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After your book and DVDs, what other books should I read?

Jun 22, 2011

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After your book and DVDs, what other books should I read? - Question/Answer Q & A Discussion

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Temujin: Another book what I have read
at Jul 04, 2011 - 10:32 AM
Goleman's 'Emotional Intelligence' is quite good too
at Jul 03, 2011 - 9:22 PM
McKee's "Story" is a great book because he's a no bullshit guy and his book is no bullshit too. Simple. Practicle. And fillllleddd with endless riches. I first it when I was 15; I'm 23, almost 24, and I've read it six times over; the book is almost in tatters from being carried everywhere from high school math classes to the lunch room, to a host of college dorms, university classrooms, apartments, picnic tables, library stalls, all the way to my desk at home.

There's always something more to get from "Story" --especially after reading it once.
orange-mystique: An interesting book on how cruelty in child-rearing can lead to violence in adult-hood
at Jun 28, 2011 - 6:38 AM
I'm currently reading 'For your own good: Hidden cruelty in child-rearing and the roots of violence' by Alice Miller (ISBN: 978-0374522698). The book discusses the dangers of 'poisonous pedagogy' and the impact it has had on individuals and society itself. It includes interesting sections that focus on Christine F. and Hitler. I've found it to be an interesting resource in shaping both Antagonists and Protagonists.
Temujin: A List of books and authors - about serious things
at Jun 22, 2011 - 2:43 PM
War and Peace - it's about Russia
The Bible - full of implausible characters
CJ Jung's - better than Freud
Breudel? (French Sociologist) - on change in society as it happens while you can't see it happening
The Odyssy
Any Greek Myth
Thomas Mann
George Eliot
18th century european writers

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