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  1. Thread: Harry Potter

    by Aimee
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    Poll: Well, my English teacher has given us a list and...

    Well, my English teacher has given us a list and told us to read at least some of hem on there, and she's going to check our knowledge about the books to make sure We've read them. Apparently it will...
  2. Thread: Harry Potter

    by Aimee
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    Poll: I love Harry Potter. I'm trying to cram in as...

    I love Harry Potter. I'm trying to cram in as much classical fiction before my G.C.S.Es, and sometimes there just so goddamn difficult to get through. So it's nice to have any easy ready that's...
  3. Thread: If you were..

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    Out of writers I think I'd like to meet Virginia...

    Out of writers I think I'd like to meet Virginia Woolf, Shakespeare, Sylvia Plath, Oscar Wilde and Emily Bronte.

    Out of all the famous people to die ever in the world I would probably say...Kurt...
  4. Thread: Song Title Game

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    The One - Foo Fighters

    The One - Foo Fighters
  5. I agree. I think that for the book to be an...

    I agree. I think that for the book to be an absorbing an realistic read it needs to be true to the attitudes of the time, and at the time the citizens of Maycomb wouldn't have thought it wrong to...
  6. Thread: Song Title Game

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    Love Buzz - Nirvana

    Love Buzz - Nirvana
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    I would have to say 'The Hunchback of Notre...

    I would have to say 'The Hunchback of Notre Dame'.
    Hugo dwelt too much on the architectural structures of Paris' famous buildings than of the actual story; however I thought the ending was one of...
  8. I have to say that I studied this book for year...

    I have to say that I studied this book for year 11 English, and it was one of the only books we've studied at school that I've actually enjoyed thoroughly.
    I love how the book takes a situation...
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    Books on my to read list (there are many, so I'll...

    Books on my to read list (there are many, so I'll only put a few)

    Crime and Punishment - Dostoyevsky
    One Flew over the cuckoo's nest - Ken Kesy
    Lolita - Vladimir Nabokov
    Prozac Nation -...
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