Some of the greatest English classics are available in Ebook format. For example, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain is a memorable classic, set on the shores of the Mississippi River. As the many adventures of the main characters Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn unfold, they learn many life lessons and their personalities develop, gaining deeper complexities, tuned to their understanding about nature and the river. Another interesting American novel is “To Kill a Mockingbird”. This novel is set during the period of the Great Depression and the story revolves around main characters Jean Louise and her father Finch, who is a lawyer and how the town where they live eventually deals with the intrigues of Boo Radley, who is made out to be a renegade, with the implication of having killed his own father.
Another notable classic is Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy. This interesting novel, in the backdrop of beautiful Russian landscape, tells an interesting story of the main character Anna Karenina and her lover Vronsky, while exploring the themes of family life, fidelity, progress, hypocrisy, passion and faith along the course of the story.
Those who love British novels would certainly want to have their copy of the works of Jane Austen. Now you can read all of her classics, most notable of which is Pride and Prejudice, which has since been reproduced as a serial and movie. Charles Dickens, one of the most prolific writers belonging to the Victorian era, brought our some of the most interesting novels, some of which outlines the social mores of the time in which they were written, like The Adventures of Oliver Twist, The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby, A Tale of Two Cities and Great Expectations.
English Literature Ebooks give you the chance to read and share some of the greatest classics that ever been published. Some works that cannot be found easily in printed versions are available in e-book format and you can read them at your convenience.