I love reading and I prefer classical books, expecially English ones written in the XVIII century.
F. S. Fitzgerald is one my favorite writers: I'm fashinated by the society and the times he describes in his books, all linked to the "Roaring 20s", jazz music and prohibitionism. My favorite one is "The beautiful and damned", but I love "The great Gatsby" as well and "The head and the shoulder", a little tale belonging to "Flappers and Philosophers".
Then..I love "Madame Bovary", "Wuthering Heights" and "Little women", like all the girls in the world, I think.
I fell in love with "Nothing new on the western front" by Remarque: I think there are wonderful comments about the psychological conseguences of WW1, a topic I'm really interested in and which is well developed in another of my favorite books, "Mrs Dalloway", by V. Woof.
Another book I love is "A portrait of the artist as a young man", by J. Joyce.
Between the contemporany writers I appreciate a lot C. Bushnell's style (and I see in her a sort of a modern Fitzgerald).
I like modern literature as well as classic literature. I go more for storyline and character development when I read ,and the societies in which stories take place. All of which can determine how much attraction I feel towards a book. I love stories that take place during Old New York Society, like the Age of Innocence.
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