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100 classici senza tempo da leggere su DS

In arrivo da Nintendo un titolo dedicato agli amanti della lettura

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Potremmo difficilmente definire videogame il nuovo titolo di Genius Sonority Inc. in arrivo su Nintendo DS.

Si tratta infatti di una raccolta di 100 libri da portare sempre con sè, realizzata in collaborazione con la casa editrice Harper Collins e dedicata a chi proprio non riesce a rinunciare all’appagante piacere della lettura.

Di seguito, i titoli (in lingua inglese) dei volumi digitalizzati ed inseriti in 100 Classic Book Collection.

  1. Louisa May Alcott – Little Women;
  2. Jane Austen – Emma;
  3. Jane Austen – Mansfield Park;
  4. Jane Austen – Persuasion;
  5. Jane Austen – Pride and Prejudice;
  6. Jane Austen – Sense and Sensibility;
  7. Harriet Beecher Stowe – Uncle Tom’s Cabin;
  8. R.D. Blackmore – Lorna Doone;
  9. Anne Bronte – The Tenant of Wildfell Hall;
  10. Charlotte Bronte – Jane Eyre;
  11. Charlotte Bronte – The Professor;
  12. Charlotte Bronte – Shirley;
  13. Charlotte Bronte – Villette;
  14. Emily Bronte – Wuthering Heights;
  15. John Bunyan – The Pilgrim’s Progress;
  16. Frances Burnett – Little Lord Fauntleroy;
  17. Frances Burnett – The Secret Garden;
  18. Lewis Carroll – Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland;
  19. Lewis Carroll – Through the Looking-Glass;
  20. Wilkie Collins – The Moonstone;
  21. Wilkie Collins – The Woman in White;
  22. Carlo Collodi – The Adventures of Pinocchio;
  23. Arthur Conan Doyle – The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes;
  24. Arthur Conan Doyle – The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes;
  25. Joseph Conrad – Lord Jim;
  26. Susan Coolidge – What Katy Did;
  27. James Fenimore Cooper – Last of the Mohicans;
  28. Daniel Defoe – Robinson Crusoe;
  29. Charles Dickens – Barnaby Rudge;
  30. Charles Dickens – Bleak House;
  31. Charles Dickens – A Christmas Carol;
  32. Charles Dickens – David Copperfield;
  33. Charles Dickens – Dombey and Son;
  34. Charles Dickens – Great Expectations;
  35. Charles Dickens – Hard Times;
  36. Charles Dickens – Martin Chuzzlewit;
  37. Charles Dickens – Nicholas Nickleby;
  38. Charles Dickens – The Old Curiosity Shop;
  39. Charles Dickens – Oliver Twist;
  40. Charles Dickens – The Pickwick Papers;
  41. Charles Dickens – A Tale of Two Cities;
  42. Alexandre Dumas – The Count of Monte Cristo;
  43. Alexandre Dumas – The Three Musketeers;
  44. George Eliot – Adam Bede;
  45. George Eliot – Middlemarch;
  46. George Eliot – The Mill on the Floss;
  47. Henry Rider Haggard – King Solomon’s Mines;
  48. Thomas Hardy – Far From The Madding Crowd;
  49. Thomas Hardy – The Mayor of Casterbridge;
  50. Thomas Hardy – Tess of The D’Urbervilles;
  51. Thomas Hardy – Under the Greenwood Tree;
  52. Nathaniel Hawthorne – The Scarlet Letter;
  53. Victor Hugo – The Hunchback of Notre Dame;
  54. Victor Hugo – Les Miserables;
  55. Washington Irving – The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon;
  56. Charles Kingsley – Westward Ho!;
  57. D.H. Lawrence – Sons And Lovers;
  58. Gaston Leroux – The Phantom of the Opera;
  59. Jack London – The Call of the Wild;
  60. Jack London – White Fang;
  61. Herman Melville – Moby Dick;
  62. Edgar Allen Poe – Tales of Mystery and Imagination;
  63. Sir Walter Scott – Ivanhoe;
  64. Sir Walter Scott – Rob Roy;
  65. Sir Walter Scott – Waverley;
  66. Anna Sewell – Black Beauty;
  67. William Shakespeare – All’s Well That Ends Well;
  68. William Shakespeare – Antony and Cleopatra;
  69. William Shakespeare – As You Like It;
  70. William Shakespeare – The Comedy of Errors;
  71. William Shakespeare – Hamlet;
  72. William Shakespeare – Julius Caesar;
  73. William Shakespeare – King Henry the Fifth;
  74. William Shakespeare – King Lear;
  75. William Shakespeare – King Richard the Third;
  76. William Shakespeare – Love’s Labour’s Lost;
  77. William Shakespeare – Macbeth;
  78. William Shakespeare – The Merchant of Venice;
  79. William Shakespeare – A Midsummer-Night’s Dream;
  80. William Shakespeare – Much Ado About Nothing;
  81. William Shakespeare – Othello, the Moor of Venice;
  82. William Shakespeare – Romeo and Juliet;
  83. William Shakespeare – The Taming of the Shrew;
  84. William Shakespeare – The Tempest;
  85. William Shakespeare – Timon of Athens;
  86. William Shakespeare – Titus Andronicus;
  87. William Shakespeare – Twelfth Night;
  88. William Shakespeare – The Winter’s Tale;
  89. Robert Louis Stevenson – Kidnapped;
  90. Robert Louis Stevenson – The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde;
  91. Robert Louis Stevenson – Treasure Island;
  92. Jonathan Swift – Gulliver’s Travels;
  93. William Thackeray – Vanity Fair;
  94. Anthony Trollope – Barchester Towers;
  95. Mark Twain – Adventures of Huckleberry Finn;
  96. Mark Twain – Adventures of Tom Sawyer;
  97. Jules Verne – Around the World in Eighty Days;
  98. Jules Verne – 20.000 Leagues Under the Sea;
  99. Oscar Wilde – The Importance of Being Earnest;
  100. Oscar Wilde – The Picture of Dorian Gray;

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