Penguin English Library

‘100 of the best novels in the English language. These are books to collect and share, admire and hold; books that celebrate the pure pleasure of reading.


Book I have read has been marked.

  1. ‘Emma’ – Jane Austen
  2. ‘Mansfield Park’ – Jane Austen
  3. ‘Northanger Abbey – Jane Austen
  4. ‘Persuasion’ – Jane Austen
  5. ‘Pride and Prejudice’ – Jane Austen
  6. ‘Sense and Sensibility’ – Jane Austen
  7. ‘Lady Audley’s Secret’ – Mary Elizabeth Braddon
  8. ‘The Tenant of Wildfell Hall’ – Anne Brontë
  9. ‘Jane Eyre’- Charlotte Brontë
  10. ‘Shirley’ – Charlotte Brontë
  11. ‘Vilette’ – Charlotte Brontë
  12. ‘Wuthering Heights – Emily Brontë
  13. ‘Evelina’ – Fanny Burney
  14. ‘The way of All Flesh’ – Samuel Butler
  15. ‘Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass’ – Lewis Carroll
  16. ‘The Man Who Was Thursday’ – G.K. Cesterton
  17. ‘The Moonstone’ – Wilkie Collins
  18. ‘The Woman in White’ – Wilkie Collins
  19. ‘The hound of Baskerville’ – Arthur Conan Doyle
  20. ‘The five orange pips and other cases’ – Arthur Conan Doyle
  21. ‘A Study in Scarlett’ (Sherlock Holmes 1) – Arthur Conan Doyle
  22. ‘The sign of Four’ (Sherlock Holmes 2) – Arthur Conan Doyle
  23. ‘The valley of Fear’ (Sherlock Holmes 7) – Arthur Conan Doyle
  24. ‘The adventure of the six Napoleons and other cases’ – Arthur Conan Doyle
  25. ‘The adventure of the engineer’s thumb and other cases’ – Arthur Conan Doyle
  26. ‘Heart of Darkness’ – Joseph Conrad
  27. ‘Lord Jim’ – Joseph Conrad
  28. ‘Nostromo’ – Joseph Conrad
  29. ‘The secret agent’ – Joseph Conrad
  30. ‘Robinson Crusoe’ – Daniel Defoe
  31. ‘A Christmas Carol’ – Charles Dickens
  32. ‘Barnaby Rudge’ – Charles Dickens
  33. ‘Bleak House’ – Charles Dickens
  34. ‘David Copperfield’ – Charles Dickens
  35. ‘Dombey and Son’ – Charles Dickens
  36. ‘Great expactations’ – Charles Dickens
  37. ‘Hard Times’ – Charles Dickens
  38. ‘Little Dorit’ – Charles Dickens
  39. ‘Martin Chuzzlewit’ – Charles Dickens
  40. ‘The Mysterie of Edwin Drood’ – Charles Dickens
  41. ‘Nicolas Nickleby’ – Charles Dickens
  42. ‘The old curiosity shop’ – Charles Dickens
  43. ‘Oliver Twist’ – Charles Dickens
  44. ‘Our mutual friends’ – Charles Dickens
  45. ‘The Pickwick paper’ – Charles Dickens
  46. ‘A tale of two cities’ – Charles Dickens
  47. ‘Daniel Deronda’ – George Eliot
  48. ‘Middlemarch’ – George Eliot
  49. ‘The Mill on the Floss’ – George Eliot
  50. ‘Silas Marner’ – George Eliot
  51. ‘Jospeh Andrews’ – Henry Fielding
  52. ‘Tom Jones’ – Henry Fielding
  53. ‘A room with a view’ – E.M. Foster
  54. ‘Howards End’ – E.M. Foster
  55. ‘Where Angels fear to Tread’ – E.M. Foster
  56. ‘Cranford’ – Elizabeth Gaskell
  57. ‘Mary Barton’ – Elizabeth Gaskell
  58. ‘North and South’ – Elizabeth Gaskell
  59. ‘Wives and daugthers’ – Elizabeth Gaskell
  60. ‘New Grub street’ – George R. Gissing
  61. ‘Far from the Madding Crowd’ – Thomas Hardy
  62. ‘Jude the Obscure’ – Thomas Hardy
  63. ‘The mayor of Casterbrigde’ – Thomas Hardy
  64. ‘The return of the Native’ – Thomas Hardy
  65. ‘Tess of the D’Urbervilles’ – Thomas Hardy
  66. ‘Two on a Tower’ – Thomas Hardy
  67. ‘Under the Greenwood tree’ – Thomas Hardy
  68. ‘The Scarlet Letter’ – Nathaniel Hawthorne
  69. ‘The private Memoirs and Confessions of a justified Sinner’ – James Hogg
  70. ‘Daisy Miller and the turn of the screw’ – Henry James
  71. ‘The portrait of a Lady’ – Henry James
  72. ‘Washington square’ – Henry James
  73. ‘The wings of the dove’- Henry James
  74. ‘Dubliners’ – James Joyce
  75. ‘Kim’ – Rudyard Kipling
  76. ‘Sons and lovers’ – D.H. Lawernce
  77. ‘The monk’ – Matthwe Gregory Lewis
  78. ‘Melmoth the Wanderer’ – Carles Maturin
  79. ‘The confidence-man and Billy Budd, Sailor’ – Herman Melville
  80. ‘Moby-Dick’ – Herman Melville
  81. ‘The murders in the Rue Morgue and other tales’ – Edgar Allan Poe
  82. ‘Pamela’ – Samuel Richardson
  83. ‘Ivanhoe’ – Walter Scott
  84. ‘Frankenstein’ – Mary Shelley
  85. ‘Humphry Clinker’ – Tobias Smollett
  86. ‘The live and opinions of Tristram Shandy’ – Laurence Sterne
  87. ‘Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde’ – Robert Louis Stevenson
  88. ‘Treasure Island and the ebb-tide’ – Robert Louis Stevenson
  89. ‘Dracula’ – Bram Stoker
  90. ‘Gulliver’s Travel’ – Jonathan Swift
  91. ‘Vanity Fair’ – William Makepeace Thackeray
  92. ‘The Warden’ – Anthony Trollope
  93. ‘Barchester Towers’ – Anthony Trollope
  94. ‘Doctor Thorne’ – Anthony Trollope
  95. ‘Framley Parsonage’ – Antony Trollop
  96. ‘The small house at Allington’ – Anthony Trollope
  97. ‘The last chronicle of Barset’ – Anthony Trollope
  98. ‘The adventures of Huckleberry Finn’ – Mark Twain
  99. ‘The invisible man’ – H.G. Wells
  100. ‘The island of Doctor Moreau’ – H.G. Wells
  101. ‘The time machine’ – H.G. Wells
  102. ‘The war of the worlds’ – H.G. Wells
  103. ‘Ethan Frome’ – Edith Wharton
  104. ‘The house of Mirth’ – Edith Wharton
  105. ‘The picture of Dorian Gray’ – Oscar Wilde
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