Some of My Favorite Reading Archive Thus Far

Ever since entering the Masters in English Literature program at Southern New Hampshire University I’ve not only gained more knowledge as a writer and teacher of the subject, but I’ve also been introduced to some great books and authors to add to my already stacked library. I list a number of my favorites below, both from academics and leisurely, which impacted me in some way:

American Literature

An Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian- Sherman Alexia

Desert Solitaire-Edward Abbey

Light in August-William Faulkner

The Running Man– Stephen King

The Heart of Darkness– Joseph Conrad

The Road– Cormac McCarthy

Wool– Hugh Howey

Blood Meridian– Cormac McCarthy

As I Lay Dying– William Faulkner

The Monkey Wrench Gang– Edward Abbey

Neverwhere– Neil Gaiman

Go Down, Moses– William Faulkner

Intruder in the Dust– William Faulkner

Requiem for a Nun– William Faulkner

The Dark Tower Series– Stephen King

Anansi Boys– Neil Gaiman

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire-Suzanne Collins

Into the Wild– Jon Krakauer

One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest– Ken Kessey

Fair and Tender Ladies– Lee Smith

MEG: Hell’s Aquarium- Steve Alten

Hell House– Richard Matheson

British Literature 

Oliver Twist-Charles Dickens

The Christmas Carol– Charles Dickens

The Hobbit– J.R.R Tolkien.

International Literature 

Goodbye Columbus– Phillip Roth

The Woman Warrior– Maxine Hong Kingston

Midnight’s Children– Salman Rushdie

Ceremony– Leslie Marmon Silko

Dreaming in Cuban– Cristina Garcia

The Stranger– Albert Camus

Wide Sargasso Sea– Jean Rhys

The Grass is Singing– Doris Lessing

Love in the Time of Cholera– Gabriel Garcia Marquez

 

 

 

 

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