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I love reading YA and will read most anything that goes underneath YA. =)
The Crucible - Arthur Miller, Christopher Bigsby I appreciate well-written allegories, and while The Crucible wasn't amazing, its dialogue was definitely believable and even hilarious at some parts. At other parts, it was a bit dry, but I still enjoyed it nevertheless. Perhaps it is not entirely relevant today, since the Red Scare is over, but themes of the book - relating to hasty accusations and so forth - still exist today of course.