Bowdoin Reads



Professor Schwartz is reading...

Musicologia : musical knowledge from Plato to John Cage  by Robin Maconie

Maconie is one of the most fascinating writers on music I've ever ...
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Alex Tougas '14 is reading...

The Power of Positive Thinking  by Norman Vinent Peale

Over five million copies of this amazing book have been sold since it was first published by Dr. Peale in 1952. It teaches the reader how to have confidence...
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Herman Holbrook, Admissions Information Systems Coordinator, is reading...

Glory in the Name: A Novel of the Confederate Navy  by James Nelson

This summer, I’ve been introduced to the works of James Nelson, a maritime novelist and naval historian of the age of sail. I read first George...
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Sam Frizell '12 is reading...

Stories  by Anton Chekhov

Whenever I finish one of Chekhov’s short stories, I always feel (briefly) that I am incredibly wise. His stories are often very short and many of his most...
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Professor Robinson is reading...

I’m Hosting as Fast As I Can! Zen and the Art of Staying Sane in Hollywood  by Tom Bergeron

Several years ago, I worked with a performer named Tom Bergeron in a physical theater troupe in Amherst, MA. The troupe was short lived, and we all dispersed...
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Issy Albi '13 is reading...

The Count of Monte Cristo  by Alexandre Dumas

The Count of Monte Cristo is about an escaped prisoner who seeks revenge on the people who caused him to be wrongfully imprisoned. Set primarily in...
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