Wednesday, November 4, 2015

5 Books That Changed the World and so Will Change You

There are millions of books in this world, but just a small part of them made an enormous impact on the world’s history or even on people’s lives. And below in this article you will be presented with five such books you should also read! They might change your life a little bit too! And I can guarantee that it will change for the better.

But before the head to that, I would also like to take some time and appreciate some of these deals and coupons for Target. There might not be special books coupons you can use to shop for world-changing literature, but there are some other ways how you can save money on good literature. So get creative, shop for these amazing and truly unique pieces of literature and enjoy reading!

"Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl" by Anne Frank
A diary written by a little Jewish girl is one of the literature pieces that changed the world. And the fact that this is a true story makes this little book hard and scary to read. Especially since this book is a compilation of the diary writings of Anne, who hid with her family for two years during the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands. So if you wish to learn how a small girl deals with growing up in such scary times – this dairy is worth to read.

"Origin of the Species" by Charles Darwin
No other book got so many attentions to it than this one. It is a study written by Darwin then he traveled to the Galapagos Islands and discovered one of the most important scientific discoveries of the 19th-century-world — the theory of evolution. It made a tremendous impact on many generations of scientists, philosophers, politics and other great thinkers. So it is also worth reading and learning what was that all fuss about.

"The Second Sex" by Simone De Beauvoir
"The Second Sex" is another book considered to be a real bible of all feminists and there is nothing to be amazed by. In this book, you can find a study about how history, philosophy, economics, biology, and other disciplines determine what a "woman" is and why women through many ages were considered inferior. This book also inspired many generations of women to stand out and fight for their rights in patriarchate society, and it still inspires many women today. So – it might inspire you too!

"To Kill A Mockingbird" by Harper Lee
This book not only changed the world a little bit but was banned for some time too. And these are two main reasons why you should read it! It is an excellent book that introduced the world to the racial situation in the United States and all the discrimination within it. With strong language, we are not very used today and the story line about atrocious crime, this book is an adamant literature piece that will change your thinking too!

"Slaughterhouse-Five" by Kurt Vonnegut

A satirical novel about one man’s journey through time and experiences during the second World World War had also changed the world a little bit. In general, Vonnegut’s books have a very strong message, and every one of his books changed a world a little bit too. Therefore, this book is recognized as Vonnegut's most influential and famous work what is loved by many generations and dystopian lovers. So check this book and discover what it would be like if you could travel through time and more.