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

Publishers Weekly #1 Best Seller for 1916.

Tarkington was a widely read and prolific multiple Pulitzer Prize winning novelist and dramatist. Here Tarkington satirizes first love.

"Every man and woman over fifty ought to read Seventeen. It is not only a skillful analysis of adolescent love, it is, with all its side-splitting mirth, a tragedy. No mature person who reads this novel will ever seriously regret his lost youth or wish he were young again...." -- William Lyon Phelps, The Advance of the English Novel

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The Eyes of the World open wikipedia on the title 
Harold Bell Wright open wikipedia on the author (1872 - 1944) 

Publishers Weekly #1 Best Seller for 1914.

Set in the world of authors, artists, and their patrons this novel explores the conflict between art for art sake and art for profit and fame. It was quite controversial in it's day; some accusing Wright of preaching and others supporting his observations.

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The Harvester open wikipedia on the title 
Gene Stratton-Porter open wikipedia on the author (1863 - 1924) 

Publishers Weekly #1 Best Seller for 1912.

A young man leads a solitary life growing and harvesting medicinal herbs. He dreams of meeting his true love, subsequently sees her in a vision, and finally sets out to find her...

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The Inside of the Cup open wikipedia on the title 
Winston Churchill open wikipedia on the author (1871 - 1947) 

Publishers Weekly #1 Best Seller for 1913.

It is important to note that the author is not the famed English politician and author, but an unrelated American writer.

"masterly grip of detail and rare psychological insight" - Henry Davies from letters to the New York Times 1913.

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The Turmoil open wikipedia on the title 
Booth Tarkington open wikipedia on the author (1869 - 1946) 

Publishers Weekly #1 Best Seller for 1915.

Tarkington was a widely read and prolific multiple Pulitzer Prize winning novelist and dramatist. The story uses a tale of two families following different trajectories but linked by romance to provide a glimpse of the changes induced by industrialization and urbanization.

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The U.P. Trail open wikipedia on the title 
Zane Grey open wikipedia on the author (1872 - 1939) 

Publishers Weekly #1 Best Seller for 1918.

An epic novel set against the construction of the Union-Pacific Railroad between 1864 and 1869 and the introduction of the telegraph. Full of wonderfully drawn characters and a central romantic thread.

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The Man-eaters of Tsavo open wikipedia on the title 
John Henry Patterson open wikipedia on the author (1867 - 1947) 

The books tells the true story of attacks by man-eating lions on the Uganda railway in Tsavo Kenya in 1898. Over one hundred people were killed in under a year. The attacks stopped only after the all the lions had been tracked down and killed by Patterson.

In the 1996 film The Ghost and the Darkness Val Kilmer played Patterson.

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