Steve Jobs – Favorite Books

Below, we examine a selection of the favorite books of the late, visionary businessman, Steve Jobs (courtesy of Business Insider).  Feel free to click on the images for more information. Be Here Now The Collected Poems of Dylan Thomas: The Original Edition Moby Dick (Wordsworth Classics) King Lear (Signet Classics) Diet for a Small Planet (20th …

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Richard Price – Favorite Books

Richard Price's first novel, The Wanderers, is a coming-of-age story revolving around several young, violent gang members in 1960's New York.  The novel, which Price wrote in his early 20s, is oft-cited as a literary masterpiece amongst his peers. Since that time, Price published Clockers (subsequently adapted into a film directed by Spike Lee), Bloodbrothers, Freedomland, Lush Life, and The Whites (published under …

Bret Easton Ellis – Favorite Books

Bret Easton Ellis is the author of several celebrated books, including American Psycho (subsequently adapted into the 2000 film bearing the same title), Less Than Zero (the 1987 film starring Robert Downey Jr. was loosely based on this novel), Imperial Bedrooms, and The Rules of Attraction.  In the 1980s, Ellis was a member of the revered "Brat Pack," comprising of …

Jim Jarmusch’s Favorite Books

Jim Jarmusch has developed a cult following over the past 2-3 decades, directing films such as Stranger Than Paradise, Mystery Train, Broken Flowers, Ghost Dog: The Way Of The Samurai, Only Lovers Left Alive, and, most recently, Paterson.  Jarmusch's favorite books showcase the eclectic tastes that make him one of Hollywood's most unique and visionary filmmakers.  UPDATE (July 13, …