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what is the easiest book to read and understand out of my list of books? by Orange? Q: # Chinua Achebe: Things Fall Apart, No Longer At Ease # Bronte sisters: Jane Eyre, Wuthering Heights # Albert Camus: The Plague # Willa Cather: My Antonia, O Pioneers! # Miguel Cervantes: Don Quixote # Stephen Crane: The Red Badge of Courage # Joseph Conrad: Heart of Darkness # Charles Dickens: Great Expectations, A Tale of Two Cities, A Christmas Carol, David Copperfield, The Pickwick Papers, Nicholas Nickleby, Bleak House, Oliver Twist # Annie Dillard: An American Childhood (A Pilgrim at Tinker Creek, The Living) # Fyodor Dostoyevsky: Crime and Punishment, The Brothers Karamazov (The Idiot, Notes from Underground) # Theodore Dreiser: Sister Carrie # George Eliot: Silas Marner, The Mill on the Floss, Middlemarch (Adam Bede) # William Faulkner: The Sound and the Fury # F. Scott Fitzgerald: The Great Gatsby # Gustave Flaubert: Madame Bovary # E. M. Forster: A Room with a View # William Golding: Lord of the Flies # Thomas Hardy: Far From the Madding Crowd, The Return of the Native, # The Mayor of Casterbridge, Tess of the D'urbervilles # Nathaniel Hawthorne: The Scarlet Letter # Ernest Hemingway: The Sun Also Rises, A Farewell to Arms, The Old Man and the Sea # Victor Hugo: Les Miserables # Zora Neale Hurston: Their Eyes Were Watching God # Aldous Huxley: Brave New World # James Joyce: The Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man # Harper Lee: To Kill a Mockingbird # Herman Melville: Moby Dick # George Orwell: Animal Farm, 1984 (Burmese Days, Shooting an Elephant) # Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn: One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich, The First Circle, Cancer Ward # John Steinbeck: The Grapes of Wrath, Of Mice and Men, The Red Pony # Stendhal, The Red and the Black # Robert Louis Stevenson, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde # Jonathan Swift: Gulliver's Travels # J. R. R. Tolkien: The Lord of the Rings # Leo Tolstoy: Anna Karenina, War and Peace (Childhood) # Mark Twain: The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn # Edith Wharton: Ethan Frome # Oscar Wilde: The Picture of Dorian Gray

A: I have read most of these books here are my opinions on some of them. I think that these three would be the easiest books in your list to read: Of Mice and Men, To Kill a Mockingbird, The Great Gatsby, Lord of the Flies, Brave New World I liked these but the tend to be a bit long: A Tale of Two Cities, David Copperfield, Les Miserables, the Grapes of Wrath I found these to be extremely boring: War and Peace, A Christmas Carol, Moby Dick

Pick an Author (for 6-9 pg research paper)? by olibobwa Q: Please any novels you've read or watched(if there is a movie) would be great. Whether you enjoyed it or not plus a little about what it's about-------- THanks People Margaret Atwood Jane Austen Saul Bellow Thomas Berger Charlotte Bronte Emily Bronte John Cheever Kate Chopin Joseph Conrad James Fenimore Cooper Stephen Crane Charles Dickens E.L. Doctorow John Dos Passos Theodore Dreiser George Eliot (Marian Evans) Louise Erdrich Ralph Ellison William Faulkner F. Scott Fitzgerald Graham Greene Thomas Hardy Nathaniel Hawthorne Ernest Hemingway Zora Neale Hurston John Irving Henry James James Joyce D.H. Lawrence Bernard Malamud Herman Melville N. Scott Momaday Toni Morrison Iris Murdoch Frank Norris Joyce Carol Oates Flannery O’Connor Walker Percy Edgar Allan Poe Katherine Anne Porter Philip Roth Sir Walter Scott Mary Shelley John Steinbeck William Styron Amy Tan W.M. Thackeray Jean Toomer Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens) John Updike Gore Vidal Kurt Vonnegut Alice Walker Robert Penn Warren Evelyn Waugh Eudora Welty Edith Wharton Thomas Wolfe Tom Wolfe Virginia Woolf Richard Wright

A: When you have so many authors to choose from, it's helpful to pick something you are interested in. For example, I might pick Jane Austen, read Pride and Prejudice, and write a paper about the British social class structure during the Regency. Or I might choose John Steinbeck, read Grapes of Wrath, and write a paper that focused on whether or not Steinbeck's views on the effects of the Dust Bowl/Great Depression were accurate. Maybe I would pick Amy Tan, read the Joy Luck Club, and write about the place of immigrates in the U.S. These are all subjects I like and would enjoy reading about. The point is to pick an author who writes about something you are interested in. Don't pick something because it seems easy or you watched the movie (that is the worst idea anyway because the movie is almost never like the book). Pick something that is interesting to you; you will enjoy doing your research more and your paper will be much better because of it. Good luck!

