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Hi guys! *waves* I'm new here and I just wanted to stop by and ask a little bit about the classics. Now, I have this HUGE AP English reading list that has a lot of the classics on it, but I want to know your guys' opinions on what books were more enjoyable. So far I've read Pride and Prejudice and Sense and Sensibility (yes, gotta love Ms. Austen). I also have The Life of Dorian Gray that I just bought and am going to eventually read, but is there anything you can think of? Let me know because I'm really interested! :)
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