World Literature

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World Literature
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Titles and authors of well known world literature works
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  1. The Story of Gosta Berling
    Selma Lagerlof
  2. Camille
    Alexander Dumas (younger)
  3. A Doll's House
    Henrik Ibsen
  4. An Enemy of the People
    Henrik Ibsen
  5. Alcestis
    Euripides
  6. Phedre
    Jean Racine
  7. Death in Venice
    Thomas Mann
  8. The Quiet Don
    Mikhail Sholokhov
  9. Eugene Onegin
    Aleksandr Pushkin
  10. The Charterhouse of Parma
    Stendhal
  11. Uncle Vanya
    Anton Chekov
  12. Fathers and Sons
    Ivan Turgenev
  13. Six Characters in Search of an Author
    Luigi Pirandello
  14. Cyrano de Bergerac
    Edmund Rostand
  15. The School for Wives
    Moliere
  16. The Tale of Ginji
    Shikibu Murasaki
  17. William Tell
    Schiller
  18. Mother
    Maxim Gorky
  19. The Red and the Black
    Stendhal
  20. Peer Gynt
    Henrik Ibsen
  21. The Name of the Rose
    Umberto Echo
  22. The Prophet
    Khalil Gibran
  23. The Rubaiyat
    Omar Khayyam
  24. War and Peace
    Leo Tolstoy
  25. The Prince
    Niccolo Machiavelli
  26. The First Circle
    Alexander Solzhenitsyn
  27. Lolita
    Vladimir Nabokov
  28. Zorba the Greek
    Nikos Kazantzakis
  29. The Idiot
    Fyodor Dostoyevsky
  30. Miss Julie
    August Strinberg
  31. Divine Comedy
    Dante Alighieri
  32. The Count of Monte Cristo
    Alexander Dumas (older)
  33. Antigone
    Sophocles
  34. Seven Against Thebes
    Aeschylus
  35. When we Dead Awaken
    Henrik Ibsen
  36. The Three Musketeers
    Alexander Dumas (older)
  37. Seven Gothic Tales
    Isak Dinesen
  38. Prometheus Bound
    Aeschylus
  39. Buddenbrooks
    Thomas Mann
  40. All Quiet on the Western Front
    Erich Remarque
  41. The Death of Ivan Ilyich
    Leo Tolstoy
  42. Anna Karenina
    Leo Tolstoy
  43. Gitanjali
    Sir Tagore
  44. Rhinoceros
    Eugene Ionesco
  45. Orestes
    Euripides
  46. The Master Builder
    Henrik Ibsen
  47. Dr. Zhivago
    Boris Pasternak
  48. The Metamorphosis
    Franz Kafka
  49. The Last Puritan
    George Santayana
  50. Tartuffe
    Moliere
  51. No Exit
    Jean-Paul Sartre
  52. The Illiad
    Homer
  53. The Republic
    Plato
  54. The Bronze Horesman
    Aleksandr Pushkin
  55. The Trial
    Franz Kafka
  56. One Hundred Years of Solitude
    Gabriel Garcia-Marquez
  57. Notes from the Underground
    Fyodor Dostoyevsky
  58. Medea
    Euridides
  59. Don Quixote
    Miguel de Cervantes
  60. The Possessed
    Fyodor Dostoyevsky
  61. Cry the Beloved Country
    Alan Paton
  62. Madam Bovary
    Gustav Flaubert
  63. Crime and Punishment
    Fyodor Dostoyevsky
  64. Orestia Trilogy
    Aeschylus
  65. The Blue Bird
    Count Maeterlinck
  66. Taras Bulba
    Nikolai Gogol
  67. The Seagull
    Anton Chekov
  68. The Frogs
    Aristophanes
  69. The Imaginary Invalid
    Moliere
  70. Gulag Archipelago
    Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
  71. Around the World in 80 Days
    Jules Verne
  72. Le Miserables
    Victor Hugo
  73. Candide
    Voltaire
  74. The Hunchback of Notre Dame
    Victor Hugo
  75. Journey to the Center of the Earth
    Jules Verne
  76. The Brothers Karamazov
    Fyodor Dostoyevsky
  77. Things Fall Apart
    Chinua Achebe
  78. The Misanthrope
    Moliere
  79. 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
    Jules Verne
  80. A Month in the Country
    Ivan Turgenev
  81. The Castle
    Franz Kafka
  82. From the Earth to the Moon
    Jules Verne
  83. The Human Comedy
    Balzac
  84. The Plague
    Albert Camus
  85. The Birds
    Aristophanes
  86. The Odyssey
    Homer
  87. Out of Africa
    Isak Dinesen
  88. Faust
    Goethe
  89. Love in the Time of Cholera
    Gabriel Garcia-Marquez
  90. The Cherry Orchard
    Anton Chekov
  91. Cancer Ward
    Alexander Solzhenitsyn
  92. The Clouds
    Aristophanes
  93. One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich
    Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
  94. The Unbearable Lightness of Being
    Milan Kundera
  95. The Stranger
    Albert Camus
  96. Heidi
    Spiyre
  97. Electra
    Euripides
  98. Oedipus Rex
    Sophocles
  99. The Government Inspector
    Nikolai Gogol
  100. Anthills of the Savannah
    Chinua Achebe
  101. The Magic Mountain
    Thomas Mann
  102. Lysistrata
    Aristophanes
  103. The Mysteries of Paris
    Eugene Sue
  104. The Wandering Jew
    Eugene Sue
  105. Joseph and his Brothers
    Thomas Mann
  106. Hedda Gabler
    Henrik Ibsen
  107. Ghosts
    Henrik Ibsen
  108. Wild Duck
    Henrik Ibsen
  109. The Three Sisters
    Anton Chekov
  110. Dead Souls
    Nikolai Gogol
  111. Bucolics
    Virgil
  112. The Bourgeois Gentleman
    Moliere
  113. The Miser
    Moliere
  114. The Bald Soprano
    Eugene Ionesco
  115. The Aneid
    Virgil
  116. Boris Godunov
    Aleksandr Pushkin

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