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Since its rapid fame in 1813, Pride and Prejudice have stayed one of the most famous books in the English language. Jane Austen referred to this splendid work as "her own darling child" and its enthusiastic and courageous woman, Elizabeth Bennet, "as delightful a creature as ever appeared in print." The heartfelt conflict between the perceptive Elizabeth and her beloved lover, Mr. Darcy, is an amazing presentation of acculturated striking. What's more, Jane Austen's brilliant mind shines as her characters dance a sensitive quadrille of tease and interest, making this book the most wonderful satire of the habits of Regency England.

 
The Merchant of Venice written by William Shakespeare is a drama based in Venice. The story begins with Bassanio's longing to wed Portia, one of the most beautiful and rich women of Belmont. In order to marry her, he needs 3000 ducats. Antonio tells him that he is devoid of the desired money as his ships have not arrived yet. Antonio signs the agreement on seeing that the advance conveys no interest, despite the fact that Bassanio isn't supportive of such an agreement. When it was Bassanio's turn to choose the casket, Nerissa, Portia's maid hints at Bassanio by singing a song as Portia had met him previously and wanted him to win. Bassanio chooses the bronze casket and gets married to Portia. The Duke alludes to the case to Balthazar, a youthful attorney. However, as a matter of fact, that was Portia in disguise. Portia demands Shylock to be benevolent and forgiving. As there was no chance to get out, the court awards consent to Shylock. Shylock was left with no other decision than to acknowledge Bassanio's proposal of cash. Later Antonio gets to know from Portia that his ships have not wrecked and will reach the harbor soon.
 
Romeo and Juliet :This tragic play is composed by one of the stalwarts of writers, William Shakespeare, about two "star-crossed lovers" whose deaths, at last, join their fighting families. The Montagues and the Capulets, Verona's two quarrelling honorable houses, are continually fighting and therefore the Prince of Verona gives a decree that will force a capital punishment on anybody found dueling. Romeo, a Montague is charmed by Rosaline, a niece of Capulet. Romeo is banished from Verona for disregarding the prince's order. However, he consummates his marriage to Juliet. While Romeo is away, the Capulets unknown about Juliet's marriage decide to get her married to Paris who is the prince's cousin. Juliet meets Friar Laurence who helped in their marriage to devise a plan to keep her away from her parent's desires. She acquires a medicine that will allow her to appear dead for 42 hours. Friar Laurence reaches out to Romeo so he can protect her from her tomb. Tragically, Friar Laurence delays, and word arrives at Romeo that Juliet has died. Romeo, misery stricken, chooses to take poison and dies in her tomb. The Montagues and Capulets, when confronted with the terrific truth that their fight has claimed, promise to stop the feud between the two houses.
 
It was among Shakespeare's most famous plays during his lifetime.Othello the moore of venice is a tragic play composed by William Shakespeare, most likely in 1603, set in the contemporary Ottoman-Venetian War period(1570-1573) battling to conquer the Island of Cyprus, beginning around 1489 an ownership of the Venetian Republic. The port city of Famagusta, at last, tumbled to the Ottomans in 1571 after an extended attack. The story revolves around two characters, Othello and Iago. Othello is a Moorish military commandant who was working as a general of the Venetian armed force in Cyprus against attack by Ottoman Turks. He got married to  Desdemona, a lovely and well-off Venetian woman who is younger than himself, against the desires of her father. Iago is Othello's malignant ensign, who perniciously stirs up his lord's envy until the normally apathetic Moor kills his dearest spouse in an attack of mindless fury. Because of its persevering through subjects of enthusiasm, envy, and race, Othello is as yet effective and famous and is broadly performed, with various transformations.
 
 
All's Well that Ends Well : Helena, a ward of the Countess of Roussillon, becomes hopelessly enamored with the Countess's son, Bertram. A little girl of a renowned specialist, and a gifted doctor, Helena cures the King of France-who dreaded he was destined to die and married her. Bertram. The disparity of the marriage gave rise to a war swearing he won't live with his spouse until she can give him a son as a child, and with his ring-two assignments which he trusts not to be possible. Anyway, with the guide of a bed trick, Helena satisfies his errands. But Bertram understands the blunder of his methodologies, and they are reconciled.We are glad to distribute this exemplary book as a feature of our broad Classic Library assortment. A significant number of the books in our assortment have been no longer in production for a long time, and in this way have not been open to the overall population. The point of our publishing program is to work with fast admittance to this immense repository of writing, and our view is that this is a huge artistic work, which should be brought once more into print after numerous many years. The books in by far most of the titles in the Classic Library have been examined from the first works. To guarantee an excellent item, each title has been carefully handled and organized by our staff. Our way of thinking has been directed by a longing to give the reader a book that is just about as close as conceivable to responsibility for unique work. We trust that you will partake in this magnificent exemplary work and that for you it turns into an advancing encounter.
 
