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PostPosted: 04/10/06 05:35:24 AM 
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"Sobukhwe and apartheid" by benjamin pogrund

a very good read. this book not only covers the life of the man but also covers the brutality of apartheid in detail. it also points out so many people who fought for freedom in south africa that are not given credit by the current goverment.

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Don't know if it's been said, but "The Celestine Prophecy"


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Don't know if it's been said, but "The Celestine Prophecy"


too bad that's a wonderful read, yet the movie looks like complete and utter shiite.


i just picked up Pedagogy of the Oppressed by Paulo Freire

after that i'd like to read The Fan Man by William Kotzwinkle

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I'm still reading "Atlas Shrugged" by Ayn Rand...I stopped for a couple months because I've been busy, but I should finish it within the next week.


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any thing on a book called night?


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Milan Kundera - The Unbearable Lightness of Being

Charles Bukowski - Notes of a Dirty Old Man

Leo Tolstoy - War and Peace

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Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance

The Tibetan Book of the Dead

The Sandman graphic novel series


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the book of secrets - osho

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War Crimes or Just War? Iraq 2003 - The Legal Case Against Blair.


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:angel: This is a book that was given to me. I couldn't stop reading. Their Eyes Were Watching God By:Zora Neale Hurston

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Just Finished: The Sun Also Rises, The Scarlet Letter, World War Z, The Winter's Tale and The Tempest.

In Queue: Moby Dick, Don Quixote, Crime and Punishment and All is Quiet on the Western Front.

Reading Now: Ulysses and The Tale of Genji (both of them take a long time).

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The Scarlet Letter is dope.

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[quote="Sidra"]World War Z, quote]

been meaning to pick that up. just finished Stephen King: Cell

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Lewis carroll collection
this guy is great
full of rhetoric etc.
he's the one that wrote alice in wonderland

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Just finished Life of Pi - Very dope book, couldnt put it down and ended up finishing it in 3 days.


Now Reading : Complete Works of Carl Jung

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Just Finished: Neuromancer, All is Quiet on the Western Front, Notes from the Underground, At the Mountains of Madness and 1984.

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Reading Now: Ulysses, The Genji, Don Quixote (all slow going) and The Brothers Karamazov.

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I'm still reading "Atlas Shrugged" by Ayn Rand...I stopped for a couple months because I've been busy, but I should finish it within the next week.


I've been thinking of reading that, is it a easy read?

I'm currently reading Applied Economics by Thomas Sowell

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sidra, how can you read so many books at one time?
why not finish the book you're reading and THEN start a new one lol
i duno

i just finished a calvin and hobbes collection haha so good
duno whats next, i might go through this thread and find a good one

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Mole wrote:
I'm still reading "Atlas Shrugged" by Ayn Rand...I stopped for a couple months because I've been busy, but I should finish it within the next week.


I've been thinking of reading that, is it a easy read?

I'm currently reading Applied Economics by Thomas Sowell


It's not a real difficult read. Just long. Defintely a great read, you should enjoy it..


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And currently I'm reading "The Basic Kafka"..Selections of Franz Kafka's short stories, diary entries, and letters...


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