The Classics Club

Starting over due to personal circumstances over the past five years (original challenge post).

My new start date:  retroactive to January 1, 2017
Finish date goal:  January 1, 2022
Books in red are re-reads

My list - 79 books 
(I reserve the right to switch out titles and/or add/remove titles)

Louisa May Alcott
1. Little Women  

Maya Angelou
2. I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings

Margaret Atwood
3. The Handmaid's Tale

Jane Austen 
4. Emma
5. Mansfield Park
6. Northanger Abbey

Ray Bradbury
7. Something Wicked This Way Comes

Anne Bronte
8. The Tenant of Wildfell Hall  

Charlotte Bronte
9. Jane Eyre
10. Villette  

Emily Bronte
11. Wuthering Heights

Anthony Burgess
12. A Clockwork Orange

Albert Camus
13. The Plague

Truman Capote
14. Breakfast at Tiffany's  
15. In Cold Blood

Willa Cather
16. Death Comes for the Archbishop

Blaise Cendrars
17. Moravagine

Wilkie Collins
18. The Woman in White

Thomas B. Costain
19. The Silver Chalice

Honore de Balzac
20. Cousin Bette

Charles Dickens
21. David Copperfield  
22. Great Expectations 
23. The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby
24. Little Dorritt
25. A Tale of Two Cities  

Isak Dinesen (Karen Blixen)
26. Out of Africa

E.L. Doctorow
27. Ragtime

Fyodor Dostoyevsky
28. The Brothers Karamazov

Daphne du Maurier
29. My Cousin Rachel

Alexandre Dumas
30. The Count of Monte-Cristo  
31. Queen Margot

George Eliot  
32. The Mill on the Floss
33. Silas Marner

Henry Fielding
34. Tom Jones

John Fowles
35. The Collector
36. The French Lieutenant's Woman

Elizabeth Gaskell
37. Cranford
38. North and South 

Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire
39. The Sylph

H. Rider Haggard
40. She

Thomas Hardy
41. The Mayor of Casterbridge

Nathaniel Hawthorne
42. The Marble Faun

Victor Hugo  
43. The Hunchback of Notre Dame
44. Les Miserables

Aldous Huxley
45. Brave New World

Henry James
46. The Portrait of a Lady  
47. The Golden Bowl
48. The Turn of the Screw

D.H. Lawrence
49. Sons and Lovers 

Harper Lee
50. To Kill a Mockingbird

Sheridan Le Fanu
51. Uncle Silas

Gaston Leroux
52. The Phantom of the Opera

Doris Lessing 
53. The Golden Notebook

M.G. Lewis
54. The Monk

Thomas Mann
55. Buddenbrooks

George Orwell
56. 1984

Boris Pasternak
57. Doctor Zhivago

Sylvia Plath
58. The Bell Jar

Ann Radcliffe
59. The Mysteries of Udolpho  

Sir Walter Scott
60. Rob Roy

Mary Shelley
61. Frankenstein  

John Steinbeck
62. The Grapes of Wrath
63. Of Mice and Men

Booth Tarkington
64. The Magnificent Ambersons

William Makepeace Thackeray
65. Vanity Fair 

Leo Tolstoy
66. War and Peace  

Sigrid Undset
67. Kristin Lavransdatter
68. The Master of Hestviken

John Updike
69. Rabbit, Run

Kurt Vonnegut
70. Slaughterhouse Five

Lew Wallace
71. Ben-Hur

Evelyn Waugh
72. Brideshead Revisited

Edith Wharton
73. The Age of Innocence
74. Ethan Frome  
75. The House of Mirth 

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

Oscar Wilde
77. The Picture of Dorian Gray

Virginia Woolf
78. Mrs. Dalloway  
79. Orlando
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