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10 Masterpieces You Have to Read Before You Die, Vol. 3

De : Edgar Allan Poe,William Shakespeare,Frances Hodgson Burnett,Fyodor Dostoevsky,Robert Louis Stevenson,H. P. Lovecraft,Jack London,Mary W. Shelley,Osamu Dazai,Nathaniel Hawthorne
Lu par : David Miles,Paul Gibson,Michael Goodrick,Richard Williams,Peter Coates,Sharon Plummer,Simon Jackson,Emma Gibson
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    This book contains the following works:

    1. Edgar Allan Poe: The Pit and the Pendulum
    2. William Shakespeare: A Midsummer Night's Dream
    3. Frances Hodgson Burnett: The Secret Garden
    4. Fyodor Dostoevsky: The Dream of a Ridiculous Man
    5. Robert Louis Stevenson: Treasure Island
    6. H.P. Lovecraft: At the Mountains of Madness
    7. Jack London: The Call of the Wild
    8. Mary W. Shelley: Frankenstein, or The Modern Prometheus
    9. Osamu Dazai: No Longer Human (Confessions of a Faulty Man)
    10. Nathaniel Hawthorne: The Scarlet Letter

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    • Serene Queen
    • 09/11/2022

    I only listened to the Pit and the Pendulum so far. What a great writing ability! The word pictures, so astute

    I put my whole review in the title. Lol. Oh well. Such interesting descriptions. Agonizing situation

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    • Samantha Cohen
    • 21/01/2023

    Mixed review

    I have to say that this was a really good deal to read 10 books at once that are noteworthy and so I would absolutely get it again. Some or the same reader, and some more different readers, and in some cases, I was a little confused to why they chose this book. And if you look, there’s a few books like this, so I guess it’s not necessarily 10 books you should read before you die, but 10 books in this volume we think you should read before you die which I think is a little weird. Still altogether there’s probably 100 books so you could call it 100 books you should read.

    What I thought was most interesting about these books was they were from different perspectives, and so if you were teaching a class, let’s say on what direction of book should be from, first person, third person things like that, this would be a very interesting way to look at it . Some of these books I’d read and some I’d heard of and some I hadn’t at all so I thought it was an interesting choice. A lot of first person.

    Some of the narration was very good, and some of it I didn’t think as much. I really loved the Magic Garden, which I never read as a child, and I think the narrator narrated another book in this section, and he is my favorite of the narrators, so his voice is very common flat. It seemed appropriate and easy to understand.

    Also, to note, the biggest problem as far as the production isn’t the performance, but is that it’s unedited. I mean, I guess it could’ve been edited, but there’s clearly things that should’ve been edited out that weren’t. I’m not horrified by this or anything, I don’t really care, and I kind of chuckled when it happened a bunch of times, but it seemed very bizarre to me like it was a mistake.

    Anyway, it’s a great group of books all together, and probably good to have some foundational knowledge of literature.