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June Classics

From: Melissa R.
Sent on: Thursday, April 26, 2012 3:04 PM

Book Lovers,

Hold on to Toto, Dorothy, today looks like a windy one!  I even saw a rainbow this morning over the Ashley River.  Those of us who have summered in Charleston previously know that the hazy, hot, and humid days are just around the corner.  I can't think of a better way to kick it off than by diving into that classic that we've been talking about for months.  Since tonight is our meetup at Brick House Kitchen, I wanted to get the Classics poll up for voting.  After much angst and many suggestions, I decided to shoot for a classic work that is not one of the dozen or so most commonly read (i.e. To Kill a Mockingbird, Pride & Prejudice, 1984, etc.), but perhaps an acclaimed novel that many may not have gotten around to reading yet.  So, here it goes!

The Razor's Edge by Maugham

The End of the Affair by Greene

A Town Like Alice by Shute

Please go to the poll under the "more" tab and VOTE!




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