Bowdoin Reads



Mark Fisher, Manager of Environmental Health and Safety, is reading...

One Man’s India  by Arthur Stratton

I am currently reading a 1955 first edition of One Man’s India by Arthur Stratton, a Brunswick native, Bowdoin alum (’35) and English professor, and...
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Rachel Herter '12 is reading...

Tell No One  by Harlan Coben

Harlan Coben’s Tell No One is a great summer read for those who love murder mystery novels. It tells the story of David Beck, a man still struggling...
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Professor Naculich is reading...

The Cairo Trilogy  by Naguib Mahfouz

I am currently in the midst of the Cairo Trilogy,(Palace Walk, Read more | 1 comment | Find in library



Tad Macy, Senior Software Developer, is reading...

Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man  by James Joyce

I confess. I "read" audiobooks. My workaday commute from Portland gives me a lot of time for listening. Not only do I feel that I make productive use of the...
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Tyler Silver '13 is reading...

In the Garden of Beasts  by Erik Larson

This work is a non-fiction that reads like an excellent historical novel. It focuses on the experiences of William Dodd and his family during Dodd's time as...
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Juan Gomez '13 is reading...

The private life of Adam and Eve : being extracts from their diaries  by Mark Twain

Whether religious or not, it is almost impossible for a person to avoid the story of Adam and Eve. Mark Twain utilizes these two personas in his work The...
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