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Rudy and Babette Hans Christian Andersen

Written towards the end of Andersen’s career, Rudy and Babette tells the tale of Rudy, a boy who lost both his parents and goes to live with his uncle. R...view book »

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Tom Brown at Oxford Thomas Hughes

The follow-up to the much-beloved Tom Brown’s Schooldays, Thomas Hughes’ novel follows the rowdy but good-hearted protagonist as he leaves his school-boy...view book »

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Titus Andronicus William Shakespeare

An embittered Roman General returns from war, having captured the Queen of the Goths and her three sons. Sacrificing the eldest, in memory of his own son...view book »

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The Dutch Lover Aphra Behn

Sil. Why–I would have thee do–I know not what– Still to be with me–yet that will not satisfie; To let me–look upon thee–still that’s not enough. I dare n...view book »

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Casanova Part 7: Venice Giacomo Casanova

Followed by authorities of the Inquisition, Casanova fled from place to place and landed in Venice. Feeling comfortable in his birth place, he started wo...view book »

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Skull-Face Robert E. Howard

Boxer Steve Costigan drearily waking in Yu Shantu’s Temple of Dreams, a hashish den in the city of London, England. He has been re-occurring dreams of so...view book »

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    Hans Christian Andersen

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Under Western Eyes

Joseph Conrad

Bomb-throwing assassins, political repression and revolt, emigre revolutionaries infiltrated by a government spy: much of Under Western Eyes is more topical than we would wish. Set in Czarist Russia and in Geneva, and told through the Western eyes of Conrad's English narrator, we are given a somber but not entirely pessimistic view of the human dilemmas which are born of oppression and violence. It is by common critical consent, one of Conrad'…Read More »

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