Covid-19 Cover Story Update

Since Middlemarch is almost here again I thought I would make a few updates to my Covid-19 Cover Story.

Since I have been sheltering in place at home among my books. I decided to tell a story using book covers.

I had a few rules for this story.

First, the cover must come from my Penguin Popular Classics collection.

Second, the title can be a little bit of a stretch, but not too much.

Third, it must be a book that I have read.

So here is my Covid-19 Cover Story.

Middlemarch, George Elliot, Covid-19 Cover StoryIn Middlemarch

The Professor, Charlotte Bronte, Covid-19 Cover StoryThe Professor

Hard Times, Charles Dickens, Covid-19 Cover Storyin response to the Hard Times

The Warden, Anthony Trollope, Covid-19 Cover Storyfollowed the decrees of The Warden

Bleak House, Charles Dickens, Covid-19 Cover Storyto shelter in place in his Bleak House

Thomas Hardy, Far from the Madding Crowd, Covid-19 Cover StoryFar from the Madding Crowd.

Robinson Crusoe, Daniel Defoe, Covid-19 Cover StoryAt times I have felt like Robinson Crusoe,

Great Expectations, Charles Dickens, Covid-19 Cover Storybut now again there are Great Expectations

Sense and Sensibility, Jane Austen, Covid-19 Cover Storythat Sense and Sensibility will prevail,

Man in the Iron Mask, Alexadre Dumas, Covid-19 Cover Storyand that as people people have been like The Man in the Iron Mask and have worn masks,

Return of the Native, Thomas Hardy, Covid-19 Cover Story The Return of the Native to the office will soon come about as Middlemarch once again approaches.

The Dubliners, James Joyce, Covid-19 Cover StoryHopefully, he will soon be able to work among the Dubliners once again instead of working from home.

The Professor

Covid-19 Cover Story, Penguin Popular Classics, BooksA couple quick notes:

The Professor – I am an adult educator and am known by some as the Professor

The Warden – Federal, State and Local government

Dubliners – The office I work at is in Dublin, California

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