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Nnenna | scsreads (starcrossedsmile) | 13 comments I recently read and reviewed Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier!

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Irene Helloo this is my first book review video :)

Tess of the D'Urberville by Thomas Hardy,
Lord Jim by Joseph Conrad,
Mrs. Dalloway by Virginia Woolf AND
Talon by Julie Kagawa(YA)

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Cocorulesxoxo | 1 comments Pippi long stocking it may be childish but there is a certain spark of life in that book that brings you to your childhood or at least for me

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Sarah-Vita The Hobbit by, J. R. R. Tolkien (also talk about the movie - sound is better with headphones/earbuds)

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Irene The Scarlet Letter: analyzing the theme of Sin in the 3 main characters.

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Alexis (realhumanbeing) Hi All! Here are three reviews! One of Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy:

And The Makioka Sisters by Junichiro Tanizaki (a Japanese classic):

And, Marjorie Morningstar by Herman Wouk (a American-Jewish novel from the 50's):

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Katie (Books and Yarns) (booksandyarns) | 26 comments Hei fellow Bookworms! Here I review Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen! It's my first book I read of hers and I was surprised how much I love it and how fast I became attached to the characters. Xx

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Katie (Books and Yarns) (booksandyarns) | 26 comments Hello fellow Bookworms! Continuing with my Jane Austen marathon and this month I read Pride and Prejudice which I very much enjoyed. I was surprised by the humour in this books, since I expected it to be quite boring^^

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Katie (Books and Yarns) (booksandyarns) | 26 comments Hello fellow Bookworms! Here are all my thoughts on Mansfield Park. Have to say though that I did not enjoy this reading experience for a lot of reasons, but mainly because I couldn's stand Fanny.

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L.N. (lnloch) Hey y'all...hope this is in the right category, as I've heard this book called a modern classic before. Here are all my very opinionated thoughts on (and technical difficulties with) Life of Pi :)

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Alexis (realhumanbeing) Here's an update with some videos - a few modern classics and more unusual canon items in both of these videos:

Also a little bit of history.

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Katie (Books and Yarns) (booksandyarns) | 26 comments Hello fellow Bookworms! Here are my reviews of the two latest Jane Austen novels I've read:
Northanger Abbey which I enjoyed, but had a little bit of an odd shift in tone midway through
Persuasion which I enjoyed immensly and might be my favourite Austen ;D

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Rebecca McPeake (rebeccamcpeake) | 14 comments Great Expectations review💖💖👼🏼

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LaNona | 72 comments I did a kind of reading list for Classics

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Victoria | 3 comments Great reviews of some classics. Check it out.

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