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by Richard Ford
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Richard Ford won the Pulitzer Prize and the PEN/Faulkner Award for his modern classic Independence Day. In this first volume of his Frank Bascombe trilogy, Bascombe is a sportswriter attempting to cope with his failed marriage and the death of his son.
by Edgar Allan Poe
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This collection includes The Oval Portrait by Edgar Allan Poe; Ethan Brand by Nathaniel Hawthorne; The Yellow Sign by Robert W. Chambers; The Upper Berth by F. Marion Crawford; and An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge by Ambrose Bierce.
by Charles Dickens
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Oliver Twist is an orphan, born into the world of workhouses and poverty.
by J.M. Barrie
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Since Peter Pan first appeared as a play in 1904, the boy hero has achieved mythological status in the English-speaking world.
by Nathaniel Hawthorne
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When ruthless Colonel Pyncheon acquired the land for his house by a false accusation of witchcraft...
by Tobias Wolff
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Tobias Wolff’s first two books proved how the short story can “provoke our amazed appreciation” (New York Times Book Review).
by Robert Murray
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Terribly injured in World War I, Jake Barnes finds solace in the shell-shocked immorality of...
by Russell Vandenbroucke
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In 1943, something strange is going on in the New Mexican desert. By night, the starkly beautiful canyons of Los Alamos fill with the sound of exploding graphite - and by day, the crackle of scientific brainpower.
by Kenneth C. Davis
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It has been 15 years since Kenneth C. Davis first dazzled audiences with his instant classic Don't Know Much About History, vividly bringing the past to life and proving that Americans don't hate history…
by Wendell Berry
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"Ignorant boys, killing each other,” is just about all Nathan Coulter would tell his wife about the Battle of Okinawa in November 1945. Life continued as some boys returned from the war while the lives of others were mourned.