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Chefs’ Selections: The Best Books Read During 2016 Part 1

Editor’s Note: Continuing an annual tradition, we take a moment to pause at year’s end to look back on the best books we encountered. As always, this is not a “best books of 2016″ list, but a list of the best books the Chefs read during 2016 — the books might be classics, a few years old, or brand new. 1,896 more words


La psiquiatría como juego de azar

Acaba de publicarse, por primera vez en lengua española, “El hombre de los dados” (Malpaso), un libro que nos muestra como un doctor en psiquiatría, tras una discusión aparentemente banal, comienza a tomar decisiones vitales y profesionales tomando como elemento de juicio los resultados de una tirada de dados. 614 more words


‘The Dice Man’ Still on its 45 Year Roll

Almost half a century ago, a small town university professor wrote a strange and fascinating novel about a bored psychiatrist who begins making life decisions based on the roll of the dice. 1,111 more words

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The Random Reader (or Reading Roulette)

I don’t know about you, but one of the hardest questions I ever ask myself is “What should I read next?”

This is often a difficult question for me for many reasons, but mostly because I have a LOT of books. 498 more words


Pour changer l’homme, ce qu’il faut changer c’est l’environnement qui lui fournit les critères d’après lesquels il se juge.
Un homme se définit par son public.

Luke Rhinehart.