December 14, 2012

Novels, In Order Of Greatness

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  1. Ulysses
  2. Madame Bovary
  3. Lolita
  4. The Great Gatsby
  5. Great Expectations
  6. Notes From Underground
  7. Catch-22
  8. The Trial
  9. Charlotte’s Web
  10. White Noise
  11. The Information
  12. The Sun Also Rises
  13. The Third Policeman
  14. Wuthering Heights
  15. The Unbearable Lightness of Being
  16. The Catcher in the Rye
  17. War and Peace
  18. Maus
  19. A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
  20. Absalom, Absalom!
  21. Howard’s End
  22. 1984
  23. Billy Budd
  24. Stuart Little
  25. On the Road
  26. Sense and Sensibility
  27. A Farewell to Arms
  28. Lord of the Flies
  29. Harriet the Spy
  30. The Lord of the Rings
  31. Huckleberry Finn
  32. From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler
  33. The End of the Affair
  34. To Kill a Mockingbird
  35. Money
  36. The Sound and the Fury
  37. The Yearling
  38. A Wrinkle in Time
  39. The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter
  40. Tender Is the Night
  41. The Trumpet of the Swan
  42. Finnegans Wake
  43. A Room With a View
  44. Watchmen
  45. London Fields
  46. Hard Times
  47. The Rachel Papers
  48. Success
  49. Crime and Punishment
  50. To the Lighthouse
  51. At Swim-Two-Birds
  52. Prague
  53. Animal Farm
  54. As I Lay Dying
  55. Winnie-the-Pooh
  56. The House at Pooh Corner
  57. The Jungle Book
  58. Hunger
  59. Time’s Arrow
  60. Motherless Brooklyn
  61. Franny and Zooey
  62. Wonder Boys
  63. The Mezzanine
  64. The Furthest Shore
  65. Pride and Prejudice
  66. A Passage to India
  67. Dear Mr. Henshaw
  68. The Secret History
  69. The Rules of Attraction 
  70. Frankenstein
  71. Moby-Dick
  72. The Joke
  73. Gravity’s Rainbow
  74. A Sentimental Education
  75. The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
  76. The Voyage of the Dawn Treader
  77. End Zone
  78. So Long, And Thanks for All the Fish TC mark

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