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His Own People

by Booth Tarkington

Many people who are traveling abroad take the opportunity to forge a new, albeit temporary, identity for themselves. In his quest to be welcomed among the upper crust in Europe, American Robert Russ Mellin creates...


Coniston

by Winston Churchill

Though he never achieved the level of political influence that his British namesake had, American author Winston Churchill also dabbled in politics in his longtime home state of New Hampshire. The novel Coniston...


The Gentleman From Indiana

by Booth Tarkington

Booth Tarkington's first novel, The Gentleman From Indiana, lays out a number of the recurring themes that would reappear in many of the author's later works, including a Midwestern setting and a highly moral...


Dixie Hart

by William N. Harben

Though she is as indelible and sharply drawn a character as Scarlett O' Hara, Dixie Hart, the protagonist of William N. Harben's novel of the same name, has never known the finer things in life. After struggling...


Father Goriot: Le Pere Goriot

by Honore de Balzac & Ellen Marriage

Father Goriot is one of French novelist Honore de Balzac's most important pieces of writing. Three lives intertwine in Paris: an old man, a criminal and a law student. The novel evokes an unstable period in...


The Absentee

by Maria Edgeworth

On the eve of his coming of age, a young Lord begins to see the truth of his parents' lives: his mother cannot buy her way into society no matter how hard he tries, and his father is being ruined by her continued...


The Old Stone House

by Constance Fenimore Woolson

The niece of James Fenimore Cooper and a good friend and correspondent of Henry James, Constance Fenimore Woolson was a well known short story writer in the later part of the 19th century. Famous for her "local...


The Night Land

by William Hope Hodgson

Described by H. P. Lovecraft as being "one of the most potent pieces of macabre imagination ever written", The Night Land is a classic horror fantasy novel by William Hope Hodgson published in 1912. Telling...


Anne of Avonlea

by Lucy Maud Montgomery

Anne of Avonlea continues the story of Anne Shirley (heroine of Anne of Green Gables). She is now the school teacher at the Avonlea school, and takes to her new responsibilities with great vigor and sometimes...


Daniel Deronda

by George Eliot

Daniel Deronda meets the beautiful, extravagant Gwendolen in Germany and witnesses her great gambling losses which contribute to her family's bankruptcy. He then intervenes when she means to pawn her necklace,...


The Insidious Dr. Fu Manchu

by Sax Rohmer

This first novel in Sax Rohmer's series, The Insidious Dr. Fu Manchu combined together previously written short stories into a single story about the dealings of this criminal mastermind. Master poisoner, chemist,...


The House on the Borderland

by William Hope Hodgson

The House on the Borderland is a supernatural horror novel by William Hope Hodgson. He went beyond the existing ghost story and gothic molds, synthesizing a new cosmic horror that made a huge impact on later...


Lost Illusions

by Honore de Balzac & Ellen Marriage

Honoré de Balzac's renowned Lost Illusions consists of two volumes, both contained in this edition. The first, from 1837, contains the stories The Two Poets and A Distinguished Provincial at Paris, Part 1....


Trilby

by George Du Maurier

Gothic horror fans and historical fiction lovers alike will fall in love with Trilby, an 1894 novel by George du Maurier. One of the most popular fictional works of its era, the novel follows a group of three...


The Adventures of Pinocchio

by Carlo Collodi & Carol Della Chiesa

The Adventures of Pinocchio is a children's story about a wooden marionette who is wished to life. As a little human boy, Pinocchio wastes not time getting into all sorts of mischief, and is famously unable...


The Moonstone

by Wilkie Collins

The Moonstone is a 19th-century novel by the master of sensation fiction, Wilkie Collins. It is considered, with The Woman in White, to be his best work, and is also commonly seen as the first English detective...


The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

by Mark Twain

The orphan Tom Sawyer, raised by his aunt, is never out of trouble for long. A mischievous, charming boy (not to mention genius at escaping from trouble), Tom's adventures involve many unwitting bystanders....


Treasure Island

by Robert Louis Stevenson

Robert Louis Stevenson was a great traveler, who spent his last years in the Pacific, far from his native Scotland. His novel Treasure Island is a seafaring adventure story filled with treasure, treachery, pirates,...


The Romany Rye

by George Henry Borrow

The Romany Rye is a fictional, yet highly autobiographical novel by George Borrow, which follows his novel Lavengro. It is a philosophical adventure story about a young man who falls in with a band of gypsies....


Kim

by Rudyard Kipling

The story unfolds against the backdrop of The Great Game, the political conflict between Russia and Britain in Central Asia. It is set after the Second Afghan War which ended in 1881. This spy and picaresque...