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The Modern Era

1861 - 1929

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  1. Charles Dickens, England, 1861. Great Expectations.
  2. Ivan Turgenev, Russia, 1862. Fathers and Sons.
  3. Feodor Dostoevskii, Russia, 1866. Crime and Punishment.
  4. George Eliot, England, 1871. Middlemarch.
  5. Arthur Rimbaud, France, 1873, A Season in Hell.
  6. Leo Tolstoi, Russia, 1877. Anna Karenina.
  7. Frederick Nietzsche, Germany, 1880. Al Sprake Zarathustra.
  8. Mark Twain, US. 1884. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.
  9. Emil Zola, France, 1885. Germinal.
  10. Henrik Ibsen, Norway, 1890. Hedda Gabler.
  11. Emily Dickenson, US, 1890. Poems.
  12. Thomas Hardy, England, 1895. Jude the Obscure.
  13. Anton Chekhov, Russia, 1898. Uncle Vanya.
  14. Joseph Conrad, England, 1902. Heart of Darkness.
  15. William James, Us, 1902. Varieties of Religious Experience.
  16. Max Weber, Germany, 1904. The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism.
  17. Marcel Proust, France, 1913. Swann’s Way.
  18. DH Lawrence, England, 1913 Sons and Lovers.
  19. Natsume Soseki, Japan, 1914. Kokoro.
  20. WB Yeats, Ireland, 1917. The Swans at Coole.
  21. Siegfried Sassoon, England, 1919. War Poems.
  22. TS Eliot, US, 1921. The Waste Land.
  23. James Joyce, Ireland, 1922. Ulysses.
  24. Thomas Mann, Germany, 1924. The Magic Mountain.
  25. F Scott FitzGerald, US, 1925. The Great Gatsby.
  26. Franz Kafka, Czechoslovakia, 1925. The Trial.
  27. Martin Heidegger, Germany, 1927. Being and Time.
  28. Virginia Woolf, England, 1927. Mrs. Dalloway.
  29. Berthold Brecht, Germany, 1928. The Threepenny Opera.
  30. William Faulkner, US, 1929. The Sound and the Fury.