Classics Club

I’ve been looking through a couple of the blogs I follow and the Classics Club keeps popping up.  Admittedly, I haven’t read a lot of the classics and I’d really like to change that. So I’ve joined the Classics Club and decided to challenge myself to read 50 Classics in the span of five years. In theory, I will have read all fifty of these books by September 2, 2018.  Once I’ve finished each classic, I’ll do a little write up of it, and link that write up to this post.

Alcott, Louisa May “Little Women”
Atwood, Margaret “The Handmaiden’s Tale”
Austen, Jane “Pride and Prejudice”
Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury (3/8/2014)
Bronte, Emily “Wuthering Heights”
The Brothers Grimm “101 Fairytales”
Buck, Pearl S “The Good Earth”
Cather, Willa “My Antonia”
Chaucer, Geoffrey “The Canterbury Tales”
Cooper, James Fenimore “The Last of the Mohicans”
Dante “The Divine Comedy”
De Cervantes, Miguel “Don Quixote”
Dickens, Charles “Oliver Twist”
Dickens, Charles “A Tale of Two Cities”
Dostoyevsky, Fyodor “Crime and Punishment”
Doyle, Arthur Conan “The Complete Works of Sherlock Holmes”
Dreiser, Theodore “An American Tragedy”
Dumas, Alexandre “The Man in the Iron Mask”
Faulkner, William “The Sound and the Fury”
Flaubert, Gustave “Madame Bovary”
Fuller, Sam “The Big Red One”
Goldman, William “The Princess Bride”
Hemingway, Ernest “For Whom the Bell Tolls”
Homer “The Iliad”
Homer “The Odyssey”
Hugo, Victor “Les Miserables”
Leroux, Gaston “The Phantom of the Opera”
Marquez, Gabriel Garcia “Love in the Time of Cholera”
Melville, Herman “Moby Dick”
Milton, John “Paradise Lost”
Mitchell, Margaret “Gone with the Wind”
Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov (2/20/2014)
1984 by George Orwell (2/21/2014)
Paton, Alan “Cry, Beloved Country”
Plath, Sylvia “The Bell Jar”
Rawls, Wilson “Where the Red Fern Grows”
Shakespeare, William “Much Ado About Nothing”
Frankenstein by Mary Shelley (10/1/2013)
Sinclair, Upton “The Jungle”
Smith, Betty “A Tree Grows in Brooklyn”
Steinbeck, John “The Pearl”
Stoker, Bram “Dracula”
Stowe, Harriet Beecher “Uncle Tom’s Cabin”
Thoreau, Henry David “Life in the Woods”
Tolkien, J.R.R “The Hobbit”
Tolstoy, Leo “Anna Karenina”
Twain, Mark “Tom Sawyer”
Wells, H.G. “War of the Worlds”
Wilde, Oscar “The Picture of Dorian Gray”


4 thoughts on “Classics Club

    • Thank you! My mom contributed Gone With the Wind since I haven’t seen it. I’ve seen the movie of Little Women, but I didn’t ever read it. I went with classics that I haven’t read/completed for my list. Thank you for stopping by, I appreciate it.

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