Books on My Autumn 2021 TBR | Top Ten Tuesday

Hi, folks,

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme originally created by The Broke and the Bookish and currently hosted by Jana at That Artsy GirlThis week’s topic is

Books On My Autumn 2021 TBR

As always, I am participating in several reading events this season, but here are the 10 books I will definitely finish (or try to):

  1. Red Pottage, by Mary Cholmondeley (1899, reread, Victober)
  2. Daughters of Decadence: Women Writers of the Fin de Siècle, edited by Elaine Showalter (1993, Deal Me In + Victober)
  3. Victorian Fairy Tales: The Revolt of the Fairies and Elves, ed. Jack D. Zipes (1984, Deal Me In + Victober)
  4. Bear, by Marian Engel (1976, The 1976 Club)
  5. Mrs. Caliban, by Rachel Ingalls (1982, Novellas in November)
  6. The Sorrows of Satan, by Marie Corelli (1895, R.I.P. + Victober + Witch Week)
  7. Jamaica Inn, by Daphne Du Maurier (1936, reread, R.I.P.)
  8. The Castle of Wolfenbach: A German Story, by Eliza Parsons (1793, R.I.P.)
  9. Zofloya: Or the Moor, by Charlotte Dacre (1806, R.I.P. + Witch Week)
  10. The semi-detached couple, by Emily Eden (1860, Victober + Booktube Spin #3)

Have you read any of the books I chose for Autumn? And which are the books on your TBR this season?

Yours truly,

J.


not used Songeuse devant la cheminée, by Marcel Rieder, 1932
Songeuse devant la cheminée, by Marcel Rieder, 1932

14 thoughts on “Books on My Autumn 2021 TBR | Top Ten Tuesday

  1. Red Pottage is brilliant, a very Victorian type of Virago novel, I absolutely loved it. Looks like we have made the same choice for 1976, though I have two others too, so not sure which I’ll read. I love Daphne du Maurier of course, so hope you do too.

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