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Reading a book/novel in first person - very helpful

For learning a language reading a book in the first person narrative is very helpful (for me) as most books are written in 3rd person.

Some common familiar novels in first person for example, can be the Spanish edition of known works such as:

Catcher in the Rye
Moby Dick
To Kill a Mocking Bird

Or recent autobiographies such as "I am Malala."
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