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Family Happiness and Other Stories

by Leo Tolstoy

Rich in detail, shrewdly observed, and vividly narrated, these 6 tales include "Three Deaths," "The Three Hermits," "The Devil," "Father Sergius," "Master and Man," and the title story.


Howards End

by E. M. Forster

The disregard of a dying woman's bequest, a girl's attempt to help an impoverished clerk, and the marriage of an idealist and a materialist — all intersect at an estate called Howards End.


Classic Mystery Stories

by Douglas G. Greene

Thirteen classics devoted to genuine tale of ratiocination. Edgar Allan Poe's "The Murders in the Rue Morgue," Charles Dickens' "Three Detective Anecdotes," Jack London's "The Leopard Man Story," 10 others....


Classic Ghost Stories by Wilkie Collins, M. R. James, Charles Dickens and Others

by John Grafton

Eleven thrilling tales, featuring works by the finest masters of the genre: Mary E. Wilkins, Robert Louis Stevenson, Wilkie Collins, Charles Dickens, Henry James, J. S. LeFanu, Ralph Cram, Mrs. Henry Wood, and...


Looking Backward

by Edward Bellamy

Stimulating, thought-provoking utopian fantasy about a young man who's put into a hypnotic trance in the late 19th century and awakens in the year 2000 to find crime, war, and want nonexistent.


Great Russian Short Stories

by Paul Negri

Twelve powerful works of fiction, including Pushkin's "The Overcoat," "Twenty-Six Men and a Girl" by Gorky, and "How Much Land Does a Man Need?" by Tolstoy, plus works by Gogol, Turgenev, more.


The Castle of Otranto

by Horace Walpole

In a realm where a villain reigns, mysterious events aid in fulfilling a prophesy that spells doom for the ruler and justice for the rightful heir. One of the first, great Gothic novels.


Demian

by Hermann Hesse

A brilliant psychological portrait of a troubled young man's quest for self-awareness, this coming-of-age novel reflects the author's preoccupation with the duality of human nature and the pursuit of spiritual...


The Tale of Genji

by Lady Murasaki & Arthur Waley

One of the world's oldest novels and the greatest single work of Japanese literature, this 11th-century romance offers a vast tapestry of court life, rich in poetry and subtle social, psychological observations....


Tales of Terror and Detection

by Edgar Allan Poe

"The Mystery of Marie Roget" and "The Purloined Letter" introduce C. Auguste Dupin, the first fictional detective. Also included: "William Wilson," "MS. Found in a Bottle" and "The Oblong Box."


Journey to the Center of the Earth

by Jules Verne

A geology professor mounts an expedition into a subterranean world — a living past that holds the secrets to the origins of human existence. Jules Verne's 19th-century action classic proves the journey is...


The First Men in the Moon

by H. G. Wells

In this 1901 classic, Wells's "first men in the moon" practice lunar locomotion, get lost in a moon jungle, and confront intelligent life in lunar caverns. A delightful tale that still stirs the imagination....


Daisy Miller

by Henry James

Famous novella, rich in psychological and social insight, chronicles a young American girl's willful yet innocent flirtation with a young Italian, and its unfortunate consequences.


Civil War Stories

by Ambrose Bierce

Sixteen dark and vivid tales by great satirist: "A Horseman in the Sky," "An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge," "Chicakamauga," "A Son of the Gods," "What I Saw of Shiloh," more. Note.


The Jungle

by Upton Sinclair

1906 bestseller shockingly reveals intolerable labor practices and working conditions in the Chicago stockyards as it tells the grim story of a Slavic family that emigrates to America full of optimism but soon...


Pudd'nhead Wilson

by Mark Twain

Reversed identities, an eccentric detective, a horrible crime, and a tense courtroom scene are major ingredients in Twain's witty, yet fierce condemnation of a racially prejudiced society that condoned the institution...


Great Ghost Stories

by John Grafton

Ten classics by masters of the macabre: Bram Stoker's "The Judge's House," "The Moonlit Road" by Ambrose Bierce, M. R. James's "The Rose Garden," Charles Dickens, and 7 others.


White Fang

by Jack London

A classic adventure novel centering on a ferocious and magnificent creature, half dog, half wolf, through whose experiences we feel the essential savagery of wilderness life among animals and men.


Through the Looking-Glass

by Lewis Carroll

In a fantastic land where everything is reversed, Carroll's inquisitive heroine finds herself a pawn in a bizarre chess game involving Humpty Dumpty, Tweedledum and Tweedledee, and other amusing nursery-rhyme...


Silas Marner

by George Eliot

Classic of English literature recounts the engrossing story of a lonely and embittered old man and the orphaned child who helps him find love and hope.