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Date Sun Feb-14-10 03:40 AM
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Sun Feb-14-10 03:41 AMby Raethin

I finished another book tonight (albeit very late or early, depending on your point of view, at night/morning). Persuasion by Jane Austen was a fantastic read. I love these kinds of period novels. Yes, it is another classic, and I'll be reading a whole lot of these. I plan to either go back to Edith Wharton or jump to another author because the rest of Jane Austen's books are really thick (other than Northanger Abbey, which I have already read). I am open to suggestions to any of your favorite classics.

Edit - I will be returning to Jane Austen though, because she has never let me down.

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Raethin's 2010 Reading Challenge [View all] , Raethin, Sat Jan-02-10 02:08 AM
  Ethan Frome by Edith Wharton, Raethin, Feb 09th 2010, #1
RE: Ethan Frome by Edith Wharton, RavenCorbie, Feb 09th 2010, #2
      RE: Ethan Frome by Edith Wharton, Raethin, Feb 10th 2010, #3
Persuasion by Jane Austen, Raethin, Feb 14th 2010 #4

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