Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Top Ten Tuesday: Books On My Spring TBR

City of God
I still plan to continue reading this until I finish it.

On the Banks of Plum Creek AND 
By the Shores of Silver Lake AND
The Long Winter
Laura Ingalls Wilder

Ecclesiastical History of the English People
I already started this.

The Prince

Formation of Character
Charlotte Mason
Already started this, too.

Reflections on the Revolution in France
Edmund Burke
Thinking of reading this.

Jude the Obscure  OR
Tess of the D'Urbervilles
Thomas Hardy
Still not convicted about which one to read first. ?????

A Woman's Education 
Jill Ker Conway


Hamlette (Rachel) said...

Wow. A little light reading for the springtime, eh?

I love that you're rereading the Little House again. No idea why that makes me happy, aside from the fact that my parents read them to me so often when I was a kid, but I think it's cool you return to the series so often :-)

Marian H said...

What a great list! I need to read Burke sometime... everything I've learned about him in the past leads me to think I'd like what he had to say.

Jude vs. Tess... I haven't read either of them, but I watched a PBS version of Tess. It was hard to watch, the subject matter is pretty heavy.

Fanda Classiclit said...

What a tough list!
...and I thought you wanted to take a break? :)
I still cannot make up my mind to read City of God. Maybe I'd read your review first before deciding.

Ruth said...

: D

That's me laughing.

Ruth said...

I have high expectations for Burke -- mainly for its content -- so I hope it's good.

Ruth said...

I was, really, but I have caught up and I am ready to read and write.

I'm going to write a review of City of God Part I before I begin Part II. For starters . . . I did like it immensely. I'm ready to try part II. However, because it is soooooo looooooong, one may want to take a break from it every so often, which is very doable b/c he wrote in short sections. But overall it is a philosophical book (I think).

Jillian said...

A friend of mine hates Tess but loved Jude the Obscure. He also hates To Kill a Mockingbird and loves Gone with the Wind and A Tale of Two Cities. I've never read a Hardy novel -- yet. :)