Which classic author have you read more than one, but not all, of their books and which of their other books would you want to read in the future?
For me, it’s Alexandr Solzhenitsyn, without a doubt. His Gulag Archipelago has been the hit of my entire classics club experience. He speaks with profound moral authority, and his epic threw light not only on the baked-in evils of the Soviet system, but on the moral minefield that is being human. I first heard of Solzhenitsyn via Joseph Pearce, I believe, and I’ve been planning on doing a Solzhenitsyn series that would include some of his smaller works along with his biography, written by Pearce. On the radar would be Invisible Allies, A Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich, and Solzhenitsyn: A Soul in Exile.