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The Aspern Papers open wikipedia on the title 
Henry James open wikipedia on the author (1843 - 1916) 
One of James' best-known and most acclaimed longer tales follows an un-named narrator as he goes to almost any lengths to obtain a dead poet's papers and letters from his widow. James lovingly creates a Venice where the unexpected seems an everyday occurrence and the unrelenting tension mounts until the final page.
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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 Federalist Papers open wikipedia on the title 
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The Federalist Papers are a series of 85 articles arguing for the ratification of the United States Constitution. They were published in New York City newspapers beginning in October 1787 and outline the philosophy and motivation of the proposed system of government. According to historian Richard Morris, they are an "incomparable exposition of the Constitution, a classic in political science unsurpassed in both breadth and depth by the product of any later American writer."
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The First Men in the Moon open wikipedia on the title 
H. G. Wells open wikipedia on the author (1866 - 1946) 
The discovery of Cavorite, a substance with anti-gravity properties, by an English scientist during Victorian times makes possible one of mankind's oldest dreams - travel to the moon. But a journey into the unknown brings with it all sorts of mysterious risks. Captured by aliens on the moon, the humans need to escape and thwart their abductors from conquering earth. Another brilliant H.G. Wells sci-fi story.
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The Invisible Man open wikipedia on the title 
H. G. Wells open wikipedia on the author (1866 - 1946) 
A mysterious stranger arrives in a small village in West Sussex. A large brimmed hat sits atop his head, he wears large goggles on his bandaged face, a long, thick coat envelops his body, and his hands are gloved. Beneath his attire, he has through scientific experimentation, rendered himself invisible. Whilst working on an antidote, he is empowered by his invisibility - mischief, mayhem and murder ensues. But how do you catch a person who cannot be seen?
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The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass open wikipedia on the title 
Frederick Douglass open wikipedia on the author (1818 - 1895) 
Narrative is a memoir written by the famous orator, statesman, and freed slave Frederick Douglass. Along with Uncle Tom's Cabin, it fuelled the abolitionist movement in nineteenth century United States. It is a fascinating account by a man who managed to teach himself to read by observation and eventually escape to freedom. Inspirational.
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The Physiology of Taste open wikipedia on the title 
Brillat Savarin open wikipedia on the author (1755 - 1826) 
Brillat-Savarin (1755 - 1826), a lawyer and politician, was quite possibly the most famous French epicure and gastronome of all. Here he discourses on the pleasures of the table. His reputation was revitalized by his influence over Chairman Kaga of the TV series Iron Chef which introduced to millions the mot "Tell me what you eat, and I will tell you what you are." He is often considered the father of the low-carbohydrate diet.
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