The King is dead. The eponymous prince is overwhelmed with grief and considering suicide. After an encounter with the ghost of his father, he seeks revenge against his uncle and the court for murder most foul. Will he survive the wrath of the new king? Will he destroy himself in the process?
A Chinese mystic retreats from the hustle and bustle of a 7th century village to the refuge of a quiet life in the mountains. For anyone who dreams of leaving it all behind to watch clouds and scratch poems in the dirt.
The tale of an overlooked and oppressed people using humor to process the pains of colonization. At once incredibly encouraging and admirable while also yet another disappointing reminder of the brutal treatment suffered by the native peoples of North America. You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll wonder how you didn't know that Will Rogers was Cherokee.
A sweeping exploration into the nature of addiction, entertainment, politics, corporate capitalism (buying naming rights to a calendar year ie: The Year of the Depend Adult Undergarment), and the nuances of professional tennis. But, like, it's funny, too.
Working through a critique of existential thought, Camus reacts to the apparent meaninglessness of life by creating absurdism, wherein we are invited to apperciate the chaotic universe and fall in love with the metaphorical boulders that each of us are fated to roll up our own metaphorical hills each day.
Where are we? How did we get here? Why don't we leave?
We can't leave, we're waiting for Godot.
Two men while away their time in a barren wasteland in this abstract symbolic metaphor for post WWII Europe.
A group of environmentalist whack-jobs sabotage highway construction and mining operations in Southern Utah. Doc, Slim, Abzug, and the madman Hayduke. Part instruction manual, part manifesto, this book will have you searching for your wire cutters and settting food caches in the desert. Just in case...
A psychological exploration of foundational myths as they relate to the development of the collective unconscious. Myth making and storytelling as a technology for understanding the natural world and humanity's place in it.