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Summer reading list 2013: "What Would Seniors Read?"

 

Every summer, The Library and College Writing Programs distribute to new freshmen a list of recommended books.  This isn't required reading, but rather a great list of titles suggested as a way of welcoming incoming students to the intellectual life of the university. This year we decided to try something different and asked seniors to share their wisdom. Their recommended reading includes both classic works and contemporary classics: novels, nonfiction, and poetry. Your departing peers chose these books because they have enjoyed and been strongly affected by them, and they think you would enjoy them too. There?s almost certainly something here to catch your interest.
The selections have been posted on Moffitt Library's Facebook site, where you can see what others think of these works and leave your own comments.

Every summer, The Library and College Writing Programs distribute to new freshmen a list of recommended books.  This isn't required reading, but rather a great list of titles suggested as a way of welcoming incoming students to the intellectual life of the university. This year we decided to try something different and asked seniors to share their wisdom. Their recommended reading includes both classic works and contemporary classics: novels, nonfiction, and poetry. There?s almost certainly something here to catch your interest!

The selections have been posted on Moffitt Library's Facebook site, where you can see what others think of these works and leave your own comments.

 

May 01, 2013 | Categories: Library News | admin

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