your girl is doing the CLASSICATHON READING CHALLENGE 2020!

Hi friends!

I wanted to quickly do a post, albeit a tad bit later than I would have liked, to announce my TBR for the 2020 Classicathon Reading Challenge. Now, if you donโ€™t know, Lucythereader announced this year long classics readathon last year and I KNEW I wanted to challenge myself and complete it.

I have been steadily getting more into classics the last year and have been surprisingly, enjoying them. So when I saw Lucyโ€™s readathon, I just had to particpate.

Essentially, this readathon is a challenge. A challenge to read as many classics in a year as you can. You can set your own goals, or try take part in the baseline challenge to read 12 classics in 2020.

I would love to read at least one classic book per month, but I think I am going to first go for at least 10 classics books…for now!

This challenge will only focus on the classics that I physically have on my bookshelf. SO HERE WE GO BITCHES:

  • Norwegian Wood by Haurok Marukami )my bro picked this out for my monthly โ€˜my brother chose my bookโ€™)
  • If on a Winterโ€™s Night A Traveler by Italo Calvino
  • Mrs Dalloway by Virginia Woolf
  • To The Lighthouse by Virginia Woolf
  • Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen
  • Agnes Grey by Anne Bronte
  • Catโ€™s Cradle by Curt Vonnegut
  • Lady Susan by Jane Austen
  • The Professor by Charlotte Bronte
  • The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde

Okay, that is is my TBR for Classicathon 2020…hopefully! I really wanted to write this post to hold myself accountable and see whether I am able to read all of these books specifically this year!

Let me know if you are also taking part in this reading challenge/readathon and which books you will be reading!

Until next time, happy reading!

All the love,



12 thoughts on “your girl is doing the CLASSICATHON READING CHALLENGE 2020!

  1. Oh wow, I didn’t know Norwegian Wood counted as a classic. I had to read it for my Postmodernism class and since we’re still in the postmodernist era, I just wouldn’t think that would qualify.
    But I guess sometimes if a book becomes influential enough in its genre people sometimes refer to it as a classic.
    If I can give my two cents, Norwegian Wood isn’t worth the time. I just didn’t think there was anything too special about it. Like a less good Catcher in the Rye.

    I’m reading Lady Susan right now. Austen always writes really great characters, but I think Lady Susan is one of my favorites. She’s just kind of this huge flirt and owns it, even in such a repressive time period. I’m not super keen on the letter format, but I guess that’s what was popular back then.

    I hope you enjoy your books! ๐Ÿ™‚

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    1. yes exactly! the secret history by donna tartt is considered a classic and that was published in the 90s i think. My copy of Norwegian Wood is published by penguin vintage so i just put it on the list. i’ve had it for a while so i thought i would read it and see how i feel! ive heard both good and bad things about it.

      I am quite excited to read Lady Susan!!! i agree, Austen writes fantastic stories with incredibly unique characters. thank you! xx


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