Nice idea. Here are some of the books I've enjoyed but I don't expect them to be to everyone's tastes:
Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance – Robert Pirsig
My Life – Leon Trotsky
A Short History of Nearly Everything – Bill Bryson
My American Century – Studs Terkel
Home and Away with Charlton Athletic – Colin Cameron
A Short History of Tractors in Ukranian – Marina Lewycka
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night – Mark Haddon
Stig of the Dump – Clive King
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the master and margarita by Micheal Bulgagove is lovely
"the Iranian social history" by Morteza Rawandi
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What an impressive list! Several people suggested Bulgakov: Master and Margarita from Russian Literature, definitely my favorite, too.
And a famous English novel from 1928 by D.H. Lawrence: Lady Chatterly's Lover.
great post. you can read, Language, Humanity, and the Holocaust: The Steinerian Triad,” in The Wounds of Possibility: Essays on George Steiner, edited by Ricardo Gil Soeiro (Cambridge: Harvard University Press)
After considering your list of book titles a while the following came to mind that sort of fit in:
The Lord of the Flies,
A Confederacy of Dunces,
Heart of Darkness,
The Encyclopedia of the Dead,
The Anatomy of Melancholy,
Journey to the End of the Night.