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The story is about a boy Dicky Perrot who is born in the slums of East London. Due to poverty, Perrot gets involved in activities like theft and robbery.
A Christmas Carol, which is a Christmas ghost story, opens up on a frigid Christmas Eve in London.
A Little Princess is one of Frances’ most-loved novels penned by Frances Hodgson Burnett, an English-American playwright & author.
Tracing its roots back to the medieval era in the Arabian Peninsula, Arabian Nights is a collection of 34 short stories that are aimed towards teaching morals.
Black Beauty is an autobiographical book written by Anna Sewell.
Bohemians of the Latin Quarter is a reflection of what he went through as a desperate, struggling, poor writer on the streets of Paris.
The Novel is set in the financial country village of Highbury and the surrounding estates of Hartfield, Randalls, and Downwell Abby.
One day a legal counselor named Jaggers shows up with odd news: a mysterious sponsor has given Pip an enormous fortune
Published in 1881, Heidi is a children’s fiction novel by Swiss author Johanna Spyri, the novel revolves around the life events of a 5-year-old orphan girl Heidi.
‘Secret Garden’ is initiated by an Anglo-American Novelist and playwright Frances Hodgson Burnett, she is best known for her amusing work on children’s novels & literature.
The story is about a rich man, Charles Egremont, and a poor girl, Sybil coming from two opposite backgrounds
The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald is a classic novel in first person narration
The Jungle Book stories are set around the adventurous journey of Mowgli, who lived with a pack of wolves
“The Old Man and the Sea” is the last major work of fiction written by Ernest Hemingway
Edith Nesbit’s children’s narrative book ‘The Railway Children’ was serialized in a London magazine in 1905
The story begins with ‘Tom’, a young chimney sweep, who toils under the misery of his harrowing work and cruel master until fairies arrive to turn him into a water baby
This Comic Memoir is about a two-week boating trip on the Thames river from Kingston to Oxford and back
Wuthering Heights is a story of immense love, romance, revenge, and greed that leaves the reader all shocked.