Classics are organized by the last name of the author. For example, the book Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen has this heading:

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This magnificent novel--which secured for its author the 1955 Nobel Prize in Literature--is at least available to contemporary American readers. Although it is set in the early twentieth century, it recalls both Iceland's medieval epics and such classics as Sigrid Undset's Kristin Lavransdatter. And if Bjartur of Summerhouses, the book's protagonist, is an ordinary sheep farmer, his flinty determination to achieve independence is genuinely heroic and, at the same time, terrifying and bleakly comic.