What A Classic!! A Top Ten List

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Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke & the Bookish. It’s awesome. Every Tuesday, the lovely ladies over there give us book bloggers wonderful and fun topics to create our lists! Check out what others have posted by going over there!

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This week’s topic is-

Top Ten Favorite Classics-or- Top Ten Classics I Want to Read

Since I have been absent from my blog for so long, I figured I would do both, so here it goes!

Top Ten Favorite Classics

1.Pride & Prejudice

2.  Little Women

3.  To Kill A Mockingbird

4.  Gone With the Wind

5.  Jane Eyre

6.  Rebecca

7.  The Painted Veil

8.  The Sun Also Rises

9.  Brave New World

10.  The Lord of The Rings

Top Ten Classics I WANT to Read

1.  1984

2.  East of Eden

3.  Wuthering Heights

4.  The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

5.  The Bell Jar

6.  A Tale of Two Cities

7.  Paradise Lost

8.  Great Expectations

9.  The Divine Comedy

10.  Lady Chatterly’s Lover

What are your favorite classics?

Leave a comment- I love to hear from you!

 

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20 thoughts on “What A Classic!! A Top Ten List

  1. I’m so glad to see Gone with the Wind & Little Women on your list! 🙂 East of Eden is excellent. One of my favorites.

  2. I think you will love The Bell Jar. I never get tired of recommending it and telling everyone that it is a book that will change their lives, no matter their age.

    If you want to start with an amazing Sherlock Holmes, I recommend you The Hound of the Baskervilles. That is where I started and it made me fall head over heels in love with crime fiction.

  3. So many great choices on both lists! I LOVE Rebecca, P&P, LOTR and How to Kill a Mockingbird! I need to read Brave New World, and some of the others! And I love Sherlock Holmes but need to read so many on your second list, too!

  4. I think the biggest thing I learned from doing this TTT was how many classics that I haven’t read and would like to – you were very smart to do both lists! I’ll put in a plug for A Tale of Two Cities – it was assigned reading in high school and I actually remember a good bit about it which considering my bad memory means it must have made a deep impression.

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