December Meme: Question #48

Hi clubbers!! We’re excited to be posting our latest meme question for the club! (A bit early, since many may be celebrating the holidays when we usually post the monthly meme, so we thought we’d offer an early start this month.) 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 March 2014: Contributed by Dale, who joined us in September 2012: What is your favorite “classic” literary period and why?

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“Reading” – Auguste Renoir (1890-1895)


4 thoughts on “December Meme: Question #48

  1. Pingback: A Classics Club Rewind | Mirror with Clouds

  2. 19th century British literature, broadly from the late 18th to the turn of the century, but especially the period from about the 1840s to 1880s. I can’t really explain this, except to say that fiction in Britain had mushroomed, and the idea of the novel had developed and hit a stride. Even the cheesy, sensational fiction of this period seems really alive to me, and full of interesting language, in a way that I don’t find in a lot of later fiction.


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