Sunday, January 1, 2012

Challenge Link-Up Post: Reread a Classic

Please link your reviews for your Reread a Classic here.  This post is only for the ReRead category.  If you do not have a blog, or anywhere you post reviews publicly on the internet, please write your mini-review/thoughts in the comment section.




14 comments:

DeniseF said...

I am so glad I reread "The Master and Margarita". It was well worth it.

angus25 said...

Two down, seven more to go! :)

bibliophiliac said...

I chose The Great Gatsby-the third or fourth time, I think! Every time I read Gatsby I am more in love with this book...

bookspeakvolumes said...

Looks like I'm not the first to re-read The Great Gatsby for this challenge! I loved it so much more than the first time.

surgabukuku said...

I just reread "Bleak House" as part of Charles Dickens bicentennial celebration this February!

Jean said...

I also did The Master and Margarita! I enjoyed it a lot, but I make no claim to understand it all that well...;)

Lady Disdain said...

Read Austen's "Northanger Abbey" again. It doesn't really feel like I've embarked on this challenge properly as I'm so familiar with Austen. But I've got so many books to read at the moment, that it's a miracle I finish anything.

Michelle said...

I reread Louisa May Alcott's Eight Cousins and Rose in Bloom. It was interesting to try to think critically about something that is the literary equivalent to comfort food!

Angry Blue-green Bee said...

Reread Jane Eyre: did a lot of background reading this time, and wondered about a lot of things I never thought of before!

geoffwhaley.com said...

Whoops - didn't realize I was supposed to be linking them up - so I've got 5 coming at you in the next few minutes :-D I reread Mansfield Park.

Annette said...

I re-read Silas Marner.
Thanks.

Susan said...

I re-read Madame Bovary. I was surprised by how little I remembered. I'm going to have to re-read more.

Donna said...

Middlemarch really needs a second read to fully appreciate.

MJ said...

So glad I re-read "Their Eyes Were Watching God." I got so much more out of it this time around.

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