For many, going through a long book is a tough task. So, here is a list of 12 Short Classics which are Less than 250 Pages.
The first pick for our list is George Orwell’s classic novel ‘Animal Farm’. This 141 page book was published in 1945.
A Christmas Carol was written by Dickens wrote in response to “British social stations” towards poverty, specifically child poverty.
The story was written by British author Roald Dahl. It was first published in U.S on 17 January 1964.
Next on our list is F. Scott Fitzgerald’s 180 page classic book ‘The Great Gatsby’. It is considered one of the greatest classics of 20th century Literature.
Night is a nonfiction biographical novel by Elie Wiesel. ‘Night’ showcases the horrors of Holocaust and Elie’s personal experiences in several concentration camps.
Sula is a 1973 classic novel written by Toni Morrison. The novel talks about two black women Sula and Nel.
Mrs Dalloway is arguably Virginia Woolf’s greatest novel. The 1925 novel showcases a day in a woman’s life.
Matilda is a young adult genre book by Roald Dahl. The 240 page book is illustrated by Quentin Blake. The book was published in 1988.
This novel is written by the German-Swiss poet, painter and novelist ‘Hermann Hesse’. This 1922 classic novel is about Siddhartha who leaves his house in order to gain spiritual enlightenment.
‘The Tale of Peter Rabbit’ is a 1901 book written and illustrated by Beatrix Potter. The 72 page book is a classic children’s fantasy book.
It’s a novel by the French author Albert Camus. This 159 page novel was published in 1942. The novel is considered a French Literature Classic.
This 1954 novel is written by William Golding. The story is about a group of English Boys who are on an uncharted island after a plane crash.