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A woman, lounging on her back, reads a book.

U Reads 2005 books announced

From eNews, January 13, 2005

If your wish is to fill your nightstand, and your mind, with thought-provoking books, look no further. "U Reads," the College of Continuing Education's reading program, has issued its new list of 10 titles highly recommended by some of the leading thinkers at the University.

The books include the story of an artist's struggle to bring meaning to his work; true tales of war, foreign policy, and survival; a discussion of how social issues weigh on the American public; and thoughtful and insightful fictional works and travelogues.

The 2005 U Reads books:

For more information about these titles, including explanations of the books' impact on the people recommending them, visit U Reads. For more information about ways adults can take short forays into literature with University and community experts and fellow avid readers, call 612-624-4000 and ask about the College of Continuing Education's Compleat Scholar short courses.

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