Monday, January 5, 2015

Challenge Link-Up Post: Name in the Title


Please link your reviews for your Classic with a Person's Name in the Title here.  This is only for the Classic with a Person's Name in the Title category.  First name, last name, or both, it doesn't matter, but it must include the name of a character. 

If you do not have a blog, or somewhere public on the internet where you post book reviews, please write your mini-review/thoughts in the comments section.  If you like, you can include the name of your blog and/or the title of the book in your link, like this: "Karen K. @ Books and Chocolate (Ethan Frome). "


11 comments:

  1. John Dickson Carr, the author of The Murder of Sir Edmund Godfrey is a classic mystery author--here he tackles an early version of the fictionalization of a true crime (from the 17th C!).

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  2. Sorry, I entered my link without the title and can't figure out how to remove it.

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  3. Hi Karen, just linked my post on Adam Bede

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  4. I added my review of Oliver Twist!

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  5. I read Auntie Mame for this category. Now I'm curious to see the play version!

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  6. I like this category! I chose David Copperfield, and just reviewed it.

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  7. I messed up entering my info. Could you please remove my first attempt (number 28) to link the book? I read Madame Bovary.

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  8. I just linked to my review of Armadale by Wilkie Collins.

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  9. I read aloud Andrew Jackson by Clara Ingram Judson to the kids.

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  10. "Anne Veronica" by H. G. Wells was interesting largely because of his espousal of feminism. It wandered off the subject at the end I thought.

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