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1. Samuel Butler, Erewhon
2. Scarlett Thomas, The End of Mr. Y
3. Anthony Hope The Prisoner of Zenda
4. Hurlburt & Schwitzgebel; Describing Inner Experience?
5. Kierkegaard; Fear and Trembling
6. Freud; Interpretation of Dreams
7. Mackenzie; The Man of Feeling
8. Matthew Lewis; The Monk
9. Oscar Wilde; Lady Windermere’s Fan
10. Jerome K. Jerome; Three Men in a Boat
11. Dumas; The Three Musketeers
12. Apollonius of Rhodes; The Voyage of Argo
13. William Beckford; Vathek
14. Gogol; Diary of a Madman and Other Stories
15. Machiavelli; The Prince
16. Harpo Marx; Harpo Speaks!
17. Dan Simmons; Hyperion
18. Antoine De Saint-Exupéry; The Little Prince
19. Beaumarchais; The Barber of Seville, The Marriage of Figaro
20. Edmond Rostand; Cyrano de Bergerac
21. The Song of Roland
22. Dickens; A Tale of Two Cities
23. Samuel Beckett; Waiting for Godot
24. Dante; The Divine Comedy *(almost complete- never finished 3rd)
25. Boccaccio; The Decameron
26. Sartre; Nausea
27. M. R. James; Selected Ghost Stories
28. William Blake; The Marriage of Heaven & Hell
29. Beowulf
30. Vergil; The Aeneid
31. Dostoevsky; Crime & Punishment
32. Homer; The Iliad
33. Homer; Odyssey
34. Ken Kesey; One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
35. Tolstoy; War and Peace
36. Augustine; Confessions
37. Austen; Pride & Prejudice
38. Kundera; Immortality

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2011-11-22 [Talos Cyrion]: Divine comedy, and Iliad are awesome. Two very different and yet similar writing styles

2011-11-22 [Talos Cyrion]: And Confessions by Augustine is a tedious read

2011-11-23 [SilverFire]: I disagree.

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