Summer/B’day Author List

Here’s the books from 3 authors i’d like to read. You can see my blog on this topic HERE

They’re in chronological orderΒ by year published. I will check off the titles i’ve read and place a date on them if possible πŸ™‚

For now, my plan is to read only the novels of these authors, not their poetry or short stories. Most of this list is copied from the Wikipedia page of each author.

George Eliot (Pen name of Mary Ann (Marian) Evans)

√ Adam Bede, 1859

√ The Mill on the Floss, 1860

√Silas Marner, 1861

√Romola, 1863

√Felix Holt, the Radical, 1866

√ Middlemarch, 1871–72

√ Daniel Deronda, 1876

Elizabeth Gaskell

√Mary Barton(1848)

√Cranford (1851–3)

√Ruth (1853)

√North and South (1854–5)

√Sylvia’s Lovers (1863)

√Wives and Daughters: An Everyday Story (1865)

Charles Dickens *update* I’m no longer reading all of Dickens, I’m only going to try for the following 13

√The Pickwick Papers

√ The Adventures of Oliver Twist

√The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby

√The Old Curiosity Shop

√ A Christmas Carol

√The Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit

√David Copperfield

√Bleak House

√Hard Times: For These Times

√Little Dorrit

A Tale of Two Cities

√Great Expectations

√Our Mutual Friend

Bonus Books!

The listing of books i hadn’t planned on reading from the previous authors, but did!

Mrs. Lirriper’s Lodgings (1863) & Mrs. Lirriper’s Legacy (1864) – One of Dickens’ serials but also includes a short story by Gaskell

Lizzie Leigh By Elizabeth Gaskell

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