It's interesting to look at the Penguin list in the series. Quite a few I know, others not - it's a tempting collection.
Page 56 from 'The Kreutzer Sonata' gives you a good flavour of the whole book!
'The vilest thing of all about it,' he began, 'is that in theory love's supposed to be something ideal and noble, whereas in practise it's just a sordid matter that degrades us to the level of pigs, something it's vile and embarrassing to remember and talk about.'
It would be good to think that the concerns in this book were historical, relating only to the late 1800's. Sadly it's not the case. Our discussion was VERY lively.