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Japan in World History

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The World and the West

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"A Home Away from Home" and Other Stories

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Good-Bye, Mr. Chips

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The Intellectual Life

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To Please His Wife & The Son's Veto

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David Copperfield

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The Poems of Emily Dickinson

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Daisy Miller

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Samson Agonistes

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A Guide to Berlin and Other Stories

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English Poems Pure and Simple

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Japanese Fairy Tales

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A Study in Black

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Hamlet

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Hardy's Poems

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Mothers and Daughters

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In the Midst of Life

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The Autobiography

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Babylon Revisited & Winter Dreams

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Delta Autumn and Three Other Stories

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Beyond Culture

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Selected Poems of Walt Whitman

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The Lost Phoebe & Free

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Paul's Case & Neighbour Rosicky

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Prose Tales

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The Magic Barrel & Other Stories

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Macbeth

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A Midsummer Night's Dream

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