Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Top Ten Tuesday: To define is to limit



An odd thing about this week's topic, is that I'm currently reading Pride and Prejudice for the first time.So far so good, but it doesn't feel right to add it to my list just yet. 

Animal Farm
George Orwell
Don't trust a pig!! Guess that saying not only applies to relationships but farms as well.

Gone with the Wind
Margaret Mitchell
I so give a damn about this book. It is extremely long (used to be that way back then) but meaningful. 

Eleanor H. Porter
Taught me to see life through a more positive light.  

The Picture of Dorian Gray
Oscar Wilde
My favorite classic by far. Dark and disturbing, should appeal to all who refuse to accept old age.

Which book made your list?


  1. Nice! Never read any of these myself!

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  2. I liked The Picture of Dorian Grey! I don't know many people who liked it though. I never thought of making a classics list, but it would include Michael Strogoff by Jules Verne and The Prince by Machiavelli. I don't know if that last one counts as a classic, but it's old, so I'll count it.

    1. Jules Vernes has some great classics. I'd count Machiavelli too :D

  3. I have been wanting to read The Picture of Dorian Gray. I even went so far as to download it onto my Kindle. Now just to find time with my already monstrous to-read list.

    1. Too many books, not enough time. One of the main reasons to desire immortality!!