17 May 2010

Week off + revised reading list

Huzzah! Finals are done, and I have my marks for both micro and macroeconomics. I did well, thankfully, in both - and now I have a week before my maths summer course begins, during which I will likely be looking at apartments in Pittsburgh. And reading. A lot of reading.

Currently on my list is The epistle to the Romans (chapters I-VIII) by Bishop Charles Gore (the Founding Father, as it were, of modern Anglo-Catholicism), and I'm about three-quarters of the way through that. Next up on my immediate reading list are Komarr and A civil campaign by Lois McMaster Bujold, Evolutionary socialism: a criticism and affirmation by Eduard Bernstein, 《中庸》 by Confucius with a translation by James Legge, Mere Christianity and The Screwtape letters by C S Lewis, and Saving Adam Smith by Jonathan Wight - a good mix of fiction and non-fiction, Fun-reading and Important Books-reading; we'll see how far I get through this revised list before next week...

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