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WeeklyThreadNative American Literature: November 2017 (self.books)
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WeeklyThreadWeekly Recommendation Thread for the week of November 24, 2017 (self.books)
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Neil Gaiman leads authors demanding action to halt decline of school libraries 'falling provision risks consigning children to: ‘a lifetime of low achievement’ (theguardian.com)
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I read Adonis Violence and Islam, it completely changed my view of myself, and now I might have an identity crisis. (self.books)
submitted 6 hours ago by Pherma95
Pushing through the first 200 pages of Dune was a great decision (self.books)
submitted 12 hours ago * by No_Shiny_Gengar
Shout out for the legendary Terry Pratchett! (self.books)
submitted 12 hours ago by Ciromapp
What is The Myth Of Sisyphus advocating? (self.books)
submitted 2 hours ago by KingofWintr
Novels that Break All the Rules (foldmagazine.com)
submitted 2 hours ago by StephenKong6
The Goblet of Fire still terrifies me (self.books)
submitted 9 hours ago by VorikDrakon
The protagonist of The Island of Dr. Moreau by H.G. Wells is way more likeable and interesting than the protagonist of The War of the Worlds and it vastly improves my enjoyment of the novel. (self.books)
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George Orwell is officially my favorite writer (self.books)
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What book did you dislike so much that you couldn't bring yourself to finish it? (self.books)
submitted 10 hours ago by youknowgasaixx
The US Embassy in Germany published a richly detailed outline of American literature, from the earliest times up to the 1980s (usa.usembassy.de)
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Study finds that "SF doesn’t really make you stupid. It’s more that if you’re stupid enough to be biased against SF you will read SF stupidly." (theguardian.com)
submitted 1 day ago by Crowji
Reading fluency and books (self.books)
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[SPOILERS] Unpopular Turtles All The Way Down opinion (sorry) (self.books)
submitted 11 hours ago by InterscholasticTalc
Another 100 best books list for 2017, this one a bit less mainstream. How many have you read? (theglobeandmail.com)
submitted 1 hour ago by stairapprentice
Has anyone read Carve the Mark by Veronica Roth? (self.books)
submitted 6 hours ago by lobster_thermidor
Get a kid to read (self.books)
submitted 11 hours ago by 8-bitssHome - Harlan Coben
I bought a used book with a heartfelt note written on the inside cover (self.books)
submitted 23 hours ago * by DealWithBootista
How a Young Ernest Hemingway Dealt with his First Taste of Fame (aerogrammestudio.com)
submitted 20 hours ago by margig1
Parents, please let your kids read whatever they like (self.books)
submitted 1 day ago * by kidmenot
2017 Costa Book Awards Shortlist Announced (themillions.com)
submitted 12 hours ago by gsa123
Five Sci-Fi/Fantasy Books That Need To Be TV Shows (nothingbooks.co.uk)
submitted 6 hours ago by Ddeem
Which book would you give to a 15 y/o kid living in a poor rural area, and why that one? (self.books)
submitted 12 hours ago by SkyTofu
Does ir bother you to find that a book was poorly translated? (self.books)
submitted 8 hours ago by BookerTheWitt
Ready Player One feels very similar to the anime Sword Art Online. (self.books)
submitted 1 day ago by anarchbutterflies
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