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What Should I Read Next?: 70 University of Virginia Professors Recommend Readings in History, Politics, Literature, Math, Science, Technology, the Arts, and More

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What Should I Read Next?: 70 University of Virginia Professors Recommend Readings in History, Politics, Literature, Math, Science, Technology, the Arts, and More

by Jessica R Feldman (Editor), Robert Stilling (Editor)

About this title: " I cannot live without books." --Thomas Jefferson Even the most well-read among us feel gaps in our knowledge. Former English majors or art students want to understand the monetary system; mathematicians or doctors just want a great novel. Travel sections in bookstores are full of authors ready to tell you the hundred places to visit before you die, but what about the best book to read on global warming? "What Should I Read Next?" taps seventy University of Virginia professors in an array of fields for suggestions on how ... read more

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