1001 books to read

Ballad for Georg Henig — Viktor Paskov The Breast — Philip Roth Castle Richmond — Anthony Trollope Fear Of Flying — Erica Jong Far, far shorter, it is nevertheless cram packed with the fevered wanderings of a protagonist whose own fate he fumbles daily.

The Bell Jar — Sylvia Plath She — H Rider Haggard A Farewell to Arms — Ernest Hemingway Cecilia — Fanny Burney A Sentimental Journey — Laurence Sterne Women in Love — D.

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Camera Obscura — Hildebrand Perhaps on the second reading it will change my life. Born In Exile — George Gissing The Golden Notebook — Doris Lessing Pepita Jimenez - Valera Rosshalde — Herman Hesse Michael Kohlhaas — Heinrich Von Kleist Eugene Onegin — Alexander Pushkin Excellent Women — Barbara Pym Midaq Alley — Naguib Mahfouz The Manor — Isaac Bashevis Singer The Bethrothed — Alessandro Manzoni The Days of Sodom — Marquis de Sade The Shining — Stephen King A Hero for our Times - Lermontov The Third Wedding — Costas Taktsis Under the Yoke — Ivan Vazov Rashomon — Akutagawa Ryunosuke So, it comes as a nice surprise that Rabbit, Run, the first in the series, turns out to actually be a well-crafted novel exploring the crises that occur in the minds of men who are too old to have earned a mid-life crisis.

Growth of the Soil — Knut Hamsen In fact, Holgrave himself appears to change his mind near the end of the story, saying of a certain house that it should have been built of stone rather than wood so that it could last longer.

Simon remains convinced for pretty much the rest of our tedious literary journey that he is human. The Twilight Years — Sawako Ariyoshi The Red and the Black — Stendhal Sister Carrie — Theodore Dreiser The Interesting Narrative — Olaudah Equiano Tarka the Otter — Henry Williamson Moll Flanders — Daniel Defoe Dangerous Liaisons — Pierre Choderlos de Laclos The Guide — R.

The Enchanted Wanderer — Nicolai Leskov 0 Green Henry — Gottfried Keller. My suggestions are generally limited to books I remember from my own childhood or ones I read to my kids when they were little.

Children's Books has broadened my repertoire. Mark Haddon's The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time features a narrator with Asperger syndrome.

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The books are organized by year of publication in century chapters. Most of the books, all novels, are given a half page outline including remarks about the author.

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The Complete Checklist: Must-Read Books Our Greatest Books for Kids list spans a variety of ages and genres, so there’s something for everyone. Print out this checklist and make it yours: Mark the books you’ve shared with your children or they have read, star family favorites, and highlight.

Happy National Reading Month! To celebrate, start working your way through this list of Books To Read in a Lifetime, as voted on and ranked by users of Goodreads, the largest book recommendation site on the web.

Amazon, which owns Goodreads, had its editors agonize over their own list, but the two turned out very different. I read the book firstly because I’ve been wanting to for a while now but I was also rushed by the fact that I hate having books spoiled for me, even in small ways.

With all the chatter surrounding the movie, I wanted to read it for myself before I saw or heard something that I would wish that I hadn’t.

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