Little Eva: The Flower of the South
Little Eva: The Flower of the South is an 1853 children's novel written by Philip J. Cozans.
Little Eva is unique in being one of few known examples of children's literature that also contains ele...
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Ruth (novel)
Ruth is a novel by Elizabeth Gaskell, first published in three volumes in 1853.
Ruth is a young orphan girl working in a respectable sweatshop for the overworked Mrs Mason. She is selected to go t...
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Oakfield; or, Fellowship in the East
Oakfield; or, Fellowship in the East is a novel by William Delafield Arnold, first published in 1853. The book is one of the earliest novelistic accounts of life in British India, and its plot strongl...
The Heir of Redclyffe
The Heir of Redclyffe (1853) was the first of Charlotte M. Yonge's bestselling romantic novels. Its religious tone derives from the High Church background of her family and from her friendship with ...
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Antifanaticism: A Tale of the South
Antifanaticism: A Tale of the South is an 1853 plantation fiction novel by Martha Haines Butt.
Antifanaticism is one of several examples of the plantation literature genre that appeared in reactio...
Uncle Robin, in His Cabin in Virginia, and Tom Without One in Boston
Uncle Robin, in His Cabin in Virginia, and Tom Without One in Boston (sometimes shortened to simply Uncle Robin's Cabin) is an 1853 novel written by J.W. Page and released by J. W. Randolph Publishers...
Liberia; or, Mr. Peyton's Experiments
Liberia; or, Mr. Peyton's Experiments is an 1853 novel by Sarah Josepha Hale, the author of the nursery rhyme "Mary Had a Little Lamb", who wrote the novel under the name of Sara J. Hale.
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Cranford (novel)
Cranford is one of the better-known novels of the 19th-century English writer Elizabeth Gaskell. It was first published in 1851 as a serial in the magazine Household Words, which was edited by Charles...
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Sylvie (novel)
Sylvie (1853) is a novella by French Romanticist Gérard de Nerval. It was first published in the periodical La Revue des Deux Mondes in 1853, and as a book in Les Filles du feu in 1854, just a few mon...
The Lofty and the Lowly, or Good in All and None All Good
The Lofty and the Lowly, or Good in All and None All Good is a novel by Maria J. McIntosh published by D. Appleton & Company in 1853. It was one of many anti-Tom novels published in response to Ha...
Christie Johnstone (novel)
Christie Johnstone is an 1853 romantic drama novel by the British writer Charles Reade. It follows the adventures of the young and wealthy aristocrat Viscount Ipsden who falls for a woman named Christ...
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Mr. Frank, the Underground Mail-Agent
Mr. Frank, the Underground Mail-Agent is an 1853 parody novel written by an unknown author credited as "Vidi".
Mr. Frank is an example of the pro-slavery plantation literature genre that emerged f...
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Hypatia (novel)
Hypatia, or New Foes with an Old Face is an 1853 novel by the English writer Charles Kingsley. It is a fictionalised account of the life of the philosopher Hypatia, and tells the story of a young monk...
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A Key to Uncle Tom's Cabin
A Key to Uncle Tom's Cabin is a book by American author Harriet Beecher Stowe. It was published to document the veracity of the depiction of slavery in Stowe's anti-slavery novel Uncle Tom's Cabin (18...
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Thomas Jefferson
Thomas Jefferson (April 13  1743 – July 4, 1826) was an American Founding Father, the principal author of the Declaration of Independence (1776), and the third President of the United States...
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Villette (novel)
Villette /viːˈlɛt/ is an 1853 novel by Charlotte Brontë. After an unspecified family disaster, the protagonist Lucy Snowe travels from England to the fictional French-speaking city of Villette to teac...
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Clotel
Clotel; or, The President's Daughter is an 1853 novel by United States author and playwright William Wells Brown about Clotel and her sister, fictional slave daughters of Thomas Jefferson. Brown, who ...
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Bleak House
Bleak House is a novel by Charles Dickens, published in 20 monthly instalments between March 1852 and September 1853. It is held to be one of Dickens's finest novels, containing one of the most vast, ...
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The Fishermen
The Fishermen (Rubaki) is a novel by Dmitri Grigorovich, first published in 1853.
The Fishermen is a story of life among the peasants of northern Tula, where the broad Oka River flows through a le...