Genre: "Classics" Books

A classic stands the test of time. The work is usually considered to be a representation of the period in which it was written; and the work merits lasting recognition. In other words, if the book was published in the recent past, the work is not a classic.
A classic has a certain universal appeal. Great works of literature touch us to our very core beings--partly because they integrate themes that are understood by readers from a wide range of backgrounds and levels of experience. Themes of love, hate, death, life, and faith touch upon some of our most basic emotional responses.
Although the term is often associated with the Western canon, it can be applied to works of literature from all traditions, such as the Chinese classics or the Indian Vedas.
Disambiguation: The study of ancient ("classical") civilisations and languages, see Classical studies.

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by Hermann Hesse
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by Albert Camus
The Handmaid's Tale Book
by Margaret Atwood
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by Ernest Hemingway
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by Jane Austen

Popular "Classics" Books

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by William Shakespeare
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by J.D. Salinger
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by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley
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by Charlotte Brontë
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by George Orwell
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by George Orwell
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