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    Danh sách 100 tiểu thuyết hay nhất mọi thời đại

    Tôi thấy trên diễn đàn này có topic bình chọn 10 tiểu thuyết nước ngoài hay nhất, 10 tiểu thuyết nước ngoài hay nhất đã được dịch ra tiếng Việt. Các topic đó rất bổ ích vì nó giúp ta chọn truyện đễ đọc chứ nếu ta cứ đọc một tiểu thuyết do tình cờ mà có được thì sẽ gặp rất nhiều sản phẩm không có giá trị, mất thời gian quí báu. Đời người thì có hạn, thậm chí đến hết đời cũng không đọc hết các truyện có giá trị.

    Top 10 tiểu thuyết thì ít quá, nên tôi đi tìm top 100 để tìm đọc. Tôi có tìm thấy một số list of top 100 greatest novels. Vì sở thích mọi người khác nhau nên tôi nghĩ nên tham kham vài list. Bạn nào biết thì bổ sung thêm nhé.

    Có nhiều tiểu thuyết được đánh giá rất cao ở nước ngoài mà tôi chưa nghe thấy tên bao giờ , không biết các bác nào đọc rồi thì bình luận cho mọi người tìm đọc (tiêu chí là: tiểu thuyết hay, không được biết rộng rãi ở Việt nam, ví dụ là không nên nhắc tới Cuốn theo chiều gió vì ai ai cũng đã từng nghe tên).


    List 1: của Daniel S Burt tại : http://www.booksmatter.com/b0816045577.htm

    1. DON QUIXOTE 1 (4)
    2. WAR AND PEACE 5 (5)
    3. ULYSSES 10 (4)
    4. IN SEARCH OF LOST TIME 14 (5)
    5. THE BROTHERS KARAMAZOV 19 (5)
    6. MOBY-DICK 24 (5)
    7. MADAME BOVARP 29 (4)
    8. MIDDLEMARCH 33 (5)
    9. THE MAGIC MOUNTAIN 38 (5)
    10. THE TALE OF GENJI 43 (4)
    11. EMMA 47 (5)
    12. BLEAK HO USE 52 (5)
    13. ANNA KARENINA 57 (5)
    14. ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN 62 (5)
    15. TOM JONES 67 (4)
    16. GREAT EXPECTATIONS 71 (5)
    17. ABSALOM, ABSALOM! 76 (4)
    18. THE AMBASSADORS 80 (4)
    19. ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF SOLITUDE 84 (5)
    20. THE GREAT GATSBY 89 (5)
    21. TO THE LIGHTHOUSE 94 (4)
    22. CRIME AND PUNISHMENT 98 (5)
    23. THE SOUND AND THE FURY 103 (5)
    24. VANITY FAIR 108 (5)
    25. INVISIBLE MAN 113 (4)
    26. FINNEGANE WAKE 117 (4)
    27. THE MAN WITHOUT QUALITIES 121 (4)
    28. GRAVITY''S RAINBOW 125 (5)
    29. THE PORTRAIT OF A LADY 130 (4)
    30. WOMEN IN LOVE 134 (4)
    31. THE RED AND THE BLACK 138 (4)
    32. TRISTRAM SHANDY 142 (4)
    33. DEAD SOULS 146 (5)
    34. TESS OF THE D''URBERVILLES 151 (5)
    35. BUDDENBROOKS 156 (4)
    36. LE PÈRE GORIOT 160 (5)
    37. A PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST AS A YOUNG MAN 165 (4)
    38. WUTHERING HEIGHTS 169 (4)
    39. THE TIN DRUM 173 (5)
    40. MOLLOV, MALONE DIES, THE UNNAMABLE 178 (5)
    41. PRIDE AND PREJUDICE 183 (4)
    42. THE SCARLET LETTER 187 (5)
    43. FATHERS AND SONS 192 (4)
    44. NOSTROMO 196 (4)
    45. BELOVED 200 (4)
    46. AN AMERICAN TRAGEDY 204 (5)
    47. LOLITA 209 (4)
    48. THE GOLDEN NOTEBOOK 213 (5)
    49. CLARISSA 218 (4)
    50. DREAM OF THE RED CHAMBER 222 (4)
    51. THE TRIAL 226 (4)
    52. JANE FYRE 230 (4)
    53. THE RED BADGE OF COURAGE 234 (5)
    54. THE CRAPES OF WRATH 239 (5)
    55. PETERSBURG 244 (4)
    56. THINGS FALL APART 248 (4)
    57. THE PRINCESS OF CLEVES 252 (5)
    58. THE STRANGER 257 (4)
    59. MY ANTONIA 261 (4)
    60. THE COUNTERFEITERS 265 (4)
    61. THE AGE OF INNOCENCE 269 (5)
    62. THE GOOD SOLDIER 274 (4)
    63. THE AWAKENING 278 (4)
    64. A PASSAGE TO INDIA 282 (5)
    65. HERZOG 287 (4)
    66. GERMINAL 291 (4)
    67. CALL IT SLEEP 295 (5)
    68. U.S.A. TRILOGY 300 (4)
    69. HUNGER 304 (5)
    70. BERLIN ALEXANDER PLATZ 309 (4)
    71. CITIES OF SALT 313 (4)
    72. THE DEATH OF ARTEMIO CRUZ 317 (4)
    73. A FAREWELL TO ARMS 321 (4)
    74. BRIDESHEAD REVISITED 325 (6)
    75. THE LAST CHRONICLE OF BARSET 331 (4)
    76. THE PICKWICK PAPERS 335 (3)
    77. ROBINSON CRUSOE 338 (4)
    78. THE SORROWS OF YOUNG WERTHER 342 (4)
    79. CANDIDE 346 (4)
    80. NATIVE SON 350 (5)
    81. UNDER THE VOLCANO 355 (4)
    82. OBLOMOV 359 (5)
    83. THEIR EYES WERE WATCHING GOD 364 (5)
    84. WAVERLEY 369 (4)
    85. SNOW COUNTRY 373 (4)
    86. NINETEEN EIGHTY-FOUR 377 (4)
