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Easton Press 100 Greatest Books Ever Written

 This Series was originally 100 books but throughout the years The Easton Press added an additional 25 titles. There are a total of 125 titles after all.

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  1. Aeschylus – The Oresteia
  2.  Aesop - Aesop’s Fables
  3.  Alcott, Louisa May – Little Women
  4.  Aristophanes – The Birds, The Frogs
  5.  Aristotle – Politics & The Poetics
  6.  Austen, Jane – Pride and Prejudice
  7.  Bacon, Sir Francis – Essays/ Effayes
  8.  Baudelaire, Charles – The Flowers of Evil
  9.  Beowulf
  10.  Boccaccio, Giovanni – The Decameron
  11.  Bronte, Charlotte – Jane Eyre
  12.  Bronte, Emily – Wuthering Heights
  13.  Browning, Robert – Collected Poems
  14.  Bunyan, John – The Pilgrim’s Progress
  15.  Burton, Richard – The Arabian Nights
  16.  Butler, Samuel – The Way of All Flesh
  17.  Carroll, Lewis – Alice in Wonderland
  18.  Cervantes - Don Quixote
  19.  Chaucer, Geoffrey – The Canterbury Tales
  20.  Chekhov, Anton – Two Plays: The Cherry Orchard/ Three Sisters
  21.  Confucius – The Analects of Confucius
  22.  Conrad, Joseph – Heart of Darkness
  23.  Conrad, Joseph – Lord Jim
  24.  Cooper, James Fennimore – The Last of the Mohicans
  25.  Crane, Stephen – Red Badge of Courage
  26.  Dante – The Divine Comedy
  27.  Darwin, Charles – The Descent of Man
  28.  Darwin, Charles – The Origin of Species
  29.  Defoe, Daniel – Journal of the Plague Year
  30.  Defoe, Daniel – Robinson Crusoe
  31.  Dickens, Charles – A Tale of Two Cities
  32.  Dickens, Charles – David Copperfield
  33.  Dickens, Charles – Great Expectations
  34.  Dickens, Charles – Short Stories
  35.  Dickinson, Emily – Collected Poems
  36.  Donne, John – Collected Poems
  37.  Dostoevsky, Fyodor – Crime and Punishment
  38.  Dostoevsky, Fyodor – The Brothers Karamazov
  39.  Doyle, Sir Arthur Conan – The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
  40.  Dumas, Alexandre – The Count of Monte Cristo
  41.  Dumas, Alexandre – The Three Musketeers
  42.  Eliot, George – Middlemarch
  43.  Eliot, George – Silas Marner
  44.  Eliot, George – The Mill on the Floss
  45.  Emerson, Ralph Waldo – Essays
  46.  Euripides: Medea – Hippolytus – The Bacchae
  47.  Faulkner, William – The Sound and the Fury
  48.  Federalist - Hamilton, Madison, Jay – The Federalist Papers  
  49.  Fielding, Henry – Tom Jones  
  50.  Flaubert, Gustave – Madame Bovary
  51.  Franklin, Benjamin – Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin
  52.  Frost, Robert – Collected Poems
  53.  Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von – Faust
  54.  Goldsmith, Oliver – She Stoops to Conquer
  55.  Grimm – Brothers Grimm’s Fairy Tales
  56.  Hardy, Thomas – Jude the Obscure
  57.  Hardy, Thomas – Return of the Native
  58.  Hardy, Thomas – Tess of the d’Urbervilles
  59.  Hawthorne, Nathaniel – The Scarlet Letter
  60.  Hemingway, Ernest – A Farewell to Arms
  61.  Holy Bible
  62.  Homer – Iliad
  63.  Homer – Odyssey
  64.  Hugo, Victor – Les Miserables
  65.  Hugo, Victor – The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Notre-Dame De Paris)
  66.  Huxley, Aldous – Brave New World
  67.  Ibsen, Henrik – Three Plays
  68.  Irving, Washington – The Alhambra
  69.  Irving, Washington – The Legend of Sleepy Hollow & Other Stories
  70.  James, Henry – Portrait of a Lady
  71.  Joyce, James – A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
  72.  Keats, John – Collected Poems
  73.  Khayyam, Omar – The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam
  74.  Kipling, Rudyard – The Jungle Books
  75.  Lawrence, DH – Lady Chatterley’s Lover
  76.  Livy – History of Early Rome
  77.  London, Jack – The Sea Wolf
  78.  Machiavelli, Niccolo – The Prince
  79.  Maupassant, Guy de – The Tales of Guy de Maupassant
  80.  Melville, Herman – Billy Budd/ Benito Cereno
  81.  Melville, Herman – Moby-Dick
  82.  Milton, John – Paradise Lost
  83.  Moliere – Two Plays
  84.  Orwell, George – Animal Farm
  85.  Paine, Thomas – Rights of Man
  86.  Plato – Dialogues on Love and Friendship
  87.  Plato – The Republic
  88.  Poe, Edgar Allan – Tales of Mystery and Imagination
  89.  Rostand, Edmond – Cyrano de Bergerac
  90.  Rousseau, Jean-Jacques– The Confessions
  91.  Scott, Walter – Ivanhoe
  92.  Scott, Walter – The Talisman
  93.  Shakespeare, William – A Midsummer Night’s Dream
  94.  Shakespeare, William – Hamlet
  95.  Shakespeare, William – Romeo and Juliet
  96.  Shakespeare, William – The Comedies
  97.  Shakespeare, William – The Histories
  98.  Shakespeare, William – The Tragedies
  99.  Shaw, George Bernard - Pygmalion and Candida  
  100.  Shaw, George Bernard – Two Plays for Puritans
  101.  Shelley, Mary – Frankenstein
  102.  Sophocles – Oedipus the King
  103.  St. Augustine – The Confessions of St. Augustine
  104.  Steinbeck, John – Of Mice and Men
  105.  Stendhal – The Red and the Black
  106.  Sterne, Lawrence – Tristram Shandy
  107.  Stevenson, Robert Louis – Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
  108.  Stevenson, Robert Louis – Treasure Island
  109.  Stoker, Bram – Dracula
  110.  Stowe, Harriet Beecher – Uncle Tom’s Cabin
  111.  Swift, Jonathan – Gulliver’s Travels
  112.  Thackeray, William Makepeace – Vanity Fair
  113.  Thoreau, Henry David – Walden
  114.  Tolstoy, Leo – Anna Karenina
  115.  Tolstoy, Leo – War and Peace
  116.  Turgenev, Ivan – Fathers and Sons
  117.  Twain, Mark – Huckleberry Finn
  118.  Verne, Jules – Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea
  119.  Virgil – The Aeneid
  120.  Voltaire – Candide
  121.  Wells, H.G. – The Time Machine
  122.  Whitman, Walt – Leaves of Grass
  123.  Wilde, Oscar – Short Stories
  124.  Wilde, Oscar – The Picture of Dorian Gray
  125.  Yeats, W.B. – Collected Poems