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First impressions matter, right? Well, the first line of a book is one way to make (or break) a great first impression. Here’s a fun infographic with 34 Compelling First Lines of Famous Books. Enjoy! Scribendi.com What’s your favorite opening sentence in a book? Note: Some posts may contain affiliate links. Should you choose to purchase a product, we will receive a small commission for the sale at no additional cost to you. Subscribe to Chapter Break posts. Never miss a post on Chapter…

34 Compelling First Lines of Famous Books [Infographic

First impressions matter, right? Well, the first line of a book is one way to make (or break) a great first impression. Here’s a fun infographic with 34 Compelling First Lines of Famous Books. Enjoy! Scribendi.com What’s your favorite opening sentence in a book? Note: Some posts may contain affiliate links. Should you choose to purchase a product, we will receive a small commission for the sale at no additional cost to you. Subscribe to Chapter Break posts. Never miss a post on Chapter…

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Get ready to hit up the library, because this #booklist will change everything. #LevoReads

25 Books That Will Blow Your Mind

Get ready to hit up the library, because this #booklist will change everything. #LevoReads

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I'm Emily, an 18 year old from Surrey studying for a BA in English Literature at the University of...

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Inspirational and life changing quotes from the world of literature, philosophy and ethics and it greatest authors and thinkers. Featuring F. Scott Fitzgerald | C.S. Lewis | Dr. Seuss | Carl Sagan | Franz Kafka | Oscar Wilde | Edgar Allen Poe | Vincent Van Gogh | Sylvia Plath

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How humans have created stories through the ages in a nine-panel strip

How humans have created stories through the ages in one clever strip, visually shows all of the different kinds of conflict.

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“The best moments in reading are when you come across something - a thought, a feeling, a way of looking at things - which you had thought special and particular to you. And now, here it is, set down by someone else, a person you have never met, someone even who is long dead. And it is as if a hand has come out, and taken yours” Alan Bennett

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