Which book to start learning Java?

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Please advise book for a beginner.
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Thinking in Java. Be careful with the translations
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Depends what your goals are. Just to kill time? Java is fashionable? To become expert in Java EE? Java SE? To write your desktop software? Having a good time? To write a game for mobile? Java has a vast books on it a lot, a lot of good.
I read Monakhova, Java and NetBeans, there is little understanding in OOP. All clear outlines, the book gives a General idea about everything.
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I settled on this set:
— above Thinking in Java 4th edition
— Prentice.Hall.Effective.Java.2nd.Edition — contains useful tips, not to learn from their mistakes
and, of course, java.sun.com/docs/books/jls/download/langspec-3.0.pdf
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What about the two volumes of Key Horstmann, Gary Cornell
Core Java: Volume I — Fundamentals
Core Java: Volume II: Advanced Features?
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Very, very good to start with Bruce Accela — the Philosophy of Java. Then I advise you to read about patterns.
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I would recommend to start learning Java here: The Java Tutorials. And from books, I recommend reading the specification.
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Can watch lecturesfrom Stanford University on programming that are given with examples in java. Reads very perky, cheerful Professor =) Watched it with pleasure!
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PS Really need to know English...
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