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Considered to be great examples of American literature, Mark Twain’s books are appealing because of the sense of adventure his characters evoke.
A boarding school series makes one all nostalgic! The Hill School Girls follows the exciting and challenging school lives of the four main characters.
It is a truth universally acknowledged that if you are a lover of literature, you’ve got to have read Austen. Any wonder why Jane Austen is still relevant today?
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