Underground New York Public Library

The Underground New York Public Library is a visual library featuring the Reading-Riders of the NYC subways.
This project is not affiliated with The New York Public Library

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"Black Spring," by Henry Miller
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“Fallen,” by Lauren Kate
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"The Hum and the Shiver," by Alex Bledsoe
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"On the Road," by Jack Kerouac
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"The Master and Margarita," by Mikhail Bulgakov

Translated by Michael Karpelson

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"The Best American Essays 2012," Edited by Robert Atwan & David Brooks
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Star Wars (The Old Republic): Revan,” by Drew Karpyshyn

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"The Left Hand of Darkness," by Ursula K. Le Guin

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"Tell No One," by Harlan Coben

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"This Is How You Lose Her," by Junot Díaz

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I saw Junot Díaz on Wednesday night at Symphony Space. He was interesting, both bold and reserved too, somehow like his stories. An actor read “The Cheater’s Guide to Love,” a story from this collection, and I was gripped throughout. 

"Jar City: A Reykjavi­k Thriller," by Arnaldur Indriðason

Translated by Bernard Scudder 

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"Forty-one False Starts: Essays on Artists and Writers," by Janet Malcolm

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"Side Effects," by Woody Allen

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"An Unofficial Rose," by Iris Murdoch

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"Fresh Wind, Fresh Fire: What Happens When God’s Spirit Invades the Hearts of His People," by Jim Cymbala

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