1700’s

This is the 1700’s of the 1001 books to read before you die. The books in bold are the ones I’ve already read and if there is a review, the link will be provided.

1700s

  1. Hyperion, Friedrich Hölderlin
  2. The Nun, Denis Diderot
  3. Camilla, Fanny Burney
  4. The Monk, M.G. Lewis
  5. Wilhelm Meister’s Apprenticeship, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
  6. The Mysteries of Udolpho, Ann Radcliffe
  7. The Interesting Narrative, Olaudah Equiano
  8. The Adventures Of Caleb Williams, William Godwin
  9. Justine, Marquis de Sade
  10. Vathek, William Beckford
  11. The 120 Days Of Sodom, Marquis de Sade
  12. Cecilia, Fanny Burney
  13. Confessions, Jean-Jacques Rousseau
  14. Dangerous Liaisons, Pierre Choderlos de Laclos
  15. Reveries Of A Solitary Walker, Jean-Jacques Rousseau
  16. Evelina, Fanny Burney
  17. The Sorrows Of Young Werther, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
  18. Humphrey Clinker, Tobias George Smollett
  19. The Man Of Feeling, Henry Mackenzie
  20. A Sentimental Journey, Laurence Sterne
  21. Tristram Shandy, Laurence Sterne
  22. The Vicar Of Wakefield, Oliver Goldsmith
  23. The Castle Of Otranto, Horace Walpole
  24. Émile; Or, On Education, Jean-Jacques Rousseau
  25. Rameau’s Nephew, Denis Diderot
  26. Julie; Or, the New Eloise, Jean-Jacques Rousseau
  27. Rasselas, Samuel Johnson
  28. Candide, Voltaire
  29. The Female Quixote, Charlotte Lennox
  30. Amelia, Henry Fielding
  31. Peregrine Pickle, Tobias George Smollett
  32. Fanny Hill, John Cleland
  33. Tom Jones, Henry Fielding
  34. Roderick Random, Tobias George Smollett
  35. Clarissa, Samuel Richardson
  36. Pamela, Samuel Richardson
  37. Jacques The Fatalist, Denis Diderot
  38. Memoirs Of Martinus Scriblerus, J. Arbuthnot, J. Gay, T. Parnell, A. Pope, J. Swift
  39. Joseph Andrews, Henry Fielding
  40. A Modest Proposal, Jonathan Swift
  41. Gulliver’s Travels, Jonathan Swift
  42. Roxana, Daniel Defoe
  43. Moll Flanders, Daniel Defoe
  44. Love In Excess, Eliza Haywood
  45. Robinson Crusoe, Daniel Defoe
  46. A Tale Of A Tub, Jonathan Swift

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