Sunday, February 21, 2010

Bibliography

I recently started keeping a list of what I have been reading. this list has no theme, I suppose, except what has come to me to read. The history books and one or two others are books that Erin has to read this semester. The biographies are all from the library. I could grab just about anything in the biography section. I mean, there were bios of every member of ‘N SYNC. I will either screw up my courage and take the books out, or read them there. Anyway, this list represents something or other.

Biographies

Lenin, Ronald Clark
One Fine Stooge, Larry Fine's Frizzy Life in Pictures, Steve Cox & Jim Terry
Little Man (Meyer Lansky), Robert Lacey
Dr Goebbels, His Life and Death, Roger Manvell
Lost Puritan (Robert Lowell), Paul Mariani
Many Tears from Now, Paul McCartney
Scott Fitzgerald, Jeffrey Meyer
One Matchless Time (William Faulkner), Jay Parini
The Unabridged Journals of Sylvia Plath
History
History—A Very Short Introduction, John H. Arnold
A Brief History of the Human Race, Michael Cook
A Brief History of Islam* Tamara Sonn
Learning
The Artist's Way at Work, Mark Bryan with Julia Cameron & Catherine Allen
Moral Principles in Education, John Dewey
Experience and Education, John Dewey
Reading Magic, Mem Fox
Pedagogy of the Oppressed, Paulo Freire
Thinking in Pictures,Temple Grandin
A Pedagogy for Liberation, Ira Shor & Paulo Freire
Beyond Freedom and Dignity, B.F. Skinner
The Writer's Journey, Christopher Vogler
Leaving Microsoft to Change the World, John Wood
Novels
Clan of the Cave Bear, Jean Auel
Sphere, Michael Crichton
Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom, Cory Doctorow
For Whom the Bell Tolls, Ernest Hemingway
Philosophy
Understanding the Mind, Geshe Kelsang Gyatso
The Phenomenology of Mind,
G. W. F Hegel
Kant, Robert Scruton
Hegel, Peter Singer
Why Religion Matters, Huston Smith
Technical
HTML, XHTML & CSS, Elizabeth Castro
Microsoft Manual of Style for Technical Publications

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