the heinleins

anonymous asked:

film&dizi listesi yapar mısın?

Bu kadar film ve dizi önerisinin yanına kitap önerisi de benim içimden geldi :D İstediğini seçip izle ya da oku artık sana kalmış :D

FİLMLER

Scott Pilgrim vs. the World
Whiplash
Birdman
Watchmen
Captain Fantastic
The Hunt (Jagten)
Brazil (1985)
Rise of the Planet of the Apes
Children of Men
Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World
Kubo and the Two Strings
Arrival

DİZİLER

Americann Gods
The OA
Legion
Westworld
Stranger Things
Preacher
Peaky Blinders
Black Mirror
The Crown

KİTAPLAR

Cesur Yeni Dünya - Aldous Huxley
Çocukluğun Sonu - Arthur C. Clarke
Dr. Moreau’nun Adası - H.G. Wells
Kaplan! Kaplan! - Alfred Bester
Bitmeyen Savaş - Joe Haldeman
Su Adamı - Alexander Belyaev
Ay Zalim Bir Sevgilidir - Robert A. Heinlein
Biz - Yevgeni Zamyatin
Hayvanlardan Tanrılara Sapiens - Yuval Noah Harari
Homo Deus: Yarının Kısa Bir Tarihi - Yuval Noah Harari

Here are my World Book Day picks in no specific order. Vonnegut’s Slaughterhouse-Five should be in here but I think it’s waddled off into the sunset without me:

  • Catherynne M. Valente - The Orphan’s Tales Vol 1: In The Night Garden
  • Robert Heinlein - Stranger In A Strange Land
  • Rainer Maria Rilke - The Sonnets To Orpheus
  • Arundhati Roy - The God of Small Things
  • Karel Čapek - War With the Newts
  • Frank Herbert - Dune
  • George Orwell  - 1984
  • Margaret Atwood - Oryx & Crake
  • Jack London - White Fang
  • Jane Lindskold - Changer

[animated version here]

English is the largest of the human tongues, with several times the vocabulary of the second largest language - this alone made it inevitable that English would eventually become, as it did, the lingua franca of this planet, for it is thereby the richest and the most flexible - despite its barbaric accretions…or, I should say, because of its barbaric accretions. English swallows up anything that comes its way, makes English out of it. Nobody tried to stop this process, the way some languages are policed and have official limits…probably because there never has been, truly, such a thing as ‘the King’s English’ - for the King’s English was French. English was in truth a bastard tongue and nobody cared how it grew…and it did! - enormously.
—  Robert Heinlein, Stranger In A Strange Land