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Forced and boring
I found this movie to be forced and boring. Two friends who saw it at separate times shared that opinion. It's predictable and silly, and all the "action" sequences and special effects are like ... MoreWrite your own review
Stories stories stories!
Mike Douglas is a legend, his show ran forever, and he is a helluva nice guy.
Charles Creath McCormack's book Hatching Charlie: A Psychotherapist's Tale is quite a book: a frank autobiography centered around the theme of the pursuit of happiness and a meaningful life, from a ... MoreWrite your own review
by Jack Kerouac
Kerouac's Biography Of The Buddha
In the early 1950s, Jack Kerouac (1922 -- 1969)became fascinated with Buddhism. In 1955, he wrote this short, highly personalized biography of the Buddha, "Wake Up". The biography was serialized in ... MoreWrite your own review
Exploring The Haydn Symphonies: 9-- 12
Haydn's early symphonies Nos. 9 -- 12 show Haydn as a young composer in his late 20s in transition. They are written in a variety of styles and show the many influences that converged in Haydn to ... MoreWrite your own review
If you'd like to know how people feel in a country different than your own, you should read collections of their thoughts. Century Sentence by Xu Xue Chun is just that: a collection of previously ... MoreWrite your own review
A Study Of Spinoza On Thought And Being
It is all too easy with a book one has revered for a long time to forget the difficulties of understanding. This difficulty is particularly the case with a notoriously complex work such as the Ethics ... MoreWrite your own review
The book are more about faith and spirit, than interlocking crochet. I am disapointed.
Exploring The Haydn Symphonies -- 6,7,8
This CD is part of a collection of the complete symphonies of Joseph Haydn (1732-1809) on the budget-priced Naxos label. The performers are the Northern Chamber Orchestra directed by Nicholas Ward. ... MoreWrite your own review
Exploring The Haydn Symphonies: Nos. 1-5
I have recently been listening to Haydn's final set of symphonies, the "London" symphonies, composed in the 1790s, in a performance by Sir Colin Davis and the Royal Concertgebouw. I thought it ... MoreWrite your own review
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