Paul Maxwell's Top 25 Books Worth Reading

Paul Maxwell, Lifelong Reader
 
1.  A Farewell to Arms –Ernest Hemingway
2.  Tender is the Night –F. Scott Fitzgerald
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3.  The Picture of Dorian Gray –Oscar Wilde
4.  Journey to the End of the Night –Louis-Ferdinand Celine
5.  Wuthering Heights –Emily Bronte
6.  Anna Karenina –Leo Tolstoy
7.  Vanity Fair –William Makepeace Thackery
8.  Sons and Lovers –D. H. Lawrence
9.  The Brothers Karamazov –Fyodor Dostoevsky
10.  The Master and Margarita –Mikhail Bulgakov
11.  JR –William Gaddis
12.  A Fan’s Notes –Frederick Exley
13.  The Bonfire of the Vanities –Tom Wolfe
14.  Light Years –James Salter
15.  The Sheltering Sky –Paul Bowles
16.  Catch 22 –Joseph Heller
17.  Dr. Zhivago –Boris Pasternak
18.  Life and Fate –Vasily Grossman
19.  Gone with the Wind –Margaret Mitchell
20.  The Quiet American –Graham Greene
21.  Waiting for the Barbarians –J. M. Coatzee
22 . Look Homeward, Angel – Thomas Wolfe
23.  For Whom the Bell Tolls –Ernest Hemingway
24.  Point Counter Point –Aldous Huxley
25.  Memoirs of Hadrian –Marguerite Yourcenar

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