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Who Moved My Cheese

Who Moved My Cheese? written by Spencer Johnson is an art book about business, which, through the example of mice and little people, shows the essence of human life and aspirations. In this little story, there are only four characters, but everyone can recognize him/herself in them.

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The Bad Feminist

People read books for many reasons. Some individuals have a desire to gain knowledge; others want to get new perspectives regarding similar situations that are presented differently by reading several books, and some persons wish to escape from pressure and depression. It is after reading that a reader forms a particular idea of the book and is able to give it a negative or positive review depending on his/her expectations and the experience he/she had while the work.

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What Are People For

Wendell Berry is a staunch advocate of non-industrial agriculture as a means towards maintenance of a sustainable environment. The author calls to reconsider the implications of American modernity. In his collection of essays “What Are People For?”, Berry (2010) uses very rich terms in defense of environmental consideration amid increasing innovations that seek to industrialize agricultures.

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Psychology, Theology, and Spirituality in Christian Counseling

McMinn’s book Psychology, Theology, and Spirituality in Christian Counseling reflects on the basic Christian principles to be used in counseling; author supports his ideas with the results of science and cognitive psychology research. His work can be divided into two thematic blocks, which strive to explain the main provisions of counseling and basic concepts that should be utilized by a consultant.

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In Harm’s Way

Book Review: In Harm’s Way: The Sinking of the USS Indianapolis and the Extraordinary Story of Its Survivors by Doug Stanton In his book In Harm’s Way: The Sinking of the USS Indianapolis and the Extraordinary Story of Its Survivors, Doug Stantondepicts the deplorable experience of the U.S.

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Review of the Book Border Town: A Novel, by Shen

The book Border Town: A Novel, by Shen (2009) represents a work, which unites fiction and the documentary approach. The author introduces the storyline, which contains the events of the ordinary Chinese family. The setting of the book includes the time before the Communist Revolution in China.

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Orwell’s 1984

In 1949, George Orwell created a dystopian novel 1984 about the totalitarian society, which gave the world such images and concepts as Big Brother, the Ministry of Truth, Thought Police, Doublethink, and Newspeak. The new society, which has replaced capitalism in 1984, completely rejects the autonomy and the freedom of an individual, suppresses and controls everyone.

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Review Olaudah Equiano’s Slave Narrative

Book Review of The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano, or Gustavus Vassa, the African, Written by Himself The slave-narrative genre in literature, which […]

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