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Today's Poll: 09/16/2014

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Which of these classic books would you read again? Submitted By Team Swagbucks, CA
A Tale of Two Cities
Of Mice and Men
To Kill a Mockingbird
The Catcher in the Rye
I haven't read any of these
Other - let us know in the comments
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Lynne85
on 09/16/14
The Grapes of Wrath.
cyisu1966
on 09/16/14
Catch-22
misspatty30
on 09/16/14
1984. Talk about a prophetic book!
TylerAiden
on 09/16/14
none of the above!!!
KingDarius224
on 09/16/14
none of them. while i am an avid reader (i read several dozen books a year), i've never really cared for the so called "classics" all that much.

aside from the somewhat annoying differences in speech in the older ones, there's also the fact that in many cases, newer is better. new(ish) novels from the last 60 years or so use the plot lines in better, more inventive and entertaining ways than the "classics"
Auntof11
on 09/16/14
misspatty30 liked this  
My Bible! KJV for me. I love the Lord and want to know more so I am reading again and again. :)
Azr2D
on 09/16/14
misspatty30 liked this  
Hmm. Haven't read any of these but I have read the likes of Fahrenheit 451, The Picture of Dorian Grey, The Scarlet Letter, The Great Gatsby, Lord of the Flies, Little Women, etc.
JoyLynneR
on 09/16/14
I don't enjoy reading, once was enough for me.
goddessswag
on 09/16/14
um..duhhh Gone with the wind is NOT an option! lame. Those that are actually listed are classics and if one was lucky to have a 1st edition (evil laugh) even the better!!!
RENNIE1
on 09/16/14
"Other - let us know" is an option though. That is why she wrote "Gone With The Wind".
elr201
on 09/16/14
The Great Gatsby
StarStarBinks
on 09/16/14
catdog77 and 1 others liked this  
No Jane Austen, what's wrong with you guys.
GeniusTrophyWife
on 09/16/14
catdog77 liked this  
I LOVE Jane Austen's novels. Great pick.
KrisDougFund
on 09/16/14
dixiegal45 liked this  
I adore 'To Kill a Mockingbird'. That and 'The Great Gatsby' are my two favorite classic novels. I couldn't stand 'Catcher in the Rye'. Holden's too whiny and self-centered.
xMerlina
on 09/16/14
thewife1992 liked this  
I've read all the choices above, including others not listed, but To Kill a Mockingbird would have to be my favorite.
majormanafemale
on 09/16/14
I wouldn'tn they maybe classics but far to long and me having adhd had jard ime getting thru them first time around
nyneelie
on 09/16/14
GeniusTrophyWife
on 09/16/14
I think she was saying that although they are classics, they are too long for her to read and had a hard time getting through those books the first time, so she wouldnt reread any of them,
GeniusTrophyWife
on 09/16/14
Although all are really good books, my favorite classic that I can read and reread again and again is "Gone With the Wind".
angel5014
on 09/16/14
Why read when you can watch the movie!!!! :)
AngelRain444
on 09/16/14
ImAnUnbelieber and 5 others liked this  
The books are almost always better than the movie. It's that kind of thinking that is causing book stores to close and why alot of kids now a days are glued to the t.v rotting their brains instead of reading a book and actually using their imagination or learning something. SMH
lyrak
on 09/16/14
I've read each of those books, but don't really have any desire to re-read any of them. You needed another answer option.
GeniusTrophyWife
on 09/16/14
You could have picked "Other" like I and some of the others did and could have written what book you would choose.
KK1971
on 09/16/14
RENNIE1 liked this  
Howard Stern's Private Parts
choddie59
on 09/16/14
Little Women
tyr2009
on 09/16/14
Ahhh... AP English.. how I loathe thee. I think the only book from high school I liked was 1984.
MonicaC
on 09/16/14
I've read three of the four. Would definitely reread the first two, would read the third for the first time and might or might not reread The Catcher in the Rye.
Paytan2
on 09/16/14
Nancy Drew Series.
TwiztidMermaid
on 09/16/14
I only read To Kill a Mockingbird, but I wouldn't read it again. .-.
amomintears
on 09/16/14
peyton88 liked this  
I read all the time, yet somehow, I have never read any of these books. But know of each one. In fact I tend to spend my amazon gift cards from swag bucks on books. I still read real books and visit book stores. Cant stand e-readers.
nyneelie
on 09/16/14
peyton88 liked this  
The library has each of these classics. May I suggest you start with "Catcher in the Rye?'
Happy tales.
IanNewYasha
on 09/16/14
I think I read at least two of these for high school assignments...but me are aliterit and don't like to raed.

