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Fiction

In the Old Sun
Hermann Hesse

This comic novel about the natives of his birthplace was completed in 1904, long before the novels that made Hesse famous in the decades after World War II. Back in print after 100 years.

Gertrude
Hermann Hesse

Gertrude was the first novel by Hermann Hesse published in English and not part of an anthology. The novel deals with the destructive nature of love and the restorative powers of music.

Three Novels by the Brontë Sisters
Charlotte, Emily, and Anne Brontë

Jane Eyre, Wuthering Heights, and Agnes Grey

Great Short Stories by Great American Writers
Edited by Thomas Fasano

Features 30 of the greatest short stories from the most distinguished writers in the American short-story tradition.

The Dead
James Joyce

The Dead is one of the twentieth century’s most beautiful pieces of short literature, showcasing Joyce’s greatest innovation: the epiphany.

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
F. Scott Fitzgerald

A selection of four of Fitzgerald’s finest tales chosen from two his first two collections.

Three Soldiers
John Dos Passos

A gripping exploration of desertion and violence, and the dehumanizing effects of a regimented war machine on ordinary soldiers.

Anthem
Ayn Rand

It is a projection, nominally into the future but actually out of space and time, of the basic principle of collectivism.

The Complete Diaries of Adam and Eve
Mark Twain

Adam and Eve’s sotry is tender throughout, focusing on the more humorous aspects of their relationship and eventual “marriage.”

Heart of Darkness
Joseph Conrad

An exploration of the dark side of European colonization of the Africa Congo — and the unfathomable darkness within every human being.

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