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I'm especially interested in two types of books:

1. Great literature, particularly books that help us better understand the human condition and

2. Non-fiction books which give new insights into the world and how people behave e.g. Black Swan, Predictably Irrational, Beyond The Brain, etc.

The choice of great literature books to read will depend on people's interests. Possibilities include (but are not limited to): Steinbeck, Twain, Austin, Hesse, Shakespeare, and Tolstoy.

Occasionally we'll also read lighter books just for fun.
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