2012 A Classics Challenge

Katherine over at November's Autumn is hosting a Classics challenge that complements another classics challenge that I signed up for.  Its really quite simple: you need to read seven classics (3 of which can be rereads) and then return to her blog on the 4th of every month to participate in a series of questions about the book we are reading that month — questions that will be neutral enough to apply to any classic. Obviously, we post our answers and link back to her blog, so we can check out each other’s posts.  You can click the photo to find out more information.

My seven will be:
1.  Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen
2.  Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte
3.  The Woman in White by Wilkie Collins
4.  North and South by Elizabeth Gaskell
5.  Les Misérables by Victor Hugo
6.  Anna Karerina by Leo Tolstoy
7.  The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne


Katherine said…
Thank you for joining the challenge, Melissa! I loved Gaskell's North and South, hope you enjoy it too! And Austen's Northanger Abbey is so amusing. I love Jane Eyre, it was hard not to put it on my reread list for next year... still might sneak it in though. And we'll both be reading The Woman in White. :)
Elizabeth said…

Nice list.

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