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I think Plato demands a mention as well.
I didn't include any philosophy because the list looked like it was all narrative, but Plato wrote dialogues with characters so at the very least The Apology and The Symposium should fit well enough. Augustine's Confessions may or may not fit whatever "rules" we're supposed to be following.
Also you brought up Poe elsewhere, and I realized that they included entire collections of Sherlock Holmes stories but listed Poe stories individually, which is kind of inconsistent. This collection appeared during Poe's lifetime, was approved by him, and includes them both: http://www.isfdb.org/cgi-bin/pl.cgi?289548