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Correspondence

30,228 works / 8,455 ebooks Search for books with subject Correspondence.

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  • Metamorphoses by Ovid
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    Gulliver's travels by Jonathan Swift
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    The complete poetical works by Robert Burns
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    Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë
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    Meditations by Marcus Aurelius, Marcus Aurelius Emperor of Rome
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    Pensées by Blaise Pascal
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    Poems by John Keats by John Keats
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    The Utopia Of Sir Thomas More by Thomas More
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    Autobiography by Benjamin Franklin
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    Poems by Thomas Hardy
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    Ottsy i deti by Ivan Sergeevich Turgenev
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    Speeches by Cicero
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Prolific Authors

who have written the most books on this subject
William Lloyd Garrison, 716 books
Samuel May, 511 books
Maria Weston Chapman, 292 books
Cicero, 234 books
Sigmund Freud, 229 books
Anne Warren Weston, 184 books
Johannes Brahms, 153 books
Francesco Petrarca, 139 books
Deborah Weston, 137 books
Richard Davis Webb, 137 books
Rainer Maria Rilke, 120 books
Child Mrs, 114 books
Vincent van Gogh, 111 books
Caroline Weston, 110 books
Johnson, Oliver, 107 books
Thomas Mann, 84 books
Lewis Tappan, 80 books
Abraham Lincoln, 71 books
Geraldine DeCourcy, 62 books
Mary Anne Estlin, 62 books
Ovid, 59 books
Lincoln Financial Foundation Collection, 58 books
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, 56 books
Pliny the Younger, 56 books
J. Miller M'Kim, 55 books

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