Feature and Follow #7

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This week's question: Back to school. Create a reading list for the imaginary English Lit class you’ll be teaching this semester.

I'm guessing this is a thinly veiled "what are your favorite classic books" question, so that's how I'm going to answer it.
  1. Crime and Punishment
  2. The Things They Carried 
  3. One Flew Over the Cuckoo's nest 
  4. Lord of the Flies
  5. Scarlet Letter
  6. A Tree Grows in Brooklyn
  7. Frankenstein
  8. Animal Farm
  9. 1984
  10. The Little Prince

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  1. great list!! I like how you just put your favorite classics!!

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  2. Jessica@a GREAT readAugust 9, 2013 at 2:36 PM

    Nice list!! Seeing lots of classics today! I decided to go the modern route since the classics weren't necessarily my faves!

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  3. Riley @ Reading Books in BedAugust 9, 2013 at 2:41 PM

    Aw, The Little Prince! I need to dig up my copy of that.

    I really want to read Frankenstein and A Tree Grows in Brooklyn. My education in classic books is sorely lacking, lol.

  4. Those are some interesting choices. I love the blog name by the way! New GFC Follower! :) Check out MY

  5. Frankenstein is really interesting. It's like a story in a story in a story, and it really makes you wonder who the monster is!
    A Tree Grows in Brooklyn was really inspiring. I hope you like them :)

  6. Fantasy Is More FunAugust 9, 2013 at 6:29 PM

    I went ooh on your Crime and Punishment and the Little Prince picks - I hadn't thought about either of them - great picks!!

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  7. I taught Frankenstein last year. Teaching a book definitely gives you a whole different perspective on it. I like how you interpreted that question. :) I wish I could just pick my favorites to teach. Since I work with homeschooled kids I have more lenience than if I worked in a traditional school. Still. I have to follow certain guidelines.

  8. Argh. I never thought that I'd forget to include Little Prince in my list, Kritika. I'll enroll in your class just as long as I can choose to read the Little Prince during the whole duration of our class. xD

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  9. I have read The Scarlet Letter and ok might have not enjoyed Frankenstein during my sophomore yr in high school, but I think now, in college I might appreciate it more.

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  10. Scarlet Letter is actually one of my favorites. I'm not sure how I forgot that one!

    Great list!
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  11. I read Lord of the Flies and Animal Farm and one page of The Scarlet Letter for English classes, but none of the others. I want to read Crime and Punishment sometime!

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  12. Excellent list- I love how much variety there is! New follower!

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  13. Some great classics in your list. I couldn't resist picking "Frankenstein" either. Here's mine Backchatting
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  14. Some good choices there.

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  15. Awesome list! I really want to read Frankenstein sometime. I'm a bloglovin follower.

  16. Thanks for stopping by my Feature & Follow!

    I love A Tree Grows in Brooklyn! That would really be an awesome one to introduce to high school students!

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