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7 Classic Books With Happy Endings Even Scrooges Will Love - Huffington Post

7 Classic Books With Happy Endings Even Scrooges Will Love
Huffington Post
Plenty of classic books (though too few, if you ask me) have ended happily, or tragically, but decidedly unambiguously (remember what happened to poor Ethan Frome?). If literature is a survey of our collective experiences, does it not seem a touch ...

The Most Highlighted Passages From Classic Books - Huffington Post

The Most Highlighted Passages From Classic Books
Huffington Post
Earlier this year, Amazon's Kindle team revealed which passages are highlighted most frequently across all of their ebooks. Unsurprisingly, lines from Suzanne Collins's The Hunger Games trilogy topped off the list of most-highlighted quotes, followed ...

Great Conversation and classic books at COS - Porterville Recorder

Great Conversation and classic books at COS
Porterville Recorder
A “Great Conversation” discussion group is being organized at College of the Sequoias to read and discuss classics of literature published by the Great Books Foundation. The readings include excerpts or complete works by writers such as Aeschylus, ...

12 Classic Books That Got Horrible Reviews When They First Came Out - Huffington Post

12 Classic Books That Got Horrible Reviews When They First Came Out
Huffington Post
Reviewers are tasked with the daunting challenge of critically assessing a work's artistic merit, and determining whether a book is worth readers' valuable time. They are often also expected to predict -- or influence -- a novel's future, an assignment ...

The best vlog reinventions of classic books - The Guardian (blog)

The Guardian (blog)

The best vlog reinventions of classic books
The Guardian (blog)
Judging by the reactions to Zoe Suggs' and Alfie Deyes' rising stars, vlogs are the end of civilisation as we know it and – like Zoella's ghostwritten novel – they certainly don't have any place in literature. But fresh-faced teens and twentysomethings ...



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