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All the Books on Your English Syllabus Summed Up in Pie Charts: Part 2

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It’s hard to be a student nowadays. There’s homework all the time, your parents can’t help you with math because of the Common Core, and you learned cursive in third grade for literally no reason. That’s a lot to deal with. Throw in the fact that you have to finish reading Catch-22 by next week, and you might as well drop out now. Just leave town. Change your name. Start a new life.

But it doesn’t have to be that way. We can help you. Not with those first three things, obviously, but the bit with the books? We’ve got you covered. I don’t know if you’ve heard, but we made a whole website about it, and now we’re summing up all the books on your English syllabus in pie charts for no reason other than it’s slightly helpful but mostly funny. 

We did it once before, and now we’re back for round two. Are you ready?

Topics: Books
Tags: great expectations, to kill a mockingbird, frankenstein, catcher in the rye, the importance of being earnest, les miserables, les mis, pie charts, catch 22, tl;dr, tkam

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Elodie

In real life, she goes by the name Courtney Gorter. This is a closely guarded secret, and you're the only one who knows about it, so be cool. You can follow her on Twitter or check out her website if you want, but it's just going to be a lot of complaining.

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