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Eastern Standard Tribe open wikipedia on the title 
Cory Doctorow open wikipedia on the author ( - ) http://www.craphound.com

"Cory Doctorow is just far enough ahead of the game to give you that authentic chill of the future, and close enough to home for us to know that he's talking about where we live as well as where we're going to live; a connected world full of disconnected people. One of whom is about to lobotomise himself through the nostril with a pencil. Funny as hell and sharp as steel." -- Warren Ellis, Author of Transmetropolitan

"Utterly contemporary and deeply peculiar -- a hard combination to beat (or, these days, to find)." -- William Gibson, Author of Neuromancer

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Emma open wikipedia on the title 
Jane Austen open wikipedia on the author (1775 - 1817) 
Emma is the comic novel by Jane Austen that centres around the "handsome, clever and rich", if somewhat spoilt, Emma Woodhouse who fancies herself as a match-maker to her friends. Set in Regency England, comedy ensues as Emma throws herself into the pursuits of love and marriage for others whilst herself remaining apparently immune to the charms of the opposite sex. Witty and charming - quintessential Jane Austen.
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End of the Tether open wikipedia on the title 
Joseph Conrad open wikipedia on the author (1857 - 1924) 
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Essays open wikipedia on the title 
Francis Bacon open wikipedia on the author (1561 - 1626) 
A major figure of his time Sir Francis Bacon (1561 - 1626) was an English philosopher, statesman and essayist but is best known for leading the scientific revolution with his new 'observation and experimentation' method. Bacon ranked #90 on Michael H. Hart's list of the most influential figures in history. He is often credited as the author of the works attributed to Shakespeare. Here he writes on diverse topics including truth, death, love, ambition, anger, fame, and the pleasures of gardening.
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Essays on Some Unsettled Questions of Political Economy open wikipedia on the title 
John Stuart Mill open wikipedia on the author (1806 - 1873) 
A treatise on political economics by the father of utilitarianism philosophy, John Stuart Mill.
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Ethan Frome open wikipedia on the title 
Edith Wharton open wikipedia on the author (1862 - 1937) 
The temptations of illicit passion are a theme in Ethan Frome. Wharton had been advised to take up writing more seriously to relieve her stress and tension, and many point to the possibility of autobiographical elements in the novel. Wharton delivers austere and penetrating impressions of rural working-class New England as the environment to explore Ethan Frome's marriage to an unsympathetic Zeena and the infatuation he develops for their maid.
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Ethics open wikipedia on the title 
Aristotle open wikipedia on the author (384BC - 322BC) 
In The ethics Aristotle examines the nature of virtue and the purpose of life. He believed virtue could be understood only through action - one had to be virtuous to know virtue. The work surveys all the areas of human concern; courage, generosity, honour, justice, friendship, wit, etc. Aristotle's ideas dominated western thinking until the renaissance. The Ethics is considered to be one of Aristotle's most accessible works.
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