The first was Dante’s Inferno, which I started reading during the feb break, but school got in the way of finishing it, so I never got around to finishing it. It’s still kicking around my HD somewhere.
But the first one I finished was The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. It would have been better had I (and probably everone else in the literate world) known that
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Dr. Jeckyl and Mr Hyde were the same person
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but it was still mildly interesting, there was really no point reading it, as the ending was spoilt for me by society in General.
So now I’m looking for a new Gutenberg to read. (?Suggestions?)
FYI MS word is a Bi*** to use to read these things. MS word has a phobia of inserting a chart right in the middle of a paragraph w/o inserting a line break (god help you if you try to delete that line break), I created my own Macro to avoid this problem, any it worked about 80% of the time. I liked putting charts in while I read the book because now if and when I read the book again, the words I had to use the dictionary (right on the computer and very easy to use, much easy that a real dictionary) for will be there.