Are you as well read as a college sophomore?

Based on the pre-college reading lists, freshmen syllabi, and core programs of more than 100 US colleges and universities, here are 60 books the experts believe that you should have read by sophomore year of college. How does your own literary experience stack up? Take our quiz and find out!

(This list was taken from: "Reading Lists For College-Bound Students, 3rd Edition" by Doug Estell, Michele L. Satchwell and Patricia S. Wright)

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1. Have you read this novel?

"Pride and Prejudice," Jane Austen's 1813 novel about love and marriage among the British upper-classes of her era, tells the story of Mr. Darcy, whose pride in his social standing comes into conflict with heroine Elizabeth Bennett's immediate prejudice against him. 

Yes, I have read this book.

I have read part of this book.

I have heard of this book.

I don't know anything about this book.

"Pride and Prejudice" is a must read for anyone interested in the Victorian era, a timeless love story, and memorable characters. 


 
 
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