    87. THE BETROTHED 381 (4)
    88. THE LAST OF THE MOHICANS 385 (5)
    89. UNCLE TOM''S CABIN 390 (5)
    90. LES MISÉRABLES 395 (4)
    91. ON THE ROAD 399 (5)
    92. FRANKENSTEIN 404 (4)
    93. THE LEOPARD 408 (4)
    94. THE CATCHER IN THE RYE 412 (5)
    95. THE WOMAN IN WHITE 417 (5)
    96. THE GOOD SOLDIER SVEJK 422 (4)
    97. DRACULA 426 (5)
    98. THE THREE MUSKETEERS 431 (5)
    99. THE HOUND OF THE BASKERVILLES 436 (5)
    100. GONE WITH THE WIND
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    Chú ý, danh sách này không sắp xếp theo thứ tự ranking. Truyện đứng số 1 không phải là truyện hay nhất.<br>http://www.ttvnol.com/hocthuat/353020/trang-13.ttvn<br><br>Văn học nước ngoài (135 quyển):<br>1.Chuyện làng nho ?" Ngô Kính Tử <br>2.Thầy lang ?" Moxtovic<br>3.Con đường công danh của Nicodem Dizma - Moxtovic<br>4.Hồng Kông thuở ấy ( Taipan ) - James clavel<br>5.Sử kí Tư Mã Thiên<br>6.Tiếng gọi nơi hoang dã Jack London<br>7.Nanh trắng Jack London<br>8.80 ngày vòng quanh thế giới Jules Verne<br>9.Một nửa đàn ông là đàn bà ?" Trương Hiền Lương<br>10. Điên cuồng như Vệ Tuệ<br>11.17 khoảnh khắc mùa xuân<br>12.2 vạn dặm dưới đáy biển Jules Verne<br>13.5 tuần trên khinh khí cầu Jules Verne<br>14.Báu vật của đời - Mạc ngôn<br>15.Cây tỏi nổi giận ?" Mạc ngôn<br>16.Shogun ?" tướng quân - James clavel<br>17.60 ngọn nến - tác giả người Nga - Liên Xô cũ<br>18.First Principles - Herbert Spencer<br>19.Ba Chàng lính ngự lâm - Alexandre Dumas<br>20.Bá tước Dracula - Bram Stocker <br>21.Bá tước Mông tơ crixtô ?"<br>22.Beelzebub''''''''''''''''s Tales to His Grandson - George Ivanovitch Gurdjieff <br>23.Bình minh mưa ?" Pauxtõpki<br>24.Bố già - Mario Puzo<br>25.Bông hồng vàng ?" Pauxtõpki<br>26.Bức họa maja khỏa thân<br>27.Buratino và chiếc chìa khoá vàng ?"<br>28.Cái trống thiếc - Gunter Grass<br>29.Cánh buồm đỏ thắm<br>30.Câu chuyện dòng sông của Herman Hesse<br>31.Cha giàu cha nghèo - hình như tác giả Trung Quốc<br>32.Chiến tranh và hòa bình - L. Tolstoi<br>33.Chín mươi ba - Victor Hugo<br>34.Chữ A màu đỏ - Nathaniel Hawthorne<br>35.Chúa của những điều vụn vặt - Arundhati Roy<br>36.Chuyện núi đồi và thảo nguyên ?" Aimatov<br>37.Con đường đau khổ - A Tolstoi<br>38.Con hủi - Helena Mniszek<br>39.Count Dracula ?"<br>40.Cuộc phiêu lưu của Carich và Valia ?"<br>41.Cuốn theo chiều gió - Margaret Mitchell<br>42.Đaghextan của tôi - Raxun Gamzatop - Phan Hồng Giang dịch<br>43.David copperfield - Charles Dicken<br>44.Đèn không hắt bóng - Watanabe Dzunichi<br>45.Đồi gió hú - Emily Bronte<br>46.Don Quixote, Parts I and II - Miguel de Cervantes <br>47.Either/Or - Søren Kierkegaard<br>48.Enneads ?" Plotinus<br>49.Giã từ vũ khí - Ernest Hemingway<br>50.Hai mươi năm sau và 10 năm sau nữa - Dumas cha<br>51.Hai số phận (Kane And Abel) - Jeffrey Archer<br>52.Hamlet ?" Shakespeare<br>53.Harry Potter - JK. Rowling<br>54.Hoá thân ?" Kafka<br>55.Hoàng hậu Margo - Alexander Duyma cha<br>56.Hoàng tử bé - St Exupery<br>57.Hội chợ phù hoa - William Thaker<br>58.Hồng Lâu Mộng - Tào Tuyết Cần<br>59.Illiad và Odysseus ?" Homer<br>60.Ivan đại đế - Tolstoi<br>61.Ivanhoe - Walter Scott<br>62.Jane Eyro - Charlote Bronte<br>63.Jenny Ghechac - Theodore Dreiser - Nguyên Tâm dịch<br>64.Không gia đình - Hector Marlo<br>65.Lao động biển cả - Victor Hugo<br>66.Lâu đài ?" Kafka<br>67.Love Story -Eric Sagal<br>68.Máctin Idơn - Jack London<br>69.Mảnh da lừa ?" Balzac<br>70.Mít đặc<br>71.Mũi tên đen ?" Scott<br>72.Nàng Lika - I.A. Bunhin - Phan Hồng Giang dịch<br>73.Nếu còn có ngày mai - Sidney Seldon<br>74.Nghìn lẻ một đêm<br>75.Người bay , người cá , bánh mì vĩnh cửu ?"<br>76.Người Trung Quốc tự trào - Trương Bình Trị, Dương Cảnh Long<br>77.Nhà thờ Đức bà (Notre-Dame de Paris) - Victor Hugo<br>78.Những con đường xứ Flander - Claude Simon<br>79.Những cuộc phiêu lưu của Huck Finn - Mark Twain<br>80.Những cuộc phiêu lưu của Tom Sawyer - Mark Twain<br>81.Những ngọn cờ trên tháp ?" Marenco<br>82.Những người khốn khổ - Victor Hugo<br>83.Những tấm lòng cao cả - Edmondo de Amicis<br>84.Nineteen Eighty-Four, George Orwell<br>85.Ogieni Grangde ?" Balzac<br>86.Oliver Twist - Charles Dicken<br>87.On Liberty, John Stuart Mill<br>88.On the Babylonian Captivity of the Church - Martin Luther<br>89.On War - Carl Marie von Clausewitz <br>90.