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Dr.Jekyll and Mr.Hyde open wikipedia on the title 
Robert Louis Stevenson open wikipedia on the author (1850 - 1894) 
Good and evil. Everybody has both these aspects within them thinks Dr. Jekyll who sets about creating a potion that turns him increasingly into evil. Adopting the evil persona of Edward Hyde, he indulges in a double life until it finally takes its toll ... Robert Louis Stevenson horrifies through the ages. Great reading.
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Travels With a Donkey in the Cevennes open wikipedia on the title 
Robert Louis Stevenson open wikipedia on the author (1850 - 1894) 
A pioneer in travel literature, Travels with a donkey in the Cevennes is Robert Louis Stevenson's account of his 12 day journey through Cevennes, France. He suffered from ill health for much of his life, and this was his opportunity for a long desired adventure. Accompanied by a stubborn donkey, Modestine, Stevenson takes a serious note at times and at others, regales with tales of his encounters. Very entertaining indeed.
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Treasure Island open wikipedia on the title 
Robert Louis Stevenson open wikipedia on the author (1850 - 1894) 
What might a young boy living with his parents in a sleepy seaside town in 18th century England fancy? An adventure in search of buried treasure in exotic locations might seem like just the thing. But what young Jim Hawkins doesn't realise is that there is much more to this horrifying adventure when the buccaneering pirate Long John Silver and his band are involved. A gripping tale and a marvellous coming-of-age story.
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Gulliver's Travels open wikipedia on the title 
Jonathan Swift open wikipedia on the author (1667 - 1745) 
This novel is considered both a satire on human nature and a parody of traveller's tales. It is an indisputable classic of English literature, and Swift's most celebrated work. George Orwell reckons it to be one of the six indispensable books in world literature. The novel's main themes are; a satirical view of government and religious differences, an exploration of man being inherently corrupt or simply corruptible, and ancients vs. moderns conflict.
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Master and Man open wikipedia on the title 
Leo Tolstoy open wikipedia on the author (1828 - 1910) 
The story Master and Man tells the tale of a master and his peasant who journey to another town for business in a blizzard. Lost on their way, the peasant begins to suffer from hypothermia verging on death. The master nonetheless feels compelled to press on in the journey until a moral revelation befalls him. How will he try to save his peasant? A very moving story. Classic Tolstoy story-telling.
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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn open wikipedia on the title 
Mark Twain open wikipedia on the author (1835 - 1910) 
Set in the mid 1800s before the Civil War, Huckleberry Finn and Jim, a runaway slave, drift on their raft down the Mississippi River. As they journey, adventure beckons bringing them closer whilst exposing entrenched values and attitudes as large blemishes on the Southern landscape. Controversial when first published. Paradigm shifting. Regarded as a masterpiece of American Literature. Listed as No.5 by Time magazine in its list of "10 Greatest Books of All Time", January 2007.
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The Adventures of Tom Sawyer open wikipedia on the title 
Mark Twain open wikipedia on the author (1835 - 1910) 
The story of a Missouri boyhood. Sometimes idyllic, sometimes rough and tumble. Schoolyard scrapes, getting lost in a cave, playing pirates on the Mississippi River - Tom Sawyer will rouse feelings of nostalgia for yesteryears. But underneath the childhood innocence lies the harsh adult realities of racism, superstitions, murder and revenge. An American Classic.
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