh's relief when Eric finally opens his eyes is so transparent, a person would have to be blind NOT to see it!

Episode 8.02 - Hostile Takeover. This episode focuses more on the new kid on the block- Jesse Cardoza. The only mention of Eric comes in the beginning of the episode when Natalia tells Calleigh that she thought Calleigh would take a personal day since Eric was just released from the hospital. Calleigh's response to this is that the department lawyers advised she and Eric not have any contact until after the investigation into the armory shooting is closed. Natalia asks if she at least got to tell him that she hadn't shot at him on purpose, to which Calleigh distantly responds "But I did shoot at him. He was a suspect fleeing an active crime scene." Although this sounds EXTREMELY cold, the look on Calleigh's face showed everything that her words did not- she was torn between duty and wanting to be with Eric, regardless of the situation. The "cold shoulder" facade was just her way of compartmentalizing the situation to get through it.

Episode 8.03 - Bolt Action. The investigation into the armory shooting is finally coming to a head with the interviews of Calleigh and Eric with Rick Stetler. Although still not able to say anything to each other in their first scene together, the looks across the room say it all- it's almost as if they're trying to say everything they can to each other just through their eyes. When questioned on her "big freeze" response to Eric by Ryan, Calleigh explains (again) that she and Eric aren't allowed to talk to each other until after the investigation is closed. The interviews with Stetler get a little dicey, as it seems that Stetler is trying to pit them against each other without them knowing it. He questions Calleigh's actions in firing on Eric, and questions Eric's reasons for being at the crime scene in the capacity that he was. They somehow make it through the interviews fairly unscathed, with what seems like the slight exception of a few little doubts: Stetler tries to get Eric to admit to dating his partner (Eric calls Calleigh his former partner, therefore not breaching department policy on dating coworkers); Stetler, however, tells Calleigh that Eric called himself her "former boyfriend", trying to make her believe that Eric is breaking off their personal relationship in favor of their working relationship. Stetler also tries to make it sound like Eric has an issue with Calleigh's apparent inability to trust the men in her life, when Eric is the only person that Calleigh trusts without exceptions. When they are finally allowed to talk to each other at the end of the episode, Eric tells Calleigh that he believes Stetler twisted things around on them, and Calleigh agrees. Then it's back to their usual friendly banter: Eric says (with a grin!) that he's allowed to come back to work pending medical clearances, and that he'll be working with Calleigh again despite the fact that she shot at him. Calleigh's rebuttal to this is that he drove a car at her, which leads to them calling a truce and just celebrating that Eric is okay and that he'll be coming back to work.

Episode 8.05 - Bad Seed. Eric is finally cleared to return to work and he immediately starts in on a case of E-Coli poisoning. The whole team, including the new guys, is working this case as one victim is dead and a second (the first victim's boyfriend) is in a coma after an attack of the what is presumed the same poisoning as his girlfriend. Horatio and Calleigh divide the team up into sections, and Calleigh automatically takes Eric so they can work on tracing the source of the poison. Her first words to him, once they are alone, are "welcome back" with her typical 'I'm so happy to see you, Eric' smile. As the case carries on, Calleigh seems to notice that the Eric that she's used to seeing at work- the one that is determined to solve the case without getting too wrapped up in the politics and emotions of it all- isn't the Eric that she's working with now. She sees that Eric seems to be pulling away from not only her but the rest of the team as well, and that he's not as level-headed as normal. At a later part of the investigation, Calleigh sits next to him and tells him that she's really happy he's all right and that she's happy that he's back at work, and Eric's response to this is that he's not so sure he feels the same. She continues to study him, as if trying to figure out what's bugging him. In their last scene together in the locker room, Eric comes in and starts cleaning out his locker, not knowing that Calleigh is in there at her locker. He almost guiltily asks what's she's still doing at work, and after answering that she was catching up on some of her other cases, she tells him that she knows what he's doing. When he asks for elaboration on that statement, she basically asks if he's leaving CSI. Eric comes around the lockers to face her and tells her that she's always been good at reading him, and asks that she not say anything to anyone else because he's not ready to talk about it. When she asks why he's leaving, he only tells her that there are a lot of reasons, and his eyes seem to say that one of those reasons is that he wants to persue their personal relationship, which is impossible if he stays due to department policy. Calleigh asks what's going to happen to them ("you and me") to which he doesn't give a verbal response, only saying that she knows him too well. Eric steps forward and kisses her briefly before pulling her into a hug, where we can see that Calleigh is just barely holding back the tears that so desperately want to fall. He touches her cheek and turns to walk out, and all Calleigh is able to do is stand there and watch him walk out of one aspect of her life.

Episode 8.11 - Delko for the Defense. Eric finally returns to CSI, but on the other side of things- he's the expert witness for the defense in a murder investigation. Going by episode timeline alone, it looks as if Eric has been missing from Miami for about 6 weeks, and we later find that Calleigh seems to have been the only one on the team privy to Eric's whereabouts- Puerto Rico. Eric's return is met with some animosity from Frank and Jesse, Frank for the slight feeling of betrayal and Jesse because he doesn't seem too happy to see Calleigh's obvious joy at having Eric around again. Calleigh is really happy to see Eric, even at the crime scene where he's basically watching their every move and looking for loopholes in their interpretation of the evidence that may work for the defense. When the case seems to be closed, and Eric is no longer required to shadow the team, Calleigh asks what he's planning on doing- going back to Puerto Rico, etc. Eric's answer to Calleigh is one of the biggest HipHugger moments of the season so far: He says that although he loved it in Puerto Rico, he missed Miami- and when he says Miami, the look in his eyes as he gazes at her makes you think that missing Miami is code for "I missed you". Calleigh returns the gaze and says that Miami missed him which, in code, would mean "I missed you, too." Calleigh then proceeds to tell Eric that she heard the state attorney's office is looking for a forensic expert, and he decides to think about it as a fairly nice lateral career move. The episode ends with Eric walking into the state attorney's office, presumably for an interview. We are left to wonder what the outcome of said interview will be, and how it will affect Eric and his relationship with Calleigh, although the most positive thought to come to mind is that they will still be on the same side, and it would almost be like working together, without the departmental policy on personal relationships between coworkers standing in their way.

Episode 8.14 - In The Wind. Eric is now working for the state's attorney's office, even though when this episode starts he's not officially supposed to start for another week. The episode starts by going back and forth from a jail cell, where a man is on death row and about to be executed, to Calleigh's house (the same that we saw in WISC) where she and Eric, it seems, have had quite a bit of "fun" together! That is pretty much the conclusion you have to come to when you see the scattered clothing and shoes, the lights on low, and Calleigh walking around in nothing but a man's white dress shirt! This conclusion is strengthened further when you see that Eric is lying in bed waiting for her...and it's only interrupted when their phones ring. The end of the episode may make you wonder where things are really heading, because of their comments about saying "it" won't happen again- and the grin Eric throws Calleigh's way to make her blush just adds to the wonder! It looks as if neither of them is quite ready to admit how they really feel about each other...

