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1. "Ulysses," James Joyce2. "The Great Gatsby," F. Scott Fitzgerald3. "A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man," James Joyce4. "Lolita," Vladimir Nabokov5. "Brave New World," Aldous Huxley6. "The Sound and the Fury," William Faulkner7. "Catch-22," Joseph Heller8. "Darkness at Noon," Arthur Koestler9. "Sons and Lovers," D. H. Lawrence10. "The Grapes of Wrath," John Steinbeck11. "Under the Volcano," Malcolm Lowry12. "The Way of All Flesh," Samuel Butler13. "1984," George Orwell14. "I, Claudius," Robert Graves15. "To the Lighthouse," Virginia Woolf16. "An American Tragedy," Theodore Dreiser17. "The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter," Carson McCullers18. "Slaughterhouse Five," Kurt Vonnegut19. "Invisible Man," Ralph Ellison20. "Native Son," Richard Wright21. "Henderson the Rain King," Saul Bellow22. "Appointment in Samarra," John O' Hara23. "U.S.A." (trilogy), John Dos Passos24. "Winesburg, Ohio," Sherwood Anderson25. "A Passage to India," E. M. Forster26. "The Wings of the Dove," Henry James27. "The Ambassadors," Henry James28. "Tender Is the Night," F. Scott Fitzgerald29. "The Studs Lonigan Trilogy," James T. Farrell30. "The Good Soldier," Ford Madox Ford31. "Animal Farm," George Orwell32. "The Golden Bowl," Henry James33. "Sister Carrie," Theodore Dreiser34. "A Handful of Dust," Evelyn Waugh35. "As I Lay Dying," William Faulkner36. "All the King's Men," Robert Penn Warren37. "The Bridge of San Luis Rey," Thornton Wilder38. "Howards End," E. M. Forster39. "Go Tell It on the Mountain," James Baldwin40. "The Heart of the Matter," Graham Greene41. "Lord of the Flies," William Golding42. "Deliverance," James Dickey43. "A Dance to the Music of Time" (series), Anthony Powell44. "Point Counter Point," Aldous Huxley45. "The Sun Also Rises," Ernest Hemingway46. "The Secret Agent," Joseph Conrad47. "Nostromo," Joseph Conrad48. "The Rainbow," D. H. Lawrence49. "Women in Love," D. H. Lawrence50. "Tropic of Cancer," Henry Miller51. "The Naked and the Dead," Norman Mailer52. "Portnoy's Complaint," Philip Roth53. "Pale Fire," Vladimir Nabokov54. "Light in August," William Faulkner55. "On the Road," Jack Kerouac56. "The Maltese Falcon," Dashiell Hammett57. "Parade's End," Ford Madox Ford58. "The Age of Innocence," Edith Wharton59. "Zuleika Dobson," Max Beerbohm60. "The Moviegoer," Walker Percy61. "Death Comes to the Archbishop," Willa Cather62. "From Here to Eternity," James Jones63. "The Wapshot Chronicles," John Cheever64. "The Catcher in the Rye," J. D. Salinger65. "A Clockwork Orange," Anthony Burgess66. "Of Human Bondage," W. Somerset Maugham67. "Heart of Darkness," Joseph Conrad68. "Main Street," Sinclair Lewis69. "The House of Mirth," Edith Wharton70. "The Alexandria Quartet," Lawrence Durrell71. "A High Wind in Jamaica," Richard Hughes72. "A House for Ms. Biswas," V. S. Naipaul73. "The Day of the Locust," Nathaniel West74. "A Farewell to Arms," Ernest Hemingway75. "Scoop," Evelyn Waugh76. "The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie," Muriel Spark77. "Finnegans Wake," James Joyce78. "Kim," Rudyard Kipling79. "A Room With a View," E. M. Forster80. "Brideshead Revisited," Evelyn Waugh81. "The Adventures of Augie March," Saul Bellow82. "Angle of Repose," Wallace Stegner83. "A Bend in the River," V. S. Naipaul84. "The Death of the Heart," Elizabeth Bowen85. "Lord Jim," Joseph Conrad86. "Ragtime," E. L. Doctorow87. "The Old Wives' Tale," Arnold Bennett88. "The Call of the Wild," Jack London89. "Loving," Henry Green90. "Midnight's Children," Salman Rushdie91. "Tobacco Road," Erskine Caldwell92. "Ironweed," William Kennedy93. "The Magus," John Fowles94. "Wide Sargasso Sea," Jean Rhys95. "Under the Net," Iris Murdoch96. "Sophie's Choice," William Styron97. "The Sheltering Sky," Paul Bowles98. "The Postman Always Rings Twice," James M. Cain99. "The Ginger Man," J. P. Donleavy100. "The Magnificent Ambersons," Booth Tarkingto

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