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az aranyember - Jókai Mór

hungarian classic

572 pages


via Goodreads: Mór Jókai (1825-1904) was the first Hungarian novelist to achieve world fame. “The Man with the Golden Touch” was published in several foreign languages in his lifetime, appearing in more than one English edition under the title “Tímár’s Two Worlds” and in the U.S.A. 534 more words

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#tometopple Shakespeare- 5 drama

515 pages

isbn:963 07 53189

contains: Romeo and Juliet

Julius Caesar

Hamlet, Prince of Denmark

A midsummer-night’s dream

twelfth-night; or, what you will

the only thing I liked from this one was ‘a midsummer-night’s dream’ and the rest of it was MEH. 158 more words

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a leaf of spring - Aleksandr Sergeyevich

173 pages


contains two sides of the book makes is half the length. one page is written in Russian and the other is its English translation counterpart. 106 more words

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A.J.Cronin - Gracie

254 pages


isbn: 963 367 238 4

**contains spoilers**: Gracie is a widow returning to her hometown, Levenford, where everyone leads a strongly religious and very  prude lifestyle. 427 more words

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#tometopple TBR pile

the readathon is created I believe by Sam  , you can follow updates on twitter. it takes place from 7-20th of April and the challenges are the following; 52 more words


#ayearathon April wrap up

this months theme is Classics.

they choose peter pan to read but I dont have a copy neither time to read it on the computer so I’ll just put here what I read and currently read and plan on finishing in the month of April; 24 more words


Emile Zola - Germinal

483 pages

first published March 1885

synopsis via Goodreads: The thirteenth novel in Émile Zola’s great Rougon-Macquart sequence, Germinal expresses outrage at the exploitation of the many by the few, but also shows humanity’s capacity for compassion and hope. 293 more words

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