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Index to posts I wrote about books I read:
הרמב"ם - משה הלברטלWhat the Dog Saw, by Malcom Gladwellהכלב היהודי, אשר קרביץThe Snow Cow, by Martin KochanskiPredictably Irrational, by Dan ArielyThe Uncommon Reader, by Alan BennettThe Road, by Cormac McCarthyForever Flora, by Yuval ElbashanGod, Man and History, by Eliezer BerkovitsThe Day Lasts More Than a Hundred Years, by Chingiz AitmatovOutliers, by Malcolm GladwellMelachim Gimmel, by Yochi BrandesThe Amnesiac, by Sam TaylorAtonement, by Ian McEwanConstantine's Sword, by James CarrollThe Architecture of the Arkansas Ozarks, by Donald HaringtonMekimi, by Noa Yaron-DayanHarry Potter, by J. K. RowlingReading Lolita in Tehran, by Azar NafisiBetraying Spinoza, by Rebecca GoldsteinAmerican Vertigo, by Bernard-Henri LevyUntil I Find You, by John IrvingAn Instance of the Fingerpost, by Iain PearsMan in the Shadows, by Efraim HalevyI am Charlotte Simmons, by Tom WolfeFreakonomics, by Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubnerאחי היאקוזה, יעקב רזOccidentalism, by Ian Buruma and Avishai MargalitMetaphysique des Tubes, by Amelie NothombeA Short History of Nearly Everything, by Bill BrysonNotes From a Small Island, by Bill Brysonסיפור על אהבה וחושך, עמוס עוזפונטנלה, מאיר שלוSmall World, by David LodgeBest Books of 2004Le Sabotage Amoureux, by Amelie NothombHow the Irish Saved Civilization, by Thomas CahillThe Gifts of the Jews, by Thomas CahillThe Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, by Mark HaddonMuhammad - A Biography of the Prophet, by Karen Armstrong
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