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The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam open wikipedia on the title 
Omar Khayyam open wikipedia on the author (1048 - 1131) 
This is Edward Fitzgerald's poetic version. As a work of English literature, it was a high point of the 19th century. As a work of accurate line-by-line translation of Omar Khayyam's quatrains, it is noted more for freedom than for fidelity. This collection of four line poems have provided later authors with a rich source of titles and allusions; "The Moving Finger writes: and, having writ, Moves on: ...", "A book of verse, a jug of wine, and thou....".
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The Younger Edda open wikipedia on the title 
Snorre open wikipedia on the author (1178 - 1241) 
The Edda Contains many stories of Norse Mythology is the best-known work of Scandinavian literature. It details the Norse creation myths and the struggles of Gods, Giants, and Dwarves. Perhaps the most compelling theme is the Gods' realization that there will be a final unavoidable battle, Ragnarok, between Gods and Giants that must result in the end of the world The Edda can be credited with inspiring innumerable works including those of Wagner, Tolkien, and Marvel comics.
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The Baum Plan for Financial Independence and Other Stories open wikipedia on the title 
John Kessel open wikipedia on the author (1950 - ) http://www4.ncsu.edu/~tenshi/index2.html

"Kessel proves himself again a master not just of science fiction, but also of the modern short story, crafting compelling characters and following them through plots that never fail to please - or to defy prediction." --Metro Magazine

"Kessel's blend of dark humor and reality-stretching scenarios is consistently mesmerizing." --Booklist

"One of the best collections of the year." --Locus

"These well-crafted stories, full of elegantly drawn characters, deliver a powerful emotional punch." --Publishers Weekly

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Roo'd open wikipedia on the title http://www.wireless.is/rood/
Joshua Klein open wikipedia on the author ( - ) http://www.wireless.is/

A novel about the future that's closer than we think.

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Alice Adams open wikipedia on the title 
Booth Tarkington open wikipedia on the author (1869 - 1946) 

Winner of the 1922 Pulitzer Prize.

The story of a young woman's attempt to move up the social ladder though her family seems to be slowly sinking.

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Mosses from an Old Manse open wikipedia on the title 
Nathaniel Hawthorne open wikipedia on the author (1804 - 1864) 

A collection of short stories highly praised by Herman Melville. Melville later dedicated Moby Dick to Hawthorne in "admiration for his genius".

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The Age of Innocence open wikipedia on the title 
Edith Wharton open wikipedia on the author (1862 - 1937) 

Winner of the 1921 Pulitzer Prize.

The impending marriage of a society couple is disturbed by the appearance of a woman. In 1993 Martin Scorsese directed an adaptation that was regarded as one of his best works.

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