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1) Oliver Twist
"Orphaned at birth to labor in a workhouse, Oliver Twist is barely ten when he flees for London. There he befriends young Jack Dawkins, who educates the innocent Oliver in the ways of survival. When Jack draws Oliver into a gang of juvenile pickpockets, tutored by the unscrupulous Fagin, Oliver's corruptive influences grow. But for a boy taught only wrong, Oliver must hold on to what he knows is right. In Oliver Twist, Charles Dickens furiously condemns...
Lewis Carroll's "Through the Looking Glass" is the follow-up story to his classic children's tale "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" and it is no exaggeration to say that, over the years, it has become just as popular and beloved as his first book. When the original story became a publishing sensation in 1865, renowned for its imaginative characters, creative and incisive use of language and keen wit, Carroll set to work on the sequel and the result...
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