I'm interested in Linux, electronics and European history.
American modernist authors are just the best! I'm talking beat generation and beyond. The language is youthful and just beneath formal. I find once you get much later than that everything gets too informal to be descriptive or convey concepts.
Artsy dramas and coming of age films -mostly depressing ones.
Renaissance, gregorian and ambient/experimental electronic.
"And all I loved, I loved alone" -Edgar Allen Poe, Alone
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"That's so hard. Example: Aristotle's Physics, the beginning bits, are foundational -- but they're hard, and surely not everyone needs to read them. If you're a scholar, sure.
I think you should know what's…"
"Here's a list of books that, as an English teacher, I feel are good, essential, important, etc. Some are newer, many are classics. I'll add to the list as I think of more but this is the best I can do at 6:30…"
"Not required reading, but these are probably good to read. I fully recognize how limited this list is and not inclusive of different authors and cultures.
Iliad & Odyssey
Hesiod - Theogony
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There's a similar thread right now but it's bizarre and spammy. So. What, in your opinion, is required reading to be part of the human race? What is absolutely essential, whether it be philosophy, history, religion, or even classic fiction or poetry?See More