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Frankenstein open wikipedia on the title 
Mary Shelley open wikipedia on the author (1797 - 1851) 
The world's most famous gothic horror story, Frankenstein tells the story of Victor Frankenstein who combines his knowledge of natural science and medieval alchemy to give life to an inanimate object. But the resultant creature is far from what he had imagined. Rejected by Frankenstein and unloved, the forsaken creature ultimately metamorphosises into a monster intent on destroying his maker and all that he holds dear.
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Great Expectations open wikipedia on the title 
Charles Dickens open wikipedia on the author (1812 - 1870) 
Great Expectations is one of Dickens' later works and considered one of his best. It is notable for it's more naturalistic depiction of characters; here motivations and personal viewpoints form the heart of the narrative. The story follows the arc of a young orphan's life as he first tries to raise himself to a higher station in life and finally discovers the solution to some mysteries and comes to terms with himself.
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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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Guy Mannering or The Astrologer open wikipedia on the title 
Sir Walter Scott open wikipedia on the author (1771 - 1832) 
The novel opens with Guy Mannering casting the horoscope for the newborn heir to the Laird of Ellengowan. Unfortunately Guy's predictions were correct, and Henry Bertram is kidnapped at age five and eventually adopted by a Dutch merchant. Amidst the chaos of the time Harry must find his rightful place or lose his inheritance forever. The novel is also notable for its vividly portrayed minor characters, including Meg Merrilies who was based on the real life 'queen of the gypsies'.
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Hamlet, Prince of Denmark open wikipedia on the title 
William Shakespeare open wikipedia on the author (1564 - 1616) 

Shakespeare's best known play and the most quoted work of the English language.

Hamlet's father is dead and he struggles with the desire for revenge. The play uses this backdrop to explore intrigue, incest, desire, and what is important in life.

Regularly included in lists of the greatest works of all time.

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Heart of Darkness open wikipedia on the title 
Joseph Conrad open wikipedia on the author (1857 - 1924) 
English seaman Charlie Marlow recounts a journey to his shipmates, a journey up river to the heart of the Congo. Marlow had been tasked to find what had happened to Kurtz who had been an inexplicably productive procurer of ivory until contact was lost. Respected and feared, Kurtz has an aura of mystery and danger that lures Marlow closer and closer until ...
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Heartbreak House open wikipedia on the title 
George Bernard Shaw open wikipedia on the author (1856 - 1950) 
Heartbreak House: A Fantasia in the Russian Manner on English Themes. Written between 1916 and 1917, Shaw uses farce and tragedy to illustrate how society in England and Continental Europe followed the lead of those not capable of properly leading. The action opens with a house party disconcerted over the question of marrying for money rather than love and quickly becomes an indictment of the generation that plunged Europe into the first world war and is now drifting toward destruction.
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