I'm studying English Literature at uni next year, and the university has sent out a compulsory reading list and a list of authors "you might consider reading". Have you read any works by the following authors? If so, what did you think and would you recommend it? Thank you! Apologies for the length of the list
John Dos Passos
Ernest Hemingway - A Farewell to Arms, For Whom the Bell Tolls, The Old Man and The Sea.
Aldous Huxley - A Brave New World.
Ian McEwan - Solar, Enduring Love, Atonement.
Harold Pinter - The Birthday Party, No Man's Land, The Homecoming.
Tennessee Williams - A Streetcar Named Desire.
Graham Greene is fantastic. Read anything by him, but start with The Quiet American, Our Man in Havana, Brighton Rock, and The Honourary Consul.
Graham Greene - Brighton Rock
Kazuo Ishiguro - Never Let Me Go
DH Lawrence - Lady Chatterley's Lover
Ian McEwan - Atonement, Enduring Love
Margaret Atwood - A Handmaid's Tale
Chinua Achebe - Things Fall Apart
Edith Wharton - The House of Mirth
Tennessee Williams - A Streetcar Named Desire
Golding is lord of the flies, isn't he?
Kazuo Ishiguro ' - 'Never Let Me Go'
Ian McEwan - 'Atonement'
Margaret Atwood - 'A Handmaid's Tale'
Tennessee Williams - 'A Street Car Named Desire'
Edit - Looked at other posts and all of these have been mentioned, but they're definitely all well worth reading!