This Week Austin Noel and Ingrid Feeney asked BC students and faculty,if you were trapped on a island for 50 years and you could only have 1 book with you, what would that book be?
" Well if the book is for enjoyment I would have to say Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen."-C.R.S.
"I would have to be religious about it and say the Ku'ran."- Younis Ali
"How to Escape a Desert Island For Dummies"- Jenna Romany
"Being on a Desert island for 50 years would be lonely so I would take with me one of those huge playboy Books, you know the ones that cover the past 25 years or something."-Anonymous
"To keep my sanity on that island for 50 years I would want to have the book 'One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest' by Ken Kesey." - Anonymous
"Moby Dick. I read a short story by Melville once, it took me eight long hours. Moby Dick should last a while."- Jessica Welton
"Leaves of Grass---- the only choice" - Claudia Pacheco
"Zombie Survival Guide by Max Brooks or End of America by Naomi Wolf. I would probably die all alone on a desert island but at least I would be safe from zombies or fascists. Or fascist zombies." - Benjamin Levi
"The Divine Comedy, or perhaps A Critique of Pure Reason." - Glendon S.
"How to Build a Wooden Boat" - John Bonvini
"Notwithstanding the survival guide, if it were an idyllic island, a lengthy and marvelously illustrated children's book detailing the heroic deeds of beautiful and brave lords and ladies."- Amy Weaver