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1. Miguel Cervantes. Don Quixote
2. John Bunyan. pilgrim
3. Daniel Defoe. Robinson Crusoe
4. Jonathan Swift. Gulliver's Travels
5. Henry Fielding. The History of Tom Jones
6. Samuel Richardson. Clarissa
7. Laurence Sterne. The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman
8. Choderlos de Laclos. Dangerous ties
9. Jane Austen. Emma
10. Mary Shelley. Frankenstein
11. Thomas Love Peacock. nightmare Abbey
12 Honore de Balzac. Black Sheep (The Black Sheep)
13. Stendhal. Charterhouse of Parma
14. Alexandre Dumas. Count of Monte Cristo
15. Benjamin Disraeli. Sibyl
16. Charles Dickens. The Life of David Copperfield, told by himself
17. Emile Bronte. Wuthering Heights
18. Charlotte Bronte. Jane Eyre
19. William Thackeray. Vanity Fair
20. Nathaniel Hawthorne. The Scarlet Letter
21. Herman Melville. Moby Dick
22. Gustave Flaubert. Madame Bovary
23. Wilkie Collins. Woman in white
24. Lewis Carroll. Alice in Wonderland
25. Louisa May Olcott. little women
26. Anthony Trollope. The roads that we choose
27. Leo Tolstoy. Anna Karenina
28. George Eliot. Daniel Deronda
29. Dostoevsky. The Brothers Karamazov
30. Henry James. Female portrait
31. Mark Twain. The Adventures of Huckleberry Fin
32. Robert Louis Stevenson. The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
33. Jerome K. Jerome
34. Oscar Wilde. The Picture of Dorian Gray
35. George and Weedon Grossmith. Diary of a
36. Thomas Hardy. Jude the Obscure
37. Erskine Childers. The Riddle of the Sands
38. Jack London. Call of the Wild
39. Joseph Conrad. Nostromo
40. Kenneth Graham. Wind in the Willows
41. Marcel Proust. In Search of Lost Time
42. DH Lawrence. Rainbow
43. F. Madox Ford. The Good soldier
44. John Buchan. The Thirty-Nine Steps
45. James Joyce. Ulysses
46. ​​Virginia Woolf. Mrs. Dalouey
47. Edward Morgan Forster. Way to India
48. F.S.Fittsdzherald. The Great Gatsby
49. Franz Kafka. Process
50. Ernest Hemingway. Men Without Women
51. Louis-Ferdinand Céline. Journey to the End of the Night
52. William Faulkner. As I Lay Dying
53. Aldous Huxley. Brave New World
54. Evelyn Waugh. Sensation
55. John Dos Passos. USA
56. Raymond Chandler. Farewell, my beauty!
57. Nancy Mitford. In searching of love
58. Albert Camus. Plague
59. George Orwell. 1984
60. Samuel Beckett. Malone dies
61. Jerome Salinger. The Catcher in the Rye
62. Flannery O'Connor. wise blood
63. E.B.Uayt. Charlotte's Web
64. John R.R.Tolkien. Lord of the Rings
65. Kingsley Amis. Lucky Jim
66. William Golding. Lord of the Flies
67. Graham Greene. The Quiet American
68. Jack Kerouac. On the road
69. Vladimir Nabokov. Lolita
70. Günter Grass. The tin drum
71. Chinua Achebe. And it's destruction
72. Muriel Spark. Miss Jean Brodie in her prime
73. Harper Lee. To Kill a Mockingbird…
74. Joseph Heller. Correction - 22
75. Saul Bellow. duke
76. Gabriel Garcia Marquez. Hundred Years of Solitude
77. Elizabeth Taylor. Mrs. Palfrey at Claremont
78. John le Carré. Spy, get out
79. Toni Morrison. Song of Solomon
80. Beryl Bainbridge. The Bottle Factory Outing
81. Norman Mailer. The executioner's Song
82. Italo Calvino. If on a winter's night a traveler
83. VS Naipaul. river bend
84. Joseph M. Coetzee. Waiting for the Barbarians
85. Marilyn Robinson. Home
86. Alasdar Gray. Lanark
87. Paul Auster. The New York Trilogy
88. Roald Dahl. BDV, or big and kind Giant (The BFG)
89. Primo Levi. Periodic system
90. Martin Amis. Money
91. Kazuo Ishiguro. Artist in the floating world
92. Peter Carey. Oscar and Lucinda
93. Milan Kundera. The Book of Laughter and Forgetting
94. Salman Rushdie. Charon and sea stories
95. James Ellroy. LA Confidential
96. Angela Carter. Wise children
97. Ian McEwen. Redemption
98. Philip Pullman. Northern Lights
99. Philip Roth. American Pastoral.

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