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    Question about the books popularity.

    I just finished reading the book
    and it got me thinking.

    How did the book reach the huge success it did back then?
    If I remember correct, the book takes place in Victorian Era, which I believe was about harmony, and everything was idyllic and all.

    So how did a book with this genre gain so much success?

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    I transcend the common notions of space. When I'm sleeping.
    A refreshing novelty maybe? People like what challenges popular beliefs or goes against the normal trends. It's seen as creative.

    On a side note I think I'd have enjoyed the book much more if I'd never heard any variation of the story before reading it.
    I think if you make a signature, you should inspire some emotion in someone else. I also think it would be pretentious for me to think I could do that.

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