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Saturday, March 3, 2018

Jane Eyre & Wuthering Heights Quote Mugs & Bookworm Necklace Giveaway


Enter this giveaway for a chance to win Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights quote mugs and a Bookworm necklace made by Miss Bohemia. Good luck!


The winner will be notified by email and has 3 days to respond. All of our giveaways are international.

37 comments:

  1. For me, it has always been Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell. I have grown up loving the bravery and tenacity of Scarlett O'Hara.

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  2. Pride and Prejudice. I have several copies and they are all lovingly worn from reading:)

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  3. I love Wuthering Heights, it was a bit twisted but still a love story.

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  4. Around the world in 80 days by Jules Verne. I grown up around French literature and love Jules Verne style. I was always amazed how much details were in this book about countries and places.

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  5. Charles Dickens made a huge impression on me as a teenager, I think that Oliver Twist is probably my favourite. Being transported back to a time when being poor meant hard labour and little rest even for children. Just think of the poor chimney sweeps, children who had to steal to survive. Charles Dickens described it all so well and all the injustices of the times, brilliantly written.

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  6. Pride and Prejudice. I love the characters, the story and the lanfuage used.

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  7. Gone with the wind since I was a kid and couldn't put it down. It just was great! Rita Spratlen

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  8. I honestly don't have a favorite classic that I've read..I only love Aesop fables

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  9. The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas because it's the ultimate revenge story!

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  10. Pride and Prejudice because it's unique :)

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  11. Pride and Prejudice. It's one of those rare books I can read again and again.

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  12. Wuthering Heights! Loved the dark romance.

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  13. Pride and Prejudice because the writing is so beautiful

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  14. https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/24178.Charlotte_s_Web Charlotte's Web...made me cry crocodile tears, classic because you can read it any time and still feel the connection

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  15. I like the atmospheric aspect of Wuthering Heights and the creepy factor and narrator.

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  16. Pride and prejudice, I love the story.

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  17. Oliver Twist, so cruel and sweet, my favourite book of all time!

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  18. Shakespeare: A Midsummer Night’s Dream. I simply love his work.

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  19. The Mayor of Casterbridge as it's a real melodrama full of tragedy, regret, guilt and romance. It also tells us so much of the change in working/industry practices during that time which I find interesting.

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  20. pride and prejudice, jane eyre, midsummer night dream :)

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  21. mine is definitely pride and prejudice it was my favourite in high school also i loved lord of the flies.

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  22. I have two favorite classics: "The Secret Garden" and "Pride and Prejudice". They are both beautiful pieces of literature that are mesmerizing to immerse myself in.

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  23. I love Vanity Fair by Thackeray - I love how real Becky Sharp is, so much more relatable than the Bennetts or Eyres!

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  24. Oliver Twist

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  25. Great Expectations, it proves there is good in all of us

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  26. Michelle FergusonMarch 22, 2018 at 9:56 PM

    Although I love reading, there are no classics that I have ever really enjoyed

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  27. Anne Of Green Gables...classically beautiful!

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  28. David Copperfield. I love Dicken's depiction of London and all his amazing characters.

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  29. I always loved Frankenstein. I never really had a reason, it was just the way it was written.

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  30. My favourite classic book is Catch 22 by Joseph Heller

    @polly58

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  31. Wuthering Heights, I love stories about forbidden love

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  32. Pride & Prejudice, I love the characters.

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  33. Has to be Wuthering Heights. Love the idea of the romance of the moors and forbidden love. When I was on holiday on the Yorkshire Moors I used to think "I could do with a Heathcliffe". Unfortunately the only dishy male I met were some lovely horses from the riding stables I was staying at lol.

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  34. Lord of the Flies is definitely one of my favorites. It’s dark, yet wonderful to read. I like books where there isn’t really anything ‘evil’ or inherently ‘bad’ about the people in the book, but the circumstances make them so.

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