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Can you name the following novels with numbers in their titles?

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Both before and during the French Revolution, Charles Darnay is arrested on both sides of the English Channel; Sydney Carton saves his life while sacrificing his own.
Comrades fight against the Cardinal Richelieu, and later Lady de Winter, in one of the most famous novels in French literature.
Billy Pilgrim jumps back and forth in time to relive the horrors at the Battle of Dresden in World War II. So it goes.
The title residence of the Pyncheon family has a terrible history: accusations of witchcraft, poverty, and the greedy Judge Pyncheon.
Yossarian struggles with the irrationality surrounding the war in this novel, whose title became a common term for a logical paradox.
Mysteries surrounding Tristero and its symbol of the muted post horn culminate in the auctioning of a special stamp collection
Ships, trains, and hot air balloons help Phileas Fogg and Passepartout win a bet; the International Date Line saves the day!
Civil wars and uprisings bring violence to the once peaceful and isolated city of Macondo.
In a dystopian future, books are banned and burned upon discovery. At first, 'it was a pleasure to burn.'
A collection of amazing stories about djinns, seven voyages, and forty thieves are woven together by Scheherazade.
In a dystopian future (at the time of publication), the Party governs thought through the Two Minutes Hate, the concept of doublethink, and Room 101 for dissenters.
Among the interconnected stories in this sprawling work are the murders of dozens of women in a Mexican border town, based on similar crimes at Ciudad Juarez
Captain Nemo leads his crew against the threats of a sea monster and asphyxiation under the arctic ice.
Accounts of drug and alcohol abuse are recounted in this 'memoir,' later found to be fiction and denounced by Oprah.

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