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Persuasion open wikipedia on the title 
Jane Austen open wikipedia on the author (1775 - 1817) 
The Elliot family is titled and fit naturally into fashionable English society. So when Anne Elliot falls in love with Frederick Wentworth, a young naval officer of little means, she is eventually persuaded by her friend Lady Russell to terminate the engagement. But persuasion can be a double-edged sword. Eight years later, at 27, she is seemingly faced with no future prospects, destined for spinsterhood. What happens when Anne and Frederick meet again? Persuasion is Jane Austen's last completed novel. A brilliant satire where vanity and pretension know no bounds.
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Pride and Prejudice open wikipedia on the title 
Jane Austen open wikipedia on the author (1775 - 1817) 
The arrival of eligible bachelor Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy to the neighbourhood is exciting news for Mrs. Bennet who is determined to secure good matches for her five daughters. But her daughter Elizabeth, a woman of quick mind and even quicker tongue, is not impressed. Love and marriage in 19th century England can be tricky subjects and a comedy of manners ensues. Will Elizabeth ever succumb to the charms of Mr. Darcy? Jane Austen delights us in Pride and Prejudice, her most famous novel.
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Quo Vadis open wikipedia on the title 
Henryk Sienkiewicz open wikipedia on the author (1846 - 1916) 

Sienkiewicz received the 1905 Nobel Price in Literature for his "outstanding merits as an epic writer".

The novel follows the developing love between a Christian woman and a Roman Patrician in the time of Nero. The romantic story arc is set against the conflict of the moral systems of the long established Roman Empire and the developing Christianity. Sienkiewicz uses this setting to explore morality and power, and his observations remain relevant today.

The novel is based on extensive historical research and gives a good view of life in those times.

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Ragged Dick open wikipedia on the title 
Horatio Alger open wikipedia on the author (1832 - 1899) 

1867 Best Seller.

The novel tells the story of a young boy 'Dick' and his climb to success. Dick has a low start in life growing up on the streets of post civil war New York City but he is honest and hardworking and his loyalty and persistence pay off.

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Sense and Sensibility open wikipedia on the title 
Jane Austen open wikipedia on the author (1775 - 1817) 
Elinor and Marianne Dashwood are sisters with very opposite personalities. Whilst the elder Elinor is full of sense and reason, Marianne abounds with sensibility and emotion. In 19th century England where status and wealth often controlled the outcomes of love and marriage, will Elinor and Marianne manage to find a balance of sense and sensibility in their romantic pursuits? Sense and Sensibility continues to entertain readers throughout the generations.
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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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St. Elmo open wikipedia on the title 
Augusta Evans open wikipedia on the author (1835 - 1909) 

1867 Best Seller.

A young girl wins the heart of a dissipated man.

Thirty years later reviewers looked back on the book as though it was from an earlier culture altogether.

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