Classic for the Summer

As many people know, I love reading classics. In the past few years, I did a classic challenge where I attempt to read a classic in a limited amount of time. Now that I am graduated, I can read those books at a slower rate, but it does help having a deadline. I have decided to extend the deadline to end of September, and I love that because I do not have to read as quickly. That means I can read less in a day. The classic I am reading is Nicholas Nickleby.

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I am a strong spiritual person who is a big fan of musicals. This blog deals with spirituality and musicals. I am finding that by writing about these, I am realizing I know more about each of them then I think I do. I hope you find my blog inspiring!

4 thoughts on “Classic for the Summer”

    1. Enjoyed what I read so far. The first chapter was a bit confusing: it talked about the Nickleby’s family tree so I was confused about which Nicholas the book was connecting and the same goes for his uncle.

      I am enjoying the book so far. It just took a while till Nicholas Nickleby showed up. Chapter two was when the story really began and focused on his uncle, the antagonist of the book. Chapter three really was when Nicholas was introduced. So it started with the antagonist then eventually you hear about the protagonist. I already had to use a dictionary to look up words

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