Please link your reviews for your 20th Century Classic here. This is only for the 20th Century Classic category. All books in this category must have been published between 1900 and 1972 (except posthumous publications) in order to qualify. If you do not have a blog, or somewhere public on the internet to post your review, please leave a mini-review/thoughts in the comments below. If you like, you can include the name of your blog and/or the title of your book in the link below, like this: "Karen K. @ Books and Chocolate (A Room With a View)."
I forgot to mention on my post (Number 7) that I read Slaughterhouse 5. I can't explain exactly why I liked it so much- it is not what I consider to be the type of book I would normally choose. Fascinating story! I would re-read this book, which, for me, is high praise.ReplyDelete
I also forgot to mention the title (Jennifer set a trend...her fault). I read The Recognitions by William Gaddis. To be brief...Ugh!ReplyDelete
I read The Sturdy Oak, which is the second composite novel edited Elizabeth Jordan. The Sturdy Oak has 14 chapters each written by a different author. It's a cohesive story about women's suffrage.ReplyDelete
Brave New World was as awful as I remembered and also very worth reading again.ReplyDelete