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The Chosen von Chaim Potok
The Chosen von Chaim Potok
This book is a true story about the meaning of friendship, but also about the heartache it can cause. Two jewish boys (one orthadox, the other reformed) form a special friendship. While they may start out as enemies, they end up with a friendship that takes us all the way through to their college years. While both value the bond that they share, one is controlled more by his father and his duties to the community, while the other is forced to just deal with it. I couldn't put it down. It truly stirs up every emotion a person can have. You feel as though you are right there with them and it is as if you are a part of the book. The story also describes to some degree… Mehr dazu
Gone With the Wind von Margaret Mitchell
Gone With the Wind von Margaret Mitchell
Having seen the movie more times than I can count, I decided to read the book. I can only say that the book was not a disappointment. Scarlett O'Hara is the kind of character that you hate one minute and love the next. I was inspired by her determination to survive, but shocked at the schemes she came up with. While the book may be rather long, you won't be able to put it down once you start it.
A Doll's House (Faber Plays) von Frank Ibsen
Having first read this play in college, I must say that I was captivated by its characters and writing style. Nora was truly a character who was ahead of her time and Ibsen is a wonderful writer. When Nora finally voiced herself to her husband, I felt the same liberation she was fighting for. I don't think that there is an Ibsen play that I have not read, but none are as inspirational as A Dolls House. Anyone who hasn't read it is missing out on a great work of literature.