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Nicholas Nickleby open wikipedia on the title 
Charles Dickens open wikipedia on the author (1812 - 1870) 
An idealistic young man, the title character of Nicholas Nickleby is left to find work and to support and protect his mother and sister after his father's death leaves them penniless. After his cold-hearted Uncle Ralph turns down his pleas for help, Nicholas Nickleby is left to find his own way, opening him up to all manner of queer folk, rogues and scoundrels. Dickens shows himself not only to be a literary genius but a comic one as well.
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Phaedrus open wikipedia on the title 
Plato open wikipedia on the author (427BC - 348BC) 
Written as a dialogue between Socrates and Phaedrus, the subject within Phaedrus (370B.C.) appears to be that of love - love in its proper form as well as love erotic. Widely considered to be one of Plato's greatest works. Profoundly Plato.
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Silas Marner open wikipedia on the title 
George Eliot open wikipedia on the author (1819 - 1880) 
An extraordinary story of love and hope set in the early years of the 19th century. Silas Marner is wrongly accused and expelled from his community. He becomes a recluse who lives only to work and hoard his meagre pay. He seems trapped in this small dark life until the arrival of a young orphan sets in motion changes with unknowable consequences. The story was adapted by Steve Martin in his 1994 movie A Simple twist of Fate.
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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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Tess of the D'Urbervilles open wikipedia on the title 
Thomas Hardy open wikipedia on the author (1840 - 1928) 
The novel tells the story of Tess whose fate is changed when her ne'er-do-well father tries to improve the family fortune via a misguided association with a local well to do family. Hardy's writing produces such empathy for Tess that one is compelled to continue reading even though it is unbearable to imagine where the story will go.
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The Amateur Cracksman open wikipedia on the title 
E.W. Hornung open wikipedia on the author (1866 - 1921) 
A collection of short stories detailing the shady adventures of A. J. Raffles the "gentleman thief".
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The Ethics open wikipedia on the title 
Benedict de Spinoza open wikipedia on the author (1632 - 1677) 
Although it was published posthumously in 1677, it is his most famous work, and is considered his magnum opus. Spinoza follows a methodical presentation of axioms, definitions, and propositions to show that the ethical and content life can be attained through reason and thought.
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