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Old 10-05-2012, 03:03 PM   #94
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I though my country was the only one with this problem. I admit I read just one of the books that was in our schedule due to the fact that I found every other boring and uninteresting (though I admit we did not have Dickens on our list). I went to a tehnical highschool so we didn't really focus on literature, but instead just focused on our big local authors (people from Romania know who I am talking about).

It's impossible to name authors or books that everyone likes but forcing someone to read a book that he or she does not like is not the solution.
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