What Classics And Marmite Have In Common

Do you like classics?

I’d love to be the sort of person whose shelves are full of Charles Dickens and George Orwells in fancy covers, but I really don’t have the patience. Or the money.

Unpopular Opinion: not every timeless classic is ageless. Sadly, we did reach an era where we stopped using ‘thee’ and started showing a bit of ankle (scandalous, I know). But, once you get round a bit of funny language, there is something pretty amazing about reading books written by dead authors about dead societies in dead languages. I doubt Charlotte Bronte ever expected teenage girls to be fangirling over her books on internet forums nearly 200 years after its release date. tHat’S KiNd oF aMaZiNg.

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However, I do have some friends who refuse to read anything not written this century. Which is such a shame. And slightly terrifying – even Harry Potter came out in 1997 (Now that’s a scary thought.) The probability is, if people have loved a book for centuries, then you’re going to love it too. Some people love classics, some people hate them (😔) but I would highly recommend that you go and grab one. Just to see what all the fuss is about. I love ‘The Outsiders’ or ‘Of Mice And Men’ by John Steinbeck… as you can probably see from my copy!

What are some of your favourites? Are you a love or a hate kind of person? Please like and let me know in the comments!

Published by Hundreds&Thousands

I’m a teenager (and Hufflepuff) from Manchester. I like oversized jumpers, music that isn't on the radio anymore, and books. Honestly, any books I can get my hands on but my personal favourites are fantasy, mystery or your classic teen romance (it’s ironic I know but you can’t really go wrong with 'Eleanor and Park'). And one day, I decided to try and share some of my opinions on some great – and not so great – books to people around the world. And here it is! I really enjoy it; I hope you do too. The aim is hundreds and thousands of books (see what I did there?) but I’m not quite up to that. Yet.

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