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Four Short Stories open wikipedia on the title 
Emile Zola open wikipedia on the author (1840 - 1902) 
The centrepiece of this collection of four stories is Nanna, the ninth of the 20-volume Les Rougon-Macquart series, which was to follow a family over many generations. Nanna had been earlier introduced as the daughter of an abusive drunk, forced to live on the streets and begin a life of prostitution. Here she discovers a unique talent for destroying men... When first published, the public was outraged by Nanna as they were by many of Zola's works.
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Meno open wikipedia on the title 
Plato open wikipedia on the author (427BC - 348BC) 
Meno is written as a dialogue between Socrates and Meno. What is virtue? Is it a trait that can be taught? Is there some virtue that can be possessed by all human beings? Is it different between genders? Plato ponders.
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Oliver Twist open wikipedia on the title 
Charles Dickens open wikipedia on the author (1812 - 1870) 
Oliver Twist, the book that spawned many a modern film and musical. Born into poverty and orphaned, Oliver is sent to work in a squalid workhouse, he eventually flees this only to land himself in a world of crime and prostitution. Pickpockets, thieves, and prostitutes - this was the startling reality for the young boy, Oliver. A story that shocked society when it was first published, still horrifying today. A riveting read, Dickens at his legendary best.
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Protagoras open wikipedia on the title 
Plato open wikipedia on the author (427BC - 348BC) 
Set in dialogue form, the main players in this work are a young Socrates and an elderly sophist, Protagoras. Unusual to Plato's works, Protagoras also employs a cast of many others in the dialogue. In it, Plato once again explores the concept of virtue and whether or not it can be taught. Is virtue actually knowledge? And if so, can knowledge not be taught and thus also virtue?
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Symposium open wikipedia on the title 
Plato open wikipedia on the author (427BC - 348BC) 
Held mostly in male quarters, Symposia were an integral part of Classical Greek society. Usually reclining in couches and partaking of food, wine and entertainment, men could amongst other things, discuss, debate and celebrate in a symposium. Plato's Symposium was a forum for discourse between Socrates and his friends on varied subjects: love, truth, leadership ... A cornerstone for Western Philosophy.
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The Awakening and Selected Short Stories open wikipedia on the title 
Kate Chopin open wikipedia on the author (1851 - 1904) 
When first published in 1899 the work received a mixed critical reception; praise for its outstanding writing style and condemnation for it's frank presentation of the limits of a woman's role and its sexual openness. At the time the book only had one printing. After it's rediscovery in 1969 the book has been praised for its treatment of issues facing women and its wonderful style.
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The Black Tulip open wikipedia on the title 
Alexandre Dumas open wikipedia on the author (1802 - 1870) 
Historical fiction novel. The story begins with an actual historical tragedy - the 1672 lynching of the Dutch Grand Pensionary (roughly equivalent to a modern Prime Minister) Johan de Witt and his brother Cornelis, by a wild mob of their own countrymen - one of the most painful episodes in Dutch history, described by Dumas with a dramatic intensity.
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