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Most of these are from when I was in High School, mainly because there was more required reading then, and partially because most of middle-school is kind of a blur at this point. I mean, it has been I think about 15-16 years since I was in middle school, and I really aged myself with that statement. Anyways! here I go. Also, I can neither confirm or deny that I actually finished all these books. Not a fan of required reading, or reading things as a class. I was a really slow reader back in the day, and even still have a really hard time getting into books that I am forced to, or feel like I am forced to read. Which is why I DNF books when I am having a hard time getting into them.
Don't remember a thing about this book, I remember the discussions we'd have as a class, and I was always way behind them in the reading so I felt like a dummy.
Not gonna lie, I have never been more angry at or bored while reading a book than I was with this one. Everything about this book made me annoyed. Not really sure why I barely remember it. I think it was more to do with being told what the symbolism meant than anything else.
This is one of the books that I would like to go back and finish. Being a slow reader really put a damper on a lot of these classics.
The one book I remember from middle school English class. Only because this book is so weird. I don't remember if I ever finished it though.
These are the only books that I have any memory of being required reading, apart from anything Shakespear.