20 July 2007

25 Books to a more cultured life

25 Books that leave a legacy
Books tell a story — about our reading preferences, certainly, but also about what's happening in our world. USA TODAY's book editors and critics chose 25 titles that made an impact on readers and the publishing industry over the past quarter-century. If your choices differ, let us know at usatoday.com. We'll post your picks.

Found in BloggerdyBooks.
I have to agree with her, it appears i'm even less cultured than i thought...
1. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone By J.K. Rowling (1998)
3. The Da Vinci Code By Dan Brown (2003)
4. Bridget Jones's Diary By Helen Fielding (1998)
18. The Joy Luck Club By Amy Tan (1989)


I'm being ironic btw...

6 comments:

  1. Eu li:

    1 - Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone By J.K. Rowling (1998)
    2 - The Deep End of the Ocean By Jacquelyn Mitchard (1996) (li quase todo... era chato e estava mto mal traduzido)
    3 -The Da Vinci Code By Dan Brown (2003)
    11 - Bridget Jones's Diary By Helen Fielding (1998)
    14 - Fast Food Nation by Eric Schlosser (2001)
    23 - Cold Mountain by Charles Frazier (1997)


    Agora expliquem-me... quem é que vai ler livros de dietas?

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  2. Quatro pra mim também, com o Harry Potter, o Código Da Vinci, a Fogueira das Vaidades e a Breve História do Tempo. E discordo da lista, como é óbvio. Lembro-me, por exemplo, do Perfume, que teve um enorme impacto.

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  3. Não estou muito melhor. Li:

    1 - Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone By J.K. Rowling (1998)
    2 - The Deep End of the Ocean By Jacquelyn Mitchard (1996)
    3 - The Da Vinci Code By Dan Brown (2003)
    11 - Bridget Jones's Diary By Helen Fielding (1998)
    18 - The Joy Luck Club By Amy Tan (1989)

    Tentei ler o Cold Mountain mas desisti a meio.

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  4. penso que a lista é demais curto porque muitos outros livros bom não é na lista.

    desculpe-me para o meu português péssimo.

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  5. It was a great attempt at Portuguese i seriously doubt i could return you the favor! :) (But i'll try in the future)

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  6. heh, muito obrigada para a palavras generosa. estudo português agora, então tenho que praticar quando eu posso!

    ps. i look up the dictionary for every other word that i say in portugueuse, lol.

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