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Commonalities among these books on classism include the exploration of societal expectations and barriers based on social class, the struggle for identity and acceptance, and the pursuit of love and success in the face of obstacles. Many of these books are set in historical time periods, including medieval England, Victorian England, and early 20th century America. Themes of oppression, discrimination, and societal norms are prevalent throughout these works, as well as the exploration of gender roles and racial identity. The collection includes a variety of genres such as romance novels, historical fiction, plays, non-fiction works, and collections of essays.

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