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Five Months at Anzac open wikipedia on the title 
Joseph Lievesley Beeston open wikipedia on the author (1859 - 1921) 

The personal account of a field ambulance commander. Itís full of humour and sympathy for both sides. The Australian love of swimming and the beach makes an appearance, even though the beach was in the line of fire of Turkish positions.

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Critique of Pure Reason open wikipedia on the title 
Immanuel Kant open wikipedia on the author (1724 - 1804) 
First published in 1781 Critique of Pure Reason is widely regarded as the most influential and widely read work of the German philosopher Immanuel Kant and one of the most influential and important in the entire history of Western philosophy. Kant saw the work as an attempt to bridge the gap between rationalism and empiricism and as a counter to the radical empiricism of David Hume.
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Faust open wikipedia on the title 
Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe open wikipedia on the author (1749 - 1832) 
In an attempt to attain absolute human happiness, the brilliant scholar Faust makes a pact with the devil, Mephistopheles. If Mephistopheles becomes Faust's servant on earth to grant him all desired happiness, in return Mephistopheles may possess Faust's soul after death. A tale of human hubris, delusion and destruction.
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Frankenstein open wikipedia on the title 
Mary Shelley open wikipedia on the author (1797 - 1851) 
The world's most famous gothic horror story, Frankenstein tells the story of Victor Frankenstein who combines his knowledge of natural science and medieval alchemy to give life to an inanimate object. But the resultant creature is far from what he had imagined. Rejected by Frankenstein and unloved, the forsaken creature ultimately metamorphosises into a monster intent on destroying his maker and all that he holds dear.
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Great Expectations open wikipedia on the title 
Charles Dickens open wikipedia on the author (1812 - 1870) 
Great Expectations is one of Dickens' later works and considered one of his best. It is notable for it's more naturalistic depiction of characters; here motivations and personal viewpoints form the heart of the narrative. The story follows the arc of a young orphan's life as he first tries to raise himself to a higher station in life and finally discovers the solution to some mysteries and comes to terms with himself.
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Leviathan open wikipedia on the title 
Thomas Hobbes open wikipedia on the author (1588 - 1679) 
Written in 1651 during the chaos of the English Civil War. Hobbes formulates the case for a powerful sovereign - or 'Leviathan' - to enforce peace and the law. The work was publicly burnt for sedition and blasphemy when it was first published. Hobbes' view that man's essential nature is competitive and selfish is as challenging today as it was when originally published, the work remains relevant to the modern world and stands as one of the most fascinating works of modern philosophy.
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Joseph Conrad open wikipedia on the author (1857 - 1924) 
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