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Mayerson's Favorite 21 Books in alphabetical order because ranking would be just toooooo hard:
A New Leaf (Jack Ritchie)
Air Guitar (Dave Hickey)
Bedouin Hornbook (Nathaniel Mackey)
Black Looks (bell hooks)
City of Quartz (Mike Davis)
Dada: Art and Anti-art (Hans Richter)
In Praise of Shadows (Junichiro Tanizaki)
Lost History (Robert Parry)
Mapp and Lucia (EF Benson)
Screams From the Balcony (Charles Bukowski)
Secrets of the Temple (William Greider)
Sleepwalking Through History (Haynes Johnson)
Something Wicked This Way Comes (Ray Bradbury)
The Awakened Eye (Frederick Frank)
The Betrayal of America (Vincent Bugliosi)
The Complete Fiction of Bruno Schulz (Bruno Schulz)
The Dimensions of the Present Moment (Mrioslav Holub)
The Dustbin of History (Greil Marcus)
The Long Goodbye (Raymond Chandler)
The Makioka Sisters (Junichiro Tanizaki)
Travels in Hyper Reality (Umberto Eco)
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