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Literature

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Growing up, I have hardly watched any television. 

Old school children story with the good moral, 20 min daily was the maximum.

I have listened to the radio auditions and read everything at the house and the nearest library.

I am grateful for such childhood. 

I used to draw the scenes from the book I read, create theatre performance to myself.

Today, I plan to make time to read. Reading makes me calm, centered and happy.

 

BOOKS TO READ:

Title Author
The Master and Margerita Mikhail Bulgakov
The Magic Mountain Thomas Mann
Sophie’s World Jostein Gaarder
Large, larger and largest (children’s book) Jerzy Broszkiewicz
 All titles, my favourite is Mysterious Mr Quinn  Agatha Christie
 A universe from nothing  Lawrence Krauss
 An Appetite for Wonder: The Making of a Scientist  Richard Dawkins
Pluto’s Republic: Incorporating The Art of the Soluble and Induction and Intuition in Scientific Thought  Peter Medawar
Moveable Feast E. Hemingway
The Stein Collect Bishop, Debray
   
   
 Uncle Fred In The Springtime  P.G. Wodehouse
The Blind Watchmaker (Turtleback School & Library Binding Edition)    Richard Dawkins
About Behaviorism  B.F.Skinner
How not to die Michael Greger
Da Vinci Code Dan Brown
Harry Potter J.K.Rowling
Fairytales H.C.Andersen
Fairytales  Brothers Grimm
 Science and Human Behaviour  B.F.Skinner
 Waking up Sam Harris
The Greatest Show on Earth: The Evidence for Evolution   Richard Dawkins 
 Why We Get Sick: The New Science of Darwinian Medicine  Nesse and Williams
 Deceit and Self-Deception: Fooling Yourself the Better to Fool Others  Robert Trivers