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Top 10 Books Sugestions
  1. The Elements of Law Natural and Politic Thomas Hobbes
  2. Book: A Good Humor Hans  Christian Andersen
  3. The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes  Arthur Conan Doyle |  
  4. Book: The Interpretation of Dreams  Sigmund Freud
  5. The Spirit of Love William Law
  6. A Tale of Two Cities A Story of the French Revolution  Charles Dickens
  7. On Loving God Saint Bernard de Clairvaux
  8. The Whole Truth and Nothing But  Hedda Hopper and James Brough
  9. Book: A Doll’s House  Henrik Ibsen 
  10. Moby-Dick; or The Whale  Herman Melville 
Reading is all about acquiring meaning; for enjoyment, information and understanding. Every time you finish a book - do always choose a harder one next time?
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Top 10 selected books
  1. The Prince Author: Nicolo Machiavelli | 
  2. Metamorphosis Author: Franz Kafka
  3. Book: The Odyssey  Author: Homer
  4. Grimms’ Fairy Tales Author: Jacob Grimm and Wilhelm Grimm
  5. The Great Gatsby  Author: F. Scott Fitzgerald
  6. Straight to the Goal; Or, Nick Carter’s Queer Challenge Author: Nick Carter
  7. Book: Anthem  Author: Ayn Rand |
  8. Book Adventures of Huckleberry Finn  Author: Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
  9. The Souls of Black Folk  Author: W. E. B. Du Bois
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Top 10 Books suggested
  1. Book: A Modest Proposal by Jonathan Swift 
  2. The Yellow Wallpaper  Charlotte Perkins Gilman 
  3. Dracula Bram Stoker  
  4. Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland Author: Lewis Carroll
  5. The Vampire of the Continent   Ernst zu Reventlow
  6. The Book of Gallant Vagabonds   Henry Beston
  7. De Cive  Thomas Hobbes
  8. Book: Leviathan by Thomas Hobbes
  9. The Raven  Edgar Allan Poe
  10. Book: Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra  

Top featured books

  1. Jane Eyre an Autobiography  Charlotte Brontë
  2. Book: Walden  Henry David Thoreau
  3.  Capital: A Critique of Political Economy - Volume I Karl Marx
  4. The Decameron of Giovanni Boccaccio  Giovanni Boccaccio
  5. Book: Frankenstein by Mary Wollstonecraft (Godwin) Shelley
  6. Camoens: the lyric poet: address at Vasar College on April, 1909 Joaquim Nabuco
  7. Book: On Loving God by Saint Bernard de Clairvaux
  8. The Book Collector Charles Nodier
  9. The Witch’s Head  H. Rider Haggard
  10. A Simple Story   Mrs. Inchbald
  11. Strictly Business  O. Henry
  12. Facts and Assertions: or a Brief and Plain Exhibition of the Incongruity of the Peculiar 0
  13. The American National Red Cross Bulletin, Vol. I, No. 2, April, 1906 Author: The American 
  14. The Lake of Wine  Bernard Edward Joseph Capes
  15. Historical Record of the Thirty-fourth, or the Cumberland Regiment of Foot  Cannon,
  16. Historical record of the Thirteenth, First Somerset, or the Prince Albert's   Cannon, Richard, 1779-1865
  17. The Confessions of Harry Lorrequer   Charles James Lever
  18. Blackie's Books for Young People, 1899   Blackie & Son
  19. Book: A Letter from the Fire Being an account of the Great Chicago Fire by Thomas D. Foster
  20. The Little Review, September 1915 (Vol. 2, No. 6)  Various
  21. Book: The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne |
  22. Book: Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

With so many classic books to read, there's something for everyone. From high sea adventures to romances, these classics deliver.

If people are still reading the book 50 years after it was published then it's probably on its way to being a classical book.


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Books are at the core of a classical, liberal arts education. Today, it has always been thetradition for students to develop a personal library of books that they mark in, keep and return to during their timeat and which they will be able to treasure for years to come. We call these books “Classics to Keep”.

 
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