Famous writers fess up about great works they've never pulled off the bookshelf. Read their confessions, then let us know what you've been meaning to read in the comments below.
"The Golden Bowl, by Henry James. I should have read all of James's major works, because I like difficult stuff, but for some reason I have a deficit here. I am really embarrassed about this, and because James is much beloved by a lot of serious high-art types of my acquaintance, when it comes up I go suddenly deaf for fear I will be found out. Now, apparently, the jig is up." — Rick Moody, author of The Four Fingers of Death and The Ice Storm


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