Classics Challenge

This is a list of classics that my sister, friend, and I have challenged each other to read. These are books that we have read and want the others to read or ones that we have been wanting to read. We haven’t set a time limit for this challenge but we are trying to make these books a reading priority in order to work our way through the mist quickly.

I have crossed out all of the books that I have already and will continue to update this page as I read more of the books on the list.

1001 Arabian Nights

Angelou, Maya – I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings

Austen, Jane – Emma

– Northanger Abbey

– Persuasion

– Pride and Prejudice

– Lady Susan

– Sense and Sensibility

Barrie, J.M. – Peter Pan

Bradbury, Ray – Fahrenheit 451

– Something Wicked This Way Comes

Bernard Shaw, George – Pygmalion

Bronte, Anne – The Tenant of Wildfell Hall

Bronte, Charlotte – Jane Eyre

Bronte, Emily – Wuthering Heights

Bunyan, John – The Pilgrim’s Progress

de Cervantes, Miguel – Don Quixote

Collins, Wilkie – The Woman in White

– The Moonstone

Dickens, Charles – A Christmas Carol

– Oliver Twist

– David Copperfield

– Hard Times

– Nicholas Nickleby

– Our Mutual Friend

– Little Dorrit

– Bleak House

-A Tale of Two Cities

Great Expectations

Dostoyevsky, Fyodor – Crime and Punishment

– The Brothers Karamazov

Doyle, Arthur Conan – The Complete Sherlock Holmes

– A Study in Scarlet

Sign of the Four

-Hound of the Baskervilles

-Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes

– The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

-The Return of Sherlock Holmes

-His Last Bow

Dumas, Alexandre – The Count of Monte Cristo

Fitzgerald, F. Scott – The Great Gatsby

– Tender is the Night

– The Beautiful and the Damned

– This Side of Paradise

Forster, E.M. – A Room With a View

Gaskell, Elizabeth – North and South

– Ruth

Gilman, Charlotte Perkins – The Yellow Wallpaper

Goldman, William – The Princess Bride

Grimm, – The Complete Grimm’s Fairy Tales

Hardy, Thomas – Tess of the D’Ubervilles

Hawthorne, Nathaniel – The Scarlet Letter

Hemingway, Ernest – A Farewell to Arms

– A Moveable Feast

Hugo, Victor – Les Miserables

– The Hunchback of Notre Dame

Huxley, Aldous – Brave New World

Jackson, Shirley – We Have Always Lived in the Castle

Kesey, Ken – One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest

Lewis, C.S. – The Chronicles of Narnia

– The Magician’s Nephew

-The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe

-Prince Caspian

-The Voyage of the Dawn Treader

-The Silver Chair

-The Horse and His Boy

-The Last Battle

Leroux, Gaston – The Phantom of the Opera

Leprince de Beaumont, Jeanne-Marie – Beauty and the Beast

Márquez, Gabriel Garcí­a – Love in the Time of Cholera

Maugham, W. Somerset – The Magician

Milton, John – Paradise Lost

Mitchell, Margaret – Gone with the Wind

Melville, Herman – Moby Dick

Montgomery, L.M. – Anne of Green Gables

Orczy, Emmuska – The Scarlet Pimpernel

Orwell, George – 1984

Plath, Sylvia – The Bell Jar

Poe, Edgar Allen – The Complete Works

Sabatini,Rafael – Captain Blood

Salinger, J.D. – The Catcher in the Rye

Scott Card, Orson – Ender’s Game

Scott, Walter – Ivanhoe

Shakespeare, William – Winter’s Tale

– Macbeth

Smith, Dodie – I Capture the Castle

Spyri, Johanna – Heidi

Steinbeck, John – East of Eden

– The Winter of Our Discontent

– Cannery Row

– The Grapes of Wrath

Stevenson, Robert Louis – Treasure Island

-Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde

Stoker, Bram – Dracula

Stow, Hariet Beecher – Uncle Tom’s Cabin

Tolkien, J.R.R. – The Lord of the Rings

-The Hobbit

Tolstoy, Leo – Anna Karenina

– War and Peace

Verne, Jules – The Mysterious Island

– Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea

Wells, H.G. – The Invisible Man

– The Time Machine

– The Island of Dr. Moreau

Wilde, Oscar – The Picture of Dorian Gray

-The Importance of Being Ernest

Woolf, Virginia – Mrs. Dalloway

-The Waves

– To the Lighthouse

Zuzak, Markus – The Book Thief

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s