|A student retrieves a book at San Diego City College. |
Photo: Joe Crawford, California, USA,
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The 3Cs has been around for nearly seven years and during all that time it has rarely asked questions about books or films, let alone set up a poll or quiz, like some of my ardent (blog) friends do. Margot and Sergio run some mean quizzes and polls. The 3Cs is ill-informed to host any. Instead, it has a question, just one for now.
If you were forced, at knifepoint, to pick a book you’d already read before and asked to read it again, at gunpoint, which one would it be—and why?
No, that won’t do. You can’t read under the grip of fear. That’s no page-turner. Let me rephrase the question.
Which is the one book that you’d love to read again this minute—and why?
Your feedback will be like a recommendation of books for me, and I look forward to your eclectic choices.
My only request to you is not to “write down” your answers in comments below. Instead, send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. I will collate the answers and put them up in a separate post, with your names and blog names.
The deadline is Saturday, April 30. In case you need more time, let me know, and we can extend the date. This is no homework.
Thank you for your time. Much appreciated.