50 lesser known classics in 5 years.

I have joined The Classic Club, which is a club about bloggers who pledge themselves to read and blog about 50 or more classics in the next 5 years. The books I haclassicsclubve choosen still fit in to the project of the books being lesser known and at least 60 years old. The books I am going to read are listed down below, those I have read and written a review for will have the hyperlink. I will be reading some of the books in Norwegian, but all the reviews will be in English 😉

Visit https://theclassicsclubblog.wordpress.com/ to read more about the club and to find other blogs writing reviews about classical books. Because you can never have too many classical books.

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I created this blog because I wanted to promote books that weren’t as well known, and I still do. Therefore I will not write a blogpost if I don’t think the book is good. If I think a book is bad I will exchange it, so that by September 2020 I will have at least 50 reviews on this blog.

If you have any thoughts of which book/play I should do next, please let me know.

  1. Flatland – E. A. Abbot
  2. Things fall apart – Chinua Achebe
  3. To be or not to be – H. C. Andersen
  4. The Bridge over the Drina – Ivo Andric
  5. Woman and the black bird – Nini Roll Anker
  6. Dersu Usala – Vladimir Arsenjev
  7. Lady Susan and The Beautiful Cassandra – Jane Austen
  8. Majoor Frans– Anna Louisa Geertruida Bosboom-Toussaint
  9. Shirley – Charlotte Bronté
  10. Doctor Cupid– Rhoda Broughton
  11. After death (Pas vdekjes) – Andon Zako Çajupi
  12. War with the newts – Karel Capek
  13. The Blazing World by Margaret Cavendish, Duchess of Newcastle
  14. Cheri – Collette
  15. Bleak House – Charles Dickens
  16. The mystery of Edwin Drood – Charles Dickens
  17. Jamaica Inn – Daphne Du Maurier
  18. Frenchman’s Creek – Daphne Du Maurier
  19. My Cousine Rachel – Daphne Du Maurier
  20. The wolf leader – Alexander Dumas, pére
  21. The lady of Camellias – Alexander Dumas, files
  22. The Bacchae – Euripides
  23. The Coquette by Hannah Webster Foster
  24. Mother by Maxim Gorky
  25. Dream of the red chamber – Tsao Hsueh-Chin
  26. Hedda Gabler – Henrik Ibsen
  27. Albertine – Christian Krogh
  28. Wives and Daughters – Elizabeth Gaskell
  29. Cranford – Elizabeth Gaskell
  30. The case of the registered letter – Auguste Groner
  31. Gösta Berlings saga– Selma Lagerlöf
  32. Short story by Laza Lazarević

  33. The tales of Genji by Lady Murusaki
  34. Suite francais – Irène  Némirovsky
  35. Miss Majoribanks – Mrs. Margaret Oliphant
  36. The Treasure of the city of Ladies – Christine de Pisan
  37. The tale of two lovers – Pope Pius II
  38. The Knight in the Panther’s Skin – Shota Rustaveli
  39. Mitrea Cocor by Mihail Sadoveanu
  40. The devil’s pool – George Sand
  41. A fugitive crosses his tracks – Aksel Sandemose
  42. Cymbeline by William Shakespeare
  43. Measure for measure – William Shakespeare
  44. Merry Wives of Windser – William Shakespeare
  45. The last man – Mary Wollstonecradt Shelley
  46. Sylvia – Upton Sinclair
  47. Cannery Row/Sweet Thursday – John Steinbeck
  48. Jenny – Sigrid Undset
  49. Ben Hur – Lew Wallace
  50. The first men in the moon – H. G. Wells

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