Discussion in 'Books' started by Dirtyhippycommiebastard, Sep 15, 2010.
Oblomov by Ivan Goncharov.
Just going to start Intimacy by Jean-Paul Sartre
Deleuze and Guattari "Anti-Oedipus - Capitalism and Schizophrenia."
The Origin of Species, Charles Darwin
Sleeping Beauties by Stephen and Owen King.
Did you like it, what did you think?
Just starting on this
Bob Dylan "Chronicles" part one.
Seven years in Tibet by Heinrich Harrer.
right now i'm obligated to read for school, so reading isn't the best pass time for me. I'm reading some great textbooks though. Very interesting material...
Mustang - A Lost Tibetan Kingdom by Michel Peissel!
It's a really old and smelly copy but fascinating!
It makes me sneeze!
Finally getting to Elfquest. Spectacular art, it reminds me of the Rankin-Bass Hobbit.
I have a free sample of "Race in America" on my Kindle desktop app. It's for a class I'm taking next semester in junior college. I haven't started reading it yet though.
"Blitzed" by Norman Ohler. It's the story of drugs in Nazi Germany. We're talking methamphetamine, which they invented, cocaine and many others. Just started it, but it's absolutely fascinating.
God in the Mirror by Miles McPherson, which seems like a religious positive thinking book. If you've ever talked to me or seen my posts in Philosophy and Religion, you'd probably think it's an odd choice for me to read and it is. I don't mind reading Theistic Philosophy, but I'm under the impression this is not going to be on the level of a Rene Descartes. I randomly found the book though and since the bulk of my focus recently is not directed towards reading, I thought it'd be interesting to check out and entertain the perspective.
Crime and Punishment
"Race in America" by Matthew Desmond and Mustafa Emirbayer as well as "Environmental Policy" Norman J. Vig and Michael E. Kraft.
One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel Garcia Marquez.
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