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    making the Run made me cry...it was so sad when ginny died because she was pregnant, and just because Lu had gone through so much already...

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    In Fourth Grade I Read The Book Where The Red Fern Groes. The Ending Was Pretty Sad.

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    I cry when I read books all the time. Phantom by Susan Kay and Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leroux are the ones that touched me the most.

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    i scarcely cry over books, but when reading "resurrection" written by leo tolstoy, i cannot stop sobbing. it is really touching........

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    I've cried over lots of books, but I think the saddest ones I've ever read is The Color Purple by Alice Walker, and Henning Mankell's Secrets in the Fire

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    Hmmm...a book that has made me cry? I must admit that I got a bit teary reading 'Frankenstien' of all novels. I felt really sorry for the creature, because he was so alone and it seemed so tragic. Other than that, I really couldn't think of a book that has made me cry.

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    ahmmm...it was when i was in sixth grade..i forgot the author but the title is Double Standards..i cried hadr for that book..i dunno why..hehehe..it was in the last chapter where i cried really hard..then bronte's jane eyre also made me cry...the scene where jane eyre met the now blind edward rochester...<sigh>...i want o cry again..for a book..any suggestion???ahahaha

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    yam aseret, Read Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte and you will not be able to control your tears.
    I sang of leaves, of leaves of gold, and leaves of gold there grew.

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    Every time I read a Stephen King book I wanted to cry because I knew this mediocre writer was the richest fiction author in the world (before LOTR.)

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    "Old Yeller," "Pollyanna,"......."Where the Red Fern Grows,".........

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    I've just finished reading the short story, "The Cold Equations" by Tom Godwin, for the second time and it's one of the sadest stories I've ever read. I agree with you, Pensive, that Wuthering Heights is very sad. You read the part where Heathcliff is talking to Cathy's ghost in the beginning, but you don't really understand what's going on yet and then it hits you later while you're reading (or, at least, it did for me). Very depressing.
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    All the time - I'm a sucker for the old heart-string tugging.

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    i do cry all the time during books. I am just a poor sap thats a sucker for heart felt moments.
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    The book that brought me to tears most recently was 'The Da Vinci Code'. But they were tears of laughter.

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