Just started The Vicar of Wakefield. Jesus, it seems like it might be boring as hell. The narrator/title character is completely faultless and his wife and children are perfect as well. (The cause of the Vicar's life is to advocate pure monogamy -- never remarrying after a wife's death, divorce obviously being out of the question.) The writing is pretentious in that peculiar 18th-century way. Thankfully it's only like 150pp long and I'm already about 20 pages through it. It's considered a classic so I assume it gets better.
NP: a cellphone ringtone of the beginning of Tubular Bells. Badass.