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Great classic European novels

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Les Liaisons Dangereuses (Oxford World's Classics)
Les Liaisons Dangereuses (Oxford World's Classics)
"A great early masterpiece, written in epistolary style which delivers immediacy and superb characterisation - decadent, sensual, witty and bleak at the same time"
The Red and the Black (Penguin Classics)
The Red and the Black (Penguin Classics)
"Classic analysis of a young man in love with an older woman: but also a satirical portrait of France at the time and a man who is a social and moral outsider"
Daniel Deronda (Oxford World's Classics)
Daniel Deronda (Oxford World's Classics)
"Middlemarch is usually seen as Eliot's masterpiece but I've always preferred this as being maturer, darker and more cosmopolitan"
Crime and Punishment (Oxford World's Classics)
Crime and Punishment (Oxford World's Classics)
"One of the overlooked qualities of Dostoevsky is how funny he is: not in a warm and fuzzy way but in a manic almost surreal way. This is terrifying and morally satisfying at the same time."
Anna Karenina (Oxford World's Classics)
Anna Karenina (Oxford World's Classics)
"When really pushed, I have to cite this as my favourite novel: the truest and closest thing to real life in a book"
Bleak House (Oxford World's Classics)
Bleak House (Oxford World's Classics)
"Dense, multilayered and complex"