Again, useless lists because it's hard to keep up with these resolutions. Life gets in the way.
I'm planning to read three behemoths throughout the entire year interspersed with smaller reads:
- Moby-Dick (Herman Melville): I hope to finally be able to tackle this.
- The Magic Mountain (Thomas Mann): I read the first 15 pages or so and couldn't continue. Hopefully I will read this THIS year.
- The World as Will and Representation (Arthur Schopenhauer): I bought it last year and think will read it sometime during fall or so, I hope.
PS: Oh, and also a re-read of The New Testament (at least two gospels + Paul's letters). I read Genesis a couple of months ago but don't feel the motivation to go through all of the Old Testament. It's too big a commitment.