A good business book discussing attributes common to all truly successful people. Focuses on getting results and going forward.
Too preachy and intellectual. Not a bad story, but quite long. I prefer Herzog, buy the same author.
The poems are great, and if you enjoy them, by all means get this production. However, the poems are read by poets, and in some cases, these are not very well read.
Dramatized, and not bad. Not my favorite Shakespeare, but not bad.
Worth hearing. On how and why, we (as a society) are kept in constant fear.
The best of poets...
A difficult listen. Faulkner is never easy but always enjoyable. Your efforts will be well worth it.
You get the sense that Proust, like Dickens, was paid by the word. It is not short. The story is magnificently narrated and very enjoyable.
Please understand that Faulkner is very difficult to read / listen to. That does not mean it is not worth hearing.
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