So I have to read a novel from this list of authors.? by Surfferman Q: I have to read a novel for Composition 2 and I have this list of authors to choose from. Margaret Atwood Jane Austen Saul Bellow Thomas Berger Charlotte Bronte Emily Bronte John Cheever Kate Chopin Joseph Conrad James Fenimore Cooper Stephen Crane Charles Dickens E.L. Doctorow John Dos Passos Theodore Dreiser George Eliot (Marian Evans) Louise Erdrich Ralph Ellison William Faulkner F. Scott Fitzgerald Graham Greene Thomas Hardy Nathaniel Hawthorne Ernest Hemingway Zora Neale Hurston John Irving Henry James James Joyce D.H. Lawrence Bernard Malamud Herman Melville N. Scott Momaday Toni Morrison Iris Murdoch Frank Norris Joyce Carol Oates Flannery O’Connor Walker Percy Edgar Allan Poe Katherine Anne Porter Philip Roth Sir Walter Scott Mary Shelley John Steinbeck William Styron Amy Tan W.M. Thackeray Jean Toomer Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens) John Updike Gore Vidal Kurt Vonnegut Alice Walker Robert Penn Warren Evelyn Waugh Eudora Welty Edith Wharton Thomas Wolfe Tom Wolfe Virginia Woolf Richard Wright Ive looked through every single author trying to find one that I could actually enjoy reading, but nothing ever pops up for me. I like adventure books that are not extremely wordy or that sound like they are from the 18th century. Most of the authors I have found have written books that sound like that, and I know I would fall asleep after the first page if I got those books. Please point me in the right direction!

A: Try The Professor by Charlotte Bronte Vanity Fair by Thackery Lady Chatterley's Lover by D H Lawrence Connecticut yankee in King Arthurs Court by Mark Twain The Colour Purple by Alice Walker I enjoyed all of these