Episode 8.20 - Backfire. Calleigh and Ryan are first on scene at a house fire, and Calleigh insists on running in to try to save the boy trapped inside. Ryan tries to stop her, but eventually ends up following her in. Calleigh's ARDS (Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome) rears its ugly head again, and Calleigh is rushed to the hospital. While "in limbo", Calleigh doesn't realize that even though she feels like she's fine and working the case with the others, she's actually lying in the hospital on a ventilator. Eric, working for the DA's office, was supposed to be working a case in Tampa, but appears at the hospital when Jesse and Natalia arrive to visit Calleigh. This is when Calleigh finally gets that she's having an out of body experience...and only returns to her body after pretty much solving the case (in limbo, accompanied by the ghost of the boy who died in the house, and who everyone else thinks is the arsonist) and flatlining. Eric is there when the doctors work to get Calleigh's heart started again, and is the first one that the doctor tells all the results to. Calleigh, while awake, can't talk and has to practically use sign language to get Eric to understand her, but finally gets the fact that she has something for Horatio across...and he, Jesse and Natalia go back to the house. When Calleigh is released from the hospital, she goes to the morgue and says goodbye to Patrick, the boy who died in the house. Eric finds her at the door of the morgue and calls her "Babe" before trying to get her to go back to the hospital. One of the best HipHugger moments of the season- and one that pretty much solidifies the idea that their relationship is still going strong, despite rumors from other sources.

Episode 8.21 - Meltdown. A jewelry store robbery goes south when one of the suspects kills one of the witnesses. While investigating how the thieves got away, Calleigh thinks she sees Jake Berkeley in the crowd, then Jesse finds a VIN plate next to her kit. Upon following the information from the DMV records, Calleigh and Frank arrive at a warehouse and shots are fired inside soon after. Once inside, Calleigh and Frank come face to face with Jake and take him in for questioning. Eric shows up at the lab and it's soon clear that he's investigating the lab for missing evidence, especially when the diamonds from the robbery (which were taken out of their settings and left at the warehouse) go missing. Natalia discovers that Eric is wearing a wire (her hearing aid goes haywire) and finds out that Horatio knows about Eric's investigation. Eric finds evidence that leads him to think that it's possible that Jake is the one stealing evidence, but can't prove it without a doubt. Later, Calleigh comes into the lab where Eric is working and tells him that he doesn't need to worry about Jake. At first Eric thinks she's talking about Jake getting between them until Calleigh tells him that Jake couldn't have taken the diamonds because she had taken Jake to the hospital to get checked out. At hearing this, Eric acts a little jealous, but waves it off as curiosity. Calleigh then throws huge hints that she's heading home...and Eric tells her to "save a little something", then follows her out and to the locker room, where plans are being made for drinks between Natalia, Ryan and Walter. Once Calleigh and Eric are included (as a couple), however, Natalia bows out, much to the confusion of Ryan, Walter and Calleigh- but not to Eric. Calleigh seemed sad that Natalia wouldn't be joining them, but happy that they'd all have fun- especially her and Eric.

Episode 8.22 - Mommy Deadest. The team is looking into the murder of a suburban soccer mom, and finding many twists and turns. Eric is still investigating the lab, but hasn't told Calleigh the full extent of it. She comes home unexpectedly and Eric has to hide the paperwork on the case without being obvious about hiding something from her. At the end, Eric is on his way to talk to Rebecca Nevins about a possible lead in the case when her car blows up with her next to it. When Eric hits the ground, we see that Calleigh followed him.

Episoed 8.23 - Time Bomb. This episode overlaps with the ending of the previous one. We see the conversation that leads to Calleigh following Eric to his meet with Nevins. This is where everyone learns that Eric has been investigating them, and no one is happy about his deception. Things get rocky between Eric and Calleigh, due to him not telling her annd the fact that he had been wearing a wire. Eric later admits to knowing that he'll have to regain her trust, and Calleigh doesn't make it look like she'll make it too difficult.

Episode 8.24 - All Fall Down. Eric informs Horatio that he wants to come back to the lab full time and jumps in to help with the killer that is taunting them. The CSIs all received letters in the mail containing clues to the case, but they always seem to be one step behind the killer. At the end, Eric returns to the lab, only to find everyone unconscious. Horatio and Frank finally arrested the killer, so they weren't at the lab. Eric frantically runs through the lab looking for Calleigh, and finds her unconscious in Firearms.
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Never Let Me Go – Kazuo Ishiguro

 

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Remains of the Day – Kazuo Ishiguro

 

 

 

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Atonement – Ian McEwan

 

Amsterdam – Ian McEwan

 

Enduring Love – Ian McEwan

 

 

 

On Beauty – Zadie Smith

 

White Teeth – Zadie Smith

 

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Slow Man – J.M. Coetzee

 

Elizabeth Costello – J.M. Coetzee

 

Youth – J.M. Coetzee

 

Disgrace – J.M. Coetzee

 

The Master of Petersburg – J.M. Coetzee

 

 

 

Adjunct: An Undigest – Peter Manson

 

The Sea – John Banville

 

The Red Queen – Margaret Drabble

 

The Plot Against America – Philip Roth

 

The Master – Colm Tóibín

 

Vanishing Point – David Markson

 

The Lambs of London – Peter Ackroyd

 

 

 

Dining on Stones – Iain Sinclair

 

London Orbital – Iain Sinclair

 

 

 

 

Cloud Atlas – David Mitchell

 

Drop City – T. Coraghessan Boyle

 

The Colour – Rose Tremain

 

Thursbitch – Alan Garner

 

The Light of Day – Graham Swift

 

What I Loved – Siri Hustvedt

 

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time – Mark Haddon

 

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Islands – Dan Sleigh

 

 

 

Family Matters – Rohinton Mistry

 

Fingersmith – Sarah Waters

 

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Tipping the Velvet – Sarah Waters

 

The Double – José Saramago

 

 

 

Everything is Illuminated – Jonathan Safran Foer

 

Unless – Carol Shields

 

Kafka on the Shore – Haruki Murakami

 

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After the Quake – Haruki Murakami

 

Sputnik Sweetheart – Haruki Murakami

 

 

 

The Story of Lucy Gault – William Trevor

 

That They May Face the Rising Sun – John McGahern

 

In the Forest – Edna O’Brien

 

Shroud – John Banville

 

Middlesex – Jeffrey Eugenides

 

Dead Air – Iain Banks

 

 

 

Nowhere Man – Aleksandar Hemon

 

The Book of Illusions – Paul Auster

 

Timbuktu – Paul Auster

 

Mr. Vertigo – Paul Auster

 

 

 

 

Gabriel’s Gift – Hanif Kureishi

 

Austerlitz – W.G. Sebald

 

Platform – Michael Houellebecq

 

Schooling – Heather McGowan

 

