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It's easy for classic works of literature to become casualties of always-on modern life. You keep meaning to crack them open and improve your mind, but ...
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Pictionary fans will like this one.
The name of the game is to guess the famous book title from the graphic.
But, if you want to "play the game" DON'T click the button that says "Show As List." It shows all the answers, and only people who cheat at Solitaire and then get all excited because they won, would do that. Right?
But, the first challenge you'll face, is figuring out how to show only the answer to graphic you've made a guess about to see if you were right before going on to the next one.
Oh yes, an the article is also interesting. Check out the link to the first book written entirely in Emoji accepted by the Library of Congress.
HINT: It's actually a translation of a famous book from English to Emoji.
Personally, I might have chosen something a bit less daunting myself for a first effort.
~ http://www.GoogleLitTrips.com ~