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2012's literary anniversaries

Which of these works published in 1962 have you read / seen performed?

Madeleine L'Engle – A Wrinkle in Time
51(6.5%)
Ken Kesey – One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
55(7.0%)
Anthony Burgess – A Clockwork Orange
61(7.8%)
Ray Bradbury – Something Wicked This Way Comes
54(6.9%)
Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn – One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich
31(4.0%)
Kurt Vonnegut – Mother Night
19(2.4%)
John Steinbeck – Travels With Charley: In Search of America
11(1.4%)
Philip K. Dick – The Man in the High Castle
53(6.8%)
Edward Albee – Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
32(4.1%)
Vladimir Nabokov – Pale Fire
9(1.1%)
Jorge Luis Borges – Labyrinths
14(1.8%)
Shirley Jackson – We Have Always Lived in the Castle
17(2.2%)
Rachel Carson – Silent Spring
9(1.1%)
Agatha Christie – The Mirror Crack'd from Side to Side
40(5.1%)
James Clavell – King Rat
23(2.9%)
Barbara Tuchman – The Guns of August
11(1.4%)
Aldous Huxley – Island
10(1.3%)
Doris Lessing – The Golden Notebook
12(1.5%)
Joan Aiken –The Wolves of Willoughby Chase
44(5.6%)
Kōbō Abe – 砂の女 (The Woman in the Dunes)
3(0.4%)
James Baldwin – Another Country
5(0.6%)
Thomas Kuhn – The Structure of Scientific Revolutions
8(1.0%)
Mary Stewart – The Moon-Spinners
16(2.0%)
David Wilkerson – The Cross and the Switchblade
6(0.8%)
Ian Fleming – The Spy Who Loved Me
46(5.9%)
Ray Bradbury – R is for Rocket
29(3.7%)
Dick Francis – Dead Cert
17(2.2%)
Friedrich Dürrenmatt – Die Physiker (The Physicists)
3(0.4%)
William Faulkner – The Reivers
5(0.6%)
Elie Wiesel – Day
0(0.0%)
J. G. Ballard – The Drowned World
30(3.8%)
Milton Friedman – Capitalism and Freedom
1(0.1%)
Eloise McGraw – The Golden Goblet
2(0.3%)
James Jones – The Thin Red Line
11(1.4%)
John le Carr – A Murder of Quality
11(1.4%)
Len Deighton – The IPCRESS File
34(4.3%)

Which of these books published in 1912 have you read?

Jean Webster – Daddy Long-Legs
24(11.5%)
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle – The Lost World
40(19.2%)
Edgar Rice Burroughs – A Princess of Mars
33(15.9%)
L.M. Montgomery – Chronicles of Avonlea
31(14.9%)
Thomas Mann – Der Tod in Venedig (Death in Venice)
19(9.1%)
Zane Grey – Riders of the Purple Sage
13(6.2%)
James Weldon Johnson – The Autobiography of an Ex-Colored Man
2(1.0%)
Bertrand Russell – The Problems of Philosophy
10(4.8%)
Joseph Conrad – The Secret Sharer
9(4.3%)
Edith Wharton – The Reef
2(1.0%)
Theodore Dreiser – The Financier
1(0.5%)
Stephen Leacock – Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town
1(0.5%)
Willa Cather – Alexander's Bridge
3(1.4%)
William Hope Hodgson – The Night Land
8(3.8%)
L. Frank Baum – Sky Island
5(2.4%)
Alexander Berkman – Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist
1(0.5%)
James Stephens – The Crock of Gold
6(2.9%)

Which of these books published in 1862 have you read?

Victor Hugo – Les Misérables
26(28.9%)
Ivan Turgenev – Отцы и дети (Fathers and Sons)
8(8.9%)
Mary Elizabeth Braddon – Lady Audley's Secret
15(16.7%)
Wilkie Collins – No Name
9(10.0%)
Christina Rossetti – Goblin Market and Other Poems
27(30.0%)
Gustave Flaubert – Salammbo
5(5.6%)
Camilo Castelo Branco – Amor de Perdição (Love of Perdition)
0(0.0%)
José de Alencar – Lucíola
0(0.0%)

Which of these books published in earlier years have you read?

Johann David Wyss – The Swiss Family Robinson (1812)
39(39.0%)
Grimm's Fairy Tales, volume 1 (1812)
36(36.0%)
Maria Edgeworth – The Absentee (1812)
2(2.0%)
Jean-Jacques Rousseau – The Social Contract (1762)
13(13.0%)
Jean-Jacques Rousseau – Emile, or On Education (1762)
10(10.0%)
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