Sea of Reads

Peripatetic, itinerant, eclectic musings about books, politics, history, language, culture, and anything else that interests me.

Lost and Found

Emily Temple at Flavorwire lists 10 novels that were thought lost, never got published, and are only now seeing the light of day. They are:

  1. The Sea Is My Brother, by Jack Kerouac
  2. The Third Reich, by Roberto Rolaño
  3. The Pursued, by C.S. Forester
  4. The Watsons, by Jane Austen
  5. Ah Pook Is Here, by William S. Burroughs and Malcolm McNeill
  6. The Narrative of John Smith, by Arthur Conan Doyle
  7. The Inheritance, by Louisa May Alcott
  8. Paris in the Twentieth Century, by Jules Verne
  9. The Cocktail Waitress, by James M. Cain
  10. Mr. Tumpy’s Caravan, by Enid Blyton

Details about each book, and links to further information about them, is here.

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This entry was posted on December 14, 2011 by in Literary, Publishing.
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