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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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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 Adventures of Tom Sawyer open wikipedia on the title 
Mark Twain open wikipedia on the author (1835 - 1910) 
The story of a Missouri boyhood. Sometimes idyllic, sometimes rough and tumble. Schoolyard scrapes, getting lost in a cave, playing pirates on the Mississippi River - Tom Sawyer will rouse feelings of nostalgia for yesteryears. But underneath the childhood innocence lies the harsh adult realities of racism, superstitions, murder and revenge. An American Classic.
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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 Call of the Wild open wikipedia on the title 
Jack London open wikipedia on the author (1876 - 1916) 
Call of the Wild is London's most read book. The protagonist is a dog, but the themes and action are quite dark as it tells of the misadventures of 'Buck' and the breakdown of his domestication after he is kidnapped and sold as a sled dog.
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The Chinese Classics (Confucian Analects) open wikipedia on the title 
James Legge open wikipedia on the author (1815 - 1897) 
The Analects is the representative work of Confucianism. The philosophy of Confucius emphasized personal and governmental morality, correctness of social relationships, justice and sincerity. The Analects records the words and acts of the central Chinese thinker and philosopher Confucius and his disciples. Confucianism is one of the worlds major thought systems and remains very relevant for understanding East Asia.
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