20th Century Classics

This page features books from the Easton Press Great Books of the 20th Century Series – 50 literary classics that, in the words of the publisher, “will stand the test of time.”   The complete series of these books includes:

  1. Baldwin, James – Go Tell it on the Mountain
  2. Borges, Jorge Luis – Ficciones
  3. Bradbury, Ray – Fahrenheit 451
  4. Burgess, Anthony – A Clockwork Orange
  5. Camus, Albert – The Stranger
  6. Capote, Truman – In Cold Blood
  7. Cather, Willa – Death Comes for the Archbishop
  8. Ellison, Ralph – Invisible Man
  9. Faulkner, William – Light in August
  10. Fitzgerald, F. Scott – The Great Gatsby
  11. Forster, E.M. – A Passage to India
  12. Greene, Graham – The Power and the Glory
  13. Heller, Joseph – Catch-22
  14. Hemingway, Ernest – The Sun Also Rises
  15. Huxley, Aldous – Brave New World
  16. James, Henry – The Ambassadors
  17. Joyce, James – Ulysses
  18. Kafka, Franz – The Trial
  19. Kerouac, Jack – On the Road
  20. Kesey, Ken – One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest
  21. Koestler, Arthur – Darkness at Noon
  22. Lawrence, D.H. – Women in Love
  23. Lee, Harper – To Kill a Mockingbird
  24. Lewis, Sinclair – Babbitt
  25. London, Jack – The Call of the Wild
  26. Mann, Thomas – The Magic Mountain
  27. Márquez, Gabriel García – One Hundred Years of Solitude
  28. Maugham, Somerset – Of Human Bondage
  29. McCullers, Carson – The Heart is a Lonely Hunter
  30. Mitchell, Margaret – Gone with the Wind
  31. Morrison, Toni – Beloved
  32. Nabokov, Vladmir – Lolita
  33. Orwell, George – Nineteen Eighty-Four
  34. Pasternak, Boris – Dr. Zhivago
  35. Plath, Sylvia – The Bell Jar
  36. Prous, Marcel – Swann’s Way
  37. Rand, Ayn – The Fountainhead
  38. Remarque, Erich Maria – All Quiet on the Western Front
  39. Roth, Philip – Portnoy’s Complaint
  40. Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr – One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich
  41. Steinbeck, John – The Grapes of Wrath
  42. Updike, John – Rabbit, Run
  43. Vonnegut, Kurt – Slaughterhouse-Five
  44. Walker Alice – The Color Purple
  45. Warren, Robert Penn – All the King’s Men
  46. Waugh, Evelyn – Brideshead Revisited
  47. Wharton, Edith – The Age of Innocence
  48. Wiesel, Elie – Night
  49. Woolf, Virginia – To the Lighthouse
  50. Wright, Richard – Native Son

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