3 Books You Must Have In Your Library

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  • N N (9/5/2008 5:29:00 PM) Post reply

    1.note book
    3.romeo and juliet
    hope you have a nice day poets stop by my page :) i would love it if you would(*&*)

  • Emily Oldham (9/1/2008 5:06:00 AM) Post reply

    I usually write without using any tools but a notebook is essential. Occasionally a dictionary and thesaurus, but apart from a pen and paper I don't use anything. Athena :)

  • Sean Foxx (8/27/2008 2:36:00 AM) Post reply

    At a minimum, the three books any poet must have is:
    1) A dictonary
    2) A thesaurus
    3) A rhyming refrence

  • Albert Wong (8/27/2008 1:38:00 AM) Post reply

    The ancient books of poetry being thought are over time, but I still love to read if they are good and attractive. Nowaday, I only write words as flowing from my soul. They are my bloods flood out with honest emotion and feeling.

  • Rezeile Eigo (8/18/2008 8:57:00 PM) Post reply

    a poet must have:

    a dictionary
    a note BOOK
    the HP and snicket's series

  • Wali Jamali (8/16/2008 1:07:00 PM) Post reply

    The Books you must read:
    1. Shah Jo Risalo - Elsa Qazi
    2. Hundred years of the solitude - Gabriel Garcia Marquez
    3. Dublinners - James Joyce.
    4. God of small things - Arudhati Roy
    5. Mathnavi - Jelal ud din Rumi

  • Foti Xh (8/16/2008 6:46:00 AM) Post reply | Read 1 reply

    Arch of Triumph by Erich Maria Remark
    Novels by Stefan Cvajg
    An american tragedy by Teodor Drajzer

    or any other book of these authors.

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  • Debra Harrison (8/4/2008 10:39:00 PM) Post reply

    It would be hard to keep it to 3... but off the top of my head I'd say:

    Music for Chameleons - Truman Capote
    The Great Gatsby - F. Scott Fitzgerald
    Childhood's End - Arthur C. Clarke

    Then, of course, there is - Lord of the Flies, anything by Flannery O'Connor, most things by Harry Crews, everything by Edgar Allen Poe, most things by Joyce Carol Oates... the list goes on and on and on...

  • Bill Smith (8/4/2008 5:47:00 PM) Post reply

    Rapture Carol Ann Duffy
    My Wicked Wicked Ways Errol Flynn
    The Boy With No Shoes William Horwood

  • Callie Carroll (7/31/2008 10:08:00 PM) Post reply

    How about six?
    1. A World Lit Only by Fire by William Manchester
    2. Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close by Jonathan Safran Froer
    3. The Effects of Light by Miranda Beverly-Whittemore
    4. A Prayer for Owen Meany by John irving
    5. Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsolver
    6. Peace Like a River by Leif Enger

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