The Corrections – Jonathan Franzen

 

Don’t Move – Margaret Mazzantini

 

The Body Artist – Don DeLillo

 

Fury – Salman Rushdie

 

The Ground Beneath Her Feet – Salman Rushdie

 

 

 

 

At Swim, Two Boys – Jamie O’Neill

 

Choke – Chuck Palahniuk

 

Life of Pi – Yann Martel

 

The Feast of the Goat – Mario Vargos Llosa

 

An Obedient Father – Akhil Sharma

 

 

 

The Devil and Miss Prym – Paulo Coelho

 

Veronika Decides to Die – Paulo Coelho

 

 

 

Spring Flowers, Spring Frost – Ismail Kadare

 

The Heart of Redness – Zakes Mda

 

Under the Skin – Michel Faber

 

Ignorance – Milan Kundera

 

 

 

Nineteen Seventy Seven – David Peace

 

Celestial Harmonies – Péter Esterházy

 

City of God – E.L. Doctorow

 

How the Dead Live – Will Self

 

The Human Stain – Philip Roth

 

 

 

The Blind Assassin – Margaret Atwood

 

 

 

Small Remedies – Shashi Deshpande

 

Super-Cannes – J.G. Ballard

 

House of Leaves – Mark Z. Danielewski

 

Blonde – Joyce Carol Oates

 

Pastoralia – George Saunders

 

 

The Romantics – Pankaj Mishra

 

Cryptonomicon – Neal Stephenson

 

As If I Am Not There – Slavenka Drakuli?

 

Everything You Need – A.L. Kennedy

 

Fear and Trembling – Amélie Nothomb

 

 

 

 

Elementary Particles – Michel Houellebecq

 

Intimacy – Hanif Kureishi

 

Cloudsplitter – Russell Banks

 

All Souls Day – Cees Nooteboom

 

The Talk of the Town – Ardal O’Hanlon

 

The Poisonwood Bible – Barbara Kingsolver

 

Glamorama – Bret Easton Ellis

 

Another World – Pat Barker

 

The Ghost Road – Pat Barker

 

The Hours – Michael Cunningham

 

A Home at the End of the World – Michael Cunningham

 

 

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Mason & Dixon – Thomas Pynchon

 

The God of Small Things – Arundhati Roy

 

Memoirs of a Geisha – Arthur Golden

 

Great Apes – Will Self

 

Underworld – Don DeLillo

 

Jack Maggs – Peter Carey

 

The Life of Insects – Victor Pelevin

 

American Pastoral – Philip Roth

 

The Untouchable – John Banville

 

Silk – Alessandro Baricco

 

Cocaine Nights – J.G. Ballard

 

Hallucinating Foucault – Patricia Duncker

 

Fugitive Pieces – Anne Michaels

 

Forever a Stranger – Hella Haasse

 

Infinite Jest – David Foster Wallace

 

The Clay Machine-Gun – Victor Pelevin

 

Alias Grace – Margaret Atwood

 

 

 

 

Morvern Callar – Alan Warner

 

The Information – Martin Amis

 

The Moor’s Last Sigh – Salman Rushdie

 

 

 

Sabbath’s Theater – Philip Roth

 

The Rings of Saturn – W.G. Sebald

 

The Reader – Bernhard Schlink

 

A Fine Balance – Rohinton Mistry

 

Love’s Work – Gillian Rose

 

The End of the Story – Lydia Davis

 

The Folding Star – Alan Hollinghurst

 

Whatever – Michel Houellebecq

 

Land – Park Kyong-ni

 

 

 

The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle – Haruki Murakami

Pereira Declares: A Testimony – Antonio Tabucchi

City Sister Silver – Jàchym Topol

How Late It Was, How Late – James Kelman

Captain Corelli’s Mandolin – Louis de Bernieres

Felicia’s Journey – William Trevor

Disappearance – David Dabydeen

The Invention of Curried Sausage – Uwe Timm

The Shipping News – E. Annie Proulx

Trainspotting – Irvine Welsh

Birdsong – Sebastian Faulks

Looking for the Possible Dance – A.L. Kennedy

Operation Shylock – Philip Roth

Complicity – Iain Banks

On Love – Alain de Botton

What a Carve Up! – Jonathan Coe

A Suitable Boy – Vikram Seth

The Stone Diaries – Carol Shields

The Virgin Suicides – Jeffrey Eugenides

The House of Doctor Dee – Peter Ackroyd

The Robber Bride – Margaret Atwood

The Emigrants – W.G. Sebald

The Secret History – Donna Tartt

Life is a Caravanserai – Emine Özdamar

The Discovery of Heaven – Harry Mulisch

A Heart So White – Javier Marias

Possessing the Secret of Joy – Alice Walker

Indigo – Marina Warner

The Crow Road – Iain Banks

Written on the Body – Jeanette Winterson

Jazz – Toni Morrison

The English Patient – Michael Ondaatje

Smilla’s Sense of Snow – Peter Høeg

The Butcher Boy – Patrick McCabe

Black Water – Joyce Carol Oates

The Heather Blazing – Colm Tóibín

Asphodel – H.D. (Hilda Doolittle)

Black Dogs – Ian McEwan

Hideous Kinky – Esther Freud

Arcadia – Jim Crace

Wild Swans – Jung Chang

American Psycho – Bret Easton Ellis

Time’s Arrow – Martin Amis

Mao II – Don DeLillo

Typical – Padgett Powell

Regeneration – Pat Barker

Downriver – Iain Sinclair

Señor Vivo and the Coca Lord – Louis de Bernieres

Wise Children – Angela Carter

Get Shorty – Elmore Leonard

Amongst Women – John McGahern

Vineland – Thomas Pynchon

Vertigo – W.G. Sebald

Stone Junction – Jim Dodge

The Music of Chance – Paul Auster

The Things They Carried – Tim O’Brien

 

 

 

Like Life – Lorrie Moore

 

Possession – A.S. Byatt

 

The Buddha of Suburbia – Hanif Kureishi

 

The Midnight Examiner – William Kotzwinkle

 

A Disaffection – James Kelman

 

Sexing the Cherry – Jeanette Winterson

 

Moon Palace – Paul Auster

 

Billy Bathgate – E.L. Doctorow

 

The Melancholy of Resistance – László Krasznahorkai

 

The Temple of My Familiar – Alice Walker

 

The Trick is to Keep Breathing – Janice Galloway

 

The History of the Siege of Lisbon – José Saramago

 

Like Water for Chocolate – Laura Esquivel

 

A Prayer for Owen Meany – John Irving

 

