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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
The Catcher in the Rye
A Tale of Two Cities
Of Mice and Men
To Kill a Mockingbird
I haven't read any of these
Other - let us know in the comments
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SadKitchen
on 09/16/14
Of the list I have only read Catcher in the Rye, and I wouldn't read it yet again. (Have already read it twice)
hooahseaotter
on 09/16/14
I would read them all again!
Snowbaby1969
on 09/16/14
The heart is a lonely hunter

or
Stranger in a strange land
curtis0331
on 09/16/14
wheel of time series from robert jordon or sword of truth series from terry goodkind
lindafern2007
on 09/16/14
The Stand by Stephen King; Interview With A Vampire by Anne Rice
cox23
on 09/16/14
wildspecks liked this  
1984 by George Orwell favorite book movie-happening now wise up and wake up for the future generations thanks and have a great day
zbratizme
on 09/16/14
animal farm
CNSninja
on 09/16/14
wildspecks and 1 others liked this  
How can someone have never read any of these, let alone a quarter of voters?! Damn!!! Read, people! It's good for your brain!


“A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies, said Jojen. The man who never reads lives only one.”

--George R.R. Martin's 'A Dance with Dragons'
a4graves
on 09/16/14
Some of the people on here are still students, they can join at 13, so they may have just not had it in a literature course yet.
kmhagen
on 09/16/14
lindafern2007 liked this  
Ah, the good old years of forced reading. I read all of them, and I actually liked Of Mice and Men.
elmerblu
on 09/16/14
Only saw the movies of each and to kill a mocking bird is my favorite
122974hottie
on 09/16/14
To Kill a Mocking Bird
calfan
on 09/16/14
Dune
cyhick
on 09/16/14
122974hottie liked this  
Too Kill a Mockingbird is my most favorite one on this list, but all are good books.
MidniteSerenity
on 09/16/14
huckleberry Finn or The Time Machine.
MCL64
on 09/16/14
Default comment
eeyore77137
on 09/16/14
CNSninja and 3 others liked this  
I am shocked that 25% of people have never read any of these! Most of these were assigned reading in junior high and high school. I'm very curious how so many people mad it to adult hood without reading any of these classics.
a4graves
on 09/16/14
Not everyone on here is an adult yet, I believe they can join at 13.
Dallasdiva
on 09/16/14
TheOneOnTheRight liked this  
Did not grow up knowing English!
Maynardismygod
on 09/16/14
I quit school and got my GED before I had any of the usual assigned reading.
MariaSiberiaPA
on 09/16/14
I for example was raised in the foreign country, we had to read all Russian classic books.
TheOneOnTheRight
on 09/16/14
Did you ever finish War & Peace? I've only made it about half way through (and, that's the annotated version, of course!). Anna Karenina, though heart-wrenching, is wonderful book.
teatnt
on 09/16/14
Weren't assigned reading when I was in school. I read A Tale of 2 Cities because my mom bought it for me for Christmas from Walmart. Was surprised that I liked it.
Underthenoise
on 09/16/14
1CLASSYLADY liked this  
I read all sorts of books in school and out of school since i was little... i never wanted to read any of these.. so i didn't. I lied on tests and didn't read them. I read more interesting books!!
Karrina
on 09/16/14
Clif Notes
txtigress
on 09/16/14
we watched the movies lol, To kill a Mocking Bird is my fav of these, but I could read the Stand over and over
yestfl
on 09/16/14
cyhick liked this  
Fahrenheit 451!
HoustonAnne
on 09/16/14
All of them. It's been so long!
TinaMStone
on 09/16/14
TheOneOnTheRight liked this  
I haven't read any of these yet, but I've read Pride and Prejudice, David Copperfield, Don Quixote and The Complete Works of Edgar Allan Poe recently. Currently working on The Complete Works of Shakespeare.
Oklurii
on 09/16/14
qwerty152 liked this  
other - Chronicles of Narnia, The Hobbit, The Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers, The Return of the King
sjohnson1131
on 09/16/14
