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Five Books that Build Bridges when you get to University

When you get to college, you’ll meet a lot of new people. What’s the best way to build bridges? Pull out something you have in common: one of these books!
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Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare

His works are evergreen, which is why, four hundred years after his death; students around the world still read his plays. Odds are if you went through the Indian schooling system, you studied Julius Caesar, the story of the Roman Triumvirate’s fall and the consequent rise of his nephew, Octavius. The play is filled with memorable lines, as most Shakespeare plays are, the most famous probably being ‘Friends, Romans, countrymen’, which opens Mark Antony’s elegy to his dead friend and ‘Et tu Brute?’, Caesar’s anguished cry to his beloved, backstabbing Brutus.

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