You can find A-B AND C-G already blogged about...like justa couple days ago.
H - I
A Handful of DustEvelyn Waugh
The Heart Is A Lonely HunterCarson McCullers
The Heart of the MatterGraham Greene
A House for Mr. BiswasV.S. Naipaul
I, ClaudiusRobert Graves
Infinite JestDavid Foster Wallace
Invisible ManRalph Ellison
L - N
Light in AugustWilliam Faulkner (one day, I promise)
*The Lion, The Witch and the WardrobeC.S. Lewis (in some form, yes)
LolitaVladimir Nabokov (so ready to read this!)
**Lord of the FliesWilliam Golding (in high school)
The Lord of the RingsJ.R.R. Tolkien
Lucky JimKingsley Amis
The Man Who Loved ChildrenChristina Stead
Midnight's ChildrenSalman Rushdie
The MoviegoerWalker Percy
*Mrs. DallowayVirginia Woolf (half-way read)
Naked LunchWilliam Burroughs
*Native SonRichard Wright (I skimmed it in 11th grade)
Never Let Me GoKazuo Ishiguro
**1984George Orwell (blaaaah!)
I am truly pathetic--right?
I can say that I've heard about (in casual or academic conversations) several of these works and or authors. I have been focusing on the Short Story format lately (excuses, excuses).
p.s. Lists to make myself feel "dumb"...fantastical!