#TopTenTuesday meme is run by That Artsy Reader Girl (the original creator is The Broke and The Bookish) and I also saw it at What Cathy Read Next and Stuck in a Book. This “10 Authors” topic was actually the theme of the last week’s blogging event and, hopefully, I will be forgiven for giving it a go this week (this week’s topic is “Bookish Merchandise I’d Love to Own”).
I would like to explore the worlds of French playwrights and I am going to start with Molière. The Misanthrope, The Hypochondriac and Le Médecin malgré lui (“the doctor in spite of himself”), a satire on the 17th century French medicine, all sound like great (tragi)comedies.
II. Hiroko Oyamada
I cannot believe I am still to read any Oyamada because I have wanted to read her books for so long. I am excited to read both The Factory  and The Hole . Oyamada’s writings have been compared to Franz Kafka and so her books are likely to be right up my alley.
III. Julio Cortazar
I already ranted elsewhere how badly I want to read Julio Cortázar’s masterpiece Hopscotch , but its size and complexity do put me off. I am also curious about this Argentine-French writer’s short stories and he had left plenty.Continue reading “10 Authors I Haven’t Read, But Want To”