Tag: 3 Days, 3 Quotes. Day 3

Books, Novel, Tag

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Hello my lovely friends!

This is it! This is the end of this 3 day tag. I hope you all have enjoyed these short posts that showcase a quote from a book I’ve been enjoying. I’d like to once again, thank Monique @ That Wild Soul for tagging me  and if you still haven’t checked her blog out, you’re really missing out.


THE RULES:

1. Thank the person who nominated you
2. Post a quote for 3 consecutive days (1 quote for each day)
3. Nominate three new bloggers each day


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I just loooove the adjectives, and the way this line rolls off my tongue. Pride and Prejudice became a classic favorite of mine, and I feel as if this is representative of the eloquent language Jane Austen uses throughout the book. Plus, lately, I’ve been on cloud nine, so this describes me perfectly.


I NOMINATE:

Donna @ ChocolatenWaffles

Ola @ Ola Reads Books

The Orangutan Librarian @ The Orangutan Librarian


What did you think of this tag? Are there any pressing quotes you feel you need to share? Let me know in the comments below 🙂

12 thoughts on “Tag: 3 Days, 3 Quotes. Day 3

  1. I am generally not a fan of literature written before the 20th century, though there are some exceptions. Pride and Prejudice is certainly one of them! I have read it at least three times by now and have seen the Keira Knightly movie 10 times. hah
    There are tons of gorgeous sentences filled with memorably delicious adjectives. The language is truly masterful, but what makes the story so special is the characters. Few literary families have felt as real and alive to me as the Bennet family.

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    1. I love both! I think it’s one of the book movie duos that really worked for me.
      I have to agree with everything you say. I feel like a little bit of each character in that family related to me in some way or another.

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