July Meme: Question #43

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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A meme rewind from February 2015Contributed by Teresa, who joined us in 2012: What about modern classics? Pick a book published since 2000 and say why you think it will be considered as a “classic” in the future.

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“Reading” – Auguste Renoir (1890-1895)
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7 thoughts on “July Meme: Question #43

  1. “The Good Lord Bird” by James McBride is a relatively recent book that I think will become a classic.

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  2. Picking future ‘classics’ is incredibly difficult but I’m going to take a stab at ‘The Shadow of the Wind’ (AND its two sequels, ‘The Angel’s Game’ and ‘The Prisoner of Heaven’, because I can’t really separate them) by Carlos Ruiz Zafon – translations are by Lucia Graves.
    Reasons: wonderful literary themes; accomplished prose; memorable characters that one can love and hate; atmospheric historical setting …
    Need I go on?

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