|Anna Karenina returns|
I’m reading more with the Kindle (helps with sanity). I was expecting this because of the mobility and ease of making last minute decisions on what to read. What I was not expecting is the selection of books I’ve been reading recently-classics I’ve read in high school. Flaubert, Hesse and now Tolstoy. One of my first Kindle books was Goethe (Sorrows of Young Werther)-expected since it is one of my favorite books by one of my favorite authors. But then for some odd reason I decided to read Siddhartha by Hermann Hesse again (classics from Kindle are free). A completely different experience this time around. I don’t even remember he had a little boy or how a fateful circle was referenced. I got so much more out of the book than I did a long time ago. So I’m going to reread Flaubert’s Madame Bovary and Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina. I’m sure I will get a different perspective for these books. Thanks to the free classics on Kindle, I get to read books that I most likely would not have even purchased. For people who love to read, I highly recommend rereading some classics (and they are free).
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