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Crash Course Literature 2
Michael M. Michael M. Feb 13, 2014 02:32PM
Crash Course Literature 2, in which John Green teaches you about a future in which he'll teach you about literature: http://youtu.be/0lMlJOCNpFw

Which of the books are you excited to read?

Here is the reading list:

The Odyssey by Homer http://dft.ba/-7V5t
Oedipus Rex by Sophocles http://dft.ba/-7Uo8
Hamlet by Bill Shakespeare http://dft.ba/-7VDy
Frankenstein by Mary Shelley http://dft.ba/-7U9n
Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë http://dft.ba/-7U9o
To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee http://dft.ba/-7V8z
Slaughterhouse Five by Kurt Vonnegut http://dft.ba/-7U9p
Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe http://dft.ba/-7VDB
Beloved by Toni Morrison http://dft.ba/-7VDC

Many of these books also have free editions available. Try the amazing and awesome Project Gutenberg at http://www.gutenberg.org



Crash Course already covered my two favorites, Gatsby and Catcher. Of these I'm excited for Frankenstein, To Kill a Mockingbird and Jane Eyre. Not looking forward to The Odyssey, Hamlet (liked the play until I watched some adaptations) or Beloved (Morrison's Song of Solomon was a little too much for me.)


I'm excited for Slaughterhouse Five. I read it as "independent reading" in high school, and I'm pretty sure I missed quite a bit of what was going on.


So happy to hear this!! I teach freshmen and we watch Crash course Romeo and Juliet. The kids love it, and John Green is so much more entertaining than I am. I have been hoping for more of these.


I am so exited!!! We are reading Things Fall Apart and Jane Eyre in School thins year and I have already read some of the others, I love Crash Course!


I'm excited, I have never got into crash course literature though but I do love reading I don't know why. I am more of a science crash course watchers/ nerdfighter.


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