And how many books from this list have You read

And how many books from this list have You read? Question of the day! Who dares to answer?

 

1. Mikhail Bulgakov — Master and Margarita

2. Antoine de Saint-exupéry — the Little Prince

3. Mikhail Bulgakov — heart of a Dog

4. Leo Tolstoy — War and peace

5. Fyodor Dostoevsky — Crime and punishment

6. Mikhail Lermontov — a Hero of our time

7. Ilya Ilf, Evgeny Petrov — the Twelve chairs

8. Alexander Pushkin — Eugene Onegin

9. Gabriel Garcia Marquez — one Hundred years of solitude

10. Anton Chekhov — Short Stories

 






11. Nikolai Gogol — Dead souls

12. Fyodor Dostoyevsky — The Idiot

13. Arthur Conan Doyle — Adventures Of Sherlock Holmes

14. Ilya Ilf, Evgeny Petrov — the Golden calf

15. Leo Tolstoy — Anna Karenina

16. Nikolai Gogol — Evenings on a farm near Dikanka

17. Daniel Defoe — Robinson Crusoe

18. Erich Maria Remarque — Three comrades

19. Margaret Mitchell — gone with the wind

20. O. Henry — Stories

 

21. Mark TWAIN — The Adventures Of Tom Sawyer

22. William Shakespeare — Romeo and Juliet

23. Alexandre Dumas — the Three Musketeers

24. Oscar Wilde — The Picture Of Dorian Gray

25. Ernest Hemingway — the old Man and the sea

26. Jerome D. Salinger — the catcher in the rye

27. Alan Alexander Milne — Winnie-The-Pooh

28. Ken Kesey — one Flew over the cuckoo's nest

29. Stendhal — Red and black

30. Erich Maria Remarque is On the Western front without changes

 

31. Alexandre Dumas — The Count Of Monte Cristo

32. William Shakespeare — Hamlet

33. Alexander Pushkin — the captain's daughter

34. Lewis Carroll — Alice in Wonderland

35. Miguel Cervantes — Don Quixote

36. John Tolkien — the Lord of the rings

37. Jane Austen — Pride and prejudice

38. Mark TWAIN — Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn

39. Ivan Goncharov — Oblomov

40. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe — Faust

 

41. Fyodor Dostoevsky — The Brothers Karamazov

42. Alexander green — Scarlet sails

43. Ivan Turgenev — Fathers and sons

44. Mikhail Bulgakov — the White guard

45. Richard Bach — a Seagull named Jonathan Livingston

46. Alexander Pushkin Is The Tales Of Belkin

47. Victor Hugo — Notre Dame De Paris

48. Arthur Conan Doyle — The Hound Of The Baskervilles

49. George Orwell — 1984

50. Jack London — Martin Eden

 

51. Jerome K. Jerome — Three men in a boat, not counting the dog

52. Boris Pasternak — Doctor Zhivago

53. Charlotte Bronte — Jane Eyre

54. Erich Maria Remarque — arc de Triomphe

55. Ray Bradbury 451 degrees Fahrenheit

56. Arkady and Boris Strugatsky — roadside picnic

57. Arkady and Boris Strugatsky — Monday begins on Saturday

58. Mikhail Sholokhov — And Quiet Flows The Don

59. Jules Verne — Children of captain Grant

60. Stanislaw LEM — Solaris

 

61. Alexander Griboedov — Woe from wit

62. Robert Louis Stevenson — treasure Island

63. Homer — The Odyssey

64. Jack London — White Fang

65. Arkady and Boris Strugatsky — Hard to be God

66. Jules Verne — the Mysterious island

67. Ivan Bunin — Dark avenues

68. Richard Bach — Illusions

69. Vladimir Nabokov — Lolita

70. Stendhal — Charterhouse of Parma

 

71. Homer — The Iliad

72. Francis Scott Fitzgerald — The Great Gatsby

73. Giovanni Boccaccio — The Decameron

74. Paulo Coelho — The Alchemist

75. Boris Akunin — The Adventures Of Erast Fandorin

76. Veniamin Kaverin — Two captains

77. Theodore Dreiser — an American tragedy

78. Emily Bronte — Wuthering heights

79. Harper Lee — to Kill a Mockingbird

80. Ernest Hemingway — farewell to arms

 

81. Umberto Eco — The Name Of The Rose

82. Jaroslav Hasek — the good soldier Svejk during the world war

83. Franz Kafka — The Process

84. Nikolai Gogol — Taras Bulba

85. Ethel Lilian Voynich — The Gadfly

86. Colleen McCullough — the thorn birds

87. Ernest Hemingway — a Holiday that is always with you

88. Kurt Vonnegut — Slaughterhouse-five or the children's Crusade

89. Richard Bach Is The Only

90. James \ Par \ Tab — Shogun

 

91. Andrei Platonov — The Foundation Pit

92. Leo Tolstoy — Hadji Murat

93. Victor Hugo — Les Miserables

94. Eleanor Porter — Pollyanna

95. George Sand — Consuelo

96. Richard Bach — Bridge across forever

97. Astrid Lindgren — Pippi Longstocking

98. Erich Maria Remarque — the Life of a loan

99. Voltaire — Candide, or optimism

100. James Joyce — Ulysses.

 

Lessons of the summer

Why Gerasim recessed Mumu

 

 

P. S. And remember, only by changing their consumption — together we change the world! ©

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