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2006-03-30 20:55:41 (UTC)

The new BOOK LIST

Shakespeare (all sonnets)
~Tragedies
- The Life of Timon of Athens - 1607
- The Tempest - 1611
- Antony and Cleopatra - 1607
- The Tragedy of Coriolanus - 1608
- The Tragedy of Cymbeline - 1610
- The Tragedy of King Lear - 1605
- Othello, The Moor of Venice - 1604
- The Tragedy of Titus Andronicus - 1592
- The Winter's Tale - 1610
~Comedies
- All's Well That Ends Well - 1598
- As You Like It - 1598
- The Comedy of Errors - 1591
- Love's Labour's Lost - 1590
- Measure for Measure - 1604
- The Merry Wives of Windsor - 1599
- Much Ado About Nothing - 1600
- The Taming of the Shrew - 1594
- Twelfth Night, or What You Will - 1599
- The Two Gentlemen of Verona - 1591
~Histories
- The Life and Death of King John - 1596
- The Tragedy of King Richard the Second - 1597
- The Tragedy of Richard the Third, With the Landing
of Earl Richmond and the Battle at Bosworth Field - 1593
- The First Part of King Henry the Fourth - 1597
- The Second Part of King Henry the Fourth - 1597
- The Life of Henry the Fifth - 1599
- The First Part of King Henry the Sixth - 1592
- The Second Part of King Henry the Sixth - 1593
- The Third Part of King Henry the Sixth - 1595
- The History of Troilus and Cressida - 1602
- The Life of King Henry the Eighth - 1613
~Poems
- Amiens’ Song
- Ariel's Song
- Dawn Song
- Dirge of Love
- Fancy
- Fidele’s Dirge
- A Lover and His Lass
- A Lover's Complaint - 1609
- Love’s Perjuries
- Lullaby
- A Madrigal
- O Mistress Mine
- Ophelia’s Song
- The Passionate Pilgrim - 1599
- The Phoenix and the Turtle - 1601
- The Rape of Lucrece - 1594
- A Sea Dirge
- Silvia
- Spring
- Take, O Take
- Under the Greenwood Tree
- Venus and Adonis - 1593
- Where the Bee Sucks
- Winter
~The Sonnets (of 154)
- minus 1-4 and 47

some of these I'm more enthused about reading then
others, I'll try to read and think about a sonnet a day
and just cross out which of the 154 I've done that with. I
might set up a xanga site to keep up with my thoughts on
these things. Make it strictly about my personal
educational journey.

Anne Rice (all vamp chron)
- The Queen of the Damned (1988)
- The Tale of the Body Thief (1992)
- The Vampire Armand (1998)
- Merrick (2000)
- Blood and Gold (2001)
- Blackwood Farm (2002)
- Blood Canticle (2003)
- Pandora
- Vittorio the Vampire

If I really want to, which I just might due to her
writing, I might read her eroticas The Claiming of
Sleeping Beauty (1983), Beauty's Punishment (1984)
Beauty's Release (1985), out of curiousity. The titles
seem intrigueing. Besides, by the time I catch up to this
list she's probably gonna have more books out there. I'm
not sure whether I wanna read up on her witch stories.
We'll see.. that's still a few years away.

Classics (top 100 minus those I've already read and those
on the shakespeare list)
1. The Iliad

3. The Aeneid

5. The Divine Comedy
6. Travels of Marco Polo

8. Don Quxote

10. The Pilgrim's Progress
11. Robinson Crusoe
12. Moll Flanders
13. Gulliver's Travels
14. Tom Jones
15. Candide
16. Ancient Mariner
17. The Tragedy of Faust
18. The Lady of the Lake
19. Ivanhoe
20. Pride and Prejudice
21. Frankenstein
22. The Red and the Black
23. Last of the Mohicans
24. The Three Musketeers
25. Carmen
26. Jane Eyre
27. Wuthering Heights
28. Vanity Fair
29. David Copperfield
30. A Tale of Two Cities
31. Great Expectations

33. Camille
34. Moby Dick
35. Madame Bovary
36. Idyls of the King
37. Silas Marner
38. Middlemarch
39. Les Miserables
40. Fathers and Sons
41. Crime and Punishment
42. Brothers Karamazov
43. Little Women
44. Far from the Madding Crowd
45. The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
46. The Prince and the Pauper

48. A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court
49. Anna Karenina
50. War and Peace
51. The Return of the Native
52. Tess of the D'Urbervilles
53. The Portrait of a Lady
54. The Turn of the Screw
55. Treasure Island

57. The Time Machine

59. The Way of All Flesh
60. Call of the Wild
61. Babbitt
62. An American Tragedy
63. The Great Gatsby
64. A Farewell to Arms
65. For Whom the Bell Tolls
66. The Old Man and the Sea
67. The Maltese Falcon
68. Of Mice and Men

70. To Kill a Mockingbird
71. The Republic
72. The Prince
73. The Social Contract
74. The Wealth of Nations
75. The Origin of Species
76. Das Kapital
77. The Decline of the West
78. Prometheus Bound
79. Oedipus Rex

85. Tartuffe
86. Peer Gynt
87. A Doll's House
88. The Importance of Being Earnest
89. Cyrano de Bergerac
90. The Cherry Orchard

92. Death of a Salesman
93. Nicomachean Ethics
94. Meditations
95. Critique of Pure Reason
96. The World as Will and Idea
97. Nature
98. Self-Reliance
99. Walden
100. How We Think

well that subtracts 13 of 100

Okay so there's a whole bunch of classics... some of
which I don't even know where to start with. Those...
should I ever get the urge to read will be added in later.
There's still some on this list that I can't think of at
the moment but will be added on probably as soon as I go
to the library again.

I'm probably gonna make a seperate entity for the books of
philosophers as oppose to novels, like Plato

Other
~ Dale Carnegie
- How to win friends and influence people
~ John Gray, Ph.D.
- Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus
~Ayn Rian (something like that)
- atlas shrugged
~
- Beyond Positive Thinking

It would be awesome overall if I could find someone to
read these books with me. We'd find a way to keep on track
and eventually discuss them. I don't want to join a book
club, or a class that has their own selections. I just
want one, tops two people to be able to bounce ideas from.
Preferable one. I'm thinking of a certain guy, but I
doubt... well he might, but might not be his thing to keep
focused on it. I'll bring up the idea of my goal when
we're talking and we'll see what his reaction would be. If
he wants to get in on it, Great!

to be updated later


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