I immediately parsed the list for the Classics, but, at the risk of offending, I only saw Ulysses (Joyce or Homer--doesn't matter), War &.+, Taming.+, and Rime.+. What about T. Hardy, George Eliot (read all of hers a couple of years ago--amazing insights) or the American, Edith Wharton? To quote Steve Martin, "I'm into language...ahhhhhhhh, ummmmm." To quote my kids, "Yeah, whatev."
in reply to The sort of fiction you're most likely to find me reading:
Point is, read some fiction--great analog activity needed by all us digitial divas.