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St. Elmo open wikipedia on the title 
Augusta Evans open wikipedia on the author (1835 - 1909) 

1867 Best Seller.

A young girl wins the heart of a dissipated man.

Thirty years later reviewers looked back on the book as though it was from an earlier culture altogether.

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The Harvester open wikipedia on the title 
Gene Stratton-Porter open wikipedia on the author (1863 - 1924) 

Publishers Weekly #1 Best Seller for 1912.

A young man leads a solitary life growing and harvesting medicinal herbs. He dreams of meeting his true love, subsequently sees her in a vision, and finally sets out to find her...

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The Rosary open wikipedia on the title 
Florence L. Barclay open wikipedia on the author (1862 - 1921) 

Publishers Weekly #1 Best Seller for 1910.

"A delightful love story of English Life -- a love story conducted along lines that are refreshingly novel. The story is told with a charm of style that will captivate the reader." -- Publishers Weekly 1909

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To Have and To Hold open wikipedia on the title 
Mary Johnston open wikipedia on the author (1870 - 1936) 

Publishers Weekly #1 Best Seller for 1900.

English soldier turned Virginia explorer unknowingly becomes entangled in royal intrigue when he makes a quick marriage. The author drives the plot through a series of adventures, each revealing more of the essential nature of the characters.

One Americas most popular historical novels and very hard to put down.

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Little Men open wikipedia on the title 
Louisa May Alcott open wikipedia on the author (1832 - 1888) 

1871 Best Seller.

The second of the 'Little Women' / 'March Family Saga' trilogy, follows the progress of Jo Bhaer and her students of Plumfield Estate school.

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The Leavenworth Case open wikipedia on the title 
Anna Katherine Green open wikipedia on the author (1846 - 1935) 

1878 Best Seller.

Green's first and best-known novel is a nicely complicated murder mystery with a classic drawing room resolution. It was apparently used by Yale Law School to demonstrate the weakness of circumstantial evidence.

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The Scarlet Letter open wikipedia on the title 
Nathaniel Hawthorne open wikipedia on the author (1804 - 1864) 
Set in 17th century Boston, a puritan community, Hester Prynne gives birth to a daughter, Pearl, after committing adultery. Refusing to name her lover, she is forced to wear the scarlet letter "A" as punishment for her secrecy and adulterous crime. Shamed by the community, Hester attempts to create a new life. Hester Prynne is the first true heroine of American fiction. The Scarlet Letter is Nathaniel Hawthorne's masterpiece.
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