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Flatland
Edwin A. Abbott
This is a fun and excellent exercise in how to visualize Euclidean space. Ian Stewart's Annotated Flatland is definitive.
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The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
Douglas Adams
One of the most comedic science fiction books ever written, I revisit it every few years.
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Watership Down
Richard Adams
While I certainly don't regret reading it, I would never read it again. Too dark.
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Little Women
Louisa May Alcott
Very enjoyable period piece, and lovely to see how the different personas are developed.
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The Book of Three
Lloyd Alexander
The first book was good, though the series itself was hardly memorable.
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Fairy Tales
Hans Christian Andersen
Delightful stories painted with a dark brush.
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The Arabian Nights
I can only say that the 16-volume Burton translation is the best. What a tapestry!
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Confessions
Saint Augustine
For the Christian especially, to see the real struggles a giant of the faith must endure is a good lesson for us all.
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Pride and Prejudice
Jane Austen
Absolutely delightful!
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Tuck Everlasting
Natalie Babbitt
A long time since I've read this, but it was definitely worth it.
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Waiting for Godot
Samuel Beckett
Quite humorous; I wish I could have seen it performed.
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Madeline
Ludwig Bemelmans
Wonderful!
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The Bible
Ought to be read from cover to cover, like any book, to understand it's contents; dipping in here and there does not work.
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Goodnight Moon
Margaret Wise Brown, pictures by Clement Hurd
For the love of bunnies everywhere!
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A Clockwork Orange
Anthony Burgess
Essential angst-ridden book of failed reform. Do find a copy with the restored ending chapters.
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Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass
Lewis Carroll
A perennial favorite of mine, I never tire of it.
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The Big Sleep
Raymond Chandler
Tense, terse, edge-of-your-seat writing at it's best. The epitome of noir.
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The Man Who Was Thursday
G. K. Chesterton
Suspenseful and entertaining. And short.
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