My favorite to learn about was Andrew Jackson... that being said that man is crazy, and I disagree with most of the decisions he made, but nevertheless he had a fascinating life that intrigued me to learn more about...
I got to say I like all of them, which is why this question is challenging. I would say Up and Wall-E have to be at the top though.
Star Wars and Lord of the Rings for sure. Then Psycho, Vertigo, The Mission, The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly, Requiem for a Dream, are all I can think of that's off the top of my head, but there are many more.
My favorites are Klimt, Monet, Dali, Picasso, Pollack, Munch, and Van Gogh. Please share yours.
My favorite that I've played around with has to be stumble upon.
I'm going to say Slaughter House Five, The Sirens of Titan, and Cats Cradle. Vonnegut also had two letters that have been published that were also interesting: one was to his parents saying that he survived the war,...
For me: Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, Symphony 40-41, Piano Concerto 20-27, Piano Sonata in F k.332, and the Requiem. That's just trying to narrow it down, there are too many.
By topic I'm referring to when you're on Hubpages and you click explore - topics and there is a list of topics/genres to choose from. Which one of those topics has earned you the most money overall, and which one has...
I'm new to both, but I'm finding that I'm having more success with Hubpages. That being said this is really just an out of curiosity question. Please share your experiences.
It changes every couple of months, but I've been really stuck on Revolver and Abbey Road recently. Everything from Rubber Soul and on is just golden though.
Some of my favorites in this category would have to include Middlemarch, Les Miserables, The Brother's Karamazov, and Anna Karenina. At least that's what I can think of, off of the top of my head.
(If you can't narrow it down to one then list some of your favorites)