Top 10 Famous Books and Authors

Best 10 Famous Books and Authors

The next step is the core of the book. More: 10 Best Novels By Indian Authors. ("No Morte D'Arthur") - only novels by British authors (no James Joyce). This is where these 10 famous Japanese authors will take you. There was a great demand for books by Indian authors.

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This is the Top 10 of 125 top authors selected from the Top 10 by J. Peder Zane. Karenina recounts the romantic relationship between the sensual and insurgent Anna and the spirited official Count Vronsky, which is a doom. In order to look into the hearts of an adulterous woman and to list her content with deep objectivity, Madame Bovary condemned the writer for "offences against morals and religion".

In the aftermath of the first world war's shocks and confusion, US public life..... Renowned worldwide for its cutting-edge approach and notorious for its controversy: the main character and tricky storyteller Humbert Humbert becomes obsessive and..... The novel A study of Provincial Life is a novel by George Eliot, the pseudonym of Mary Anne Evans, later Marian Evans.

Adored by all the city' s kids and feared by all the moms, Huckleberry Finn is undoubtedly the most attractive kid's character in American music. He was a famous essayist, dramatist and doctor who is one of the greatest authors of international music.

Swann's Way, the first part of A la rcherche de temps perdu, Marcel Proust's seven-part series, was released in 1913. Melville's masterwork, first released in 1851, is, according to Elizabeth Hardwick, "the greatest novel in American lit. He' s possessed by books of knights and thinks that the..... The Great Expectations is a novel of education or a novel that follows the history of a man or women in search of maturation, usually from infancy to.....

It' a homicide tale, narrated by a homicide;s point of view, which implies even the most blameless of readers in its immensities. The Dubliner series is a compilation of 15 James Joyce shorts, first released in 1914. These fifteen tales should be a naturalist representation of Ireland's mid-sized business in and around Dub.....

After the protagonist Elizabeth Bennet, who is concerned with questions of parenting, marriages, morals and educating in her noble society, the volume is freely and indirectly recounted..... Dostoevsky's last and greatest novel, The Karamazov Brothers, is both a brillantly written criminal history and a fierce philosophy debaucher.

Absalom, Absalom! is a South Gothic novel by the US writer William Faulkner, first released in 1936. It' s a tale about three Southern African family members before, during, during and after..... Dante Alighieri's poetical work, The Divine Comedy, is a touching personal tragedy, an memorable vistaary voyage through the.....

She is a first-person account of the lead role, a small, simple, smart and sincere British father father father. It is allegedly Tristram's tale of his own lifetime, as the cover says. Out of two brief tales, "Mrs. Dalloway on Bond Street" and the incomplete "The Prime Minister", came the tale of Clarissa's preparation for a celebration of which she is to host.

Authorized King James Version is an Anglophone version of the Christian Bible, which began in 1604 and was concluded by the Church of England in 1611. Collectively, these are two plot strands in which both authors are key figures. The Bleak House is Charles Dickens' 9th novel, which appears in twenty installments between March 1852 and September 1853.

The Canterbury Valley with its amazing variety of sounds and themes has become one of the test stones of mediaeval music. Here is a translation of these stories into English..... It describes an event when Marlow, an Englishman, accepted an international mission as the African skipper of a Belgium trad.

At the centre of the film is Isabel Archer, an appealing young woman from America who took the conditions to Europe. Rejecting the proposal of a British colleague and a bulldog-like New England to..... It' the tale of a second opportunity. Ford Madox Ford has written The Good Soldier, the author of a 19th c. novel, on which his fame certainly rest.

This novel, her fifth, is loose ly grounded in the lives and lawsuit of Margaret Garner, a female servant, about the Morrison.... The West's Sunset is a 1985 novel by the US writer Cormac McCarthy. This was McCarthy's fifth volume and was released by Random House.

As it was initially staged, it was complemented by Proteus, a satirical game..... Albert Camus' exceptional first novel, The Stranger (L'Etranger), has deeply impressed million US writers since its first publication in English in 1946. Because of this history..... Initially released for grown-ups, the novel has become a shared component of the curriculum of grammar schools and colleges throughout the English-speaking world.....