One of William Shakespeare's initial comedies, Love's Labour's Lost, follows four Spanish men's endeavors to oppose the charm of four ladies. The title infers the troubles and disillusionments that frequently go with the quest for heartfelt love. The five-act play was written during the 1550s and first performed for Queen Elizabeth I before long. He announces that he and his three aristocrats - Berowne, Longaville, and Dumaine - will take a promise precluding them to act in an epicurean design, which incorporates contemplating love or seeking after ladies. The expectations of the promise incorporate that no lady ought to go inside one mile of the court. This standard applies not exclusively to the three aristocrats, yet to each of the ones who live in the castle. Berowne composes a letter to Lady Rosaline and requests that Costard send it to her. Boyet, an amusing French master who loves tattle, illuminates the women regarding the stunt. The women then intend to play their very own stunt: they will mask themselves as each other. The women let the men that know if they truly love them, they will stand by one year and a day for their return. The men consent to the test. The play closes with Don Armado swearing a similar promise to Jaquenetta.
 
Measure for Measure is a play by British playwright William Shakespeare, first performed in 1604 and collected in the First Folio of 1623. It is viewed as one of Shakespeare's "problem plays" due to its more obscure subjects for a satire and how it isn't effortlessly ordered. It centres around a hopeful sister named Isabella, who is confronted with an unimaginable decision when her sibling is condemned to death for having sex. It had just a single Broadway commitment, in 1973, despite the fact that it was subsequently performed in 1993 at the New York Shakespeare Festival. Duke Vincentio, the pioneer, is hoping to take action against transgression, but he would rather not be viewed as a weighty implementer of sexual regulations. In this way, he reports he's leaving town for an excursion and chooses a representative named Angelo to assume responsibility. Angelo, a famously severe authority, is entrusted with tidying up the city. The regulations in Vienna haven't been upheld in around fourteen years, and Angelo is hoping to make the new request understood. Angelo left Mariana when her settlement was adrift somewhere out in the ocean. The play closes with quiet, on the grounds that nobody is certain assuming Isabella is cheerful, or just needs to turn into a religious woman, and cared very little about anybody's proposition.
 
Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare is considered to have been written in 1598 or 1599. The play was recognised in the First Folio, distributed in 1623.The play is set in Messina and revolves around two heartfelt lovers that arise when a gathering of fighters shows up in the town. The first, between Claudio and Hero, is almost changed by the allegations of the reprobate, Don John. The subsequent sentiment, between Claudio's companion Benedick and Hero's cousin Beatrice, becomes the overwhelming focus as the play goes on, with the two characters' minds and exchanges providing a significant part of the humour.Through "noticing" (seeming like "nothing", and significant tattle, gossip, catching wind of), Benedick and Beatrice are fooled into admitting their adoration for one another, and Claudio is fooled into accepting that Hero is certainly not a lady (virgin). The title's figure of speech references the privileged insights and guile that structure the foundation of the play's parody, interest, and activity.
 
Pericles, Prince of Tyre is a Jacobean play written in parts by William Shakespeare that is remembered for modern versions of his collected works, despite questions about its origins due to its omission from the First Folio. John Gower presents each demonstration with a preamble. The play opens in the court of Antiochus, lord of Antioch, who has offered the hand of his wonderful young daughter to any man who answers his question; however, the individuals who fizzle will die. On the off chance that he uncovers this reality, he will be killed. But assuming he answers incorrectly, he will also be killed. Pericles implies that he knows the response and requests an additional opportunity to think. Antiochus awards him forty days, and afterward sends a professional killer after him. Pericles passes on Helicanus as an official and sails to Tarsus, a city plagued by starvation. A storm wrecks Pericle's boat and washes him up on the shores of Pentapolis. In spite of the fact that his hardware is corroded, Pericles wins the competition and the hand of Thaisa (who is profoundly drawn to him) in marriage. Simonedes at first communicates uncertainty about the association, but before long comes to like Pericles and permits them to wed. The mariners demand that Thaisa's body be set over the edge to quiet the tempest.
 
