1. Jack Kerouc: On The Road
2. Arthur Miller: Death of a Salesman
3. Anthony Burgess: A Clockwork Orange
4. Jean Rhys: Wide Sargasso Sea
5. George Orwell: Animal Farm
6. Arthur Miller: The Crucible
7. EM Forster: A Room With A View
8. Albert Camus: The Outsider
9. James Joyce: Dubliners
10. Tennessee Williams: A Streetcar Named Desire
Forsterís novels and what was said about them...
A Room With A View
Position: No. 7
Category: Travel/Location and Humour/Satire
Comments: A Victorian set social comedy about the ďundeveloped heartĒ of the English middle classes and the English abroad; propriety versus spontaneity. Sharply ironic.
A Passage To India
Position: No. 18
Category: Travel/Location and Crime/Mystery
Comments: Lavishly capturing India during the Raj. Forsterís drama is as memorable and breathtaking as the country itself. Adelaís cave incident leads to Dr Azizís ugly ordeal.
Where Angels Fear To Tread
Position: No. 65
Category: Humour/Satire and Romance/Sexuality
Comments: Told with a sympathy, a lightness, a grace of touch and a radiant atmosphere of humour, Forsterís first novel shows his now characteristic mastery of dialogue and character.