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"I am a Political Theory MA Graduate living in Ontario, Canada. I am now working as the Manager of a Thrift Store and am happily married. I will return someday to my studies, and will achieve my Ph.d."
Nov. 7, 2013
Grimm's Fairy Tales
This collection is ideal for this forum of reading. It has a bunch of short stories-some really weird, some fun, all interesting-and you often finish a story in one or two installments. This means that you are constantly feeling that great feeling you get when you finish a book on dailylit (I love that feeling!).
Nov. 7, 2013
The Three Musketeers
I know-you`re thinking that there are dozens of movies, but there truly isn`t-I haven`t seen a single one that actually tells the story contained in the book, which is quite good and a lot of fun!
Nov. 7, 2013
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
I greatly enjoyed reading The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes each morning, as it was something to look forward to. The stories were a nice length in that you were always finishing stories and starting new ones, which gave a real sense of completion and continuance at the same time. DailyLit is perfect for reading this compilation.
Nov. 7, 2013
Pride and Prejudice
I looked forward to reading the installment each day, and found no problems with getting through it each day, as it fit into my schedule perfectly. A delightfully witty and engrossing book that has perfectly lengthened installments. Bravo Jane Austin and Daily Lit!
Nov. 7, 2013
The Count of Monte Cristo
This is possibly the most artfully crafted, detailed and poetically written story I have ever read. The characters have infinite depth and beguile the reader with a fascinating realness which is impossible to resist. The rawness of the story, while being composed in a form that is more grand than a Michelangelo painting, creates a titillating contrast which further reveals the starkness of revenge, hate, and-perhaps most significantly, love.
Nov. 20, 2013
The Art of War
Yes, it can be tedious at times, and yes-it can be disconnected with our modern world, but The Art of War definitely provides insights into the psychology of warfare, and of humanity in general. In some ways, it is the first textbook on the psychological concept of `groupthink`. It is interesting and well-worth the read. Again, good for DailyLit as well, since the points presented are short and can be included in single installments.
Feb. 10, 2014
The Hunchback of Notre Dame
An excellent and beautifully crafted book that has embedded within the pages a romantic and gripping story, as well as a sophisticated critique of obsessive progress and so-called civility over the simple truths of the world. Truly deserving to be a classic!
July 23, 2018
Moby Dick
Not Worth It
I do not understand why this is a classic. Filled with fragmented drudgery and scientific nonsense that has no bearing on the real world, reading this book is like reading a textbook on geographic written by someone who thinks the world is flat. Tedious, and not worth the slog to pick up the occasional pieces of story.
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