Related Texts – Fiction

A Clean, Well-Lighted Place (Short story) Ernest Hemingway
A Clockwork Orange Anthony Burgess
A Thousand Splendid Suns Khaled Hoseini
Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn Mark Twain
Alice In Wonderland Lewis Carroll
Alien Nadia Wheatley
Alien Son Judah Waten
Amazing Adventures Of Kavalier And Clay, The Michael Chabon
America E. R. Frank
Angels And Insects Antonia Susan Byatt
Anne Of Green Gables L.M. Montgomery
Annie On My Mind Nancy Garden
Bambert’s Book Of Missing Stories Reinhardt Jung
Bartleby, The Scrivener: A Story Of Wall Street (Short Story) Herman Melville
Black Girl / White Girl Joyce Carol Oates
Blubber Judy Blume
Bluest Eye, The Toni Morrison
Bone People, The Keri Hulme
Bonesetter’s Daughter, The Amy Tan
Book Thief, The Markus Zusak
Boy In The Striped Pyjamas, The John Boyne
Breath Tim Winton
Brighton Rock Graham Greene
Buffalo Tree, The Adam Rapp
Capricornia Xavier Herbert
Carrie Stephen King
Catcher In The Rye, The J.D Salinger
Cathedral Raymond Carver
Cellist Of Sarajevo, The Steven Galloway
Chant Of Jimmie Blacksmith, The Thomas Keneally
Charlotte’s Web E. B. White
Color Purple, the Alice Walker
Chocolate War, The Robert Cormier
Cider House Rules, The John Irving
Circle Of Friends Maeve Binchy
Clan Of The Cave Bear Jean Auel
Color Of Water, The James McBride
Coonardoo Katherine Prichard
Count Of Monte Christo Alexandre Dumas
Creed Carol Plum-Ucci
Crime And Punishment Fyodor Dostoevsky
Cry, The Beloved Country Alan Paton
Curious Incident of The Dog In The Night-Time Mark Haddon
Daughters Of Eve Lois Duncan
Deadly, Unna? Phillip Gwynne
Destroying Avalon Kate McCaffrey
Dirt Music Tim Winton
Does My Head Look Big In This? Randa Abdel-Fattah
Dracula Bram Stoker
Drowning Of Stephan Jones Bette Greene
Everyday Use (Short Story) Alice Walker
Exodus Leon Uris
Fallen Angels Walter Dean Myers
Fools Crow James Welch
Forgotten Garden Kate Morton
Forsythe Saga, The John Galsworthy
Girl, Interrupted Susanna Kaysen
Go Ask Alice Anonymous
Goats, The Brock Cole
Gone With The Wind Margaret Mitchell
Grapes Of Wrath, The John Steinbeck
Gulliver’s Travels Jonathan Swift
Handmaid’s Tale Margaret Atwood
Harry And Luke Glyn Parry
Heart Is A Lonely Hunter, The Carson McCullers
Heart Of Darkness Joseph Conrad
Help, The Kathryn Stockett
Hobbit, The J.R.R. Tolkien
Home Crowd, The Graham Kershaw
Homecoming Cynthia Voigt
House Of Sand And Fog Andre Dudus
House On Mango Street, The Sandra Cisneros
Hunger Games, The Suzanne Collins
I Am Charlotte Simmons Tom Wolfe
I Am The Cheese Robert Cormier
In And Out Of Step Christine M Knight
Inventing Eliot Graham Gardner
Invisible Man Ralph Ellison
Island of the Blue Dolphins Scott O’Dell
Just In Case Meg Rosoff
Joy Luck Club, The Amy Tan
Jude, The Obscure Thomas Hardy
Keeper Of The Isis Light, The Monica Hughes
Kite Runner, The Khaled Hosseini
Last Muster, The Leonie Norrington
Life Of Pi, The Yann Martel
Light In August William Faulkner
Little Bee Chris Cleave
Little Women Louisa May Alcott
Lolita Vladimir Nabokov
Looking For Alibrandi Melina Marchetta
Lord Of The Flies William Golding
Lord Of The Rings: Fellowship Of The Ring J.R.R. Tolkien
March Geraldine Brooks
Mama Day Gloria Naylor
Matilda Roald Dahl
Memoirs Of A Geisha Arthur Golden
Memory Keeper’s Daughter, The Kim Edwards
Metamorphosis Franz Kafka
Mister Pip Lloyd Jones
My Brilliant Career Miles Franklin
My Sister’s Keeper Jodie Picoult
Native Son Richard Wright
Nausea Jean Paul Satre
Never Let Me Go Kazuo Ishiguro
Nine Hours North Tim Sinclair
Nineteen Eighty-Four George Orwell
Nukkin Ya Phillip Gwynne
Of Mice And Men John Steinbeck
Oliver Twist Charles Dickens
Once Were Warriors Alan Duff
Other Side Of Truth, The Beverley Naidoo
Outsider, The (or The Stranger) Albert Camus
Outsiders S.E. Hinton
Paddy Clark Ha Ha Ha Roddy Doyle
Pagan Inez Baranay
Perks Of being A Wallflower, The Stephen Chbosky
Peter Pan J. M. Barrie
Pigman, The Paul Zindel
Plague, The Albert Camus
Power Of One, The Bryce Courtenay
Project X: A Novel Jim Shepard
Puberty Blues Kathy Lette
Refugee Boy Benjamin Zephaniah
Remembering Babylon David Malouf
Road, The Cormac McCarthy
Sarah’s Keys Tatiana de Rosnay
Satanic Verses, The Salman Rushdie
Scarlet Letter, The Nathaniel Hawthorne
School Of Arts, The Bille Brown
Secret River, The Kate Grenville
Secret Life Of Bees, The Sue Monk Kidd
Shadows In The Mirror Cameron Nunn
Shiralee, The D’Arcy Francis Niland
Silas Marner George Eliot
Sisterhood Of The Travelling Pants Ann Brashares
Slaughterhouse Five Kurt Vonnegut
Snow Goose Paul Gallico
Sound Of One Hand Clapping, The Richard Flanagan
Speak Laurie Halse Anderson
Spare Room, The Kathryn Lomer
Still Alice Lisa Genova
Sula Toni Morrison
Summer Of My German Soldier Bette Greene
Surfacing Margaret Atwood
Tale Of Two Cities Charles Dickens
Ten Things I Hate About Me Randa Abdel-Fattah
Tess Of The D’Urbervilles Thomas Hardy
Things Fall Apart Chinua Achebe
Time Traveller’s Wife, The Audrey Niffenegger
To Kill A Mockingbird Harper Lee
To Sir With Love E.R. Braithwaite
Tomorrow When The War Began John Marsden
Twilight (Series) Stephenie Meyer
Twisted Laurie Halse Anderson
Ulysses James Joyce
Uncle Tom’s Cabin Harriet Beecher Stowe
Unless Carol Shields
Walk In My Shoes Alwyn Evans
Walkabout James Vance
We Need To Talk About Kevin Lionel Shriver
Whale Talk Chris Crutcher
What I Was Meg Rosoff
White Fang Jack London
Wide Sargasso Sea Jean Rhys
Winter In The Blood James Welch
Wrong Hands, The Nigel Richardson
Z for Zachariah Robert C. O’Brien

