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Aenid open wikipedia on the title 
Vergil open wikipedia on the author (70BC - 19BC) 
Picks up where the film Troy (loosely based on Homer's Iliad) leaves off and follows Aeneis a fleeing Trojan as he travels to Italy, makes war on the Latins, and becomes an ancestor of the Romans. Virgil was the "Latin world's Shakespeare".
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Common Sense open wikipedia on the title 
Thomas Paine open wikipedia on the author (1737 - 1809) 
The immense popularity of Common Sense contributed to fomenting the American Revolution. The work is a political pamphlet denouncing British rule written by Thomas Paine and first published in 1776. To help spread its ideas Paine donated the copyright for Common Sense and paid for the first printing himself. At the height of its popularity only the Bible outsold it.
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Crime and Punishment open wikipedia on the title 
Fyodor Dostoyevsky open wikipedia on the author (1821 - 1881) 
Raskolnikov is a desperately impoverished young student and intellectual who robs and murders a moneylender to ease his own financial problems and, he rationalises, to better the world by expelling it of her evil doings. However, after he falls ill, he is eventually burdened by his past actions and seeks salvation. Was it justifiable homicide? Captivating and often disturbing, this novel explores this and other profound life concepts. Crime and Punishment is considered to be the one of the most influential Russian novels ever written. Read it and see why.
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David Copperfield open wikipedia on the title 
Charles Dickens open wikipedia on the author (1812 - 1870) 
David Copperfield is a marvellous showcase for Dickens' writing brilliance. In it, the title character David Copperfield relates the story of his life, growing up in a world that has kinder moments but which too often can be so cruel. As usual, Dickens has created a cast of interesting characters who at times add comic moments to the story and almost always present Copperfield with many a life lesson. In part autobiographical, this story has been described by Dickens himself as his "favourite son". A must read.
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Dr.Jekyll and Mr.Hyde open wikipedia on the title 
Robert Louis Stevenson open wikipedia on the author (1850 - 1894) 
Good and evil. Everybody has both these aspects within them thinks Dr. Jekyll who sets about creating a potion that turns him increasingly into evil. Adopting the evil persona of Edward Hyde, he indulges in a double life until it finally takes its toll ... Robert Louis Stevenson horrifies through the ages. Great reading.
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Dream Psychology open wikipedia on the title 
Sigmund Freud open wikipedia on the author (1856 - 1939) 
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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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