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The Bleak House open wikipedia on the title 
Charles Dickens open wikipedia on the author (1812 - 1870) 
The Bleak House is Dickens' satire of a decaying society. Its story draws together a group of disparate people through the interminable suit of Jarndyce vs Jarndyce at the Court of Chancery. Often described as a savage, though also comic, critique of Victorian society.
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The Essays of Montaigne - Complete open wikipedia on the title 
Michel Montaigne open wikipedia on the author (1533 - 1592) 
Essays was first published in 1580. In it Montaigne essentially invented the literary form of the essay, a short subjective treatment of a given topic. Montaigne's stated goal in his book is to describe man, and especially himself, with utter frankness. The modernity of thought in Montaigne's essays, coupled with their sustained popularity, made them arguably the most prominent work in French philosophy until the Enlightenment. Their influence over French education and culture is still strong.
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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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The Oedipus Trilogy open wikipedia on the title 
Sophocles open wikipedia on the author (495BC - 406BC) 
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The Portrait of a Lady Vol 1 open wikipedia on the title 
Henry James open wikipedia on the author (1843 - 1916) 
Generally regarded as the masterpiece of his early writing The Portrait of a Lady has young American Isabel inheriting a large amount of money and gaining freedom to travel the continent. Here she falls under the influence of two expatriate Americans who want her money. The work has met continuing critical acclaim and remains the most popular of James' longer works.
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The Portrait of a Lady Vol 2 open wikipedia on the title 
Henry James open wikipedia on the author (1843 - 1916) 
Generally regarded as the masterpiece of his early writing The Portrait of a Lady has young American Isabel inheriting a large amount of money and gaining freedom to travel the continent. Here she falls under the influence of two expatriate Americans who want her money. The work has met continuing critical acclaim and remains the most popular of James' longer works.
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The Republic open wikipedia on the title 
Plato open wikipedia on the author (427BC - 348BC) 
Presented in the form of Socratic dialogue, Plato's The Republic was written in 360 B.C. Widely regarded as a foundation piece of work in Western philosophy it is also influential in political theory. What is justice? What is knowledge? What is Goodness? What is Truth? These are just some of the philosophic issues that Plato writes about in The Republic.
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