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Analysis of A Doll’s House Choosing a novel to read is not an effortless task. One could mistakenly choose the Twilight series and read for futile hours. Do I choose a classic or do I read the modern marvels of today’s up and coming authors? I looked at my shelf of books and wondered if reading a book for the second time would be a wise decision since, books read twice allow the reader to take in dept additional details and permits those prominent eyes to analyze the novel even further. Thus, I glared at the only book I haven’t read on my book shelf “The Count of Monte Cristo” by Alexandre Dumas, a 1,095 page novel with great presence. It smelled of a book found in an obscure bookstore as I moved the pages in front my face. However, based on my partiality, this book is excessively menacing. It would be time consuming to read that book. I wished to read a classic novel. One with meaning and significance to literature. One that could stand proud among my other collections of books and whose words would ignite images in my head like dancing sugar plums on a film
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