Once upon a time… in Hollywood by Quentin Tarantino, The Famous Five by Enid Blyton Animals by Emma Jane Unsworth: Margot Robbie reveals she’s always found reading an incredible form of escapism. These are just a few of her favorite book titles that the Australian-born actress and producer shared during the Rendez-vous Littéraires Rue Cambon by Chanel, a project presented by the French Maison during which celebrities talk about some of their favorite books. The brand ambassador, during the eight-minute video episode “In the library with …”, revealed some of her favorite books and her reading rituals. As a child she used to read in the top of a tree, now on a mezzanine in her reading corner with a cup of tea. But what, then, are the inevitable ones in Margot Robbie’s library? From the fantastic world of Tolkien in the book “The Hobbit” to that of Harry Potter in JK Rowling’s book saga, the choices are varied.
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During the interview with Chanel, Robbie said that today her reading is influenced by her profession, therefore linked to the world of cinema. The meaning, power and weight of words indeed have a different role in reading her, where a small change is enough to change the sense of the plot. Philosophical novels, stories of love and friendship are the categories that Margot Robbie prefers. Here are four of her favorite books, revealed by the Australian actress during her chat with the French fashion house.
Four Favorite Books by Margot Robbie
To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee
The book, discovered during her school years, that Margot Robbie never tires of reading. Her dog’s name, Boo Radley, is named after one of the characters in Lee’s story.
The Sun Also Rises by Ernest Hemingway
Discovered at the age of eighteen, this book was the actress’ travel companion during her experience in the Spanish city of Pamplona.
The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom
The philosophical novel that Margot Robbie loves the most.
Easy Riders, Raging Bulls by Peter Biskind
An addition to the list of recently read favorite books is this one, a story set in the seventies that has deeply captured the interest of the actress.