Share Your Thoughts on the Books That Shaped America
The Library of Congress recently launched a new exhibition about Books That Shaped America. It features influential books that were written by Americans, such as:
- The Catcher in the Rye
- The Great Gatsby
- To Kill a Mockingbird
- Little Women
- Uncle Tom’s Cabin
Currently, there are 88 books on the list and the Library of Congress hopes you will select the ones that you think shaped America and touched your life the most. They also want you to nominate books that you think are important, but aren’t on the list.
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