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Reading A Masterpiece by thebookworm on 21 June 2003 5:32pm
 
I have just finished reading Charles Dickens Christmas Carol,I know that it seems strange to be reading such a book in the height of the summer..Have any of the other Palinites read many of Dickens books,if so which ones are the best and the easiest to read(IM JUST A SIMPLE LAD.WITH SIMPLE TASTES)....David.
 
Re: Reading A Masterpiece by Diamond on 21 June 2003 6:29pm
 
Is that why you jilted me then - I am too complicated for you!!!

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Re: Reading A Masterpiece by risible-phyll on 22 June 2003 3:16am
 
Go on David!!! Tell the poor girl why you abandoned her and left her out in scary Palinland alone and without a single cream egg or wingtip to her name???????

Surely Mr Dickrel(oops sorry Dickens) has got a lot to answer for!!!,
come over here Lyn and sit on my haybale with me, you can share Christmas Dinner with me!!!, a leg or a breast dear???
David you can supply the stuffing, Tony you can do pees ok!!!(mop)

Phyllxo

PS... I thought Mickey Mouse was great in the film!!!!!!!!!!!
 
Re: Reading A Masterpiece by Miss-M on 22 June 2003 4:41am
 
Try reading Great Expectations next. Another wonderful novel by Dickens!

Cheers,
Michelle :)
 
Re: Reading A Masterpiece by MelissaNIN on 22 June 2003 6:01am
 
One of my favorite books is Of Mice and Men. Yes i know it was written by Steinbeck and not by Dickens. hehe. I really don't like reading books like my best friend but the few books that i have read, my favorite is "Of Mice and Men" and of course "To Kill a Mockingbird". Both fantastic books and pretty easy to read. I read them in high school, so go figure:) The only time i read now is studying for exams at college. Other than that, i rarely pick up a book.
 
Re: Reading A Masterpiece by notquitenglish on 26 June 2003 5:52am
 
I love Dickens.
And Dikkens.

And right now I'm reading...gosh, forgot the title, silly me, but it's the one by Edith Wharton that isn't 'House of Mirth'... 'Age of Innocence,' that's it. I love Edith Wharton.
 
Re: Reading A Masterpiece by pandk2 on 26 June 2003 9:14am
 
I can't buy that ..it's torn!!
Has anyone read "Ethel the Aardvark goes Quantity Surveying"?

:)Karen
 
Re: Reading A Masterpiece by Diamond on 27 June 2003 1:45am
 
How about
Winnie the pooh in a hundread acre wood
now that is a real classic if ever there was one

HONEST

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Re: Reading A Masterpiece by irishmanufan on 29 June 2003 4:31pm
 
the book i have just finished rerading is to kill a mocking bird . i read it in school and i recently found my copy again . it is a brilliant book .
peace
Linda
 
Re: Reading A Masterpiece by macauley on 30 June 2003 7:34am
 
..anyone read the Michael recommended "1st ladies detective agency"...a delightful romp through Botswana with several follow-up books. not perhaps considered classic, but really entertaining and a short but fun read. think that there are now 5 of them.....try the first one at least?! enjoyable for summer reading! and of course, "mockingbird" should be on everyones list....
 
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