|Washington Post excerpts' Choices: 2008 Best Books of the Year|
|※以下の資料はDecember 7, 2008 'Best Books of 2008'のwashingtonpost.comからです。|
|BookTitle本のタイトル，by Arthors著者名． (Publisher出版社名)．
Non fiction ノンフィクション
Alphabet Juice, by Roy Blount Jr. (FSG).
Chagall, by Jackie Wullschlager (Knopf).
Hitler's Private Library, by Timothy W. Ryback (Knopf).
How Fiction Works, by James Wood (FSG).
Mrs. Woolf and the Servants, by Alison Light (Bloomsbury).
Posthumous Keats, by Stanley Plumly (Norton).
Rostropovich, by Elizabeth Wilson (Ivan R. Dee).
The Several Lives of Joseph Conrad, by John Stape (Pantheon).
A Summer of Hummingbirds, by Christopher Benfey (Penguin).
White Heat, by Brenda Wineapple (Knopf).
Alfred Kazin, by Richard M. Cook (Yale).
American Lion, by Jon Meacham (Random House).
Five Easy Decades, by Dennis McDougal (Wiley).
Gerard Manley Hopkins, by Paul Mariani (Viking).
Ida, by Paula J. Giddings (Amistad).
Madame de Staël, by Francine du Plessix Gray (Atlas & Co.).
The Man Who Created Sherlock Holmes, by Andrew Lycett (Free Press).
The Open Road, by Pico Iyer (Knopf).
A Passion for Nature, by Donald Worster (Oxford).
The Snowball, by Alice Schroeder (Bantam).
Stanley, by Tim Jeal (Yale).
Traitor to His Class, by H.W. Brands (Doubleday).
Tried by War, by James M. McPherson (Penguin).
The World Is What It Is, by Patrick French (Knopf).
The Ascent of Money, by Niall Ferguson (Penguin).
High Wire, by Peter Gosselin (Basic).
Payback, by Margaret Atwood (Anansi).
While America Aged, by Roger Lowenstein (Penguin).
America and the World, by Zbigniew Brzezinski and Brent Scowcroft (Basic).
Daydream Believers, by Fred Kaplan (Wiley).
Defeat, by Jonathan Steele (Counterpoint).
Dreams and Shadows, by Robin Wright (Penguin).
Freedom's Battle, by Gary J. Bass (Knopf).
The Limits of Power, by Andrew J. Bacevich (Metropolitan).
American-Made, by Nick Taylor (Bantam).
American Transcendentalism, by Philip F. Gura (Hill and Wang).
Capitol Men, by Philip Dray (Houghton Mifflin).
The Day Freedom Died, by Charles Lane (Henry Holt).
Defying Dixie, by Glenda Elizabeth Gilmore (Norton).
Hitler, the Germans, and the Final Solution, by Ian Kershaw (Yale).
Lincoln and Douglas, by Allen C. Guelzo (Simon & Schuster).
Prague in Danger, by Peter Demetz (FSG).
Sarah Johnson's Mount Vernon, by Scott E. Casper (Hill and Wang).
This Republic of Suffering, by Drew Gilpin Faust (Knopf).
Throes of Democracy, by Walter A. McDougall (Harper).
Vermeer's Hat, by Timothy Brook (Bloomsbury).
Waking Giant, by David S. Reynolds (Harper).
Audition, by Barbara Walters (Knopf).
Counselor, by Ted Sorensen (Harper).
From Harvey River, by Lorna Goodison (Amistad).
Grand Obsession, by Perri Knize (Scribner).
Hope's Boy, by Andrew Bridge (Hyperion).
Kinky Gazpacho, by Lori L. Tharps (Atria).
Résistance, by Agnès Humbert (Bloomsbury).
The Suicide Index, by Joan Wickersham (Harcourt).
The Bridge at the Edge of the World, by James Gustave Speth (Yale).
Dog Man, by Martha Sherrill (Penguin).
Hot, Flat, and Crowded, by Thomas L. Friedman (FSG).
The Best of All Possible Worlds, by Perri Knize (Scribner).
