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read the classics


 

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Journo has written 2 entries about this goal

David Copperfield

The first book I have on my list is David Copperfield. Although I think that maybe I should start with a book thats not quite as thick so I won’t give up in the middle. Help anybody? Should I try another or go for DC.



Tough reads but most of the time worth it

I have read compulsively my whole life. I love books and everything about them but I have not read many classics in my life time. While I studied I had to read a few and I enjoyed most of them. Some were terribly dull however.I do not want to force myself through something that is not enjoyable at all but I want to broaden my horizons. Any advice on classics which will be enjoyable and enriching anyone? I might try a list somewhere.



 

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