The top 100 books of all time | Books | guardian.co.uk1984 by George Orwell, England, (1903-1950) A Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen, Norway (1828-1906) A Sentimental Education by Gustave Flaubert, France, (1821-1880) Absalom, Absalom! The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain, United States, (1835-1910) The Aeneid by Virgil, Italy, (70-19 BC) Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy, Russia, (1828-1910) Beloved by Toni Morrison, United States, (b. 1931) Berlin Alexanderplatz by Alfred Doblin, Germany, (1878-1957) Blindness by Jose Saramago, Portugal, (1922-2010) The Book of Disquiet by Fernando Pessoa, Portugal, (1888-1935) The Book of Job, Israel. (600-400 BC) The Brothers Karamazov by Fyodor M Dostoyevsky, Russia, (1821-1881) Buddenbrooks by Thomas Mann, Germany, (1875-1955) Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer, England, (1340-1400) The Castle by Franz Kafka, Bohemia, (1883-1924) Children of Gebelawi by Naguib Mahfouz, Egypt, (b. 1911) Collected Fictions by Jorge Luis Borges, Argentina, (1899-1986) Complete Poems by Giacomo Leopardi, Italy, (1798-1837) Mrs.
A Visual Guide to the Firefox Web Browser - Learn FirefoxThe 48 Laws of Power - Robert GreeneLaw 1 Never Outshine the Master Always make those above you feel comfortably superior. In your desire to please or impress them, do not go too far in displaying your talents or you might accomplish the opposite inspire fear and insecurity. Make your masters appear more brilliant than they are and you will attain the heights of power. Law 2 Never put too Much Trust in Friends, Learn how to use Enemies Be wary of friends-they will betray you more quickly, for they are easily aroused to envy. Law 3 Conceal your Intentions Keep people off-balance and in the dark by never revealing the purpose behind your actions. Law 4 Always Say Less than Necessary When you are trying to impress people with words, the more you say, the more common you appear, and the less in control. Law 5 So Much Depends on Reputation Guard it with your Life Reputation is the cornerstone of power. Everything is judged by its appearance; what is unseen counts for nothing. Law 9 Win through your Actions, Never through Argument