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Lit #4

WorkAuthor
Tobacco Road Caldwell
In Cold Blood Capote
The Age of Anxiety Auden
A Man in Full Wolfe
A Stropshire Lad Housman
Death, be not proud John Donne
To a Waterfowl Bryant
Promotheus Bound Aeschylus
Jabberwocky Carroll
The Hollow Men T.S. Eliot
Areopagitica Milton
Beyond the Horizon O'Neill
The Skin of our Teeth Wilder
The Man who would be King Kipling
The Jungle Book Kipling
The Rivals Sheridan
The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon Irving
The Open Boat Crane
The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras Twain
Siddhartha Hesse
The Cask of Amontillado Poe
Dubliners Joyce
I Ching Confucius
Their Eyes Were Watching God Zora Neale Hurston
Looking Backward Bellamy
The Emperor Jones O'Neill
The Name of the Rose Eco
The Screwtape Letters Lewis
A Study in Scarlet Conan Doyle
The tyger Blake
General William Booth Enters into Heaven Lindsay
Rob Roy Scott
The Masque of the Red Death Poe
The House of Mirth Wharton
The Flies Sartre
The Ballad of the Sad Cafe McCullers
Typee Melville
Homeward Ends Forster
The Ambassadors James
Lady Chatterly's Lover D.H. Lawrence
The Mystery of Edwin Drood Dickens
Rappaccini's Daughter Hawthorne
The Beggar's Opera John Gay
R.U.R. Capek
The Bald Soprano Ionesco
Juneteenth Ellison
The Threepenny Opera Kurt Weill(Libretto by Bertolt Brecht)
Tropic of Cancer Henry Miller
The Devil and Daniel Webster benet
Mosses from an Old Manse Hawthorne
Show Boat Ferber
The Man who Came to Dinner Kaufman and Hart
No Longer at Ease Achebe
Mrs. Warren's Profession Shaw
Washington Square James
The Iron Heel Jack London
The Web and the Rock Wolfe
The Seven Pillars of Wisdom T.E. Lawrence
Brideshead Revisited Waugh
The Imaginary Invalid Moliere
The Moon and Sixpence Maugham
Go Tell it on the mountain Baldwin
The Fixer Malamud
The Room with a View Forster
The Naked and the Dead Mailer
Pierre, or the Ambiguities Melville
White--Jacket Melville
The Charterhouse of Parma Stendhal
Sons and Lovers D.H. Lawrence
The Vicar of Wakefield Goldsmith
Sanctuary Faulkner
The English Patient Ondaatje
The Four Million O Henry
The Trojan Women Euripedes
jazz Morrison
Homage to Catalonia Orwell
Crossing Brooklyn Ferry Whitman
Paul Revere's Ride Longfellow
The Thing Man Hammett
Ecclesiastes Solomon
YOu Can't Take it with You Kaufman and Hart
The Dunciad Pope
Winterset Anderson
The Odd Couple Neil Simon
The Heiress Burgoyne
Ragtime E.L. Doctorow
Mrs. Dalloway Virginia Woolf
The Persians Aeschylus
The Gold Bug Poe
Song of Solomon Morrison
Brand Ibsen
Madame Bovary Falubert
The Mill on the Floss George Eliot
An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge Ambrose Bierce
The Alhambra Irving
Rhinoceres Ionesco
The Importance of being Earnest Wilde
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