This section contains reviews of various classics of the English Literature. It also invites reviews from readers who have read such Classics.
Louise Cowan, in the book 'Invitation to the Classics' provides a very simple definition to the word 'literary classic'. According to her, an author's work can be described as a classic if it has the following features:
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