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1001 Books to Read Before You Die.

Is anyone else working on this list?

I'd love a little company!  I've been chugging through it for a few years now.  (I'm at something like 8% read) They change the list every couple of years, and I'm using the combined list, so my list is closer to 1300 books.

I'm finding some wickedly good books that I never would have even known about. Is it cheating if I listen to a lot of them on audio? I spend a LOT of time in my car.


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I just recently couldn't read The Adventures of Augie March. Got halfway and couldn't do it. Has some good parts but Saul Bellow is I don't know, too wordy? So there ya go.
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I glanced through the list, and saw only a few books I've read. Guess I better get busy!

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I have this fancy spreadsheet that someone compiled (I had to pay like $5 or something for it b/c of copyright issues) and it lets me note the books I've read and will give me the statistics... It also says what edition of the 1001 BTRBYD it was in, number of pages and the year the book was originally published. Nerdy much?

IMHO there is too much Vonnegut on the list (not a fan) and I won't be reading the James Joyce's. He's unreadable!

I'm currently listening to Howard's End in the car. When I finish that I will be at 7.7% for all three editions and 8.5% for just the 2012 edition.


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I've not seen this list, but have been picking and choosing from other "read before you die" lists culled from the internet. Just scanning through, I see a bunch that I've read. I gave up on James Joyce too.

I'm a bit surprised about a couple of Margaret Atwood books that didn't make it that I think are better than a couple of hers that did. Of course, any kind of list like this is going to be subjective.


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There's only about 20 books on that list that are must-reads.  The rest are just some fool's favorite books.  Some of them suck so bad no one should ever read them.

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There's only about 20 books on that list that are must-reads.  The rest are just some fool's favorite books.  Some of them suck so bad no one should ever read them.

Gonna tell us which is which?

I'm betting you are a fan of Vonnegut.


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Anything by Hemingway is a must not read.
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Anything by Hemingway is a must not read.

Really?  ???   I like Hemmingway.

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Anything by Hemingway is a must not read.

Really?  ???   I like Hemmingway.

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Anything by Hemingway is a must not read.

Really?  ???   I like Hemmingway.

Yeah but you're weird.

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I'll read Hemingway over Jane Austen any day!  :D

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One of the things I like about my B&N Nook is that you get a free book every Friday.

Sometimes, it's something like "Confessions of a teen vampire shopaholic", but quite often they're good and I end up reading a lot of things I wouldn't normally pick off the bookshelf in the library.

Reading preference is very personal, and I haven't had much luck with lists.
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I haven't had much luck with lists.

That's what prompted me to start using more than one list. I found a few and printed them out and seek out things that show up on more than one of them. That's worked pretty well so far.


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Chuck D was there. :laugh:

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I've noticed several I've read. But I did a word search for some very good authors and found none of them. Primary reason is that the list is predominantly fiction, and I prefer non-fiction.

Where's Will Durant, David McCollough, Stephen Herrero, Edmund Morris, . . .  Where's history, biography, wildlife science, classics of psychology, etc.? It seems the list of good books excluded might be a better starting point.

So no, I won't be working on that list at all. To each his or her own. Thanks anyhow.


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I think that is because the list is NOVELS. Not Non-Fiction.

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I think that is because the list is NOVELS. Not Non-Fiction.

Yeah, pretty much what I said. But there is some very good literature in such things as history. Why exclude it?

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I've read the three Steinbecks on the list, To Kill a Mockingbird, Little Women, Old Man and the Sea, Poisonwood Bible (there are better Kingsolver books IMHO), Crime & Punishment, Walden, the Scarlet Letter, Gulliver's Travels, the Great Gatsby, the Hobbit, Lord of the Flies, Sense & Sensibility, Pride & Prejudice, Gone with the Wind, & Out of Africa

The last two the movies were better than the books!

Did not like Prayer for Owen Meany, Madame Bovary, or 100 years of Solitude - couldn't even finish the last one

May be a few others on the list that I've read and missed - wish it was in alphabetical order.

Like Travis I like a lot of non-fiction as well - so my greatest "books" list would be quite different.


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It would be interesting to create our own must list. James Joyce would not be on mine although I took a semester of just his writing. I never liked long explanations of the delights of the urine flavour of kidney pie.

My life list would start with some kids picture books and include young adult and history but also a lot of sci fi and of course my books and RebeccaD's

I love one called Mere Mortals BY Neil Ravin and Ghost Boy by Ian Lawrence


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There's only about 20 books on that list that are must-reads.  The rest are just some fool's favorite books.  Some of them suck so bad no one should ever read them.

