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Some heavy weights in that list!
Talking about books I am reading and enjoying "The Single Tone" by Christopher Yohmei Blasdel. Really nice book with lots of Shakuhachi in it (maybe it's my imagination but his writing style reminds me of a Shauhachi playing).
What! No Gurdjieff?
Red Harvest - Dashiell Hammett
The Selected Poems of Anna Akhmatova (Penguin European Poets)
Salt, A World History - Mark Kurlansky (George W. Bush's staff says he read this book)
The Way of Perfection - Teresa of Avila (translated by E.A. Peers)
Flood - Andrew Vachhs
The Zen Works of Stonehouse (trans. Red Pine)
Sex and Rockets: The Occult World of Jack Parsons - John Carter
Buddhism Without Beliefs _ Stephen Bachelor
The Red Shifting Web - Selected Poems of Arthur Sze
The Wildcat Moiety - Dick Barnes
Selected cereal boxes.
Books I ordered for my university that arrived over the last week or two (and that I've just started to dip into)
What It Means to Be 98% Chimpanzee: Apes, People, and Their Genes - Jonathan Marks
Field Notes From a Catastrophe; Climate Change - Is Time Running Out - Elizaeth Kolbert
The Collapse of Globalism and the Reinvention of the World - John Raltston Saul
The Fall of the Roman Empire; A New History - Peter Heather
Men of Tomorrow; Geeks, Gangsters and the Birth of the Comic Book - Gerald Jones
Ice; The Nature, the History, and the Uses of an Astonishing Substance - Mariana Gosnell
A Pelican In the Wilderness: Hermits, Solitaries and Recluses - Isabel Colegate
"The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" -- Douglas Adams
Your never-ending source for ultimate knowledge in the universe...
Oh, and I suppose I should mention that I enjoy Thich Nhat Hanh and Dostoevsky too, though I hardly see how you would ever need more than the Guide to make it through life.
Last edited by Travis Winegar (2006-10-06 08:08:56)