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The Mayor of Casterbridge open wikipedia on the title 
Thomas Hardy open wikipedia on the author (1840 - 1928) 
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Little Dorrit open wikipedia on the title 
Charles Dickens open wikipedia on the author (1812 - 1870) 
The writings of Charles Dickens were often critical of society and government. This satire, Little Dorrit was also an outlet for Dickens' opinion of prison, particularly debtor's prisons. There people (including Dickens' own) who failed to pay their debts were imprisoned, paradoxically unable to work, until the debt was repaid. The story of Little Dorrit (whose father is imprisoned for debt) tells of the courtship between herself and Arthur Clennam and demonstrates the grim effects of imprisonment on those within as well as those beyond but whose lives are inextricably intertwined.
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No Name open wikipedia on the title 
Wilkie Collins open wikipedia on the author (1824 - 1889) 
When published in 1862 it was condemned by critics as immoral, today it is regarded as a novel of outstanding social insight. It is the story of two sisters, Magdalen and Norah, who discover that their parents were not married at the time of their birth and that they are, therefore, illegitimate. They are disinherited and expelled from their family estate. They either adapt to their new station in life, or attempt to recover their wealth by any means...
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Pygmalion open wikipedia on the title 
George Bernard Shaw open wikipedia on the author (1856 - 1950) 
Shaw uses a re-telling of Ovid's classical tale of the sculptor who falls in love with his statue of the perfect woman to promote his feminist views and satirize the British class system. In the play Professor Higgins plans to present the cockney flower girl Eliza Doolittle as a duchess. Pygmalion both delighted and scandalised Edwardian audiences in 1914. The actress who played the role of Eliza was considered to have risked her career by speaking the line "Not bloody likely!". Later used as the basis for the film MyFair Lady starring Audrey Hepburn.
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Rob Roy open wikipedia on the title 
Sir Walter Scott open wikipedia on the author (1771 - 1832) 
The 1817 novel tells the story of Frank Osbaldistone sent to the Scottish Highlands to recover a debt owed to his father. While there he encounters Rob Roy MacGregor, the Scottish Robin Hood. Whilst based around an historical figure the story itself is pure fiction. The book was hugely successful when published and has spawned a number of film adaptations.
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Herman Hesse open wikipedia on the author (1877 - 1962) 
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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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