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June 21, 2006



The Great Gatsby...shocking, interesting and an entertaining read. The Grapes of Wrath...also shocking, disturbing but oh so paints a vivid and raw picture of a time in history...the visuals from reading that book still haunt me. Interesting post. God bless.


I read "East of Eden" because it was an Oprah selection. I really enjoyed it.

Mrs Figby

My all time favorite book is _Pride and Prejudice_. I'm also a BIG Steinbeck fan (have been since high school.) My hubby's all time favorite book is _The Count of Monte Cristo_. He's read it about 20 times. Not bad for an engineer...


I've always realy liked Crime and Punishment. To Kill a Mockingbird is one of my favorites too.


Sorry for the typo. Should have been "really." Duh.


Lolita. It was just well done. I couldn't put it down.


I don't know if it is a "classic" but I love The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand. It is LONG but I felt smarter when I finished it, oh and I did enjoy it. I could just envision it all NYC pre skyscrapper.


I love the Grapes of Wrath and East of Eden. I just read The Good Earth, and enjoyed it.


I love anything by George Elliot - Middlemarch and Mill on the Floss especially. I also liked the works of the Bronte sisters and everything by Edith Wharton and Jane Austin.


My Antonia by Willa Cather, and The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck.

Fun post!

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