The Classics Club - Round III

Asimov, IsaacFoundation
Asimov, IsaacFoundation and Empire
Asimov, IsaacSecond Foundation
Bach, RichardJonathan Livingston Seagull
Bellow, SaulHerzog
Bowen, ElizabethThe Death of the Heart
Bradbury, RaySomething Wicked This Way Comes
Buchan, John Greenmantle
Camus, AlbertThe Stranger
Céline, Louis-FerdinandJourney to the End of The Night
Christie, AgathaMurder on the Orient Express
Conrad, JosephLord Jim
Dickens, CharlesNicholas Nickleby
Dickens, CharlesBarnaby Rudge
Dickens, CharlesThe Adventures of Oliver Twist
Dickens, CharlesMartin Chuzzlewit
Dickens, CharlesDombey and Son
Dickens, CharlesLittle Dorrit
Dickens, CharlesHard Times
Dickens, CharlesOur Mutual Friend
Disraeli, BenjaminSybil, or The Two Nations
Doctorow, E. L.Ragtime
Doyle, Arthur ConanThe Hound of the Baskervilles
du Maurier, DaphneRebecca
Eddison, E. R.The Worm Ouroboros
Fowles, JohnThe Collector
Fowles, JohnThe Magus
Gaddis, WilliamThe Recognitions 
Gaskell, ElizabethWives and Daughters
Gilbert StephenRatman's Notebooks
Green, HenryLoving
Hammett, DashiellThe Maltese Falcon
Hodgson, William HopeThe House on the Borderland
Jewett, Sarah OrneThe Country of the Pointed Firs
Lagerlöf, SelmaThe Wonderful Adventures of Nils
Matthiessen, PeterAt Play in the Fields of the Lord
Milne, A. A.Winnie the Pooh
Milne, A. A.The House at Pooh Corner
Murdoch, IrisUnder the Net 
Naipaul, V. S.A House for Mr. Biswas 
Peacock, Thomas LoveNightmare Abbey 
Rawls, WilsonWhere the Red Fern Grows
Rhys, JeanWide Sargasso Sea
Roth, PhilipPortnoy's Complaint 
Serraillier, IanThe Silver Sword (Escape from Warsaw)
Stowe, Harriet BeecherUncle Tom's Cabin
Waugh, EvelynThe Loved One
Waugh, EvelynScoop
Wu, Cheng'enJourney to the West
Zola, Émile Germinal
Classics Club - Round I
Classics Club - Round II

4 comments:

  1. Good luck for this new round, I see some really good titles here, Rebecca for instance

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  2. Have fun, especially with the Foundation series.

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