June Meme: Question #42

Hi clubbers!! We’re excited to be posting our latest meme question for the club! Feel free to answer now or next month at your place, & leave a link to your response in the comments below so others can see what you have to say. Or really, you could just answer in the comments if you want. We really are quite flexible here. 🙂 Here’s the question this month:

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Contributed by Fariba, who joined us in January 2014:  “What is your favorite mystery or science fiction classic? Why do you think it is a classic? Why do you like it?”

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“Reading” – Auguste Renoir (1890-1895)

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8 thoughts on “June Meme: Question #42

  1. Pingback: Classics Club Meme #42: Favourite Classic Mystery | louloureads

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  3. Very hard to narrow down to a single title. Science fiction? I think it will have to be The Day of the Triffids : a well thought out apocalypse story that retains its sense of horror by attacking at our most vulnerable. Mystery? Despite her ‘cheats’, I can’t go past Agatha Christie. Great period pieces.

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  4. I love 1984 for it’s shocking cynical view of the future world. Thankfully it didn’t turn out that bad, but we can definitely see small traces of it in today’s life.

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