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    Im reading some books on theory and media for Uni.
    My words are weapons, in which I murder you with.
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    Van beschrijving naar inzicht - inleiding in de statistiek.

    Introduction to statistics, and I can't be bothered to translate the other.

    And lots of other uni-books. But I have promised myself, as soon as I go home, I am beginning to read the collected works of Freud (that my darling father keeps somewhere in the closet), and then EVERYONE shall be doomed by my psychoanalysis! Ha!
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    Actually ive been revising alot of poetry lately. I was reading my friends upcoming collection of works that she is publishing.

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    "100 Years Of Solitude" by Marquez
    "To Kill A Mocking Bird" by Harper Lee

    Not certain about the titles, pretty much just translated the Finnish ones. Those I'm *supposed* to be reading, anyway. I've been very lazy with reading lately. Meh.
    and no wonder hearts and minds have been won

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    I've been reading Wake Up I'm Fat by Camryn Manheighm

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    the blind watchmaker - richard dawkins (for fun.. i worry myself :s)

    for uni... a mass of medical anthropology texts (also kinda fun)
    Bury me at sea, where no murdered ghost can haunt me.

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    Daniel Goleman

    -emotional intelligence

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    prospect of the sea - dylan thomas

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    Wolfgang Klein - Zweitspracherwerb

    You can tell it's language again.

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    I'm reading FERDO MRAVEC

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