Books mentioned in "The perks of being a wallflower"

Books mentioned in The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky
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15 books · 47 voters · list created January 20th, 2010 by Emily (votes) .
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message 1: by Lindsay (new)

Lindsay Trameri what about "The Great Gatsby?" I'm pretty sure that that was mentioned too...


message 2: by Bego (new)

Bego Smith wrote: "what about "The Great Gatsby?" I'm pretty sure that that was mentioned too..."

It was mentioned!!


Susanna - Censored by GoodReads You could add it; it's easy to add books to a list. Up at the top, at the tab next to "all votes."


message 4: by Lindsay (new)

Lindsay Trameri Oh, thanks! I added it


message 5: by [deleted user] (new)

Peter Pan is the only one you missed.


message 6: by Behrad (new)

Behrad Guys, would you please tell me which one of these books is easier to understand? I guess all of them are interesting, but I'm just a learner of English and when I read a book that I have to look up so many words in every line, I can't enjoy it enough.
But I know one day I will read all of them :)
Thanks.


message 7: by Behrad (new)

Behrad I was here again :)


message 8: by Es (new)

Es Behrad wrote: "Guys, would you please tell me which one of these books is easier to understand? I guess all of them are interesting, but I'm just a learner of English and when I read a book that I have to look up..."

For sure, do not read Hamlet, it's hard to understand even in your native language... I would try Peter Pan and The Catcher in the Rye :)
But as you read more and more, the less you have to look up, so read read read. :D


message 9: by Katrina (new)

Katrina Eroa I'm currently reading The Perks of Being a Wallflower and decided to read all the books mentioned. This list will help me (so I don't need to go back on all the pages.)


message 10: by Rasa (new)

Rasa Žvirblytė Thanks for the list ;) after reading The Perks of Being a Wallflower I decided to read all the books mentioned in the book. This list really helped me :)


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