2. A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespere:-Escaping the Athenian Courty to marry, hermia and Lysander take refuge in a nearby wood. There, too, are Helena and Demetrius and the King and Queen of the fairies, Oberon and Titania. Oberon orchestrates a series of mischievous and magical tricks by which love is transformed, misplaced, deceived, revealed and, finally, restored.
3. Emma by Jane Austen:-Emma Woodhouse is introduced to us as 'handsome, clever and rich' and, according to jane Austen, a heroine 'which no one but myself would like'. yet such is Emma's spirited wit that, despite her superior airs and egotism, few readers have failed to succumb to her charm.
4. Father Brown Stories by G. K. Chesterton:-A small, disorganized, ordinary priest, Father Brown is an unlikely genius when it comes to piecing together strange and mysterious clues. Yet his ingenuity and intution are unsurpassed, and his gift for deduction raises bim to the top rank of investigators.
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