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doctor

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what, exactly, is your classifaction of 'classic'? huckleberry finn, for starters, is not at all boring. i could list dozens of others, but not before i know your criteria. do you even know your own criteria, or were you just bored by a book you were made to read for some book report? how many 'classics' have you read?... and so on and so forth.
 

jungle women

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my classification of classics is nothing but boring.i had read jane eyre.(boring) and how come is it possible for you to be still alive after reading wuthering hieghts 3 times.i would have dropped dead.i was half way through wen i couldnt carry on with wuthuring hieghts. i know my criteria. that is humorous, mystery and horror.at 15 im not a dumbo.please.actually i was given a classic to read for book report i didnt read it cuz it was BORING!!!!!!!!
 
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