The Joy of Reading: 210 Favorite Books, Plays, Poems, Essays, Etc. What's in Them, Why Read Them
A compilation of more than two hundred favorite books, plays, poems, and essays is accompanied by biographical profiles of the diverse authors and explanations about why each particular work is special
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