Ông già khốt ta bít - (?)<br>91.Othenlô ?" Shakespeare<br>92.Papilion, người tù khổ sai - Henry Charriere<br>93.Phía Tây không có gì lạ - Erich Maria Remarque - Lê Huy dịch<br>94.Phục sinh - Lev Tolstoi<br>95.Quentin Dwarf ?" Scott<br>96.Quo Vadis - Henryk Sienkievich - Nguyễn Hữu Dũng dịch<br>97.Ramayana và Mahabrata - Sử thi Ấn Độ<br>98.Robinson Cruso - Daniel Defoe<br>99.Romeo và Juliette ?" Shakespeare<br>100Ruồi trâu <br>101Sông Đông êm đềm - Solokhov<br>102Sống và chết ở Thượng Hải <br>103.Sự bất tử - Milan Kundera<br>104.Tam Quốc Diễn Nghĩa <br>105.Tất cả các dòng sông đều chảy <br>106.Tây Du Ký - Ngô Thừa Ân<br>107.Thám tử Sherlock Homes <br>108.Thần thoại Hy Lạp <br>109.Thằng cười - Victor Hugo<br>110.The Alchemist - Paul Coehlo<br>111.The First Folio [Works] - William Shakespeare<br>112.The New Testament <br>113.the Old Testament <br>114.The Prince - Niccolò Machiavelli<br>115.The Stranger - Albert Camus<br>116.Thép đã tôi thế đấy <br>117.Thủy Hử - Thi Nại Am<br>118.Tiếng chim hót trong bụi mận gai - Collen Mc Cullough<br>119.Tiếng gọi nơi hoang dã - Jack London<br>120.Trà Hoa nữ - Duyma con<br>121.Trăm năm cô đơn - Garcia Marquez<br>122.Trên sa mạc và trong rừng thặm ?"<br>123.Trên sa mạc và trong rừng thẳm - Henryk Sienkievich<br>124.Trường ca Odixe ?" Homle<br>125.Truyện cổ An-đec-xen<br>126.Truyện cổ tích Grim <br>127.Truyện và thơ của Puskin<br>128.Túp lều Bác Tôm - Harriet Bischer Stow<br>129.Vampire Interview - Anne Rice<br>130.Vết sẹo (chỉ nhớ Phạm Hổ dịch)<br>131.Viết dưới giá treo cổ (Tù nhân người Tiệp viết trong trại giam của phát xít Đức)<br>132.Vĩnh biệt Maruxka<br>133.Vụ án ?" Kafka<br>134.Vua Lia ?" Shakespeare<br>135.Worlds War , Time Machine - H.G . Well<br><br>
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    Danh sách bình chọn của báo Gurdian, UK. xếp theo thứ tự độ nổi tiếng.<br><br>1. Don Quixote Miguel De Cervantes<br>The story of the gentle knight and his servant Sancho Panza has entranced readers for centuries. <br><br><br>2. Pilgrim''s Progress John Bunyan<br>The one with the Slough of Despond and Vanity Fair. <br><br>3. Robinson Crusoe Daniel Defoe <br>The first English novel. <br><br>4. Gulliver''s Travels Jonathan Swift <br>A wonderful satire that still works for all ages, despite the savagery of Swift''s vision. <br><br>5. Tom Jones Henry Fielding <br>The adventures of a high-spirited orphan boy: an unbeatable plot and a lot of sex ending in a blissful marriage. <br><br><br>6. Clarissa Samuel Richardson<br>One of the longest novels in the English language, but unputdownable. <br><br>7. Tristram Shandy Laurence Sterne <br>One of the first bestsellers, dismissed by Dr Johnson as too fashionable for its own good. <br><br><br>8. Dangerous Liaisons Pierre Choderlos De Laclos <br>An epistolary novel and a handbook for seducers: foppish, French, and ferocious. <br><br><br>9. Emma Jane Austen<br>Near impossible choice between this and Pride and Prejudice. But Emma never fails to fascinate and annoy. <br><br><br>10. Frankenstein Mary Shelley <br>Inspired by spending too much time with Shelley and Byron. <br><br><br><br>11. Nightmare Abbey Thomas Love Peacock<br>A classic miniature: a brilliant satire on the Romantic novel. <br><br><br>12. The Black Sheep Honore De Balzac <br>Two rivals fight for the love of a femme fatale. Wrongly overlooked. <br><br><br>13. The Charterhouse of Parma Stendhal<br>Penetrating and compelling chronicle of life in an Italian court in post-Napoleonic France. <br><br><br>14. The Count of Monte Cristo Alexandre Dumas <br>A revenge thriller also set in France after Bonaparte: a masterpiece of adventure writing. <br><br><br>15. Sybil Benjamin Disraeli <br>Apart from Churchill, no other British political figure shows literary genius. <br><br><br>16. David Copperfield Charles Dickens<br>This highly autobiographical novel is the one its author liked best. <br>17. Wuthering Heights Emily Bronte <br>Catherine Earnshaw and Heathcliff have passed into the language. Impossible to ignore. <br><br><br>18. Jane Eyre Charlotte Bronte <br>Obsessive emotional grip and haunting narrative.