Hey /lit/ what are the greatest novels of the 20th century?
Ulysses, In Search of Lost Time, The Trial, Finnegans Wake, The Recognitions, The Lime Twig, Women and Men, and The Tunnel are some of the more obvious choices; but, of course, there are hundreds of novels--many of them by unheard of authors like Orlovitz and Rios--that could fall under the same classification.
The Recognitions because it completely predicts postmodern theory while remaining a modernist work
The Magic Mountain rolls all the best elements of all of the 20th century's bildungsroman into one
20th century was better for poetry, desu