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Introduction to beginning English reading

Beginning English reading is done by reading the sentences line by line and understanding the lines.Various steps to be followed are illustrated below with neat explanation.

Beginning English Reading

We have no difficulty in reading English once we know the exact pronunciation of the words.The pronunciation of the words is an  important aspect of Beginning English reading.Because here once the pronunciation is known then we can easily go through pronouncing the words and forms sentences and paragraphs and hence we learn reading English. Hence first is pronunciation.

The second step is the raise and drops of the tone in reading.The word which is of high importance is given the stress and the word with least important is given drop.Hence the sequence of raise and the sequences of drops together form the reading of the English language.

The third one is Necessary tenses learning.We have three tenses mainly which are very important while learning English.The thing that is going on now is called present and the thing that has done already is known as past and the thing that is going to be done is known as the future.  Hence there are three tenses mainly present,past,future.These are indeed classified into sub tenses all together we have 12 tenses .Once a person got to know all these 12 tenses then he will be known as a good English speaker.

Beginning English Reading

Phrasing the word performing the tenses and applying the grammar is indeed known as the English language. English is the world recognized language and is having its own importance in its place.It is also said that the 75% of the people in world speak English. The importance lies in its structure .It has a very quite simple structure through which if one know can speak and learn write the English in more effective manner.

English Literature Reading List:-

ENGLISH LITERATURE READING LIST

 

1. TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD by Harper Lee 

2.ULYSSES by James Joyce

3.CATCH-22 by Joseph Heller

4. THE GREAT GATSBY by F. Scott Fitzgerald
   
5.DUNE by Frank Herbert
     
6.THE MOON IS A HARSH MISTRESS by Robert Heinlein     

7. STRANGER IN A STRANGE LAND by Robert Heinlein

8. A TOWN LIKE ALICE by Nevil Shut
    
9. BRAVE NEW WORLD by Aldous Huxley

10. THE CATCHER IN THE RYE by J.D. Salinger

11. ANIMAL FARM by George Orwell

12. GRAVITY'S RAINBOW by Thomas Pynchon

13. THE GRAPES OF WRATH by John Steinbeck

14. SLAUGHTERHOUSE FIVE by Kurt Vonnegut

15. GONE WITH THE WIND by Margaret Mitchell

16. LORD OF THE FLIES by William Golding

17. SHANE by Jack Schaefer

18. TRUSTEE FROM THE TOOLROOM by Nevil Shute

19. A PRAYER FOR OWEN MEANY by John Irving

20. THE STAND by Stephen King

21. THE FRENCH LIEUTENANT'S WOMAN by John Fowles

22. BELOVED by Toni Morrison

23. THE WORM OUROBOROS by E.R. Eddison

24. THE SOUND AND THE FURY by William Faulkner

25. LOLITA by Vladimir Nabokov

26. MOONHEART by Charles de Lint

27. ABSALOM, ABSALOM! by William Faulkner

28. OF HUMAN BONDAGE by W. Somerset Maugham

29. WISE BLOOD by Flannery O'Connor

30. UNDER THE VOLCANO by Malcolm Lowry

31. FIFTH BUSINESS by Robertson Davies

32. SOMEPLACE TO BE FLYING by Charles de Lint

33. ON THE ROAD by Jack Kerouac

34. HEART OF DARKNESS by Joseph Conrad

35. YARROW by Charles de Lint

36. AT THE MOUNTAINS OF MADNESS by H.P. Lovecraft

37. ONE LONELY NIGHT by Mickey Spillane

38. MEMORY AND DREAM by Charles de Lint

39. TO THE LIGHTHOUSE by Virginia Woolf

40. THE MOVIEGOER by Walker Percy

41. TRADER by Charles de Lint

42. THE HITCHHIKER'S GUIDE TO THE GALAXY by Douglas Adams

43. THE HEART IS A LONELY HUNTER by Carson McCullers

44. THE HANDMAID'S TALE by Margaret Atwood

45. BLOOD MERIDIAN by Cormac McCarthy

46. A CLOCKWORK ORANGE by Anthony Burgess

47. ON THE BEACH by Nevil Shute

48. A PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST AS A YOUNG MAN by James Joyce

49. GREENMANTLE by Charles de Lint

50. ENDER'S GAME by Orson Scott Card

More English Literature Reading List

 

