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The Red Badge of Courage open wikipedia on the title 
Stephen Crane open wikipedia on the author (1871 - 1900) 

1895 Best Seller.

One of the most influential anti-war stories ever written The Red Badge of Courage was adapted as a film in 1951 by John Huston. Crane wanted to show what war was like and achieved a ground breaking 'psychological portrayal of fear'. The story follows an archetypical 19 year old recruit in the American Civil War.

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Hamlet, Prince of Denmark open wikipedia on the title 
William Shakespeare open wikipedia on the author (1564 - 1616) 

Shakespeare's best known play and the most quoted work of the English language.

Hamlet's father is dead and he struggles with the desire for revenge. The play uses this backdrop to explore intrigue, incest, desire, and what is important in life.

Regularly included in lists of the greatest works of all time.

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Beyond Good and Evil open wikipedia on the title 
Friedrich Nietzsche open wikipedia on the author (1844 - 1900) 
Nietzsche soars in philosophic thought in Beyond Good and Evil. He transcended most of his 19th century contemporaries and considered the bulk of their philosophic thinking to be greatly limited by their acceptance of Christian premises. Denying a universal morality for all people, Nietzsche instead proposed that the individual's "will to power" upon the world was the means to move beyond good and evil. Agree? Disagree? Agree to disagree? Brilliantly thought provoking.
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BLACK & WHITE open wikipedia on the title 
Lewis Shiner open wikipedia on the author ( - ) http://www.lewisshiner.com

The first Fiction Liberation Front Creative Commons licensed novel.

"Lewis Shiner's latest, Black & White, is killer. Strong characters, suspenseful situations, and tremendous insight. A novel that doesn't flinch from social issues, and is so gracefully written it makes you want to weep. Should not be missed. Lewis Shiner is the real deal, and this is his finest work."

--Joe R. Lansdale

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The Man Who Would be King open wikipedia on the title 
Rudyard Kipling open wikipedia on the author (1865 - 1936) 

Two British ex-soldiers find adventure in Kafiristan which is now part of Afghanistan

The story was inspired by real life characters who became the Rajah of Sarawak in Boreno and the Prince of Ghor.

In 1975 the story was made into a John Huston film starring Sean Connery and Michael Caine.

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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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Fairy Tales open wikipedia on the title 
Brothers Grimm open wikipedia on the author (1786 - 1863) 
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