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Truman by David McCullough
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Genius by James Gleick
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A nice easy read of Feynman's life broken down into the places he lived, schooled, and taught. It's definitely a nice addendum to "Surely You're Joking, Mr. Feynman" and it reveals some of his inner workings and the love lost in his life.

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Genius by James Gleick
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The Yiddish Policemen's Union by Michael Chabon
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This book's plot read like a John Grisham novel in my opinion. The language was obviously more sophisticated and the metaphorical imagery more original and smart, but the characters themselves were very prosaic. The cop with a messed up family life,...more
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Speak, Memory by Vladimir Nabokov
Speak, Memory
by Vladimir Nabokov
read in May, 2014
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Nabokov's book reminds me of precocious and incredibly smart children, of the privileged wealthy. An endless parade of tutors always, as to be expected, humble and without much means, presented to him as educators. N. Being as smart as he was a const...more
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Speak, Memory by Vladimir Nabokov
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The Sense of an Ending by Julian Barnes
The Sense of an Ending
by Julian Barnes (Goodreads Author)
read in May, 2013
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This short but very powerful novel has a casual and easy flow, that is packed with a depth of insight laid out so effortlessly that Barnes gives a sense that he didn't just come to these life-lessons and dwell on them, but rather moved on quickly and...more
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The Twenty-Seventh City by Jonathan Franzen
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It's interesting to see so many themes in this first novel that I would find later in "The Corrections" and "Freedom." The use of young female characters who, on the surface, appear strong and confident, to only be seduced and bedded by young male ch...more
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