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After a Few Words

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After a Few Words is written by Gordon Randall Garrett. This is a science-fiction story. History is a science; the other part is, as all Americans know, the most fictional field we have today.

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Adam Bede

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Adam Bede is written by George Eliot. The book which made Mrs. Carlyle feel "in charity with the whole human race" could be no ordinary one. Adam Bede contains all George Eliot's broad and catholic knowledge of life, and the characters are all drawn by the hand of a master.

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The Acadian Exiles

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The Acadian Exiles is written by Arthur G. Doughty. By 1710 the population of Acadia had grown to about twenty-one hundred souls, distributed chiefly in the districts of Port Royal, Minas, and Chignecto.

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Alex the Great

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Alex the Great is written by H.C. Witwer. "Listen, gentle stranger," I says, when nature could stand no more, "I realize that New York is nothin' but a flag station and that we're all Reubens and chew hay, but we have, amongst other things.

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Frankenstein

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Frankenstein is written by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley. The novel begins on a ship sailing north of the Arctic Circle, where the captain spots a figure traveling across the ice on a dog sled. This is Victor Frankenstein's creature, and close behind is Dr. Frankenstein himself.

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Jane Eyre

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Jane Eyre is written by Charlotte Bronte. A poor governess, Jane Eyre, captures the heart of her enigmatic employer, Edward Rochester. Jane discovers that he has a secret that could jeopardize any hope of happiness between them.

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Three Men in a Boat

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Three Men in a Boat is written by Jerome K. Jerome. Based on a holiday boat trip made by the author and his two real-life friends George and Harris. This humorous travelogue includes local history of towns along the Thames, as well as a few serious and sentimental passages.

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Babbitt

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Babbitt is written by Sinclair Lewis. In this sardonic portrait of the up-and-coming middle class during the prosperous 1920s, Sinclair Lewis perfectly captures the sound, the feel,and the attitudes of the generation that created the cult of consumerism.With a sharp eye for detail and keen powers of observation.

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