<br><br>19. Vanity Fair William Makepeace Thackeray <br>The improving tale of Becky Sharp. <br><br><br>20. The Scarlet Letter Nathaniel Hawthorne <br>A classic investigation of the American mind. <br><br><br>21. Moby-Dick Herman Melville<br>''Call me Ishmael'' is one of the most famous opening sentences of any novel. <br><br><br>22. Madame Bovary Gustave Flaubert <br>You could summarise this as a story of adultery in provincial France, and miss the point entirely. <br><br><br>23. The Woman in White Wilkie Collins <br>Gripping mystery novel of concealed identity, abduction, fraud and mental cruelty. <br><br><br>24. Alice''s Adventures In Wonderland Lewis Carroll <br>A story written for the nine-year-old daughter of an Oxford don that still baffles most kids. <br><br><br>25. Little Women Louisa M. Alcott <br>Victorian bestseller about a New England family of girls. <br><br><br>26. The Way We Live Now Anthony Trollope <br>A majestic assault on the corruption of late Victorian England. <br><br><br>27. Anna Karenina Leo Tolstoy <br>The supreme novel of the married woman''s passion for a younger man. <br><br><br>28. Daniel Deronda George Eliot <br>A passion and an exotic grandeur that is strange and unsettling.<br><br><br>29. The Brothers Karamazov Fyodor Dostoevsky <br>Mystical tragedy by the author of Crime and Punishment. <br><br>30. The Portrait of a Lady Henry James <br>The story of Isabel Archer shows James at his witty and polished best. <br><br><br>31. Huckleberry Finn Mark Twain <br>Twain was a humorist, but this picture of Mississippi life is profoundly moral and still incredibly influential. <br><br><br>32. Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde Robert Louis Stevenson <br>A brilliantly suggestive, resonant study of human duality by a natural storyteller. <br><br><br>33. Three Men in a Boat Jerome K. Jerome <br>One of the funniest English books ever written. <br><br><br>34. The Picture of Dorian Gray Oscar Wilde<br>A coded and epigrammatic melodrama inspired by his own tortured homosexuality. <br><br><br>35. The Diary of a Nobody George Grossmith <br>This classic of Victorian suburbia will always be renowned for the character of Mr Pooter. <br><br><br>36. Jude the Obscure Thomas Hardy <br>Its savage bleakness makes it one of the first twentieth-century novels. <br><br><br>37. The Riddle of the Sands Erskine Childers<br>A prewar invasion-scare spy thriller by a writer later shot for his part in the Irish republican rising. <br><br><br>38. The Call of the Wild Jack London<br>The story of a dog who joins a pack of wolves after his master''s death. <br><br><br>39. Nostromo Joseph Conrad <br>Conrad''s masterpiece: a tale of money, love and revolutionary politics. <br><br><br>40. The Wind in the Willows Kenneth Grahame <br>This children''s classic was inspired by bedtime stories for Grahame''s son. <br><br><br>41. In Search of Lost Time Marcel Proust <br>An unforgettable portrait of Paris in the belle epoque. Probably the longest novel on this list. <br><br><br>42. The Rainbow D. H. Lawrence <br>Novels seized by the police, like this one, have a special afterlife. <br><br><br>43. The Good Soldier Ford Madox Ford <br>This account of the adulterous lives of two Edwardian couples is a classic of unreliable narration. <br><br><br>44. The Thirty-Nine Steps John Buchan <br>A classic adventure story for boys, jammed with action, violence and suspense. <br><br>45. Ulysses James Joyce <br>Also pursued by the British police, this is a novel more discussed than read. <br><br><br>46. Mrs Dalloway Virginia Woolf <br>Secures Woolf''s position as one of the great twentieth-century English novelists. <br><br>47. A Passage to India E. M. Forster<br>The great novel of the British Raj, it remains a brilliant study of empire. <br><br><br>48. The Great Gats by F. Scott Fitzgerald <br>The quintessential Jazz Age novel.