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41. Silas Marner - George Eliot

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The tale of a solitary miser gradually redeemed by the joy of fatherhood, Silas Marner is the most immediately accessible of Eliotís novels.

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42. Snow White - Jacob Ludwig Carl GrimmWilhelm GrimmBrothers Grimm

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Folk tales about a poor girl and her stepmother envious of her beauty existed in many countries of Europe, but it is the tale of Snow White recorded by the brothers Grimm that became the most famous one and inspired many retellings in literature and adaptations in film and television. This edition features beautiful illustrations created in 1905 by Franz Juttner, a German painter, caricaturist, and book illustrator.

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43. Sons and Lovers - D. H. Lawrence, David Herbert Lawrence

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44. Spurgeon on Prayer How to Converse with God (Large Print 16pt) - Charles Haddon Spurgeon

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Eight distinct reader advantages including an audio excerpt download and color timeline.
Great for group study study guide included.
Thousands of Spurgeon's sermons are still read today all over the world.
Charles Spurgeon's writinga are

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45. Summoning the Dead - Tony Black

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With his near-fatal stabbing almost a memory, DI Bob Valentine is settling back into life on the force. Haunted by unearthly visions that appear like waking dreams, he soon understands he is being inducted into one of Scotland's darkest secrets. A young child lies mummified in a barrel. His hands, cable-tied, appear to be locked in prayer. The discovery re-opens a cold case that was previously thought unsolvable. When further remains are unearthed, the facts point to a paedophile ring and a political conspiracy that leads all the way to the most hallowed corridors of power.

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46. Taras Bulba and Other Tales (Large Print) - Nikolai Vasilievich Gogol

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47. Tender is the Night - F. Scott Fitzgerald

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From the author of The Great Gatsby comes a fascinating semi-autobiographical novel in which a marriage unravels.

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48. The Adventure of the Bruce-Partington Plans - Arthur Conan Doyle

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49. The American - Henry James

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In this classic collision of the New World with Old Europe, James weaved a fable of thwarted desire.

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50. The Black Tulip (Large Print) - Alexandre Dumas

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51. The Blue Castle - Lucy Maud Montgomery

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Valancy Stirling is unmarried at 29. Frustrated by her loveless state and stifled by her moralistic family, for years she has been escaping into an imaginary life in her Blue Castle in Spain. Then unexpected news shocks her into asserting her independence and striking out against society's conventions. Her old fantasies seem irrelevant now - but dreams of the Blue Castle are not forgotten as she refocuses her energies on living her life on her own terms. Lucy Maud Montgomery, best known for 'Anne of Green Gables', has created a wonderfully sympathetic heroine in Valancy, engaging the reader fully in her trials and triumphs. A great love of the Canadian wilderness comes pouring out in beautifully evocative prose accompanied with sharp observation of the personalities and attitudes of her characters and the society they inhabit. This new Large Print edition is typeset in a very clear, well-spaced font (18 point Palatino Linotype).

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52. The Chimes (Large Print) - Charles Dickens

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53. The Circle - M. J. Trow

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Intrepid 19th-century private investigators American Matthew Grand and Englishman James Batchelor return in their second mystery.

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54. The Confidence-Man His Masquerade - Professor Herman Melville

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55. The Dawn of A To-morrow (Large Print) - Frances Hodgson Burnett

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56. The Deerslayer - James Fenimore Cooper

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57. The Duke's Children (Large Print) - Anthony Trollope

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58. The Enormous Room - E E Cummings

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59. The Eustace Diamonds (Large Print) - Anthony Trollope

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60. The Flame of the Forest - Sudhin N. Ghose

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‘[Myna] … moved as though sustained by invisible wings attached to her feet. Her whole frame glowed like an incandescent bronze figure. And I recalled that Myna’s name before she became a†kirtani†was the Flame-of-the-Forest ...’

A young scholar in post-Independence Calcutta finds that his life is in the doldrums. He cannot secure a job despite having completed his education with flying colours. Unwilling to steady his drifting, his lover has abandoned him. And, increasingly put off by the clamour for ‘progress’ among the newly liberated city-folk around him, all of whom are quick to dismiss tradition, he finds himself drawn to Myna, a†kirtani†who believes she is a handmaiden to Radha, Lord Krishna’s consort.

In his attempts to make a living, he writes frivolous articles for an American magazine and acts as a part-time secretary to his mentor, the Diwan, a political moderate with waning influence. But when Ek Nambur, a demagogue and Diwan’s political rival, puts the latter under house arrest and comes after the young man, he is forced to make a choice. He can stay on to fight a losing battle or take up Myna’s invitation to join her and become a fellow pilgrim.

A sumptuous tapestry of myth, history and legend,†The Flame of the Forest†is the story of a young adult forced to choose between tradition and modernity, and take up the responsibility of moulding his own life. The concluding novel in Sudhin N. Ghose’s classic quartet,†The Flame of the Forest†was published in 1955 and is being reissued for the first time in more than half a century.

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