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Books #2

Like I did for January, this post is a set of brief comments about the books I read during February. I’m having relatively unproductive months lately, so seeing that I did go through these is reinvigorating. ☺

As I said before, one of my objectives this year is to expand the set of genres I read even more — not only keep on reading fiction, but some philosophy and history as well. I didn’t pay an awful lot of attention to the philosophy classes during high school (we have those in Brazil), so it’s an obvious place to begin. That, and a friend’s recommendation. After reading a bit of Seneca, I’ve put his works on the brevity of life, happiness and grief on my reading list.

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