1. THE LITTLE COUNTRY by Charles de Lint

2. THE RECOGNITIONS by William Gaddis

3. STARSHIP TROOPERS by Robert Heinlein

4. THE SUN ALSO RISES by Ernest Hemingway

5. THE WORLD ACCORDING TO GARP by John Irving

6. SOMETHING WICKED THIS WAY COMES by Ray Bradbury

7. THE HAUNTING OF HILL HOUSE by Shirley Jackson

8. AS I LAY DYING by William Faulkner

9. TROPIC OF CANCER by Henry Miller

10. INVISIBLE MAN by Ralph Ellison

11. THE WOOD WIFE by Terri Windling

12. THE MAGUS by John Fowles

13. THE DOOR INTO SUMMER by Robert Heinlein

14. ZEN AND THE ART OF MOTORCYCLE MAINTENANCE by Robert Pirsig

15. I, CLAUDIUS by Robert Graves

16. THE CALL OF THE WILD by Jack London

17. AT SWIM-TWO-BIRDS by Flann O'Brien

18. FARENHEIT 451 by Ray Bradbury

19. ARROWSMITH by Sinclair Lewis

20. WATERSHIP DOWN by Richard Adams

21. NAKED LUNCH by William S. Burroughs

22. THE HUNT FOR RED OCTOBER by Tom Clancy

23. GUILTY PLEASURES by Laurell K. Hamilton

24. THE PUPPET MASTERS by Robert Heinlein

25. V. by Thomas Pynchon

26. DOUBLE STAR by Robert Heinlein

27. CITIZEN OF THE GALAXY by Robert Heinlein

28. BRIDESHEAD REVISITED by Evelyn Waugh

29. LIGHT IN AUGUST by William Faulkner

30. ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST by Ken Kesey

31. A FAREWELL TO ARMS by Ernest Hemingway

32. THE SHELTERING SKY by Paul Bowles

33. SOMETIMES A GREAT NOTION by Ken Kesey

34. MY ANTONIA by Willa Cather

35. MULENGRO by Charles de Lint

36. SUTTREE by Cormac McCarthy

37. MYTHAGO WOOD by Robert Holdstock

38. ILLUSIONS by Richard Bach

39. THE CUNNING MAN by Robertson Davies

40. THE SATANIC VERSES by Salman Rushdie

41. WIDE SARGASSO SEA by jean rhys

42. UBIK by Philip K. Dick

43. UNDER THE NET by Iris Murdoch

English Literature Reading List for References

 

Doing English  by Robert Eaglestone,
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      An introduction to literature, criticism and theory by Bennett and Royle.
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      Studying modern literature: a practical guide by Tory Young.
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      The Norton anthology of English literature

Shakespeare

   1.

      Romeo and Juliet
   2.

      Julius Caesar
   3.

      Hamlet
   4.

      Othello
   5.

      King Lear
   6.

      Macbeth

Charles Dickens

   1.

      Little Dorrit
   2.

      Bleak House
   3.

      The Pickwick Papers
   4.

      A Tale of Two Cities
   5.

      A Christmas Carol
   6.

      Short Stories by Dickens


Jane Austen

   1.

      Sense and Sensibility
   2.

      Pride and Prejudice
   3.

      Mansfield Park
   4.

      Emma
   5.

      Persuasion

 

George Eliot

   1.

      Middlemarch
   2.

      Adam Bede
   3.

      Daniel Deronda
   4.

      The Mill on the Floss
   5.

      Felix Holt
   6.

      The Lifted Veil/Brother Jacob

 

Henry James

   1.

      What Maisie Knew & The Aspern Papers
   2.

      The Turn of the Screw
   3.

      The Spoils of Poynton
   4.

      The Portrait of a Lady
   5.

      The Golden Bowl
   6.

      London Stories and Other Writings

Thomas Hardy

   1.

      The Withered Arm and Other Stories
   2.

      The Woodlanders
   3.

      A Pair of Blue Eyes
   4.

      The Mayor of Casterbridge
   5.

      The Return of the Native
   6.

      Under the Greenwood Tree

Poetry

   1.

      The Collected Tennyson
   2.

      The Complete Poems of Christina Rossetti
   3.

      Victorian Verse.
   4.

      Decadent Poetry: From Wilde To Naidu
   5.

      Poems and Prose of Gerald Manley Hopkins, ed. W.H. Gardner


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