Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.
This week's theme is classic books. As an English Lit graduate I've read a fair few classic novels in my time, and these, in no particular order, are some of my favourites:
|The Pride and Prejudice of the North.|
|My favourite of Thomas Hardy's novels.|
|The most famous of Jane Austen's works, and rightly so.|
|The battle between love and convention set in |
The Gilded Age of New York.
|The American classic that everyone ought to have read.|
It's so short that you have no excuse!
|Loved the film, love the book even more!|
|The epitome of governess and master romances |
(excluding Maria and Captain Von Trapp of course!) Though I do tend
to skip the young Jane sections and go straight to Thornfield.
|I saw the film version first, and was blown away when|
I read the book some years later. Beautiful.
|An underrated Bronte novel that I absolutely love! I|
actually prefer it to Wuthering Heights.
|I ought to rename my blog 'Second Star to the Right' given that I blog|
about this book so much! An all time favourite.
What's on your lists this week?