Compiled a list of the most influential books in the world

Internet users have compiled a list of the most influential books of every country in the world. A list of 194 books ordered by the user of the website Reddit under the nickname Backforward24.

Based on own research and also help other website users he was able to gather a list of books and covers of collected literary map of the world, where I included iconic works from each country, reports “New time”.

North and Central America

Mexico: Pedro Paramo, Juan Rulfo
U.S.: to Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee
Canada: Anne of Green Gables, Lucy Montgomery

South America

Argentina: Fictions, Jorge Luis Borges
Chile: the House of the spirits, Isabel Allende
Peru: Lituma in the Andes, Mario Vargas Llosa
Brazil: don Casmurro, Joaquim Maria Machado de assis

Western Europe

Spain: don Quixote, Miguel de Cervantes
France: The Count Of Monte Cristo, Alexander Dumas
Italy: the divine Comedy, Dante Alighieri
UK: Pride and prejudice, Jane Austen
Sweden: the Girl with the dragon tattoo, Stieg Larsson

Eastern Europe

Poland: Pan Tadeusz, Adam Mickiewicz
Ukraine: Death of a stranger, Andrey Kurkov
Belarus: Chernobyl prayer, Svetlana Alexievich
Romania: the Forest of the hanged, Liviu Rebreanu


Algeria: The Stranger, Albert Camus
Congo: Antilogy, Sony Lab
South Africa: Disgrace, John Coetzee


Turkey: my name is red, Orhan Pamuk
China: the Dream of the red chamber, Cao suiting
Japan: Natsume Soseki
India: God of small things, Arundhati Roy


Australia: Cloudstreet, Tim Winton
New Zealand: Humans-skeletons, Keri Hulme