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The Adventures of Caleb Williams: Things as They Are

by William Godwin

Caleb Williams is hired as personal secretary to a British Squire, Fernando Falkland. In the course of his work he comes across a terrible secret from the Squire's past, and is sworn to secrecy. Falkland believes...


The Vicomte de Bragelonne

by Alexandre Dumas

The Vicomte of Bragelonne: Ten Years Later is the final book in Dumas' d'Artagnon Romances trilogy. The book is in four parts, of which this is the first. According to French academic Jean-Yves Tadie, the real...


The Son of Tarzan

Tarzan #4

by Edgar Rice Burroughs

The Son of Tarzan is Edgar Rice Burroughs' fourth novel in the Tarzan series. First serialized between 1915 and 1916 in All-Story Weekly, it was published as a novel in 1917. Narrowly surviving his encounter...


More Pricks Than Kicks

by Samuel Beckett

Samuel Beckett, the recipient of the 1969 Nobel Prize for Literature and one of the greatest writers of our century, first published these ten short stories in 1934; they originally formed part of an unfinished...


First Love and Other Shorts

by Samuel Beckett

'First Love', a man's musings about his youth occasioned by his visit to his father's grave, was first written by Samuel Beckett in French in 1945, but it wasn't until 1973 that he completed this the English...


The Man Who Was Thursday: A Nightmare

by G. K. Chesterton

The metaphysical thriller The Man Who Was Thursday: A Nightmare, written by G. K. Chesterton in 1908, deals with a philosophical or theological anarchism; more a rejection of God than a rejection of government....


Improper Stories

by Saki

‘Saki is like a perfect martini but with absinthe stirred in . . . heady, delicious and dangerous’ Stephen Fry ‘Saki is among those few writers, inspirational when read at an early age, who definitely retain...


The Age of Innocence

by Edith Wharton

In a society where people “dreaded scandal more than disease,” passion was a force of ruin. Winner of the 1921 Pulitzer Prize, Edith Wharton’s The Age of Innocence is set amidst the pre-World War I “Golden...


The Longest Journey

by E. M. Forster

The Longest Journey (1907) follows the young Rickie Elliot's journey to maturity. Orphaned and lame as a child, Rickie was teased at boarding school and finds Cambridge to be a kind of paradise. He is not an...


King Richard III

by William Shakespeare

Richard III belongs to Shakespeare's folio of King Richard plays, and is the longest of his plays after Hamlet. It is classified variously as a tragedy and a history, showing the reign of Richard III in an unflattering...


The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

by Mark Twain

Huckleberry Finn, Tom Sawyer's best friend, escapes down the Mississippi on a raft with the runaway slave, Jim. One of the iconic American novels, it caused a stir when published because of the vernacular used...


Gulliver's Travels: Into Several Remote Nations of the World

by Jonathan Swift

Gulliver's Travels by Jonathan Swift is a witty and insightful satirical novel recounts the history of Lemuel Gulliver, "First a Surgeon, and then a Captain of several Ships". In his travels Gulliver visits...


Angaaray

by Snehal Shingavi

First published in 1932, this slim volume of short stories created a firestorm of public outrage for its bold attack on the hypocrisy of conservative Islam and British colonialism. Inspired by British modernists...


The Tenth Rasa

by Michael Heyman

Welcome to the carnival of nonsense where hankies turn into mischievous cats, a messiah is born with her feet in her mouth, you can fave hun by socking on the ree-raw and your favourite corn cakes are made of...


The Bad Boys of Bokaro Jail

by Chetan Mahajan

What happens when a business executive is thrown into a jail in small town Jharkhand? He ends up with an education of a lifetime… When Chetan Mahajan is wrongfully sent to Bokaro jail, he encounters a world...


Wieland: Or, the Transformation, an American Tale

by Charles Brockden Brown

Wieland, named by his father after a German nickname for the devil, inherits both his father's estate and religious susceptibility. His idyllic rural life is disrupted when he falls prey to the ventriloquist...


All's Well That Ends Well

by William Shakespeare

Although originally classified as one of Shakespeare's comedies, All's Well That Ends Well is now more commonly classified as one of his ambiguous problem plays, so called because they defy neat classification...


Typee: A Peep at Polynesian Life

by Herman Melville

Typee is a fictional, but heavily autobiographical book by Herman Melville. Based on his own three weeks as a captive on Nuku Hiva, Melville's protagonist spends four months trapped on the island. Melville also...


My Brilliant Career

by Miles Franklin

Miles Franklin wrote My Brilliant Career as a romance to entertain her friends. It depicts the poor, intelligent Sybylla who cannot accustom herself to her family's reduced circumstances. She is given a reprieve...


Winesburg, Ohio: A Group of Tales of Ohio Small Town Life

by Sherwood Anderson

Winesburg, Ohio is a series of loosely linked short stories set in the fictional town of Winesburg. The stories are held together by George Willard, a resident to whom the community confide their personal stories...