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Oh Emma. I picked this up for some unknown reason, and despite it being boring and Emma being a self-involved twit, I stuck with it. Read morePublished 2 days ago by kchap9
Just done classic challenge! 1 word i could say "BEAUTIFUL".Published 2 days ago by Henry Schiveley
It was a pleasure to read this style of writing from another era. It held my interest throughout!Published 3 days ago by Susan P. Milam
This Oxford version is enjoyable to read, goes fast, and has good notes. A good, alternate version of P&P is David M. Shapard's book. Read morePublished 9 days ago by ComRat
What more can you say? It's Pride and Prejudice.
The Kindle version is well-formatted. There are no problems viewing the material.
I read Emma for an English class many years ago. I remembered that I'd enjoyed it and as I approach the big 7-0, I thought that I would read it again. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Donna Hill
Having read Pride and Prejudice once again I can assure you that it remains delightful and that I will surely read it again. I only wish there were more books as enjoyable.Published 13 days ago by Bert Kleinkauf