Here are some handy literature lists about books, poetry plays. Whether you are looking for an easy read, a poetic masterpiece, or a gripping play, these lists have got you covered.
As Thomas Jefferson once said, “I can not live without books!”. If you are like me, then you will feel quite the same.
- List of Agatha Christie Books
- List of Books Of The Bible
- List of Business Books
- List of Charles Dickens Books
- List of Children Books
- List of Classic Books
- List of Fantasy Books
- List of Historical Fiction Books
- List of Horror Books
- List of James Patterson Books
- List of Mystery Books
- List of New Testament Books
- List of Old Testament Books
- List of Books Of The Quran
- List of Romance Books
- List of Science Fiction Books
- List of Shakespeare Plays
- List of Stephen King Books
- List of Travel Books
- List of True Crime Books
- List of Characters In Macbeth
- List of Characters In Pride And Prejudice
- List of Characters In Romeo And Juliet
No matter if you get your books in paperback, hardback, or in digital form. These booklists can lead you to find something interesting to read. If you are a teacher you can also put together a reading list for your students.
There is something about the search for knowledge that bridges both books and lists. Lists are so easy to skim, so flat, so perfect for our ever-shrinking attention spans. Lists are also an exploration into new territory, a way of making sense of what we know and what we don’t know. They’re a record of curiosity, an index of discovery.
Books on the other hand lead to a detailed adventure of storytelling or imparting useful comprehensive information. They are the perfect choice for anyone who wants to get lost in an engaging story or who needs to gather comprehensive knowledge about any subject.