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25 American Classics Everyone Should Read At Least Once In Their Lifetime vs The recommended list of reading in Russia.

"The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" by Mark Twain

Published in 1884


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Of course the PC version of Huck Finn  'South with a freed slave named Jim.'  they can't leave it as it was historicaly written with 'Nigger Jim,' because it might offend someone; but they would prefer to keep up with African American English, 'ebonics', instead of a part of history.    I'm really surprised they didn't change it to dat freed nigga slave Jim .  smh  :/  Talk about censorship.  To me by them doing this; I put it right on up there with book burning.


From CAL:African American English
African American English (AAE) is a dialect of American English used by many African Americans in certain settings and circumstances. Like other dialects of English, AAE is a regular, systematic language variety that contrasts with other dialects in terms of its grammar, pronunciation, and vocabulary.
Terms for African American English
The terms used by scholars to refer to the unique language variety of many African Americans reflects the changing terms used to refer to African Americans themselves across the decades. Early studies of AAE in the 1960s used the terms Negro speechNegro English, or Negro American dialect. Starting around 1970 and continuing throughout the decade, the preferred term was Black English or Black English Vernacular (BEV). In the mid-1980s African-American became the preferred term for black Americans, and by 1991 linguists were using the term African American Vernacular English(AAVE). Today African American English (AAE) is the generally accepted term, although AAVE is still used too.
The term Ebonics (a blend of ebony and phonics) gained recognition in 1996 as a result of the Oakland School Board’s use of the term in its proposal to use African American English in teaching Standard English in the Oakland Schools. The term was coined by Robert Williams in 1973, but it wasn’t until the Ebonics controversy that Ebonics became widely used. Most linguists prefer the term African American English as it aligns the variety with regional, national, and sociocultural varieties of English such as British English, Southern English, Cajun English, and so forth.




Yeah and here is what they are recommending in Russia, and I bet they don't change the written words or perhaps they do/did so as not to offend the Jewish or Gypsy or someone.  

Makes you think huh?

According to scientists, academicians of RAS, literary critics, these books should be included in the range of reading every educated person today. Save yourself the wall, so as not to Lose 

