Polish, English, Russian. One or two Americans too. Somehow, I don't like French.
Originally Posted by Spartacuss
Twain for the smiles
Tolstoy for the hospital Dickens for the win.
I like your layout
Sienkiewicz "Trylogia" to cheer up on a bitter day
Boleslaw Prus "Lalka" ("The Doll") at all times.
Dickens - "Nicholas Nickleby" for homemade cake and lemon tea, "Little Dorrit" for the soul.
Jane Austen for time in bed with a bad cold.
Galsworthy to get away from reality.
Chechov for a rainy afternoon. (I'm off Dostoyevski)
Faulkner for a challenge.