Who would you put on the Mount Rushmore of Literature? - Page 3

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    Hunter S. Thompson, from young to old.

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    Poe, Bradbury, Melville, and Hemingway
    Sometimes, I wrestle with my demons. Other times, we just snuggle.

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    For me 'great' has to be 'accessible' , people like Milton, Shakespeare, and Dickens are sort of accessible, but they are not an easy read, and Shakespeare is more of a playwright.

    My immediate two, Mark Twain and Rudyard Kipling. After them I am not so sure.
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