15-16 years: 
1. JD Sellinzher "The Catcher in the Rye," and short stories. 
2. Franz Kafka's "The Castle", "The Trial". 
3. Ken Kesey's "Over the Cuckoo's Nest" ("One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest"). 
4. Benedict Erofeev "Moscow-End of the Line." 
5. Julio Cortazar "Wins" (1960), "Hopscotch" (1963), "62. Model Kit" (1968), "The Last Round" (1969), "The Book of Manuel" (1974). 
6. F. Dostoevsky, "Poor people" "Demons" "Idiot" "The Brothers Karamazov" "Crime and Punishment". 
7. S. Lem "Futurological Congress", "runny nose", "Eden" and others. 
8. Victor Pelevin "Chapaev and emptiness", "Omon Ra", "The Life of Insects", "Yellow Arrow", "Generation" P "« («Generation P»), and others. 
9. Tatyana Tolstoy "Kys". 
10 . Ulitskaja L. "Case of Kukotskiy", "Medea and Her Children." 
11. Boris Akunin "Azazel", "Turkish Gambit". 
12. Yuri Mamleyev "Cranks", "Moscow Gambit", "Drown my head," " Eternal Home "," Cranks ". 
13. Paul Krusanov "Night of the inside", "Kalevala. Karelian-Finnish epic, "" Bite angel. " 
14. Strugatsky brothers' Roadside Picnic "," snail on the slope "," It's hard to be a god. " 
15. Dale Carnegie "How to Develop Self-confidence and Influence people vystupayapublichno. How to Win Friends and Influence People. How perestatbespokoitsya and begin to Live." 
16.Garsiya Marquez "One Hundred Years of Solitude," "Autumn of the Patriarch" "Love in the Time of Cholera " 
17. Lobsang Rampa "Third Eye" (1.Trety eyes. 2. Doctor from Lhasa. 3. Rampy.4 history. Ancient caves. 5. You - forever. 6. Wisdom of the ancients. 7. Hermit. 8.Shafrannaya mantle. 9. chapters of life. 10. life with Lama. 11. candlelight. 12. Outland tenth. 13. Maintaining the fire. 14. Thirtieth candle. 15. Twilight. 16. concerned as it was. 17. ramp on Venus. 18 . Tibet sage) 
18. Alexandra David - Noel "mystics and magicians of Tibet." 
19. Elizabeth Haich "Dedication." 
20. Mario Puzo's "The Godfather." 
21. EM Remarque "On the Western Front," "Three Comrades", "Arc de Triomphe", "The Black Obelisk" (Collected Works). 
22. LN Tolstoy "War and Peace," "Anna Karenina." 
23. Sholokhov "Quiet Flows the Don." 
24. B. Pasternak, "Doctor Zhivago" poems. 
25. Mikhail Bulgakov "The Master and Margarita", "Heart of a Dog," "Belayagvardiya," "Days of Turbin," "The Fatal Eggs". 
26. Marietta Chudakov "Biography of Mikhail Bulgakov." 
27. Ivan Bunin "dark alley", "Life of Arsenyev," "Cursed Days". 
28. VN Muromtseva "Life Bunin", "Conversations with memory." 
29. I. Ilf and E. Petrov "The Twelve Chairs," "The Golden Calf", "storey America." 
30. A. Platonov "pit." 
31. Zamyatin "We" 
32. Solzhenitsyn "One day of Ivan Denisovich", "The First Circle", "Cancer Ward", "The Gulag Archipelago", "Two Hundred Years Together." 
33. John Galsworthy's "The Forsyte Saga" 
34. E. Hemingway "A Farewell to Arms," ​​"For Whom the Bell Tolls." 
35. Zola's "Germinal", "Belly of Paris". 
36. Choderlos de Lanklo "Dangerous Liaisons." 
37. Guy de Maupassant, "Bel Ami" stories. 
38. G. Flaubert "Madame Bovary." 
39. Stendhal "Red and Black", "The Charterhouse of Parma." 
40. William Makepeace Thackeray, "Vanity Fair." 
41. Alexander Mirer "House wanderers." 
42. M.Zoshchenko "Stories." 
43. Poetry: O. Khayyam, William Shakespeare, M. Bass, I. Krylov, N. Nekrasov, F.Tyutchev, Fet, IA Northerner, Yesenin, Osip Mandelstam, Gumilev, Tsvetaeva, Vladimir Mayakovsky, R. Christmas, Bulat Okudzhava, Joseph Brodsky. 
44. Akhmatova "Evening" (1912), "Rosary" (1914), "White Flock" (1917), "Plantain" (1921), «Anno Domini» (1922), "The Flight of Time." Memories. 
45. E. Gerstein "Anna Akhmatova and Lev Gumilev," a memoir. 
46. Boris Spout "Anna and Amadeo. The story of the secret love Akhmatova and Modigliani, or figure in the Interior" 47. Blok "Poems" ("The Stranger" and others).48. MA Svetlov "Poems" ("Granada", "Song of Kahovka" and others). 49. IS Turgenev 50. AN Ostrovsky 51. AP Czechs 52. NGChernyshevsky "What to do" "(for a change). 53. Kuprin "Garnet Bracelet", "Shulamith". 54. Taffy "Stories." 55. George Orwell 's "1984." 56. Yuri Nikitin "Three out of the woods. " 57.Mariya Semenov "Wolfhound", "right to Match", "Istovik - Stone," "The Omen Road", "Semi-precious Mountain", "Valkyrie." 58. V. Pikul "Moonzund", "favorite", "Requiem convoy PQ-17." 59. V. Voinovich "The Life and Extraordinary Adventures of Private Ivan Chonkina," "Fairy Tales for Adults", "The smell of chocolate." 60. B. SHukshin "Stories . " 61. Vasil Bykov, Polyakov, Kurochkin Bogomolov (the Great Patriotic War). 