I agree there's a lot of crap on that list.  My total is 119, and I haven't read much fiction in the last 30 years.
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I think I'll just read until I die and leave it at that.
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Yeah, pretty much what I said. But there is some very good literature in such things as history. Why exclude it?

History is just fiction based on real events, as is most 'non-fiction.'

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A list such as this, is, IMHO, nonsense.  Kind of like listing the best ice cream flavors.  I've read quite a few on the list but there are many more that I wouldn't even consider.  They may be quite good and then again, maybe not.  I read for two reasons - to learn and for enjoyment.  With non-fiction books not listed, it eliminates a lot of my favorites (history, biography, natural science, travel, etc), not all though, by any means.  And sometimes the ones I read for enjoyment are hardly great litrature, but does it matter?  Seems to me there is a bit of snobbery in compiling something like this.

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There's only about 20 books on that list that are must-reads.  The rest are just some fool's favorite books.  Some of them suck so bad no one should ever read them.

Gonna tell us which is which?

I'm betting you are a fan of Vonnegut.

I do enjoy Vonnegut, but I realize that his style is not for everyone.

As for the list provided, I have read a good number of them and these are the books I would read again:

The Virgin Suicides, Jeffrey Eugenides
The Remains Of The Day, Kazuo Ishiguro
The Bluest Eye, Toni Morrison
Love In The Time Of Cholera, Gabriel García Márquez
The Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy, Douglas Adams
Surfacing, Margaret Atwood
The Master And Margarita, Mikhail Bulgakov
God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater, Kurt Vonnegut
One Day In The Life Of Ivan Denisovich, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest, Ken Kesey
Catch-22, Joseph Heller
The Lord Of The Rings, J.R.R. Tolkien
The Catcher In The Rye, J.D. Salinger
The Plague, Albert Camus
Cannery Row, John Steinbeck
Brave New World, Aldous Huxley
The Maltese Falcon, Dashiell Hammett
Ethan Frome, Edith Wharton
Sister Carrie, Theodore Dreiser
The Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn, Mark Twain
The Brothers Karamazov, Fyodor Dostoevsky
Anna Karenina, Leo Tolstoy
The Count Of Monte-Cristo, Alexandre Dumas
Candide, Voltaire
Don Quixote, Miguel de Cervantes


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Here is my take on the list. The ones I'd read again:

The Secret History, Donna Tartt
Middlesex, Jeffrey Eugenides
A Confederacy Of Dunces, John Kennedy Toole
Catch-22, Joseph Heller
To Kill A Mockingbird, Harper Lee
The Tin Drum, Günter Grass
The Old Man And The Sea, Ernest Hemingway
The Grapes Of Wrath, John Steinbeck
The Postman Always Rings Twice, James M. Cain
Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland, Lewis Carroll
The Scarlet Letter, Nathaniel Hawthorne
Through The Looking Glass, And What Alice Found There, Lewis Carroll
Everything by Margaret Atwood


And a few I can't believe aren't on the list:

Deliverance, James Dickey
American Tragedy, Theodore Dreiser
Oryx & Crake, Margaret Atwood
Year of the Flood, Margaret Atwood
Double Indemnity, James. M. Cain
Mildred Pierce, James. M. Cain
20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, Jules Verne


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I think that is because the list is NOVELS. Not Non-Fiction.

Yeah, pretty much what I said. But there is some very good literature in such things as history. Why exclude it?

History is just fiction based on real events, as is most 'non-fiction.'

I have to disagree. Yes, history inevitably has a slant and interpretation that depends upon the author. However, the characters are real, the dates generally valid, and the entire story line is not constructed to produce allegory etc. Better history is not a product predominantly of imagination, with some contrived moral lesson. Poorer history may attempt a patriotic line, but better history exposes many myths in our common heritage. The better history exposes more myths than it relies on.

But if you believe that history is fiction, I'd expect you to show that you've read enough of it to speak from personal experience. Unfortunately, calling history fiction could become, for some people, a poor excuse not to read it, compare authors, and understand their possible biases. At an extreme, declining to read history may be simply anti-intellectualism. And how else are we to study the past?

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Never saw such a list before, but looking through the one you linked to, I have read 151 of them.  Some were HS required reading, like Somerset Maugham, and others appealed to me to brighten my days while locked up.  :)  I always have liked finding an author and reading as many of his books as I could, which led me to read many Doyle, Steinbeck, Tolkien, Conrad, Golding, etc...

Of course, I am older than most of you, and have had many years of leisure to spend my time reading.  I have been reading what might be called serious fiction for over 45 yrs, so 3 a year is not all that impressive.


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Hey, whatever happened to that "What are you reading" thread?  I used to really like that thread.  Got all kinds of good ideas from it.

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