Monday, October 2, 2017

Hidden Garden Tote Bag, Mug and Pillow Giveaway


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43 comments:

  1. Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoyevsky. It has to be one of the most thought provoking stories I have ever read and I read it whilst ill and running a fever. To this day I don't know how much of my impression of the book was sickness and how much was the genius of the writing. I've never gone back for a second read in case I find out its brilliance was half a hallucination of mine.

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  2. My favorite classic is Alice in Wonderland because it's full of magic, adventure and wonder. I've always loved stories that can literally carry you to a completely different world. I'm a girl full of wonder who is waiting for a magical adventure.

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  3. For me it has to be To Kill A Mocking Bird. I loved the movie and the book was even better. It's one of my prized possessions.

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  4. My favorite classic is Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. Always love reading that classic.

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  5. Not a classic but happened in 1938; Old Fourlegs by JLB Smith is the story of the discovery of the Coelacanth, a prehistoric fish thought to have gone extinct millions of years ago

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  6. Of mice and men, I read it in school and absolutely loved it.

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  7. My favourite classic is Madame Bovary by Gustave Flaubert. I read the book while I school in France and really enjoy the story and style of writing.

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  8. el patito feo porque es una bonita historia

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  9. My favorite classic is The Little Prince .

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  10. My favorite classic is Wuthering Heights. I was swept away by the story and by the character of Heathcliff. Dark, broody, romantic, and sinister. He is a very interesting character. :)

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  11. The Jungle Book by Joseph Rudyard Kipling, I read this book whilst still at school and loved it. It's more or less fables, using animals in an anthropomorphic manner to teach moral lessons, which I didn't understand at the time.

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  12. My favorite classic is A Tale of Two Cities, because the characters are so memorable. It is a fascinating complex story set during the French Revolution.

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  13. I don't know if I'd say it's a favorite but I was glad my English professor had us read The Bell Jar in one of my college classes. It helped me understand one of my chosen majors :)

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  14. Dracula. It's the first vampire book I ever read.

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  15. Lord of the Flies
    Novel by William Golding
    I read it in university...took a course on the writings of Golding..was very interesting

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  16. In all honesty classics don't do it for me so I don't have a favourite. I have read Little women though and loved it.

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  17. The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas as it's the best revenge story ever!!

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  18. Thomas Hardy Tess of the D'Urbervilles....Of all Hardy's books this one hits me the deepest emotionally....

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  19. Anna Karenina is the one book that took my reading to another level.

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  20. My favourite classic is The Little Prince because it's the first book I read and I love it!

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  21. My favorite classic would have to be A Tale of Two Cities!
    Cheers~
    Kelly Braun

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  22. Myfavourites are Anna Karenina & Madame Bovary. I like complicated women :)

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  23. Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoyevsky, because it gives an insight into the human mind and nature.

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  24. Mine would have to be Fahrenheit 451 because it's so encapsulating and still relates to us even in this day and age.

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  25. My favorite classic is "A Christmas Carol" I love how he is so mean but learns to be so kind

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  26. I have always loved fairytales, so on this one I have to say Alice in Wonderland. Althoug I didn´t want to fall in a hole I did want to find my very own magic world just like Alice.

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  27. Anything Jane Austin! She is so talented and poetic :)

    mia2009(at)comcast(dot)net

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  28. I am in love with all things Alice in Wonderland, if that counts :) I like that oddity and uniqueness are preferred :)

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  29. Alice in wonderland because nothing is ever as it seems

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  30. Alice in Wonderland is my favorite movie book it's Secret Garden.

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  31. My favorite classic is To Kill a Mockingbird because we read it in school and I just always loved the story!!

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  32. I like fairy tales and my fav is Cinderella. I like it because good beats the bad.

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  33. I can't say that I have a favorite classic.

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  34. c s lewis, the lion the witch and the wardrobe because no matter what age i have been i just love it all the same, thank you...

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  35. I love Alice in Wonderland. When my grandmother passed away I found a very old copy of the book in her library and I fell in love with it when I was eight years old. I've always kept that same copy to this day and it has been special to me.

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  36. My favorite classic book is a Picture of Dorian Gray. I loves it because there was an immortal aspect to it or really a supernatural aspect to it. An I love supernatural books. Also it was the first classic I've read about a bisexual character & that made me happy because I'm bisexual as well. So I didn't feel alone.

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  37. I love the importance of family in Little Women.

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  38. I love Pride and Prejudice, but I love a lot of classics so it is hard to pick just one :)

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  39. The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien. A story of courage and fellowship among other things.

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  40. Little Women. I love how the author creates an atmosphere of family and sibling relationships and makes them so real !

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