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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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The Idiot open wikipedia on the title 
Fyodor Dostoyevsky open wikipedia on the author (1821 - 1881) 
Prince Myshkin is a simple and inherently good person but his naivety earns him the title of "idiot". Captivated by Nastasya, he ends up in a web of deceit, blackmail, betrayal and ultimately, murder. In this novel, Dostoyevsky wishes to portray a truly good person, one with beauty within his soul, untouched by the ways of the world. But can he remain untouched or does he ultimately find himself a victim of society?
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The Mystery of Edwin Drood open wikipedia on the title 
Charles Dickens open wikipedia on the author (1812 - 1870) 
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The Princess of Cleves open wikipedia on the title 
Madame de Lafayette open wikipedia on the author (1634 - 1693) 
Regarded by many as one of the first European novels and a classic of its era. Published anonymously in March 1678, and set in the royal court of Henry II of France a century earlier, it tells the story of the unspoken and unrequited love between Mme de Cleves and the irresistible Duc de Nemours. It recreates that era with remarkable precision as a backdrop for a poignant study of the human heart.
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The Thirty Nine Steps open wikipedia on the title 
John Buchan open wikipedia on the author (1875 - 1940) 
In May 1914 Europe is close to war. Richard Hannay has just arrived back in London from Rhodesia and learns of an assassination plot. On returning to his flat later, he discovers his confidant, Scudder, dead. Under surveillance by the plotters, and feeling himself a prime suspect in Scudder's murder, he makes his way to Scotland where he hopes to foil the plot and clear his name. Thrilling, suspenseful action. Buchanan eventually wrote four other novels featuring Richard Hannay.
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The Wizard of Oz open wikipedia on the title 
L. Frank Baum open wikipedia on the author (1856 - 1919) 
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Utilitarianism open wikipedia on the title 
John Stuart Mill open wikipedia on the author (1806 - 1873) 
Utilitarianism - achieving the greatest good for the greatest number. Well-known Western philosopher John Stuart Mill proposes the concept of utilitarianism as a moral standard by which to judge actions.
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