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Emily H
14-03-2014 01:16

There are two types of people in the world. Those who like green eggs and ham, and those who do not. Well, three. Those who like green eggs and ham. Those who do not And those who like green eggs but not ham. It's just ham, not green ham. We should clarify it. Oh, correct, it's also green ham. Anyway, four types of people. Those that hate, those that like, the green egg but not the green hammers, and the green hammers but not the green eggs. Actually, I think there are people who would eat them. There are two types of people in the world. Those who like green eggs and ham, and those who do not. Well, three. Those who like green eggs and ham. Those who do not And those who like green eggs but not ham. It's just ham, not green ham. We should clarify it. Oh, correct, it's also green ham. Anyway, four types of people. Those that hate, those that like, the green egg but not the green hammers, and the green hammers but not the green eggs. Actually, I think there are people who would eat them with a fox, but not in a box. And some who would eat them with a fox, in a box, in a train, but not with a goat. So, there are many types of people in the world. Dr. Seuss invents diversity. Congratulations. Actually, the book deals with the key existential issue in the 20th and 21st centuries. Green food, yes or no, and under what conditions. It's a metaphor of where a man ... or a woman ... or something called Sam ... draws the line. Where the people, where will you draw that line? Green eggs and ham (green) is an encryption for our age, an antithesis of jejune, a whirlwind of increasing complexity in which we pour our souls and face face to face with the naked question: shall we try them? Try them and we can, I say. Seuss offers us a question in black and white and green: do we like them? But this becomes shades of gray (green), we are crippled with the choice, seduced by the rhythm, shocked by the goat. In the end, my friends, there are only two types of people. Those who press the 'Like' button in my review of Huevos Verdes and Jamón, and those that stink. Join my newsletter number of 3 emails a year ... ... more

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Category - Classics
- Humor
- Beginner Readers
Brand Random House
ISBN 0545002850
EAN 9780394800165
MPN ING0394800168
AR level1.5
AR quiz number9021
AR quiz points0.5
AuthorDr. Seuss
CharactersSam-I-Am
Grade levelPre-K - 2
Guided reading levelJ
IllustratorDr. Seuss
ImprintRandom House Books for Young Readers
LanguageEnglish
Lexile level210
Original titleGreen Eggs and Ham
Pages72
Publish DateJune 1960
PublisherRandom House Books for Young Readers
Reading levelAges 3-7
SubjectHumorous stories (Children's/YA)General fiction (Children's/YA)
Type of bookFiction
Year published1960

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