Of Mice and Men is absolutely amazing. My all-time favorite classic, though, is one that isn't on this list for some reason: Uncle Tom's Cabin! I come from the South and it is definitely an eye-opener.
pups
on 09/16/14
All of them!
Dallasdiva
on 09/16/14
Recently reread The Catcher in the Rye. Amazing book.
MsWeaverlyD
on 09/16/14
The Count of Monte Cristo!
cynabun136
on 09/16/14
Team Swagbucks liked this  
I have not read Of Mice and Men yet but just added it on my reading list. A Tale of Two Cities is one of the few books that I read in high school that I liked right away. Most others I didn't enjoy until I was an adult. It's interesting how our tastes change.
Team Swagbucks
on 09/16/14
uraqt liked this  
Enjoy Of Mice and Men! And enjoy these 25 SB!
LilRazer
on 09/16/14
MarecilScott liked this  
"Of Mice and Men right George"
Skittlies
on 09/16/14
Anything by Jane Austen
BlackAlabaster
on 09/16/14
Pride and Prejudice...
MamaBearX3
on 09/16/14
I've only read two of those four, and I'd choose something different. My five year old and my daughter both enjoyed Rikki Tikki Tavi when I read that to them the other night.
CinnamonSpider
on 09/16/14
I don't like rereading books. Might be persuaded to reread To Kill a Mockingbird, but that's it.
QueenPeggy
on 09/16/14
And incidentally, my grandson was named after Atticus Finch.
QueenPeggy
on 09/16/14
I've read them all more than once and would do it again. Great books!
TrueOnly
on 09/16/14
Should I be Embarrassed that I haven't Read any of these Books LOL....I have read Book,just Not Any of these....Don't Judge Me :)
yola101
on 09/16/14
awsome
MammieSammie
on 09/16/14
I haven't read A Tale of Two Cities yet, I don't think. I saw the movie of Of Mice and Men, but I couldn't watch after he started messing with the girl. I have read To Kill a Mockingbird and Catcher in the Rye as a teen. I want to read them as a later life, mature adult.
JokerGangsta
on 09/16/14
i recommend all of yall to read "Of mice and men" really good book,so read it if you haven't done so
tabbanie
on 09/16/14
I never read "Of Mice and Men," and I liked "To Kill A Mockingbird," but I don't want to reread it. I read but didn't like the other two books.
telemanswife
on 09/16/14
thistlefur liked this  
'Safely Home' by Randy Alcorn my all time favorite.
thistlefur
on 09/16/14
That is a FANTASTIC book! Excellent choice! :)
Kimbooly
on 09/16/14
thistlefur liked this  
Will add this book to my reading list. :-)
layzeboy57
on 09/16/14
A classic book I'll read again and again is "A Christmas Carol", by Charles Dickens. I read it every year at Christmas time. I read it by candle light while drinking warm, spiced cider with my Bob Cratchett scarf around my neck. It's one of my Christmas traditions. On a different note, two other books I enjoy and could read over and over are "It", by Stephen King and "The Alienest", by Caleb Carr.
clesure25
on 09/16/14
A Doll's House
liljordie
on 09/16/14
I've taught all of these books (English teacher) and could really live without Dickens--"it was the worst of times."
thistlefur
on 09/16/14
At least it was "Tale of Two Cities." I liked that one MUCH better than "Great Expectations."
inasid
on 09/16/14
Animal Farm
SamanthaRH
on 09/16/14
anything from Jules Vern.
mgtheman
on 09/16/14
I've read at least two of those but I have no desire to read them again. Catcher in the Rye is an emo kid whining at length before emo whiners were A Thing, and Two Cities bears the unmistakable scars of Dickens having been paid by the installment— when I was in high school, a teacher recommended starting any Dickens novel on page 50, since everything before that is just filler and prattle.
TooTrill3
on 09/16/14
A Little Princess
mrmosco71
on 09/16/14
The book was good but the movie was better.
aznails
on 09/16/14
I've only read Of Mice and Men and have read it several times. I haven't read the others but would like to. Also, Old Man and the Sea is another great classic read!
MrsImboden
on 09/16/14
The Great Gatsby (American) and Romeo and Juliet (British).
sassafrass3483
on 09/16/14
evermore2012 liked this  
Pride and Prejudice. I never get sick of that book (or movie).

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