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18 Books I’ve Been Meaning To Read

In Books, Lists, Literature on செப்ரெம்பர் 9, 2018 at 10:26 பிப

via 21 Books You’ve Been Meaning To Read | Penguin Random House

More: THE GREAT AMERICAN READ, a New Multi-Platform PBS Series, Reveals List of America’s 100 Favorite Novels | PBS

    1. Song of Solomon
      By Toni Morrison
    2. The Shadow of the Wind
      By Carlos Ruiz Zafon
      Illustrated by Jessica Hische
      Translated by Lucia Graves
    3. Don Quixote
      By Miguel de Cervantes
      Introduction by A. J. Close
      Translated by P. A. Motteux
    4. The Picture of Dorian Gray
      By Oscar Wilde
      Illustrated by Coralie Bickford-Smith
      Introduction by Robert Mighall
      Edited by Robert Mighall
    5. The Liars’ Club
      A Memoir
      By Mary Karr
    6. Moby-Dick
      or, The Whale
      By Herman Melville
      Introduction by Elizabeth Hardwick and Rockwell Kent
    7. Gravity’s Rainbow
      By Thomas Pynchon
      Illustrated by Frank Miller
    8. We That Are Young
      by Preti Taneja
    9. Half Gods
      by Akil Kumarasamy
    10. Bless Me, Ultima
      by Rudolfo Anaya
    11. Heart of Darkness
      by Joseph Conrad
    12. Gilead
      by Marilynne Robinson
    13. Doña Barbara
      by Rómulo Gallegos (Author), Larry McMurtry (Foreword), Robert Malloy (Translator)
    14. The Intuitionist
      by Colson Whitehead
    15. The Pilgrim’s Progress
      by John Bunyan (Author), Roger Pooley (Editor)
    16. Siddhartha
      by Hermann Hesse
    17. The Sirens of Titan
      by Kurt Vonnegut
    18. Their Eyes Were Watching God
      by Zora Neale Hurston

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