Five Books You Were Supposed to Read In High School
High school is a time of exploration. Because of this, some high school students are too busy exploring themselves instead of their lessons. They will forget (or choose not) to complete their required readings for English class. And that’s okay. Just because you didn’t read these classics in high school doesn’t mean it’s too late to read them today. Here are five books that you were probably supposed to read in high school. And even if you didn’t then, you should strongly consider reading them now.
Five Books You Read in High School That Still Suck
High school was probably a time that you are looking to forget. And, if you’re like a lot of Americans, it’s possible that you dreaded your high school English classes. Not only because they were boring and tedious, but because of the literary classics you had to read. And whether you read them or not, I’m here to offer five books that you (probably) read in high school that still suck. Rest assured, it wasn’t just your high school perspective that made them awful — they are still awful today too.
Four Obscure Texts Actually Worth Caring About
Most books are meant to entertain, enlighten, and provoke solutions. Solutions to some of life’s most troubling concerns. But not all books are meant to be answers. In fact, there are a few obscure and mysterious texts that will leave you puzzled. They incite more questions than you realized you had before even starting. They will titillate your idea of narrative, while providing inspiration for crafting your own mysteries.