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Twelfth Grade Reading List



Austen, Jane

Sense and Sensibility; Emma; Pride and Prejudice


Bulwer-Lytton, Edward

The Last Days of Pompeii


Butler, Samuel

The Way of All Flesh; Erehwon


Camus, Albert

The Stranger


Conrad, Joseph

 Nostromo; Lord Jim; Victory; Heart of Darkness


Defoe, Daniel

Moll Flanders


Dickens, Charles

The Pickwick Papers; The Mystery of Edwin Drood


Eliot, George

Middlemarch; Silas Marner; Adam Bede


Flaubert, Gustav

Madame Bovary


Forster, E.M.

Passage to India; Howard’s End; Maurice; A Room with a View


Goldsmith, Oliver

The Vicar of Wakefield; She Stoops to Conquer (play)


Hardy, Thomas

 

The Return of the Native;

Tess of the D’Urbervilles


Heller, Joseph

Catch-22


Hudson, William H.

Green Mansions


Hugo, Victor

Les Miserables


Huxley, Aldous

Brave New World


Joyce, James

Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man; Ulysses


Kafka, Franz

Metamorphosis


Lawrence, D.H.

Sons and Lovers; Women in Love


Maugham, William Somerset

Of Human Bondage


Milton, John

Paradise Lost; Paradise Regained


Paton, Alan

Cry, the Beloved Country


Plato

The Republic; The Last Days of Socrates


Rhys, Jean

Wide Sargasso Sea


Richardson, Samuel

Pamela


Sartre, Jean-Paul

No Exit


Scott, Sir Walter

Ivanhoe


Shakespeare, William

Hamlet; Othello; The Tempest


Sophocles

The Oedipus Cycle of plays


Sterne, Laurence

Tristam Shandy


Stewart, Mary

The Hollow Hills; The Crystal Cave; The Wicked Day; The Last Enchantment


Stoker, Bram

Dracula  (it’s different from the movie!)


Thackeray, William Makepeace

Vanity Fair


Tolstoi, Leo

War and Peace


White, T.H.

The Once and Future King


Wilde, Oscar

The Picture of Dorian Gray; The Importance of Being Earnest (play)


Woolf, Virginia

Mrs. Dalloway; To the Lighthouse; A Room of One’s Own