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Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
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Jun 08, 11

bookshelves: hatehatehate

At long last, an opportunity to strike a blow for all high school Honors English students everywhere. My otherwise-favorite teacher of all time, Mrs. Meta Potts, TORTURED us with an entire semester of Dostoyevsky. So what that it was {DELETED} years ago?! The scars burn just as much today, baby, as they did way back when!

So suck it, Dostoyoevsky! Here's YOUR punishment! Mwa ha ha ha ha!!!!!
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♆ BookAddict  ✒ La Crimson Femme Really? I loved the book. It's one of my favourite books in high school. I didn't have an entire semester of Dostoyevsky, just this one book. I read it in basically 2 days it was riveting for me.


Elisa Paige It's considered a classic, so I'm clearly in the minority. But an entire semester od Dostoyevsky? (shudder)

Still, I'm glad you enjoyed it!


message 3: by Jeannette (new)

Jeannette Barnes Tess of the d'Urbervilles is the ONE book on Earth you couldn't MAKE me read again. And I actually like Hardy's poetry--along with a little, a very little, of his prose. But Tess? Gangway, there's me overboard! ;])


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