<br><br><br>49. The Trial Franz Kafka <br>The enigmatic story of Joseph K. <br><br><br>50. Men Without Women Ernest Hemingway <br>He is remembered for his novels, but it was the short stories that first attracted notice. <br><br><br>51. Journey to the End of the Night Louis -Ferdinand Celine <br>The experiences of an unattractive slum doctor during the Great War: a masterpiece of linguistic innovation. <br><br><br>52. As I Lay Dying William Faulkner <br>A strange black comedy by an American master. <br><br><br>53. Brave New World Aldous Huxley <br>Dystopian fantasy about the world of the seventh century AF (after Ford). <br><br><br>54. Scoop Evelyn Waugh <br>The supreme Fleet Street novel. <br><br>55. USA John Dos Passos <br>An extraordinary trilogy that uses a variety of narrative devices to express the story of America. <br><br><br>56. The Big Sleep Raymond Chandler <br>Introducing Philip Marlowe: cool, sharp, handsome - and bitterly alone. <br><br><br>57. The Pursuit Of Love Nancy Mitford <br>An exquisite comedy of manners with countless fans. <br><br><br>58. The Plague Albert Camus <br>A mysterious plague sweeps through the Algerian town of Oran. <br><br><br>59. Nineteen Eighty- Four George Orwell <br>This tale of one man''s struggle against totalitarianism has been appropriated the world over. <br><br><br>60. Malone Dies Samuel Beckett <br>Part of a trilogy of astonishing monologues in the black comic voice of the author of Waiting for Godot. <br><br><br>61. Catcher in the Rye J.D. Salinger <br>A week in the life of Holden Caulfield. A cult novel that still mesmerises. <br><br><br>62. Wise Blood Flannery O''Connor <br>A disturbing novel of religious extremism set in the Deep South. <br><br>63. Charlotte''s Web E. B. White <br>How Wilbur the pig was saved by the literary genius of a friendly spider. <br><br><br>64. The Lord Of The Rings J. R. R. Tolkien<br>Enough said! <br><br><br>65. Lucky Jim Kingsley Amis <br>An astonishing debut: the painfully funny English novel of the Fifties. <br><br><br>66. Lord of the Flies William Golding <br>Schoolboys become savages: a bleak vision of human nature. <br><br><br>67. The Quiet American Graham Greene <br>Prophetic novel set in 1950s Vietnam.<br><br><br>68 On the Road Jack Kerouac <br>The Beat Generation bible.<br><br><br>69. Lolita Vladimir Nabokov <br>Humbert Humbert''s obsession with Lolita is a tour de force of style and narrative. <br><br><br>70. The Tin Drum Gunter Grass <br>Hugely influential, Rabelaisian novel of Hitler''s Germany. <br><br><br>71. Things Fall Apart Chinua Achebe <br>Nigeria at the beginning of colonialism. A classic of African literature. <br><br><br>72. The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie Muriel Spark <br>A writer who made her debut in The Observer - and her prose is like cut glass. <br><br><br>73. To Kill A Mockingbird Harper Lee<br>Scout, a six-year-old girl, narrates an enthralling story of racial prejudice in the Deep South. <br><br><br>74. Catch-22 Joseph Heller<br>''[He] would be crazy to fly more missions and sane if he didn''t, but if he was sane he had to fly them. If he flew them he was crazy and didn''t have to; if he didn''t want to he was sane and had to.'' <br><br><br>75. Herzog Saul Bellow<br>Adultery and nervous breakdown in Chicago. <br><br>76. One Hundred Years of Solitude Gabriel Garcia Marquez <br>A postmodern masterpiece. <br><br>77. Mrs Palfrey at the Claremont Elizabeth Taylor <br>A haunting, understated study of old age. <br><br><br>78. Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy John Le Carre <br>A thrilling elegy for post-imperial Britain. <br><br>79. Song of Solomon Toni Morrison <br>The definitive novelist of the African-American experience. <br><br><br>80. The Bottle Factory Outing Beryl Bainbridge <br>Macabre comedy of provincial life. <br><br><br>81. The Executioner''s Song Norman Mailer <br>This quasi-documentary account of the life and death of Gary Gilmore is possibly his masterpiece. <br><br>82. If on a Winter''s Night a Traveller Italo Calvino<br>A strange, compelling story about the pleasures of reading. <br><br><br>83. A Bend in the River V. S. Naipaul <br>The finest living writer of English prose. This is his masterpiece: edgily reminiscent of Heart of Darkness. <br><br><br>84. Waiting for the Barbarians J.M. Coetzee <br>Bleak but haunting allegory of apartheid by the Nobel prizewinner. <br><br><br>85. Housekeeping Marilynne Robinson<br>Haunting, poetic story, drowned in water and light, about three generations of women. <br>Buy Housekeeping at Amazon.co.uk<br>86. Lanark Alasdair Gray<br>Seething vision of Glasgow. A Scottish classic. <br><br><br>87. The New York Trilogy Paul Auster <br>Dazzling metaphysical thriller set in the Manhattan of the 1970s. <br><br><br>88. The BFG Roald Dahl <br>A bestseller by the most popular postwar writer for children of all ages. <br><br><br>89. The Periodic Table. Primo Levi <br>A prose poem about the delights of chemistry. <br><br><br>90. Money Martin Amis<br>The novel that bags Amis''s place on any list. <br><br><br>91. An Artist of the Floating World . Kazuo Ishiguro <br>A collaborator from prewar Japan reluctantly discloses his betrayal of friends and family. <br><br><br>92. Oscar And Lucinda Peter Carey <br>A great contemporary love story set in nineteenth-century Australia by double Booker prizewinner. <br><br><br>93. The Book of Laughter and Forgetting Milan Kundera Inspired by the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia in 1968, this is a magical fusion of history, autobiography and ideas. <br><br><br>94. Haroun and the Sea af Stories Salman Rushdie<br>In this entrancing story Rushdie plays with the idea of narrative itself. <br><br><br>95. La Confidential James Ellroy <br>Three LAPD detectives are brought face to face with the secrets of their corrupt and violent careers. <br><br>96. Wise Children Angela Carter<br>A theatrical extravaganza by a brilliant exponent of magic realism. <br><br>97. Atonement Ian McEwan <br>Acclaimed short-story writer achieves a contemporary classic of mesmerising narrative conviction. <br><br><br>98. Northern Lights P hilip Pullman <br>Lyra''s quest weaves fantasy, horror and the play of ideas into a truly great contemporary children''s book. <br><br><br>99. American Pastoral Philip Roth <br>For years, Roth was famous for Portnoy''s Complaint . Recently, he has enjoyed an extraordinary revival. <br><br><br>100. Austerlitz W. G. Sebald <br><br><br>
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    Một danh sách khác: Danh sách này chỉ gồm các tiểu thuyết hiện đại viết ở thế kỷ 20 trở đi.<br>http://www.randomhouse.com/modernlibrary/100bestnovels.html<br><br>
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    Top 100 Romances<br> từ : http://www.theromancereader.com/top100.html<br>1. Outlander by Diana Gabaldon<br> Dream Man by Linda Howard <br> It Had to Be You by Susan Elizabeth Phillips<br>4. McKenzie?Ts Mountain by Linda Howard<br>5. Knight in Shining Armor by Jude Devereaux<br>6. Flowers from the Storm by Laura Kinsale<br>7. The Bride by Julie Garwood<br>8. Lord of Scoundrels by Loretta Chase<br> Nobody?Ts Baby But Mine by Susan Elizabeth Phillips<br><br>10. Morning Glory by LaVyrle Spencer<br>11. Whitney, My Love by Judith McNaught<br> Naked in Death by J. D. Robb<br><br>13. Shanna by Kathleen Woodiwiss<br>14. Honor?Ts Splendor by Julie Garwood<br>15. Paradise by Judith McNaught<br> Almost Heaven by Judith McNaught<br> Heaven, Texas by Susan Elizabeth Phillips<br> The Flame and the Flower by Kathleen Woodiwiss<br><br>19. Dragonfly in Amber by Diana Gabaldon<br> Born in Fire by Nora Roberts<br> Hummingbird by LaVyrle Spencer<br><br>22. Dream a Little Dream by Susan Elizabeth Phillips<br> The Rake (and the Reformer) by Mary Jo Putney<br><br>24. Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen<br> Bewitching by Jill Barnett<br> After the Night by Linda Howard<br> Knight of a Trillion Stars by Dara Joy<br> The Devil?Ts Bride by Stephanie Laurens<br> Born in Ice by Nora Roberts<br><br>30. Lion?Ts Lady by Julie Garwood<br> McKenzie?Ts Mission by Linda Howard<br> Once and Always by Judith McNaught<br> A Place to Call Home by Deborah Smith<br> The Wolf and the Dove by Kathleen Woodiwiss<br><br>35. The Windflower by Tom and Sharon Curtis<br> The Secret by Julie Garwood<br> Kingdom of Dreams by Judith McNaught<br> Kiss an Angel by Susan Elizabeth Phillips<br><br>39. Voyager by Diana Gabaldon<br> Saving Grace by Julie Garwood<br> The Grand Sophy by Georgette Heyer<br> Venetia by Georgette Heyer<br> Courting Miss Hattie by Pamela Morsi<br> Honest Illusions by Nora Roberts<br> Born in Shame by Nora Roberts<br><br>46. Devil?Ts Cub by Georgette Heyer<br> These Old Shades by Georgette Heyer<br> Son of the Morning by Linda Howard<br> Dreaming of You by Lisa Kleypas<br> Something Wonderful by Judith McNaught<br><br>51. My Lady Notorious by Jo Beverley<br> As You Desire by Connie Brockway<br> The Last Hellion by Loretta Chase<br> Frederica by Georgette Heyer<br> Perfect by Judith McNaught<br> The Promise of Jenny Jones by Maggie Osborne<br> River of Fire by Mary Jo Putney<br> Thunder and Roses by Mary Jo Putney<br> Ravished by Amanda Quick<br> One Summer by Karen Robards<br> Montana Sky by Nora Roberts<br> Sweet, Savage Love by Rosemary Rogers<br> A Rose in Winter by Kathleen Woodiwiss<br><br>64. Annie?Ts Song by Catherine Anderson<br> Slow Heat in Heaven by Sandra Brown<br> Sunshine and Shadow by Tom and Sharon Curtis<br> The Shadow and the Star by Laura Kinsale<br> Jackson Rule by Dinah McCall<br><br>68. Anyone but You by Jennifer Crusie<br> Highland Velvet by Jude Deveraux<br> To Love and to Cherish by Patricia Gaffney<br> The Wedding by Julie Garwood<br> Alinor by Roberta Gellis<br> Duncan?Ts Bride by Linda Howard<br> Sleeping Beauty by Judith Ivory<br> Warrior?Ts Woman by Johanna Lindsey<br> Angel Rogue by Mary Jo Putney<br> One Perfect Rose by Mary Jo Putney<br> Mistress by Amanda Quick<br> Carnal Innocence by Nora Roberts<br><br>81. Something Wicked by Jo Beverley<br> Mirror Image by Sandra Brown<br> The Sherbrooke Bride by Catherine Coulter<br> Lord of the Storm by Justine Davis<br> The Proud Breed by Celeste DeBlasis<br> Sunrise Song by Kathleen Eagle<br> Drums of Autumn by Diana Gabaldon<br> The Talisman Ring by Georgette Heyer<br> A Rose for Maggie by Kathleen Korbel<br> Family Man by Jayne Ann Krentz<br> This Is All I Ask by Lynn Kurland<br> Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell<br> The Wives of Bowie Stone by Maggie Osborne<br> Walking after Midnight by Karen Robards<br><br>95. Exposure by Susan Andersen<br> Getting Rid of Bradley by Jennifer Crusie<br> Wild at Heart by Patricia Gaffney<br> Bond of Blood by Roberta Gellis<br> The Rainbow Season by Lisa Gregory<br> If You Believe by Kristin Hannah<br> Eternally Yours by Brenda Jackson<br> Indigo by Beverly Jenkins<br> Finders Keepers by Fern Michaels<br> Simple Jess by Pamela Morsi<br> Fancy Pants by Susan Elizabeth Phillips<br> Dearly Beloved by Mary Jo Putney<br> Silk and Shadows by Mary Jo Putney<br> Heart of a Falcon by Francis Ray<br> The Outsider by Penelope Williamson<br><br><br><br>
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    Còn đây là top 100 truyện được người Anh yêu thich nhất, do đài BBC bình chọn: http://www.bbc.co.uk/arts/bigread/top100.shtml<br><br>1. The Lord of the Rings, JRR Tolkien<br>2. Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen<br>3. His Dark Materials, Philip Pullman<br>4. The Hitchhiker''s Guide to the Galaxy, Douglas Adams<br>5. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, JK Rowling<br>6. To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee<br>7. Winnie the Pooh, AA Milne<br>8. Nineteen Eighty-Four, George Orwell<br>9. The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, CS Lewis<br>10. Jane Eyre, Charlotte Brontë<br>11. Catch-22, Joseph Heller<br>12. Wuthering Heights, Emily Brontë<br>13. Birdsong, Sebastian Faulks<br>14. Rebecca, Daphne du Maurier<br>15. The Catcher in the Rye, JD Salinger<br>16. The Wind in the Willows, Kenneth Grahame<br>17. Great Expectations, Charles Dickens<br>18. Little Women, Louisa May Alcott<br>19. Captain Corelli''s Mandolin, Louis de Bernieres<br>20. War and Peace, Leo Tolstoy<br>21. Gone with the Wind, Margaret Mitchell<br>22. Harry Potter And The Philosopher''s Stone, JK Rowling<br>23. Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets, JK Rowling<br>24. Harry Potter And The Prisoner Of Azkaban, JK Rowling<br>25. The Hobbit, JRR Tolkien<br>26. Tess Of The D''Urbervilles, Thomas Hardy<br>27. Middlemarch, George Eliot<br>28. A Prayer For Owen Meany, John Irving<br>29. The Grapes Of Wrath, John Steinbeck<br>30. Alice''s Adventures In Wonderland, Lewis Carroll<br>31. The Story Of Tracy Beaker, Jacqueline Wilson<br>32. One Hundred Years Of Solitude, Gabriel García Márquez<br>33. The Pillars Of The Earth, Ken Follett<br>34. David Copperfield, Charles Dickens<br>35. Charlie And The Chocolate Factory, Roald Dahl | Listen to interview<br>36. Treasure Island, Robert Louis Stevenson<br>37. A Town Like Alice, Nevil Shute<br>38. Persuasion, Jane Austen<br>39. Dune, Frank Herbert | Discussion<br>40. Emma, Jane Austen<br>41. Anne Of Green Gables, LM Montgomery<br>42. Watership Down, Richard Adams | Discussion<br>43. The Great Gatsby, F Scott Fitzgerald<br>44. The Count Of Monte Cristo, Alexandre Dumas | Film review<br>45. Brideshead Revisited, Evelyn Waugh | Listen to interview<br>46. Animal Farm, George Orwell<br>47. A Christmas Carol, Charles Dickens<br>48. Far From The Madding Crowd, Thomas Hardy<br>49. Goodnight Mister Tom, Michelle Magorian<br>50. The Shell Seekers, Rosamunde Pilcher<br>51. The Secret Garden, Frances Hodgson Burnett<br>52. Of Mice And Men, John Steinbeck<br>53. The Stand, Stephen King<br>54. Anna Karenina, Leo Tolstoy<br>55. A Suitable Boy, Vikram Seth | Listen to interview<br>56. The BFG, Roald Dahl | Listen to interview<br>57. Swallows And Amazons, Arthur Ransome<br>58. Black Beauty, Anna Sewell | Children''s fiction<br>59. Artemis Fowl, Eoin Colfer | Live chat<br>60. Crime And Punishment, Fyodor Dostoyevsky | Crime and Punishment site<br>61. Noughts And Crosses, Malorie Blackman<br>62. Memoirs Of A Geisha, Arthur Golden<br>63. A Tale Of Two Cities, Charles Dickens<br>64. The Thorn Birds, Colleen McCollough<br>65. Mort, Terry Pratchett<br>66. The Magic Faraway Tree, Enid Blyton | Listen to interview<br>67. The Magus, John Fowles<br>68. Good Omens, Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman | Discussion<br>69. Guards! Guards!, Terry Pratchett<br>70. Lord Of The Flies, William Golding<br>71. Perfume, Patrick Süskind<br>72. The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists, Robert Tressell<br>73. Night Watch, Terry Pratchett<br>74. Matilda, Roald Dahl | Listen to interview<br>75. Bridget Jones''s Diary, Helen Fielding | Film review<br>76. The Secret History, Donna Tartt<br>77. The Woman In White, Wilkie Collins<br>78. Ulysses, James Joyce<br>79. Bleak House, Charles Dickens<br>80. Double Act, Jacqueline Wilson<br>81. The Twits, Roald Dahl | Listen to interview<br>82. I Capture The Castle, Dodie Smith | Film review<br>83. Holes, Louis Sachar<br>84. Gormenghast, Mervyn Peake | Gormenghast site<br>85. The God Of Small Things, Arundhati Roy<br>86. Vicky Angel, Jacqueline Wilson<br>87. Brave New World, Aldous Huxley<br>88. Cold Comfort Farm, Stella Gibbons | Film interview<br>89. Magician, Raymond E Feist<br>90. On The Road, Jack Kerouac<br>91. The Godfather, Mario Puzo | Film review<br>92. The Clan Of The Cave Bear, Jean M Auel<br>93. The Colour Of Magic, Terry Pratchett<br>94. The Alchemist, Paulo Coelho | Theatre review<br>95. Katherine, Anya Seton<br>96. Kane And Abel, Jeffrey Archer<br>97. Love In The Time Of Cholera, Gabriel García Márquez<br>98. Girls In Love, Jacqueline Wilson<br>99. The Princess Diaries, Meg Cabot<br>100. Midnight''s Children, Salman Rushdie <br><br><br><br><br>
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