The captain of the USS Enterprise, Captain Jean-Luc Picard, loves to read books. These are the books Captain Picard has read, quoted from, and referenced during his time as ship’s captain onboard the USS Enterprise on Star Trek: The Next Generation. How many books have you read on Captain Picard’s reading list?
The Globe Illustrated Shakespeare: The Complete Works by William Shakespeare
Hamlet by William Shakespeare
Sonnets by William Shakespeare
Henry V by William Shakespeare
The Tempest by William Shakespeare
Ulysses by James Joyce
Ethics, Sophistry and the Alternate Universe by Ving Kuda
Moby-Dick or, the Whale by Herman Melville
A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens
The Big Sleep by Raymond Chandler
The Long Goodbye by Raymond Chandler
The unknown book in “Cause and Effect” (episode)
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She may be a cartoon character, but don’t forget to check out Lisa Simpson’s reading list from The Simpsons. It’s impressive! Meanwhile the boys at fictional Welton Academy in the film Dead Poets Society read these books recommended by John Keating.
Beloved author Jane Austen read these books.
The 16th president of the United States, Abraham Lincoln, who grew up in poverty and never went to college, said: “All I have learned, I learned from books.” Here is a sampling of Abraham Lincoln’s favorite books.
Albert Einstein’s favorite books include some surprising choices.