Books that are Classics

Let’s start with Australian writers:Martin Boyd A Difficult Young Man
Randolph Stow The Merry –Go –Round in the Sea
Jessica Anderson Tirra Lirra by the River
Tim Winton Cloud Street
Helen Garner Joe Cinque’s Consolation, The Feel of Steel
Patrick White The Tree of Man
David Malouf Johnno, Fly Away Peter
George Johnston My Brother Jack
Peter Carey Oscar and Lucinda


Leo Tolstoy Anna Karenina
Alexander Solzhenitsyn A Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich George Orwell 1984, Homage to Catalonia
Albert Camus The Plague, The Outsider
Simone de Beauvoir Memoirs of a Dutiful Daughter
Joseph Conrad The Heart of Darkness
Graham Greene The Power and the Glory
James Joyce Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
Wallace Stegner Crossing to Safety
Gustav Flaubert Madam Bovary
Primo Levi If This is a Man
Alan Paton Cry, The Beloved Country
Mark Twain Huck Finn
A.S. Byatt Possession
Doris Lessing The Martha Quest series
Franz Kafka The Trial
Pat Barker Regeneration Trilogy
Ian McEwan Atonement


T. S Eliot Robert Frost
Seamus Heaney D. H. Lawrence
William Blake Dylan Thomas
William Butler Yeats Gerald Manley Hopkins
John Keats Emily Dickinson
Wilfred Owen Sylvia Plath
W.H. Auden Bruce Dawe
Andrew Marvell Ted Hughes

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