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Tragedy and Philosophy by Walter Kaufmann
Tragedy and Philosophy
by Walter Kaufmann
read in January, 2011
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it, as far as I can tell takes a view of tragedy beginning with Plato, aristotle, and socrates, then moves on to more modern philosophy, examining such things as Medea and Oedipus.
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Collected Poems by Dylan Thomas
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Under Milk Wood by Dylan Thomas
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Turn Coat by Jim Butcher
Turn Coat (The Dresden Files, #11)
by Jim Butcher (Goodreads Author)
read in December, 2010
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Living with Nietzsche by Robert C. Solomon
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On the Genealogy of Morals/Ecce Homo by Friedrich Nietzsche
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I finished both but having read Ecce Homo, I went back to Genealogy. Walter Kaufmann's notes and translation are most helpful.
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"I've been looking for this. Found a copy Sunday at half price books. It was in Italian. "
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Changes by Jim Butcher
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Okay, you know when a book series comes out, the hero starts out lovable or grumpy or really, really good at a particular thing? Then as the series evolves, the hero becomes more and more infallible, until the blemishes are gone along with any modicu...more
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Great Expectations by Charles Dickens
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I first read this book in the ninth grade. Unlike other books we had to read (Silas Marner for one, I don't know if I even spelled it correctly and I don't care), I thought it was wonderful. I read two chapters ahead so I could go reread them in clas...more
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Pulp by Charles Bukowski
Pulp
by Charles Bukowski
read in August, 2010
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