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Au bonheur des dames
Au bonheur des dames (Folio edition) Emile Zola-Paradise for Ladies En face de la pauvre boutique du père Baudu, se dresse dans toute son arrogance le Bonheur des Dames, nouveau temple de la consommation féminine. Dans le Paris haussmannien
Top 10 Best Book Club Books
Best book club picks for your next book chat! A combination of bestseller, mystery, classic, and inspirational. Highly recommended books you'll love.
Wilkie Collins, author of The Moonstone, considered one of the first English detective novels. Read more about it at http://readinginthegarden.blogspot.com/2013/10/the-moonstone-by-wilkie-collins.html
Hurrah for Historical Fiction
Awesome installation at The New York Public Library
50 of the Best Books You Haven’t Read by Authors You Already Love
Ian McEwan, The Cement Garden Everyone’s heard of Atonement (hey, didn’t that movie win an Oscar?) and likely Amsterdam, McEwan’s 1998 Man Booker winner. But much underrated is his first effort, 1978’s The Cement Garden, a taut, dark psychological novel about four children alone. He didn’t have that “Ian Macabre” nickname for nothing..
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Historic 19th and 20th century novels for teenagers
I love reading books on the holocaust or anything historical. you can almost relive what they write.
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