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#8
I'm reading Animal Farm in my English class
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#9
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I had to read this in HS.

i found it to be shallow and pedantic.


Ye, yes, shallow and pedantic.

But really it's not bad, though the movie sucks.
#10
The Crucible is more or less required reading in every High School in America. Very few people read it because they find it interesting before actually reading it in school.

Quote by phlip999
Ye, yes, shallow and pedantic.

But really it's not bad, though the movie sucks.


Lol, Wynona Ryder ftl

My sophomore English class read the play, each day a student was assigned a part and by the end of the play everyone had read. It was lultastic. Afterwards we watched the movie and thought our version was much better.
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#11
I hated it.
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#12
I don't read i just look at words and absorb their meanings.
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#13
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And it's actually a gigantic metaphor for the McCarthy era.



I know. It actually got me to start reading about McCarthyism and stuff. It's really interesting
#14
IT sucked donkeydick but now we are reading Beowulf in english and its not to bad
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#15
I didn't like the movie, the book is pretty cool though.
I had to read it twice.


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#16
Quote by dudius
The Crucible is more or less required reading in every High School in America. Very few people read it because they find it interesting before actually reading it in school.


Lol, Wynona Ryder ftl

My sophomore English class read the play, each day a student was assigned a part and by the end of the play everyone had read. It was lultastic. Afterwards we watched the movie and thought our version was much better.


That's what we did.

What was moderately funny was the lack of vagina's in the room so guys had to play the girl characters.
#17
I was totally expecting a Fable 2 thread.
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#18
i read it in high school. mots parts of it pissed me off. i hated it
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#19
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That's what we did.

What was moderately funny was the lack of vagina's in the room so guys had to play the girl characters.


Our teacher was pretty funny so he'd make the macho douchebags be girls and the ditzy preppy girls be men. The teacher also wanted to make sure people didn't half-ass it either, so if they didn't say it with feeling he'd make them repeat it.
#20
Yes, I have read it. I have also done some research on the Salem Witch Trials in general and I was surprised at just how close the story is to the actual events that took place.
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#22
Such a bad book, but I agree with it's message, btw Daytripper I know that's a catch22 song but I'm seeing streetlight tomorrow! They're headlining!
#23
isn't that where they play the snooker world championships?
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#24
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I read it. It's astonishing how stupid the Puritans were.


It's even more amazing how much of that stupidity has lingered on into the present...

My class also had to read it all aloud. That led to me being one of the favoured readers for any book as it was discovered I could make fun accents. I REEAAALLY hated MacBeths long-ass monologues when I had to do them with my attempt at a scottish accent...
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It's even more amazing how much of that stupidity has lingered on into the present...

My class also had to read it all aloud. That led to me being one of the favoured readers for any book as it was discovered I could make fun accents. I REEAAALLY hated MacBeths long-ass monologues when I had to do them with my attempt at a scottish accent...


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#26
I was sweating like a stallion when i read it!
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#28
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I know your pain...

Yeah.. Insane Shakespearian main character with somewhat decently executed scottish accent that occasionally started to fade to british =/= fun.
#29
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I'm reading Animal Farm in my English class


Awesome book!

But yea. The Crucible is... ok. I just have weird images of seeing one of my classmates jacking himself off under the table when the rape scene came up. ****ing weirdo.

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#30
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Were you trying to quote the book there?


Yeah, the wh0re said it.

Read it last yr and my classes comment were more interestin then the book.


Disclaimer-"more interesting" means more hilarious


seriously they were idiots. One classmate said that the old women was the *DEVIL* because she couldn't name her commandments and when my teacher called her on it she only named like three. I wanted to slap the stupid out of her.
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#31
Quote by phlip999
Ye, yes, shallow and pedantic.

But really it's not bad, though the movie sucks.

i had to watch it my junior year


hilarity ensued

it's not really funny to tell other people there but, it was hilarious at the time
#32
Quote by Thepredster
Yeah, the wh0re said it.

Read it last yr and my classes comment were more interestin then the book.


Disclaimer-"more interesting" means more hilarious


seriously they were idiots. One classmate said that the old women was the *DEVIL* because she couldn't name her commandments and when my teacher called her on it she only named like three. I wanted to slap the stupid out of her.


I know who said it. Our class puts no emotion into it. I'm the only one. i guess thats why i enjoy the book more than everyone else
#33
I'm currently reading it in skool and we watched part of the movie today. It sucks. Hard.
#34
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I'm currently reading it in skool and we watched part of the movie today. It sucks. Hard.



At least i know not to watch the movie. I love the book though
#35
I watched the move version and read a little part of it in American Lit. class last week. It was pretty interesting. Quite enjoyable. Shows how people would believe the most ridiculous things way back then.
#36
Yeah, I've read it about 2-3 times. It's a great play to read, though I imagine seeing it would be boring. There was a movie version with Wyona Rider that was pretty good.
#37
I have a copy of the 1957 Sartre version called Les Sorcieres de Salem on VHS. The Daniel Day Lewis one blows chunks.
#38
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Same here.


same. It was unmoving and slow.
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#39
I hated that book, nothing made me want to strangle Abigail more than everyone else.

For some reason though Titiuba (I think that's you spell it) made me laugh for some reason, in a non-racist way.
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