AND OVER THE NEXT WEEK, DAVID DYE AND BRUCE WARREN WILL BE READING PORTIONS OF EACH ON THE AIR: Time Magazine has selected the 100 best English-language novels from 1923 to the present.
Oddly missing are the Harry Potter books (given that Judy Blume and the Narnia books made the list). One graphic novel made the list, but it wasn't Maus, and overall, the list seems to lean more towards the Serious than the Entertaining. (And what of the Entertaining-Slash-Serious-At-Times, like Bonfire of the Vanities or The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay?)
You know your job, folks. Go to it.