Waking up on Monday to find this music icon has passed away may have come as a shock to many, but behind the musician and actor was a literary man. To bring recognition to his love of the written word, I thought it would be a great tribute to show what a prolific reader this man was.
On October 1st 2013, openculture.com posted this article written by Josh Jones:
“David Bowie Is,” the extensive retrospective exhibit of the artist and his fabulous costumes, hit Toronto last Friday …, and as many people have reported, in addition to those costumes—and photos, instruments, set designs, lyric sheets, etc.—the show includes a list of Bowie’s favorite books. Described as a “voracious reader” by curator Geoffrey Marsh, Bowie’s top 100 book list spans decades, from Richard Wright’s raw 1945 memoir Black Boy to Susan Jacoby’s 2008 analysis of U.S. anti-intellectualism in The Age of…
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