Non-fiction is one of the most loved genres of today’s book world. It provides an escape for the readers and is considered a safe space where people can indulge and enjoy. Here are some best-selling books in non-fiction which is worth a read!
Man and his Symbols by Carl G Jung
If you’re looking for a self-help book, this masterpiece by Jung is a must-read. It talks about the inner workings of the subconscious mind, which unlocks all the meanings of our dreams and artistic impulses. Dreams are a part of human reality, and if you wish to know what they are, how to interpret them, and what is the subconscious answer to all your dreams, you need to own the book and give it a good read. Man and his Symbols offers the most insightful messages on interpreting dreams and how they can affect our lives.
The Ghost at the Feast by Robert Kagan
The book is a part of the Dangerous Nation Trilogy, which talks about the United States in the twentieth century. Americans were considered the beneficiaries during the British war and had responsibilities for maintaining different global orders. This book is for you if you’re interested in knowing about old America and its nature in the first and second world Wars. It provides some insightful information on the happenings in the region and the perils of the withdrawal of America, and the price it had to pay to sustain international responsibilities.
Artificial Hells by Claire Bishop
Claire Bishop has been one of the most ambitious participants in participatory art. In this book, she talks about this form of art takes shape in different centuries and how every era has changed the way people look at this form of art. The book calls for having a less perspective approach to different forms of art and politics and for people to develop bolder forms of criticism and participatory art.
The Matter of Everything by Suzie Sheehy
This book is meant for all the physics lovers fascinated by the journey and the journey of experiments that helps in unlocking the secrets of nature and matter.
Once you read the book, you will have a different approach to the working of the universe and how every single particle in the universe matters in creating the cosmos. It is one of those books that builds the reader’s curiosity as the book progresses.
The Diaries of Franz Kafka by Franz Kafka
Franz Kafka is one of the most influential writers of the twentieth century who reveals her true self through this book, dating from 1909 to 1923. The book contains some accounts of events, literary sketches, letter drafts, dream accounts, and many more of her life experiences and finished stories. If you are interested in learning about her life, this book is for you!