2018-09-27 11:11:01

Stonewall Jackson The Man, The Soldier, The Legend

Sylvia Whitman Sylvia Whitman

2018-09-27 11:11:01

Erotic Fantasies

Anne James Anne James

2018-09-27 11:11:01

Il risveglio

Mario Materassi Mario Materassi

2018-09-26 01:15:02

The Secret Service

Peter Stevens Peter Stevens

2018-09-26 01:15:02

Comedy of Katharine and Petruchio

Edwin Booth Edwin Booth

2018-09-26 01:15:02

Drinking Coffee Elsewhere

Shirley Jordan Shirley Jordan

2018-09-26 01:15:02

Tirza

Lina Spies Lina Spies

2018-09-26 01:15:02

Oedipus at Colonus

David Mulroy David Mulroy

2018-09-26 01:15:02

Beowulf

John Porter John Porter

2018-09-26 01:15:02

Garcia Lorca: Yerma

Andrew Anderson Andrew Anderson

2018-09-26 01:15:02

Clea (The Alexandria Quartet, #4)

Fausta Cialente Fausta Cialente

2018-09-26 01:15:02

Flesh and Bone (Benny Imura, #3)

Brian Hutchinson Brian Hutchinson

What kind of books do you prefer?

There are times in life when things go awry. You try, puff, you come up with various options to get out of this vicious circle, but everything gets worse. Race for luck drives you into a corner. And now you look from all over the world with an angry look and do not see any way out. The best thing you can do in this situation is to stop, look around and rethink your actions. Perhaps you need to change jobs, move to another city, or the country. In any case, take a break and read a good book that will help to rethink the situation and make the right decision. Ideal option in this case can be called the following works. - "To kill a mockingbird" - Harper Lee - the narration is conducted on behalf of the child, but the severity of interracial conflicts, social problems from this does not lose its power. - "Process" - Franz Kafka - a unique book by Franz Kafka, which is actually "create" his name for the post-modern culture of world theater and cinema of the second half of the XX century, more precisely, "wove" is the name in the idea of ??postmodern absurdity. - "Slaughterhouse number five" - ??Kurt Vonnegut - Kurt Vonnegut's autobiographical novel about the bombing of Dresden during the Second World War.