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  • Agnes Grey
    Brontë, Anne
    While on assignment, Agnes endures consistent cruelty, forcing her to look inward for strength and encouragement.Agnes is a young woman who comes from an impoverished background. Eager for financial independence, she accepts a position as a governess for an upper-class family. Agnes is initially charged with the Bloomfield children, who are unruly and slightly sadistic. The old...

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  • Curious Case of Benjamin Button, The
    Fitzgerald, F. Scott
    The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (1922) is a short story by F. Scott Fitzgerald. Published at the beginning of Fitzgerald's career as a leading writer of American fiction, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button appeared in the May 27, 1922 edition of Collier's. In 2008, the story was adapted into a blockbuster film starring Brad Pitt, Cate Blanchett, and Taraji P. Henson. In th...

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  • Canterville Ghost, The
    Wilde, Oscar
    Despite multiple warnings, Horace B. Otis and his family move to Canterville Chase, a sprawling English manor with a dark history and a lingering guest. From the brilliant mind of Oscar Wilde, The Canterville Ghost is an irreverent mix of horror and humor.Canterville Chase is an English estate known for its troubled past. It was previously owned by a nobleman, Sir Simon de Cant...

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  • Cousin Bette
    Balzac, Honore de
    Cousin Bette (1846) is a novel by French author Honore de Balzac. Part of Balzac's La Comedie humaine sequence, the novel is recognized as being the author's last fully-realized work, and features several characters who appear elsewhere throughout his legendary series. It has inspired several film and television adaptations, as well as earned comparisons to Shakespeare's Othell...

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  • Prophet, The
    Gibran, Kahlil
    A worldwide best-seller since its date of original publication in 1923, The Prophet has become a token of free thought and intellectual betterment across many generations of readers. This unique and timeless classic is composed of 28 prose poetry fables, each examining a different facet of the human experience. A treasure worth holding close, The Prophet is an unforgettable boo...

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  • Utopia
    More, Thomas
    Utopia (1516) is a work of political satire by Thomas More. Published in Latin while More was serving as Privy Counsellor under King Henry VIII, the text is stylized as a true account of a new civilization discovered in the New World by traveler Raphael Hythlodaeus. While there have been varying interpretations of Utopia over the centuries, it is most consistently regarded as a...

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  • North and South
    Gaskell, Elizabeth
    When her father has a crisis of conscious, Margaret Hale’s life is turned upside down. Because her parents decide to move away from southern London, Margaret must leave behind the tranquil, rural life she’s always known to settle in an industrial town called Milton. Though she does her best to assimilate, Margaret cannot help but feel trapped and hopeless in Milton, as she witn...

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  • Fanny Hill
    Cleland, John
    Fanny Hill: or, the Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure (1749) is an erotic novel and early work of pornography by English author John Cleland. Written while Cleland was in prison, the novel was both successful and controversial, banned from publication but widely distributed in pirated and heavily edited copies. Fanny Hill: or, the Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure was the subject of ...

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  • Scenes from a Courtesan's Life
    Balzac, Honore de
    After Vautrin helps Lucien overcome a mental breakdown, the two men decide to align forces in pursuit of social status and wealth. Operating under an alias, Vautrin offers to help Lucien redeem himself and move back to Paris, with the condition that Lucien follows his orders exactly. Happy to comply, the pair return to the capital city, living in excess and racking up a debt as...

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  • Last Man, The
    Shelley, Mary
    The Last Man (1826) is a dystopian novel by Mary Shelley. Dedicated to the recently deceased Percy Bysshe Shelley and Lord Byron, The Last Man was controversial upon publication and was immediately suppressed by British authorities. Resurrected by dedicated critics and readers, the novel is now recognized as a pioneering work of science fiction and as the first work of dystopia...

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  • Bartleby, The Scrivener
    Melville, Herman
    Bartleby is a newly-hired scrivener who initially produces great work but slowly reduces his output, declining assignments and responding with: "I would prefer not to." Despite his poor performance, his boss struggles to reprimand the eccentric character.A Manhattan lawyer decides to hire a third scrivener called Bartleby to help manage his growing workload. Yet, the quiet unas...

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  • Consolation of Philosophy, The
    Boethius, Ancius
    A conversational text that addresses many philosophical concepts as well as Western religion by questioning good versus evil and the unnecessary suffering of innocent people. Anicius Boethius draws from his own experiences to illustrate these spiritual and ethical struggles.In The Consolation of Philosophy the author engages in a figurative discussion with Lady Philosophy, a ty...

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  • Essays, The
    Bacon, Francis
    The Essays (1625) is a collection of writings by Francis Bacon, one of England’s most prominent philosophers and scientists whose work was central to shaping the ideals of the Renaissance and scientific revolution. Although Bacon is remembered today as the father of modern science, this collection contains his thoughts on mostly moral and civil matters, highlighting his immense...

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  • Lord Jim
    Conrad, Joseph
    Jim is a young man who’s enamored by life at sea. He is a crewmember on the vessel, Patna, which is scheduled to transport hundreds of passengers to Mecca. When they encounter rough weather, the ship is damaged and begins to leak. Jim and his crew hastily abandon the Patna and everyone onboard. Afterwards, they discover the ship didn’t sink and the passengers survived. The crew...

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  • Notes from the Underground
    Dostoevsky, Fyodor
    Notes from the Underground is Fyodor Dostoevsky's ninth novel, and considered to be one of the first examples of the existential novel. In this radically inventive work, an alienated former minor administrator in nineteenth-century Russia has broken away from society and withdrawn into an underground identity. With its piercing insight into political, social, and moral issues, ...

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