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    Isn't that what they saiid to Custer at the Little Big Horn?
    LET THERE BE LIGHT

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    was it?...............

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    Hi
    well , i know that i am not active that much , but anyway its good to know others
    my favourite authers are the Bronte's , Anton chekhov , George eliot and many more , now iam reading Agnes Grey
    i love reading , painting , playing vidoe games specially RPG and at last
    writing ,
    and i really love to make friends here

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    Hey Dark Lord, You like Bronte and Eliot like me.

    You will find a lot of people here who are interested in literature, painting, RPG and in making friends as well.
    I sang of leaves, of leaves of gold, and leaves of gold there grew.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dark Lord
    Hi
    my favourite authers are the Bronte's , Anton chekhov , George eliot and many more , now iam reading Agnes Grey
    i love reading , painting , playing vidoe games specially RPG and at last
    writing ,
    and i really love to make friends here
    Hi Dark lord it's pleasue to have you here... i havn't unfortunatly read Bronte yet altough it is waiting on my book shelf..
    If you want to chat about games.. i'll be happy to as well since it's after all my job..
    Hope to see you around more....
    Cheers..

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    Thanks Pensive
    all my mates are not interested in literature at all so i share my life here and the library

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    agnes grey the only one of all the bronte books I enjoyed

    Then again I didnt read all of them
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    Agnes Grey i believe the simplest and the least complex of all but i really liked Shirley and withering heights

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    Its the happy endings I like!
    and wuthering hieights is too melodramatic and morbid for me and jane eyre is just annoying.
    I thinkl if shirley is the one Im thinking of it was alright I guess and the tennet of whatever it was hall was ok too.
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    Isn't that what they saiid to Custer at the Little Big Horn?
    Quote Originally Posted by smilingtearz
    was it?...............

    Only kidding. I wondered after I posted this if all the non-Americans knew of Custer and Little Big Horn.
    LET THERE BE LIGHT

    "Love follows knowledge." St. Catherine of Siena

    My literature blog: http://ashesfromburntroses.blogspot.com/

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    Red face hi i'm new

    hi
    i'm new to this site, so hello to everybody.
    i'm a fulltime college student at usc.i just started to get interrested in literature.
    i like stephen king which is not literature, but i love his books and movies anyway.i just wanted to say hello and hope to meet some nice people.have a nice day and don't be scared to reply

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    I wouldn't say Steven King is the writer of the century, but he is literature.
    LET THERE BE LIGHT

    "Love follows knowledge." St. Catherine of Siena

    My literature blog: http://ashesfromburntroses.blogspot.com/

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    Oh, I'm sorry, Meone and only. Excuse my manners. Welcome.
    LET THERE BE LIGHT

    "Love follows knowledge." St. Catherine of Siena

    My literature blog: http://ashesfromburntroses.blogspot.com/

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    HI my one and only,
    Welcome. and I like Stephen King too. The Shining and Stand by Me are great movies.
    I've read some of his books too.
    "Don't matter who they are, anybody sets foot in this house, they are company and don't let me catch you remarking on their ways like you were so high and mighty."

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    my one and only, Welcome to the forum. Hey, I hope to see you often.

    Riesa, I have read "Rose Madder" by Stephen King and I found it ok. I have heard that his horror novels are better. So Iam going to try them now.

    Dark Lord, I think that Wuthering Heights is one of the most depressing and beautiful book that ever existed in the world. It really made me cry but sometimes I really like weeping. It has its own pleasure.
    I sang of leaves, of leaves of gold, and leaves of gold there grew.

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