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message 1: by Zaz, Mood Minion (new)

Zaz | 1387 comments Mod
Week 49: a play.
December 3 - December 9, 2015

It's time to go to theater for a short time. You'll read a play for this week!

How to Create a Topic:
1. Create a topic in the appropriate folder using your book's author and title (Title by Author, please). Link your book with the "This topic is about" feature.

2. In the body of your post, comment about why you chose this book. Have you read it before? What are your expectations?

3. Feel free to use the thread as a way to update the group on your progress. Also, when you are finished reading, add a small review and your thoughts about the week's challenge.

4. Comment on everyone else's posts as well! Participation and group involvement will make this challenge so much fun!

**If you chose the same book as another group member for the same week, do not create a duplicate thread.**

Book ideas:
Goodreads Top 100 Stage Plays of All Time
List of films based on stage plays or musicals
Best Plays Ever
30 Best Contemporary Plays
Wikipedia Lists of plays

message 2: by Sophie (new)

Sophie (sawphie) This one is not going to be easy, I never liked reading plays. I hope other people's choices will give me inspiration!

message 3: by Silvia (new)

Silvia Turcios | 304 comments The good thing with the plays is that they can be read fast, for a slow reader like me that's really great :-)

message 4: by Laura, Mod (new)

Laura | 599 comments Mod
I really liked this week for that exact reason, Silvia. I've (insanely) picked some really long books so it was nice to have a week to catch up :)

message 5: by Zaz, Mood Minion (new)

Zaz | 1387 comments Mod
I didn't read plays for a long time (except some for children which I enjoyed), but I never read Shakespeare so it will be interesting to try one of his plays :)

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