The time has come to be a little more at home, because of the rains or the cold. Therefore, if the TV does not convince you at all, nothing like betting on reading classic novels . Because they are among the great must-haves to consider, which will bring us endless benefits, both in our lives and in our minds. Of the following, how many have you read?
Sometimes we think we don’t have time to dedicate it to a good book , but that’s not the way it is. It will be time well spent, where the mind wanders and it is always great therapy. Especially when faced with classic stories that should always be read, even once in a lifetime. Here are some of those very special titles!
Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte
It is true that there are many books in the form of classic novels available to us. But one of the all-time great headlines is this one. Because it has become an all-time great masterpiece, although it seems that at first it was not so enthusiastic. It’s a story that has it all: from love and passion to revenge . All this is reflected in an environment like the family and their upbringing, the pride and also the arrogance of many of them which arouse the contempt of those around them. If you have read it, it has surely captivated you and if not, it is time to take the plunge.
“Pride and Prejudice” by Jane Austin
Everyone knows that Jane Austin has several must-have titles among classic novels. But in this case, we are left with one of the most remarkable. Because it tells a story of society in the 19th century, where the vast majority of families were looking for good husbands for their daughters, especially the most ambitious mothers. So, in this case, Mrs. Bennet has 5 daughters and seeks to settle them with the best young people. Although sometimes things don’t always go as planned. Elizabeth is the character where the irony and all the other qualities of a very complex society will be shown. .
“The Count of Monte Cristo” by Alexandre Dumas
It is also included in the list of the best classic novels of all time. You may have seen many versions on the small screen, but nothing beats reading the book. Apparently, the basis of the story comes from a true story where a man was unjustly imprisoned and from there he would go out of his way to exact his revenge by becoming new characters.
“One Hundred Years of Solitude” by Garcia Marquez
It is true that when we talk about classic novels and we talk about Gabriel Garcia Marquez, it is difficult for us to choose one of his great works. But in this case, we are left with ‘One Hundred Years of Solitude’ because it has become a masterpiece of Hispanic-American literature. The novel tells the story of the Buendias, in a village that is inventing itself. With many jumps in time, forwards and backwards, they capture our attention much more. You will discover a metaphorical and critical story that will hook you.
“The Little Prince” Antoine de Saint-Exupery
It is a short novel and another of the great masterpieces. Because no matter how much time passes, we still keep some of its many teachings. A way to see the transition to adulthood. The meaning of friendship and also of human relationships in general or the deeper observations of life, are some of the topics you will find in this book. Which of all these classic novels have you read?