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The Importance of Being Earnest open wikipedia on the title 
Oscar Wilde open wikipedia on the author (1854 - 1900) 
Witty. Charming. Very, very amusing. The Importance of Being Earnest is a comedy of manners, wickedly satirising the Victorian English Upper Classes. Algernon often uses a visit to an invented friend, Ernest, in the country as an excuse to escape obligations in the city. Meanwhile, his actual best friend who does live in the country enjoys visits to London from time to time to break up life in the country. Confusion and comedy ensues as love and courtship is pursued and the name "Earnest" is assumed by more than one character. Oscar Wilde dazzles with his humour.
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Oscar Wilde open wikipedia on the author (1854 - 1900) 

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Witty. Charming. Very, very amusing. The Importance of Being Earnest is a comedy of manners, wickedly satirising the Victorian English Upper Classes. Algernon often uses a visit to an invented friend, Ernest, in the country as an excuse to escape obligations in the city. Meanwhile, his actual best friend who does live in the country enjoys visits to London from time to time to break up life in the country. Confusion and comedy ensues as love and courtship is pursued and the name "Earnest" is assumed by more than one character. Oscar Wilde dazzles with his humour.

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The Inheritors open wikipedia on the title 
Joseph Conrad open wikipedia on the author (1857 - 1924) 
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The Inner Shrine open wikipedia on the title 
Basil King open wikipedia on the author (1859 - 1928) 

Publishers Weekly #1 Best Seller for 1909.

This story of a French Irish girl whose husband is killed in a duel was originally published anonymously.

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The Innocents Abroad open wikipedia on the title 
Mark Twain open wikipedia on the author (1835 - 1910) 
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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 Inspector-General open wikipedia on the title 
Nikolai V. Gogol open wikipedia on the author (1809 - 1852) 
The Inspector-General is a satirical masterpiece portraying greed, stupidity, and the endemic corruption of power in tsarist Russia. It caused such uproar when published in 1836 that only the personal intervention of Tsar Nicholas I allowed it to be staged. Although it used the forms, elements, and premises of plays written before, it marks the beginning of a new tradition. Widely adapted. Seemingly the clear inspiration for the hotel inspector episode of the TV series, Fawlty Towers.
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