Saturday, January 5, 2019

Challenge Link-Up Post: Classic Tragic Novel


Please link your reviews for your Classic Tragic Novel here.  This is only for the Classic Tragic Novel category. This is basically any novel with a tragic or sad ending. 
   
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 (Jude the Obscure)." 


12 comments:

  1. Forgot to comment! I finished Madame Bovary for this category. :)

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  2. I finished The Cross (Kristin Lavransdatter #3) for this category

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  3. My review of: In Cold Blood Yep, it's pretty tragic.

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  4. Finished Wuthering Heights. I can safely say I hated this book.

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  5. I read the Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck and it was heartbreaking and beautiful.

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  6. Just linked Requiem for a Wren by Nevil Shute.

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  7. Once again the Classics Challenge has led me to a fascinating book I would probably never have read otherwise. A very interesting book with lots of thought-provoking twists and turns.

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  8. I read Wuthering Heights for this category - and it seems like several others did too!

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  9. I feel like The Plague is pretty tragic.

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  10. I read Uncle Tom's Cabin for this category. It was tragic indeed, but so well worth reading.

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  11. It feels awkward to use a book that was mentioned as an example, but as it'd been on my TBR I figured it was alright. Problem is that I could only get my hands on the Penguin Reader version, which means I read nowhere near the actual novel. My copy was only 90 pages. I had hoped it'd only be simplified language, but alas. I have an order at the library for the full novel, but just in case I won't be able to read it in time, I am counting this prompt as fulfilled.

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  12. I read The Mill on the Floss. I liked Eliot's writing style, but not the story.

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