The Classic Club

Inspired by Jillian @ Room of One’s Own I decided to join The Classics Club
“The Classics Club is a club created to inspire people to read and blog about classic books. There’s no time limit to join and you’re most welcome, as long as you’re willing to sign up to read and write on your blog about 50+ classic books in at most five years. The perk is that, not only will you have read 50+ incredible (or at the very least thought-provoking) works in five years, you’ll get to do it along with all of these people. Join us! We’re very friendly.”
>>> So my plan is to read from 50 to 200 Book (Classic & Classical novels, Plays, Poems and short stories) in the next five years and blog about them…
I know it’s going to be bloody hard but why not reading at 10 classics a year which shall take a life time to end my 200 so let it be more; just more.
I pray not to fail reading my list because it will be my first time to real classic’s original full text.
Here is my list (which I shall be dividing upon era):
Copied few from y Jillian @ Room of One’s Own list >>>
  1.  Sense and Sensibility -Jane Austen.
  2.  Bleak House- Charles Dickens.
  3.  Madame Bovary-Gustave Flaubert.
  4.  Les Miserables -Victor Hugo.
  5.  Peter Pan- J.M. Barrie
  6.  Tess of the D’Urbervilles- Thomas Hardy.
  7. Wuthering Heights- Emily Bronte.
  8. The Picture of Dorian Gray- Oscar Wilde
  9. Northanger Abbey- Jane Austen
  10.  The Phantom of the Opera- Gaston Leroux.
  11.  The Age of Innocence-Edit Wharton
  12. Villette- Charlotte Bronte
  13.  Agnes Grey-Anne Bronte
  14. Mary Poppins- P.L. Travers
  15.  The Godfather- Mario Puzo
  16.  We Have Always Lived in the Castle- Shirley Jackson
  17.  Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?- Edward Albee
  18. The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde- Robert Louis Stevenson
  19. Gulliver’s Travels- Jonathan Smith
  20. The House of Mirth- Edith Wharton
  21.  Persuasion- Jane Austen
  22.  A Room With A View- Virginia Woolf
  23.  Mansfield Park- Jane Austen
  24. Nicholas Nickleby- Charles Dickens
  25. Vanity Fair- William Makepeace Thackery
  26. Dracula- Bram Stoker.
  27. A Little Princess by Frances Hodgson Burnett.
  28. Louisa May  Alcott – Little Women 
  29. William  Shakespeare– Hamle
  30. Aeschylus – The Oresteia
  31. Aesop – Aesop’s Fables
  32. Anonymous – Beowulf
  33. Anonymous – The Epic of Gilgamesh
  34. Anonymous – The Song of Roland
  35. Anonymous – The Arabian Nights
  36. Bunyan, John – Pilgrim’s Progress
  37. Cervantes, Miguel de – Don Quixote
  38. Chaucer, Geoffrey – The Canterbury Tales
  39. Confucius– The Analects
  40. Dante – The Divine Comedy
  41. Homer – The Iliad & – The Odyssey
  42. Marlowe, Christopher – Doctor Faustus
  43. Marlowe, Christopher – The Jew of Malta
  44. Milton, John – Paradise Lost
  45. Wilde, Oscar – The Importance of Being Earnest and Other Plays
  46. Tolstoy, Leo – War and Peace
  47. Tolstoy, Leo – Anna Karenina
  48. Tolkien, J.R.R. – The Hobbit & The Lord of the Rings (trilogy)
  49. Collins, Wilkie – The Woman in White
  50. Lewis Carroll-  Alice in Wonderland and Through the LookingGlass

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