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21 Amazing Last Lines From Literature That Will Make You Want To Read The Whole Book

"Tomorrow, I’ll think of some way to get him back. After all, tomorrow is another day." - Margaret Mitchell, "Gone With the Wind"

Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte. I 'stole' (read as: checked out and never returned then Paid the fee so I could graduate") from our high school library. Read it while getting my WASP tan on between my junior and senior year. Fell in love with the Bronte sisters. Can read this again and again.

Best classic ever. I had to read one for school and I picked this and it doesn't even seem like a typical classic book when you're reading it because its actually exciting haha

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This book sparked my interest in African American literature.

Another great in literature. I have read this book several times and I love it more with every reading.

Fahrenheit 451. Bradbury called it. Soon the only written words you read will be digital; 'edited' or destroyed with a keystroke. Literature that lasts will be a thing of the past.

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Here Is The One Perfect Book For Every Single Myers-Briggs Type

INTP = "The Thinker" =Traits: Abstract, rational, ingenious, independent ~~~ Book: This type is the most likely to enjoy reading up on philosophy, as they think very abstractly (see: Mr. Ramsay from "To the Lighthouse"). Huxley's blend of scientific insights and social commentary in the classic book, "Brave New World" would probably appeal to them.

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classic books everyone should read | Source: Pride and prejudice My all time favorite -I've read this one at least 15 times -a great book never gets old!

Amazing book! Both romantical and informative. Even though this takes place in the early years of the circus I wont be going to a circus with animals again.