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There is no one book that can possibly cover the history of The Age of Exploration, complete evolutionary theories, clade organization, notable people, and give a general summary of the world's flora and fauna. And what do you mean by German, French, Italian, Spanish? Those do not seem proper categories, most especially because one of the "best" book categories could be from one among those countries, so it rightly would have two slots.

Sorry if I'm being overly critical, it is meant to be helpful in its way.

As for recommendations: Comedy - Hitchhiker's Guide (Doubglas Adams) Autobiography - My Life and Hard Times (James Thurber) Evolution Theory - The Origin of Species (Charles Darwin) Terror - The Great God Pan (Arthur Machen) Fantasy - Lot R (JRR Tolkien) Children - Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Roald Dahl) Comic Book - The Sandman (Neil Gaiman) Greek - The Odyssey (Homer) The Human Condition - Hamlet (Shakespeare) Romance - Pride and Prejudice (Jane Austen) These are all the firm opinions I can give, though I do not hold any of them to be indisputable.

Children Young adult Drama Biography Romance - The Sorrows of Young Werther - Goethe; Romeo and Juliet - Shakespeare Social comedy Self-improvement - Benjamin Franklin's Autobiography; As A Man Thinketh - James Allen Historic Greek classic - Homer's Iliad Roman classic - Metamorphosis - Ovid Three sacred books - Bhagavad Gita, Ecclesiastes, Job Essay - "Self-Reliance" by: Ralph Waldo Emerson Philosophy - Philosophical Investigations by: Ludwig Wittgenstein Evolution theory - The Selfish Gene - Dawkins Theory of unification Physics - Feynman's Lectures Scientific essay Etiology or zoology Astronomy History - The Idea of History - R. Collingwood World War I and II - The Great War and Modern Memory - Fussel Dystopia and Utopias - Orwell's 1984, Huxley's Island Psychology Biology Comedy - Tartuffe, Misanthrope - Moliere Futuristic Comic book/Anime Politics of XX century Futurology Coming of age series - The Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man - Joyce Classics of English - The Complete Works of William Shakespeare French - Italian German - Faust - Goethe Spanish - The Divine Comedy - Dante Poetry compilation - Keats Complete Poems Theater Erotic Detectives Gothic Epic - Beowulf or: The Nibelungenlied Suspense Terror Autobiography - The Confessions of J. Rousseau or: Autobiography of Cellini Travel Theology Advertising Mystery Cuisine Art Sociology Design Photography Fairy tales - Grimm's Fairy Tales Parody/Satire - The True History - Lucian Bodice Ripper Camp Adventure Science fiction - Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Fan fiction Magics Capitalism - The Wealth of Nations - Smith Socialism Anthology Best sellers Logic/scientific method Semantics/semiotics For dummies guide Nobel Prize winner Banned Overrated Medieval American dream Administration/organizational Human relations Idealism Morality Legend Technology Guilty pleasure The human condition - Shakespeare's Plays Best plot Best ending Best written Most uplifting Most influential - The KJV of the Hebrew Bible Most Original Heroic Other Here's a few that I came up with.

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