Over the past few days, I read Speculum de l’autre femme by Luce Irigaray, in its entirety, in French. It was by turns satisfying and despair-inducing. The last time I pulled off an endurance test like this was last spring, when I read Pannenberg’s Anthropology in Theological Perspective (in English) in a similar amount of time. (The only other “big book” I remember within the last couple years is Küng’s On Being a Christian, which incidentally was totally not worth it.)
Perhaps we could all use the comments to this thread to share the reading achievements we are most proud of.