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The Classics Club
2016-2020

Seeing so many co-bookbloggers doing this, and considering the number of classics in my TBR, I succumbed!
Women authors (in purple) are for the Women’s Classic Literature Event 2016 – I plan the first 4 for this year

I’m giving myself 5 years. Here is what I plan to read – click on the titles in bold to access my reviews

  1. Le temps retrouvé, by Marcel Proust – read, upcoming review
  2. Inferno, by Dante Alighieri
  3. Purgatorio, by Dante Alighieri read, upcoming review
  4. Paradiso, by Dante Alighieri – read, upcoming review
  5. L’étranger, by Albert Camus (re-read) read, in connection with this book
  6. The Wizard of Earthsea, by Ursula K. Le Guin
  7. Death Comes for the Archbishop, by Willa Cather 
  8. The Poisoned Crown by Maurice Druon
  9. A Tree Grows in Brooklyn, by Betty Smith – read, upcoming review
  10. The Secret of the Old Clock, by Carolyn Keene
  11. Gaspard, Melchior & Balthazar, by Michel Tournier
  12. The Pilgrim’s Progress, by John Bunyan – read, upcoming review
  13. The Phantom of the Opera, by Gaston Leroux
  14. Three Men in a Boat, by Jerome K. Jerome
  15. La vie mode d’emploi, by Georges Perec
  16. Whose Body? by Dorothy L. Sayers
  17. The Hound of the Baskervilles, Arthur Conan Doyle
  18. The Moonstone, by Wilkie Collins
  19. Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? by Philip K. Dick
  20. My Cousin Rachel, by Daphne du Maurier
  21. Paradise Lost, by John Milton – currently reading
  22. Paradise Regained, by John Milton
  23. Arsène Lupin, by Maurice Leblanc
  24. The Sound and the Fury, by William Faulkner
  25. Tender is the Night, by F. Scott Fitzgerald
  26. Travels With Charley, by John Steinbeck
  27. The Face of Another, by Kobo Abe
  28. Moderato Cantabile, by Marguerite Duras
  29. The Baron in the Trees, by Italo Calvino
  30. Solaris, by Stanislas Lem
  31. A Moveable Feast, by Ernest Hemingway
  32. Childhood’s End, by Arthur C. Clarke
  33. Fantômas, by Marcel Allain
  34. Walden, by Henry David Thoreau
  35. To the Lighthouse, by Virginia Woolf
  36. A Streetcar Named Desire, by Tennessee Williams
  37. Charlotte’s Web, by E. B. White
  38. Satantango, by Laszlo Krasznahorkai
  39. We, by Yevgeny Zamyatin
  40. The Martian Chronicles, by Ray Bradbury
  41. Love in the Time of Cholera, by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
  42. Leaves of Grass, by Walt Whitman
  43. Le dictionnaires des idées reçues, by Gustave Flaubert
  44. The Castle of Otranto, by Horace Walpole
  45. North and South, by Elizabeth Gaskell
  46. Oblomov, by Ivan Goncharov
  47. Xingu, by Edith Wharton
  48. Confusion, by Stefan Zweig
  49. The Dream  of the Red Chamber, by Cao Xueqin
  50. Kusamakura, by Natsume Soseki

Between 2016-2020, I also read:

51. The Screwtape Letters, by C. S. Lewis
52. The Lottery, by Shirley Jackson

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OUT OF THESE 50,
HOW MANY HAVE YOU READ?

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