Monday, July 30, 2018

Classics Club Spin July 2018

Another Classics Club Spin which I desperately need to compete in because I'm falling dreadfully behind in my list. Cause I'm lazy I just took the books from my last list, took out what I've started/finished since and then replaced those. So it's pretty much the same with just a few subtractions and additions. And that last sentence sounded very mathematical. Dear me!
Anyways be sure to check out the challenge HERE. It's always lots of fun. If you aren't yet a part of the Classics Club what are you even doing? Join now! They've recently been doing some revamping and are still in the process so it's going to be even bigger and better! What better time to join in the fun!?
  1. Mary Poppins in Cherry Tree Lane by P.L. Travers
  2. Mary Poppins and the House Next Door by P.L. Travers
  3. The 39 Steps by John Buchan 
  4. Lark Rise to Candleford by Flora Thompson 
  5. Go Tell it on the Mountain by James Baldwin
  6. Shirley by Charlotte Bronte
  7. Return of the Native by Thomas Hardy
  8. Cyarno de Bergerac by Edmond Rostand
  9. Fathers and Sons by Ivan Turgenev
  10. Beau Geste by P.C. Wren
  11. East of Eden by John Steinbeck
  12. Kidnapped by Robert Louis Stevenson 
  13. The Red and the Black by Stendhal 
  14. The Epic of Gilgamesh 
  15. Richard III by William Shakespeare 
  16. Arsenic and Old Lace by Joseph Kesselring
  17. Love's Labour's Lost by William Shakespeare
  18. They Mystery of Edwin Drood by Charle Dickens 
  19. The Tempest by William Shakespeare 
  20. The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare 
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  1. As a bit of a John Buchan fanatic, I'm going to wish for The Thirty-Nine Steps for you! So much more fun than Gilgamesh, although to be honest I've never read the latter and perhaps it does have spies, chases across moorland and narrow escapes (although I suspect not).

  2. I don't do the Classics Club or anything similar but I did finish A Tale of Two Cities the other day and enjoyed it very much, which was nice since usually I find Dickens a bit of a slog to get through. Of course it helped that I listened to a large portion of it with an excellent narrator.


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