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by Herman Melville
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First published in 1851, this realistic account of a whaling voyage contains within a symbolic account of the conflict between man and his fate...
by Gaston Leroux
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The Mystery of the Yellow Room is Gaston Leroux's masterpiece, and it turned out to be his most successful book during his lifetime. It is one of the classics of early-twentieth-century detective fiction.
by Charles Dickens
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David Copperfield was Dickens's favorite novel.
by H.G. Wells
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Griffin is a scientist who theorizes that if a person's refractive index is changed to exactly that of air and his body does not absorb or reflect light, then he will be invisible.
by Wendell Berry
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The rhythms of this novel are the rhythms of the land. A Place on Earth resonates with variations played on themes of change; looping transitions from war into peace, winter into spring, browning flood destruction into greening fields, absence into presence, lost into found.
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 Dan Brown
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In this riveting new thriller, Brown returns to his element and has crafted his highest-stakes novel to date.
by Niccolo Machiavelli
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The prince has long been both praised and reviled for its message of moral relativism, and political expediency.
by Nathaniel Hawthorne
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When ruthless Colonel Pyncheon acquired the land for his house by a false accusation of witchcraft...
by Philip K. Dick
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Caustically funny, eerily accurate in its depiction of junkies, scam artists, and the walking brain-dead, Dick's industrial-grade stress test of identity is as unnerving as it is enthralling.