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Beautiful Childhood Classic [Winnie the Pooh]: A Review

Hi friends! Today I’m here with a review of a truly lovely children’s classic: Winnie the Pooh. I have known the stories of Pooh for years. 440 more words


The Tenant of Wildfell Hall

I, who never wanted an electronic reading device, read all of Anne Bronte’s The Tenant of Wildfell Hall on my phone. I recently upgraded to a cellphone that actually works where I live, and it also happens to be a smartphone tempting me with free classics on Google Books. 791 more words


Book Corner: What are you reading today?

Here’s a space to tell the club what you’re currently reading. You’re welcome to use the comments below.

No pressure, of course! But if you’re feeling social, here’s a space to tell us about your latest classic. 32 more words

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"Lady Susan" and "The Beautiful Cassandra" by Jane Austen

If you have read my other blogposts you might have found me complaining of Jane Austen in the past. I do like Jane Austen, but for me she has two things that make it difficult for me to LOVE her. 1,035 more words


A Favorite Classic [Anne of Green Gables]: A Review

I have always loved Anne of Green Gables by L. M. Montgomery. I love the novel and I love the movie adaptation. It’s one of my favorite books from my childhood and I have continued to love it as I have begun to raise my own family. 684 more words


The Classics Club: The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

  • Author: Robert Louis Stevenson

This is my second read by Robert Louis Stevenson.  The first was Treasure Island, which I also enjoyed.  However, this one is more Gothic Horror than Adventure, so I don’t feel it’s fair to compare the two. 184 more words


Classics Club Event Call - December & January

Hey guys! We want to make sure we’re all on top of the Community Events our members offer through the club. If you are hosting anything for The Classics Club community in the coming weeks, please give a shout out below with the name of the event, the dates, a link (either to the event, or your blog), and any special rules. 108 more words

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