The Bedside Baccalaureate: the Second Semester: A Handy Daily Cerebral Primer to Fill in the Gaps, Refresh Your Knowledge and Impress Yourself and Other Intellectuals
Class is back in session! The Bedside Baccalaureate is the ultimate miscellany series for smarties: it speaks directly to people’s desire for a better education and eagerness for a fun, no-pressure “college-like” experience. Every volume lets readers enroll in the courses they wish they had taken years ago—or studied more closely than they did. This new collection builds on the knowledge imparted in the first book, with the curriculum ranging from Origins of Human Society and Italian Renaissance Art to Schools of Buddhist Thought and Game Theory. To enhance learning, the back matter contains bibliographies with suggestions for further study. Filled with color illustrations, The Bedside Baccalaureate: Second Semester is an entertaining package for the up-and-coming intellectual.
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