What was the worst book you had to read for school?Watch
And were there any that you read in school and actually enjoyed?
Best: The Great Gatsby was a personal favourite of mine! :P
Wasn't too keen on Romeo or Juliet or Macbeth.
But my favourite has to be a Doll's House from A2. I will be studying at uni I believe which is great!
Alan Bennett's History Boys was just awful
Call me benighted but I'd be lying if I said I ever enjoyed any Shakespeare
OTOH Great Gatsby was my personal favourite I've read that book thrice, followed by Of Mice and Men which I got full marks in GCSE.
Of mice and men (GCSE) really ignited my passion for English and made my decision to take it at A level.
Heart of Darkness was probably the the most ******* decision my English teacher made. It was so complex and several pupils didn't like that it had the "n" word several times throughout the book, was a bit awks reading it in class.
Really did not enjoy the book, but it's amazing how true AN is to Conrad's original.
Total, total tripe. It had no plot, it was just a load of random waffly anecdotes about her childhood.
i like 1984, of mice and men, a streetcar named desire & hamlet was okay. oh and macbeth.