Allie over at A Literary Odyssey is hosting an event called “A Modern March” for the month of march. The aim of the event is to focus on modernist literature. I am already planning to reread As I Lay Dying by Faulkner for the 2013 “I’ve Always Meant to Read that Book” Challenge so I though I would join and perhaps read one more book by a modernist author. I am not that familiar with Modernist literature besides what I read in school- I read The Light in August by Faulkner which I did not particularly care for, The Great Gatsby which I hated, and A Farewell to Arms which was OK, and a few others. I have not had the greatest track record with modernism, tending to dislike the books I have read in the genre more often then liking them, but I want to expand my understanding of the genre all the same. I am thinking of either reading a work by Virginia Woolf or perhaps D.H. Lawrence’s Lady Chatterley’s Lover which is on my Classic Club list. I think I will play it by ear. I’m glad to have a chance to read more books during this time period, which up till now I fear I have negelcted because of disliking what I had to read for school. For those of you more experienced with modernist works, what would you recommend?