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#81 14 years ago

...I'd assume they're Caesar's military commentaries. But apparently you're more of a history buff than I am ;)




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#82 14 years ago

A compilation of De Bello Galico and De Bello Civile.




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#83 14 years ago

I Sing The Body Electric! It's an original copy as well. Ray Bradbury wrote a lot of excellent science fiction short stories that always showed that human nature will never change...




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#84 14 years ago
Ensign RilesI Sing The Body Electric! It's an original copy as well. Ray Bradbury wrote a lot of excellent science fiction short stories that always showed that human nature will never change...

Ah, so you must have read Fahrenheit 451 as well then? That book was interesting indeed. EDIT: The movie for that was crappy... As for me, I'm reading The Purpose Driven Life by Rick Warren right now.




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#85 14 years ago

Im reading Makavelis book




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#86 14 years ago
Warpath_X01Ah, so you must have read Fahrenheit 451 as well then?

Yes, great book. When i had read it I had also read 1984 and Failsafe. Since then I've always had trouble remembering which book was which. :p




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#87 14 years ago

Currently I'm reading 'Native Tongue/Striptease' an omnibus by Carl Hiaasen. Very funny :)




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#88 14 years ago
NemmerleA compilation of De Bello Galico and De Bello Civile.

Ah, is the - anonymous, but sometimes attributed to Caesar - Africa added? And Hirtius's commentaries?

Im reading Makavelis book

Machiavelli's Il principe?




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#89 14 years ago

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#90 14 years ago
SpiderGoatAh, is the - anonymous, but sometimes attributed to Caesar - Africa added? And Hirtius's commentaries?

No Africa but I believe it does have Hirtius.