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The Hoosier School-Master open wikipedia on the title 
Edward Eggleston open wikipedia on the author (1837 - 1902) 

1871 Best Seller.

From age 19 Eggleston was an itinerant preacher until travelling broke his health.

The books relates the experiences of a young man sent to be the only teacher of a backwoods rural Indiana town. It is an early example of American realist fiction.

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The Horse-Stealers & Other Stories open wikipedia on the title 
Anton Chekhov open wikipedia on the author (1860 - 1904) 
Chekhov is now the most popular playwright in the English-speaking world after Shakespeare, but many think that his short stories are his greatest achievement. Raymond Carver said: 'Chekhov's stories are as wonderful (and necessary) now as when they first appeared. ...he produced masterpieces, stories that shrive us as well as delight and move us, that lay bare our emotions in ways only true art can accomplish.' Chekhov's stories are ranked No.9 on Time magazine's list of the "10 Greatest Books of all time", January 2007.
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The Hound of the Baskervilles open wikipedia on the title 
Arthur Conan Doyle open wikipedia on the author (1859 - 1930) 
Thrilling Sherlock Holmes mystery. Sir Charles Baskerville is found dead on the English Moors. Footprints of a giant hound are found nearby. Family Curse or something even more sinister?
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The House of Mirth open wikipedia on the title 
Edith Wharton open wikipedia on the author (1862 - 1937) 

Lily Bart, a New York socialite tries to find a suitably rich husband.

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The House of the Seven Gables open wikipedia on the title 
Nathaniel Hawthorne open wikipedia on the author (1804 - 1864) 

A story of the wrongdoings of one generation echoing through the lives of successive descendants. The book served as inspiration or influence for some of H. P. Lovecraft's stories.

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The Idiot open wikipedia on the title 
Fyodor Dostoyevsky open wikipedia on the author (1821 - 1881) 
Prince Myshkin is a simple and inherently good person but his naivety earns him the title of "idiot". Captivated by Nastasya, he ends up in a web of deceit, blackmail, betrayal and ultimately, murder. In this novel, Dostoyevsky wishes to portray a truly good person, one with beauty within his soul, untouched by the ways of the world. But can he remain untouched or does he ultimately find himself a victim of society?
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The Iliad open wikipedia on the title 
Homer open wikipedia on the author (700BC - 700BC) 
The Iliad is one of the two major ancient Greek epic poems of Homer and the first and greatest achievement of Classical Greek civilization. It tells of the last years of the siege of the city of Ilion (Troy) by the Greeks under King Agamemnon. It explores the conflict between love and honour, rage and control, a long life and a glorious life; all under the watchful and meddling Gods.
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