I’ve actually read four of these:
Democracy In America.
I’ve tried Moby Dick a dozen times and failed. However, I have read The Scarlet Letter. Does that count?
Ulysses is a non-starter for me. I just don’t do avant-garde well. OTOH, I’ve real almost all of T.S. Eliot, much of it more than once.
I’ve never managed to plow all the way through Les Miserables, and with Dickens, some I’ve read, and some not. Tale of Two Cities is one of the not. Both authors do go on sometimes. At lenght. Endlessly.
How about you?