Which of these AP Lit books is easy and exciting to read? by cheerchick23 Q: I have to read an independent novel and need suggestions. I want something relatively short and easy to read and understand. I'd also like an exciting story, or at least something that I can "get into". For example, Moby Dick is out of the question... Long, confusing, tough to read, AND boring. Please help :) Here's the reading list, organized by author! Thank you! Fiction (Novel & Short Story) A, B Chinua Achebe (Things Fall Apart) Julia Alvarez (In the Time of the Butterflies) Kingsley Amis (Lucky Jim) Martin Amis (Time's Arrow) Rudolfo Anaya (Serafina's Stories) Margaret Atwood (The Handmaid's Tale, Alias Grace, Surfacing) Jane Austen (Pride and Prejudice) James Baldwin (Go Tell It on the Mountain) Saul Bellow (The Adventures of Augie March) Charlotte Bronte (Jane Eyre) Emily Bronte (Wuthering Heights) C Italo Calvino (Invisible Cities, The Baron in the Trees) Albert Camus (The Plague, The Stranger) Truman Capote (In Cold Blood) Raymond Carver (Cathedral) Willa Cather (Death Comes for the Archbishop, O Pioneers!) Sandra Cisneros (The House on Mango Street) John Cheever (The Wapshot Scandal) Kate Chopin (The Awakening) Joseph Conrad (Heart of Darkness) Stephen Crane (The Red Badge of Courage) D Louis DeBernieres (Corelli's Mandolin) Don DeLillo (Libra) Anita Desai (Clear Light of Day) Charles Dickens (A Tale of Two Cities, Great Expectations) E.L. Doctorow (Ragtime) Fyodor Dostoevsky (Crime and Punishment, Notes from Underground, The Idiot) Theodore Dreiser (Sister Carrie) E, F George Eliot (Middlemarch) Ralph Ellison (The Invisible Man) Louise Erdich (Antelope Wife) William Faulkner (As I Lay Dying, The Sound and the Fury) Henry Fielding (Tom Jones) F. Scott Fitzgerald (The Great Gatsby, Babylon Revisited) Ford Madox Ford (The Good Soldier) E.M. Forster (A Passage to India) John Fowles (The French Lieutenant's Woman, The Magus) G, H Myla Goldberg (Bee Season) Graham Greene (The Heart of the Matter) Jane Hamilton (A Map of the World, The Book of Ruth) Thomas Hardy (Tess of the D'Urbervilles) Nathaniel Hawthorne (The House of the Seven Gables) Ernest Hemingway (The Sun Also Rises, Islands in the Stream) Hermann Hesse (Siddhartha) Zora Neale Hurston (Their Eyes Were Watching God) I, J, K Kazuo Ishiguro (Remains of the Day) Henry James (The Aspern Papers, The American) Ha Jin (Waiting) James Joyce (Dubliners) Franz Kafka (The Metamorphosis) Maxine Hong Kingston (The Woman Warrior) Joy Kogawa (Obasan) Milan Kundera (The Unbearable Lightness of Being) L, M Margaret Laurence (The Stone Angel) D.H. Lawrence (Sons and Lovers) Bernard Malamud (The Fixer, The Natural) Katherine Mansfield (The Garden Party and Other Stories) Gabriel Garcia Marquez (One Hundred Years of Solitude) Bobbie Ann Mason (In Country) Cormac McCarthy (Blood Meridian) Carson McCullers (The Heart is a Lonely Hunter, The Member of the Wedding) Herman Melville (Moby Dick, Billy Budd) Toni Morrison (Jazz, Beloved, Song of Solomon) Bharati Mukherjee (Desirable Daughters, Tree Bride) N, O, P Vladimir Nabokov (Lolita) Joyce Carol Oates (We Were the Mulvaneys) Tim O'Brien (Going After Cacciato, In the Lake of the Woods) Flannery O'Connor (Wise Blood) George Orwell (1984) Cynthia Ozick (Heir to the Glimmering World) Alan Paton (Cry the Beloved Country) Iain Pears (An Instance of the Fingerpost) Katherine Anne Porter (Ship of Fools) R, S, T Erich Maria Remarque (All Quiet on the Western Front) Jean Rhys (Voyage in the Dark) JeanPaul Sartre (No Exit) Jonathan Swift (Gulliver's Travels) Leo Tolstoy (Anna Karenina) Jean Toomer (Cane) Ivan Sergeevich Turgenev (Fathers and Sons) Mark Twain (The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn) U, V, W John Updike (Gertrude and Claudius) Luisa Valenzuela (Clara) Kurt Vonnegut (Slaughterhouse Five) Alice Walker (Temple of My Familiar) Evelyn Waugh (Brideshead Revisited, The Loved One) Eudora Welty (The Optimist's Daughter) Edith Wharton (The House of Mirth) John Edgar Wideman (Brothers and Keepers) Virginia Woolf (To the Lighthouse) Richard Wright (Native Son)

A: Jane Eyre. It's a really good book. It has this dark gothic feeling to it, the characters aren't three dimensional, or beautiful-she actually describes the leading man as ugly, romance, and strong female herione. I was actually shocked by how much I loved the book, I highly recommend you read this book.

Does anyone recomend any of these books? by cutie360 Q: The Awakening Kate Chopin The Ox-Bow Incident By Walter Van Tilburg Clark, The Red Badge of Courage by Stephen Crane, Catch-22 by , Joseph Heller Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest by Ken Kesey Moby-Dick by Herman Melville Sula By Toni Morrison The Chosen by Chaim Potok The Jungle by Upton Sinclair Uncle Tom's Cabin by Harriet Beecher Stowe Slaughterhouse-Five by Kurt Vonnegut Native Son by Richard Wright On the Road by Jack Kerouac Cat's Cradle by Kurt Vonnegut Player Piano by Kurt Vonnegut THE GRAPES OF WRATH by John Steinbeck TO THE LIGHTHOUSE by Virginia Woolf TENDER IS THE NIGHT by F. Scott Fitzgerald AS I LAY DYING by William Faulkner GO TELL IT ON THE MOUNTAIN by James Baldwin The Scarlet Letter By Nathanial Hawthorne THE CALL OF THE WILD by Jack London THE WORLD ACCORDING TO GARP by John Irving THE SUN ALSO RISES by Ernest Hemingway A Farwell to arms by ernest hemingway ENDER'S GAME by Orson Scot

A: one flew over the cuckoo's nest slaughterhouse 5 the grapes of wrath these are all classic american literature, everyone should read slaughterhouse 5 ender's game is a very cool science fiction book. i have not met one person who has read it who hasn't enjoyed it

