100 Great Books (100%)

Finished on October 25, 2012! (Really 104 books, but some were not so great! LOL!)

PINK: Overlap with Well-Educated Mind and Invitation to the Classic (19)
RED: Overlap with just Well-Educated Mind (16)
BLUE: Overlap with just Invitation to the Classics (5) 


THE BOOK OF GREAT BOOKS 100 (104) 
  1. Aeneid – Virgil 
  2. All Quiet on the Western Front – Remarque
  3. All the King’s Men – Warren  
  4. Animal Farm – Orwell 
  5. As I Lay Dying – Faulkner
  6. As You Like It – Shakespeare
  7. The Awakening – Chopin
  8. Beowulf
  9. Bill Budd – Melville
  10. The Bluest Eyes – Morrison
  11. Brave New World – Huxley
  12. The Call of the Wild – London
  13. Candide – Voltaire
  14. The Canterbury Tales – Chaucer
  15. Catch22 – Heller 
  16. The Color Purple – Walker 
  17. Crime and Punishment – Dostoyevsky
  18. The Crucible – Miller
  19. Daisy Miller – James
  20. David Copperfield – Dickens
  21. Death of a Salesman – Miller
  22. Diary of a Young Girl – Frank
  23. The Divine Comedy: Inferno – Dante
  24. Doctor Faustus – Marlowe
  25. A Doll’s House – Ibsen
  26. Don Quixote – Cervantes
  27. Ethan Frome – Wharton
  28. Euthyphro, Apology, Crito, Phaedo – Plato 
  29. A Farewell to Arms – Hemingway
  30. Faust: Parts 1 and 2 – Goethe 
  31. For Whom the Bell Tolls – Hemingway 
  32. Frankenstein – Shelly 
  33. The Glass Menagerie – Williams
  34. The Good Earth – Buck
  35. The Grapes of Wrath – Steinbeck
  36. Great Expectations – Dickens 
  37. The Great Gatsby – Fitzgerald
  38. Gulliver’s Travels – Swift
  39. Hamlet – Shakespeare
  40. Hard Times – Dickens
  41. Heart of Darkness – Conrad
  42. Henry IV, Part 1 – Shakespeare
  43. House Made of Dawn – Momaday
  44. The House of Seven Gables – Hawthorne 
  45. Huckleberry Finn – Twain
  46. I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings – Angelou
  47. Iliad – Homer
  48. Invisible Man – Ellison
  49. Jane Eyre – Bronte 
  50. The Joy Luck Club – Tan 
  51. Julius Caesar – Shakespeare
  52. The Jungle – Sinclair 
  53. King Lear – Shakespeare
  54. Light in August – Faulkner
  55. Lord Jim – Conrad 
  56. The Lord of the Flies – Golding
  57. The Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring - Tolkien
  58. The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers - Tolkien
  59. The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King – Tolkien
  60. Macbeth – Shakespeare
  61. Madame Bovary – Flaubert 
  62. The Mayor of Casterbridge – Hardy
  63. The Merchant of Venice – Shakespeare
  64. A Midsummer Night’s Dream – Shakespeare
  65. Moby-Dick – Melville
  66. Native Son – Wright
  67. 1984 – Orwell 
  68. Odyssey – Homer
  69. The Oedipus Trilogy: Oedipus Rex - Sophocles
  70. The Oedipus Trilogy: Oedipus at Colonus - Sophocles
  71. The Oedipus Trilogy: Antigone – Sophocles 
  72. Of Mice and Men – Steinbeck
  73. The Old Man and the Sea – Hemingway
  74. Oliver Twist – Dickens
  75. One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest – Kesey
  76. Othello – Shakespeare
  77. Paradise Lost – Milton 
  78. The Pearl – Steinbeck
  79. The Plague – Camus
  80. A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man – Joyce 
  81. Pride and Prejudice – Austen 
  82. The Prince – Machiavelli
  83. The Red Badge of Courage – Crane
  84. Republic – Plato
  85. The Return of the Native – Hardy 
  86. Richard III – Shakespeare
  87. Romeo and Juliet – Shakespeare
  88. The Scarlet Letter – Hawthorne
  89. A Separate Peace – Knowles
  90. Silas Marner – Eliot 
  91. Sons and Lovers – Lawrence
  92. The Sound and the Fury – Faulkner
  93. Steppenwolf – Hesse
  94. The Stranger – Camus 
  95. The Sun Also Rises – Hemingway 
  96. The Taming of the Shrew – Shakespeare
  97. The Tempest – Shakespeare
  98. Tess of the D’Urbervilles – Hardy 
  99. Their Eyes Were Watching God – Hurston
  100. Tom Sawyer – Twain
  101. Treasure Island – Stevenson 
  102. Twelfth Night – Shakespeare
  103. Waiting for Godot – Beckett
  104. Walden – Thoreau
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