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What was your favorite novel in high school or college?


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    Abigayle Malchow (abbykorinnelee) 4 years ago

    Never read it but just the way you describe it and what I am going through lately, it already hit a chord. I have never read much by Ernest Hemingway and I am ashamed to say that actually. I have to probably add one favorite is Edgar Allen Poe

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    Abigayle Malchow (abbykorinnelee) 4 years ago

    I will have to also check out the one you read in high school, sounds like something that I would enjoy. The stand is one of my favorites...so is IT and many others. I have a passion for the holocaust, slavery, and historical events like that now

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    Abigayle Malchow (abbykorinnelee) 4 years ago

    In high school I liked it, I just read it in Women's LIterature again this semester and I didn't like it as much anymore. I think its due to how I have evolved but in five years I want to read it again so I am keeping the copy I had to buy for class

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    Abigayle Malchow (abbykorinnelee) 4 years ago

    I loved John Grisham novels when I was in my early twenties and had gone back to community college when I was newly married to a Marine. He didn't read but heard me raving about the Firm, so on drives to L.A. he would have me read it to him outloud

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    Abigayle Malchow (abbykorinnelee) 4 years ago

    My dad is currently reading Wuthering Heights for the first time, I never even saw the movie. That is one I added to my list for next summer. As for the rest I have never heard of them. You all have me intrigued to the ones that are new to me

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    Abigayle Malchow (abbykorinnelee) 4 years ago

    Both I have not read and indeed plan to add to my evergrowing list of winter break reading. I used to read in high school through probably the end of my first marriage in my late 20s a novel a week at least...now its only if its hmwork I am so busy

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    Abigayle Malchow (abbykorinnelee) 4 years ago

    Def two thumbs up on that choice. I loved that book, read it my freshman year of high school. We have two copies in my home actually and I am going to have my oldest, 13, read that next month when he is due for a new novel. Wonderful book

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    Abigayle Malchow (abbykorinnelee) 4 years ago

    Everyone I know has read that and I never have. I have to say another one I just remember was Flowers for Algarnon. The movie I think was called Charly.

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    Abigayle Malchow (abbykorinnelee) 4 years ago

    Are you kidding??? Excellent choice. Maybe not comprehension on a basic level a heavy read but there is a lot of analysis that can go into Twain. Love the humor, always laughed through it and imagery I would add as well. Great choice I am impresse

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    Abigayle Malchow (abbykorinnelee) 4 years ago

    I read the hobbit in the fifth grade..my favorite book up through junior high. I bought a copy for my 13 year old son who hates to read for Xmas...I think he will learn that reading is an enchanting activity after reading it.

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    Abigayle Malchow (abbykorinnelee) 4 years ago

    I have never heard of that one, mine was probably a tie between the Scarlet Letter and The Great Gatsby


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