Which book would you recommend for a high schooler? by 313 Q: First off, I hate reading and have to do this for a report. Pick out of this list please! Author - Title Achebe, Chinua - Things Fall Apart Agee, James - Death in the Family Anaya, Rudolfo, A. - Bless Me, Ultima Arnow, Harriet - The Dollmaker Austen, Jane - Pride and Prejudice Azuala, Mariano - The Underdogs Baldwin, James - Go Tell It on the Mountain Borland, Hal - When the Legends Die Bradbury, Ray - Fahrenheit 451 Bronte, Charlotte - Jane Eyre Bronte, Emily - Wuthering Heights Brookner, Anita - Look at Me Bryant, Dorothy - Miss Giardino Buck, Pearl - The Good Earth Camus, Albert - The Stranger Candelaria, Nash - Memories of the Alhambra Carroll, Lewis - Alice in Wonderland Cather, Willa - My Antonia Chopin, Kate - The Awakening Cisneros, Sandra - The House on Mango Street Clark, Walter V. - Ox-Bow Incident Clarke, Arthur C. - Childhood's End Conrad, Joseph - Heart of Darkness Cormier, Robert - The Chocolate War Crane, Stephen - The Red Badge of Courage Craven, Margaret - I Heard the Owl Call My Name Dickens, Charles - A Tale of Two Cities Doerr, Harriet - Stones for Ibarra Dostoyevsky, Fyodor - Crime and Punishment Ellison, Ralph - Invisible Man Erdrich, Louise - Love Medicine Faulkner, William - The Bear Fitzgerald, F. Scott - The Great Gatsby Flaubert, Gustave - Madame Bovary Forster, E.M. - A Passage to India Frank, Rudolf - No Hero for the Kaiser Gaines, Ernest J. - The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman Garcia Marquez, Gabriel - Love in the Time of Cholera Golding, William - Lord of the Flies Green, Hannah - I Never Promised You a Rose Garden Greene, Bette - Summer of My German Soldier Guest, Judith - Ordinary People Hale, Janet Campbell - The Owl's Song Hammet, Dashiell - The Maltese Falcon Hardy, Thomas - The Mayor of Casterbridge Hawthrone, Nathaniel - Scarlet Letter Heinlein, Robert A. - Stranger in a Strange Land Heller, Jospeh - Catch Twenty-Two Hemingway, Ernest - The Old Man and the Sea Hesse, Hermann - Siddhartha Hinojosa, Rolando - Dear Rafe Hugo, Victor - Les Miserables Hurston, Zora Neale - Their Eyes Were Watching God Huxley, Aldous - Brave New World Islas, Arturo The Rain God Jackson, Helen Hunt - Ramona James, Henry - The Turn of the Screw Jolley, Elizabeth - Miss Peabody's Inheritance Joyce, James - Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man Kawabata, Yasunari - Snow Country Keyes, Daniel - Flowers for Algermon Kim, Richard E. - Martyred Kincaid, Jamaica - Annie John Kinsella, W.P. - Shoeless Joe Knowles, John - Separate Peace LaFarge, Oliver - Sons and Lovers Leffland, Ella - Rumors of Peace LeGuin, Ursula - The Left Hand of Darkness Lewis, Sinclair -

A: ok, from the ones ive read i would reccomend: The Stranger by Albert Camus Pride and Prejudice Wuthering Hights The Great Gatsby (although i read this book in 8th grade. it doesnt seem to be high school level) The Owl's Song Brave New World!!!!------awsome book!!best book off the list Flowers for Algernon-although a really great sad story, i read it in 6 grade... A Separate Peace----i personally hated the book with a passion, but many others in my class loved it

Heart of Darkness and The Red Badge of Courage? by sxydoll15 Q: I wanted to know if there are any movies or the specific movies to rent on the books...Heart of darkness by Joseph conrad and The red badge of courage by stephen crane. please help i need to see these movies for a school project! ............thanks..........

A: yes there are movies, but you need to read the books if they have been assigned. John Huston directed a controversial Red Badge of Courage. Apocalypse Now transferred Heart of Darkness into the war in Vietnam. I don't think either movie will serve to replace reading the books. I jus checked with Google and there are a couple of versions of Heart of Darkness available as videos. They may suit you better than Apocalyse Now.

