23 May

The next ten "great books" lists/ canons/ reading plans transcribed so far at this site with their handy tags between asterisks:

Mortimer Adler and Charles Van Doren - How to Read a Book - 1972 *Read*

Charles Van Doren - The Joy of Reading - 1985 *Doren*

Frank N Magill - Masterpieces of World Literature - 1989 *Magill*

Clifton Fadiman and John S Major - The New Lifetime Reading Plan - 1997 *Fadiman*

The Great Books Foundation - The Great Books: A Reading List - 1998 *Foundation*

Martin Seymour-Smith - The 100 Most Influential Books Ever Written: The History of Thought From Ancient Times to Today - 1998 *Seymour*

Utne Reader - The Loose Canon: 150 Great Works to Set Your Imagination on Fire - 1998 *Utne*

W John Campbell - The Book of Great Books: A Guide to 100 World Classics - 2000 *Campbell*

John Mark Reynolds - The Great Books Reader: Excerpts and Essays on the Most Influential Books of Western Civilization - 2011 *Reynolds*

Sandra Newman - The Western Lit Survival Kit: An Irreverent Guide to the Classics, From Homer to Faulkner - 2012 *Newman*

The first nine (the top books from these lists can be found at the 8 May post):
Arthur Waldhorn, Olga S Weber, and Arthuer Zeiger, eds. - Good Reading: A Guide for Serious Readers, 23rd ed. - 1990 *Good*

The Learning Channel - Great Books - 1993-2002 *Learning*

Robert Kanigel - Vintage Reading: From Plato to Bradbury, A Personal Tour of Some of the World's Best Books - 1998 *Kanigel*

The Norwegian Book Club - World Library - 2002 *Norway*

The Top Ten: Writers Pick Their Favorite Picks - J Peder Zane - 2007 *Zane*

The Guardian - Books You Can't Live Without: The Top 100 - 2007 *Guardian*

The Globe and Mail - 50 Greatest Books of All Time - 2008 *GlobeMail*

The Daily Telegraph/ The Sunday Telegraph - 110 Best Books: The Perfect Library - 2008 *Telegraph*

The Harvard Book Store - Top 100 Books - 2010 *Harvard*