I've read them all, tooMy mom has had them for years and I've never read them until now but I started reading the Little House books. I actually like them. It really gets you into the book and see how people lived back then. T first read "The First Four Years" Not knowing it was last in the series. I then read "On The Banks of Plum Creek" and "Little House In The Big Woods." Now I'm reading "Little House on the Prairie." I've only seen the show a few times so I'm not sure how similar the show and books are.
YOU ARE THE DEADA copy of 1984 I never returned to my old high school. It's probably a copy I ironically may have saved from getting memory holed from the school had I returned it to them. Ya know cause I'm fairly certain most high schools these days would ban 1984 for being "dangerous "and encouraging of "dangerous antisocial thought. "
When I was in high school the remedial reading classes read it but the higher level classes read other stuff, I have no idea why. I didn't read 1984 in high school either but I read both of these when I got out of high school and loved them. I think both books have a lot to offer and that anyone who doesn't get exposed to them in school will read them on their own laterBeen re-reading Animal Farm. Still just as good and relevant as when I first read it for school.
Also, I talked to some of my co-workers who are younger than me, and they said that they weren't ever exposed to it while in high school. Given everything that it tackles, I wonder if that means something.
Radical! Yeah, it's mostly Goethe propaganda. The romantic Faust was the only one I grew up knowing.Anything after 1587 can be considered no good.