I’ve noticed that I often bring up in conversation one or more of the fascinating books I’ve been reading lately, only to fail utterly at recalling titles or authors’ names. I’ll take this opportunity to at least have a handy reference available for anyone who cares to follow up on something I’ve said.
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History, Politics & Social Science
Anti-Education by Nietzsche, Friedrich
The Art of Worldly Wisdom by Gracián, Baltasar
Churchill & Orwell: The fight for freedom by Ricks, Thomas E.
College Disrupted:The great unbundling of higher education by Craig , Ryan
Eighty Days: Nellie Bly and Elizabeth Bisland’s history-making race around the world by Goodman, Matthew
Grand Hotel Abyss: The lives of the Frankfurt School by Jeffries, Stuart
Margaret Fuller: Bluestocking, romantic, revolutionary by Wilson, Ellen
Walden by Thoreau, Henry D.
Pimsleur German I (audio CD)
Pimsleur Spanish I (audio CD)
Life of Fred: Pre-Algebra 0 with Physics by Schmidt, Stanley F.
Anecdotes of Destiny by Isak Dinesen
Edge of Evil by Jance, J.A.
Finding Her Way (YA title) by Faigen, Anne
M.C. Higgins the Great by (YA title) by Hamilton, Virginia
The Odds of Loving Grover Cleveland (YA title) by Rebekah Crane*
I’ve been reading a fair amount for two disparate reasons. Continue reading