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ALL-TIME BEST NOVELS
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40.       Daydreamer
3743 posts
 04 Nov 2008 Tue 08:26 pm

Same here lol

One more thing from Ferdydurke:

"Great poetry being great and being poetry cannot fail to astonish us and thus astonishes us"

41.       teaschip
3870 posts
 05 Nov 2008 Wed 03:31 pm

 

Quoting Elisabeth

 hehehe....you bed dutch!  Don´t worry, I did the same thing with a few so called, "American Classics."  We used to read the Cliff Notes on the book and not have to read the entire thing.  I think much "Literature" is over-rated....but of course most people would think I am illiterate too! 

 

 Cliff Notes....I remember those...{#lang_emotions_lol_fast}  Best thing invented...

42.       ciko
784 posts
 05 Nov 2008 Wed 04:27 pm

are you still thinking about novels? you are supposed to be crying because Mccain lost

 

 

Quoting teaschip

Cliff Notes....I remember those...{#lang_emotions_lol_fast} Best thing invented...

 

 

43.       Elisabeth
5732 posts
 05 Nov 2008 Wed 09:36 pm

One of my favorite modern authors, Michael Crichton has died!  His stories were fun, smart and always pure entertainment:

 

 

http://movies.msn.com/movies/article.aspx/?news=338162&GT1=28101

44.       girleegirl
5065 posts
 05 Nov 2008 Wed 09:38 pm

 

Quoting Elisabeth

One of my favorite modern authors, Michael Crichton has died! 

 

 {#lang_emotions_cry}{#lang_emotions_sad}

45.       gOrgeOus
9 posts
 07 Nov 2008 Fri 07:47 am

such a great list.

 

Pride and Prejudice is the best novel of all time though.

46.       yilgun-7
1326 posts
 07 Nov 2008 Fri 12:41 pm

Thank you, Mia...

47.       yilgun-2010
572 posts
 20 Jan 2010 Wed 04:14 am

ALL-TİME BEST NOVELS  15

For novel readers

1- Victor HUGO :  Les Miserables 

2- Fyoder DOSTOYEVSKY : Crime and Punishment    

3-Leo TOLSTOY :  War and Peace

4-James JOYCE :  Ulysses

5- Franz KAFKA :  Die Verwandlung

6-Albert CAMUS :  The Stranger

7-John STEINBECK : The Grapes of Wrath 

8-Ernest HEMINGWAY : The Sun Also Rises          

9 – Yaşar KEMAL :  Ağrıdağı Efsanesi –Legend of Mountain Ağrı- 
10- Paul AUSTER : Timbuktu

11- Jean Paul SARTRE : Les Mots

12- William FAULKNER : The Sound and The Fury

13- Knut HAMSUN : Victoria

14- George ORWELL : Animal Farm

15- Margaret MITCHELL : Gone With the Wind       

 



Edited (1/26/2010) by yilgun-2010

48.       barba_mama
1629 posts
 20 Jan 2010 Wed 12:53 pm

Talking about your classics... To kill a mockingbird!

If you´re not a reader, at least watch the movie. Especially since this seems to be a hot topic on TLC It´s a very impressive story.

49.       slavica
814 posts
 20 Jan 2010 Wed 04:41 pm

 

Quoting yilgun-2010

ALL-TİME BEST NOVELS  15

For novel readers

1- Victor HUGO :  Les Miserables 

2- Fyoder DOSTOYEVSKY : Crime and Punishment    

3-Leo TOLSTOY :  War and Peace

4-James JOYCE :  Ulysses

5- Franz KAFKA :  Die Verwandlung

6-Albert CAMUS :  The Stranger

7-John STEINBECK : The Grapes of Wrath 

8-Ernest HEMINGWAY : The Sun Also Rises          

9 – Yaşar KEMAL :  Ağrıdağı Efsanesi –Legend of Mountain Ağrı- 
10- Paul AUSTER : Timbuktu

11- Jean Paul SARTRE : Les Mots

12- William FAULKNER : The Sound and The Fury

13- Knut HAMSUN : Victoria

14- George ORWELL : Animal Firm

15- Margaret MITCHELL : Gone With the Wind         

 

 

 

Oh, no, Yilgun, dear, NOT AGAIN! {#emotions_dlg.pray}

 

ALL-TIME 15 NOVELS

 

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niobe
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 18 Feb 2007 Sun 01:47 am

 

 

ALL-TİME 15 NOVELS

 

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yilgun-7
1326 posts

 22 Feb 2008 Fri 11:22 pm

 

 

 ALL-TIME BEST NOVELS

 

1.      

yilgun-7
1326 posts

 02 Nov 2008 Sun 04:24 am

 

 

47.      

yilgun-2010
127 posts

 20 Jan 2010 Wed 04:14 am

 

50.       lady in red
6947 posts
 20 Jan 2010 Wed 05:43 pm

You know there´s nothing new under the sun! {#emotions_dlg.bigsmile} - and I do think the addition of ´in my opinion´ would be nice - where is ´Dr Zhivago??!  But Yilgun doesn´t seem to have much time for more modern literature - things don´t have to be old to be good!

 

Quoting slavica

 

 

 

Oh, no, Yilgun, dear, NOT AGAIN! {#emotions_dlg.pray}

 

 




Edited (1/20/2010) by lady in red

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