50 books that changed literature that everybody should read

Famous aphorism reads: "in order to become smart enough to read ten books, but to find them, you need to read thousands." We present a list of 50 books that changed literature that everybody should read.

1. The Bible

2. Homer, The Odyssey.

3. Giovanni Boccaccio, "The Decameron"

4. Dante Alighieri "the divine Comedy"

5. William Shakespeare "Hamlet"

6. Ernst Theodor Amadeus Hoffmann "Elixirs of Satan"

7. Victor Hugo "Notre Dame Cathedral"

8. Johann Wolfgang Goethe's "Faust"

9. Alexander Pushkin's "Eugene Onegin"

10. Mikhail Lermontov "Hero of our time"

11. Charles Baudelaire "Flowers of evil"

12. Alexander Griboyedov's "Woe from wit"

13. Ivan Turgenev "Fathers and children"

14. Leo Tolstoy "War and peace"

15. Fyodor Dostoevsky's "The Idiot"

16. Lewis Carroll's "Alice in Wonderland" and "Alice in Wonderland"

17. Robert Stevenson "Treasure Island"

18. Mark TWAIN "The Adventures Of Tom Sawyer, The Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn"

19. Oscar Wilde "The Portrait Of Dorian Gray"

20. Anton Chekhov "Ward No. 6"

21. Leonid Andreyev "Life Basil Thebes"

22. Fedor Sologub's "little demon"

23. Yevgeny Zamyatin "We"

24. James Joyce "Ulysses"

25. Franz Kafka "The Castle"

26. Alan Milne "Winnie The Pooh"

27. Maxim Gorky, "the Life of Klim Samgin (Forty years)"

28. Henry Miller's "Tropic Of Cancer"

29. Alexei Tolstoy "the Golden key, or adventures Buratino"

30. John. J. R. R. Tolkien, "the Hobbit, or There and back again"

31. Jean-Paul Sartre "Nausea"

32. Ivan Bunin's "The Life Of Arseniev"

33. Mikhail Sholokhov "And Quiet Flows The Don"

34. Albert Camus "The Stranger"

35. Jerome Salinger "the catcher in the rye"

36. Ernest Hemingway "the old Man and the sea"

37. Vladimir Nabokov "Lolita"

38. Astrid Lindgren "the Kid and Carlson who lives on the roof"

39. William Burroughs "Naked lunch"

40. Anthony Burgess "a Clockwork orange"

41. Ken Kesey "one Flew over the cuckoo's nest"

42. Harry Harrison, "Bill, Hero Of The Galaxy"

43. Mikhail Bulgakov "Master and Margarita"

44. Gabriel Garcia Marquez "one Hundred years of solitude"

45. Carlos Castaneda "the Teachings of don Juan" – "Magical passes"

46. Strugatsky brothers "roadside picnic"

47. Hunter S. Thompson "Fear and loathing in Las Vegas. Savage journey to the heart of the American dream"

48. Milorad pavić "dictionary of the Khazars"

49. Patrick Suskind "Perfume. The story of a murderer"

50. Victor Pelevin "Chapaev and emptiness". published

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

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