You can find that here.
2. When did you join The Classics Club? How many titles have you read for the club?
I joined at the end of August in 2013. I've read 8 books so far (a bit behind where I wanted to be).
3. What are you currently reading?
The President's Lady by Irving Stone
4. What did you just finish reading and what did you think of it?
The last Classic Club book I read was Through the Looking Glass by Lewis Carroll. And technically, I didn't read it, I listened to it. I loved it. Lewis Carroll has such an imagination!
5. What are you reading next? Why?
Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison. Because that was my spin book. :)
6. Best book you've read so far with the club, and why?
Hands down, that would be To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee. If you want to know why, you'd have to check out my post about it. I can't put it better than that.
7. Book you most anticipate (or anticipated) on your club list?
Gulliver's Travels by Jonathan Swift
8. Book on your club list you’ve been avoiding, if any? Why?
War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy. For obvious reasons.
9. Longest classic you’ve read? Longest classic left on your club list?
I think that would be The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas, which clocked in at 1,462 pages - but was a surprisingly fast read. Longest classic left? See previous answer. :)
10. Favorite biography about a classic author you’ve read — or, the biography on a classic author you most want to read, if any?
It's not exactly a biography, but I just finished reading A Year in the Life of William Shakespeare: 1599 by James Shapiro. Shakespeare wrote four plays that year, and it puts them in the historical context in which they were written. Absolutely fascinating!
11. Favorite edition of a classic you own, if any?
My copy of Little Women by Louisa May Alcott was passed down to me by my mother, and my copy of Gulliver's Travels belonged to my grandmother.
12. Favorite movie adaption of a classic?
The 1995 BBC version of Pride & Prejudice. You really can't do that book justice without making the movie 5+ hours long.
13. Least favorite classic? Why?
Great Expectations by Charles Dickens. I had to read it both for high school and for college, which pretty much ruined any enjoyment I could have gotten out of it.
14. Have you read a classic you disliked on first read that you tried again and respected, appreciated, or even ended up loving? (This could be with the club or before it.)
Shakespeare. Definitely not my favorite reads in high school, but I fell in love with his language in college.
15. Which classic character can’t you get out of your head?
Elizabeth Bennet from Pride & Prejudice. I think I've read that book too many times (if there is such a thing.)
16. Which classic character most reminds you of yourself?
Fanny Price from Mansfield Park. Quiet and shy.
17. Which classic character do you most wish you could be like?
Elizabeth Bennet. Ah, the wit.
18. Which classic character reminds you of your best friend?
Elinor Dashwood from Sense & Sensibility. Practical, but loving. (I'm sensing a Jane Austen theme here. Where's the question about which classics you've read most frequently?)
19. If a sudden announcement was made that 500 more pages had been discovered after the original “THE END” on a classic title you read and loved, which title would you most want to keep reading? Or, would you avoid the augmented manuscript in favor of the original? Why?
Anything by Jane Austen. I would absolutely devour it.
20. Favorite children’s classic?
How about favorite children's classic series? That would be a tie between Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis and the Anne books by L.M. Montgomery.
21. Who recommended your first classic?
My mom. She got me started on the Chronicles of Narnia by reading them to me while camping out on blankets on the floor. Fun!
22. Favorite memory with a classic?
See previous question. :)
23. Classic author you’ve read the most works by?
Ah, there it is. Jane Austen. I've read all of her books, plus the unfinished ones and stories, and pretty much anything she ever wrote.
24. Classic author who has the most works on your club list?
Mark Twain has three - Prince and the Pauper; A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court; and Tom Sawyer.
25. Classic author you own the most books by?
Not counting the complete works of Shakespeare. . . probably Anthony Trollope. I only have one of his books on my Classics Club list, but I own eleven of them.
26. Classic title(s) that didn’t make it to your club list that you wish you’d included?
Anything by P.G. Wodehouse. His books are so much fun.
27. How many rereads are on your club list? If none, why? If some, which are you most looking forward to, or did you most enjoy?
None. I'm trying to broaden my horizons and read classics I haven't read before.
28. Classic you are DEFINITELY GOING TO MAKE HAPPEN next year?
War and Peace. I have a plan.
29. Classic you are NOT GOING TO MAKE HAPPEN next year?
Dante's Divine Comedy. It's going to be awhile before I get to that one.
30. Favorite thing about being a member of the Classics Club?
Motivation to read wonderful books!
31. How long have you been reading classic literature?
Well, if children's classics count, then pretty much my whole life. I didn't realize they were "classics" back then, but isn't that kind of the point? Books that speak to you, that stick with you for a long time - these are the books we hope to discover when we read classic literature. And there are so many books out there to discover!