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The Best of “A Tale of Two Cities” September 11, 2006

Posted by nukes in School.
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I have just now finished reading this incredible book. I stil have tears in my eyes from what, I believe, is the best, most touching, and legibly written part of the whole book. I believe the book is worth reading simply for the last fifty pages of it. This is the portion where courage, decency, fear, anger, and love all come out, and for once, can be understood simply.

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1. Syed Sibgatullah - September 11, 2006

The book, alongwith a number of other classics, is really a very good read. It’s so full of natural humn behaviour and comes right down to the level of the reader to take the reader along. Its beautifull enough.

2. bodicea - September 11, 2006

Interesting. Many commented about how fantastic the book is.

Perhaps, it’s time that I check it out.

🙂

Oh, and thanks for dropping by, btw.

Cheers.


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