Classics Club List [0/100]

My List so far, It may change ocassionally 🙂


Anonymous – Beowulf

Alcott, Louisa May – Little Women

Austen, Jane – Emma

Austen, Jane – MansfieldPark

Austen, Jane – Northanger Abbey

Austen, Jane – Persuasion

Austen, Jane – Pride and Prejudice

Austen, Jane – Sense and Sensibility


Barrie, J. M. – Peter Pan

Bradbury, Ray – Fahrenheit 451
Bronte, Anne – Agnes Grey

Bronte, Charlotte – Jane Eyre

Bronte, Emily – WutheringHeights

Bulgakov, Mikhail – The Master and Margarita

Burnett, Frances Hodgson – The SecretGarden


Carroll, Lewis – Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland

Cervantes, Miguel de – Don Quixote

Chopin, Kate – The Awakening

Cleland, John – Fanny Hill


Defoe, Daniel – Robinson Crusoe

Dickens, Charles – A Christmas Carol

Dickens, Charles – A Tale of Two Cities

Dickens, Charles – Bleak House

Dickens, Charles – David Copperfield

Dickens, Charles – Hard Times

Dickens, Charles – Little Dorrit

Dickens, Charles – Oliver Twist

Dickens, Charles – Our Mutual Friend

Dickens, Charles – The Old Curiosity Shop

Dostoyevsky, Fyodor – Crime and Punishment

Doyle, Sir Arthur Conan – The Complete Sherlock Holmes

Dumas, Alexandre – The Count of Monte Cristo

Dumas, Alexandre – The Three Musketeers


Eliot, George – Adam Bede

Eliot, George – Middlemarch


Faulkner, William – As I Lay Dying

Faulkner, William – The Sound and the Fury

Faulkner, William – The Wild Palms

Fitzgerald, F. Scott – The Great Gatsby

Flaubert, Gustav – Madame Bovary

Fowles, John – The French Lieutenant’s Woman

Frank, Anne – The Diary of a Young Girl


Gaskell, Elizabeth – Cranford

Gaskell, Elizabeth – North and South

Gaskell, Elizabeth – The Life of Charlotte Bronte

Gaskell, Elizabeth – Wives and Daughters

Grimm, The Brothers – The Complete Fairy Tales

Golding, William – Lord of the Flies


Hardy, Thomas – Tess of the D’Urbervilles

Hardy, Thomas – The Return of the Native

Hawthorne, Nathaniel – The Scarlet Letter

Hemingway, Ernest – The Old Man and the Sea

Heyer, Georgette – Any of her Georgian & Regency novels

Hill, Susan – The Woman in Black

Hugo, Victor – Les Miserables

Hugo, Victor – The Hunchback of Notre Dame

Huxley, Aldous – Brave New World


Janes, Henry – The Portrait of a Lady

Joyce, James – A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man

Joyce, James – Ulysses


Lee, Harper – To Kill A Mockingbird

Leroux, Gaston – The Phantom of the Opera

Lewis, C. S. – The Chronicles of Naria


Maugham, W. Somerset – Of Human Bondage

Melville, Herman – Moby Dick

Mitchell, Margaret – Gone With the Wind


Nabokov, Vladimir – Lolita


Orwell, George – 1984

Orwell, George – Animal Farm


Parker, Dorothy – The Portable Dorothy Parker

Plath, Sylvia – The Bell Jar

Poe, Edgar Allen – Essential Tales and Poems of Edgar Allen Poe


Rand, Ayn – Atlas Shrugged

Rand, Ayn – The Fountainhead

Richardson, Samuel – Clarissa


Salinger, J. D. – Franny and Zooey

Salinger, J. D. – Raise High the Roof Beam, Carpenters

Shakespeare, William – Anthony and Cleopatra

Shakespeare, William – Julius Caesar

Shakespeare, William – Much Ado About Nothing

Shakespeare, William – Romeo and Juliet

Shakespeare, William – The Tempest

Shelley, Mary – Frankenstein

Steinbeck, John – East of Eden

Stevenson, Louis – Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

Stoker, Bram – Dracula

Swift, Jonathon – Gulliver’s Travels


Thackeray,William Makepeace – Vanity Fair

Tolkien, J. R. R. – The Fellowship of the Ring

Tolkien, J. R. R. – The Two Towers

Tolkien, J. R. R. – The Return of the King

Tolstoy, Leo – Anna Karenina

Tolstoy, Leo – War and Peace

Twain, Mark – Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

Twain, Mark – The Adventures of Tom Sawyer


Wells, H. G. – The War of the Worlds

Whitman, Walt – Leaves of Grass

Wilde, Oscar – The Picture of Dorian Gray

Woolf, Virginia – Mrs. Dalloway


Zola, Emile – Germinal

{Edited May 14,2013}


9 thoughts on “Classics Club List [0/100]

  1. You have plenty of good reading ahead of you with this list. A few of them Re ones I’ve really enjoyed like The Awakening.

    Ps thanks for just signing up to follow my blog. Hope we keep up the conversations.

  2. Thanks for the follow! Looks like we’ve got a bunch of the same books on our classics club list! Have you read any of the books on your list, or are they all new to you?

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