Wednesday, 29 July 2020
The Classic Meme 2.0 - July 2020
Apparently, when the Classics Club came into being. A monthly meme was devised to bring clubbers together to chat about classics. New questions were posted from 2012 to 2016 and then again in 2018 to give clubbers an opportunity to talk about literature together. You could write a blog post and leave the link or simply put your thoughts in the comments.
Now, they have revived that idea and the first meme for this month is:
Which classic author have you read more than one, but not all, of their books and which of their other books would you want to read in the future?
This is an easy one for me. The author would be Charles Dickens. I really like him but haven’t read enough of his novels, yet.
- "A Christmas Carol"
- "Bleak House
- "David Copperfield"
- "Great Expectations"
- "Hard Times"
- "Little Dorrit"
- "Oliver Twist"
- "A Tale of Two Cities"
- "The Pickwick Papers"
Ideally, I want to read all of his books but these would be on my list for "next":
- "Barnaby Rudge"
- "Dombey and Son"
- "Edwin Drood"
- "Martin Chuzzlewit"
- "Nicholas Nickleby"
- "The Old Curiosity Shop" (on my TBR pile)
- "Our Mutual Friend"
Here is a link to the questions that have been asked so far.