How to Read the Bible, by James Kugel (Free Press).
Nothing to be Frightened Of, by Julian Barnes (Knopf).
A Persistent Peace, by John Dear (Loyola).
Saving Darwin, by Karl W. Giberson (HarperOne).
Angler, by Barton Gellman (Penguin).
Nixonland, by Rick Perlstein (Scribner).
They Knew They Were Right, by Jacob Heilbrunn (Doubleday).
The Black Hole War, by Leonard Susskind (
The Telephone Gambit, by Seth Shulman
Your Inner Fish, by Neil Shubin (Pantheon).
Final Salute, by Jim Sheeler (Penguin).
In Defense of Food, by Michael Pollan (Penguin).
Outliers, by Malcolm Gladwell (Little, Brown).
Relentless Pursuit, by Donna Foote (Knopf).
Whatever It Takes, by Paul Tough (Houghton Mifflin).
The Assist: Hoops, Hope, and The Game of Their Lives, by Neil Swidey (PublicAffairs).
Playing the Enemy, by John Carlin (Penguin).
The Geography of Bliss, by Eric Weiner (Twelve
A Voyage Long and Strange, by Tony Horwitz (Henry Holt).
The Bin Ladens, by Steve Coll (Penguin).
The Dark Side, by Jane Mayer (Doubleday).
The Forever War, by Dexter Filkins (Knopf).
Law and the Long War, by Benjamin Wittes (Penguin).
The Shadow Factory, by James Bamford (Doubleday).
Spies for Hire, by Tim Shorrock (S&S).
Standard Operating Procedure, by Philip Gourevitch and Errol Morris (Penguin).
The Strongest Tribe, by Bing West (Random House).
The War Within, by Bob Woodward
1948, by Benny Morris
Bacardi and the Long Fight for Cuba, by Tom Gjelten (Viking)
Blood, Toil, Tears and Sweat, by John Lukacs (Basic).
China's Great Train, by Abrahm Lustgarten (Times).
The Decline and Fall of the British Empire 1781-1997, by Piers Brendon (Knopf)
Diamonds, Gold, and War, by Martin Meredith
The Dictator's Shadow, by Heraldo Muñoz (Basic).
Factory Girls, by Leslie T. Chang (Spiegel & Grau).
A Failed Empire, by Vladislav M. Zubok
Forgotten Continent, by Michael Reid (Yale).
Gandhi & Churchill, by Arthur Herman
God and Gold, by Walter Russell Mead (Knopf).
Traces the rise of the common
The House at Sugar Beach, by Helene Cooper (S&S).
Kingmakers, by Karl E. Meyer and Shareen Blair Brysac
The Lost Spy, by Andrew Meier (Norton).
Muqtada, by Patrick Cockburn (Scribner).
Out of Mao's Shadow, by Philip P. Pan (S&S).
Panama Fever, by Matthew Parker (Doubleday).
A Path Out of the Desert, by Kenneth M. Pollack
Sizwe's Test, by Jonny Steinberg (S&S).
The Terminal Spy, by Alan S. Cowell (Doubleday).
The Translator, by Daoud Hari, as told to Dennis Michael Burke and Megan M. McKenna
Tree of Rivers, by John Hemming (Thames & Hudson).
The Whisperers, by Orlando Figes (Metropolitan).
Alfred & Emily, by Doris Lessing (Harper).
America America, by Ethan Canin (Random House).
Beet, by Roger Rosenblatt (Ecco).
Beijing Comaby Ma Jian, translated from the Chinese by Flora Drew (Farrar Straus Giroux).
Breathby Tim Winton (FSG).
A Case of Exploding Mangoes, by Mohammed Hanif (Knopf).
Diary of a Bad Year, by J.M. Coetzee (Viking).
The Enchantress of Florence, by Salman Rushdie (RH).
Enlightenment, by Maureen Freely (Overlook).
Fanon, by John Edgar Wideman (Houghton).
A Father's Law, by Richard Wright (Harper Perennial).
The Flying Troutmans, by Miriam Toews (Counterpoint).
The German Bride, by Joanna Hershon (Ballantine).
