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    bankai_th_1 is offline Banned Regular
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    ABSOLUTE C++ ,DISCRTETE MATHEMATICS WITH APPLICATION, CALCULUS B, INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SCIENCE USING JAVA
    soory but i don have time too read story book cuz i have to read my school books. also i read manga

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    Cricket_Nip is offline Member Frequent Poster
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    I read I, Jedi. It was pretty good, I mean, Corran like pwns hard, right, and stuff.

    Right now I am reading:

    The Dialogues of Plato- by Plato (presumably)
    The Interpretation of Dreams- by Sigmund Freud (on hold)
    Sophie's World- by Jostein Gaarder (philosophy is interesting)
    and random stories on FF.net, FP.com, and by H.P. Lovecraft.

    I've never read Pride and Prejudice, what's it like?

    @th_1: Discrete Mathematics as opposed to loud and obnoxious mathematics? . So you're like a Computer Science Major
    Either this man is dead or my watch has stopped.

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    aallx is offline Senior Member Respected Member
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    I'm too preoccupied with reading manga so I really haven't been reading any books lately. As for my recommends, try reading Alexandre Dumas' The Three Musketeers and The Count Of Monte Cristo. The Da Vinci Code is also a nice reading material. Christopher Pike novels for suspense.
    Daijoubu! Saa, mae ni susumou taiyou wo itsumo mune ni...

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    iron skull is offline Senior Member Well Known
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    A picture of Dorian Grey by Oscar Wilde. quite a good one if you like his work.
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    Jakko1234 is offline Senior Member Respected Member
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    Here's my biased opinion on all of those:
    Marcus Aureliaus' Meditations>Plato's Republic>Dialogues of Plato
    Count of Monte Cristo and Three Musketeers are both amazing
    I heard a joke about the Picture of Dorian Gray, which was an alternative title called "The Picture of Dorian Gay," I kept thinking about that title and the little summary that accompanied it the entire way through the book, and it really spoiled it for me, I couldn't enjoy it.
    Last edited by Jakko1234; 03-02-2006 at 05:40 AM.


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    Gibwy is offline Senior Member Regular
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    Same as bankai, reading school books, history books -_-
    Last novel i read was Les Liaisons dangereuses by Choderlos de Laclos... don't know the english title... Dangerous Liaisons?
    Good book.

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    Chiyo is offline Member Newbie
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    At the moment its Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy...but technically I'm reading that for my course.
    You will not be able to sleep, so why don't you....just stay awake

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    LotusBoyRock is offline Senior Member Regular
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    anyone read Night by Elie Wiesel??? or the Crucible??? those are my favorite books... The Crucible was just awesome... stupid sluts crying witchcraft XD

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    amiredah is offline Member Frequent Poster
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    For leisure: The Shadow of the Wind - Carlos Ruiz Zafon

    For my course: The Passion of New Eve - Angela Carter
    The Tempest - Shakespeare
    The Norton Anthology of Poetry Fifth Edition

    I'm taking BA English Literature by the way.

    It is dreadful I must say...

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    Aurora86 is offline Senior Member Long Time Member
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    (Shocked and horrified GASP)
    It is not i'm studying the same it's awesome.
    Although it might be your profs. We have some Harvard class guys who just prefer Ireland. Apparently our ed level is really great and much stricter than other countries.
    Two girls i know missed out on Med here but went abroad(I.E ENGLAND) and were near the top of their class!!!!!
    Reading Beowulf
    Caesar
    Wuthering heights
    Sense and sensibility
    Chaucer to spencer, poetry an anthology
    Middle age poetry
    Renaissance poetry
    And for fun Glass Dragons, by Sean McMullen

 

 
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