Here is the question this week for Booking Through Thursday:
We all had to read lots of different things in school—some of which we liked, some of which we didn’t. Are there any authors that you’ve grown to love because you were introduced to them in your English Lit class? Or—the contrary. Are there any you hate because you were forced to read them? Did you ever go back to try them again?
So this is an interesting question to me, because I feel like there are so many classics I hear about kids having to read in school, and I don't feel like I had to read that many. So my answer to this question is going to be a little different from what is actually being asked. I decided about 5 or 6 years ago that since I felt like I hadn't read that many, that I was going to make it a goal to read one classic every so many books. My plan lasted about a year or two before I hit one classic that I just could not get through, and I've not really gone back to it since. That book was Dante's Inferno. I do think about going to some other classics at some point, and starting over, but we'll see.
So, how about you? Do you have a book that reading in school made you fall in love with, or the opposite, made you detest it?
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