by Umesh Chandra Bhatt 3 days ago
Many people have reading habits. We read so many books. But a few of them will have a indelible mark and remain in our memory.It could be a book that we read when we were a student or may be later when we were in job or even may be after retirement from active service.Can you name one such book...
by First Colony 6 years ago
Is there a book that you didn't like when forced to read it in school, but you later enjoyed?Do you think you liked it because you had matured or because you weren't being forced to "analyze" it?
by Jo Alexis-Hagues 5 years ago
Can you name 3 writers, or 3 pieces of work on HP that have most impressed you?There are many excellent writers and artists here on HP, I find it almost impossible to chose my top three; can you choose your?
by Melanie Palen 7 years ago
What are some tips for reading and understanding Shakespeare?
by Michelle Taylor 5 years ago
Should students be forced to read the same books that were taught 20 years ago?Even though it wasn't that long ago I remember in high school being forced to read very old and outdated books. Books that were extremely difficult to relate to. My mother is a teacher and the curriculum demands...
by Robert Allen Johnson 5 years ago
How do you decide which book to read next?
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