1. The Elements of Style (factors making style) – William Strunk and EB White
book grammar of Strunk and White’s classic, “The Elements of Style” will help anyone improve writing skills to amazing.
Maybe you know this book since he was in college, but if then you do not care about it, then now is the appropriate time to read it there.
From these words or misspelled to grammar and punctuation, you will find all the answers in cuonsach concise and interesting.
2. The Art of War (The Art of War) – Sun Tzu
Can The Art of War from the fifth century BC, but it is still valid to this day.
This book was originally written by Sun Tzu advisor to explain how to use war to win. However, over time, we realized that the ruse is as described in “Know the people, know that I” can help people succeed in the struggle of everyday life.
The book consists of 13 chapters, each chapter on one aspect of the war, and has been adopted by sports coaches, people in the law, and businessmen thanks to helpful advice.
3. Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance (Meditation and Art Motorcycle Maintenance) – Robert M. Pirsig
This book has made philosophers become closer and more understandable, it follows a father and son on a trip full of exploration by motorcycle through northwestern United States. It is filled with timeless advice on how to live happy and meaningful.
4. The Last Lecture (last lecture) – Randy Pausch and Jeffrey Zaslow
When Pausch, a professor of computer science at Carnegie Mellon University, knows his pancreatic cancer and only three to six months healthy more.
When the speech became famous, he decided to expand it into a book titled “last lecture”, which gives advice how to live with all his heart.
This is a book smart and funny, it responded to the question: If tomorrow we are no longer in the world, we want to leave something for this life?
5. Romeo and Juliet – William Shakespeare
Masterpiece this stage of Shakespeare tells of two young lovers have family feud with each other. This is a masterpiece of love forbidden – and often referred to in popular culture.