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Finally not being in school is the best thing to happen, in terms of the amount I read, since Harry Potter. • r/books
Finally not being in school is the best thing to happen, in terms of the amount I read, since Harry Potter. • r/books
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I loved Harry Potter, His Dark Materials, and The Ranger's Apprentice in middle school, but high school, college, and ironically, grad school,... [ ]
I’ve been reading a lot of heavy books lately... any suggestions on some cool fiction to escape to? • r/books
I’ve been reading a lot of heavy books lately... any suggestions on some cool fiction to escape to? • r/books
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As the title would suggest, I’m looking for something to lighten my reading load. I’ve been hitting the non-fiction pretty hard lately and it’s... [ ]
Finished reading Richard Wright’s Uncle Tom’s Children: discussion about “proto-novels” • r/books
Finished reading Richard Wright’s Uncle Tom’s Children: discussion about “proto-novels” • r/books
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In attempt to remain busy this summer, I took a summer study on the author Richard Wright and other authors he was in communication with. I read... [ ]