Edit: Yet again, here is my obligatory this-is-an-old-paper.
What makes a book a classic? While there is no literary cannon committee, there are some notable authorities on the subject; politicians, professors, and well-off publishing companies seem to have more power over which works of literature are distributed in a broader range, but, who is in charge of deciding what books that pupils are designated to read? 363 more words
By Emily Prins, staff writer
With a film adaptation of a book seemingly hitting theaters weekly, including this weekend with JA Bayona’s A Monster Calls, the age old question of whether to read the book or see the movie first is being asked by moviegoers more often than ever. 1,302 more words