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Most useful books in the english language?

Totentanz Yousceff
What are they?
Ilya Ovsyannikov
Harry Potter
Totentanz Yousceff
I said Language))))))))))))))))
Albina Khaydarova
There are a lot f them / It depends on your tastes
Totentanz Yousceff
there are alot and you could not mention one of them?!!!!!
Albina Khaydarova
What about English and American classic literature?
Totentanz Yousceff
I like Dickens and Poe,you know Shakespeare is so hard
Albina Khaydarova
Galsworthy, Maugham, Thakery
Anne Tyler
Alla Avtonycheva
O.Wilde: plays & fairy tales;
L.Carrol: Alice in Wonderland
I.Murdoch: Red & Green; Ian McEwan : Atonement
Zelimkhan Irbagiev
I like Dickens too
Vladimir Belikov
By the way, a very similar discussion thread in this group:

There is no such thing as the most useful book. You can'l learn English with one book only. You'll need at least a hundred books of different kinds (including really bad ones) before you know English.
Totentanz Yousceff
11.I don't think so,there is some books are only emitations of the good ones,and let us not forget the factor of time.
I agree with you that you can not learn from one book,and you can't also learn from all of them,some books are really waste of time
Sergio Del-Carpio
Reader's digest...well, is not a book, but it's really a very good source to learn english. They use normal words (not so much difficult ones, like in some books), and also keep you updated and entertained. Also the dictionary)))
Dominika Safyanova
Shakespear or Carolyn Keene, Jack London,Oscar Wilde.
Gary Gardner
You'll think I'm nuts for saying this, but you can't go wrong learning English vocabulary and writing style from Edgar Rice Burroughs' Tarzan and John Carter of Mars books. Burroughs was a wonderful writer, with a wonderfully descriptive style, and used a lot of 'big' words. I read all his books when I was in my early teens.
Gary Gardner
Another great writer in English, even though she was Russian, was Ayn Rand. Her 'Atlas Shrugged' and 'Fountainhead' are continued bestsellers in the US, 50 years after they were written.
Apollonia Vlasova
All Brontes, Thomas Hardy, Agatha Christie

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