Friday, June 11, 2004


Not sure which one I'll read next but thanks to all for the suggestions a while back. A pretty diverse list.

Prison Memiors of an Anarchist
Alexander Berkman

Running with Scissors
Augusten Burroughs

The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay
Michael Chabon

Meaning of Consuelo
Judith Ortiz Cofer

Learning to Question
Paulo Freire, Antonio Faundez

Pedagogy of the Oppressed
Paulo Friere

The Old Man And The Sea
Ernest Hemingway

Monstrous Regiment
Terry Prachett

Kiss of the Spider Woman
Manuel Puig

Breakfast of Champions
The Sirens of Titan
Kurt Vonnegut

Farming of the Bones
Edwidge Danticat

The Da Vinci Code
Dan Brown


Dyanna said...

Next time you come over (ahemSundayahem), you can borrow Running with Scissors and Dry. :-)

Matthew Charles Siegel said...

Or not, and you could hit me up for a book you may actually like....oh snap! He dissin' on yer literary palate yo'! Whazzup now?!?!

Diane said...

I glad you picked up on the Friere....he's an
amazing thinker. Radical down to the roots.
Speaking of radical, do you still have the rules guy?

Reid Harris Cooper said...

just started on Da Vinci Code, enjoying it immensely. Was a gift from mother of my god niece. Absolutely fascinating. I think it's been picked up for a movie. I see it. Plus it's so informative and educational. great suspense, mytery, thriller.