Quotation Book Reviews
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Showing items 21 to 30 of 52 total books.
by Woody Allen
A collection of Woody Allen's magazine writings from the late 70s. A classic with lots of quotable lines and a great deal of humor.
by Woody Allen
A collection of Woody Allen's magazine writings from the 70s. A classic and the source of many great quotations.
Gandhi: An Autobiography
by Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi
"The Story of My Experiments With Truth
" - Gandhi's life story in his own words.
The Basic Works of Aristotle
by Aristotle, C. D. C. Reeve (Introduction), Richard McKeon
A paperback edition of the classic Oxfordd translation of Aristotle's works.
The Analects of Confucius: A New Millennium Translation
by Confucius, David Li
A new translation of Confucius's classic work.
Confucius: The Golden Rule
by Russell Freedman, Frederic Clement (Illustrator)
A biography of Confucius.
The Last Days of Socrates
by Plato, Hugh Tredennick
An affordable paperback edition of Plato's classic work that gives us much of what we know about Socrates.
Conversations of Socrates
by Xenophon, Hugh Tredennick (translator), Robin Waterfield (translator)
More about Socrates, written by Xenophon. Along with Plato's work, most of what is known about Socrates and his philosophy is contained here.
Plato: The Republic
by Plato, Desmond Lee (translator)
The best known of Plato's works. Introduces his philosophy and politics through dialogues.
Plato: The Symposium
by Plato, Christopher Gill (Introduction)
"Among the most powerful and moving of Plato's dialogues... one of the greatest literary works on the nature of love in Western thought."