Series: Classics Illustrated Deluxe Graphic Novels

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Classics Illustrated Deluxe: #1 The Wind in the Willows by Michel Plessix1
Classics Illustrated Deluxe #2: Tales of the Brothers Grimm (Classics Illustrated Deluxe Graphic Novels) by Mazan2
Classics Illustrated Deluxe #3: Frankenstein (Classics Illustrated Deluxe Graphic Novels) by Mary Shelley3
Classics Illustrated Deluxe #4: The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (Classics Illustrated Deluxe Graphic Novels) by Mark Twain4
Classics Illustrated Deluxe #5: Treasure Island (Classics Illustrated Deluxe Graphic Novels) by Robert Louis Stevenson5
Classics Illustrated Deluxe #6: The Three Musketeers (adapted ∙ graphic novel) by Alexandre Dumas6
Classics Illustrated Deluxe #7: Around the World in 80 Days (Classics Illustrated Deluxe Graphic Nove) by Jules Verne7
Classics Illustrated Deluxe #8: Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens8
Classics Illustrated Deluxe #9: Scrooge, A Christmas Carol & A Remembrance of Mugby by Charles Dickens by Rodolphe9
Classics Illustrated Deluxe #10: The Murders in the Rue Morgue, and Other Tales by Edgar Allan Poe10
Classics Illustrated Deluxe #11: The Sea-Wolf by Jack London by Jack London11
Classics Illustrated Deluxe #12: The Monkey God by Wu Chengten by Jean-David Morvan12

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