This list has been compiled to cover some of the questions I have, about womanhood, vulnerability, love, tenderness, sexuality, being female and fusing that with how society imposes its views on what being female and expressing womanhood means. I guess, reading Lady Chatterley's lover also shows that so many things have not changed, and perhaps, it is all in this journey, and discovery of the self, that we realise so much has not changed, rather history exists to confirm the validity and significance of new experiences.
A part of that also includes a random addition, Gödel, Escher, and Bach, to learn something about the power of human processing that transcends explanation, no matter how much we seek to find them - and that is the ultimate humility-enforcing reality - that we always know that the more we know, the more we don't know, and merging the quest to know more, with what is unknowable remains a mentally herculean objective.
Many of the books in this list were recommended by friends, so here goes!
So these are the books, hope to read them by March and then upload some more.
If you have read any of them, let me know your thoughts....