Shakespeare's King Lear challenges us with the size, force, and sheer span of the aggravation that it addresses. Its figures solidify their hearts, participate in savagery, or attempt to reduce the enduring of others. Lear himself seethes until his mental soundness breaks. What, then, continues taking us back to King Lear? For all the power of its language, King Lear is similarly strong while interpreted, recommending that it is the story, to a great extent, that attracts us to the play.The play educates us regarding families battling among insatiability and savagery, from one viewpoint, and backing and encouragement, on the other. Feelings are outrageous, amplified to monstrous extents. We likewise see advanced age depicted in the entirety of its weakness, pride, and, maybe, shrewdness one explanation this generally annihilating of Shakespeare's misfortunes is additionally maybe his generally moving.
 
Intentions Initially published in 1891 when Wilde was at the peak of his writing career, these splendid articles on art, writing, literature, criticism, and society show the confident poseur's well-known mind and wide learning. The main representative of the English Esthetic development, Wilde promoted "art for art's sake" against critics who contended that art should dive into the morals of every human being. On each page of this assortment, the skilled artistic beautician splendidly exhibits not only the attributes of art are "distinction, charm, beauty, and imaginative power," in addition to that, criticism itself can be raised to a fine art having these very characteristics. In the initial article, Wilde regrets the " decay of Lying as an art, a science, and a social pleasure." He berates present-day artistic pragmatists like Henry James and Emile Zola for their " monstrous worship of facts" and smothering of the creative mind. What makes craftsmanship awesome, he says, is that it is "absolutely indifferent to fact, [art] invents, imagines, dreams, and keeps between herself and reality the impenetrable barrier of beautiful style, of decorative or ideal treatment. "The following article, "Pen, Pencil, and Poison," is an entrancing artistic enthusiasm for the existence of Thomas Griffiths Wainewright, a gifted painter, art critic, classicist, fellow of Charles Lamb, and - a murderer.
 
 
Lady Windermere's Fan' is a social satire or a comedy that glances at the social practices, assumptions, and mannerisms of a time frame. It is likewise a satire or a piece that utilizes humour to condemn what is going on. Written by the well-known and infamous, Oscar Wilde, the play was first placed in London in 1892. Wilde is mocking the privileged and moral perspectives (or scarcity in that department) of that time frame.In the play, the standard tropes of mixed-up personality and lost child found are never settled, and it's inferred that characters don't change, proceeding with their obscure ways. The play jabs fun at the social assumptions of Victorian England's high society and the affinity for its 'do as we say, not as we do attitudes.'
 
Selected Prose of Oscar Wilde :The Black Arrow is so uncreative that it lacks even one boastful anachronism. Dangerously, Dr. Jekyll's metamorphosis reads like an experiment from the Lancet. Meredith has a chaotic, lightning-illuminated aesthetic. He has made himself a romanticist on purpose. Purely enjoyable and imaginative work that deals with the unreal and nonexistent is where art first begins.Life attempts to imitate a kind that a great artist creates in order to recreate it in a common form. With the word "Adsum" on his lips, Mr. Stevenson released The Decay of Lying immediately after The Newcomer. Mr. Wainewright only had a cat as a companion when he passed away in 1852 from apoplexy.The battle continues all day, and when night comes, torches shine near the tents. When Veronese noticed St. Helena at the window, he touched the gold strands that adorned her brow. Those who have found art have the power to predetermine their experiences. Those who have discovered art have the power to predetermine their experiences. The Renaissance's attitude toward the ancient world is depicted in Infessura. For the purpose of such moments, art comes to one vowing to provide nothing but the best to those times.
 
