Just finished To Kill a Mockingbird. Anyone got any other suggestions for me to read?
It's nearly impossible for me to choose a favorite book but if I had to choose, I'd go with Pride and Prejudice.
"Until they become conscious
they will never rebel,
and until after they have rebelled
they cannot become conscious."
This book still send chills down my spine when I think about it.
Not really a review, just a quick thought. I used to think Macbeth was brutal and violent but now I know that Titus Andronicus is just one big book if violence.
This is essentially Shakespeare before he became Shakespeare. Perhaps he chose to write this one is the previously established style of violent plots. He only later started to write in his own style that provided entertainment for the next 400 or so years.
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