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AlixI am regrouping all similar goals together

they will be there: http://www.43things.com/things/view/5089409/go-back-to-the-classics 7 months ago


SarahUntitled

I’m halfway through the book right now and I really like it. In Germany it isn’t a popular book and it doesn’t fit our curriculum ver well, but it has always been a book I really wanted to read. I was surprised that it’s so easy to read and follow. I totally love Scout and think I’ll re-read it somewhen. 18 months ago


MinervaSo touching

I’ve finally read “To Kill a Mockingbird.” I’ve watched the movie numerous times throughout my life, but I never got around to reading the book. What a masterpiece!! 23 months ago


ncurtistngi have to

it is part of my curriculum and i am sooo not looking forward to it 3 years ago


RachaelStarted yesterday

Never thought a classic would be a page turner, but I’ve already read 22 pages (it’s an Ebook, so that’s 22 A4 pages). It’s good, reading this one seems to be a breeze. 4 years ago


RachaelI have a couple to read right now

I’m currently reading A Tale of Two Cities, and then it’s on to Great Expectations. And after that I have promised myself I will read a book that might not be in any lists of great fiction, that I am just interested in, for the heck of it. Then, I think I will read To Kill a Mockingbird.

Dickens is wiping me out right now. The plot is beginning to interest me, but it’s taken a lot of perseverance to come this far. 4 years ago


JadeleeOne of my favourite books ever

I think it was worth it from the standard of english it has. I love Lees style of writing. But the theme of the poor black man doesnt really interest me that much. 5 years ago


GemmaI love this book.

It’s one of the best gifts I’ve ever recieved.

x 6 years ago


RachaelAmazing Novel

Only worth doing if you choose to read it of your own accord.

I read it for the first time in an English Lit class, and I always find that overanalysing books the way you do in lit classes takes the enjoyment out of them. (Don’t get me wrong, I love English Lit. It’s broadened my knowledge of the written word no end, but it can be rather tedious.) 6 years ago


meijseUntitled

I read it summer before last, and then during the following school year as part of the curriculum. When I first read it, I felt that it went nowhere until halfway through, but it was SO much better the second time. I could see the big picture of all the events and how they tie together, and I appreciated the little details. Such a wonderful book! 6 years ago


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