The classics of American literature are usually considered to be the most important literature of our time.
Yet many are being translated into many languages.
We have compiled a list of some of the best classics, including some that are often overlooked by most.
Read on for our picks for some of our favorite classics, which are available in the following languages: English, Spanish, French, Italian, German, Portuguese, Russian, Turkish, Arabic, Japanese, Korean, Chinese, and Japanese Traditional.1.
“The Grapes of Wrath” by John SteinbeckThe first major American novel about the American Civil War was written by John James Audubon, Jr., in 1882.
Audubo is the author of the popular poem “The Great Gatsby,” and the first American novelist, a favorite among Americans.
His novel was first published in 1894.2.
“Wuthering Heights” by Upton SinclairIn 1921, Upton Sinclair wrote a best-selling novel that set a tone for American literature.
“There was a great war in America, a great race to get away from it, and in the midst of that war were men, women, and children who had no money, no shelter, and no rights.
That’s how I came to be writing Wuthering Hills.
I knew I had to tell a story that had something to do with the human condition and that I would have no interest in any political issues or religion.
I would never do that to people, I would not go into a business, I did not care about the power structure.
The people I loved had nothing to do, and I was the only person who could.
It’s about the humanity of the human spirit, and that’s what I write about.”3.
“Mulholland Drive” by H.G. Wells”Mulhall Drive” is a famous work of science fiction.
In the story, a young woman falls in love with an extraterrestrial race, and becomes part of a conspiracy against humanity.
The novel is based on the book “The Island of Dr. Moreau,” written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.4.
“A Wrinkle in Time” by Robert Louis Stevenson”A Wrinkling in Time,” written in 1865, is considered by many to be one of the greatest books in English literature.
It was published in 1865 by the Harper & Row publishing company, and it is the longest-running and most popular novel in English.
The story is set in the early 1800s in England, and follows a young boy, named George, who travels from England to Scotland in search of his father, who is on a voyage.
He meets a young Scottish woman named Margaret, who shares a secret with George about how to keep her husband alive.5.
“Tales of the Arabian Nights” by Miguel de Cervantes”Tales,” also known as the Arabian novels, were popular literature during the Renaissance period.
Miguel de Cartagena was a Spanish-American writer who is considered one of Spain’s greatest writers.
He wrote the most popular of these novels, “The Tragedy of Joan of Arc.”6.
“Madame Bovary” by Virginia Woolf”Madame BoVary,” written between 1859 and 1861, is the first novel in the novel series that tells the story of the trial of Anne Boleyn, the queen of England.7.
“Roots of the Werewolf” by Ursula K. Le Guin”Roots” is an award-winning novel written by Ursuline K. Lee.
It is one of her most popular novels.
It tells the tale of a hunter named Harry who, after being attacked by a wolf, goes to a tribe that is known as “The Wolf People.”8.
“American Gods” by Neil GaimanThe story of American Indians, also known simply as the American Indians or the Navajo, is often referred to as the most powerful book of American culture.
In this novel, an American man travels to the Navajo nation, where he meets the people there, and learns the truth about their people.9.
“Crazy Love” by Jane AustenJane Austen was one of America’s most prominent writers and is considered to have inspired some of Americas greatest authors, including John Steinman, Robert Louis Chambers, and Virginia Woolfe.
She wrote the first volume of “Romeo and Juliet” in 1843.10.
“Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” by Lewis CarrollIn this classic children’s book, Lewis Carroll created the iconic image of Alice in Wonderland, a place filled with magic, adventure, and mystery.
Alice is a magical and wise young girl who wanders the world alone.
She is rescued by the fair, Alice in a Mirror, and brought back to the house of her aunt, Alice, and her father, the wise old wizard Merlin.11.
“Mary Wollstonecraft” by W. Somerset MaughamThe