When you reread a classic you do not see more in the book than you did before; you see more in you than was there before. 
~Clifton Fadim

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Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen is a classic by far. She weaves a wonderful story of fives girls, the heroine of this story, Elizabeth Bennett, is a character you cannot help but fall in love with. Recommended ages 14 & up.

This is Jane Austen, so you know its going to be a good book. She's a wonderful writer.  I love her books and I recommend them all! 

Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen is another wonderful book. Our two heroines, Elinor and Marianne, fall upon hard times after their father dies and they are removed from their home. This story tells how family is important. Recommended ages 14 & up.

Another Jane Austen book that I love a lot. I often wish that I could've live in Jane Austen era just to experience the dancing and horse drawn carriages. 

Emma by Jane Austen is a book about Emma and how she finds herself. A rich, bored, busy-body she has nothing better to do than meddle in other peoples lives. And meddle she does! Recommended ages 16 & up.

This is a cute book, but this heroine of Jane Austen's is a little tiring and annoying. 

Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens is another classic, however, this book is a little more raw. It tells the story of poverty, abandonment, good intentions and manipulation. Recommended ages 16 & up.

This book is a very dark book because its Charles Dickens. Oliver Twist has many twists in the book 

Great Expectations by Charles Dickens is a sad book. You immediately have sympathy for Pip after all the horrible things that are happening to him. Recommended ages 16 & up.

I find myself wishing that Pip was smart enough to figure everything else, such compassion for Pip I didn't expect I would have. 
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