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Canterbury Tales
Geoffrey Chaucer
Middle English, fabliau, 1300s
As You Like It
William Shakespeare
Tudor lyrical poetry, drama, pastoral romance, c. 1600
Henry the V
William Shakespeare
Tudor lyrical poetry, drama, historical romance, 1600
The Jew of Malta
Christopher Marlowe
Renaissance drama, romantic tragedy, violent, 1589
Paradise Lost
John Milton
Epic poetry, 1667
The Rape of the Lock
Alexander Pope
Epic poetry, English neoclassism, satire (mock heroic poem), 1712
Elegy Written in Country Churchyard
Thomas Gray
Forerunner of Romantic movement, 1750
The Country Wife
William Wycherly
Restoration Comedy, comedy of manners, satire, 1675
Gulliver's Travels
Jonathan Swift
Simulated record of travel, social satire, 1726
Robinson Crusoe
Daniel DeFoe
Novel, adventure romance, 1720
Moll Flanders
Daniel DeFoe
Picaresque novel, fictional autobiographical memoir, 1722
Pamela
Samuel Richardson
Considered first novel; sentimental romance, epistolary, 1739
Sense and Sensibility
Jane Austen
Didactic novel, 1811.
Pride and Prejudice
Jane Austen
Novel, comedy of manners, delicate satire, 1813
Ivanhoe
Sir Walter Scott
Historical romantic novel, epitome of chivalric novels, 1820
Frankenstein
Mary Shelley
Gothic romance novel, 1818
Emile ou de l'education
Jean Jacques Rousseau
Romanticism, novel, 1762
Indiana
George Sand
Novel, Romantic, 1832
The Hunchback of Notre Dame
Victor Hugo
Novel, Romanticism, 1831
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow
Washington Irving
Story, American romanticism, 1822
The Raven
Edgar Allan Poe
Poem, American Romanticism, 1845
Walden
Henry David Thoreau
Don Juan
Lord Byron
epic satire, 1821
Little Women
Louisa May Alcott, 1869
Naked Lunch
William Burroughs
"cut-up technique" beat novel, 1958
The Sound and the Fury
William Faulkner
stream of consciousness novel, 1929
The Great Gatsby
F. Scott Fitzergerald
short novel 1925, epitome of Jazz Age
The Sun Also Rises
Ernest Hemingway
novel, 1925
Tropic of Cancer
Henry Miller
novel 1934