- Marlowe: Faustus and one other play.
- Confucius, China, 551-479 BCE. The Analects.
- Baldwin, James, 1953, Go Tell It On the Mountain.
- Kurt Vonnegut, Slaughterhouse Five.
- John Donne, Divine Meditations
- Murasaki Shikubu, Japan, ca. 990.The Tale of Genji.(abridged)
- Lawrence Sterne, Tristram Shandy.
- Thomas Mann, Death in Venice.
- Mohandas Gandhi, India, 1928. My Experiments with Truth.
- Mario Vargas Llosa, The Time of the Hero (or another work).
- Meshack Asare, Sosu's Call.
- Gunter Grass, The Tin Drum
- Anthony Trollope, 1864, The Small House at Allington.
- Italo Calvino, 1979, If on a winter's night a traveller
- Junichio Tanizaki, Japan, 1943. The Makioka Sisters
- Henry Fielding, Joseph Andrews.
- Naguib Mahfouz, The Cairo Trilogy, vol. 1
- Edith Wharton, The Custom of the Country.
- Chaim Potok, 1972, My Name is Asher Lev.
- Thomas Mann, Germany, 1924. The Magic Mountain.
|It's like rolling a d20!|
Some of these are titles I'm looking forward to, some are scary, and some I know nothing about! As always, The Makioka Sisters is on the list, which probably guarantees that 15 will not get picked. I'm just going to keep putting it on there until I read it.
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