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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • by inkdroid (3294) on 2004.06.02 8:33 (#31244) Homepage Journal
    If you have the time, an inquiring mind would like to know what items are in the pile :-)
    • Pretty much the complete works of Georges Dumézil and Claude Levi-Strauss for mythology, history books by Georges Duby, Fernand Braudel, Robert Mandrou, Jacques Le Goff, Mircea Eliade; and for mythology, the sources as well (in a rough chronological order: Homer, Hesiod, Herodotes, Ovid, the Bible, some Upanishads, the Mahabharata, the Fathers of the Church, the Quran, the Edda, the Skaldsparmal, the Kalevala) and I'm forgetting lots. On a less specialized range, the writings on mythology of Freud an
      • Holy fuck that's alot of text :-)
      • It all sounds too ponderous. I advise instead:
        • Dao De Jing
        • Tacitus: Annals of Ancient Rome
        • Lucien Freud: Conversations with Alfred North Whitehead
        • Vidal: Messiah
        • Sampson: Writing Systems
        • Burroughs: Naked Lunch
        • Eco: Search for the Perfect Language
        • Saul: Voltaire's Bastards
        Then go play with some Legos and watch Futurama. I KOMMAND IT!
        • Oops, I forgot science fiction (20th century and all that). So, Bruce Sterling: Schismatrix Plus.
        • Oops2: "Lucien Freud: Conversations with Alfred North Whitehead" should be "Lucien Price: Dialogues of Alfred North Whitehead".
        • On that list, I've already read the Dao De Jing, Tacitus, and Burroughs (which seems not to fit with the others). Voltaire's Bastards is already on my to-buy list :)