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Lit #3

WorkAuthor
Major Barbara Shaw
The Red and the Black Stendhal
Midnight's Children Rushdie
White Fang London
The Old Curiosity Shop Dickens
Resurrection Tolstoy
Look Homeward, Angle Wolfe
The Playboy of the Western World Synge
Young Goodman Brown hawthorne
Silas Marner George Eliot
The Picture of Dorian Gray Wilde
Daisy Miller Henry James
Dune Herbert
The Bostonians James
The Fall of the House of Usher Poe
The Hobbit John Ronald Reuel Tolkien
Adonais Shelley
Crossing the Bar Tennyson
Gone with the Wind Mitchell
Uncle Vanya Chekhov
The Alchemist Benjamin Jonson
Steppenwolf Hesse
The Children's Hour Hellman
Ghosts Ibsen
The Bridge of San Luis Rey Wilder
A separate Peace Knowles
Sonnets from the Portuguese Elizabeth Barret Browning
Because I could not stop for death Dickinson
Las Fleurs Du Mal Baudelaire
Endymion Keats
Jon Brown's Body Benet
The Castle of Otranto Walpole
The Four Quartets T.S. Eliot
The Tiger Blake
All my Sons Miller
Inherit the Wind Lawrence and Lee
Joseph Andrews Fielding
Three Sisters Chekhov
Endgame Beckett
The Last Tycoon F.Scott. Fitzgerald
Bacchae Euripides
Peter Pan Barrie
The Jew of Malta Marlowe
Kim Rudyard Kipling
Chicago Sandburg
A Man for All seasons Bolt
The Bell Jar Plath
The Bridge Hart Crane
To the Virgins, to Make Much of Time Herrick
My Last Duchess Browning
The Purloined Letter Poe
The Gift of the Magi O Henry
The Bronze Horseman Pushkin
Lucky Jim Kingsley Amis
Winnesburg, Ohio Sherwood Anderson
A Connecticut Yankee In King Arthur's Court Twain
Cat's Cradle Vonnegut
Watership Down Adams
The Natural Bernard Malamud
Out of Africa Dinesen
The Side of Paradise Fitgerald
The Glass Bead Game Hesse
J.B. Macleish
An enemy of the People Ibsen
Tartuffe Moliere
The Lower Depths Gorky
The Misanthrope Moliere
The Way of the World Congreve
1919 John Dos Passos
The Portrait of a Lady Henry James
The Golden Bowl James
Kenilworth Scott
Lysistrata Aristophanes
The Pioneers Cooper
A Christmas Carol Dickens
The Octopus Norris
From Here to Eternity James Jones
The Time Machine H G Wells
Fahrenheit 451 Bradbury
Stranger in a Strange Land Heinlein
City of God Augustine of Hippo
No Exit Sartre
Erewhon Butler
Wise Blood Flannery O'Connor
Volpone Ben Jonson
Death in the Afternoon Hemingway
Song of the Lark Cather
The Mayor of Casterbridge Hardy
As I lay dying Faulkner
The Secret LIfe of Walter Mitty Thurber
Sister Carrie Dreiser
Strange Interlude O'Neill
The tale of Genji Murasaki Shikibu
The Death of Ivan Ilych Tolstoy
In Memoriam Tennyson
Elegy Written in a country Churchyard Gray
Essay on Criticism Pope
Kaddish Ginsberg
The Enormous Room E.E. Cummings
Promotheus Unbound Percy Bysshe Shelley
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