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100 must read books 100 must read books Document Transcript

  • 100
Must
Read
Books
 
 1. The
Great
Gatsby
by
F.
Scott
Fitzgerald
 2. The
Prince
by
Niccolo
Machiavelli
 3. Slaughterhouse‐Five
by
Kurt
Vonnegut
 4. 1984
by
George
Orwell
 5. The
Republic
by
Plato
 6. Brothers
Karamazov
by
Fyodor
Dostoevsky
 7. The
Catcher
and
the
Rye
by
J.D.
Salinger
 8. The
Wealth
of
Nations
by
Adam
Smith
 9. For
Whom
the
Bell
Tolls
by
Ernest
Hemingway
 10. The
Picture
of
Dorian
Gray
by
Oscar
Wilde
 11. The
Grapes
of
Wrath
by
John
Steinbeck
 12. Brave
New
World
by
Aldous
Huxley
 13. How
To
Win
Friends
And
Influence
People
by
Dale
Carnegie
 14. Call
of
the
Wild
by
Jack
London
 15. The
Rise
of
Theodore
Roosevelt
by
Edmund
Morris
 16. Swiss
Family
Robinson
by
Johann
David
Wyss
 17. Dharma
Bums
by
Jack
Kerouac
 18. The
Iliad
and
Odyssey
of
Homer
 19. Catch‐22
by
Joseph
Heller
 20. Walden
by
Henry
David
Thoreau
 21. Lord
of
the
Flies
by
William
Golding
 22. The
Master
and
Margarita
by
by
Mikhail
Bulgakov
 23. Bluebeard
by
Kurt
Vonnegut
 24. Atlas
Shrugged
by
Ayn
Rand
 25. The
Metamorphosis
by
Franz
Kafka
 26. American
Boys’
Handy
Book
 27. Into
Thin
Air
by
John
Krakauer
 28. King
Solomon’s
Mines
by
H.
Rider
Haggard
 29. The
Idiot
by
Fyodor
Dostoevsky
 30. A
River
Runs
Through
It
by
Norman
F.
Maclean
 31. The
Island
of
Dr.
Moreau
by
H.G.
Wells
 32. Malcolm
X:
The
Autobiography
 33. Theodore
Rex
by
Edmund
Morris
 34. The
Count
of
Monte
Cristo
by
Alexandre
Dumas
 35. All
Quiet
on
The
Western
Front
by
Erich
Maria
Remarq
 36. The
Red
Badge
of
Courage
by
Stephen
Crane
 37. Lives
of
the
Noble
Greeks
and
Romans
by
Plutarch
 38. The
Strenuous
Life
by
Theodore
Roosevelt
 39. The
Bible
 40. Lonesome
Dove
by
Larry
McMurtry
 41. The
Maltese
Falcon
by
Dashiell
Hammett

  • 42. The
Long
Goodbye
by
Raymond
Chandler
 43. To
Kill
a
Mockingbird
by
Harper
Lee
 44. The
Dangerous
Book
for
Boys
by
Conn
and
Hal
Iggulden
 45. The
Killer
Angels
by
Michael
Shaara
 46. The
Autobiography
of
Benjamin
Franklin
 47. The
Histories
by
Herodotus
 48. From
Here
to
Eternity
by
James
Jones
 49. The
Frontier
in
American
History
by
Frederick
Jackson
Turner
 50. Zen
and
the
Art
of
Motorcycle
Maintenance
by
Robert
Pirsig
 51. Self
Reliance
by
Ralph
Waldo
Emerson
 52. Another
Roadside
Attraction
by
Tom
Robbins
 53. White
Noise
by
Don
Delillo
 54. Ulysses
by
James
Joyce
 55. The
Young
Man’s
Guide
by
William
Alcott
 56. Blood
Meridian,
or
the
Evening
Redness
in
the
West
by
Cormac
McCarthy
 57. Seek:
Reports
from
the
Edges
of
America
&
Beyond
by
Denis
Johnson
 58. Crime
And
Punishment
by
Fyodor
Dostoevsky
 59. Steppenwolf
by
Herman
Hesse
 60. The
Book
of
Deeds
of
Arms
and
of
Chivalry
by
Christine
De
Pizan
 61. The
Art
of
Warfare
by
Sun
Tzu
 62. Don
Quixote
by
Miguel
de
Cervantes
Saavedra
 63. Into
the
Wild
by
Jon
Krakauer
 64. The
Divine
Comedy
by
Dante
Alighieri
 65. The
Hobbit
by
JRR
Tolkien
 66. The
Rough
Riders
by
Theodore
Roosevelt
 67. East
of
Eden
by
John
Steinbeck
 68. Leviathan
by
Thomas
Hobbes
 69. The
Thin
Red
Line
by
James
Jones
 70. Adventures
of
Huckleberry
Finn
by
Mark
Twain
 71. The
Politics
by
Aristotle
 72. First
Edition
of
the
The
Boy
Scout
Handbook
 73. Cyrano
de
Bergerac
by
Edmond
Rostand
 74. Tropic
of
Cancer
by
Henry
Miller
 75. The
Crisis
by
Winston
Churchill
 76. The
Naked
and
The
Dead
by
Norman
Mailer
 77. Hatchet
by
Gary
Paulsen
 78. Animal
Farm
by
George
Orwell
 79. Tarzan
of
the
Apes
by
Edgar
Rice
Burroughs
 80. Beyond
Good
and
Evil
by
Freidrich
Nietzsche
 81. The
Federalist
Papers
by
Alexander
Hamilton,
John
Jay,
and
James
Madison
 82. Moby
Dick
by
Herman
Melville
 83. Essential
Manners
for
Men
by
Peter
Post
 84. Frankenstein
by
Mary
Wollstonecraft
Shelly
 85. Hamlet
by
Shakespeare
 86. The
Boys
of
Summer
by
Roger
Kahn
 87. A
Separate
Peace
by
John
Knowles

  • 88. A
Farewell
To
Arms
by
Ernest
Hemingway
 89. The
Stranger
by
Albert
Camus
 90. Robinson
Crusoe
by
Daniel
Dafoe
 91. The
Pearl
by
John
Steinbeck
 92. On
the
Road
by
Jack
Kerouac
 93. Treasure
Island
by
Robert
Louis
Stevenson
 94. Confederacy
of
Dunces
‐
John
Kennedy
Toole
 95. Foucault’s
Pendulum
‐
Umberto
Eco
 96. The
Great
Railway
Bazaar
by
Paul
Theroux
 97. Fear
and
Trembling
by
Soren
Kierkegaard
 98. Undaunted
Courage
by
Stephen
Ambrose
 99. Paradise
Lost
by
John
Milton
 100. Cannery
Row
by
John
Steinbeck