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  1. Enlightenment Aesthetics: Expression in the Music of the 18th and 19th centuries Presented by John Hodges with the Circe Institute. https://www.circeinstitute.org/store/events/enlightenment-aesthetics-expression-music-18th-and-19th-centuries-webinar
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    Suggestions for World History

    How about James Stobaugh W. History combined with Great Courses, some bios, and primary documents? That's my plan, anyway. I thought it seemed the most balanced. Great Courses options: Foundations of Western Civilization I & II; Utopia and Terror in the 20th cen.; Music as a Mirror of History; individual lectures from a variety of other courses. I have GCPlus, so I can pick and choose
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    Tabletclass Geometry

    Yes, the answers are now at separate location within the program. It comes as a part of the package one purchases.
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    Which Dostoevsky book?

    Candide was made into an opera by Leonard Bernstein. Don Quixote is on my son's World Lit. list this coming year.
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    Another Book Option: Camus or Kafka?

    Thank you, Lori. I replied on my other post.
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    Which Dostoevsky book?

    Just shows the fascinating differences in individuals.
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    Which Dostoevsky book?

    Thank you, Lori; I agree. My son has had struggles with depression, so I am very careful. Several on your list are already on mine. I've highlighted in bold those which are also on my list.
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    Another Book Option: Camus or Kafka?

    Apparently, it's how Kafka felt about his own childhood. I think I will use Camus, with a Kafka short story.
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    Another Book Option: Camus or Kafka?

    I think I will throw in a Kafka short story.
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    Which Dostoevsky book?

    Well, he chose C and P. I'm a little disappointed, as I actually think he'd prefer BK, with its philosophical bent. So, I hope he'll appreciate C & P. I think I will read BK.
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    Which Dostoevsky book?

    I could let him read the synopsis and get his opinion. Usually, he prefer that I pick.
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    Which Dostoevsky book?

    Bump...
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    Another Book Option: Camus or Kafka?

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    Hstory of Asia

    Understanding Japan: https://www.thegreatcourses.com/courses/understanding-japan-a-cultural-history.html The Barbarian Empire:https://www.thegreatcourses.com/courses/history/the-barbarian-empires-of-the-steppes.html Understanding Imperial China: https://www.thegreatcourses.com/courses/history/understanding-imperial-china-dynasties-life-and-culture.html A History of India: https://www.thegreatcourses.com/courses/a-history-of-india.html From Yao to Mao: 5000 Years of Chinese History: https://www.thegreatcourses.com/courses/from-yao-to-mao-5000-years-of-chinese-history.html China's Long March by Jean Fritz. Mao by Albert Marrin
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    Another Book Option: Camus or Kafka?

    If I may inquire: what are those two things?
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