Student Poll: What was your favorite book in literature and why?

Isabella Rinald and Kaelyn Tuttle

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This week, we asked students what their favorite story or book they read in a literature class at Dunlap. Here are some of the responses we got.

 

 

Eric Harper, Freshman

“My favorite story was ‘The Cask of Amontillado’, =because I liked the theme of revenge.”

 

 

Megan Turner, Freshman

“I liked “The Necklace” because it was a learning experience to see a selfish person get punished.”

 

 

Imaad Junaidi, Sophomore

“My favorite story was “The Crucible”; it was the most exciting and gave a lot of historical insight.”

 

 

Jason Ripper, Sophomore

“I loved “The Crucible” because someone in my class read it in a very dramatic way.”

 

Anna Heiar, Junior

“My favorite story was “The Great Gatsby”; I liked the symbolism, and I enjoyed the plot.”

 

Anya Porter, Junior

“I enjoyed “The Great Gatsby” because of the plot and the era.”

 

Logan Raymond Miller, Senior

“My favorite was “The Outsiders” because of the rivalry explained in it.”

 

Julia Evancho, Senior

“‘Their Eyes Were Watching God” because I enjoyed the main character’s journey into becoming her own person.”

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Student Poll: What was your favorite book in literature and why?