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"...of all the books I've read, Ginny Good is the only book that had me simultaneously crying my eyeballs out and laughing my head off. Several times throughout, in fact. In a word: WOW"

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A Treatise of Human Nature open wikipedia on the title 
David Hume open wikipedia on the author (1711 - 1776) 
Many scholars today consider the Treatise to be Hume's most important work and one of the most important books in the history of philosophy.
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A Vindication of the Rights of Woman open wikipedia on the title 
Mary Wollstonecraft open wikipedia on the author (1759 - 1797) 
Written in 1792 it is one of the earliest works on "the woman question". The controversial life of its author caused the earliest feminists to distance themselves from the work. Some major themes include education for girls, the debased position of women in society, the necessary equality of men and women, and the right of women to work.
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Caspak 1: The Land That Time Forgot open wikipedia on the title 
Edgar Rice Burroughs open wikipedia on the author (1875 - 1950) 
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Emma open wikipedia on the title 
Jane Austen open wikipedia on the author (1775 - 1817) 
Emma is the comic novel by Jane Austen that centres around the "handsome, clever and rich", if somewhat spoilt, Emma Woodhouse who fancies herself as a match-maker to her friends. Set in Regency England, comedy ensues as Emma throws herself into the pursuits of love and marriage for others whilst herself remaining apparently immune to the charms of the opposite sex. Witty and charming - quintessential Jane Austen.
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Essays open wikipedia on the title 
Francis Bacon open wikipedia on the author (1561 - 1626) 
A major figure of his time Sir Francis Bacon (1561 - 1626) was an English philosopher, statesman and essayist but is best known for leading the scientific revolution with his new 'observation and experimentation' method. Bacon ranked #90 on Michael H. Hart's list of the most influential figures in history. He is often credited as the author of the works attributed to Shakespeare. Here he writes on diverse topics including truth, death, love, ambition, anger, fame, and the pleasures of gardening.
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Ethics open wikipedia on the title 
Aristotle open wikipedia on the author (384BC - 322BC) 
In The ethics Aristotle examines the nature of virtue and the purpose of life. He believed virtue could be understood only through action - one had to be virtuous to know virtue. The work surveys all the areas of human concern; courage, generosity, honour, justice, friendship, wit, etc. Aristotle's ideas dominated western thinking until the renaissance. The Ethics is considered to be one of Aristotle's most accessible works.
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