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The Sea Wolf

by Jack London

Jack London's novel The Sea Wolf became an instant bestseller on its release in 1904. Ambrose Bierce wrote "The great thing - and it is among the greatest of things - is that tremendous creation, Wolf Larsen......


Great Expectations

by Charles Dickens

Pip is content with his simple life until a bitter gentlewoman employs him as a sometime companion to herself and her adopted daughter. Pip then aspires to become a gentleman himself, though his dreams are unrealistic...


Martin Eden

by Jack London

Jack London's Martin Eden was first published in 1909 and is the story of a young writer's quest for celebrity and love. Much loved by writers who identify with Martin's belief that when he posted a manuscript,...


The Haunted Bookshop

by Christopher Morley

The Haunted Bookshop speaks of the ghosts that inhabit all places of books - "the ghosts of all great literature." Christopher Morley's suspenseful 1919 novel continues the story of the bookseller from Parnassus...


Greenmantle

by John Buchan

British writer John Buchan's Greenmantle is the second of five adventure novels to star Richard Hannay, a man with a remarkable knack for getting out of sticky situations, and indeed getting into them in the...


This Side of Paradise

by F. Scott Fitzgerald

This Side of Paradise is a novel about post-World War I youth and their morality. Amory Blaine is a young Princeton University student with an attractive face and an interest in literature. His greed and desire...


The Scarlet Letter

by Nathaniel Hawthorne

In the puritanical Boston of the 17th Century, a woman gives birth after committing adultery. That woman, Hester Prynne, choses to create a new life for herself in the face of adversity rather than succumb to...


Thus Spake Zarathustra

by Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche

Thus Spake Zarathustra is an important philosophical text by German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche. In it he begins his exploration of morality, questioning the assumption of Christianity or Judaism as a basis...


The Wind In The Willows

by Kenneth Grahame

This eBook version of Kenneth Grahame's classic has been specially formatted for today's e-readers. Wind in the Willows is one of the most celebrated works of classic literature for children, and follows Mole,...


The Small House at Allington

by Anthony Trollope

This novel, the fifth in Trollope's Chronicles of Barsetshire series, tells the tale of the Dale family, which is trying to make ends meet in the aftermath of the death of the family patriarch. A nearly impenetrable...


Robur the Conqueror

by Jules Verne

Around the world, the skies are ablaze with music and flashing lights. Atop many of the most recognizable monuments and landmarks, mysterious black and gold flags have appeared. Who -- or what -- is responsible...


Two on a Tower

by Thomas Hardy

Best known for works such as Tess of the d'Urbervilles and Far From the Madding Crowd, British novelist Thomas Hardy also focused extensively on works of fantasy and speculative history. Two on a Tower is an...


Cousin Bette

by Honore de Balzac

The crown jewel in a remarkable literary career, Cousin Bette is regarded by many critics to be Balzac's last great work before his death in 1850. A fine example of European realist fiction, the story recounts...


Catherine de' Medici

by Honore de Balzac

Balzac's La Comedie Humaine was a story cycle comprising more than 100 novels and stories. Although most of these works are set in nineteenth-century France, several hearken back to earlier periods. Catherine...


The Unbearable Bassington

by Saki

Edwardian satirist Hector Hugh Munro produced a prodigious body of fiction, plays, and other writing under the pen name Saki. The novella The Unbearable Bassington follows the travails of Comus Bassington, a...


Kitty's Class Day: And Other Proverb Stories

by Louisa May Alcott

Although it is Louisa May Alcott's beloved novel Little Women that is the source of most of her continued literary acclaim, Alcott was a prolific and versatile writer who produced works in virtually every genre...


Under the Lilacs

by Louisa May Alcott

Readers who can't get enough of the quaint and quirky sisters in Alcott's Little Women will love Under the Lilacs, too. In it, two young girls set out to have a pretend tea party, but wind up finding a runaway...


A Set of Six

by Joseph Conrad

Regarded by critics and fans alike as one of the masters of English fiction, Joseph Conrad is known for novels and works of fiction such as The Heart of Darkness, Victory, and Lord Jim. The collection A Set...


An Antarctic Mystery: The Sphinx of the Ice Fields

by Jules Verne

Fans of classic adventure fiction will delight in Jules Verne's An Antarctic Mystery. The novel follows the journey of fictional explorer Pym, who also appeared in Edgar Allen Poe's The Narrative of Arthur Gordon...


The Prince and The Pauper

by Mark Twain

Written by quintessential American humor writer Mark Twain, The Prince and the Pauper offers an extraordinarily insightful glimpse into the British system of social classes. Although the novel was intended for...