Sunday, March 27, 2011

Classic Books Still Reign Supreme

I know this blog is dedicated to innovative ideas and motions, but I want to bring up a subject for a (smaller than usual) blog post.

Books such as The Catcher in the Rye, To Kill a Mockingbird, The Giver, etc. are all classics in my opinion. No matter how much time passes by, they still will be and they will still be read in all environments. That's my 2 cents, what about yours? Comment, fellas!

12 comments:

  1. All books not being Twilight are awesome.

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  2. One of my favorite reads is Kain and Abel by Jeffrey Archer. It's not a classic per say but is old and has a place in my heart.

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  3. Some books are just timeless

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  4. Absolutely love the classics. You already know they're good, and the best part is there's a lot of them! I re-read some of the novels I hated in high school, and found them to be great.

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  5. lol high school books. i was never a fan of reading in high school but im sure when i grow older ill learn to appreciate them more and aknowledge them as classics.

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  6. Classic books share a wealth of knowledge from times gone by, but I fear that newer generations won't be able to relate to their stories, due to technological advancements, although I hope I'm wrong

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  7. I'm not that much of a reader but when I read, it's classics most of the time...

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  8. honestly i hated reading the book in high school, but now that im older..i think back on them and i really did enjoy them

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  9. ive read all 3 of those books you mentioned, and i only really liked to kill a mockingbird

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  10. books are important we have to read !

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  11. I haven't read any of those. Maybe I should...

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  12. one of the best books of all time is in my opinion 1984 by orwell.

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