Feature & Follow | #5

August 9, 2013 Feature & Folow Friday 8

Feature and Follow Friday is a weekly bloghop hosted by Parajunkee and Alison Can Read. Each week I’ve participated I’ve met some great bloggers and I really look forward to meeting more of you this week!

Parajunkee and Alison Can read each feature a blog- this week check out Wonderland’s Reader and Girl in the Woods Reviews – and pose a question/activity for each blogger that participates to answer/do. Then we all hop around checking out as many participant blogs as we like, finding great new blogs and forming blogger friendships.

This Week’s Question:
Back to School. Create a reading list for the imaginary lit class you’ll be teaching this semester.
This is a hard question for me because I do some teaching (I’m a graduate student), so my first thought was “what level? what kind of class?” Since this is my imaginary class, I guess I’ll pick – so I’m thinking sophomore/junior (college), British Literature. So I’d teach some classics:
Gulliver's TravelsAlice in WonderlandParadise LostPride and PrejudiceDracula
What would be on your class list?
I look forward to seeing your answers (be sure to include your links in the comments below)!

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Berls has been a book lover her whole life. She reads pretty much every genre and is currently working hard at making her childhood dream of becoming an author come true. She loves sharing her thoughts about books, blogging, and just random fun stuff. She's a challenge and read-a-thon junkie, so it's no wonder that she loves co-hosting the COYER reading challenge. Leave a comment, Berls is always happy to chat!

8 Responses to “Feature & Follow | #5”

  1. Elena

    I think classics are better for an English Lit class and I would be in your class because I love Alice in Wonderland and Pride and Prejudice.Thanks for stopping by my FF.New follower via bloglovin.

    Elena @ Book Lady’s Reviews

    • Berls

      Thanks for following Becca! I’ll have to check out your giveaway, thanks for mentioning it 🙂 Happy Reading!

    • Berls

      All my favorites from when I took British Literature and History of British Literature in college – makes for quite a mix 🙂

      Thanks for following!

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