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The Tragedy of Pudd'nhead Wilson open wikipedia on the title 
Mark Twain open wikipedia on the author (1835 - 1910) 
First impressions can so often be wrong. And impressions are so often influenced by prevailing social perceptions. What happens when a series of identities in a murder case cannot be assured? How can others determine your identity when you can't even identify your own? The Tragedy of Pudd'nhead Wilson is a detective story that explores these issues in a time before the American Civil War in a Missouri town along the Mississippi River. Complex. Compelling. Classic.
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The Turn of the Screw open wikipedia on the title 
Henry James open wikipedia on the author (1843 - 1916) 
The work opens with an unnamed narrator listening to the reading of a manuscript written many years ago by a now dead young governess. The governess relates that soon after arriving to work in the house she learns that her predecessor had died under mysterious circumstances. As the tale unfolds the reader has room to doubt the reality of the evil that the governess feels is approaching.
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The Uncommercial Traveller open wikipedia on the title 
Charles Dickens open wikipedia on the author (1812 - 1870) 
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The Underground Railroad open wikipedia on the title 
William Still open wikipedia on the author (1819 - 1902) 
The Underground Railroad says of itself: "An authentic record of the wonderful hardships, hairbreadth escapes, and death struggles which mark the track from slavery to freedom in the United States." The Underground Railroad was a network of secret routes helping African Americans escape to 'free states' or Canada. Between 1810 and 1850 the Railroad may have moved as many 100,000 people to freedom.
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The Wizard of Oz open wikipedia on the title 
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The Woman in White open wikipedia on the title 
Wilkie Collins open wikipedia on the author (1824 - 1889) 
One of the first and finest "sensation novels", the story begins when the protagonist, Walter Hartright, encounters a mysterious woman dressed all in white on a moonlit road in Hampstead. She is confused and in distress, and Hartright helps her to find her way back to London. In return she gives him a warning. Soon after, Hartright learns that she might have escaped from an asylum. The story is told by a succession of character, each with different motivations and agendas.
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