London Fields – Martin Amis

The Book of Evidence – John Banville

Cat’s Eye – Margaret Atwood

Foucault’s Pendulum – Umberto Eco

The Beautiful Room is Empty – Edmund White

Wittgenstein’s Mistress – David Markson

The Satanic Verses – Salman Rushdie

The Swimming-Pool Library – Alan Hollinghurst

Oscar and Lucinda – Peter Carey

Libra – Don DeLillo

The Player of Games – Iain M. Banks

Nervous Conditions – Tsitsi Dangarembga

The Long Dark Teatime of the Soul – Douglas Adams

Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency – Douglas Adams

The Radiant Way – Margaret Drabble

The Afternoon of a Writer – Peter Handke

The Black Dahlia – James Ellroy

The Passion – Jeanette Winterson

The Pigeon – Patrick Süskind

The Child in Time – Ian McEwan

Cigarettes – Harry Mathews

The Bonfire of the Vanities – Tom Wolfe

The New York Trilogy – Paul Auster

World’s End – T. Coraghessan Boyle

Enigma of Arrival – V.S. Naipaul

The Taebek Mountains – Jo Jung-rae

Beloved – Toni Morrison

Anagrams – Lorrie Moore

Matigari – Ngugi Wa Thiong’o

Marya – Joyce Carol Oates

Watchmen – Alan Moore & David Gibbons

The Old Devils – Kingsley Amis

Lost Language of Cranes – David Leavitt

An Artist of the Floating World – Kazuo Ishiguro

Extinction – Thomas Bernhard

Foe – J.M. Coetzee

The Drowned and the Saved – Primo Levi

Reasons to Live – Amy Hempel

The Parable of the Blind – Gert Hofmann

Love in the Time of Cholera – Gabriel García Márquez

Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit – Jeanette Winterson

The Cider House Rules – John Irving

A Maggot – John Fowles

Less Than Zero – Bret Easton Ellis

Contact – Carl Sagan

The Handmaid’s Tale – Margaret Atwood

Perfume – Patrick Süskind

Old Masters – Thomas Bernhard

White Noise – Don DeLillo

Queer – William Burroughs

Hawksmoor – Peter Ackroyd

Legend – David Gemmell

Dictionary of the Khazars – Milorad Pavi?

The Bus Conductor Hines – James Kelman

The Year of the Death of Ricardo Reis – José Saramago

The Lover – Marguerite Duras

Empire of the Sun – J.G. Ballard

The Wasp Factory – Iain Banks

Nights at the Circus – Angela Carter

The Unbearable Lightness of Being – Milan Kundera

Blood and Guts in High School – Kathy Acker

Neuromancer – William Gibson

Flaubert’s Parrot – Julian Barnes

Money: A Suicide Note – Martin Amis

Shame – Salman Rushdie

Worstward Ho – Samuel Beckett

Fools of Fortune – William Trevor

La Brava – Elmore Leonard

Waterland – Graham Swift

The Life and Times of Michael K – J.M. Coetzee

The Diary of Jane Somers – Doris Lessing

The Piano Teacher – Elfriede Jelinek

The Sorrow of Belgium – Hugo Claus

If Not Now, When? – Primo Levi

A Boy’s Own Story – Edmund White

The Color Purple – Alice Walker

Wittgenstein’s Nephew – Thomas Bernhard

A Pale View of Hills – Kazuo Ishiguro

Schindler’s Ark – Thomas Keneally

The House of the Spirits – Isabel Allende

The Newton Letter – John Banville

On the Black Hill – Bruce Chatwin

Concrete – Thomas Bernhard

The Names – Don DeLillo

Rabbit is Rich – John Updike

Lanark: A Life in Four Books – Alasdair Gray

The Comfort of Strangers – Ian McEwan

July’s People – Nadine Gordimer

Summer in Baden-Baden – Leonid Tsypkin

Broken April – Ismail Kadare

Waiting for the Barbarians – J.M. Coetzee

Midnight’s Children – Salman Rushdie

Rites of Passage – William Golding

Rituals – Cees Nooteboom

Confederacy of Dunces – John Kennedy Toole

City Primeval – Elmore Leonard

The Name of the Rose – Umberto Eco

The Book of Laughter and Forgetting – Milan Kundera

Smiley’s People – John Le Carré

Shikasta – Doris Lessing

A Bend in the River – V.S. Naipaul

Burger’s Daughter - Nadine Gordimer

The Safety Net – Heinrich Böll

If On a Winter’s Night a Traveler – Italo Calvino

The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy – Douglas Adams

The Cement Garden – Ian McEwan

The World According to Garp – John Irving

Life: A User’s Manual – Georges Perec

The Sea, The Sea – Iris Murdoch

The Singapore Grip – J.G. Farrell

Yes – Thomas Bernhard

The Virgin in the Garden – A.S. Byatt

In the Heart of the Country – J.M. Coetzee

The Passion of New Eve – Angela Carter

Delta of Venus – Anaïs Nin

The Shining – Stephen King

Dispatches – Michael Herr

Petals of Blood – Ngugi Wa Thiong’o

Song of Solomon – Toni Morrison

The Hour of the Star – Clarice Lispector

The Left-Handed Woman – Peter Handke

Ratner’s Star – Don DeLillo

The Public Burning – Robert Coover

Interview With the Vampire – Anne Rice

Cutter and Bone – Newton Thornburg

Amateurs – Donald Barthelme

Patterns of Childhood – Christa Wolf

Autumn of the Patriarch – Gabriel García Márquez

W, or the Memory of Childhood – Georges Perec

A Dance to the Music of Time – Anthony Powell

Grimus – Salman Rushdie

The Dead Father – Donald Barthelme

Fateless – Imre Kertész

Willard and His Bowling Trophies – Richard Brautigan

High Rise – J.G. Ballard

Humboldt’s Gift – Saul Bellow

Dead Babies – Martin Amis

Correction – Thomas Bernhard

Ragtime – E.L. Doctorow

The Fan Man – William Kotzwinkle

Dusklands – J.M. Coetzee

The Lost Honor of Katharina Blum – Heinrich Böll

Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy – John Le Carré

Breakfast of Champions – Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.

Fear of Flying – Erica Jong

A Question of Power – Bessie Head

The Siege of Krishnapur – J.G. Farrell

The Castle of Crossed Destinies – Italo Calvino

Crash – J.G. Ballard

The Honorary Consul – Graham Greene

Gravity’s Rainbow – Thomas Pynchon

The Black Prince – Iris Murdoch

Sula – Toni Morrison

Invisible Cities – Italo Calvino

The Breast – Philip Roth

The Summer Book – Tove Jansson

G – John Berger

Surfacing – Margaret Atwood

House Mother Normal – B.S. Johnson

In A Free State – V.S. Naipaul

The Book of Daniel – E.L. Doctorow

Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas – Hunter S. Thompson

Group Portrait With Lady – Heinrich Böll

The Wild Boys – William Burroughs

Rabbit Redux – John Updike

The Sea of Fertility – Yukio Mishima

The Driver’s Seat – Muriel Spark

The Ogre – Michael Tournier

The Bluest Eye – Toni Morrison

Goalie’s Anxiety at the Penalty Kick – Peter Handke

I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings – Maya Angelou

Mercier et Camier – Samuel Beckett

Troubles – J.G. Farrell

Jahrestage – Uwe Johnson

The Atrocity Exhibition – J.G. Ballard

Tent of Miracles – Jorge Amado

Pricksongs and Descants – Robert Coover

Blind Man With a Pistol – Chester Hines

Slaughterhouse-five – Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.

