More Books on the shelves

Can you stand just one more Booklist?

I finally went through and wrote down the books we currently have in the living room bookshelves, that we inherited when Father's mom passed away several years ago. We still have a couple plastic tubs full of books out in the garage but we just don't have room in the house.

There are 6 Treasury of World Masterpiece books bought in 1983 from B.Dalton. I found a receipt in one of the books. They hold the complete and unabridged stories of

1) Jane Austen - Pride and Prejudice, Northanger Abbey, Persuasion, Emma
2) Charles Dickens - Oliver Twist, Great Expections, A Tale of Two Cities
3) Charles Dickens - Nicholas Nickelby, Hard Times, A Christmas Carol
4) Sir Arthur Conan Doyle - The complete collection of Sherlock Holmes which is Adventures of, Memoirs of, Return of, A Study in Scarlett, The Sign of Four and The Hounds of Baskervilles
5) Oscar Wilde - The complete collection including Picture of Dorian Gray
6) Edgar Allan Poe - Complete Tales of Mystery and Imagination, Narrative of Arthur Gordin Pym, plus The Raven and other poems.

Individual books are:

  1. The Brothers Karamazov by Fyodor Dostoevsky
  2. The Idiot by Fyodor Dostoevsky
  3. The Tragedies of William Shakespeare
  4. Les Miserables - Victor Hugo
  5. Pilgrims Progress - John Bunyon
  6. Gullivers Travels - Jonathan Swift
  7. The Autobiography of Henry VIII with notes by his Fool, Will Somers by Margaret George.
  8. The Stargazer by Zsolt De Harsanyi - The novel of the life of Galileo
  9. Ivanhoe by William Scott
  10. Napolean Bonaparte by J.M. Thompson
  11. The Moonstone by Wilkie Collins
  12. Salome - a Tragedy in One Act by Oscar Wilde
  13. Complete Works of the Arabian Knights
  14. The Apostly by Sholem Asch
  15. Plato's 5 Great Dialogues: Apology, Crite, Phaedo, Symposium and Republic
  16. Aristotle - On man in the Universe: Metaphysics, Parts of Animals, Ethics, Politics and Poetics.
  17. What is Art and Essays on Art by Leo Tolstoy
  18. Sharon Kay Penham's When Christ and His Saints Slept, The Sunne in Spendor, Falls the Shadow and Here Be Dragons.
  19. The Founder: Cecil Rhodes and the Pursuit of Power by Robert Rotberg
  20. Riddle of the Reich by Wythe Williams

I won't be reading them all this year. I will slowly incorporate them into various challenges and take my time.

1 comment:

  1. There are some great titles on there!! Have fun reading these!


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