Read many classics and have liked most of them. Always something to learn. 5 years ago
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How I did it: First, I got a £2 Penguin's Popular Classics edition. Then I was away for a weekend, so I chose to take this book with me, along with another book I was putting off reading. I read loads of it over the weekend, and then when I got back I had a really long bath and finished it.
I agree with zedazorro, Jane Eyre is one of the classics I adored. Wuthering Heights is another one of my favorites. 6 years ago
I particularly like Thomas Hardy, and in the right mood, I can even get into Henry James. 6 years ago
i read wuthering heights,pride n prejudice, women in love, the scarlet letter… n many more. cant remeber the titles. but mostly those famous ones.
surprisingly, for a chic lit lover, i enjoyed these classics. 6 years ago
Tess of the D’urbavilles, Hunchback of Notre Dame, Jane Eyre, mostly the tragic ones. 6 years ago
Pride and Prejudice, War and Peace, Crime and Punishment, Sense and Sensibility, Oliver Twist, A Tale of Two Cities, Great Expectations…. 7 years ago
Some I enjoyed, off the top of my head:
The Blithedale Romance
Great Expectations and Oliver Twist
The Age of Innocence, Ethan Frome and The House of Mirth
The Good Earth 8 years ago
You’ll probably never read anything else. I love Hemmingway, Fitzgerald, Lolita, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, 1984, Brave New World, etc etc. 8 years ago