A powerful tale set in the Deep South, it explores themes of racial injustice, morality, and the loss of innocence through the eyes of Scout Finch, leaving a lasting impact on readers.
A dystopian classic depicting a totalitarian regime, Orwell's novel warns about the dangers of government surveillance, manipulation of truth, and the suppression of individual freedom.
A timeless romance that satirizes societal norms, Austen's witty and insightful novel follows the spirited Elizabeth Bennet as she navigates love, societal expectations, and personal growth.
Set in the Roaring Twenties, Fitzgerald's masterpiece explores the corrupting influence of wealth and the pursuit of the American Dream, revealing the emptiness that lies beneath the glamour.
A stream-of-consciousness novel that delves into the complexities of human relationships, time, and the subjective nature of experience, showcasing Woolf's mastery of literary technique.
A coming-of-age story narrated by the rebellious Holden Caulfield, it explores themes of teenage angst, identity, and the disillusionment with the adult world, resonating with readers of all ages.
Marquez's captivating novel weaves a multigenerational tale of the Buendía family, blending magical realism with themes of love, fate, and the cyclical nature of history.
Tolkien's epic fantasy trilogy transports readers to the richly imagined world of Middle-earth, where a quest to destroy a powerful ring unfolds, exploring themes of heroism, friendship, and sacrifice.
A philosophical and allegorical novel, Coelho's work follows a young shepherd on his journey of self-discovery, imparting lessons about following one's dreams.
An epic adventure exploring obsession, fate, and the enigmatic nature of evil, this literary classic follows Captain Ahab's relentless pursuit of the elusive white whale, Moby Dick.