theparisreview : 
 
  F. Scott Fitzgerald’s twenty-two essential books . (via Open Culture) 
    Sister Carrie  , by Theodore Dreiser 
   The Life of Jesus  , by Ernest Renan 
   A Doll’s House  , by Henrik Ibsen 
   Winesburg, Ohio  , by Sherwood Anderson 
   The Old Wives’ Tale ,  by Arnold Bennett 
  The Maltese Falcon , by Dashiel Hammett 
   The Red and the Black  , by Stendahl 
   The Short Stories of Guy De Maupassant  , translated by Michael Monahan 
  An Outline of Abnormal Psychology , edited by Gardner Murphy 
   The Stories of Anton Chekhov  , edited by Robert N. Linscott 
   The Best American Humorous Short Stories  , edited by Alexander Jessup 
   Victory  , by Joseph Conrad 
   The Revolt of the Angels  , by Anatole France 
   The Plays of Oscar Wilde   
  Sanctuary , by William Faulkner 
   Within a Budding Grove  , by Marcel Proust 
   The Guermantes Way  , by Marcel Proust 
   Swann’s Way  , by Marcel Proust 
   South Wind  , by Norman Douglas 
   The Garden Party  , by Katherine Mansfield 
   War and Peace  , by Leo Tolstoy 
   John Keats  and  Percy Bysshe Shelley : Complete Poetical Works  
  
 The only one I’ve read is Hammett. Interesting list.

theparisreview:

F. Scott Fitzgerald’s twenty-two essential books. (via Open Culture)

The only one I’ve read is Hammett. Interesting list.