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    I Say No  Wilkie Collins

    Wilkie Collins (1824—1889) — English writer and playwright, one of the founders of the detective genre. «I Say No» is a typical English Victorian novel. This novel has everything — love and adventure, intrigue and detective story. Bright characters, a fascinating description of the feelings of th...

    The House of the Seven Gables  Nathaniel Hawthorne

    «The House of the Seven Gables» is a Gothic novel by the American writer Nathaniel Hawthorne (1804—1864). The author discusses the past and present of New England and addresses the themes of guilt, retribution, and atonement. This is a story about the relationship of two genera. A gloomy and unco...

    Jane Eyre  Charlotte Bronte

    Jane Eyre, the protagonist tof the novel of the same name by British writer Charlotte Bronte (1816—1855), was raised in an orphanage. Having received an excellent education, the girl gets a job as a governess in the family of a wealthy Mr. Rochester. After a while, Jane begins to realize that Roc...

    «Frankenstein» is an epistolary Gothic novel by the English writer Mary Shelley (1797—1851). The book is about Victor Frankenstein, who managed to comprehend the mystery of the origin of life and learn to revive lifeless matter. Later he renounces his creation, but the nameless monster begins to ...

    The novel «The Cricket of the Hearth» by the English writer Charles Dickens (1812—1870) belongs to the series of «Christmas stories». This is a story about a happy driver’s family. Dramatic events caused by the appearance of a stranger threaten the happiness of the family. However, magical creatu...

    The Chimes (Дзвони)  Charles Dickens

    The novel «The Chimes» by the Englishman Charles Dickens (1812—1870) belongs to the series of «Christmas stories». After talking to the judge, Toby begins to believe that all the poor are bad from birth. However, the spirits of church bells with the help of magic change Toby himself as well as th...

    «The Adventures of Tom Sawyer» is a novel by Mark Twain (1835—1910). The story describes the adventures of a boy named Tom Sawyer from the town of St. Petersburg (reminiscent of the town of Hannibal, where the author grew up) in the southern United States. The events of the novel take place on th...

    «Also sprach Zarathustra» — ist das Werk des deutschen Philosophen Friedrich Nietzsche (1844—1900). Es erzahlt vom Schicksal und den Lehren eines wandernden Philosophen, der sich Zarathustra nennt, den Namen des Propheten einer der altesten Religionen der Welt, basierend auf der Lehre von der fre...

    Bruder Grimm — Jacob (1785—1863) und Wilhelm (1786—1859) — deutsche Linguisten und weltberuhmte Geschichtenerzahler. Seit ihrer Studienzeit sammeln sie Volksgeschichten, Legenden und verarbeiten sie fur ihre Zeitgenossen. Die Marchen der Bruder Grimm sind so realistisch und hochst moralisch, dass...

    Друга частина роману «Маленькі жінки» американської письменниці Луїзи Мей Елкотт (1832—1888) — продовжує розповідь про чотирьох сестер сімейства Марч – Маргарет, Джо, Бет і Еммі. У романі частково використані дитячими спогади авторки. Second part of «Little Women» by American author Louisa May ...

    Перша частина роману «Маленькі жінки» американської письменниці Луїзи Мей Елкотт (1832—1888) — це розповідь про чотирьох сестер сімейства Марч – Маргарет, Джо, Бет і Еммі, які народилися у небагатій сім’ї, навчилися долати труднощі та чекають на батька з війни. «Little Women» is a novel by Ameri...

    «… It's what's inside of us that makes us turn out the way we do» — the phrase embedded in the mouth of one of the heroes of the story, became the leitmotif of the most famous work of O. Henry (1862—1910) «The Roads We Take». Conciseness of presentation, subtle humor, unusual plot and unpredicta...

    «Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There» is a continuation of Lewis Carroll's tale (1832—1898) about the incredible adventures of the girl Alice. In an amazing chess country, where everything is the other way round, the girl is waiting for many mysteries and strange characters. But...

    The Fairy Tales  Oscar Wilde

    Oscar Wilde (1854—1900) — Anglo-Irish writer, an outstanding master of paradox and satirical nonsense. Reflections on good, evil and beauty are inherent in Wilde’s «The Fairy Tales». They are characterized by incredible fantasy, humanistic mood and ironic manner of presentation. Оскар Вайлд (185...

    Jerome K. Jerome (1859—1927) was an English humorist. The situations he portrayed from the lives of ordinary Englishmen in his work «Three Men in a Boat (To Say Nothing of the Dog)» are still witty. Any minor thing — from packing to trying to open a can with food — can cause a number of adventure...

    The Hound of the Baskervilles  Arthur Conan Doyle

    The outstanding English writer Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1859-1930) is mostly famous as a creator of the extraordinary detective Sherlock Holmes who always finds the guilty ones and defends the innocent, even when he has to face the mysterious evil at the swamp. Видатний англійський письменник сер...

    The Gold-bug  Edgar Allan Poe

    A collection of detective and mystery stories written by famous American writer Edgar Allan Poe (1809—1849) who is considered one of the founders of science fiction and science detective genres. It includes a great number of mysteries that can be solved with scientific methods and unlimited imagi...

    The most famous and popular novel of English writer Oscar Wilde (1854—1900). Dorian Gray is a very attractive young man who wishes to make a link between his soul and his portrait so that the picture gets old but he stays young forever. However, not only the picture gets older instead of him — it...

    The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes  Arthur Conan Doyle

    The outstanding English writer, publicist and journalist Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1859-1930) wrote historical, adventure and fiction novels. But he entered world literature as the creator of the extraordinary detective Sherlock Holmes, for whom there are no hopeless cases. Перу видатного англійсь...

    White Fang  Jack London

    «White Fang» is an adventure novel by American writer Jack London (1876—1916). The main character is a wolf named White Fang. It is a story of a wolf that was tamed in times of gold fever on Alaska. A big part of the story is shown from animals’ perspective. «Біле Ікло» — пригодницький роман аме...