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    Is this the most popular literature forum? How about that World Literature Forum??

    Which is more popular?

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    World Literature Forum is just for reading. This forum is for both reading and writing. The conversations on WLF can be very interesting, in fact, more interesting than some of the _______ conversations on this forum.

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    Goodreads is (without looking it up) the most popular public book review site. If they had a forum, it would be big. It' brilliant to get a good range of reviews on a book on one site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tonywalt View Post
    Goodreads is (without looking it up) the most popular public book review site. If they had a forum, it would be big. It' brilliant to get a good range of reviews on a book on one site.
    it would be awesome if goodreads did that and now that you have mentioned it i dont understand why they havent unless they just have not thought of it like you did.

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    Why would they have a forum? You can discuss every book or in the groups that function as forums. It is another proposal of interaction, which is what allow them to have so many users.

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