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My Private Library Essay

766 words - 3 pages

Just like waking up in the morning and inhaling my first conscious-breath of the day, reading is something essential to me. As I child, I used to dream of having my own and private reading place where I would sit and spend my whole day reading my favorite books without any disturbance. Thanks to my dreams, I now have a wonderful private library in my house. This place is not similar to any other ordinary library but a mini place where you can find a massive number of interesting books of different varieties.
Before you come into my library, you will have to obey a simple rule which is not that difficult to follow. Well, it is to be loaded with high reading spirit and I bet you that you will have no space in your heart to say good bye to this place. I can assure you on that as I myself experience the same thing everyday before I leave to work.

As I sip my daily morning black coffee from my special coffee mug, I walk into my private library which has an automatic opening and a small hall as we enter. Just beside the couch which is in the hall, there is a mini map on the types of book shelves in the library and what type of reading materials can be found there. Mainly, there are 5 sections, which are the magazine section, daily newspaper section, novel section, the encyclopedia shelves and reading materials for my kids such as short stories and poems.

First of all, I would like to begin with my favourite section which is the novel section. This is the place where I spend most of my time, let it be before or after work when there are no more chores to be done. As I come back from office as early as 3 p.m., I have my bath and guess what? I will pick a book from my novel collection and try my best to finish reading it before the next day. There are about 598 novels in this section which includes the best ever novels written such as Blood Meridian by Cormac McCarthy.
Brideshead Revisited by Evelyn Waugh, The Bridge of San Luis Rey by Thornton Wilder
and Call It Sleep by Henry Roth. Somewhat I feel that novels don?t only give me inspiration in my writing skills but it also helps me a lot in my personal life where, it...

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