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Utopia open wikipedia on the title 
Thomas More open wikipedia on the author (1478 - 1535) 
In Utopia (1516) Thomas More concocts a place, an island, with what he considers to be desirable religious, social and political practices - a place very unlike where he actually lived. It is a place "like Plato's Republic, only better". Utopia is often discussed for its political ideas and is seen as the seed for communist political thought, it is a great piece of work that continues to generate political discussion. Thought provoking through the ages.
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Vanity Fair open wikipedia on the title 
William Makepeace Thackeray open wikipedia on the author (1811 - 1863) 
Vanity Fair was the first work that Thackeray published under his own name. Extremely well-received at the time, it is now remembered as a classic of English literature. While the novel satirizes society in early 19th-century England, Thackeray meant the book to be not only entertaining but also instructive.
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Karl Schroeder open wikipedia on the author ( - ) http://www.kschroeder.com
    Ventus is a novel of information apocalypse set in the far future. For a thousand years the sovereign Winds have maintained the delicate ecological balance of the terraformed planet Ventus. Now an alien force threatens to wrest control of the terraforming system away from the Winds...
 
    Jordan Mason, a young tradesman, is thrust into the midst of an ancient galactic conflict when he becomes the only human on Ventus who can locate the source of the alien threat. But will he side with the Winds, who have brutally suppressed technological development among the human colonists of Ventus? Or will he throw in his lot with an entity that may be planning to remake Ventus in its own, deathly image? Ventus incorporates ideas about nanotechnology, terraforming, and information theory in an epic tale of war, tragic love, betrayal and transcendence.
 
"Deeply Satisfying"
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"The finest science fiction novel of the year 2000."
--Barnes&Noble.com editorial review
 
"Delightful and engaging, both intellectually and viscerally: a superb achievement."
--Kirkus
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 License Creative Commons License 
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Venus in Furs open wikipedia on the title 
Leopold von Sacher-Masoch open wikipedia on the author (1836 - 1895) 
Serverin von Kusiemski is so infatuated with Wanda von Dunajew that he asks that she treats him as a slave. He convinces her and signs agreements to that effect, but all does not turn out well. The novel draws themes and character inspiration from Sacher-Masoch's own life, and incorporates many autobiographical details. First published in 1870, Venus in Furs is possibly the best known of Leopold von Sacher-Masoch's works and it's notoriety helped immortalize him with the coining of masochism.
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Joseph Conrad open wikipedia on the author (1857 - 1924) 
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Villette open wikipedia on the title 
Charlotte Bronte open wikipedia on the author (1816 - 1855) 
Villette was Charlotte Bronte's last and most autobiographical novel. Loneliness, isolation, repression, emotional pain, unrequited love are strong elements and themes in the story. Lucy travels to work in a girl's boarding school. Despite a host of unfavourable circumstances Lucy is determined to be true to her independent spirit. In the end, Lucy wants the reader to imagine a happy ending. Will you?
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Walden open wikipedia on the title 
Henry David Thoreau open wikipedia on the author (1817 - 1862) 
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