But anyway - take a gander at my impressive number of latter-century classics. Pretty sure I'll never see that concentration of acclaimed literature again. Same formatting as usual applies; rereads and books I only read selections from do not count, nor do things under 100 pages long.
1. Northanger Abbey - Jane Austen. 203 pg/1818.
2. Doctor Who: Feast of the Drowned - Stephen Cole. 249/2006.
3. Sense and Sensibility - Jane Austen. 240 pg/1811.
4. Considering the Horse: Tales of Problems Solved and Lessons Learned [NF] - Mark Rashid. 212 pg/1993.
5. Lettres d’une Péruvienne (Letters from a Peruvian Woman) - Madame de Graffigny. 120 pg/1747.
6. Emma - Jane Austen. 340 pg/1816.
8. Three Tales - Gustave Flaubert. 128 pg/1877.
9. David Copperfield - Charles Dickens. 869 pg/1850.
11. For Better or for Worse: Divorce Reconsidered [NF] - E. Mavis Hetherington & John Kelly. 320 pg/2003.
12. Great Expectations - Charles Dickens. 481 pg/1861.
13. The Black City - George Sand. 192 pg/1859.
14. A Short History of Tractors in Ukrainian - Marina Lewycka. 294 pg/2005.
16. The Way We Really Are: Coming to Terms with America’s Changing Families [NF] - Stephanie Coontz. 256 pg/1998.
17. Our Mutual Friend - Charles Dickens. 787 pg/1865.
18. The Hungry Tide - Amitav Gosh. 330 pg/2005.
2. The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, PG-13, 2007, 1:48
3. Recovery, R, 2007, 1:30
5. Khuda Kay Liye (In The Name of God), PG, 2007, 2:48
6. Happy Feet, G, 2006, 1:48
Lesson learned: films assigned for class are usually stupid and/or boring. Oh wait, I knew that one already.