Maybe it's just my imagination, but it seems as though lots of 20somethings enjoy...drama. In my humble opinion, jealousy and sex are two of the most compelling topics in literature, music, philosophy, film...everything. While Hamlet was my favorite Shakespearean tragedy for years, I eventually gave the title to Othello during college, probably as a result of this fixation. In today's Guardian, Howard Jacobson gives us his Top 10 of the best novels that use jealousy as their terrain, including Tolstoy, Austen, Dostoevsky, and Hardy. What do you think? Are there any novels he left off the list? Any modern novels that deal with jealousy in interesting ways?