Initially published in England in 1928 by Jonathan Cape, the Well of Loneliness is a lesbian novel, written by British author Radclyffe Hall.
The Satanic Verses is the fourth and perhaps the most controversial novel by Salman Rushdie, based and inspired in part by the life of Muhammad, the prophet ...
Henry Miller's autobiographical novel The 'Tropic of Cancer' describes the life and experiences of an unnamed narrator, who lives at the Villa Borghese with ...
'Lolita', a novel by Vladimir Nabokov, starts with a preface written by a fictitious editor named John Ray, Jr., Ph.D., who states that he received the manu ...
Lady Chatterley's Lover is the story of Constance (Connie) Reid, an intelligent woman, raised as a cultured bohemian of the upper-middle class, and was intr ...
Charles Bovary, an ordinary man from a middle-class family, struggled to become a doctor and set up his practice in a rural village.