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Oct 12, 2003
I have 6 books on that, i got them all at borders:
Emiliano Zapata : Revolution and Betrayal in Mexico
by Samuel Brunk

Zapata and the Mexican Revolution
by John Womack

by John Steinbeck

The Chiapas Rebellion : The Struggle for Land and Democracy
by Neil Harvey

Shadows of Tender Fury : The Letters and Communiques of Subcomandante Marcos and the Zapatista Army of National Liberation
by Subcomandante Marcos, Leslie Lopez (Translator), Frank Bardacke
^^ Get this one, since it is by the leaders themselves

Our Word is Our Weapon: Selected Writings of Subcomandante Marcos
by Juana Ponce De Leon
^^must have


This is an incredible and imaginative look into the mind of a child, although I must profess that the assumption, that of a child having complex cognitive thinking is ambigous at best.
Apr 25, 2002
Back to books you can actually read online and don't have to go buy

Dracula by Bram Stoker

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain

Frankenstein by Mary Shelley

The Pit and the Pendulum by Edgar Allan Poe

Paradise Lost by John Milton

The Sea Wolf
Jack London

Call Of The Wild
Jack London

White Fang
Jack London

Through the Looking Glass (And What Alice Found There)
Lewis Carroll

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
Lewis Carroll
May 13, 2002
Mr. Dick Cheney. Peak Oil and the Final Count Down

"Oil remains fundamentally a government business...the Middle East with two thirds of the world's oil and the lowest cost, is still where the prize ultimately lies" - Mr. Dick Cheney. London Institute of Petroleum Autumn lunch in 1999 when he was Chairman of Halliburton.

Well Dick, looks like you got the big prize after all!
Sep 22, 2003
nefar559 said:
its sad that Philip K. Dick couldnt live long enough to see his success.
Yeah, it's also sad that noone has made a quality movie adaptation of one of his novels since Blade Runner.

Here's a few more suggestions

Ray Bradbury - Fahrenheit 451
Aldous Huxley - Brave New World
Jack Kerouac - Dharma Bums
Ursula K. Leguin - The Lathe of Heaven
Joesph Heller - Catch 22
George Orwell - Animal Farm
Joy Kogawa - Obasan
H.G. Wells - The Time Machine
Eugene O'Neil - Long Days Journey Into Night
Chester Himes - If He Hollers Let Him Go
Fyodor Dostoyevsky - Notes From The Underground

Just some that stick out in my mind from over past couple years.
Feb 9, 2003
Derek J said:
Ray Bradbury - Fahrenheit 451
Aldous Huxley - Brave New World
Joesph Heller - Catch 22
George Orwell - Animal Farm
H.G. Wells - The Time Machine
All fucking Classic. I might add the catcher in the rye, anything by JRR Tolkien or Vonnegut, Gullivers Travels, Hamlet, Robinson Crusoe, Moby Dick, Treasure Island, 1984, and since the movie is out read The Illiad.