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Protagoras open wikipedia on the title 
Plato open wikipedia on the author (427BC - 348BC) 
Set in dialogue form, the main players in this work are a young Socrates and an elderly sophist, Protagoras. Unusual to Plato's works, Protagoras also employs a cast of many others in the dialogue. In it, Plato once again explores the concept of virtue and whether or not it can be taught. Is virtue actually knowledge? And if so, can knowledge not be taught and thus also virtue?
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Silas Marner open wikipedia on the title 
George Eliot open wikipedia on the author (1819 - 1880) 
An extraordinary story of love and hope set in the early years of the 19th century. Silas Marner is wrongly accused and expelled from his community. He becomes a recluse who lives only to work and hoard his meagre pay. He seems trapped in this small dark life until the arrival of a young orphan sets in motion changes with unknowable consequences. The story was adapted by Steve Martin in his 1994 movie A Simple twist of Fate.
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Tess of the D'Urbervilles open wikipedia on the title 
Thomas Hardy open wikipedia on the author (1840 - 1928) 
The novel tells the story of Tess whose fate is changed when her ne'er-do-well father tries to improve the family fortune via a misguided association with a local well to do family. Hardy's writing produces such empathy for Tess that one is compelled to continue reading even though it is unbearable to imagine where the story will go.
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The Adventures of a Special Correspondent open wikipedia on the title 
Jules Verne open wikipedia on the author (1828 - 1905) 
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The Decameron Volume 2 open wikipedia on the title 
Giovanni Boccaccio open wikipedia on the author (1313 - 1375) 
The Decameron is a collection of 100 very readable novellas finished in 1353. It is known for its bawdy tales that span the spectrum from erotic to tragic. The tales are told by a party of ten fleeing the black plague, on each of 10 days they each tell a tale on a particular theme. The stories remain compelling for the modern reader while providing a unique window into medieval life.
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The Decameron, Volume 1 open wikipedia on the title 
Giovanni Boccaccio open wikipedia on the author (1313 - 1375) 
The Decameron is a collection of 100 very readable novellas finished in 1353. It is known for its bawdy tales that span the spectrum from erotic to tragic. The tales are told by a party of ten fleeing the black plague, on each of 10 days they each tell a tale on a particular theme. The stories remain compelling for the modern reader while providing a unique window into medieval life.
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The Golden Ass open wikipedia on the title 
Lucius Apuleius open wikipedia on the author (123BC - 180BC) 
The Golden Ass relates the ludicrous adventures of Lucius, a virile young man obsessed with magic. In his enthusiasm to see the use of magic he is accidentally transformed into an ass and thus forced to witness and experience the lives of slaves and the destitute. This is the only surviving work of Greco-Roman literature to give a first person perspective of the abhorrent condition of the lower classes. T. E. Lawrence carried a small copy of the book in his saddlebags throughout the Arab Revolt.
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