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Franklin Library – 100 Best Books Collection

- Updated September 23, 2020

We have received the complete collection of the Franklin Library 100 Best Books. All books are leather bound with silk cover inserts with a sewn in matching silk bookmark. All the books come from a smoke free and air condition environment.

Below you will find a complete listing of the remaining books as of September 19, 2020.

If there is/are a book(s) you are interested in, please email us at DLMarketPlace001@gmail.com

A Farewell to Arms (1979) – Ernest Hemingway
Candide (1978) – Voltaire
Canterbury Tales (1974) – Geoffrey Chaucer
Crime and Punishment (1975) – Feodor Dostoevsky
David Copperfield (1976) – Charles Dickens
Eight Comedies (1978) – William Shakespeare
Eight Plays (1976) – Anton Chekhov
Essay (1981) – Ralph Waldo Emerson
Essays (1980) – Michel De Montaigne
Fairy Tales (1982) – Hans Christian Andersen
Fathers and Sons (1981) – Ivan Turgenev
Faust (1979) – Goethe
Favorite Household Tales (1981) – The Brothers Grimm
Five Comedies (1982) – Aristophanes
Five Stories (1977) – Thomas Mann
Four Plays (1978) – Eugene O’Neill
Great Expectations (1982) – Charles Dickens
 Jane Eyre (1981) – Charlotte Bronte
Laurence Sterne (1980) – Tristam Shandy
Leaves of Grass (1981) – Walt Whitman
Lord Jim (1977) – Joseph Conrad
Lyrical Ballads (1982) – William Wordsworth & Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Madame Bovary (1978) – Gustave Flaubert
Nana (1981) – Emile Zola
Nine Tales (1977) – Henry James
Oresteia (1980) – Aeschylus
Paradise Lost – John Milton
Pensees (1979) – Blaise Pascal
Pere Goriot (1977) – Honore De Balzac
Philosophical Works (1981) – Rene Descartes
Poems (1978) – John Donne
Poems (1980) – William Shakespeare
Poems of John Keats (1982)
Political Works (1982) – Jean Jacques Rousseau
Political Writing (1982) – John Stuart Mill
Political Writings (1978) – Thomas Paine
Politics (1977) – Aristotle
Robinson Crusoe (1977) – Daniel Defoe
Satyricon (1980) – Petronius
Selected Poems (1979) – William Butler Yeats
Seven Plays (1980) – Moliere
Six Histories (1981) – William Shakespeare
Six Plays (1977) – Henrik Ibsen
Six Tragedies (1982) – Jean Racine
Songs of Innocence and of Experience (1980) – William Blake
Stories (1980) – Guy De Maupassant
Swann’s Way (1982) – Marcel Proust
Tales from The Arabian Nights (1977) – Sir Richard F. Burton
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (1975) – Mark Twain
The Ambassadors (1980) – Henry James
The Analects of Confucius (1980)
The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin (1979)
The Basic Works of Sigmund Freud (1978)
The Confessions of Saint Augustine (1976)
The Education of Henry Adams (1982) – Henry Adams
The Federalist (1977) – Hamilton Jay Madison
The Great Gatsby (1974) – F. Scott Fitzgerald
The Histories of Gargantua and Pantagruel (1978) – Francois Rabelais
The History of the Peloponnesian War (1980) – Thucydides
The Last of the Mohicans (1979) – James Fenimore Cooper
The Mill on the Floss (1982) – George Eliot
The Pilgrim’s Progress (1976) – John Bunyan
The Red and the Black (1979) – Stendhal
The Red Badge of Courage (1979) – Stephen Crane
The Republic (1975) – Plato
The Return of the Native (1978) – Thomas Hardy
The Scarlet Letter (1978) – Nathaniel Hawthorne
The Tragedies of Sophocles (1981)
The Trial (1977) – Franz Kafka
Three Plays (1979) – Bernard Shaw
Tom Jones (1979) – Henry Fielding
Twelve Illustrious Lives (1981) – Plutarch
Ulysses (1976) – James Joyce
Vanity Fair (1977) – William Makepeace Thackeray
Walden (1976) – Henry D. Thoreau
War and Peace (1981) – Leo Tolstoy
Women in Love (1979) – D. H. Lawrence

If there is/are a book(s) you are interested in, please email us at DLMarketPlace001@gmail.com

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