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Books and Authors

Karen's Literature Books

Aeschylus Prometheus
Aristophanes Lysistrata
Euripides Medea
Homer Odyssey
Horace Odes
Ovid Metamorphoses
Sappho Hymn of Aphrodite
Sophocles Oedipus Tyrannus (Oedipus Rex)
Virgil The Aeneid
Unknown Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
Unknown Beowulf
Unknown Everyman
Geoffrey Chaucer The Canterbury Tales
John Gower Vox Clemantis
Margery Kemp The Book of Margery Kemp
Sir Thomas Mallory Le Morte D'Arthur
William Langland Piers Plowman
Ben Jonson To Celia
Christopher Marlowe Dr. Faustus
Edmund Spenser The Faerie Queen
John Donne A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning
John Milton Paradise Lost
Michael Drayton Since There's No Help, Come Let Us Kiss and Part
Sir Philip Sidney Astrophel And Stella
Sir Thomas Wyatt They Flee From Me
William Shakespeare The Merchant of Venice
Alexander Pope The Rape of the Lock
Anne Bradstreet The Author to Her Book
Daniel Defoe Robinson Crusoe
Henry Fielding Tom Jones
John Dryden Mac Flecknoe
John Gay The beggar's Opera
Jonathan Swift Guilliver's Travels
Robert Herrick To the Virgins, to Make Much of Time
Thomas Gray An Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard
William Congreve The Way of the World
Charles Dickens Great Expectations
Charlotte Bronte Jane Eyre
Emily Dickinson Because I could not stop for Death
George Eliot Middlemarch
Herman Melville Moby Dick
Jane Austen Emma
John Keats To Autumn
Kate Chopin The Awakening
Mark Twain Huck Finn
Mary Shelly Frankenstein
Nathaniel Hawthorn The Scarlet Letter
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Rime of the ancient Mariner
Thomas Hardy Tess of the D'Urbervilles
Walt Whitman O Captain! My Captain!
William Wordsworth The Word is Too Much With Us
Alice Walker The Color Purple
Anne Sexton Cinderella
Arthur Miller The Crucible
ee. cummings anyone lived in a pretty how town
Ernest Hemingway A Farewell to Arms
F. Scott Fitzgerald The Great Gatsby
Gwendolyn Brooks We Real Cool
J.D. Salinger Catcher in the Rye
James Joyce Ulysses
John Steinbeck The Grapes of Wrath
Langston Hughes Theme for English B
Robert Frost Fire and Ice
Sylvia Plath The Bell Jar
T.S. Eliot The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock
Virginia Woolf Mrs. Dalloway
Wilfred Owen Anthem for Doomed Youth
William Butler Yeats The Second Coming
William Faulkner The Sound and the Fury
William Blake The Chimney Sweeper
John Donne Batter My heart, Three-Personed God
Taniguchi Bunson The Piercing Chill I Feel
Elizabeth Bishop The Fish
Sylvia Plath Metaphors
Alfred Tennyson Break, Break, Break
Michael Drayton Since There's No Help, Come Let Us Kiss and Part
Edna St. Vincent Millay What Lips My Lips Have Kissed, and Where, and Why
Sherman Alexie Indian Boy Love Song
Percy Bysshe Shelly Ozymandias
Geoffrey Chaucer Merciless Beauty
Robert Herrick To the Virgins to Make Much of Time
William Shakespeare That Time of Year Thou Mayst in Me Behold
Dylan Thomas Fern Hill
Mary Sidney Wroth In this Strange Labyrinth
William Faulkner A Rose for Emily
Alice Walker Everyday Use
Shirley Jackson The Lottery
Kate Chopin The Story of an Hour
Nathaniel Hawthorne Young Goodman Brown
D.H. Lawrence The Rocking Horse Winner
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