I have a lot to read! I've chosen it carefully, but I don't have long to read them. Here's my list, in order:
- 'Crime and Punishment' by Fyodor Dostoevesky - existential narrative;
- 'One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich' by Alexander Solzhenitsyn - fiction during Soviet Russia;
- 'Specters of Marx' by Jacques Derrida - discourse on Communism from deconstructionist perspective;
- 'What is History?' by E. H. Carr - development and purpose of history;
- 'Wild Swans' by Jung Chang - tri-generational Chinese memoirs;
- 'The Rise and Fall of Communism' by Archie Brown - discourse on Communism.
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