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Book Titles Taken From Literature - Page 3

Many authors will use quotations from literature as the title for their works. This may be done as a conscious allusion to the themes of the older work or simply because the phrase seems memorable. The following is a partial list of book titles taken from literature. It does not include phrases altered for parody. (Titles taken from works by William Shakespeare do not appear here.) Check out the link for the references.
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If I Forget Thee Jerusalem (William Faulkner)
If I Forget Thee Jerusalem (William Faulkner)
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If Not Now, When? (Primo Levi)
If Not Now, When? (Primo Levi)
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In a Dry Season (Peter Robinson)
In a Dry Season (Peter Robinson)
84
In a Glass Darkly (Sheridan Le Fanu)
In a Glass Darkly (Sheridan Le Fanu)
85
In Death Ground (David Weber & Steve White)
In Death Ground (David Weber & Steve White)
86
In Dubious Battle (John Steinbeck)
In Dubious Battle (John Steinbeck)
87
An Instant in the Wind (Andre Brink)
An Instant in the Wind (Andre Brink)
88
It's a Battlefield (Graham Greene)
It's a Battlefield (Graham Greene)
89
Jacob Have I Loved (Katherine Paterson)
Jacob Have I Loved (Katherine Paterson)
90
O Jerusalem! Book (Dominique Lapierre and Larry Collins)
O Jerusalem! Book (Dominique Lapierre and Larry Collins)
91
Jesting Pilate (Aldous Huxley)
Jesting Pilate (Aldous Huxley)
92
The Last Enemy (Richard Hillary)
The Last Enemy (Richard Hillary)
93
The Last Temptation (Val Mcdermid)
The Last Temptation (Val Mcdermid)
94
The Lathe of Heaven (Ursula K. Le Guin)
The Lathe of Heaven (Ursula K. Le Guin)
95
Let Us Now Praise Famous Men (Agee)
Let Us Now Praise Famous Men (Agee)
96
The Lilies of the Field (William E. Barrett)
The Lilies of the Field (William E. Barrett)
97
This Lime Tree Bower (Conor McPherson)
This Lime Tree Bower (Conor McPherson)
98
The Line of Beauty (Alan Hollinghurst)
The Line of Beauty (Alan Hollinghurst)
99
The Little Foxes (Lillian Hellman)
The Little Foxes (Lillian Hellman)
100
Little Hands Clapping (Dan Rhodes)
Little Hands Clapping (Dan Rhodes)
101
Look Homeward, Angel (Thomas Wolfe)
Look Homeward, Angel (Thomas Wolfe)
102
Look to Windward (Iain M. Banks)
Look to Windward (Iain M. Banks)
103
The Man Within (Graham Greene)
The Man Within (Graham Greene)
104
Many Waters (Madeleine L'engle)
Many Waters (Madeleine L'engle)
105
A Many Splendoured Thing (Han Suyin)
A Many Splendoured Thing (Han Suyin)
106
The Mermaids Singing (Val Mcdermid)
The Mermaids Singing (Val Mcdermid)
107
The Millstone (Margaret Drabble)
The Millstone (Margaret Drabble)
108
The Mirror Crack'd From Side to Side (Agatha Christie)
The Mirror Crack'd From Side to Side (Agatha Christie)
109
Moab Is My Washpot (Stephen Fry)
Moab Is My Washpot (Stephen Fry)
110
The Monkey's Raincoat (Robert Crais)
The Monkey's Raincoat (Robert Crais)
111
A Monstrous Regiment of Women (Laurie R. King)
A Monstrous Regiment of Women (Laurie R. King)
112
The Moon by Night (Madeleine L'engle)
The Moon by Night (Madeleine L'engle)
113
Mother Night (Kurt Vonnegut)
Mother Night (Kurt Vonnegut)
114
The Moving Finger (Agatha Christie)
The Moving Finger (Agatha Christie)
115
The Moving Toyshop (Edmund Crispin)
The Moving Toyshop (Edmund Crispin)
116
Mr Standfast (John Buchan)
Mr Standfast (John Buchan)
117
Nectar in a Sieve (Kamala Markandaya)
Nectar in a Sieve (Kamala Markandaya)
118
The Needle's Eye (Margaret Drabble)
The Needle's Eye (Margaret Drabble)
119
Nine Coaches Waiting (Mary Stewart)
Nine Coaches Waiting (Mary Stewart)
120
No Country for Old Men (Cormac McCarthy)
No Country for Old Men (Cormac McCarthy)
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