David M. Friedman’s recommendations

Posted By Matt on Dec 13, 2016 | 0 comments


David Friedman is an author and journalist. Friedman has written for Esquire, GQ, Rolling Stone, and was a reporter for New York Newsday and the Philadelphia Daily News.

Friedman’s first book A Mind of Its Own: A Cultural History of the Penis, has been published in 20 countries. His second book The Immortalists-a shocking and remarkable true story about Charles Lindbergh and Dr. Alexis Carrel’s quest to live forever. He has also written Wilde in America: Oscar Wilde and the Invention of Modern Celebrity-a interesting and witty story about Oscar Wilde’s first trip to America and his strategy to become famous.

To find out more about David Friedman you can visit his website here: davidmfriedmanbooks.com

Here are five books David Friedman recommends reading:

Chess Story by Stefan Zweig
Lindbergh Alone by Brendan Gill

The Assault by Harry Mulisch

The Complete Letters of Oscar Wilde edited by Merlin Holland and Rupert Hart-Davis

Sexuality: An Illustrated History by Sander Gilman

 

 

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