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Classic eTexts
Classic eText Archive
By IN House Staff
December, 2007, 03:20

Here are a few selections from our Classic Lit eText Archive and there is plenty more if you stop by Project Gutenberg and explore their site. It's an absolutely amazing system of reference if you have any interest at all in classic literature.

The Complete Works
Of Mark Twain

The Complete Works
of Edgar Allan Poe
Volume 1 of 5
Volume 2 of 5
Volume 3 of 5
Volume 4 of 5
Volume 5 of 5

The Complete
Works Of
William Shakespeare

H.G. Wells
The Time Machine

Early Fiction of
Edith Wharton
Volume 1 of 2
Volume 2 of 2

The Complete Short Stories of
Guy de Maupassant

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Charles Dickens
Marcel Proust
O. Henry
T. S. Eliot
Lewis Carroll
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm
Bram Stoker
Leo Nikoleyevich Tolstoy
Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Geoffrey Chaucer
Oscar Wilde
Emily Brontė
Isabella Mary Beeton
Jane Austen
Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley
and many others.

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