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The Lazy Tour of Two Idle Apprentices

by Charles Dickens & Wilkie Collins

Throughout his lifetime, Charles Dickens produced several works of fiction and non-fiction in collaboration with his friend and fellow writer, Wilkie Collins. This fictionalized account of a walking tour the...


Within the Tides

by Joseph Conrad

Although Joseph Conrad was Polish by birth and did not become a fluent speaker of English until well into adulthood, he achieved unparalleled heights of literary mastery in his adopted tongue and is now widely...


The Gem Collector

by P. G. Wodehouse

First appearing in serial form in the publication Ainslee's Magazine, P.G. Wodehouse's novella The Gem Collector follows the exploits of stylish man about town Jimmy Pitt, who falls in with a fast crowd and...


A Garland for Girls

by Louisa May Alcott

Whether you're a long-time fan of Louisa May Alcott who is eager to explore more of her oeuvre or a newcomer to her work, the charming stories collected in A Garland for Girls offer a pleasing introduction to...


The Amercian Senator

by Anthony Trollope

'Fish out of water' novels offer skilled satirists an unparalleled opportunity to skewer the more ridiculous aspects of a particular society or historical period. In the hands of renowned humorist Anthony Trollope,...


The Game

by Jack London

Best known as the author of works such as White Fang and Call of the Wild, Jack London was a prolific author, journalist, and chronicler of the great outdoors. The novel The Game centers around another of London's...


The Adventures of Gil Blas of Santillane

by Alain-René Lesage & Tobias Smollett

The picaresque novel was an entertaining take on satire that came to prominence in early modern and Enlightenment-era Europe. Tales in this genre often features a dashing protagonist of humble origins who relies...


Love and Freindship [sic]: And Other Early Works

by Jane Austen

Although Jane Austen is best known for novels such as Pride and Prejudice that deal with romantic entanglements and class conflicts, she was also a skilled essayist and humor writer. In "Love and Freindship"...


The Fugitive

by John Galsworthy

John Galsworthy emerged as one of the most popular British dramatists and fiction writers of the earliest twentieth century, creating works such as the enduring popular Forsyte Saga, which consisted of a series...


The Christmas Books of Mr M. A. Titmarsh

by William Makepeace Thackeray

During their lifetimes, Charles Dickens and William Makepeace Thackeray were engaged in a friendly competition of sorts to see who could gain the most stature and popularity as writers for the masses. Following...


Lost Face: And Other Stories

by Jack London

Travel around the world with Jack London, the famed master of the action-adventure genre who penned the beloved novel Call of the Wild. This collection of rollicking and thought-provoking tales includes some...


Eight Cousins

by Louisa May Alcott

If you loved Little Women, Louisa May Alcott's moving account of the upbringing of four sisters in nineteenth-century Massachusetts, don't miss Eight Cousins, a similarly stirring novel that follows the childhood...


In the Cage

by Henry James

Long recognized as one of the most refined and insightful American writers of the nineteenth century, Henry James turns his keen powers of perception and observation to the case of a London telegraph operator...


Michael Strogoff: The Courier of the Czar

by Jules Verne

Though Michael Strogoff: The Courier of the Czar hews more closely to the genre of historical fiction than the science fiction for which Jules Verne is best known, the novel contains the same action-packed adventure...


South Sea Tales

by Jack London

Set sail for nautical adventure with Jack London, the author of the action/adventure classic Call of the Wild. These stories are set on islands, ships, and the open sea, and all offer the vivid descriptions...


The Warden

by Anthony Trollope

The first of Anthony Trollope's works to receive widespread popular and critical acclaim, The Warden follows the career of Septimus Harding, the warden of an almshouse -- an early form of subsidized housing...


The Woodlanders

by Thomas Hardy

Dive into a classic tale of romance from the mind of the writer who penned such favorites as Far from the Madding Crowd and Tess of the d'Urbervilles. This story is set in the rural village of Little Hintock...


The Queen of Hearts

by Wilkie Collins

An early innovator in the genre of mystery and detective fiction, Wilkie Collins gained an enormous readership during his lifetime. Though many readers became hooked on his work due to his meticulous plotting...


Uncle Bernac: A Memory of the Empire

by Arthur Conan Doyle

Though acclaimed as the writer of the Sherlock Holmes series of detective stories, Arthur Conan Doyle also wrote a series of mysteries set in past historical eras. Uncle Bernac: A Memory of the Empire offers...


The Phoenix and the Carpet

by E. Nesbit

If you're a fan of children's and young adult fantasy fiction, this timeless classic from author Edith Nesbit should merit a place on your must-read list. The second in a series of three thematically linked...