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The Iliad open wikipedia on the title 
Homer open wikipedia on the author (700BC - 700BC) 
The Iliad is one of the two major ancient Greek epic poems of Homer and the first and greatest achievement of Classical Greek civilization. It tells of the last years of the siege of the city of Ilion (Troy) by the Greeks under King Agamemnon. It explores the conflict between love and honour, rage and control, a long life and a glorious life; all under the watchful and meddling Gods.
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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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The Age of Innocence open wikipedia on the title 
Edith Wharton open wikipedia on the author (1862 - 1937) 

Winner of the 1921 Pulitzer Prize.

The impending marriage of a society couple is disturbed by the appearance of a woman. In 1993 Martin Scorsese directed an adaptation that was regarded as one of his best works.

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The Canterville Ghost open wikipedia on the title 
Oscar Wilde open wikipedia on the author (1854 - 1900) 

A satire where a an ambassador, representing American materialism, takes up residence in a reputedly haunted house while serving at the Court of St. James.

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A Vindication of the Rights of Woman open wikipedia on the title 
Mary Wollstonecraft open wikipedia on the author (1759 - 1797) 
Written in 1792 it is one of the earliest works on "the woman question". The controversial life of its author caused the earliest feminists to distance themselves from the work. Some major themes include education for girls, the debased position of women in society, the necessary equality of men and women, and the right of women to work.
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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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Common Sense open wikipedia on the title 
Thomas Paine open wikipedia on the author (1737 - 1809) 
The immense popularity of Common Sense contributed to fomenting the American Revolution. The work is a political pamphlet denouncing British rule written by Thomas Paine and first published in 1776. To help spread its ideas Paine donated the copyright for Common Sense and paid for the first printing himself. At the height of its popularity only the Bible outsold it.
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