My favorite of the four stories that we read was "The Book of Sand." In this story, the narrator makes a decision to get rid of this "Book of Sand." He realized what the book was doing to him and how it was affecting him. He thought about burning it, then decided that a better decision would be to place it in the basement of a library where other books were placed, hoping that it would blend in and not be found. Fortunately, when he returned to find the book again it was gone. I think that it is best that the book disappeared because it was ruining his life. He no longer left the house or…
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- What are the consequences of the suppression of the imagination of the Gradgrind Children? Refers to "In hard times" by Dickens
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