前十本All time 100 novels 前十本1. Augie comes on stage with one of literature's most famous opening lines. "I am an 澎湖民宿American, Chicago born, and go at things as I have taught myself, free-style, and will make the record in my own way: 買屋first to knock, first admitted." It's the "Call me Ishmael" of mid-20th-century American fiction. (For the record, 有巢氏房屋Bellow was born in Canada .) Or it would be if Ishmael had been more like Tom Jones with a philosophical disposition. With 汽車借款this teeming book Bellow returned a Dickensian richness to the American novel. As he makes his way to a full brimming 土地買賣consciousness of himself, Augie careens through numberless occupations and countless mentors and exemplars, all the while 汽車借款enchanting us with the slapdash American music of his voiceRead more: 591http://www.time.com/time/specials/packages/0,28757,1951793,00.html #ixzz1BMXyFuDU 1 The adventures of Augie March (Saul 酒店工作Bellow)2. All the king’s men (Robert Penn Warren)3. American Pastora ( Philip Roth)4. An American Tragedy (Theodore 網路行銷Dreiser)5 Animal Farm (George Orwell)6 Are you there Got? It’s me Mararet. (Judy Blume)7 The assistant (Bernard 資產管理公司Malamud)8 At Swim—Two birds (Flann Obrien)9 Atonement (Ian McEwan)10 Beloved (Tony Morrison).