The French Lieutenant’s Woman – John Fowles

The Green Man – Kingsley Amis

Portnoy’s Complaint – Philip Roth

The Godfather – Mario Puzo

Ada – Vladimir Nabokov

Them – Joyce Carol Oates

A Void/Avoid – Georges Perec

Eva Trout – Elizabeth Bowen

Myra Breckinridge – Gore Vidal

The Nice and the Good – Iris Murdoch

Belle du Seigneur – Albert Cohen

Cancer Ward – Aleksandr Isayevich Solzhenitsyn

The First Circle – Aleksandr Isayevich Solzhenitsyn

2001: A Space Odyssey – Arthur C. Clarke

Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? – Philip K. Dick

Dark as the Grave Wherein My Friend is Laid – Malcolm Lowry

The German Lesson – Siegfried Lenz

In Watermelon Sugar – Richard Brautigan

A Kestrel for a Knave – Barry Hines

The Quest for Christa T. – Christa Wolf

Chocky – John Wyndham

The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test – Tom Wolfe

The Cubs and Other Stories – Mario Vargas Llosa

One Hundred Years of Solitude - Gabriel García Márquez

The Master and Margarita – Mikhail Bulgakov

Pilgrimage – Dorothy Richardson

The Joke – Milan Kundera

No Laughing Matter – Angus Wilson

The Third Policeman – Flann O’Brien

A Man Asleep – Georges Perec

The Birds Fall Down – Rebecca West

Trawl – B.S. Johnson

In Cold Blood – Truman Capote

The Magus – John Fowles

The Vice-Consul – Marguerite Duras

Wide Sargasso Sea – Jean Rhys

Giles Goat-Boy – John Barth

The Crying of Lot 49 – Thomas Pynchon

Things – Georges Perec

The River Between – Ngugi wa Thiong’o

August is a Wicked Month – Edna O’Brien

God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater – Kurt Vonnegut

Everything That Rises Must Converge – Flannery O’Connor

The Passion According to G.H. – Clarice Lispector

Sometimes a Great Notion – Ken Kesey

Come Back, Dr. Caligari – Donald Bartholme

Albert Angelo – B.S. Johnson

Arrow of God – Chinua Achebe

The Ravishing of Lol V. Stein – Marguerite Duras

Herzog – Saul Bellow

V. – Thomas Pynchon

Cat’s Cradle – Kurt Vonnegut

The Graduate – Charles Webb

Manon des Sources – Marcel Pagnol

The Spy Who Came in from the Cold – John Le Carré

The Girls of Slender Means – Muriel Spark

Inside Mr. Enderby – Anthony Burgess

The Bell Jar – Sylvia Plath

One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich – Aleksandr Isayevich Solzhenitsyn

