Annotating My Bookshelf | II

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Since I enjoyed annotating my shelves so much I decided to share a little more. So this shelf is a little more aimed towards classics and modern classics, but not strictly. After the image I will link all of the book titles to their goodreads accounts so you can learn more about them. Also, on this shelf I read a total of 6 books out of the 9. Not to bad if you ask me.

Oddly, I forgot to annotate for Isherwood’s A Single Man, it was heart breaking, but beautiful. Divider

The Books

Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

A Study in Scarlet by Arthur Conan Doyle

The Life Changing Manga of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo

Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy

Prater Violet by Christopher Isherwood

Down There on a Visit by Christopher Isherwood

A Meeting by the River by Christopher Isherwood

A Single Man by Christopher Isherwood

Christopher and His Kind by Christopher Isherwood

 

*All links go to their goodreads pages.

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Do you have any thoughts on these books?

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12 thoughts on “Annotating My Bookshelf | II

  1. I love this post idea! I hope you love the books you have yet to read. I only read A Study in Scarlet and Pride and Prejudice of the ones mentioned but loved them both!

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  2. So jealous of that copy of Pride and Prejudice!! Penguin Clothbound 😮 I love my classics, I have one penguin clothbound, some new paperbacks, a lot of old ones and then some small hardbacks. I’ve read all of Jane Austen, have two copies of Jane Eyre but none are good copies.

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      1. That’s a good idea, I should’ve done that. I used to only have a few but went a bit mad and bought a lot. I would prefer to have copies I really like and buy less too

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