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Just finished "The Darlings."
post #4532 of 5751
Rilke on Black by Ken Bruen.
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I started reading this book about three different times and couldn't get through it for some reason.
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I started reading this book about three different times and couldn't get through it for some reason.

maybe because no pix? lol8[1].gif (jk pB)
post #4535 of 5751
The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism by Max Weber. It's for class.
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I really want to read that. Have you read Nine Lives?
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I started reading this book about three different times and couldn't get through it for some reason.

You have to read it before you have kids, because it gets a lot harder to read when you're a dad.
post #4538 of 5751
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I started reading this book about three different times and couldn't get through it for some reason.

sublime prose: ..." I gave her to hold in her awkward fist the sceptre of my passion."
Brings a tear.
post #4539 of 5751
Next on my list:
Shalom Auslander's novel, Hope: A Tragedy, is a satirical exploration of what it would mean to find an elderly Anne Frank living in one's attic
Any novel with this line gets my attention, "I'm sick of all that Holocaust shit"
post #4540 of 5751
just read: Karl Marx -- Selected Writings, and now off to read John Stuart Mill!
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Just started Neil Gaiman's American Gods
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maybe because no pix? lol8[1].gif (jk pB)
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You have to read it before you have kids, because it gets a lot harder to read when you're a dad.
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sublime prose: ..." I gave her to hold in her awkward fist the sceptre of my passion."
Brings a tear.

I mean, I was enjoying it. Nobody likes high school girls more than me, but other things always took over.
post #4543 of 5751
"The Blind Watchmaker" by Richard Dawkins. It's a bit involved but given the subject matter - how evolution works - he's doing a good job of explaining things.
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revisiting the book series of ' Rich Dad, Poor Dad '  - Completely Epic.

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revisiting the book series of ' Rich Dad, Poor Dad '  - Completely Epic.

I enjoyed reading the first book a great deal, a lot of wisdom and common sense.
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