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RE: [classics-68] Selecting Next Year's Reading List

From: Carie
Sent on: Friday, July 12, 2013 11:29 AM

I'm not sure if you meant we want shorter or longer length books, so here are my suggestions for both:

 

longer: Moby Dick, The Brothers Karamazov, Robinson Crusoe

 

shorter: Heart of Darkness, Ethan Frome, any play by Henrik Ibsen

 

- Carie

 

From: [address removed] [mailto:[address removed]] On Behalf Of Brian Carpenter
Sent: Thursday, July 11,[masked]:33 PM
To: [address removed]
Subject: [classics-68] Selecting Next Year's Reading List

 

Hi folks,

Starting July 15 and ending August 15, I will be accepting suggestions for next year's reading list.  I hope to announce next year's reading list by August 30th.

For your suggestions, please consider the following:

1.  Is it available at the library?

2.  Are there multiple translations or versions that could create confusion?

3.  Length/number of pages.

4.  Has it been read recently?  Check the 'past meetups' page for previous reads.

 

I am particularly interested in books that fall into one of the following categories:

1.  Shakespeare play.

2.  Greek or Roman.

3.  Indian subcontinent.

4.  Spanish/latin american.

5.  Russian.

6.  Early British, modern British.

7.  Early American, modern american.

8.  French.

9.  Scandinavian or German.

10.   Science fiction.

11.  Nature & ecology.

12.  History.

13.  Politics, philosophy or economics.

14.  Mystery/thriller/horror.

 

Thank you for your input.

 

Brian Carpenter





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