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Commonwealth by Ann Patchett

An affair begins at a baby’s christening party, inevitably re-structuring two families. The lives of four parents and six children become entwined. This novel is about the ties that bind, the longevity of deep affection, the mismatch of romance, and who gets to tell family tales. 37 more words


We'll All Be Burnt in Our Beds Some Night by Joel Thomas Hynes

This novel is narrated by the main character, Johnny, in his unique vernacular. The story begins with him waiting to go to trial for allegedly assaulting his girlfriend, Madonna, with a teapot. 29 more words


March by Geraldine Brooks

I’m astounded that this novel won the Pulitzer. “March” has a really interesting premise; it follows the father of Louisa May Alcott’s “Little Women” during the American Civil War. 62 more words


Before We Were Yours by Lisa Wingate

Based on the true story of American child-trafficker Georgia Tann, this book is an easy and captivating read. When Avery Stafford returns home to help her father overcome health problems, she also discovers some discordant family facts. 71 more words


Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck

Steinbeck beautifully writes about two drifters, George and simple Lennie, who share an unusual, strong friendship and a dream to one day have their own land. 27 more words


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How can I forget about me?

It’s the beginning of writing and in the history of writing it never happened that person doesn’t write ‘ESSAY ON MYSELF’ probably because you might not know mother earth, science, maths or history but you’ll always know about yourself. 815 more words

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Trong cuộc sống hằng ngày con người vẫn luôn phải lựa chọn, đôi khi là từ những việc giản đơn cho đến việc hệ trọng. Bạn có từng thấy hoang mang, thấy mệt mỏi vì dù muốn dù không thì quá trình lựa chọn ấy vẫn tiếp diễn và liên tục?

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