The Collector – John Fowles

One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest – Ken Kesey

A Clockwork Orange – Anthony Burgess

Pale Fire – Vladimir Nabokov

The Drowned World – J.G. Ballard

The Golden Notebook – Doris Lessing

Labyrinths – Jorg Luis Borges

Girl With Green Eyes – Edna O’Brien

The Garden of the Finzi-Continis – Giorgio Bassani

Stranger in a Strange Land – Robert Heinlein

Franny and Zooey – J.D. Salinger

A Severed Head – Iris Murdoch

Faces in the Water – Janet Frame

Solaris – Stanislaw Lem

Cat and Mouse – Günter Grass

The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie – Muriel Spark

Catch-22 – Joseph Heller

The Violent Bear it Away – Flannery O’Connor

How It Is – Samuel Beckett

Our Ancestors – Italo Calvino

The Country Girls – Edna O’Brien

To Kill a Mockingbird – Harper Lee

Rabbit, Run – John Updike

Promise at Dawn – Romain Gary

Cider With Rosie – Laurie Lee

Billy Liar – Keith Waterhouse

Naked Lunch – William Burroughs

The Tin Drum – Günter Grass

Absolute Beginners – Colin MacInnes

Henderson the Rain King – Saul Bellow

Memento Mori – Muriel Spark

Billiards at Half-Past Nine – Heinrich Böll

Breakfast at Tiffany’s – Truman Capote

The Leopard – Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa

Pluck the Bud and Destroy the Offspring – Kenzaburo Oe

A Town Like Alice – Nevil Shute

The Bitter Glass – Eilís Dillon

Things Fall Apart – Chinua Achebe

Saturday Night and Sunday Morning – Alan Sillitoe

Mrs. ‘Arris Goes to Paris – Paul Gallico

Borstal Boy – Brendan Behan

The End of the Road – John Barth

The Once and Future King – T.H. White

The Bell – Iris Murdoch

Jealousy – Alain Robbe-Grillet

Voss – Patrick White

The Midwich Cuckoos – John Wyndham

Blue Noon – Georges Bataille

Homo Faber – Max Frisch

On the Road – Jack Kerouac

Pnin – Vladimir Nabokov

Doctor Zhivago – Boris Pasternak

The Wonderful “O” – James Thurber

Justine – Lawrence Durrell

Giovanni’s Room – James Baldwin

The Lonely Londoners – Sam Selvon

The Roots of Heaven – Romain Gary

Seize the Day – Saul Bellow

The Floating Opera – John Barth

The Lord of the Rings – J.R.R. Tolkien

The Talented Mr. Ripley – Patricia Highsmith

Lolita – Vladimir Nabokov

A World of Love – Elizabeth Bowen

The Trusting and the Maimed – James Plunkett

The Quiet American – Graham Greene

The Last Temptation of Christ – Nikos Kazantzákis

The Recognitions – William Gaddis

The Ragazzi – Pier Paulo Pasolini

Bonjour Tristesse – Françoise Sagan

I’m Not Stiller – Max Frisch

Self Condemned – Wyndham Lewis

The Story of O – Pauline Réage

A Ghost at Noon – Alberto Moravia

Lord of the Flies – William Golding

Under the Net – Iris Murdoch

The Go-Between – L.P. Hartley

The Long Goodbye – Raymond Chandler

The Unnamable – Samuel Beckett

Watt – Samuel Beckett

Lucky Jim – Kingsley Amis

Junkie – William Burroughs

The Adventures of Augie March – Saul Bellow

Go Tell It on the Mountain – James Baldwin

Casino Royale – Ian Fleming

The Judge and His Hangman – Friedrich Dürrenmatt

Invisible Man – Ralph Ellison

The Old Man and the Sea – Ernest Hemingway

Wise Blood – Flannery O’Connor

The Killer Inside Me – Jim Thompson

Memoirs of Hadrian – Marguerite Yourcenar

Malone Dies – Samuel Beckett

Day of the Triffids – John Wyndham

Foundation – Isaac Asimov

The Opposing Shore – Julien Gracq

The Catcher in the Rye – J.D. Salinger

The Rebel – Albert Camus

Molloy – Samuel Beckett

The End of the Affair – Graham Greene

The Abbot C – Georges Bataille

The Labyrinth of Solitude – Octavio Paz

The Third Man – Graham Greene

The 13 Clocks – James Thurber

Gormenghast – Mervyn Peake

The Grass is Singing – Doris Lessing

I, Robot – Isaac Asimov

The Moon and the Bonfires – Cesare Pavese

The Garden Where the Brass Band Played – Simon Vestdijk

Love in a Cold Climate – Nancy Mitford

The Case of Comrade Tulayev – Victor Serge

The Heat of the Day – Elizabeth Bowen

Kingdom of This World – Alejo Carpentier

The Man With the Golden Arm – Nelson Algren

Nineteen Eighty-Four – George Orwell

All About H. Hatterr – G.V. Desani

Disobedience – Alberto Moravia

Death Sentence – Maurice Blanchot

The Heart of the Matter – Graham Greene

Cry, the Beloved Country – Alan Paton

Doctor Faustus – Thomas Mann

The Victim – Saul Bellow

Exercises in Style – Raymond Queneau

If This Is a Man – Primo Levi

Under the Volcano – Malcolm Lowry

The Path to the Nest of Spiders – Italo Calvino

The Plague – Albert Camus

Back – Henry Green

Titus Groan – Mervyn Peake

The Bridge on the Drina – Ivo Andri?

Brideshead Revisited – Evelyn Waugh

Animal Farm – George Orwell

Cannery Row – John Steinbeck

The Pursuit of Love – Nancy Mitford

Loving – Henry Green

Arcanum 17 – André Breton

Christ Stopped at Eboli – Carlo Levi

The Razor’s Edge – William Somerset Maugham

Transit – Anna Seghers

Ficciones – Jorge Luis Borges

Dangling Man – Saul Bellow

The Little Prince – Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

Caught – Henry Green

The Glass Bead Game – Herman Hesse

Embers – Sandor Marai

Go Down, Moses – William Faulkner

The Outsider – Albert Camus

In Sicily – Elio Vittorini

The Poor Mouth – Flann O’Brien

The Living and the Dead – Patrick White

Hangover Square – Patrick Hamilton

Between the Acts – Virginia Woolf

The Hamlet – William Faulkner

Farewell My Lovely – Raymond Chandler

For Whom the Bell Tolls – Ernest Hemingway

Native Son – Richard Wright

The Power and the Glory – Graham Greene

The Tartar Steppe – Dino Buzzati

Party Going – Henry Green

The Grapes of Wrath – John Steinbeck

Finnegans Wake – James Joyce

At Swim-Two-Birds – Flann O’Brien

Coming Up for Air – George Orwell

Goodbye to Berlin – Christopher Isherwood

Tropic of Capricorn – Henry Miller

Good Morning, Midnight – Jean Rhys

The Big Sleep – Raymond Chandler

After the Death of Don Juan – Sylvie Townsend Warner

Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day – Winifred Watson

Nausea – Jean-Paul Sartre

Rebecca – Daphne du Maurier

Cause for Alarm – Eric Ambler

Brighton Rock – Graham Greene

U.S.A. – John Dos Passos

Murphy – Samuel Beckett

Of Mice and Men – John Steinbeck

Their Eyes Were Watching God – Zora Neale Hurston

The Hobbit – J.R.R. Tolkien

The Years – Virginia Woolf

In Parenthesis – David Jones

The Revenge for Love – Wyndham Lewis

Out of Africa – Isak Dineson (Karen Blixen)