The Duchess of Padua' is a play by Oscar Wilde. It is a five-act sensational tragedy set in Padua and written in a blank verse. It was composed for the female actor Mary Anderson in mid-1883 while in Paris. After she turned it down, it was deserted until its first-ever performance at the Broadway Theater in New York under the title 'Guido Ferranti' on 26 January 1891, where it ran for a long time. It has been seldom performed or studied. Guido gets a notice to meet a man in Padua concerning something concerning his parentage. When he shows up in Padua he is persuaded by a man named, Moranzone, to forsake his only friend, Ascanio, to destine himself to vindicate his father's murder committed by Simone Gesso, the Duke of Padua. Over the play, Guido observes he has become hopelessly enamored with Beatrice, the title character, and trusts his affection for her, an adoration which she returns. While heading to the bed-chamber, Guido comes across Beatrice, who herself killed the Duke so she may accompany Guido. Guido is dismayed at the transgression committed for his sake and leaves Beatrice, assuring that their affection has been spoilt. She runs away and when she comes across certain gatekeepers, she asserts that Guido killed the Duke.
 
Master and Man" (Russian: Хозяин и работник) is a story by Leo Tolstoy (1895).It occurred in the 'seventies in winter, on the day after St. Nicholas' Day. There was a fete in the church and the landlord, Vasili Andreevich Brekhunov, a Second Guild merchant, being an elder member of the church needed to go to the chapel and had to look after his family members and friends at home. Yet, when the last of them had gone, he without a moment's delay started to get ready to drive over to see an adjoining owner about woods which he had been dealing with for quite a while. He was present in a rush to begin, in case purchasers from the town could prevent him from making a beneficial purchase.
 
Before Adam is a novel written by Jack London in 1906. It is entirely different from London's other books. It rotates around the fantasies of a young man, dreams that include racial recollections and the information on his earlier presence as a manlike animal named Big Tooth living in ancient times. It has given a vivid picture view of prehistoric man's  life, transformation of  man's selfdom to cave dwellers. To show the advancement of life, fire people and animal like tree people are also describe in the novel. Uniqueness of the novel is sharing fears, struggles and adventures of prehistoric man's life. The author admirably mixes science and literature and inspires to learn something new.
 
The House of Pride is a striking setting in Edmund Spenser's incredible sonnet The Faerie Queene (1590, 1596). The activities of cantos IV and V in Book I happen there, and perusers have related the construction with a few moral stories appropriate to the sonnet.
 
Our Mutual Friend, last accomplished novel by Charles Dickens, printed in series in 1864-65 and in book form in 1865. Sometimes analysed to Bleak House because of its theme. Our Mutual Friend is essentially a review of Victorian economic system and social stratum. London is depicted as gloomy than earlier, and the fraudulent complacency, and superficiality of "respectable" society are franticly condemned. The story of the novel Our Mutual Friend illustrates the lust for money and increasing corruption in the society. People enjoying comforts of the life by using unethical means to fulfil dreams of their life.
 
The Law and the Lady : It is a classic Victorian era mystery thriller, written by author Wilkie Collins, published in 1875. The story is all about the mystery solving efforts of Valeria Woodville. Valeria Briton marries to Eustace Woodville facing the opposition of his family. While she is ready to go on her honeymoon trip, she discovers some secrets of her husband's past life. He doesn't want to discuss the things, they postpones their honeymoon. She came to know that he has been using a false name Woodville, his real surname is Macallan. He is a married man and accused of poisoning his first wife. Feeling ashamed he is hiding his true identity. Due to unproven verdict, he is a suspecting culprit, neither convicted nor cleared. Valeria trusts him so she decides to prove her husband's innocence. She sets out to find out the truth with the help from her true old friend and mother-in-law. Even though Eustace doesn't co-operate Valeria, she has incredible love, strength and determination.
 
Wilkie Collins' novel  The Evil Genius is first published in the year 1886. He highlights various social and family issues like class stigma, religion, remarriage, child custody, heritance right, divorce and infidelity in this novel. In the beginning of the story, Captain Roderick Westerfield faced a trial of diamond theft and insurance fraud. His wife left her daughter Sydeny with her aunt  and moves to States with her son. After distressing childhood and youth Sydney Westerfield becomes the governess of pretty Kitty, daughter of Herbert and Catherine Linely. Story takes a turn when Sydney and Herbert fall in love, situations become crucial, Sydney leaves the house but due to illness of Kitty she comes back. Seeing the adversity Catherine leaves Herbert and asks for divorce. But things are not easy for her because society behaves differently to a divorced woman and her child. Meanwhile  Captain Bennydeck meets  Catherine feeling love for her, he wants to marry her but when he came to know about her divorce he withdraws his proposal. In the end Sydney left Herbert, Kitty unites Catherine and Herbert. Sydeny  becomes Bennydeck's secretary and hopefully his life partner.

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