- Austin, TX
- member since October 13, 2008
I read most of those classics in literature classes, but still many are worth the read. Here's a few of the ones that really captured me (some you may have read):
T.S. Eliot "The Waste Land" / Ralph Waldo Emerson "Nature" / Kahlil Gibran "The Prophet" / Ernest Hemingway "The Sun Also Rises" / Herman Hesse "Siddhartha" / Franz Kafka "Metamorphosis" / Jack Kerouac "The Dharma Bums" & "On the Road" / John Steinbeck "Of Mice & Men" / J.D. Salinger "The Catcher in the Rye" / Henry David Thoreau "Walden" / Walt Whitman "Leaves of Grass"
Noticed "As a Man Thinketh" by James Allen on your shelf - great book. I really enjoy philosophical reads. If you're into those, you may check out some stuff by Pema Chodron. I had no idea "Tideland" was a book! I'll have to read that one. Did you see the movie by Terry Gilliam?