 


10 Responses to “Related Texts – Fiction”

  • sally:

    I believe that the “the satanic verse” by salman Rushdie is a very offensive peace of litreature which should be excluded from this list. As Australian, we have to respect all religions and races.
    thank you

  • Adrien:

    it might be an offensive peace of litreature to you but to other people and myself it isn’t. and you shouldn’t bring religion into the litarary world unless its the bible.

    thanks
    ps. sally stop being a troll

  • Joe:

    We have to respect all opinions and beliefs, even if we dont agree with them.
    If you find that book offensive, just don’t read it.

  • Norris:

    Learn to spell much? good luck in English guys..

  • Sam:

    And Sally, if you are going to leave a reply on a literary website, maybe you should learn how to spell before you try and leave useless comments

  • Jes:

    I agree.. the essence of religion should not be allowed anywhere near the analysis of any literary form, especially when forming critisim. That being said, no opinions should be negated.

  • dgm:

    it’s spelt piece

  • ana:

    Hiiii.. does anyone know if ‘the curious incident of the dog in the night time’ is covered in class at all. The reason im asking is that i was on another site and they were all like ‘this book which is a standard english text’… idk because i haven’t done it in class :/ ahah, so cheers to anyone who knows and replies 🙂

  • anthony:

    Does anyone know of any good short stories to use for Belonging. I read the Hemingway story (on this site list) and I didn’t think I’d be able to use it. The one by Herman Meliville (also on this site list) I didn’t think I’d use either.

  • Fergus:

    Anthony,
    Violante in high society is a good short story for belonging, its not terribly long but Proust packs a lot into it. I find that it’s main theme is about how people change themselves to fit into society instead of being themselves and accepting ridicule.

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