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Hunchback of Notre Dame open wikipedia on the title 
Victor Hugo open wikipedia on the author (1802 - 1885) 
Hunchbacked, one-eyed, lame and eventually deaf, Quasimodo is the bell-ringer at the Notre Dame cathedral in 15th century Paris, France. A victim of constant ridicule, Quasimodo finds greatest solace and happiness in these bells. He loves them like no other, until he happens upon the beautiful gypsy, La Esmerelda. A hunchback, an Archdeacon, a playwright and a handsome Captain - each enchanted by La Esmerelda. Accusations of sorcery, a sham marriage, mayhem and murder - The Hunchback of Notre Dame continues to entertain.
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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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Tanglewood Tales open wikipedia on the title 
Nathaniel Hawthorne open wikipedia on the author (1804 - 1864) 

A retelling of Greek myths, aimed mainly at children.

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Chronicles of the Cannongate open wikipedia on the title 
Sir Walter Scott open wikipedia on the author (1771 - 1832) 
The Chronicles of Canongate is a collection of three short stories; The Highland Widow, Two Drovers, and The Surgeon's Daughter. The stories follow Scots caught up in the Scottish diaspora of the second half of the eighteenth century.
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Bel Ami open wikipedia on the title 
Henri Rene Guy De Maupassant open wikipedia on the author (1850 - 1893) 
The novel follows Georges Duroy's corrupt rise to power. With assistance from a series of powerful mistresses Duroy quickly rises from a lowly returned serviceman to one of the most influential men of Paris.
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Cranford open wikipedia on the title 
Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell open wikipedia on the author (1810 - 1865) 
The best known of Elizabeth Gaskell's novels. Cranford is the small rural town which serves as the backdrop for a series of episodes in the lives of Mary Smith and her friends, Miss Matty and Miss Deborah, two spinster sisters.
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Daniel Deronda open wikipedia on the title 
George Eliot open wikipedia on the author (1819 - 1880) 
Daniel Deronda is the ward of wealthy Englishman, Sir Hugo Mallinger. He falls for the beautiful Gwendolen but a reversal in her family's fortunes sees her marry another and binds her to a different life. Meanwhile, Deronda saves a young Jewish woman, Mirah, and becomes involved in her search for lost family and identity. But a dramatic revelation threatens Deronda's own sense of identity. Romance and realism intertwine in this beautiful book.
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