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The Great Gatsby
The Great Gatsby F. Scott Fitzgerald
The great American novel, now in Penguin Black Classics.
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Pride And Prejudice
Pride And Prejudice Jane Austen
Celebrate International Women's Day with the original rebel girls!
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Dracula
Dracula Bram Stoker
The original vampire story - Dracula is still guaranteed to horrify
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Amerika
Amerika Franz Kafka
A lyrical translation of Kafka's first novel - a menacing allegory of modern life.
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The Origin of Species
The Origin of Species Charles Darwin
A series of special editions of the best popular science books to explore the patterns of our planet. Designed by Patternity, the award-winning creative studio and pattern consultancy.
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Bacchae
Bacchae Euripides Euripides
A bold new translation of this shockingly modern classic work by Forward Prize-winning poet, Robin Robertson
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Daniel Deronda
Daniel Deronda George Eliot
George Eliot's final novel is an extraordinary, keen and yet tender examination of two very different lives.
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Oliver Twist
Oliver Twist Charles Dickens
A beautiful Puffin Deluxe hardback classics edition.
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Kurt Vonnegut: Letters
Kurt Vonnegut: Letters Kurt Vonnegut
Sixty years of Vonnegut's life seen through his brilliant, entertaining letters
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Reflections
Reflections Graham Greene
A varied and stimulating collection of essays from one of the twentieth century's greatest writers
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Frankenstein
Frankenstein Mary Shelley
A beautiful hardback edition of Mary Shelley's Gothic horror classic, Frankenstein, to coincide with the 200th anniversary of the book's publication
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The Collected Poems
The Collected Poems Robert Frost
‘Frost was the first American poet who could honestly be reckoned a master-poet by world standards’ Robert Graves
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Hemingway on War
Hemingway on War Ernest Hemingway
A unique and captivating collection of Hemingway's writings on war, including extracts from his unparalleled war novels, some classic short stories, an extract from his only full-length play and a range of his war journalism
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Street Haunting and Other Essays
Street Haunting and Other Essays Virginia Woolf
An exclusive collection of Virginia Woolf's most entertaining, thought-provoking and infectiously witty essays
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Great Expectations
Great Expectations Charles Dickens
The mysterious tale of an orphan who is made into a gentleman, with one of the best opening scenes you'll ever read!
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War Stories
War Stories Sebastian Faulks
A unique anthology that brings together the best fictional writing about war in the last century
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Ivanhoe
Ivanhoe Walter Scott
Jousts, kidnappings, duels to the death, a mysterious Black Knight and the gallant outlaw Robin of Locksley all add zest to this timeless tale of medieval romance and adventure.
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Waverley
Waverley Walter Scott
Read the first historical novel - this tale of romance and adventure during the 1745 Jacobite rebellion will stir the blood and warm the heart.
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War And Peace
War And Peace Leo Tolstoy
In War and Peace (1868-9), Tolstoy entwines grand themes - conflict and love, birth and death, free will and fate - with unforgettable scenes of nineteenth-century Russia, to create a magnificent epic of human life in all its imperfection and grandeur.
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Song Of Myself
Song Of Myself Walt Whitman
One of the best-known and most stirring American poems, brilliantly edited by Stephen Mitchell, now available in the Shambhala Pocket Library series.
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A Vindication of the Rights of Woman
A Vindication of the Rights of Woman Mary Wollstonecraft
A key work of proto-feminism, Mary Wollstonecraft's readable and impassioned argument is as relevant today as it was 200 years ago.
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Doctor Thorne
Doctor Thorne Anthony Trollope
Doctor Thorne, considered by Trollope to be the best of his works, is a telling examination of the relationship between money and morality. It recounts the story of the son of a bankrupt landowner, Frank Gresham, who is intent on marrying his beloved Mary Thorne despite her illegitimacy and apparent poverty. 
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