I am a beginner..Anyone please suggest some classics..I am a beginner..Anyone please suggest some classics… Aleena #recommend #classics
Lord of the rings. Frankenstein.
Pride and Prejudice
Oliver twist and picture of Dorian Gray are both good, without being to overwhelming.
Thank you.. I have read Oliver twist ?
I came here to say this! One of my favorite books!
I’ve seen Hannah from AClockworkReader talking about this and I really want to read it. Hopefully I will get to it over Christmas.
Pride and prejudice,
To kill a mocking bird,
The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton. It’s a classic and an easy read.
Gone with the Wind
I know they have been said already but:
-To Kill a Mockingbird
Beginner to what, classics?
The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe ? ?♀️?
Lord of the Flys, Catcher In the Rye, Farenheit 451, Animal Farm.
Anne of Green Gables.
Of Mice and Men
1984. Lord of the rings, dune, wuthering heights.
The Scarlet letter
the count of monte christo
Reading Jane Austen’s books is good way to start. I particularly enjoyed Persuasion and Northanger Abby.
You may also try Dickens. Oliver Twist and Bleak House are also excellent.
Animal Farm, Hunchback of Notre Dame, Shakespeare, and Poe.
Peter Pan, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Frankenstein, and Wuthering Heights are some of my favorites
How did you finish withering heights? After Catherine died it became unbearable .
I kind of just liked the book in general. I liked seeing the characters develop, the subtle notes of the supernatural were fun, and the relationships were ridiculous but also surprisingly deep with backstories for a majority of them that lead them to be what they became.
@Alice you didn’t find it depressing? I mean at one point I laughed at Heath cliff but everyone is so morose after Catherine dies that the chapters drags, and then when Edgar and Isabella are plotting to kill Heath cliff it gets so heavy
@Atlanta There were parts that were really dark, but—without going into a drawn out explanation/English majory rant—I was reading it for Heathcliff and his reaction to her death. He’s the craziest person and I kind of thought the entire reason he inherited everything was funny. Their hatred and live for each other was fun to watch okay out
@Alice he’s very crazy indeed
Jane Eyre. ?
The Picture of Dorian Gray
to kill a mocking bird
Franz Kafka”s Metamorphosis (so funny); Leo Tolstoy short stories especially the one with the shoemaker