Apr 25, 2020

Be Well Read

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#Read the classics from 1600-1913. Though a large amount of material is covered in these measly 300 years, reading the books from the time period when the novel emerged until the beginning of World War I will give you a sense of the progress that the novel and other works had made throughout the Romantic and Victorian periods, as well as an understanding of the realism that was the traditional mode for novels which was then turned on its head with the advent of Modernism and the disillusionment that came from WWI. Here's a list to get you started:[[Image:Be Well Read Step 2 Version 2.jpg|center]]
 
#Read the classics from 1600-1913. Though a large amount of material is covered in these measly 300 years, reading the books from the time period when the novel emerged until the beginning of World War I will give you a sense of the progress that the novel and other works had made throughout the Romantic and Victorian periods, as well as an understanding of the realism that was the traditional mode for novels which was then turned on its head with the advent of Modernism and the disillusionment that came from WWI. Here's a list to get you started:[[Image:Be Well Read Step 2 Version 2.jpg|center]]
 
#*''Don Quixote'' by Cervantes 1605 (part 1), 1615 (part 2)
 
#*''Don Quixote'' by Cervantes 1605 (part 1), 1615 (part 2)
#*''Romeo and Juliet" and ''Hamlet,'' by William Shakespeare (1593,1599)
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#*''Romeo and Juliet'' and ''Hamlet'' by William Shakespeare (1593,1599)
 
#*''Gulliver's Travels'' by Jonathan Swift (1726)
 
#*''Gulliver's Travels'' by Jonathan Swift (1726)
 
#*''Pride and Prejudice'' by Jane Austen (1813)
 
#*''Pride and Prejudice'' by Jane Austen (1813)


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