There is an opinion: Those who read books will always be managed by those who watch television. To agree with this or not is the personal right of everyone, but it is impossible to argue with the fact that books develop imagination and intellect, contribute to the formation of certain traits of character.
Besides, reading is a great pastime.
The problem is that millions of different books have been published since the appearance of writing.
How to choose the most interesting of them?
Erich Maria Remarque "Life on loan"
The novel tells about the love of two young peoplePeople: girls Lillian and racing driver Clerfe. She is sick with tuberculosis and is in a sanatorium. He constantly risks his life for the sake of victory and once comes to the sanatorium to visit his friend. But if for a guy the game with death is entertainment, then for her, death is inevitability, which every time resembles a drop of blood on a handkerchief. The philosophy of the book is that there is nothing more beautiful than true love and there is nothing worse than death.
Gabriel Garcia Marquez "One Hundred Years of Solitude"
This novel has for many years been the mostReadable work in the world. It is translated into many languages of the world. Twenty chapters describe the history of the village of Macondo, from its foundation to the sunset. In the center of the work is the family Buendia. The novel is distinguished by a large number of storylines, but it is easy enough to read and perceive.
Oscar Wilde "Dorian Gray's Pore"
This interesting novel with a tragic end, onOpinion of the majority of literary scholars, reveals the psychology of narcissism. And only some of them dare to assume that this book is about the need to be afraid of one's desires, because they have the property to come true. At the center of the story is a young and beautiful Dorian, who categorically does not want to change anything in life. One day, the brilliant artist Basil Holloword painted a portrait of Dorian. The young man looks at his image and passionately desires that his portrait grow old instead. And it turns out. The more awful the handsome Dorian behaves, the more ugly his image becomes.
To the classic of the world foreign literature,Which is certainly worth reading, include the books: "The Cunning Hidalgo Don Quixote of the Laman" by Cervantes, "The Vanity Fair" by Thackeray, "For Whom the Bell Tolls" by Hemingway
Franz Kafka "Transformation"
All the works of Franz Kafka are read enoughEasy, but often cause mixed feelings. Novel "Transformation" is no exception. It tells the story of a young traveling salesman Gregor, who one fine morning turns into an ugly beetle for no reason whatever. The family is afraid to even look at it. Over time, Gregor loses everything that is human that still remained.
Jerome Salinger "The Catcher in the Rye"
The themes raised in the novel are already partiallyRevealed by the author in earlier stories, but this novel - a work in many respects fundamental both for Salinger himself, and for all literature in general. The book tells about the 16-year-old Holden Colfelde. He is able to feel and empathize, but due to age and lack of life experience he often makes hasty conclusions, offends others, hurting them. The novel tells about the psychological development of an American teenager in the late 40's.
"Loneliness in the network" Janusz Wisniewski
The novel was written in 2001 and immediately brought world fame to the Polish writer. From the book the reader learns an incredibly romantic and equally tragic love story.
The name of the main character is never mentioned in the novel "Loneliness in the network"
The main character Jakub is a well-known genetic scientist. One day he receives a letter from a stranger who is incredibly touched. Correspondence through e-mail and ICQ is fastened. In the messages, each of the two people writes about their work, family, romantic hobbies, preferences in food and drinks. The culmination of their relationship is the meeting in Paris, which determines the fate of both heroes.