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the Novel Game!

Here are the seven novels that were weaved into our post along with some interesting facts about each novel you may not have known. 

1.) GreatExpectations
1.) GreatExpectations

Great Expectations is one of the most popular novels of all time published in 1861 and written by Charles Dickens. Visit the below link to Mental Floss's 11 Fascinating Facts About Great Expectations by Joy Lanzendorfer.

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2.) Wonderland
2.) Wonderland

Wonderland is a 1971 novel by Joyce Carol Oates, the fourth in the so-called Wonderland Quartet. It was a finalist for the annual U.S. National Book Award for Fiction[1] and it has been called one of the author's best books.[2][3]

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3.) Catch22
3.) Catch22

Joseph Heller’s 1961 war comedy Catch-22 is one of the most beloved novels of the 20th century, not to mention one of the funniest.

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4.) BraveNewWorld
4.) BraveNewWorld

Aldous Huxley’s 1932 classic Brave New World is arguably one of the most inventive novels published in the 20th century.

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5.) GoneWithTheWind
5.) GoneWithTheWind

Gone with the Wind is a Pulitzer Prize-winning novel written by American writer Margaret Mitchell, first published in 1936. Visit the below link to Mental Floss's 10 Fascinating Facts About Gone With the Wind By Stacy Conradt.

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6.) ParadiseLost
6.) ParadiseLost

In Paradise Lost John Milton produced poem of epic scale, conjuring up a vast, awe-inspiring cosmos and ranging across huge tracts of space and time. Visit the below link to find out 12 things you didn’t know about Paradise Lost by Islam Issa.

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7.) OnTheRoad
7.) OnTheRoad

On the Road is a 1957 novel by American writer Jack Kerouac, based on the travels of Kerouac and his friends across the United States. It is considered a defining work of the postwar Beat and Counterculture generations. Find out more interesting fact by visiting the link below:

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