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Through the Looking-Glass open wikipedia on the title 
Lewis Carroll open wikipedia on the author (1832 - 1898) 
Through the Looking-Glass is the sequel to Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. In this story, Alice wonders what the world is like on the other side of a mirror when magically she is able to pass through it. She discovers that the world through the looking glass is quite different. By holding up a mirror, she learns that she can read a book with looking-glass poetry, Jabberwocky. What is the meaning of all this? Talking flowers, Red Queen and Kings, Chess games, Humpty Dumpty ... When will all this nonsense end? More magical Lewis Carroll. Be enchanted again and again.
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Tono Bungay open wikipedia on the title 
H. G. Wells open wikipedia on the author (1866 - 1946) 
Clever advertising and marketing turns Tono-Bungay from an ineffective tonic into a miraculous one with powerful placebo effects and even greater profits. H.G. Wells exposes medical charlatans for what they are in Tono-Bungay. A story of relevance when it was first published in 1909 and very much still relevant today.
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Travels With a Donkey in the Cevennes open wikipedia on the title 
Robert Louis Stevenson open wikipedia on the author (1850 - 1894) 
A pioneer in travel literature, Travels with a donkey in the Cevennes is Robert Louis Stevenson's account of his 12 day journey through Cevennes, France. He suffered from ill health for much of his life, and this was his opportunity for a long desired adventure. Accompanied by a stubborn donkey, Modestine, Stevenson takes a serious note at times and at others, regales with tales of his encounters. Very entertaining indeed.
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Treasure Island open wikipedia on the title 
Robert Louis Stevenson open wikipedia on the author (1850 - 1894) 
What might a young boy living with his parents in a sleepy seaside town in 18th century England fancy? An adventure in search of buried treasure in exotic locations might seem like just the thing. But what young Jim Hawkins doesn't realise is that there is much more to this horrifying adventure when the buccaneering pirate Long John Silver and his band are involved. A gripping tale and a marvellous coming-of-age story.
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Uncle Tom's Cabin open wikipedia on the title 
Harriet Beecher Stowe open wikipedia on the author (1811 - 1896) 
Uncle Tom's Cabin was the best selling novel of the nineteenth century. The book is named for the central character and depicts the harsh reality of slavery. The book had such a significant impact that on meeting Stowe, Abraham Lincoln said; "So this is the little lady who made this big war". A product of it's time, the book is interesting also for it's illustration of stereotypes that even abolitionists could not recognise.
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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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Utopia open wikipedia on the title 
Thomas More open wikipedia on the author (1478 - 1535) 
In Utopia (1516) Thomas More concocts a place, an island, with what he considers to be desirable religious, social and political practices - a place very unlike where he actually lived. It is a place "like Plato's Republic, only better". Utopia is often discussed for its political ideas and is seen as the seed for communist political thought, it is a great piece of work that continues to generate political discussion. Thought provoking through the ages.
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