I've been very interested in challenges lately, and I myself have joined several of them, and still, am planning to join more. But that's another business.
I have always loved narrative poems. I do, I like them. But somehow reading narrative poems is more challenging than reading normal poems or normal narratives. Looking at my TBR list, there are many narrative poems that I promise to read, both from the Classic Club's Project, and also from my own curiosity.
So, to share the joy of reading narrative poems, I'd like to propose a challenge: What about reading narrative poems in 2013?
I know that some of you must have joined several reading challenges by now. It can be hectic, reading all those book in a year. To make sure that everybody has fun instead of burden, instead of giving a number of poems you have to finish, I'd just give the levels of reading. Feel free to read just as much as you can. The point of all this is having fun, anyway.
Levels of reading:
- Homer (< 4 narrative poems)
- Orpheus (5 – 8 narrative poems)
- Muses (9 – 12 narrative poems)
- Apollo (> 12 narrative poems)
- You don't have to follow this blog to participate (though I would love it if you do).
- The challenge will start on January 2013 and end on December 2013.
- Only narrative poems will be counted. If it's just a good poem, but not a narrative poem, it doesn't count (though I would happily read your reviews about poems).
- The length of the poems may vary, from long epics such as Illiad and Odyssey to Poe's The Raven. Don't worry about it. If you read a collection of narrative poems, you may write a review for each poem or as a group of it. But please put all reviews in the master post that will come later on.
- Please put the button in your blog.
- You don't have to choose your books now, so have fun along the year.
- Please sign up through the Linky below.