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World's Best Reading Series

A series of classic books published by Readers Digest beginning in 1982.

1 - The Red Badge of Courage
2 - Wuthering Heights
7 - A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court
9 - Tess of the d'Urbervilles - A Pure Woman Faithfully Presented
14 - The Call of the Wild
15 - Kidnapped
16 - Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
20 - David Copperfield
23 - For the Term of His Natural Life
24 - The Gift of the Magi
25 - Oliver Twist - or, The Parish Boys Progress
26 - Life on the Mississippi
27 - Treasure Island
30 - Around the World in 80 Days
32 - The Prince and the Pauper
33 - The Virginian - A Horseman of the Plains
35 - The Sea Wolf
36 - The Song of Hiawatha
37 - Twice Told Tales
40 - Kim
41 - 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
44 - The Innocents Abroad
45 - O Pioneers!
49 - Uncle Tom's Cabin
50 - The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
52 - Robin Hood
53 - A Journey to the Interior of the Earth - [ Journey to the Center of the Earth ]
59 - The Wind in the Willows
66 - Heart of the West
72 - Captains Courageous - A Story of the Grand Banks
73 - Roughing It
74 - Lorna Doone - A Romance of Exmoor
77 - Two Years Before the Mast
79 - Master of Ballantrae
82 - The Jungle Book
86 - The Mayor of Casterbridge
87 - Far From the Madding Crowd
89 - This Side of Paradise
91 - Sense and Sensibility
97 - The Invisible Man - A Grotesque Romance
98 - Gulliver's Travels
99 - The Moon and Sixpence
100 - Main Street
103 - Madame Bovary
107 - The War of the Worlds
112 - Moll Flanders - The Fortunes & Misfortunes of the Famous Moll Flanders &c.
113 - The American
114 - The Phantom of the Opera
115 - Persuasion
116 - The Picture of Dorian Gray
117 - The Black Arrow
118 - Dracula
119 - Sons and Lovers
121 - The House of Mirth

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