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renehasekamp
Nov. 7, 2013
Ivanhoe
This is a very famous book. But reading it is a kind of a task. The story goes very slow, Ivanhoe appears for the first time at about 1/3 of the book, there is a dreadful &quot;deus ex machina&quot; in it and the old English language is difficult to read (for non-native English readers). <br/>Still, the story is good. (By the way, what happens between Ivanhoe and Rebecca?)
Nov. 7, 2013
Middlemarch
Nov. 20, 2013
The Woman in White
I enjoyed this book tremendously. Wilky Collins is definitely an eye-opener to me. His books are not written as if they were written 150 years ago but as if they were written recently. Some elements of the story are &quot;old fashioned&quot; of course, but the book is a page-turner.
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