Top 10 best books of all time you should read in life (Part 2)

4. Great Gatsby of F. Scott Fitzgerald

The chronological novel of the era that Fitzgerald calls himself the “Jazz age”. After the shock and chaos of the First World War, American society prospered unprecedentedly in the 1920s, the economy soared. At the same time, many prohibitions enacted by the law, especially the ban on the sale and production of alcohol, have bankrupted many millionaires in the industry and led to an increase in criminal organizations and Jewish mafia. Although Fitzgerald, like Nick Carraway in his novel, the rich and glamorous idol of the time, he is annoyed with the liberal materialism and lack of morality that follows the decadent consequences of society. . Today, Great Gatsby is considered one of the greatest novels of America and the greatest literary masterpiece of all time.

5. Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov

This book is a world-famous work for its creative style and is also the subject of a lot of controversy about its content such as: the main characters and untrustworthy content about the middle-aged Humbert Humbert character. being obsessed and having sex with a 12-year-old girl named Dolores Haze.

Lolita is a wake-up call for parents, societies, and educators who need to dedicate themselves to the task of bringing up a better generation of their children.

6. Middlemarch town of George Eliot

Middlemarch: is a novel by George Eliot, pseudonym of Mary Anne Evans, then Marian Evans. It is her seventh novel, written in 1869, interrupted when she was hospitalized at Thornton Lewes hospital, so her son George Henry Lewes co-completed this work. In the following year Eliot resumed work, re-structuring the stories into a complete coherent work, and during 1871-72 the novel was published in serial form. The first version was published in 1874, and attracted a lot of interested readers with huge sales. The novel is about the fictitious Midlands town of Middlemarch from 1830 – 32. The work is a series of conspiracies with a large number of different inside and out characters with logical connections, Include the basic themes of the story of the state of women, the nature of marriage, idealism, issues of religion and hypocrisy, political reform and education. Slow story rhythm with gentle melodies like textbook but still very attractive to readers.