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Top Five books OF ALL TIME
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Top Five books OF ALL TIME

(or just the top five books you have read)
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69Bill, I haven't read them all, so I can't claim these are THE best, and Lee Fredrickson-10/30/2004
68Certainly Unfit for Command will go down in history.KLP-9/4/2004
67Great idea for a thread...too bad it has waned Some of my faves: Milan KunderaVIXandMore-12/18/2003
66Marcus Aurelius- Meditations Eric Hoffer- the True Believer Everything Epictetusepicure-10/31/2003
65<I><B>Be Careful Who You SLAPP</B></I> is an absolute MUdantecristo-3/21/2003
64Knock knock....anybody home ? Tough to pick only 5, but if i were stranded on aHG-10/6/2002
63I already mentioned one of my favorites(Resurrection by Leo Tolstoy). Let me adProud_Infidel-7/13/2002
62<I> Maybe even enough books to outlast this bear market. </I> Maybepaul_philp-6/11/2002
61Thank you all for contributing to the thread. For the moment, TOP BOOKS has pulMike McFarland-6/11/2002
60I am not sure where it would rank in my Top 5, or for that matter whether I woulProud_Infidel-6/10/2002
59<i> "Flashman" series of historical novels</i> The one thLindyBill-6/10/2002
58I'm unwilling to say that these are my top 5, because I seem to keep thinkinTorus-6/10/2002
571. Return of the Native - Thomas Hardy 2. Memories, Dreams, Reflections - Carl JKonKilo-6/10/2002
56"One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" was Ken Kesey's 1st, & bdiana g-6/10/2002
551. Being and Time, Martin Heiddeger 2. The Interpretation of Dreams, Sigmund Fpaul_philp-6/10/2002
54What I am saying on "1" (Metaphysics) is that this is the real world, LindyBill-6/10/2002
53Got called away before I could edit that post: I would have added this excerpt gao seng-6/9/2002
52On 2, I think it is the Taoist in me, that says that immortality is possible, bugao seng-6/9/2002
51<i>On to life: </i> Let's contrast our answers: 1) <i>WLindyBill-6/9/2002
50The way the guest speaker phrased it, it seemed to me that Buckley was a fan of gao seng-6/9/2002
49I wouldn't have thought that to be controversial. I give him credit for stagao seng-6/9/2002
48For anybody into the Arthurian legend, I thought I would list my favorites on thLindyBill-6/9/2002
47I have Connelly's first book in my waiting-to-be-read pile. Thought I shouldTom Clarke-6/9/2002
46Gotcha. <g> I started reading Burning City, but didn't get very far bTom Clarke-6/9/2002
45Because, back a few years ago I was a member of a club called The Los Angeles ScJorj X Mckie-6/9/2002
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