A book of general knowledge, a dictionary, Iliad, Walden, Chomsky's Manufacturing Consent, The Tao of Pooh/The Te of
Piglet, I guess. Maybe Alice in Wonderland, or Plato, or Lovecraft.. This is too hard.
Sex for Dummies
Dating for Dummies
The Bible for Dummies
PHP5 for Dummies
Bartending for Dummies
Job Interviews for Dummies
Etiquette for Dummies
Making Marriage Work for Dummies
Divorce for Dummies
a book with no words in it, just blank sheets of paper
any compact history/knowledge of the world book
"Demian" -Hermann Hesse
"Born Into Light"- ..?
The Egyptian Book of the Dead
any book which lists in it the entirety (or as close to it) of the number pi
The Book of Thoth
A current astronomy guide to whatever time period they are "living" in
a book of maps
a basic arithmetic/mathematics textbook
Trainspotting by Irvine Welsh - to give an idea of what today's disenfranchised youth can easily fall into. Or to present a metaphor of all our
1984 by George Orwell - to give us all some perspective and place our own selves in the larger picture of government/population. Why do the boundaries
appear blurred? Because that's the way it is - governments in a democracy are representative of a population. They are the same as us/they are us.
The Collected Works of Edgar Allen Poe
The Collected Works of Orson Scott Card
The Collected Works of HP Lovecraft
The Chronicles of Narnia
The Collected Works of Myself(Not quite famous yet but getting there
And thats all I can think of for now.
Math textbook? Bah! Who needs it.
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