5 Great Books For Introverts

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The dark days of winter are almost upon us, so it’s time to dust off those great books for introverts and loners, written by the same. Accordingly, below are summaries extracted from the article, “5 Loners and Introverts Who Changed History” by the Liberty.me (The Global Liberty Community) blog.

5 Books For Introverts

5 Great Books for Introverts

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  1. Tesla: Man Out of Time by Margaret Cheney.
  2. The Gulag Archipelago, 1918-1956 Vol. 1: An Experiment in Literary Investigation by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn.
  3. Planning for Freedom, and Sixteen Other Essays and Addresses by Ludwig Von Mises.
  4. Anthem by Ayn Rand.
  5. The Philosophy of Friedrich Nietzsche by H. L. Mencken.

5 Loners and Introverts Who Changed History

  1. Nikola Tesla (The Electric Jesus): “A scientific legend who, like many introverts before and after, has really not been given the credit and respect that he deserves. A Serbian-Croatian immigrant, Tesla was a pioneer in electrical theory and technology.”
  2. Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn: “Like Fyodor Dostoyevsky before him, Solzhenitsyn wandered inside of his mind for answers.”
  3. Ludwig von Mises: “’I regret only my willingness to compromise, not my intransigence.’ In the face of fascism, militarism, and state interventionism, Mises became the standard-bearer for classical liberalism and free market economics.”
  4. Ayn Rand (Alisa Zinovyevna Rosenbaum): “While authoring essays on philosophy, logic and writing several books that continue to be some of the most popular in the world, she had few friends, and drove away most that stayed long enough to know her.”
  5. H.L. Mencken: “He penned articles and books with a tenacity and wit that, with apologies to the great Samuel Clemens, was unmatched then and now, blending an unapologetic intellectualism with a conservative fondness for aristocracy and high culture.”

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Now you. Let us know in the comments section what authors or books for introverts to consider this winter. Also, be sure to review our Blogentary tags regarding more book recommendations.

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