To Have and Have Not – Ernest Hemingway

Summer Will Show – Sylvia Townsend Warner

Eyeless in Gaza – Aldous Huxley

The Thinking Reed – Rebecca West

Gone With the Wind – Margaret Mitchell

Keep the Aspidistra Flying – George Orwell

Wild Harbour – Ian MacPherson

Absalom, Absalom! – William Faulkner

At the Mountains of Madness – H.P. Lovecraft

Nightwood – Djuna Barnes

Independent People – Halldór Laxness

Auto-da-Fé – Elias Canetti

The Last of Mr. Norris – Christopher Isherwood

They Shoot Horses, Don’t They? – Horace McCoy

The House in Paris – Elizabeth Bowen

England Made Me – Graham Greene

Burmese Days – George Orwell

The Nine Tailors – Dorothy L. Sayers

Threepenny Novel – Bertolt Brecht

Novel With Cocaine – M. Ageyev

The Postman Always Rings Twice – James M. Cain

Tropic of Cancer – Henry Miller

A Handful of Dust – Evelyn Waugh

Tender is the Night – F. Scott Fitzgerald

Thank You, Jeeves – P.G. Wodehouse

Call it Sleep – Henry Roth

Miss Lonelyhearts – Nathanael West

Murder Must Advertise – Dorothy L. Sayers

The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas – Gertrude Stein

Testament of Youth – Vera Brittain

A Day Off – Storm Jameson

The Man Without Qualities – Robert Musil

A Scots Quair (Sunset Song) – Lewis Grassic Gibbon

Journey to the End of the Night – Louis-Ferdinand Céline

Brave New World – Aldous Huxley

Cold Comfort Farm – Stella Gibbons

To the North – Elizabeth Bowen

The Thin Man – Dashiell Hammett

The Radetzky March – Joseph Roth

The Waves – Virginia Woolf

The Glass Key – Dashiell Hammett

Cakes and Ale – W. Somerset Maugham

The Apes of God – Wyndham Lewis

Her Privates We – Frederic Manning

Vile Bodies – Evelyn Waugh

The Maltese Falcon – Dashiell Hammett

Hebdomeros – Giorgio de Chirico

Passing – Nella Larsen

A Farewell to Arms – Ernest Hemingway

Red Harvest – Dashiell Hammett

Living – Henry Green

The Time of Indifference – Alberto Moravia

All Quiet on the Western Front – Erich Maria Remarque

Berlin Alexanderplatz – Alfred Döblin

The Last September – Elizabeth Bowen

Harriet Hume – Rebecca West

The Sound and the Fury – William Faulkner

Les Enfants Terribles – Jean Cocteau

Look Homeward, Angel – Thomas Wolfe

Story of the Eye – Georges Bataille

Orlando – Virginia Woolf

Lady Chatterley’s Lover – D.H. Lawrence

The Well of Loneliness – Radclyffe Hall

The Childermass – Wyndham Lewis

Quartet – Jean Rhys

Decline and Fall – Evelyn Waugh

Quicksand – Nella Larsen

Parade’s End – Ford Madox Ford

Nadja – André Breton

Steppenwolf – Herman Hesse

Remembrance of Things Past – Marcel Proust

To The Lighthouse – Virginia Woolf

Tarka the Otter – Henry Williamson

Amerika – Franz Kafka

The Sun Also Rises – Ernest Hemingway

Blindness – Henry Green

The Castle – Franz Kafka

The Good Soldier Švejk – Jaroslav Hašek

The Plumed Serpent – D.H. Lawrence

One, None and a Hundred Thousand – Luigi Pirandello

The Murder of Roger Ackroyd – Agatha Christie

The Making of Americans – Gertrude Stein

Manhattan Transfer – John Dos Passos

Mrs. Dalloway – Virginia Woolf

The Great Gatsby – F. Scott Fitzgerald

The Counterfeiters – André Gide

The Trial – Franz Kafka

The Artamonov Business – Maxim Gorky

The Professor’s House – Willa Cather

Billy Budd, Foretopman – Herman Melville

The Green Hat – Michael Arlen

The Magic Mountain – Thomas Mann

We – Yevgeny Zamyatin

A Passage to India – E.M. Forster

The Devil in the Flesh – Raymond Radiguet

Zeno’s Conscience – Italo Svevo

Cane – Jean Toomer

Antic Hay – Aldous Huxley

Amok – Stefan Zweig

The Garden Party – Katherine Mansfield

The Enormous Room – E.E. Cummings

Jacob’s Room – Virginia Woolf

Siddhartha – Herman Hesse

The Glimpses of the Moon – Edith Wharton

Life and Death of Harriett Frean – May Sinclair

The Last Days of Humanity – Karl Kraus

Aaron’s Rod – D.H. Lawrence

Babbitt – Sinclair Lewis

Ulysses – James Joyce

The Fox – D.H. Lawrence

Crome Yellow – Aldous Huxley

The Age of Innocence – Edith Wharton

Main Street – Sinclair Lewis

Women in Love – D.H. Lawrence

Night and Day – Virginia Woolf

Tarr – Wyndham Lewis

The Return of the Soldier – Rebecca West

The Shadow Line – Joseph Conrad

Summer – Edith Wharton

Growth of the Soil – Knut Hamsen

Bunner Sisters – Edith Wharton

A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man – James Joyce

Under Fire – Henri Barbusse

Rashomon – Akutagawa Ryunosuke

The Good Soldier – Ford Madox Ford

The Voyage Out – Virginia Woolf

Of Human Bondage – William Somerset Maugham

The Rainbow – D.H. Lawrence

The Thirty-Nine Steps – John Buchan

Kokoro – Natsume Soseki

Locus Solus – Raymond Roussel

Rosshalde – Herman Hesse

Tarzan of the Apes – Edgar Rice Burroughs

The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists – Robert Tressell

Sons and Lovers – D.H. Lawrence

Death in Venice – Thomas Mann

The Charwoman’s Daughter – James Stephens

Ethan Frome – Edith Wharton

Fantômas – Marcel Allain and Pierre Souvestre

Howards End – E.M. Forster

Impressions of Africa – Raymond Roussel

Three Lives – Gertrude Stein

Martin Eden – Jack London

Strait is the Gate – André Gide

Tono-Bungay – H.G. Wells

The Inferno – Henri Barbusse

A Room With a View – E.M. Forster

The Iron Heel – Jack London

The Old Wives’ Tale – Arnold Bennett

The House on the Borderland – William Hope Hodgson

Mother – Maxim Gorky

The Secret Agent – Joseph Conrad

The Jungle – Upton Sinclair

Young Törless – Robert Musil

The Forsyte Sage – John Galsworthy

The House of Mirth – Edith Wharton

Professor Unrat – Heinrich Mann

Where Angels Fear to Tread – E.M. Forster

Nostromo – Joseph Conrad

Hadrian the Seventh – Frederick Rolfe

The Golden Bowl – Henry James

The Ambassadors – Henry James

The Riddle of the Sands – Erskine Childers

The Immoralist – André Gide

The Wings of the Dove – Henry James

Heart of Darkness – Joseph Conrad

The Hound of the Baskervilles – Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

Buddenbrooks – Thomas Mann

Kim – Rudyard Kipling

Sister Carrie – Theodore Dreiser

Lord Jim – Joseph Conrad

 

1800s

Some Experiences of an Irish R.M. – Somerville and Ross

The Stechlin – Theodore Fontane

The Awakening – Kate Chopin

The Turn of the Screw – Henry James

The War of the Worlds – H.G. Wells

The Invisible Man – H.G. Wells

What Maisie Knew – Henry James

Fruits of the Earth – André Gide

Dracula – Bram Stoker

Quo Vadis – Henryk Sienkiewicz

The Island of Dr. Moreau – H.G. Wells

The Time Machine – H.G. Wells

Effi Briest – Theodore Fontane

Jude the Obscure – Thomas Hardy

The Real Charlotte – Somerville and Ross

The Yellow Wallpaper – Charlotte Perkins Gilman

Born in Exile – George Gissing

Diary of a Nobody – George & Weedon Grossmith

The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes – Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

News from Nowhere – William Morris

New Grub Street – George Gissing

Gösta Berling’s Saga – Selma Lagerlöf

Tess of the D’Urbervilles – Thomas Hardy

The Picture of Dorian Gray – Oscar Wilde

The Kreutzer Sonata – Leo Tolstoy

La Bête Humaine – Émile Zola

By the Open Sea – August Strindberg

Hunger – Knut Hamsun

The Master of Ballantrae – Robert Louis Stevenson

Pierre and Jean – Guy de Maupassant

Fortunata and Jacinta – Benito Pérez Galdés

The People of Hemsö – August Strindberg

The Woodlanders – Thomas Hardy

She – H. Rider Haggard

The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde – Robert Louis Stevenson

