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  1. I came across this article on Apple News and thought that it was worth posting. 15 Super Long Classics That Are Definitely Worth Your Time I have never heard of Ida B Wells, Emma Goldman, Catherine Marshall, Eiji Yoshikawa (not even sure of how to pronounce that!), Sigrid Unset, and Ralph Ellison, so something for me to explore but I do possess some of the books and I have read one - The Count of Monte Cristo. The idea that a very long book would put someone off reading it is a fairly new one to me so I'm hoping to start a discussion on this. I do understand that there are those who can no longer hold a long book (they are very thick) and nowadays rely on Kindle in order to read but would a long book on Kindle put you off? Is there someone else who just reads short books? I'd love to know!
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