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The Confessions of St. Augustine

by Saint Augustine

The Confessions of St. Augustine is the collection of St. Augustine's thirteen autobiographical books, each singly known as Confessions. In these books he details his sinful youth, his conversion to Christianity,...


The Psychology of Beauty

by Ethel D. Puffer

What do we mean we call something -- or someone -- beautiful? Which mental and cognitive processes play a role in making aesthetic judgments? Trailblazing female psychologist Ethel Puffer tackles these questions...


Poems

by Emily Dickinson, Mabel Loomis Todd & T. W. Higginson

Emily Dickinson (1830 - 1886) was an eccentric, reclusive poet, though born to a family of good standing within their Massachusetts community. She had fewer than a dozen poems published in her lifetime, though...


The Best American Humorous Short Stories

by Alexander Jessup

Although every literary tradition has its own rich vein of humor writing, there's something about American humor that sets it apart from the pack in terms of accessibility and lack of pretension. This volume...


Walking

by Henry David Thoreau

If you are ready to leave father and mother, and brother and sister, and wife and child and friends, and never see them again, - if you have paid your debts, and made your will, and settled all your affairs,...


The Woman in White

by Wilkie Collins

The Woman in White is credited with being the first of the sensation novels, and one of the finest examples of the genre. A young woman's husband defrauds her of her fortune, her identity and eventually her...


My Life and Work

by Henry Ford

One world's richest and best-known people in his day, Henry Ford was the founder of Ford Motor Company and a pioneering innovator of mass production. Ford's autobiography, My Life and Work, gives personal insight...


Little Women

by Louisa May Alcott

Louisa May Alcott wrote Little Women in two parts, each resoundingly popular and receiving critical acclaim. The novel follows the lives of the four March sisters, Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy, from childhood into...


Two Years Before the Mast: A Personal Narrative of Life at Sea

by Richard Henry Dana

After a bout with the measles that left his vision impaired, Harvard undergrad Richard Henry Dana signed up for a two-year engagement as a sailor, thinking that the fresh sea air might improve his vision. The...


A Journey to the Interior of the Earth

by Jules Verne

A Journey to the Center of the Earth, also translated as A Journey to the Interior of the Earth, follows a man, his nephew and their guide down an Icelandic volcano into the center of the earth. There they encounter...


A Midsummer Night's Dream

by William Shakespeare

Midsummer Night's Dream is Shakespeare's classic tale of two couples who can't quite pair up to everyone's satisfaction. Demetrius and Lysander love Hermia. Hermia loves Lysander but has been promised to Demetrius...


The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes collects Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's first twelve short stories about his famous London detective. It begins with the first meeting of Holmes and his sidekick Watson, who narrates...


Oliver Twist: Or the Parish Boy's Progress

by Charles Dickens

Oliver Twist is born an orphan and grows up handed from bad position to worse. Eventually he ends up in the London street gang run by Fagin, who attempts to blacken the boy's pure soul in his service. Through...


The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

by L. Frank Baum

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz chronicles the adventure of Dorothea in the land of Oz. A cyclone picks her up from her Kansas home, where she lives with her aunt and uncle, and deposits her in the fantastical land....


The Legend of Sleepy Hollow

by Washington Irving

In a secluded Dutch settlement in New York, two men vie for the hand of a wealthy farmer's daughter. Ichabod Crane, the superstitious schoolmaster is one of those men. One night, when walking home from the farmer's...


Beyond Good and Evil

by Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche

Beyong Good and Evil expands on the ideas Nietzsche first published in Thus Spake Zarathustra. Darker in its philosophy, this text questions Christianity as a basis for moral thinking. In its place, Nietzsche...


The Life of Reason: The Phases of Human Progress

by George Santayana

Philosopher George Santayana published The Life of Reason in five volumes between 1905 and 1906. Said to be the most fully-realized articulation of Santayana's moral philosophy, the volumes of this set are Reason...


Democracy and Education

by John Dewey

John Dewey's Democracy and Education: An Introduction to the Philosophy of Education seeks to both critique and further the educational philosophies espoused by both Rousseau and Plato. Dewey found that Rousseau's...


A Doll's House

by Henrik Ibsen

When A Doll's House was first published in 1879 it created a sensation. The play follows the ordinary life of a housewife. Gradually the tensions within her marriage become clear and build to a final, stunning...


The Alchemist: A Play

by Ben Jonson

Samuel Taylor Coleridge said of Ben Jonson's The Alchemist that it had one out of the three most perfect plots in literature. This play, with its sharp portrayal of human folly, is considered by many to be Jonson's...