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I've been searching for a long time on classical books (originally written in English) with the particular themes alongside morality, temptation, corruption, etc with no real success. I'd love to hear your recommendations, would be a great help! Google doesn't always deal with the specifics. xx
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Les Miserables?
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Les Miserables?
well its originally written in french...
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I've been searching for a long time on classical books (originally written in English) with the particular themes alongside morality, temptation, corruption, etc with no real success. I'd love to hear your recommendations, would be a great help! Google doesn't always deal with the specifics. xx
Macbeth!
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Macbeth!
I thought Macbeth was a Shakespearean play?
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Morality: Crime and Punishment, Jane Eyre, Of mice and men, To kill a Mockingbird, Macbeth (play), Frankenstein
Corruption: The Picture of Dorian Grey (read this one!), The Seagull (play)
Temptation: Dracula (Jonathan Harker being seduced by the brides of Dracula), The Bible (Eve tempted to eat the forbidden fruit, Jesus' temptations)
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I thought Macbeth was a Shakespearean play?
it is but it fits the description
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jane eyre is good, its also about feminism, im doing it for gcse
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Paradise Lost by John Milton is fantastic.
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