Classics Without All the Class
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You don’t have to be an English or Literature Major to enjoy great books! We want people to read for the fun of it and not worry about feeling they neYou don’t have to be an English or Literature Major to enjoy great books! We want people to read for the fun of it and not worry about feeling they need to be "smart."
We will be reading both traditional, and more modern classic novels. Please feel free to openly discuss any aspects of the books that we read in the forums, and remember that we're reading these books for FUN! So pour yourself a yummy beverage and let's discuss these books like we're sitting with a bunch of friends!
We all vote on what book to read next and we read in a three month rotation (Pre-1910, 1910-1959, 1960-2004), so please visit our polls to help us select our next book https://www.goodreads.com/poll/list/78394-classics-without-all-the-class?type=group
(we pick a book two months ahead in case there is a monster read, people can get started on it early if they desire [Anna Karenina comes to mind....]
Our Facebook can be found at the link below. https://www.facebook.com/ClassicsWithoutAllTheClass
Our Twitter account is @CWATC_bookclub.
If you would like to see what book we have already read, or what might be coming up or if you just need some ideas on what classics to read, visit our bookshelf: https://www.goodreads.com/group/bookshelf/78394-classics-without-all-the-class
We don't have our podcast anymore, but if you want to go back and listen to our previous episodes, you can do so via itunes you can do so here:
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A group dedicated to discussing Rex Stout's great pair Archie Goodwin and Nero Wolfe.
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— last activity Dec 20, 2013 05:49PM
This community is focused on discussing books, authors, genres, or everything else book related. We are a discussion-focused subreddit, meaning we valThis community is focused on discussing books, authors, genres, or everything else book related. We are a discussion-focused subreddit, meaning we value discussion quality over content quantity. Posts that do well here are the ones asking the most interesting questions or giving the most fascinating news.
Whether you're an avid reader, a first-timer, or haven't read a thing, our community would love to talk to you about books....more