62. Obruchev "Sannikov Land". 63. Walt Whitman "Poems." 64. S. Maugham "Theatre", "Of Human Bondage." 65 . A. White "Petersburg". 66. Gippius "Living person", verses. 67. IA Goncharov, "Oblomov", "Ordinary Story." 68. Michael Moorcock "Empty Land", "Ice schooner or expedition in New York, "" The Chronicles of Cornelius "," Elric of Melnibona. " 69. Vladimir Levi "The art of being a", "Art to be different", "Custom Child," "Confessions of a hypnotist." 70. IV Goethe " Faust. " 71. Dante's "Divine Comedy." 72. Homer "Iliad," "Odyssey." 73. Stephen King's "Pet Sematary", "The Green Mile" and other novels. 74. William Golding's "Lord of the Flies. " 75. Alex Garland "The Beach". 76. B. Stoker 's "Dracula." 77. Frank Herbert "Dune". 78. Philip Jose Farmer "Flying Whales Ismael", "Anger" 79. Harlan Ellison, "On the way to oblivion. " 80. Maxim Gorky, "The Life of Klim Samgin." 81. JB Moliere 's "Don Giovanni", "Funny prude", "Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme", "The Misanthrope," "Tartuffe," "The Miser." 82. Winston Groom "Forrest Gump." 83. John Wyndham's "The Day of the Triffids". After 17 years: 1. Marcel Proust "In Search of Lost Time." 2. James Joyce's "Ulysses." 3. Umberto Eco's "Name of the Rose", "Foucault's Pendulum". 4. Eric Berne, "People who play games. Games People Play, "" Seksv human life "," Introduction to psychiatry and psychoanalysis for the uninitiated. " 5. Sigmund Freud's "The Interpretation of Dreams," "Introduction to Psychoanalysis" (1910), "Psychopathology of Everyday Life" (1904), "I and It" (1923), "Totem and Taboo", "Essays on the psychology of sexuality. " 6. Fromm E. "The Art of Love," "To Have or to Be", "Escape from Freedom". 7. Carl Jung, "Psychology of the Unconscious", "Psychological Types", "Man and His Symbols, "" Problems of the soul of our time. " 8. Viktor Frankl "Man 's Search for Meaning." 9. Abraham Harold Maslow's "Motivation and Personality".10. ME Litvak "psychological vampirism. Anatomy of the conflict. " 11. Frederick Perls "Inside and outside the garbage ведра.Радость.Печаль.Хаос.Мудрость." 12. Robert Crooks, Karla Baur "Sexuality." 13. Friedrich Nietzsche's "Thus Spake Zarathustra." 14. Books about world religions: Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism, Judaism, and others (n-up: Erriker K. Buddhism; Bertrong D. and E. Confucianism; Besserman P. Kabbalah and Jewish mysticism; Wong E. Taoism; Kanitkar In. P. (Hemant ) Hinduism, Islam R. Maqsood, Oliver P. World religious beliefs; Fershtaynom G.Tantra, Ernst KV Sufism, Donald Young Christian). 15. The Bible. 16. Qur'an. Talmud. Rigveda. Avesta. Brahmapada. The works of Confucius. Dao De Jing. Vernadsky (the noosphere). Kant (about idealism). Kendo. Bushido. Bodhittsatva. Mahamudra. Kabbalah. Bhagavad-Gita. 17. Vladimir Nabokov, "The Luzhin Defence", "Masha", "gift "," Lolita ", etc. 18. Patrick Suskind "Perfume", "dove", "The History of Mr Sommer." 19. Andre Gide "Refreshment of the earth," "The Counterfeiters", "Strait is the gate. " 20. Jorge Luis Borges' "The Garden of Forking Paths", "Book of imaginary beings" and other stories. "Six puzzles for Don Isidro Parodi," "Seven Nights". 21. Carlos Castaneda, "The Teachings of Don Juan of the Yaqui "," A Separate Reality "," Journey to Ixtlan "," Tales of Power "," The Second Ring of Power, "" The Eagle's Gift, "" Fire From Within "," The Power of Silence ", "The Art of Dreaming. " 22. The Tibetan Book of the Dead - Bardo Thedol23. Henry Miller's "Tropic of Cancer" and others. 24. Andy Warhol "The Philosophy of Andy Warhol (From A to B and vice versa)." 25. G. Hesse , "Demian", "Steppenwolf", "The Glass Bead Game", "Siddhartha". 26. Bernard Shaw "House widower," "Heartbreaker," "Mrs. Warren's Profession, "" The Devil's Disciple, "" Arms and the Man, "" Candida, "" Chosen Destiny "," Wait and see, "" Pygmalion, "" House, Heartbreak. " 27. Albert Camus' The Plague, "" The Fall, "" The Outsider ".28. Paul Verlaine "Poems" ("Marine", "Osennyayapesnya", "Shadows of trees, hiding behind gray mist ...", "Nebonad city crying ...", "Tosca", "Charter suffer, I wilted ismolk .. . "" lovely and duller ... "," GREEN "," grotesque "," As the day dawns, as the newly radiance ... ") 29. Jean-Paul Sartre "Nausea," "Words," "Freud".30. Arthur Rimbaud's "Poems." 31. Virginia Woolf "Jacob's Room", "Orlando", "To the Lighthouse", "Mrs. Dalloway". 32. Tom Sharpe "Far intent", "Wilt", "Porterhouse Blue". 