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Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland is an 1865 novel written by Lewis Carroll. He tells the story of a young girl named Alice who tumbles down a rabbit hole into a fantasy world colonized by unusual creatures, including the famous Mad Hatter.…

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Alice's Adventures in Wonderland is a widely popular and classic children's tale written by the renowned English author Lewis Carroll. The famous novel follows a curious young girl named Alice, who meets various colorful and eccentric characters in a…

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Erasmus Darwin’s The Botanic Garden was praised as a bestseller, and it was originally published in two volumes in 1792. Part Two: The Loves of the Plants was published in 1789, and Part One: The Economy of Vegetation was published in 1791…

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Through the Looking Glass is the sequel to Lewis Carroll's popular Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. The book follows Alice as she explores the Looking-Glass World. This copy is a People's edition, published by Macmillan and Co. The publication date…

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Originally published in French under the title Voyage de l’Arabie Heureuse, La Roque’s travel narrative of his exploits in Arabia combines with a history of the coffee trade in this English translation of A Voyage to Arabia: the Happy. La…

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Bleak House is one of Dickens’ most famous novels. Bleak House centers around a legal dispute known as Jarndyce and Jarndyce. Readers are introduced to a panoply of characters, each of whom is shown to have some connection to the case in one way or…

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Cranford is a collection of satirical stories about life in the countryside in Victorian-era England. It was initially published in 1853 as a full novel, though before this it was published serially in Household Words, which was edited by Charles…

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4th ed., corr., to which are added four new dialogues. Dialogues XXVI-XXVIII are "by another hand" i.e., Elizabeth Montagu.

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As described by the Oxford English Dictionary, a fable is “a short story devised to convey some useful lesson; esp. one in which animals or inanimate things are the speakers or actors”. The dictionary then attributes the origin of the word to…
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