The All the King's Men portraits the tragic rise and rule of Willie Stark, a drifted, stereotyped Southern American popularist during the nineteen-thirties. A 26-year-old former high scholastic basketball star Harry'Rabbit' Angstrom and his attempt to avoid the pressures of his own world.

Throughout 1862 Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, a timid Oxford mathematician with a stutter, wrote a tale of a little lass falling into a bunny trap. In the Trojan War, the ten-year long besiege of Ilium by a government of Greece, she talks about the struggles and..... The Rouge et le Noir (The Red and the Black), with the subtitle Chronique du IXe siècle ("Chronicle of the nineteenth century"), is a historic psychology novel in two books by Stendhal, released in 1830.....

But Babel was best known for his command of the brief history - in which he stands next to Kafka and Hemingway - but his carreer was sadly broken off when he was assassinated by Stalin's intelligence team. It is the one about the ascent and decline of Dick Diver, a young analyst and his family.

Catch 22 is a satiric, historic novel by the US writer Joseph Heller, first released in 1961. It is narrated by 15 different storytellers in 59 sections in the spirit letter format. It' the tale of the deaths of Addie Bundren and her whole household.....

The Paradise Milton is an epochal work by the British writer John Milton from the seventeenth c... Initially it was printed in ten books in 1667. It is a 1978 anthology of shorts by the US writer John Cheever. Includes some of his most famous tales, among them "The Inormous Radio", "Goodbye, My Brother", "Th....

Aeneid is a Latino epos by Virgil from the end of the 1. cent. B.C. (29-19 B.C.), which recounts the legend of Aeneas, a Trojan who travelled to Italy, where he became the progenitor of the.... Nikolai Gogol's death soul was first released in 1842 and is one of the most important works of 19 th centuryspicion.

This is the tale of Robert Jordan, a young US soldier in the International Brigades who belonged to a guerrilla group during the war. The book of lyrics by Walt Whitman, an author of the poem of 1855. Included in the collections are "Song of Myself", "I sing the Body Electric", "Out of the Cradle Endlessly Roc.....

All of Kafka's Kurzgeschichten are compiled in The Complete Storys of Franz Kafka. Except for Kafka's three books (The Trial, The Castle and America), this book contains all..... Der Zauberberg is a novel by Thomas Mann, written in November 1924. One of the most important works of 19th and 21st centuries in the field of modern Germany.

Prior to Raymond Carver, John Cheever and Richard Ford there was Sherwood Anderson, who took a new course in US fantasy with Winesburg, Ohio - and with lyric ease..... Two orphans, Caroline and Grace Bell, left Australia to begin a new postwar England.

Narrating their intertwined histories, American Book Awa..... During the early years of 1348, when a horrible scourge devastated the town, ten young Florentines flee to rural houses to tell each other tales - a hundred tales of romance,..... This novel is about a profoundly disfunctional familiy, the Pollit people.

It is about the poverty of the whole household, the neglect of Sam the dad to take care of them, the marriage of the families..... Although mentioned The Possessed in the first official German version, Dostojewski scientists and later translators prefer the title The Devils or Demon..... The Independent People is an epochal novel by Nobel Prize winner Halldór Laxness, written in 1946.

According to Willa Cather's own assessment, My Antonia, first released in 1918, was "the best thing I have ever done. Ernest Hemingway founded his literature career on brief novels before he became known as a writer. One of the first collections, The Shorts Storys, initially released in 1938, is definitely..... Philip Marlowe's creator's full set of shorts contains tales such as "Erpresser schießen nicht", "Der Penistift" and "Englischer Sommer".

Nobody of all the great British writers write more expressively..... Cousin Bette (English: Cousin Betty or Cousin Bette) is a novel by the 1846 novelist Honoré de Balzac. It takes place in the mid-19th c. in Paris and recounts the history of an unwed middle-aged lady who..... This work follows the undisclosed storyteller, who, disenchanted by the.....

This is a post-apocalyptic horror/fantasy novel by the US writer Stephen King. He reworked the scene in his former storyline Night Surf. This novel was initially released in 1978 and..... Protagonist, an African-American girl in her early 40s called Janie Crawford, narrates the tale of her live and her trip through a detailed flashback to her best friend Pheoby, so that Pheoby.....

There are four figures in the story: This is one of the longest stories in British that is told in the tragedy of a protagonist whose search for goodness is repeatedly frustrated by her ancestors.

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