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2016 Readers' Favorite Award Winner, Dancing to an Irish Reel. Read More

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By Katie Read More

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Book review by ABC Read More

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This is a book review on To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee. Read More
Comparing totalitarian governments and Orwell's 1984. Using evidence from the novel and our US government. Incorporating outside conflicts in North Korea and validating found data. Read More

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An evaluation of Jack London's classic essay,"What Life Means to Me," and whether it is a good introduction to socialism. Read More
Here is my book review over the classic novel, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, byMark Twain. I hope you enjoy it. Read More

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This is a book report on the novella "Of Mice Of Men". I wrote an analysis for this book, but this is a book report. I really enjoyed this book, so if you want to read it, don't read this report! Read More

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This is an analysis of the book "Of Mice of Men". I read this book many times and have decided to write about it. Read More

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Breve riassunto sul classico di J.D. Salinger "Il giovane Holden" con un personale confronto col protagonista. Read More

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This is a brief summary of the story. Read More

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Just wanna tell how I feel about this book! :) Read More

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Review of one of the well known classic, Of Mice and Men Read More

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This is a review and analysis of Chapter 2 of A Portrait of An Artist As A Young Man By: James Joyce. Read More
This is essentially a review of the main works from Jane Austen's collection. Feel free to voice your opinions just as I have done with mine, :) Read More
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Thomas Hardy published Tess of the D'Urbervilles in 1891 in England, the story of the seduction of a young country girl who then goes through extended periods of hardship and suffering on account of it. Read More