Goldengrove, by Francine Prose (Harper).
The Good Thief, by Hannah Tinti (Dial).
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society, by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows (Dial).
His Illegal Self, by Peter Carey (Knopf).
Home, by Marilynne Robinson (FSG).
The House on Fortune Street, by Margot Livesey (Harper).
Indignation, by Philip Roth (Houghton).
The Konkans, by Tony D'Souza (Harcourt).
Life Class, by Pat Barker (Doubleday).
Love Marriage, by V.V. Ganeshananthan (RH).
Lush Life, by Richard Price (FSG).
Man in the Dark, by Paul Auster (Henry Holt).
The Northern Clemency, by Philip Hensher (Knopf).
Olive Kitteridge, by Elizabeth Strout (RH).
The Pig Did It, by Joseph Caldwell (Delphinium).
The Plague of Doves, by Louise Erdrich (HarperCollins).
Pravda, by Edward Docx (Mariner).
Serena, by Ron Rash (Ecco).
So Brave, Young, and Handsome, by Leif Enger (Atlantic).
Someone Knows My Name, by Lawrence Hill (Norton).
Songs for the Missing, by Stewart O'Nan (Viking).
The Soul Thief, by Charles Baxter (Pantheon).
The Story of a Marriage, by Andrew Sean Greer (FSG).
The Story of Edgar Sawtelle, by David Wroblewski (Ecco).
Trauma, by Patrick McGrath (Knopf).
We Are Now Beginning Our Descent, by James Meek (Canongate).
What Can I Do When Everything's On Fire?, by António Lobo Antunes, translated from the Portuguese by Gregory Rabassa (Norton).
When We Were Romans, by Matthew Kneale (Doubleday).
Windy City: A Novel of Politics, by Scott Simon (RH).
The Black Tower, by Louis Bayard (Morrow).
The Cellist of Sarajevo, by Steven Galloway (Riverhead).
The China Lover, by Ian Buruma (Penguin Press).
Daphne, by Justine Picardie (Bloomsbury).
Day, by A.L. Kennedy (Knopf).
Fall of Frost, by Brian Hall (Viking).
The Invention of Everything Else, by Samantha Hunt (Houghton).
Johnny One-Eye: A Tale of the American Revolution, by Jerome Charyn (Norton).
Killing Rommel, by Steven Pressfield (Doubleday).
Life and Death Are Wearing Me Out, by Mo Yan, translated from the Chinese by Howard Goldblatt (Arcade).
Palace Council, by Stephen L. Carter (Knopf).
Sea of Poppies, by Amitav Ghosh (FSG).
Skeletons at the Feast, by Chris Bohjalian (Shaye Areheart).
Stand the Storm, by Breena Clarke (Little, Brown).
Telex From Cuba, by Rachel Kushner (Scribner).
The Appeal, by John Grisham (Doubleday).
Cold in Hand, by John Harvey (Harcourt).
A Cure for Night, by Justin Peacock (Doubleday).
Fractured, by Karin Slaughter (Delacorte).
The Girl of His Dreams, by Donna Leon (Atlantic).
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, by Stieg Larsson, translated from the Swedish by Reg Keeland (Knopf).
The Killer's Wife, by Bill Floyd (St. Martin's).
L.A. Outlaws, by T. Jefferson Parker (Dutton).
The Legal Limit, by Martin Clark (Knopf).
Murder in the Rue de Paradis, by Cara Black (Soho).
The Sister, by Poppy Adams (Knopf).
Small Crimes, by Dave Zeltserman (Serpent's Tail).
When Will There Be Good News?, by Kate Atkinson (Little,Brown).
Dangerous Laughter, by Steven Millhauser (Knopf).
Dictation, by Cynthia Ozick (Houghton).
Our Story Begins, by Tobias Wolff (Knopf).
Poe's Children, edited by Peter Straub (Doubleday).
Say You're One of Them, by Uwem Akpan (Little, Brown).
The Size of the World, by Joan Silber (Norton).
Unaccustomed Earth, by Jhumpa Lahiri (Knopf).
Yesterday's Weather, by Anne Enright (Grove).
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