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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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Civilization of the Renaissance open wikipedia on the title 
Jacob Burckhardt open wikipedia on the author (1818 - 1897) 
First published in 1878 and still widely read The Civilization of the Renaissance in Italy was the most influential interpretation of the Italian Renaissance in the 19th century. Burkhardt considered the study of ancient history an intellectual necessity and deals with all aspects of Renaissance society; its painting, sculpture and architecture, and the social institutions of its daily life.
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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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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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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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Law and the Lady open wikipedia on the title 
Wilkie Collins open wikipedia on the author (1824 - 1889) 
The story opens with Valeria Brinton marrying Eustace Woodville over the objections of Woodville's family. Soon after the wedding Valeria becomes uneasy and starts to suspect her husband is hiding something from his past. Her suspicions are confirmed when she finds he has been using a false name. Collins used his experience studying law to help create one of the earliest female sleuths.
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The Life of Teresa of Jesus open wikipedia on the title 
Teresa of Avila open wikipedia on the author (1515 - 1582) 
Teresa of Avila was major figure of the Catholic Reformation - a prominent mystic, writer, and reformer. At age seven she ran away from home to 'find martyrdom amongst the Moors'. At twenty she joined the Carmelite nuns. She resolved to found a new convent based on the principal of absolute poverty and renunciation of property. This, and the three kinds of ritual flagellation used at services, disturbed the laity. Later, the Carmelites tried to suppress her movement. After Don Quixote this is Spain's mode widely read prose classic.
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