33. Clifford D. Simak "All living things ..." "Almost like people", "Reserve goblin", "City", "Ring Around the Sun." 34. Ambrose Bierce, "Devil's Dictionary" stories. 35. Kobo Abe's "Woman in the Dunes", "Tales" ("The Man - box" and others). 36. Aldous Huxley's "Crome Yellow", "Trickster's dance", "Doors of Perception", "Counterpoint", "Brave New World", etc. 37. Haruki Murakami's "Trilogy of the Rat" ("Hear the Wind Sing," "Pinball 1973", "The hunt for the sheep"), "Dance-dance-dance", "Kafka on the Shore." 38. Alexander Mitta "Cinema between heaven and hell." 39. Daniil Andreyev "Rose of the World." 40. Milan Kundera, "The Unbearable Lightness of Being," "Broken wills", "Immortality", "Slowness / Authenticity", "Waltz goodbye." 41. VK Arsenyev "According to the Ussuri region," "Dersu Uzala." 42. Ryu Murakami's "All Blues", "69." 43. Paulo Coelho's "The Alchemist", "Eleven Minutes." 44. Yukio Mishima's "Confessions of a Mask," "Golden Temple", "thirst for love." 45. Anthony Burgess' A Clockwork Orange, "" Long Walk to tea drinking, "" Iron, rusty iron. " 46. Max Frisch, "I will name himself Gantenbein." 47. Faulkner "Village". 48. T. Wilder, "The Ides of March." 49.Dzhon Steinbeck's "Grapes of Wrath", "Cannery Row," " East of Eden "50. F. Scott Fitzgerald "The Great Gatsby," "Tender Is the Night," stories. 51. Knut Hamsun's "Hunger", "juice of the earth". 52. RM Rilke poems. 53. Francoise Sagan "Fish Blood," "Bonjour Tristesse." "Love Livs Brahms." "A little sun in cold water", "leash". 54. C. Aitmatov "Jamila", "My Little Poplar in a red scarf", "Camel's Eye "," The First Teacher "," Mother's Field, "" And the day lasts longer than a century "," scaffold "," Cassandra's Brand "," White Ship "" Spotted Dog Running at the edge of the sea. " 55. Ryunosuke Akutagawa (Ryunoske) "Hell loneliness", "Tobacco and the devil." 56. D. Updike "Rabbit, Run," "Centaur", "Gertrude and Claudius", "Let's get married." 57. Thomas Stearns Eliot "Poems." 58. Neil Gaiman, "American Gods," "Coraline," "Smoke and Mirrors". 59. G. Apollinaire "Poems." 60. Apuleius. "Metamorphoses, or Golden Ass." 61. Asturias MA "Young Possessor Treasure," "Tacos people." 62. I. Babel, "How this was done in Odessa", "Red Cavalry" stories.63. V. Shalamov "Fourth Vologda," Kolyma Tales. Poems. 64. Bart J. "Floating Opera." 65. R. Bach "Seagull Jonathan Livingston." 66. Belle G. "A house without a host." 67. Bits A. "Lessons of Armenia", "the Georgian album", " Pushkin House "," UletayuschiyMonahov "," Agreement ". 68. William Blake "Songs of Innocence and of Experience" (Poems). 69. S. de Beauvoir. "Pretty pictures." 70. Baudelaire Sh "Flowers of Evil." 71. G. Boccaccio "Decameron". 72. Beaumarchais. "The Barber of Seville." "The Marriage of Figaro." 73. Iain Banks' The Crow Road "," The Bridge, "" The Wasp Factory "," Steps on the glass. " 74. Boris Vasiliev "The Dawns Here Are Quiet" "gambler and bully, player and duelist," "Soothe My Sorrows ..." 75. Boris Vian "Autumn in Peking", "All the dead skin is the same." 76. Vladimir Vysotsky Poems. 77. Gan Bao. "Notes on searching for ghosts." 78. IA Efremov "Thais", "Razor", "At the edge of the known world." 79. Romain Gary, "The promise of the dawn" "Promise at dawn", "Obey the head." 80. Poulsen Leslie Hartley "Death Defying Acts" (short stories). 81. Henri Barbusse "Tenderness", "Fire". Sat - to stories, "Incidents", "True Stories." 82. F. Garcia Lorca "Song wants to be light." 83.Giljarovsky VA "Moscow and Muscovites". 84. Alexei Didurov "Myths and Legends of Ancient Scoop." 85. Gunter Grass' Under local anesthesia, "" The Tin Drum "," Dog's Life "," From the Diary of a Snail, "" Birth of the head. " 86. S. Dali "Diary of a genius." 87. Amanda Lear «DALI Amanda's eyes." 88. James G. "Turn of the Screw." 89. Dovlatov S. "Life is short", "reserve", "Zone: Notes warden." 90.Dombrowski J. "Faculty of unnecessary things." 91. Du Maurier D. "Scapegoat," "Rebecca," "Frantsuzova bay", "Korolevskiygeneral", "My Cousin Rachel". 92.Euripides. "Medea". "Hippolytus." "The Bacchae." 93. Sacher-Masoch, L. von."Venus in Furs". 94. N. Kazantzakis' The Last Temptation. 95. T. Capote's "Breakfast at Tiffany's." 96. J. Kane "Butterfly" "The Postman Always Rings Twice," "Double Indemnity." 97. Confucius. Judgment and conversation. 98. Lawrence D. "Sons and Lovers , "" Rainbow, "" Women in Love, "" Lady Chatterley's Lover. " 99. H. McCoy "In the shroud no pockets," "They Shoot Horses, is not it" 100. The Marquis de Sade. "Justine, or the Misfortunes of Virtue. "

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