In a series of articles and blurbs, The Guardian sets forth a list of the “1,000 Novels Everyone Should Read,” which the broadsheet breaks down by genre. Essays on specific categories include “best dystopian,” “best stream-of-consciousness,” “best comedies about class”, “best pulp romances,” and “best novels about warfare” (that one is by Christopher Hitchens). Providing extra fun, The Guardian also offers links to stories on literary trivia (e.g., “the most stolen books,” “novels that predicted the future,” etc.).
( Tintin is a “should”?)