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The Tide Mill open wikipedia on the title 
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In 13th-century Sussex, an illicit love-affair and ruthless power-politics find focus in a masterwork of medieval engineering.

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Little Dorrit open wikipedia on the title 
Charles Dickens open wikipedia on the author (1812 - 1870) 
The writings of Charles Dickens were often critical of society and government. This satire, Little Dorrit was also an outlet for Dickens' opinion of prison, particularly debtor's prisons. There people (including Dickens' own) who failed to pay their debts were imprisoned, paradoxically unable to work, until the debt was repaid. The story of Little Dorrit (whose father is imprisoned for debt) tells of the courtship between herself and Arthur Clennam and demonstrates the grim effects of imprisonment on those within as well as those beyond but whose lives are inextricably intertwined.
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The Amateur Cracksman open wikipedia on the title 
E.W. Hornung open wikipedia on the author (1866 - 1921) 
A collection of short stories detailing the shady adventures of A. J. Raffles the "gentleman thief".
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The Antichrist open wikipedia on the title 
Friedrich Nietzsche open wikipedia on the author (1844 - 1900) 
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The Aspern Papers open wikipedia on the title 
Henry James open wikipedia on the author (1843 - 1916) 
One of James' best-known and most acclaimed longer tales follows an un-named narrator as he goes to almost any lengths to obtain a dead poet's papers and letters from his widow. James lovingly creates a Venice where the unexpected seems an everyday occurrence and the unrelenting tension mounts until the final page.
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The Country of the Blind & Other Stories open wikipedia on the title 
H. G. Wells open wikipedia on the author (1866 - 1946) 
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The Eustace Diamonds open wikipedia on the title 
Anthony Trollope open wikipedia on the author (1815 - 1882) 
Wealthy and widowed, Lizzie Eustace comes into possession of a very valuable heirloom necklace, the Eustace Diamonds. But Lizzie also possesses a penchant for lying. When the strongbox in which the diamonds are usually kept is stolen, Lizzie becomes the subject of much gossip and scandal. Eventually, a mystery is unravelled and the police discover much more than they initially expected. The truth is not always what it appears to be. First published in 1872, The Eustace Diamonds is the third in Trollope's "Palliser" series.
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