Graham Greene, The Case for the Defence. (1939). An absolutely brilliant story. It has everything - beautifully written, concise, intriguing, mysterious, surprising, challenging and riveting. And all this in perhaps 1500 words or less! I'm in awe of GG.
W.B. Yeats, Reconciliation. A sad, forlorn poem, that feels more like grief to me than a reconciliation.
David Hume. Of Some Remarkable Customs. An interesting essay about strange political customs in ancient Athens, Rome and in London. I learned, for example, where the words tribune and plebiscite come from.