Nonfiction November continues. Our host for week two is Lu at Regular Rumination and our topic is Book Pairings. Leslie explains:
The original intention of this week’s theme was put together a fiction book and a nonfiction book that go well together. If you decide to pair two nonfiction books together, that works too! It could be two (or more!) books you’ve read, one book you’ve read and one you have not, or two books that you’ve added to your TBR and want to read that you think will complement and inform each other.The possibilities here seem endless, so I've decided to limit myself to titles I've read this year. For those with literary leanings, I suggest...
So We Read On: How The Great Gatsby Came to Be and Why It Endures... an interesting mix of literary discussion, F. Scott Fitzgerald biography, and memoir from author and NPR book critic Maureen Corrigan.
After reading Corrigan's book, dust off your copy of The Great Gatsby. If you haven't read it since high school, or even in the past decade, you won't believe it's the same book!
What book pairings would you suggest?