Classic Literature Book list please?

I need to know classic CRITICALLY REVIEWED and what not books such as:

The Great Gatsby

The Catch in the Rye

Of Mice and Men

etc. etc.

List allyou can!

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Okay, get ready. This is a really long list. I have personally read and loved all of these books, and I hope they'll be what you're looking for. Here we go:

    Journey to the Centre of the Earth

    20,000 Leagues Under the Sea

    Around the World in Eighty Days

    (Jules Verne)

    The Lost World

    The Hound of the Baskervilles

    A Study in Scarlet

    The Valley of Fear

    The Poison Belt

    The Land of Mist

    When the World Screamed

    The Disintegration Machine

    Beyond the City

    (Arthur Conan Doyle)

    A Midsummer Night's Dream

    Hamlet

    Romeo and Juliet

    Julius Caesar

    Othello

    Much Ado About Nothing

    (William Shakespeare)

    The Magician's Nephew

    The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe

    The Horse and His Boy

    Prince Caspian

    The Voyage of the Dawn Treader

    The Silver Chair

    The Last Battle

    (C.S. Lewis)

    The Hobbit

    The Lord of the Rings Trilogy

    (J.R.R. Tolkien)

    The Scarlet Letter

    The House of Seven Gables

    (Nathaniel Hawthorne)

    The Garden of Eden

    For Whom the Bell Tolls

    To Have and Have Not

    The Sun Also Rises

    A Farewell to Arms

    Across the River and Into the Trees

    The Old Man and the Sea

    Islands in the Stream

    (Ernest Hemingway)

    Sense and Sensibility

    Pride and Prejudice

    Northanger Abbey

    Emma

    (Jane Austen)

    The Green Dwarf

    Shirley

    Jane Eyre

    The Professor

    (Charlotte Brontë)

    Wuthering Heights

    (Emily Brontë)

    Agnes Grey

    The Tenant of Wildfell Hall

    (Anne Brontë)

    Nicholas Nickelby

    The Pickwick Papers

    Old Curiosity Shop

    Cricket on the Hearth

    Bleak House

    Hard Times

    Little Doritt

    A Tale of Two Cities

    (Charles Dickens)

    Gulliver's Travels

    A Modest Proposal

    (Jonathan Swift)

    Frankenstein

    (Mary Shelley)

    Dracula

    (Bram Stoker)

    Anne of Green Gables

    (L.M. Montgomery)

    The Call of the Wild

    White Fang

    The Sea Wolf

    To Build A Fire

    Love of Life

    To the Man on the Trail

    An Odyssey of the North

    The Iron Heel

    Martin Eden

    (Jack London)

    The Man With the Iron Mask

    The Count of Monte Cristo

    The Three Musketeers

    (Alexandre Dumas)

    The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

    The Body Snatcher

    The Bottle Imp

    The Sire de Malétroit's Door

    The Merry Men

    A Lodging for the Night

    The Beach of Falesá

    Young Man With the Cream Tarts

    The Adventure of the Hansom Club

    The Isle of Voices

    Kidnapped

    Treasure Island

    (Robert Louis Stevenson)

    The Jungle

    Babbitt

    (Upton Sinclair)

    The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket

    The Gold Bug

    The Purloined Letter

    (Edgar Allan Poe)

    The Scarlet Pimpernel

    (Baroness Orczy)

    The Swiss Family Robinson

    (Johann David Wyss)

    Tom Sawyer

    The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

    A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court

    A Double-Barreled Detective Story

    The Mysterious Stranger

    The Prince and the Pauper

    (Mark Twain)

    Pygmalion

    An Unsocial Socialist

    Cashel Byron's Profession

    Love Among the Artists

    The Irrational Knot

    Immaturity

    (George Bernard Shaw)

    The Picture of Dorian Gray

    Intentions

    A House of Pomegranates

    Poems in Prose

    Ravenna

    Lady Windermere's Fan

    A Woman of No Importance

    The Importance of Being Earnest

    (Oscar Wilde)

    This Side of Paradise

    The Beautiful and Damned

    Tender Is the Night

    The Last Tycoon

    (F. Scott Fitzgerald)

    And then these books aren't really "classics" but they are well-known, well-received books by acclaimed authors:

    Something Wicked This Way Comes

    The Martian Chronicles

    The Machineries of Joy

    A Medicine For Melancholy

    (Ray Bradbury)

    Towards Zero

    And Then There Were None

    The Mirror Crack'd

    They Do It With Mirrors

    Murder Is Easy

    Sparkling Cyanide

    Evil Under the Sun

    Murder on the Orient Express

    (Agatha Christie)

    And then, just for fun:

    Give War a Chance

    Holidays in Hell

    All the Trouble in the World

    (P.J. O'Rourke)

    Jurassic Park

    The Andromeda Strain

    Congo

    Sphere

    (Michael Crichton)

    Marley and Me

    (John Grogan)

    Whew. If you read all of those, you won't have to ask for a new book for the next several years. It's quite a selection. If not, I at least hope this helps a little. Maybe you could answer my question? http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;_ylt=Ak4ya...

  • 1 decade ago

    The Awakening

    The Grapes of Wrath

    The Three Musketeers

    The Count of Monte Cristo

    A Tale of Two Cities

    Nicholas Nickleby

    Puddin'head Wilson

    The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

    Pride and Prejudice

    Sense and Sensibility

    Persuasion

    Emma

    Fahrenheit 451

    The Power and the Glory

    The Tin Drum

    Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man

    Ullysses

    Portrait of a Lady

    Lord Jim

    Anna Karenina

    Hope this helps.

  • 4 years ago

    The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn long previous With The Wind All Quiet on the Western front liked catch-22 the completed Sherlock Holmes the super Gatsby Invisible guy Lord of the Flies Moby Dick Uncle Tom’s Cabin Wuthering Heights To Kill a Mockingbird

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