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Cabin, Uncle Tom's
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Call of the Wild
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Capitalism, The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of
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Carol, A Christmas
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Carta, Magna
Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, The Strange
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Cato Maior de Senectute
Cenci, The
Center of the Earth, Journey to the
Charge of the Light Brigade, The
Charmides
Charterhouse of Parma, The
Chatterley's Lover, Lady
Chemical History of a Candle
Chemistry, Elements of
Cherry Orchard, The
Children, The Sexual Enlightenment of
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Christ, On the Imitation of
Christendom, The Attack Upon
Christian, The Freedom of the
Christian Doctrine
Christian Liberty, On
Christian Nobility, To the
Christian Religion, Institutes of the
Christianity, An Argument Against Abolishing
Christianity, Mere (1952)
Christmas Carol, A
Chronicles of Narnia, The (1950-56)
Church, The Babylonian Captivity of the
Circle, The First
Circle, On the Measurement of the
Circulation of the Blood, On the
Cities, A Tale of Two
City of God, The
Civil Disobedience
Civil Government, Concerning
Civil Rights
Civil Wars, The
Civilization and its Discontents
Civilization on Trial
Cleopatra, Antony and
Cleopatra, Caesar and
Cloak, The
Cloud of Unknowing, The
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