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The Outsiders: An Outsiders Novel

The Outsiders: An Outsiders Novel

The first line (or first few lines) of the most famous books of all time - Imgur

The first line (or first few lines) of the most famous books of all time - Imgur

Calling all bookworms: this must-read list will blow your mind and change your life.

Calling all bookworms: this must-read list will blow your mind and change your life.

The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton That was the book that started it all. My seventh grade English teacher assigned this novel and I've not stopped reading since. Thank you just doesn't seem to properly embody how grateful I am to Mrs. Potter, but it's a start.

The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton That was the book that started it all. My seventh grade English teacher assigned this novel and I've not stopped reading since. Thank you just doesn't seem to properly embody how grateful I am to Mrs. Potter, but it's a start.

These Ferrymen are our reflections. They guard the passages because they know that we'll corrupt their beautiful land.

These Ferrymen are our reflections. They guard the passages because they know that we'll corrupt their beautiful land.

The Thirsty Spittoon: The Outsiders  http://thirstyspittoon.blogspot.com/2017/03/the-outsiders.html  #novels #books #literature #SEHinton #TheOutsiders

The Thirsty Spittoon: The Outsiders http://thirstyspittoon.blogspot.com/2017/03/the-outsiders.html #novels #books #literature #SEHinton #TheOutsiders

The Outsider (or The Stranger) by Albert Camus (1942) | A great introduction to existentialist thought. It had a profound effect on me. A simple plot that poses many questions... Meursault will not lie. When his mother dies, he refuses to show his emotions simply to satisfy the expectations of others. After committing a random act of violence he finds himself in court. But is he on trial for the violence or his refusal to mourn? Essential.

The Outsider (or The Stranger) by Albert Camus (1942) | A great introduction to existentialist thought. It had a profound effect on me. A simple plot that poses many questions... Meursault will not lie. When his mother dies, he refuses to show his emotions simply to satisfy the expectations of others. After committing a random act of violence he finds himself in court. But is he on trial for the violence or his refusal to mourn? Essential.

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