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  • Stanley Skiba

    The Invisible Man [1897] Interesting take on human behavior. Are we free to be as we like or only as free as society allows us? The machinations of being invisible. Another version regarding human behavior from Plato's Republic [Book 2] (The Ring of Gyges - magical invisibility ring) Sound familiar. The Lord of the Rings also "borrowed" the idea or "was influenced" by it years later.

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#tolkien This was my first Tolkien read. This is what it looked like. Hardback, wrapped in that protective library plastic. I read the 3 Rings that followed it. I fell in love. Don't get me wrong, I loved the movies. But the books... Let's just say I loved Tolkien before he was a big production.

The Happiness Project by Gretchen Rubin {Lauren Conrad's Summer Reading List}

I read this when i was 13. I am rarely disturbed by books, but this one i found moving. Well worth the read; a sign of a good book sometimes, I find, is one that makes you uncomfortable in your own skin because it charges you to re-look at your own humanity

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The Year of Magical Thinking: Joan Didion: 9781400078431: Books

Walt Whitman - Noiseless Patient Spider is one of my favorite poems in this book.

'Devices and Desires' by P. D. James - Download a free ebook sample and give it a try! Don't forget to share it, too.

7/16/13 Sylvia Plath, The Bell Jar... A stunning glimpse into a complex mindset. I liked this book because, unlike Catcher In The Rye, Plath's crazy was almost relatable. She uses gorgeous wordage to SHOW us how it feels to live inside your mind. I am I am I am....