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www.OscarWildeCollection.com: Online & Downloadable editions of the works of Oscar Wilde
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Recently, someone for a list of the best science fiction books of all time. Being a fan of sci-fi, and wanting to expand my own reading list, I thought it would be helpful to tally the results and preserve them here for future reference.
The following books encompass nearly every genre: the lighthearted tales of Johnathan Swift's Gulliver's Travles to the dark fate of George Orwell's 1984.
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What a shitty century. Except for books, and the diminishing ranks of people who read them.