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Come read the introduction to gothic literature, get some ideas of what to read, and then sign up!
Visit The Classics Circuit here.
Sign up is now open for the Dueling Authors Tour: Austen Versus Dickens.
Come find a novel to read and sign up!
Sign up is open for the American Lost Generation tour. Come read the introductory post and sign up to welcome an American lost generation author to your blog at the end of March.
Sign up is open for the Ancient Greeks Tour, to run the end of January. Come to the blog to read the Introductory post for ideas of what to read and to get to the link for sign up.
The Classics Circuit is pleased to announce the Anthony Trollope tour. Tentative dates are December 6 through 17, and sign up is currently open. Sign up before Wednesday, November 3.
Sign up is closed.
The Classics Circuit is back from vacation! We’re doing a tour next month, and we’d love for you to join in.
The Land of the Rising Sun Meiji-era Tour focuses on literature by Japanese writers that wrote between 1868 and 1912. We have an extensive list of some of those authors on the site. Read some gothic stories by Izumi Kyōka or Natsume Soseki’s psychological novels.
Come read about the era and some of the authors that wrote in Meiji Japan. I hope you decide to sign up for the tour too.
The tour will run from October 25 until November 5.
Sign up is now open for the White Nights on the Neva: Imperial Russian Literature Classics Circuit! Whether you’ve been looking for an excuse to read a Russian classic novel by Dostoyevsky or Tolstoy or you’d like to give some short stories by Chekhov a try, we hope you’ll consider joining the tour. The introduction page lists a few authors you may want to try, and you can consider any 19th century “golden age” Russian author that you’d like.
Sign ups will be open until Friday, May 21 (Chicago time). The tour will begin June 21 and will run for three or four weeks.
Are you ready to read some Agatha Christie or Dorothy Sayers? What about Dashiell Hammet or Josephine Tey?
Sign up is now open for the upcoming Golden Age of Detective Fiction tour (mid-May through June).
Our April-May visit to Paris continues with a tour of the swashbuckling-adventure novelist Alexandre Dumas! We have an extensive introductory post about the author, with lists and links to reviews about his works. If you don’t know what Dumas has written, this will be a great resource for helping you decide what to read first. The tour will begin Monday, April 19 and will run for three or four weeks, depending on how many people sign up.
If you already know what you want to read and you know when you are available, head on over and sign up now! Sign up will be open until March 12.
The Classics Circuit is pleased to announce that your vote for Paris in the Spring authors was a tie! Since both Emile Zola and Alexandre Dumas are well worth reading and discussing, both French authors will tour the Circuit this Spring.
Sign up is now open for the Emile Zola tour. If you aren’t familiar with Zola’s works, come read about some of his best known works: we’ve collected comments about them from around the blogosphere.
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