Whatever problems you may have at least you aren t stuck in a concentration camp or a dystopian future. Top 10 most depressing books.
Sylvia plath s own suicide shortly after the publication of her semi autobiographical novel the bell jar adds a depressing note of realism to the appearance of this particular book on the list.
Most depressing book. 4 15 avg rating 2 708 828 ratings. I can t recommend that you read any of them except for one. I love depressing books reply flag message 2.
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The 100 most depressing books of all time show list info. I know it s a lesson in holding onto you loved ones just a little bit tighter. Was very surprised to see a fine balance wasn t on here.
So here are 13 of the most deeply depressing books you ll ever read. The diary of a young girl by. They ve all got pretty bleak endings they all paint a pretty grim picture of humankind but they ve all got an important story.
No longer human by osamu dazai has to be the most depressing book i have ever picked up. Thomas hardy without dispute wrote some of the most depressing stories in all literature. Well the list goes on.
52 272 and 530 people voted want to read. Reply flag message 3. There was nuclear fallout the holocaust government oppression poverty mental illness and the savage nature of humanity itself and that was just the tip of the iceberg.
But sometimes a book has been so depressing that it left me in a dark funk and no one. Nor are you the ghost of a murdered child or a woman with sixteen personalities or. Most depressing books for kids.
Earlier this year abebooks asked you to identify your most depressing reads and you came up with some desperately bleak books. All votes add books to this list. By margery williams.
Pecanic february 12 2019 these are the 5 most depressing books i ve ever read. I can t even guess. The title already exudes depressing atmosphere but the first line of the main story is the kicker.
Not all stories have happy endings and i m more than okay with that. By catherine new oct 20 2010 10 24am. But when you come to the last sentence ugly crying.
One of the book s many bleak themes is government sponsored suicide in the face of radiation. Mine has been a life of much shame. By leslie new oct 25 2010 12 50am.
Ages 3 7 love and loss 32 pages. The heroine of this particular story is a young beautiful and incredibly unfortunate girl named tess durbeyfield who through the course of the novel is the victim of so many emotional disasters that it almost beggars belief that any human being could. Most of the book isn t so bad.
Depressing literature can be ironically life affirming.