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message 1: by ☯Emily , moderator (last edited Jan 04, 2018 08:01PM) (new)

☯Emily  Ginder | 772 comments Mod
Hi Classic Lovers!

It's time for our March nominations.

Nomination Rules
1. One nomination per person.
2. Classic books only (over 50 years old).
3. Books can be of any length, but if a book wins and is over 600 pages, we will read it over a two month period.
4. No book we have read before as a group read.*
5. No book from an author who we have read in the last 10 months.†
6. To facilitate poll creation, please use a Goodreads link to add the nomination by clicking on 'add book/author' above the text box.
7. Please indicate whether or not you would be willing to lead the discussion if your nomination is chosen.

*For a full list of books we have read before please check the master-list: https://www.goodreads.com/topic/show/...

(Note: lists sorted by book title, author surname, or date read)

†Authors not to nominate:
Gaston Leroux (February 2018)
Ernest Hemingway (January 2018)
Edith Wharton (December 2017)
Elizabeth Gaskell (November 2017)
Grahame Greene (October 2017)
Madeleine L'Engle (September 2017)
Agatha Christie (August 2017)
L.M. Montgomery (July 2017)
Malcolm X (June 2017)
Yevgeny Zamyatin (May 2017)

You have until January 12th to nominate.

Nominations so far:
Tortilla Flat by John Steinbeck
My Cousin Rachel by Daphne du Maurier
Siddharta by Hermann Hesse
Eight Cousins by Louisa May Alcott


message 2: by Nina (new)

Nina | 449 comments Happy New Year to everyone, may it be filled with many great classics!

I nominate Tortilla Flat by John Steinbeck. Can lead if it wins.


message 3: by Kristín (new)

Kristín | 2 comments I nominate My Cousin Rachel


message 4: by ☯Emily , moderator (new)

☯Emily  Ginder | 772 comments Mod
Kristín wrote: "I nominate My Cousin Rachel"

Would you be willing to lead the discussion if it wins?


message 5: by Kristín (new)

Kristín | 2 comments No don´t think so as it will be my first time reading it


message 6: by Gisela (new)

Gisela Hafezparast | 116 comments How about Herman Hesse's Siddharta


message 7: by ☯Emily , moderator (new)

☯Emily  Ginder | 772 comments Mod
Gisela wrote: "How about Herman Hesse's Siddharta"

Are you willing to lead the discussion?


message 8: by Gisela (new)

Gisela Hafezparast | 116 comments ☯Emily wrote: "Gisela wrote: "How about Herman Hesse's Siddharta"

Are you willing to lead the discussion?"

Of course, no problem.


message 9: by Michael (new)

Michael Ruger | 4 comments How about Eight Cousins by Louisa May Alcott.
I haven't done a discussion on here before but I would definitely contribute to a discussion if this book was chosen.


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