Recognize these books that all have over 1,000 pages?
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Leave your guesses in the comment section until Sunday.
1. “Do you see over yonder, friend Sancho, thirty or forty hulking giants? I intend to do battle with them and slay them.” Don Quixote
2. “Jean Valjean had this peculiarity, that he might be said to carry two knapsacks; in one he had the thoughts of a saint, in the other the formidable talents of a convict. He helped himself from one or the other as occasion required.” Les Miserables
3.War and Peach (Tolstoy) 4.The Fiery Cross (Gabaldon) 5. Shantaram (Roberts) 6. And the Ladies of the Club (Santmyer) 7. It (King) 8. Imfinite Jest (Wallace) 9. The Executioner’s Song (Mailer) 10. Gone with the Wind (Mitchell)
Answers to last week’s James Garner quiz here.