I whined to my wife some time ago that I read far too little and as a consequence we decided to try to read a book from each and every winner of the Nobel Prize. There will be no chronolgy and which book we select from a writer will be totally arbitrary, depending on what is availible. We still haven't decided what to do with the poets, really. This is essentially a marathon of books but as I mused over the whole thing the thought of expanding it here seemed like a nice one. If the book in question is filmed I think I will go there, but a documentary or some YouTube clip will work as fine as long as it is connected to the author in question in some way.
Thank you so much for the recommendations, Sam! At least William Golding got a push nearer the top (I guess I will watch Lord Of The Flies in his case). As third author I have a notion that my wife will go for Selma Lagerlöf (I then will watch The Phantom Carriage regardless). For my own part I am gleaning towards Patrick White as the choice thereafter. We'll see.
Dylan btw has written two books, Tarantula (which is rumoured to be almost unreadable) and an autobiography titled Chronicles, Volume 1. I have read none, but Solveig (my wife) did read Chronicles when it was published. Renaldo And Clara is almost 100% certain as a watch for Dylan. At the moment he has low priority however.