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Best Descriptive Fiction

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I. Ryan Posted: Tue, Nov 2 2010 1:39 PM

I have a totally random question.

And maybe somebody here can help me.

What would you consider the best "descriptive" fiction books?

I want a short list of the fiction books which managed to give you the clearest, most vivid images of what you think that the author was trying to explain. I don't necessarily mean that I want a list of the most descriptive fiction books, like the ones which simply include the most detail; I want a list of the fiction books which raised the clearest, most vivid images in your minds.

If I wrote it more than a few weeks ago, I probably hate it by now.

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1. Comic books

2. D H Lawrence

3. P G Wodehouse

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