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    by David Damrosch

    A transporting and illuminating voyage around the globe, told through eighty classic and modern books.

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    by John Steinbeck

    First published in 1945, Cannery Row focuses on the acceptance of life as it is—both the exuberance of community and the loneliness of the individual. John Steinbeck draws on his memories of the real inhabitants of Monterey, California, and interweaves their stories in this world where only the fittest survive—creating what is at once one of his most humorous and poignant works.

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    by Charles Bukowski

    Mockingbird Wish Me Luck captures glimpses of Charles Bukowski’s view on life through his poignant poetry: the pain, the hate, the love, and the beauty. He writes of lechery and pain while still being able to find its beauty.

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    by Charles Bukowski

    “It began as a mistake.” By middle age, Henry Chinaski has lost more than twelve years of his life to the U.S. Postal Service.

     

     

     

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    by Francis Spufford

    By the award-winning (and famously unpredictable) author of The Child That Books Built and Backroom Boys, Red Plenty is as ambitious as Sputnik, as uncompromising as an Aeroflot flight attendant – and as different from what you were expecting as a glass of Soviet champagne.

     

     

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    by John Updike

    On a spring day in Vermont, seventy-nine-year-old painter Hope Chafetz tells the story of her life to Kathryn, a young interviewer from New York.

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    by Tom Wolfe

    Tom Wolfe’s much-discussed kaleidoscopic non-fiction novel chronicles the tale of novelist Ken Kesey and his band of Merry Pranksters. In the 1960s, Kesey led a group of psychedelic sympathizers around the country in a painted bus, presiding over LSD-induced “acid tests” all along the way.

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    by Ford Madox Ford

    “A Tale of Passion,” as its subtitle declares, The Good Soldier relates the complex social and sexual relationships between two couples, one English, one American, and the growing awareness by the American narrator John Dowell of the intrigues and passions behind their orderly Edwardian facade.
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    by F. Scott Fitzgerald

    A true classic of 20th-century literature and one of America’s best-loved and iconic novels.

     

     

     

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    by George Eliot

    With its poignant portrayal of sibling relationships, The Mill on the Floss is considered George Eliot’s most autobiographical novel; it is also one of her most powerful and moving.
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    by Ella Berthoud

    A novel is a story transmitted from the novelist to the reader. It offers distraction, entertainment, and an opportunity to unwind or focus. But it can also be something more powerful—a way to learn about how to live. Read at the right moment in your life, a novel can—quite literally—change it.

     

     

     

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    by Harper Lee

    To Kill a Mockingbird is a coming-of-age story, an anti-racist novel, a historical drama of the Great Depression and a sublime example of the Southern writing tradition.