©James Cummins Bookseller via CNN
- Which do you prefer, fiction or nonfiction books? Why?
- How often do you visit a bookstore?
- reflect /ri-FLEKT/
- sophisticated /suh-FIS-ti-key-tid /
- handwriting /HAND-rahy-ting/
- classic /KLAS-ik/
- literature /LIT-er-uh-cher/
[verb] – to show, express, or be a sign of something
This book reflects the Indonesian culture.
[verb] – very complex,
This song has sophisticated lyrics.
[noun] – the particular way in which someone forms letters with a pen or pencil
Dorian’s handwriting is light and clear.
[noun] – a piece of writing, a musical recording, or a film that is well known and of a high standard and lasting value
Sally enjoys reading classics.
[noun] – written artistic works, especially those with a high and lasting artistic value
I spent 2 hours studying French literature.
“They wrote adventure stories, dramas, and verse in hand-made manuscript books filled with tiny handwriting intended to resemble print,” the release says. “Just think of the Brontë children telling and writing stories among themselves, learning at home in a remote village, and then blossoming, briefly, to write the books that have been read by millions ever since, and also leaving behind hand-made things such as this manuscript,” said Wessells. Brontë and her sisters Emily and Anne wrote some of the most beloved classics in English literature, including “Jane Eyre” (1847), “Wuthering Heights” (1847), and “The Tenant of Wildfell Hall” (1948).
- At what age did Charlotte Brontë write the manuscript?
- How much is the price of the manuscript?
- How many pages does it have?
- Who are Charlotte’s sisters?
- What are some of the classics that they wrote?
- What is your favorite book? Would you recommend this book to others?
- Who are some popular authors in your country? Please tell me something about them.
- If you could travel back in time, when and where would you go?
- Do you think Charlotte Brontë’s “A Book of Ryhmes” should be translated into other languages?
- In your opinion, why is poetry important in our world today?