Famous Historical old Books Of all time by BookChor

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Introduction to the world of great literature.

In this Blog, we’ve compiled a list of some of the Famous Historical old Books of all time. Some of them are as follows. The article will take you into the deep journey of some great old books that are evergreen.

1. The Bible

The Bible main focus is the one and only God, as all the creation that exists is done by God . The Christian Bible have two testament i.e, Old Testament and New Testament. The Old Testament include 39 books and they were written over a span of more than 1,000 years and cover the history, laws, and teachings of the Jewish people. The New Testament include 27 books, and were written in the first century AD and document the life, teaching, death of Jesus Christ, as well as the early history of the Christian Church.

The Bible has a profound impact on western culture and has influenced many aspects of art, literature, and philosophy. It has been illustrated into hundreds of languages and is widely read and studied all around the world. Many people view The Bible as a source of moral guidance and inspiration and others approach it from an academic and historical prospective. Regardless of One’s belief, The Bible remains one of the most influential books in Human History. 

2. Pride and Prejudice

Pride and Prejudice is one of the Famous Historical Book written by Author Jane Austen. It was published in the year 1813. It is one of most popular and lovable works of English Literature.

The novel follows the story of Elizabeth Bennet, the second of five daughters in a middle–class family, and her relationship with the wealthy and proud Mr. Darcy. Despite their initial mutual dislike and misunderstandings, the two are drawn to each other and eventually fall in love and the obstacles they faced in their marriage.

The Novel “Pride and Prejudice” is timeless work that continuous to be popular and influential today.  It has been adapted into numerous films, television shows and stage productions, and its themes of love, marriage and social class continue to resonate with modern audiences.

3. War and Peace

War and Peace is a Novel written by the Author Leo Tolstoy, It was published in the year 1869. It is considered as Tolstoy masterpiece and one of the greatest works of World Literature. The novel is set on the basis of Napoleonic Wars, the work is a combination of History and Philosophy.

It tells about the lives of several families who hold high social rank during that time. It shares the themes of love, war, and family.

It tells about the three most well-known characters in literature: –

1. Pierre Bezukhov, an illegitimate son of a count who is fighting for his inheritance.

2. Prince Andrei Bolkonsky, who leaves his family behind to fight in the war against Napoleon

3. Natasha Rostov, the beautiful young daughter of a nobleman intrigues both men.

4. The lliad

The lliad is a Book drafted by the ancient Greek Poet Homer, it is considered one of the oldest works of literature still widely read by modern audiences.

This Book tells the story of the Great Greek warrior Achillies, and this book tells about his rage and the destruction his rage has caused. The story also follows the Trojan warrior Hector and its efforts to fight to protect his family and his people. Achilles is the Hero of this story.

Achilles refused to fight in the war after being humiliated by his leader Agamemnon. But when Trojan Hector kills his close friend Patroclus, he comes back into the battle to take revenge, even though he knows this may cause his own death.

5. The Divine Comedy

The Divine Comedy is an legend poem written by the Author Poet Dante Alighieri, the book was drafted in the early 14th century and it has made a significant impression on the western culture and is also considered as one of the finest works of World Literature.

This poem tells the story of Dante’s journey through the three elements of eternity: Hell, Purgatory, and Paradise. Dante encounters both real and fictional characters and witness their punishments and rewards according to their actions in life.

It explores themes such as nature of the sin and the relationship between the individual responsibility and divine justice. This poem has a great influence on western literature and culture, and it has also been translated into numerous languages.


These Books have a significant impression on the Society and the Human Culture.

Novels like “The Bible”, “The lliad”, and “Pride and Prejudice”, these novels have forming our understanding of the world and our position in it.  “The Divine Comedy” had a major influence on the western culture and has persuade countless works of art, literature, and music. “War and Peace” tells the story of several families during Napoleonic Wars, the characters and the historical setting have made this novel a masterpiece.

All of these books still continue to be studied and read by the people till today. These books include nature of justice, love, war, and the human condition itself. These books educate, inspire, and transform us as individuals and as a society. 

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