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Little Dorrit

by Charles Dickens

Upon its publication in 1857, Little Dorrit immediately outsold any of Dickens’s previous books. The story of William Dorrit, imprisoned for debt in Marshalsea Prison, and his daughter and helpmate, Amy, or...


The Necklace and Other Tales

by Guy de Maupassant & Joachim Neugroschel

Ranging from poignant scrutiny of social pretension, to wicked tales of lust and love, to harrowing stories of terror and madness, the genius of Guy de Maupassant, France’s greatest short-story writer, is...


In Search of Lost Time, Volume VI: Time Regained (A Modern Library E-Book)

by Marcel Proust

'Proust is perhaps the last great historian of the loves, the society, the intelligence, the diplomacy, the literature and the art of the Heartbreak House of capitalist culture.' ------------EDMUND WILSON

The...


The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

by Mark Twain

The most famous novel written by Mark Twain, 'The Adventures of Tom Sawyer' is a faithful portrait of the society and the traditions in the south of the United States, with a big view reserved to customs, superstitions...


The Napoleonic Trilogy

by Arthur Conan Doyle

Now Available in One Volume! Three great Napoleonic Era Novels by one of the Greatest Story-tellers of all time. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Uncle Bernac: A mysterious message summons a man back to his ancestral...


Micah Clarke: A Tale of the Monmouth Rebellion

by Arthur Conan Doyle

MICAH CLARKE: His statement as made to his three grandchildren Joseph, Gervas, and Ruben during the hard winter of 1734. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes stories are classics of western literature. But...


Around the Red Lamp

by Arthur Conan Doyle

Tales of Victorian Medicine as told by one of the great story tellers of all time: Arthur Conan Doyle... M.D. Everyone knows Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. His Sherlock Holmes mysteries have become classics in western...


The Refugees

by Arthur Conan Doyle

A brilliant adventure tale of life in the Court of Louis XIV and of Canada under French rule... and Huguenot persecution The Refugees is set in both 17th Century France and in the wilds of North America. When...


The awakening

by Kate Chopin

Louisiana, end of 1800: Creole families, French settlers descendants, are melted with the rest of the Anglo-Saxon society in the United States. In that world that she feels tight, the twenty-eight Edna Pontellier...


The mysterious stranger

by Mark Twain

No. 44 The Misteryous Stranger was published posthumously, in 1916. The stranger in Twain's novel is none other than Satan himself. A Satan, in fact, very different from how you might expect . It is chaos emissary,...


The Amazing Interlude

by Mary Roberts Rinehart

If duty called, would you leave the confines of your cushy life to dedicate yourself to the service of the greater good? That's what Sara Lee, the altruistic heroine of Mary Roberts Rinehart's The Amazing Interlude...


Lilian

by Arnold Bennett

In this gripping novel from British author Arnold Bennett, a pretty young typist yearns for adventure and excitement. When her odious employer attempts to seduce her with flattery and promises of a luxurious...


Miss Marjoribanks

by Margaret Oliphant

Love Jane Austen's Emma? If so, you'll relish every page of Margaret Oliphant's Miss Marjoribanks. Part of the author's Carlingford Chronicles, this delightful novel follows the indomitable Lucilla Marjoribanks,...


The Talleyrand Maxim

by J. S. Fletcher

You believe you're destined for great things, but with the sorry hand you've been dealt in life, you have no way to make your big dreams come true. That's the situation facing one of the characters in J. S....


In the Days of  Drake

by J. S. Fletcher

Though he is today best remembered for the mysteries he began writing later in his literary career, English author J. S. Fletcher got his start in fiction as a writer of historical tales. In the Days of Drake...


The Old Adam: A Story of Adventure

by Arnold Bennett

A sequel of sorts to Bennett's short comic novel The Card, The Old Adam reprises the beloved character Denry the Audacious. In this volume, Denry's audaciousness has been tempered somewhat by middle age. In...


The Loom of Youth

by Alec Waugh

Hailing from a renowned literary family, the writer Alec Waugh caused a scandal with the publication of his autobiographical novel/memoir, The Loom of Youth. The book treats the subject of homosexual relationships...


The Lonely Unicorn: A Novel

by Alec Waugh

Though he never achieved the fame of his younger brother Evelyn Waugh, Alec Waugh was a prolific writer who found his niche in crafting often-autobiographical, sometimes-scandalous stories about boys attending...


The Making of a Prig

by Evelyn Sharp

Evelyn Sharp was a suffrage activist who left home as a young woman against her family's wishes, supporting herself as a journalist and writer of novels, many of which were geared to younger audiences. The author's...


The Watchers: A Novel

by A. E. W. Mason

A rowdy soiree hosted by Lieutenant Clutterbuck is beginning to wind down when a young boy appears and captivates the revelers with a tale about a father-and-son duo with whom the lieutenant is acquainted. It...