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By Nick Rennison

A hundred Must-read Life-Changing Books through Nick Rennison

Novels which rework our principles approximately human percentages, biographies which rejoice the achievements of amazing participants, polemical works of non-fiction which oblige us to change our perspectives of the area or of human society: we all can take into account analyzing a minimum of one e-book which made us take into consideration the realm anew. the following, the writer of the preferred Bloomsbury strong analyzing advisor, selects the superior books that may or would possibly not have replaced the realm, yet that have definitely replaced the lives of millions of people that have learn them.

Some examples of titles included:
Maya Angelou, i do know Why the Caged poultry Sings - a poignant recording of the author's overcome the hindrances of being black and terrible in a racist society.
Paulo Coelho, The Alchemist. Santiago's assembly with the alchemist opens his eyes to the real values of existence, love and suffering
The Diary of Anne Frank part a century later the tale of coming to adulthood within the so much negative of conditions continues to be profoundly moving.
Kahlil Gibran, The Prophet Gibran's poetic essays show his innovations on every thing in existence from love and marriage to the enigmas of start and death.
Robert M. Pirsig, Zen and the paintings of bike upkeep Pirsig's narrator creates a philosophical masterpiece that has the ability to alter lives.

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Only when the Nazis marched into Vienna in 1938 and Freud, as both a Jew and a supposedly ‘decadent’ thinker, found his life was in danger, did he move from the city, going into exile in London where he died in the following year. Freud’s contribution to modern thought is almost incalculable. His 34 02 100 MR LC NOVELS:02 100 MR SF 20/8/08 21:38 Page 35 SIGMUND FREUD influence permeates our culture to such an extent that it is perfectly possible to be aware of Freudian ideas without ever having read a book by him.

Ouspensky, The Fourth Way ALEX HALEY ROOTS (1921–92) USA (1976) In 1976, Alex Haley, a former officer in the US Coast Guard and star interviewer for Playboy, published a book which claimed to trace back his family to an eighteenth-century African named Kunta Kinte who had been captured by slavers and brought to America to work in the plantations. The book was Roots and it became a bestseller. The TV mini-series based on it was equally successful. In the thirty years since its first publication, Roots has had plenty of critics.

His best-known work, first published in Norway in 1991 and in the UK four years later, is Sophie’s World. This focuses on a fourteen-year-old Norwegian girl named Sophie Amundsen whose life is turned upside down when she finds notes in her mailbox posing two questions: Who are you? Where does the world come from? In attempting to find answers to them, she becomes involved with an enigmatic middle-aged gentleman called Alberto Knox who takes her on a whistlestop tour of world philosophy from Plato to modern physics.

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