Books I’ve read in 2018

Classics-:

1. The fall- Albert Camus
2. The Stranger – Camus
3. Heart of Darkness- Joseph Conrad
4. The confusions of Young Torless- Robert Musil
5. Utopia –Sir Thomas More
6. Slaughterhouse five- Kurt Vonnegut
7. The sorrows of young werther- Goethe
8. Waiting for Godot –Beckett
9. On the Heights of Despair- Emil Cioran
10. Journey to the end of the night- L.F.Celine
11. The Bell Jar –Sylvia Plath
12. Nausea- Sartre
13. No Longer Human- Ozamu Dazai
14. Correction- Bernhard
15. Extinction- Bernhard
16. The loser- Bernhard
17. Confusion- Stefan Zweig
18. Man’s fate- Andre Malraux
19. All quiet on the western front- Erich Maria Remarque
20. The Essential Kafka: The Castle; The Trial; Metamorphosis and Other Stories –Kafka
21. English, August: An Indian Story –Upamanyu Chatterjee

MALAYALAM
22. Charulata –Tagore (Malayalam translation)
23. Pottalile Itavazhikal- Abhilash Melethil (Malayalam)
24. Death Certificate- Anand (Malayalam)
25. Vishnu- Anand (Malayalam)

On Advertising
26. The Persuasive Copywriter –ENJ Carter
27. The Boron Letters –Gary Halbert
28. Reality in advertising- Rosser Reeves

29. Scientific Advertising –Claude C Hopkins
30. Making Ads Pay: Timeless Tips for Successful Copywriting –John Caples
31. AdKatha The Story of Indian Advertising –Anand Halve
32. Indian Advertising: Laughter and Tears- Arun Chaudhury
33. Ogilvy on advertising- David Ogilvy
34. Nawabs, Nudes, Noodles: India through 50 Years of Advertising-Ambi Parameswaran
35. Adland: A Global History of Advertising- Mark Turngate
36. A Technique for Producing Ideas –James Webb Young

Miscellaneous

37.The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time- Mark Haddon
38 . Neurotribes- Steve Silberman
39.A Life Interrupted the Story of My Battle with Bullying and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder –Sumi Mukherjee
40.An Anthropologist on Mars: Seven Paradoxical Tales –Oliver Sacks

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