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Germinal (1885) by Émile Zola

France, Labor, Working Class, Mining Life, Revolution, Sexual Desire, Politics, Philosophy, Class Studies.

A Century of Classic Literature for Young Readers (1860-1960)

Exploring 100 years of classic literature for young readers, from Little Women to Lord of the Flies.

The Words and Works of John Steinbeck

A brief sketch of great American author and California writer, John Steinbeck, including quotes, complete works, and short biography.

Extraordinary Literature for the Back to School Season

Celebrate the back to school season with these great classics, including J.D Salinger's The Catcher in the Rye and Charlotte Bronte's Villette.

Classic Fiction for Animal Lovers

Horses, dogs, bears, wolves, and their humans. Explore Classic literature and its most brilliant animal characters.

Jane Austen's Incomparable Pride and Prejudice (1813)

Jane Austen's classic and unforgettable novel, Pride and Prejudice, is explored, and a brief summary and review are offered.

Wit & Wisdom from A to Z

From Chinua Achebe to Emile Zola, Jorge Luis Borges to Edith Wharton, explore some of the world's greatest writers' words on life, love, and literature.

Don Quixote Volume 2 (1615) by Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra

A brief summary and review for the Second Part of Miguel Cervantes's classic 1615 novel, Don Quixote.

Classic Quotes to Make the Heart Beat Faster

From Margaret Mitchell to A.A. Milne, George Eliot to Shakespeare: Explore some of classic literature's most romantic quotes on love.

The Watsons (1803-1805) by Jane Austen

A brief summary and review for Jane Austen's unfinished novel, The Watsons.

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