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Black Rock open wikipedia on the title 
Ralph Connor open wikipedia on the author (1860 - 1937) 

1898 Best Seller.

A new minister arrives at a mining and lumber boomtown in the 1880's West. He is determined to 'clean up the town' and win a few souls, but the task proves more challenging than he anticipated.

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David Harum open wikipedia on the title 
Edward Noyes Westcott open wikipedia on the author (1846 - 1898) 

1899 Best Seller.

A novel full of wonderful character sketches. David Harum, a dry and somewhat excentric country banker, tells of a young man from a well to do family who finds himself in the small town of Homeville and begins a romance with a young lady.

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Faith Gartney's Girlhood open wikipedia on the title 
A.D.T. Whitney open wikipedia on the author (1824 - 1906) 

1863 Best Seller.

Whitney was an opponent of women's suffrage, although in keeping with her philosophy she took no part in public life. Her message of then merely conservative values meant that her books sold very well to the parents of girls.

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Five Little Peppers and How They Grew open wikipedia on the title 
Margaret Sidney open wikipedia on the author (1844 - 1924) 

1881 Best Seller.

The first of a series of books about the Pepper children. The story of their impoverished lives with their widowed mother. The book was part of a fantastically popular series of 12.

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Looking Backward open wikipedia on the title 
Edward Bellamy open wikipedia on the author (1850 - 1898) 

1888 Best Seller.

A utopian novel. Julian West falls into an hypnotic trance near the end of the 19th Century and awakens more than 100 years later (right around now) to find America transformed into a socialist utopia. Bellamy uses the conceit to explore his ideas of how to improve society.

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Beowulf open wikipedia on the title 
Anonymous open wikipedia on the author ( - ) 
An heroic epic poem where Beowulf, a hero of a Germanic tribe from southern Sweden, travels to Denmark to help defeat a monster named Grendel. It is sometimes called "England's national epic". J. R. R. Tolkien of Lord of the Rings fame was a Beowulf scholar and many parallels can also be drawn between Beowulf and The Hobbit. The work has served as the inspiration for many books and films including Michael Crichton's Eaters of the Dead.
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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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