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    Senior Member alakhiyar's Avatar
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    Something different: Favorite Book(s)

    Since there seems to be about 50 "favorite [insert noun]" threads, I decided to make one semi-intellectually oriented (it's been driving me insane).

    My favorites books would have to be:

    Neuromancer - William Gibson (a possible correlation to my name? )

    The Divine Comedy (Inferno, Purgatorio, Paradisio) - Dante Alighieri (don't know about favorite translation, however)

    The Dark Elf Trilogy - R.A. Salvatore (a possible correlation to my "location"?)

    Legacy of the Drow - R.A. Salvatore

    The Clerical Quartet - R.A. Salvatore

    Screw it; anything by R.A. Salvatore

    The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (The whole series, although it does stagnate and lose it's charm in "Mostly Harmless") - Douglas Adams

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    Senior Member nihil's Avatar
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    John Steinbeck (The Pearl)

    Ernest Hemmingway (The old man and the sea)

    Ray Bradbury (Farenheit 454)

    Sir Walter Scott (Ivanhoe, The Talisman)

    Charles Kingsley ( Hereward the Wake)

    Charles Dickens (A Tale of Two cities)

    Jane Austen (Emma)

    IBM (S/38 Operators manuals)

    EDIT: I forgot a few...................

    Tolstoy (War and Peace)
    Victor Hugo (Les Miserables)
    Alexander Dumas (The Count of Monte Christo)
    Virgil (The Anaeid)
    Homer (The Odessy)

    Yeah, I had to do Latin and Greek at Highschool


    Unknown.........(The Teine Bo Cullaine) Errrrrrrrrr........... that is written in Irish, and is the oldest piece of literature written in prose rather than verse.

    It means "The Cattle Raid of the White Bull".............. it is totally pre-Christian............... like one of the High Kings' wives offers "her warm and friendly thighs" for the loan of the Brown Bull............

    Last edited by nihil; December 19th, 2006 at 03:11 PM.

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    Gonzo District BOFH westin's Avatar
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    Hunter S. Thompson (entire collection )
    Kahlil Gibran (The Prophet)
    Noam Chomsky (Hegemony or Survival)
    Aldous Huxley (Doors of Perception)
    Illiad (User Friendly)
    \"Those of us that had been up all night were in no mood for coffee and donuts, we wanted strong drink.\"


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