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Meet the literary Freemasons....Brothers all whose talent with the pen has brought us great literature, humor, satire, fiction, and historical documentation, enriching our lives. Reconnect with these classics written by Freemasons!

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A Modest Proposal A Modest Proposal
and Other Satirical Works
By Brother Jonathan Swift, Lodge No. 16, London, England.
Treasury of 5 shorter works by the ...
$2.00   
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
By Lewis Carroll, a.k.a Brother Charles Dodgson, Anglican clergyman and Freemason in England.
One of the most popular an...
$2.00   
Around the World in 80 Days Around the World in 80 Days
By Brother Jules Verne, Lodge named after him in Nantes, France: Jules Verne Lodge No. 1293. Written the year the Masoni...
$3.50   
Franklin's Way to Wealth & Penn's Maxims Franklin's Way to Wealth & Penn's Maxims
Witty, wise and elegant in their simplicity, the timeless adages in this inspiring volume originated with two influentia...
$5.95   
Mark Twain at Your Fingertips: A Book of Quotations Mark Twain at Your Fingertips: A Book of Quotations
Brother Samuel Clemens belonged to Polar Star Masonic Lodge No. 79, St. Louis, Missouri.
A Book of Quotations by Brothe...
$17.95   
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
By Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Phoenix Lodge No. 257
Venture back in time to Victorian London to join literature's greatest ...
$3.50   
The Beauty & Glory of the Day: A Masonic Devotional The Beauty & Glory of the Day: A Masonic Devotional
A Masonic Devotional
By Walter William Melnyk, a Master Mason living in southeastern PA, 32nd Degree, and Knight Templar...
$8.95   
The Fortunate Ones: 18th Century Philadelphia as Seen Without Sight The Fortunate Ones: 18th Century Philadelphia as Seen Without Sight
By Frederick W. Noesner
Philadelphia Freemason and Historical Interpreter
In this historic fictional novel, Andrew Annal...
$12.00   
The Importance of Being Ernest The Importance of Being Ernest
By Oscar Wide, Apollo Masonic Lodge No. 357, Oxford, England.
Here is Oscar Wilde's most brilliant tour de force, a witt...
$1.50   
The Jungle Book The Jungle Book
By Rudyard Kipling, Hope & Perseverance Lodge No. 782, Lahore, India.
Accounts of a courageous youngster and formidable...
$3.00   
The Wit & Wisdom of Mark Twain The Wit & Wisdom of Mark Twain
Brother Samuel Clemens belonged to Polar Star Masonic Lodge No. 79, St. Louis, Missouri.
Includes hundreds of Twain's m...
$2.50   
Wit and Wisdom from Poor Richard's Almanack Wit and Wisdom from Poor Richard's Almanack
First published in 1732 by Benjamin Franklin when he was 26 years old, it was issued annually after that for the next 25...
$2.50   
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