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For summer reading i have to chose a fiction book, at 9th grade level or above and a global historial book (not usa) from paleolithic to 1550 AD. For global i have a list:
Dance of the Tiger: a novel of the ice age
Child of Morning
Escape from Egypt
The Murder of Tutankhamen: A True Story
Oedipus Rex
Troy (Adele Geras)
Julius Caesar
Pompeii: a nvel (Robert Harris)
Iliad
Odyssey
Aeneid
The Republic
Across the nightingale floor
Between the dragon and eagle
Life of Pi
Kabul Beauty School
In the Name of God
The Crystal Cave
A Distant Mirror: The Calamitious 14th century
The Midwife's Apprentice
Matilda bones
Dove and Sword: A Novel of Joan of Arc
A World Only lit by Fire
Daughter of Venice
To the Edge of the World
Columbus in the Americas
The Queens of Henry 6th

Also, I do well in both Social Studies and English, so would like both books to be a challenge for me. Thanks so much.

*An idea i had for my english was Fahrenheit 451* Is that good (and about what grade level)???

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  1. The choice has to be with your own interests.

    However, if you limit yourself to before 1550, Fahrenheit 451 does not fit.

    Since I am not familiar with these specific books, I cannot give you information about their difficulty levels.

    I hope this helps a little. Thanks for asking.

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  2. How does Buttercup in The Princess Bride change throughout the book? What are some of her traits?

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