The Mayor of Casterbridge – Thomas Hardy

Kidnapped – Robert Louis Stevenson

King Solomon’s Mines – H. Rider Haggard

Germinal – Émile Zola

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn – Mark Twain

Bel-Ami – Guy de Maupassant

Marius the Epicurean – Walter Pater

Against the Grain – Joris-Karl Huysmans

The Death of Ivan Ilyich – Leo Tolstoy

A Woman’s Life – Guy de Maupassant

Treasure Island – Robert Louis Stevenson

The House by the Medlar Tree – Giovanni Verga

The Portrait of a Lady – Henry James

Bouvard and Pécuchet – Gustave Flaubert

Ben-Hur – Lew Wallace

Nana – Émile Zola

The Brothers Karamazov – Fyodor Dostoevsky

The Red Room – August Strindberg

Return of the Native – Thomas Hardy

Anna Karenina – Leo Tolstoy

Drunkard – Émile Zola

Virgin Soil – Ivan Turgenev

Daniel Deronda – George Eliot

The Hand of Ethelberta – Thomas Hardy

The Temptation of Saint Anthony – Gustave Flaubert

Far from the Madding Crowd – Thomas Hardy

The Enchanted Wanderer – Nicolai Leskov

Around the World in Eighty Days – Jules Verne

In a Glass Darkly – Sheridan Le Fanu

The Devils – Fyodor Dostoevsky

Erewhon – Samuel Butler

Spring Torrents – Ivan Turgenev

Middlemarch – George Eliot

Through the Looking Glass, and What Alice Found There – Lewis Carroll

King Lear of the Steppes – Ivan Turgenev

He Knew He Was Right – Anthony Trollope

War and Peace – Leo Tolstoy

Sentimental Education – Gustave Flaubert

Phineas Finn – Anthony Trollope

Maldoror – Comte de Lautréaumont

The Idiot – Fyodor Dostoevsky

The Moonstone – Wilkie Collins

Little Women – Louisa May Alcott

Thérèse Raquin – Émile Zola

The Last Chronicle of Barset – Anthony Trollope

Journey to the Centre of the Earth – Jules Verne

Crime and Punishment – Fyodor Dostoevsky

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland – Lewis Carroll

Our Mutual Friend – Charles Dickens

Uncle Silas – Sheridan Le Fanu

Notes from the Underground – Fyodor Dostoevsky

The Water-Babies – Charles Kingsley

Les Misérables – Victor Hugo

Fathers and Sons – Ivan Turgenev

Silas Marner – George Eliot

Great Expectations – Charles Dickens

On the Eve – Ivan Turgenev

Castle Richmond – Anthony Trollope

The Mill on the Floss – George Eliot

The Woman in White – Wilkie Collins

The Marble Faun – Nathaniel Hawthorne

Max Havelaar – Multatuli

A Tale of Two Cities – Charles Dickens

Oblomovka – Ivan Goncharov

Adam Bede – George Eliot

Madame Bovary – Gustave Flaubert

North and South – Elizabeth Gaskell

Hard Times – Charles Dickens

Walden – Henry David Thoreau

Bleak House – Charles Dickens

Villette – Charlotte Brontë

Cranford – Elizabeth Gaskell

Uncle Tom’s Cabin; or, Life Among the Lonely – Harriet Beecher Stowe

The Blithedale Romance – Nathaniel Hawthorne

The House of the Seven Gables – Nathaniel Hawthorne

Moby-Dick – Herman Melville

The Scarlet Letter – Nathaniel Hawthorne

David Copperfield – Charles Dickens

Shirley – Charlotte Brontë

Mary Barton – Elizabeth Gaskell

The Tenant of Wildfell Hall – Anne Brontë

Wuthering Heights – Emily Brontë

Agnes Grey – Anne Brontë

Jane Eyre – Charlotte Brontë

Vanity Fair – William Makepeace Thackeray

The Count of Monte-Cristo – Alexandre Dumas

La Reine Margot – Alexandre Dumas

The Three Musketeers – Alexandre Dumas

The Purloined Letter – Edgar Allan Poe

Martin Chuzzlewit – Charles Dickens

The Pit and the Pendulum – Edgar Allan Poe

Lost Illusions – Honoré de Balzac

A Christmas Carol – Charles Dickens

Dead Souls – Nikolay Gogol

The Charterhouse of Parma – Stendhal

The Fall of the House of Usher – Edgar Allan Poe

The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby – Charles Dickens

Oliver Twist – Charles Dickens

The Nose – Nikolay Gogol

Le Père Goriot – Honoré de Balzac

Eugénie Grandet – Honoré de Balzac

The Hunchback of Notre Dame – Victor Hugo

The Red and the Black – Stendhal

The Betrothed – Alessandro Manzoni

Last of the Mohicans – James Fenimore Cooper

The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner – James Hogg

The Albigenses – Charles Robert Maturin

Melmoth the Wanderer – Charles Robert Maturin

The Monastery – Sir Walter Scott

Ivanhoe – Sir Walter Scott

Frankenstein – Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley

Northanger Abbey – Jane Austen

Persuasion – Jane Austen

Ormond – Maria Edgeworth

Rob Roy – Sir Walter Scott

Emma – Jane Austen

Mansfield Park – Jane Austen

Pride and Prejudice – Jane Austen

The Absentee – Maria Edgeworth

Sense and Sensibility – Jane Austen

Elective Affinities – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Castle Rackrent – Maria Edgeworth

 

1700s

Hyperion – Friedrich Hölderlin

The Nun – Denis Diderot

Camilla – Fanny Burney

The Monk – M.G. Lewis

Wilhelm Meister’s Apprenticeship – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

The Mysteries of Udolpho – Ann Radcliffe

The Interesting Narrative – Olaudah Equiano

The Adventures of Caleb Williams – William Godwin

Justine – Marquis de Sade

Vathek – William Beckford

The 120 Days of Sodom – Marquis de Sade

Cecilia – Fanny Burney

Confessions – Jean-Jacques Rousseau

Dangerous Liaisons – Pierre Choderlos de Laclos

Reveries of a Solitary Walker – Jean-Jacques Rousseau

Evelina – Fanny Burney

The Sorrows of Young Werther – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Humphrey Clinker – Tobias George Smollett

The Man of Feeling – Henry Mackenzie

A Sentimental Journey – Laurence Sterne

Tristram Shandy – Laurence Sterne

The Vicar of Wakefield – Oliver Goldsmith

The Castle of Otranto – Horace Walpole

Émile; or, On Education – Jean-Jacques Rousseau

Rameau’s Nephew – Denis Diderot

Julie; or, the New Eloise – Jean-Jacques Rousseau

Rasselas – Samuel Johnson

 

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Candide – Voltaire

The Female Quixote – Charlotte Lennox

Amelia – Henry Fielding

Peregrine Pickle – Tobias George Smollett

Fanny Hill – John Cleland

Tom Jones – Henry Fielding

Roderick Random – Tobias George Smollett

Clarissa – Samuel Richardson

Pamela – Samuel Richardson

Jacques the Fatalist – Denis Diderot

Memoirs of Martinus Scriblerus – J. Arbuthnot, J. Gay, T. Parnell, A. Pope, J. Swift

Joseph Andrews – Henry Fielding

A Modest Proposal – Jonathan Swift

Gulliver’s Travels – Jonathan Swift

Roxana – Daniel Defoe

Moll Flanders – Daniel Defoe

Love in Excess – Eliza Haywood

Robinson Crusoe – Daniel Defoe

A Tale of a Tub – Jonathan Swift

 

Pre-1700

Oroonoko – Aphra Behn

The Princess of Clèves – Marie-Madelaine Pioche de Lavergne, Comtesse de La Fayette

The Pilgrim’s Progress – John Bunyan

Don Quixote – Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra

 

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The Unfortunate Traveller – Thomas Nashe

Euphues: The Anatomy of Wit – John Lyly

Gargantua and Pantagruel – Françoise Rabelais

The Thousand and One Nights – Anonymous

The Golden Ass – Lucius Apuleius

Aithiopika – Heliodorus

Chaireas and Kallirhoe – Chariton

Metamorphoses – Ovid

Aesop’s Fables – Aesopus

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