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January non-fiction (The Examined Life)

Hi readers,

Due to the holidays, I'm foregoing the non-fiction for December. The non-fiction for January will be The Examined Life by Stephen Grosz. Happy holidays!

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  • Henry

    Another great wide-ranging discussion - thank you Ann.

    January 21, 2014

  • Joe S.

    Not going to make it. Sorry folks!

    January 21, 2014

  • Sue S.

    I was so looking forward to tonight. I am stuck in traffic. Bummrr. And, I read the book and live in the Marina!!

    January 21, 2014

  • Henry

    I just read The Examined Life Stephen Grosz, that I suggested earlier, in one sitting - it is a wonderfully interesting read. I also started The Art of Thinking Clearly and I gave up early on as it is so single mindedly negative IMO - e.g. If you are born unhappy there is nothing you can do about it - reading self help books about being happy can't possibly help because they are written by people who are born happy!

    1 · November 28, 2013

    • Ann

      Thanks Henry! I'll go with your suggestion.

      November 29, 2013

  • Richard R.

    The Art of Thinking Clearly sounds promising, a good selection.

    November 22, 2013

  • Henry

    The Examined Life : How we lose and find ourselves by Stephen Grosz has been highly recommended by a friend and I am about to pick it up from the library.

    1 · November 21, 2013

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