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January 24, 2018

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Ian Joyce

Interesting. I find the history of the Beats a lot more interesting than their creative output, though I am a fan of On the Road and some of the poetry.

Murray Browne

I am the same. Read more ABOUT them than actually reading them though I do remember browsing thru Lawrence Ferlinghetti's book of poems Coney Island of the Mind, while in high school, which is so unlike me.

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Books Read in 2018

  • David Halberstam: The Coldest Winter: American and the Korean War (2007)
  • Jessica Hagy : The Art of War Visualized: The Sun Tzu Classic in Charts and Graphs (2015)
  • Barnaby Rogerson: Rogerson's Book of Numbers (2013)
  • Alain de Botton: Essays in Love (1993)
  • Edward Abbey: Desert Solitaire (1968)
  • John Hersey: A Bell for Adano (1944)
  • Rebecca Solnit : A Paradise Built in Hell: The Extraordinary Communities That Arise in Disaster (2009)
  • Albert Camus: The Stranger (1942)
  • Robert Whiting: You Gotta Have Wa (2009)
  • Richard Cavell (Ed.): Marshall McLuhan on the Nature of Media, Essays, 1952-1978 (2016)

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