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Classic Novels?

Does anyone have any good Classic Novels recommendations?

Or as my AP LIt teachers says novels written by Dead White Guys?


"I touch her cheek to slow the kiss down, holding her mouth on mine so I can feel every place where our lips touch and every place where they pull away. I savor the air we share in the second afterwards and the slip of her nose across mine. I think of something to say, but it is too intimate, so I swallow it. A moment later I decide I don’t care."
— Veronica Roth-Allegiant

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"I wish we were alone," I say as I back out of the cell.

She smiles. “I almost always wish that.”

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— Veronica Roth-Allegiant

"Yes,” she says, her eyes bright with tears. “My dear child, you’ve done so well."
— Veronica Roth-Allegiant

"My parents did love each other. Enough to forsake plans and factions. Enough to defy “faction before blood.” Blood before faction—no, love before faction, always."
— Veronica Roth-Allegiant

"People talk about the pain of grief, but I don’t know what they mean. To me, grief is a devastating numbness, every sensation dulled."
— Veronica Roth-Allegiant

"I love you” I say.
“I love you, too” he says. “I’ll see you soon."
— Veronica Roth- Allegiant

"I didn’t know that idiocy caused people to just start spontaneously bleeding from the nose."
— Veronica Roth-Allegiant

"Pride is what killed Al, and it is the flaw in every Dauntless heart. It is in mine."
— Veronica Roth, Allegiant

"I belong to the people I love, and they belong to me—they, and the love and loyalty I give them, form my identity far more than any word or group ever could."
— Veronica Roth-Allegiant