Famous authors on their favorite books
I always find it interesting to know what literary works other authors recommend. I guess you can never go wrong with reputable classics' opinion.
Vladimir Nabokov, the author of "Lolita", named the following books as great literature: James Joyce's "Ulysses", Kafka's "Metamorphosis".
Jane Austen, the author of "Pride and Prejudice", enjoyed the work of Lord Byron "The Corsair", as well as Madame de Genlis's "Olimpe" and "Theophile", and "The Mysteries of Udolpho" by Anne Radcliffe. Her absolute favorite, though, was Samuel Richardson's book "Sir Charles Grandison".
J.K. Rowling called Jane Austen's "Emma" her favorite book.
To be continued ...