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The Greatest BooksHomeThe ListsMiscSign InFilter By TypeoFictionoNonfictionFilter By Date RangeAlloSince 2010oSince 2000oSince 1990oSince 1980oSince 1970oSince 1900oCustomFilter By NationalityoAlloAmericanoBritishoFrenchoGermanoIrisho... MoreFilter By GenreoComing Soon100 Best Novels Written in EnglishbyThe GuardianRespected literary critic Robert McCrum selects the definitive 100 novels written inEnglish.1.Pilgrim's ProgressbyJohn Bunyan
One of the most powerful dramas of Christian faith ever written, this captivatingallegory of man's religious journey in search of salvation follows the pilgrim as hetravels an obstacle-filled roa...-PublisheroI've read this bookoI want to read this book2.Robinson CrusoebyDaniel DefoeA shipwreck’s sole escapee, Robinson Crusoe endures 28 years of solitude onaCaribbean island and manages not only to survive but also to prevail. A warm humanity,evocative details of his struggl...
-PublisheroI've read this bookoI want to read this book3.Gulliver's TravelsbyJonathan SwiftFrom the preeminent prose satirist in the English language, a great classic recountingthe four remarkable journeys of ship's surgeon Lemuel Gulliver. For children it remainsan enchanting fantasy;...-PublisheroI've read this bookoI want to read this book4.ClarissabySamuel Richardson
It tells the tragic story of a heroine whose quest for virtue is continually thwarted by herfamily, and is one of the longest novels in the English language.-wikipediaoI've read this bookoI want to read this book5.Tom JonesbyHenry FieldingA foundling of mysterious parentage brought up by Mr. Allworthy on his country estate,Tom Jones is deeply in love with the seemingly unattainable Sophia Western, thebeautiful daughter of the neig...
-PublisheroI've read this bookoI want to read this book6.Tristram ShandybyLaurence SterneAs its title suggests, the book is ostensibly Tristram's narration of his life story. But it isone of the central jokes of the novel that he cannot explain anything simply, that hemust make expla...-WikipediaoI've read this bookoI want to read this book7.EmmabyJane Austen
Before she began the novel, Austen wrote, "I am going to take a heroine whom no-onebut myself will much like."[1] In the very first sentence she introduces the title characteras "Emma Woodhouse, ...-WikipediaoI've read this bookoI want to read this book

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