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Villette open wikipedia on the title 
Charlotte Bronte open wikipedia on the author (1816 - 1855) 
Villette was Charlotte Bronte's last and most autobiographical novel. Loneliness, isolation, repression, emotional pain, unrequited love are strong elements and themes in the story. Lucy travels to work in a girl's boarding school. Despite a host of unfavourable circumstances Lucy is determined to be true to her independent spirit. In the end, Lucy wants the reader to imagine a happy ending. Will you?
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Wuthering Heights open wikipedia on the title 
Emily Bronte open wikipedia on the author (1818 - 1848) 
Wuthering Heights tells the story of an all-consuming love between Heathcliff and Catherine but betrayal leads to hatred, bitterness and retribution that reverberates across generations. Will enduring love prevail or bitterness destroy them all? Classic literature at its enthralling best.
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The Thirty Nine Steps open wikipedia on the title 
John Buchan open wikipedia on the author (1875 - 1940) 
In May 1914 Europe is close to war. Richard Hannay has just arrived back in London from Rhodesia and learns of an assassination plot. On returning to his flat later, he discovers his confidant, Scudder, dead. Under surveillance by the plotters, and feeling himself a prime suspect in Scudder's murder, he makes his way to Scotland where he hopes to foil the plot and clear his name. Thrilling, suspenseful action. Buchanan eventually wrote four other novels featuring Richard Hannay.
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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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Evelina open wikipedia on the title 
Frances Burney open wikipedia on the author (1752 - 1840) 
Evelina, the title character, is the unacknowledged daughter of a dissipated English aristocrat. She is raised in seclusion and when she grows into a beautiful and intelligent young woman she travels to London to be introduced into society. The novel then follows her growth through a series of sometimes harrowing episodes. Some critics see the novel as autobiographical. Burney originally published the work anonymously in 1778 and only acknowledged authorship when the book became wildly successful.
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Alice's Adventures in Wonderland open wikipedia on the title 
Lewis Carroll open wikipedia on the author (1832 - 1898) 
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland -The book that spawned a plethora of films, expressions and catchphrases. The word "wonderland" itself has been introduced to the English language referring to a marvellous, imaginary place. When Alice falls down a rabbit hole, she finds herself in a fantasy world - talking animals, playing cards and a whole lot of other fanciful, comical and wonderfully absurd nonsense. A story that has been delighting and enchanting children and adults alike for generations.
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Through the Looking-Glass open wikipedia on the title 
Lewis Carroll open wikipedia on the author (1832 - 1898) 
Through the Looking-Glass is the sequel to Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. In this story, Alice wonders what the world is like on the other side of a mirror when magically she is able to pass through it. She discovers that the world through the looking glass is quite different. By holding up a mirror, she learns that she can read a book with looking-glass poetry, Jabberwocky. What is the meaning of all this? Talking flowers, Red Queen and Kings, Chess games, Humpty Dumpty ... When will all this nonsense end? More magical Lewis Carroll. Be enchanted again and again.
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