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‘Literature is important mirror that humans hold up to see the word’ says bibliophile and renowned blogger Peter Salzano. Below is the list of 7 novels that have been considered the greatest works of literature ever written:

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7 Greatest Literature books of all time: Peter Salzano

by Peter Salzano

'Literature is important mirror that humans hold up to see the word' says bibliophile and renowned blogger Peter Salzano.

Below is the list of 7 novels that have been considered the greatest works of literature ever written:

1. Anna Karenina

This is a great book that involves different subjects such as Russian feudalism and gambling. Written by Leo Tolstoy this book is featured number one in the Time magazine.

2. The Great Gatsby

An exceptional book that is capable of introducing students to the art of reading literature. The book is written by a famous novelist F.

Scott Fitzgerald written from the perspective of a young man named Nick Carraway who moved to New York City.

3. To kill a Mockingbird

When this book was written it instantly became a classic of literature. Written by Harper Lee this book influenced the american social sphere and examines racism in america.

4. Invisible Man

In the opinion of Peter Salzano, this book is the best book in the literature. It is based on the story of a person who faces descrimination and adversity.

5. Don Quixote

This book is the most influential novel of the spanish literature. This tells a story of a man who by reading chivalric romances determined to become a knight-errant himself.

6. Jane Eyre

Written by Charlotte Bronte, this novel approaches to the topics of class, religion and feminism.

7. The Colour Purple

Phenomenal book by Alice Walker that is set in post civil war american south. The book follows a american girl named Celie into adulthood.

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