I need help with my Pre-11 AP Language and Comp. summer assignment? by U Q: I need to choose a fiction book from the list given to us by next year's teacher. NOTE: We need to choose a novel in which such a character plays a significant role and show how that character's alienation reveals the surrounding society's assumptions and moral values. Here's the list of authors we're able to pick from. Chinua Achebe Kingsley Amis Rudolfo Anaya Margaret Atwood Jane Austen James Baldwin Saul Bellow Charlotte Bronte Emily Bronte Raymond Carver Willa Cather Sandra Cisneros John Cheever Kate Chopin Colette Joseph Conrad Stephen Crane Anita Desai Charles Dickens George Elliot Ralph Ellison Louise Erdrick William Faulkner Henry Fielding F. Scott Fitzgeral Ford Madox Ford E. M. Forster Thomas Hardy Nathaniel Hawthorne Ernest Hemingway Zora Neale Hurston Kazuo Ishiguro Henry James James Joyce Maxine Hong Kingston Joy Kogawa Margaret Laurence D. H. Lawrence Bernard Malamud Katherine Mansfield Gabriel Garcia Marquez Bobbie Ann Mason Carson McCullers Herman Melville Toni Morrison Bharati Mukherjee Vladimir Nabokov Flannery O' Connor Cynthia Ozick Katherine Anne Porter Jean Rhys Jonathan Swift Leo Tolstoy Mark Twain John Updike [lolololol] Luisa Valenzuela Alice Walker Evelyn Waugh Eudora Welty Edith Wharton John Edgar Widerman Virginia Woolf Richard Wright I was thinking about reading The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald* Any good suggestions?

A: The problem with Gatsby is that he is a rather distant figure in the novel. It's told through the viewpoint of another character, plus alienation isn't a major theme of the novel. Ralph Ellison - The Invisible Man - if you are looking for alienation from society, this is it in black and white (literally). Thomas Hardy - Tess of the D'Ubervilles. A clear case of a charcter being ostracized from society and actually ostracizing herself due to moral values. Carson McCullers - Heart is a Lonely Hunter. You can pick one of the many characters who are lonely and alienated - the tomboy, the deaf/mute gay guy, the doctor, etc.

What's your favorite classic? by ♥☆Light's Kira loves Draco☆♥ Q: Jane Austen, John Steinbeck, Edith Wharton, Henry James, Fyodor Dostoevsky, Leo Tolstoy, Jack London, Emily Bronte, Charlotte Bronte, Voltaire, Shakespeare, Kate Chopin, Charles Dickens, Alexander Dumas, Willa Cather, Edgar Allen Poe, Joseph Conrad, Stephen Crane, Oscar Wilde, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Homer, Jonathan Swift, Mark Twain, Franz Kafka, James Clavell, ETC....... Who are your favorite classic authors, and/or what are your favorite classic works? Why? - - - If you don't know, don't answer >=p - - - I personally LOVE Charlotte Bronte's "Jane Eyre". It was a remarkable read! As was Leo Tolstoy's "Anna Karenina", and Volatire's "Candide". "Of Mice and Men" from Steinbeck will also remain a personal fave of mine, and his "Grapes of Wrath" was also pretty good. Nathaniel Hawthorne's short stories are just incredible. and etc... =D

A: I LOVE Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. But I also recommend: Grapes of Wrath by Steinbeck (I just noticed you also liked it) Crime and Punishment by Dostoevsky (Currently reading) Anna Karenina along with War and Peace by Tolstoy Les Miserables by Victor Hugo (Half way through) Romeo and Juliet by Shakespeare The Count of Monte Cristo by Dumas (Long held goal of finishing) Both Iliad and the Odyssey by Homer Huck Finn by Twain Lolita by Nabokov As I Lay Dying by Faulkner (God of a book) Basically I love authors that delve deep into society during their time period. I think it's interesting when they bring things up I never would have thought of. In Pride and Prejudice especially, many of Elizabeth's observations were things I would have glanced over...and that makes the book fascinating.

Which Author is the most interesting to Write About? by David Q: Interesting as in biographical, the time period the author was born in, and the styles the author used to write books. Here's the list: Louisa May alcott Maya Angelo Isaac Asimov Jane Austen Baldwin, James Ray Bradbury Truman Capote Willa Cather Joseph Conrad Stephen Crane William Faulkner Alice Walker Jonathan Swift Thomas Mann. Richard Wright Oscar Wilde Walt Whitman Sylvia Plath Toni Morrison.

A: I'd say Baldwin. Wrote during the Harlem Renaissance, very frank. You may want to avoid him if you're homophobic though.

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