Summer Reading: The Mandatory

Piece of Caustic

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I’ve got a proper blog post in mind, but it will require some time and some careful gathering of my emotions, so for the sake of my post-weekly goal, I thought I’d let you know what I’ve been busy with this summer!

In the middle: Behold the great AP US History textbook, of which the first nine chapters are required (and sadly, not yet begun).

Surrounding that: My AP Language and Composition assignments.  The Great Gatsby and Reading Lolita in Tehran were indisputable requirements, while Superfreakonomics and Complications were my two choices out of four books.

So far, I’ve only read Gatsby and Superfreakonomics (talk about procrastination–my school year restarts September 3rd!)  The Great Gatsby was very beautiful, while Superfreakonomics was very out of my league yet interesting and informative.

“If it wasn’t for the mist we could see your house across the bay,” said Gatsby…

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