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The Iliad open wikipedia on the title 
Homer open wikipedia on the author (700BC - 700BC) 
The Iliad is one of the two major ancient Greek epic poems of Homer and the first and greatest achievement of Classical Greek civilization. It tells of the last years of the siege of the city of Ilion (Troy) by the Greeks under King Agamemnon. It explores the conflict between love and honour, rage and control, a long life and a glorious life; all under the watchful and meddling Gods.
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Middlemarch open wikipedia on the title 
George Eliot open wikipedia on the author (1819 - 1880) 
Widely seen as Eliot's greatest work, it is almost unanimously acclaimed as one of the great Victorian era novels. George Eliot (aka Mary Anne Evans) interweaves the diverse lives and changing fortunes in a provincial community to create a richly nuanced and moving drama. Hailed by Virginia Woolf in The Times Literary Supplement, 1919 as 'one of the few English novels written for grown-up people'.
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The Horse-Stealers & Other Stories open wikipedia on the title 
Anton Chekhov open wikipedia on the author (1860 - 1904) 
Chekhov is now the most popular playwright in the English-speaking world after Shakespeare, but many think that his short stories are his greatest achievement. Raymond Carver said: 'Chekhov's stories are as wonderful (and necessary) now as when they first appeared. ...he produced masterpieces, stories that shrive us as well as delight and move us, that lay bare our emotions in ways only true art can accomplish.' Chekhov's stories are ranked No.9 on Time magazine's list of the "10 Greatest Books of all time", January 2007.
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The Red Badge of Courage open wikipedia on the title 
Stephen Crane open wikipedia on the author (1871 - 1900) 

1895 Best Seller.

One of the most influential anti-war stories ever written The Red Badge of Courage was adapted as a film in 1951 by John Huston. Crane wanted to show what war was like and achieved a ground breaking 'psychological portrayal of fear'. The story follows an archetypical 19 year old recruit in the American Civil War.

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Brother Jacob open wikipedia on the title 
George Eliot open wikipedia on the author (1819 - 1880) 
Brother Jacob is the story of a confectioners apprentice who steals from his mother to emigrate to Jamaica and make his fortune. It is a satirical modern fable that draws telling parallels between eating and reading.
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The Odyssey open wikipedia on the title 
Homer open wikipedia on the author (700BC - 700BC) 
The Odyssey is one of the two major ancient Greek epic poems of Homer. The action takes place after Homer's Iliad and details the journey home of the Greek hero Odysseus (Ulysses). The journey takes years, in part due to the Gods' disagreements over his eventual fate, and it is only when he is finally home that his troubles really begin.
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David Copperfield open wikipedia on the title 
Charles Dickens open wikipedia on the author (1812 - 1870) 
David Copperfield is a marvellous showcase for Dickens' writing brilliance. In it, the title character David Copperfield relates the story of his life, growing up in a world that has kinder moments but which too often can be so cruel. As usual, Dickens has created a cast of interesting characters who at times add comic moments to the story and almost always present Copperfield with many a life lesson. In part autobiographical, this story has been described by Dickens himself as his "favourite son". A must read.
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