Tuesday's Question- ???

Hello, and welcome to Tuesday's Question! All you have to do,  to, is answer the question, it's fun! 

This week's question is:  If you could step inside of a fictional place in a novel, short story, or movie, what place and what book short story or movie would you choose?  

Okay, I’ll answer first- 

I would like to jump into one of Jay Gatsby's parties in The Great Gatsby

In addition, I would love to jump into the book Charlotte’s Web and watch the main character, Charlotte, a spider, spin brilliant words in her web in an effort to convince the Zuckerman family that Wilbur, -Her friend and the farms pig- is special.  

I love the scene in the movie too, but E.B. Whites effortless storytelling is sensational in the book. 

Now...it's your turn...I cannot wait to read your answers and thank you for visiting A Nice Place In The Sun.  Have a happy day!  

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Sandee said...

This one is harder than you think. I can think of a couple of movies I'd love to see for real. Gone With The Wind and The Shining. Books? Can't think of anything off hand. What a fun question.

Have a fabulous day, Annie. Big hug to you and tons of scritches to Simon. ♥♥♥

aniceplaceinthesun.blogspot.com said...

Thank you my dear friend! Yes, Gone With The Wind would be a good one and The Shining....but, I don't know The Shining might be too spooky. You're braver than I.

Great answers! You have a fabulous day too and Simon says thank you for the scritches. All I do is brush and bath him...He likes your scritches better.

Big hug back to you-

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