Archive for the Biography Category

07.8.2015

Four Girls from Berlin: A True Story of a Friendship That Defied the Holocaust By Marianne Meyerhoff

To question or search for your identity your whole life seems tedious and disheartening. To be coerced to abandon your identity is just cruel. Marianne Meyerhoff’s poignant recounts of her life and that of her mother, Lotte or Mutti, points to the moralizing (and often conflicting) aspects of what it mean to be human. Marianne’s […]

03.24.2015

“Save Me from Myself”

“Save Me from Myself” by Brian “Head” Welch is one of the most moving books I have ever read.  Having reached superstar status with KORN, Welch was one of the most recognizable faces in the music industry, but was on a path of destruction.  In this autobiography, Welch tells of how at the height of […]

11.15.2010

My Fighting Congregation

Just finished off My Fighting Congregation by Chaplain William Taggart. It was a very interesting memoir of a chaplain during World War II. I just randomly picked up from the university library when I was avoiding some other school thing I really should have been doing. (I always get the best books that way.) I […]

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