August Meme: Question #1

Hi clubbers!! We’re excited to be posting our very first meme question for the club!

Here’s the question for August:

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What is your favorite classic book? Why?

Feel free to answer over at your blog any time in August, and leave the link to your post in the Mister Linky widget below!

(Answers can be as thorough or brief as you like, but let’s share and connect, eh?)

Remember to check out this page for details! And then check out one another’s posts! 🙂

“Reading” – Auguste Renoir (1890-1895)

45 thoughts on “August Meme: Question #1

  1. My favorite is Return of the Native by Thomas Hardy. I read it as a senior in high school and – at a time where everything about school was an absolute turn-off — this book blew me away. And I still love it.


  2. Just posted mine – it’s pretty predictable if you’ve read my blog at all this year. I limited myself to those from this challenge so far.


  3. Most of my favourite books are classics so it’s been quite tough to pick just one, but ‘Wuthering Heights’ will always be special to me.


  4. I plan on linking later in the month but the first book that popped into my mind is Pride & Prejudice. It’s my all time favorite comfort read.


  5. I linked, but leaving a comment as well–Wuthering Heights, since I was 13 and well before I even understood the novel (how I saw it then versus how I see it now is worlds apart). Going to read Juli’s link now so I can get another perspective on it! Thanks for the great meme. 🙂


  6. A lovely question to ponder, but it’s tricky to pin down a single answer. Today I’m drawn to The Mill on the Floss, but on another day I could be drawn somewhere else entirely.


  7. A great question, it was hard to narrow it down to just one classic and my opinion might have changed by the time I finish my list! Just posted my link to the Mister Linky 🙂


  8. Ha! I do plan to use Mister Linky over there, but here’s a brief look at my favorite classics: Tess of the d’Urbervilles, the Scarlet Letter, Sense and Sensibility, Wuthering Heights, and… and.. there’s more, but I’m blanking out. Love classics and glad to have stumbled onto this page.


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