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Authors, their works, and nationality

Chinua Achebe Things Fall Apart -and- Anthills of the Savannah Nigerian
Richard Adams The Plague Dogs -and- Watership Down (blank)
Aeschylus The Seven Against Thebes -and- Prometheus Bound -and- Oresteia [Agamemnon, Libation Bearers, and Eumenides] Ancient Greek
James Agee A Death in the Family American
Edward Albee Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? American
Louisa May Alcott Little Women -and- Little Men American
Sherwood Anderson Winesburg, Ohio -and- Dark Laughter American
Aristophanes The Birds -and- The Frogs -and- Lysistrata -and- The Clouds Ancient Greek
William Armstrong Sounder -and- Sour Land (blank)
W. H. (Wystan Hugh) Auden The Age of Anxiety English
Jane Austen Sense and Sensibility -and- Pride and Prejudice -and Mansfield Park -and- Emma -and- Northanger Abbey English
Richard Bach Jonathan Livingston Seagull (blank)
James Baldwin Go Tell it on the Mountain -and- If Beale Street Could Talk African-American
Honore de Balzac The Human Comedy French
Sir James M. Barrie Peter Pan Scottish
L. Frank Baum The Wonderful Wizard of Oz American
Samuel Beckett Waiting for Godot -and- Endgame (blank)
Edward Bellamy Looking Backward American
Saul Bellow The Adventures of Augie March -and- Herzog -and- Humboldt's Fift -and- Henderson the Rain King
Peter Benchley Jaws
Steven Vincent Benét The Devil and Daniel Webster -and- John Brown's Body -and- Western Star American
Earl Biggers The House Without a Key American
William Blake Songs of Innocence -and- Songs of Experience -and- The Marriage of Heaven and Hell -and- "The Tiger" English
Ray Bradbury Something Wicked This Way Comes -and- Fahrenheit 451 -and- The Martian Chronicles -and- The Illustrated Man -and- Dandelion Wine -and- The October Country -and- I Sing the Body Electric American
James Boswell Life of Johnson Scottish
Anne Bronté (Acton Bell) Agnes Grey -and- Tenant of Wildfell Hall English
Charlotte Bronté (Currer Bell) Jane Eyre English
Emily Bronté Wuthering Heights English
Gwendolyn Brooks Annie Allen -and- A Street in Bronzeville -and- "We Real Cool" American
Elizabeth Barrett Browning Sonnets from the Portuguese -and- "How do I love thee? Let me count the ways." English
Robert Browning Bells and Pomegranates -and- The Ring and the Book -and Men and Women -and- "Fra Lippo Lippi" -and- "My Last Duchess" -and- "How They Brought the Good News from Ghent to Aix" English
Pearl S. Buck The Good Earth American
Edward Bulwer-Lytton The Last Days of Pompeii -and- Rienzi English
John Bunyan Pilgrim's Progress English
Robert Burns "Auld Lang Syne -and- "To a Mouse" -and- "Tam O'Shanter" Scottish
Samuel Butler Erewhon -and- The Way of All Flesh English
Lord Byron, George Gordon Childe Harold's Pilgrimage -and- Don Juan English
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