I have so much love for classics.
1. The Hunchback of Notre Dame
This is the classic that I randomly think about how awesome it was. I think about how much adventure happened in this book. Adventure is usually not a word people associate with classics
2. David Copperfield
3. Anna Karenina
4. Jane Eyre
What I Want & Need Among Oldness
I love classic books so much but have grown bored with it. I think my boredom come from seeing the same type of novels and characters in these stories. What I have been thinking about doing for a while now is reading more obscure and just plain different classic books. I did a rant about the lack of new covers for books that probably need it more than the big name classics.
It dawned on me one day that I could read this book and get the a Korean historical fiction novel, I’ve been craving.
Someone said this is supposed to be like Belle the movie in classic book form. I want to read this book and create a cover based off the events in the story. Ourika is one of those books that I feel could do so great if it was marketed and had more variety in its covers. Let it be know that I only know about this book because of tumblr not publishers. This would have been such a great book to promote around the time Belle was coming out.
Not So Obscure Classics
So I was looking up classic novel covers when I stumbled onto this. It made me want to read this book so much. I couldn’t find a good image of what the words on the cover says but it is basically a narration of this story in comic book form.
A Few Classics I Own
I have many classic books left to read. These are two that I have started and like.
I’m going to finish this book one day. It’s not a bad book in the slightest so don’t think that.
10. The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes