AP Literature is a great class, thats super helpful for becoming a better writer, and for getting your Intro English credit for most colleges in the USA.
AP Lit, as its called by many, is a lot of work though, and will other classes, and since its typically taken Senior Year, a combination of senioritis and college stuff to do, it can be hard to finish all your reading, and retain the details by the end of the year.
Thats where this guide comes in. This is not every book classic literature possible to be read in an AP Lit class, but this list contains books approved for use on the test, and between then, covers every past theme and main idea an essay question has asked, making sure you have something to write about.
These guides include: meta data, author information, plot summary, character summary, symbols and themes, etc.
Good for: Questions about work, capitalism, the psyche, family, absurdism, human existence
Good for: Comedy, mistakes identity, family, romance, social norms, wordplay
Good for: dystopia, futurism, political commentary
Good for: Family, human nature/existence, guilt, regret, mortality
Good for: tragedy, death, revenge, patience, family, the afterlife, suicide
Good for: responsibility, monsters and what makes them, gifts and curses, life, death, playing god, mankind, gothic
Good for: non-western perspectives, tragedy, death, muslim culture, religion, family, war, women’s roles in society
Good for: family, marriage, societal expectation, coming of age, romance, gossip