I would most likely re-read Cliff's notes if anything.
AmytheVeg
on 09/16/14
The Catcher in the Rye. I haven't read it in over 40 years, so it would definitely be first on my re-read list. A Tale of Two Cities, not so much. I had to do a book report on it, and it bored me to tears.
TRGR
on 09/16/14
Azr2D liked this  
that 50 shades garbage....if I was trying to void my bowels
Iwasa
on 09/16/14
I would read all of them again. A tale of two cities last maybe...but I would most certainly read them all again.
TheRuggleslover
on 09/16/14
Gone With The Wind.
sherrysk8
on 09/16/14
sunnieday and 2 others liked this  
Should have had "read them all, but not interested in rereading" option.
SugarPuddin
on 09/16/14
chrissy88695 liked this  
I'd reread them all. I've never read ATOTC, though I was supposed to; I'm not much of a Dickens fan except for Great Expectaions. :)
Lamaboy
on 09/16/14
OF MICE AND MEN is my all time time favorite
SammyZ31
on 09/16/14
Lord of the Flies!
bigmama315
on 09/16/14
majormanafemale liked this  
I read them all many years ago, but have no desire to reread any of them!
seaneb920
on 09/16/14
to kill a mocking bird and tail of two cities are the only ones i read of those two the first one is the only i could even focus on cause it wasn't so boring
johnnaf81
on 09/16/14
scout, jim, ugh lol I am over it lol
buttercup52
on 09/16/14
I'd reread all of them, in fact, I think that I HAVE, haha, all except "A Tale of Two Cities", so I selected that one.
johnnaf81
on 09/16/14
I've read them too many times with college courses and even in high school. If I NEVER read them again, it will be too soon.
jessicajude
on 09/16/14
nyneelie and 1 others liked this  
Slaughterhouse Five
buttercup52
on 09/16/14
I think so much of Kurt, and have read almost all of his books!
aiesheh
on 09/16/14
None of these...LOL
amberflashing
on 09/16/14
Have read all of them twice already. On to other books.
bballmtl
on 09/16/14
Lamaboy liked this  
How can so many people not have read any of these? I would read both Catcher in the Rye and To Kill a Mockingbird again.
craftingkathy
on 09/16/14
GeniusTrophyWife and 1 others liked this  
Gone with the Wind was good.
penelopecat
on 09/16/14
A Christmas Carol
Munce72
on 09/16/14
Baker57 liked this  
It's a far, far, better thing I do, than I have ever done...
zainimran
on 09/16/14
nice
intothev0id
on 09/16/14
TV Guide
karenskookies
on 09/16/14
Baker57 and 1 others liked this  
The Scarlet Pimpernel
MystieDragonfly
on 09/16/14
GeniusTrophyWife and 2 others liked this  
Pride and Prejudice
dabigeddie
on 09/16/14
All of those books are stereotypical books highschoolers have to read lol.

Such junk.
WayneSr
on 09/16/14
RENNIE1 and 1 others liked this  
" A TAIL OF TWO KITTIES"
CatSwag752
on 09/16/14
RENNIE1 liked this  
Ha Ha...like that! Cute.. :)

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