Friday, 9 January 2015

The Classics Club

I've finally decided to join the Classics Club! The club's aim is to encourage bloggers to read at least 50 classics within five years. For my list all of the books that I've picked are going to be new reads. Today it's the 9th of January 2015 so I'm aiming to have read everything on this list by the 9th of January 2020. The books that I'm aiming to read within this time are:

Louisa May Alcott
1. An Old Fashioned Girl FINISHED 10/03/2015 REVIEW

Ray Bradbury
2. Fahrenheit 451 FINISHED 24/07/2015 REVIEW

Miguel de Cervantes
3. Don Quixote

G.K. Chesterton
4. The Man Who Was Thursday

Pierre Choderlos de Laclos
5. Les Liaisons Dangereuses

Wilkie Collins
6. Armadale
7. No Name

Charles Dickens
8. Bleak House
9. Little Dorrit
10. Our Mutual Friend

Fyodor Dostoevsky
11. The Brothers Karamazov
12. The Idiot

Arthur Conan Doyle
13. The Complete Sherlock Holmes Stories FINISHED 01/10/2015 REVIEWS: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9

Lord Dunsany
14. The King of Elfland's Daughter

George Eliot
15. Daniel Deronda

F. Scott Fitzgerald
16. Tender is the Night

E.M. Forster
17. A Room with a View FINISHED 23/01/2015 REVIEW

Elizabeth Gaskell
18. Cranford
19. Ruth
20. Wives and Daughters

Frank Herbert
21. Dune

Patricia Highsmith
22. Carol

Aldous Huxley
23. Brave New World

Henry James
24. The Portrait of a Lady

Rudyard Kipling
25. Kim FINISHED 24/04/2016 REVIEW

C.S. Lewis
26. Till We Have Faces

Richard Llewellyn
27. How Green Was My Valley

George MacDonald
28. At the Back of the North Wind

W. Somerset Maugham
29. The Painted Veil FINISHED 04/07/2016 REVIEW

Guy Maupassant
30. Bel-Ami

L.M. Montgomery
31. Anne of Green Gables FINISHED 20/01/2016 REVIEW
32. The Blue Castle FINISHED 27/08/2015 REVIEW
33. Emily of New Moon
34. Jane of Lantern Hill

George Orwell
35. 1984
36. Animal Farm

Alan Paton
37. Cry the Beloved Country

Edgar Allan Poe
38. The Collected Stories and Poems

Alexander Pushkin
39. Eugene Onegin

Rafael Sabatini
40. Captain Blood

Anya Seton
41. Katherine

Elizabeth George Speare
42. The Witch of Blackbird Pond

Robert Louis Stevenson
43. Kidnapped
44. The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde

William Makepeace Thackery
45. Vanity Fair

Anthony Trollope
46. He Knew He Was Right

Jules Verne
47. Around the World in Eighty Days

Edith Wharton
48. The Age of Innocence FINISHED 06/04/2015 REVIEW

T.H. White
49. The Once and Future King

Oscar Wilde
50. The Importance of Being Earnest


Marianne said...

Welcome! I want to read that Anya Seton one. :) Lots of great picks!!

Manette said...

Around the World in Eighty Days is fantastic, I'm always re-reading it! My next aim is to read the original French version, which of course my local library doesn't seem to have... The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde was also a very interesting read, and it seems that most of its adaptations take many liberties with what the Jekyll/Hyde dilemma actually is!

Hamlette said...

Welcome to the club! Very nice picks :-)

Manette said...

I joined in too! This is going to be so much fun! We have five books in common in our lists :)