Back to the Classics 2022

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  1. A 19th century classic
  2. A 20th century classics Lolita – Vladimir Nabokov (US, 1955)
  3. A classic by a woman authorA Tree Grows in Brooklyn – Betty Smith (US, 1943)
  4. A classic in translation
  5. A classic by a BIPOC author
  6. Mystery/Detective/Crime classicMystery of the Blue Train – Agatha Christie (England, 1928)
  7. A classic short story collection
  8. Pre-1800 classicMoll Flanders – Daniel Defoe (England, 1722)
  9. A nonfiction classic
  10. Classic that’s been on your TBR list the longest
  11. Classic set in a place you’d like to visit
  12. Wild card classicThe Spy Who Came in from the Cold – John Le Carré (England, 1963)

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