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Frank Baum[edit]

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz
George M. Hill Company, Chicago


Joseph Conrad[edit]

Lord Jim
Blackwood
  • ``The reader is left to form an impression of Jim's interior psychological state from these multiple external points of view; but mere facts are inadequate to explain the human condition, as Marlow remarks of the trial: "They wanted facts. Facts! They demanded facts from him, as if facts could explain anything!"``
  • ``The Malay Archipelago became one of the most popular journals of scientific exploration of the 19th century, kept continuously in print by its original publisher (Macmillan) into the 2nd decade of the 20th century. It was praised by scientists such as Darwin (to whom the book was dedicated), and Charles Lyell, and by non scientists such as the novelist Joseph Conrad who called it his "favorite bedside companion", and used it as source of information for several of his novels, especially Lord Jim.`` -- Alfred Russell Wallace#Exploration and study of the natural world

Sigmund Freud[edit]

The Interpretation of Dreams

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