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Literary Classics

The Cambridge Scholars Publishing ‘Literary Classics’ collection includes some of the most inspiring and provocative works from previous centuries, including great writers such as Charles Dickens, Jane Austen, Thomas Hardy, Henry Fielding and Lord Byron. Our comprehensive introductions and commentary ensure they reflect the latest scholarly research, making an integral contribution to literary history. As an edited selection of the best literary classics, these titles will continue to be read by generation after generation.

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An Eye for an Eye and Aaro...

An Eye for an Eye is a grimly realistic yet Gothic-tinged study of social divisions - of class, church and generation. Aaron Trow, also Gothic-tinged, is a disturbingly stark short story....
£6.99

An Inland Voyage and Trave...

This volume contains two early pieces of travel writing by Stevenson, both concerning parts of continental Western Europe and describing travels carried out in much more eccentric ways than most of the travel books of the day....
£5.99

An Old Man's Love

An Old Man's Love is a well-observed novelistic exploration of the Victorian social realities of emigration, bereavement and social networks....
£11.99

Anthony Trollope

Anthony Trollope was one of the most popular writers of his generation, the one between Dickens and Thackeray on the one hand and such late Victorians as Stevenson and Wilde on the other which saw the greatest popularity and social standing of the Victorian literary novel. However, his posthumous reputation suffered at the hands of...
£399.99

Aspects of Byron's Don Jua...

Aspects of Byron’s Don Juan is, in part, a proceedings volume from the 2012 conference held by the Newstead Byron Society at Nottingham Trent University. Speakers represented in the book include Malcolm Kelsall, Peter Cochran, Diego Saglia and Itsuyo Higashinaka. Topics range from the politics of Don Juan, and its treatment of wome...
£59.99

A Study in Scarlet and The...

This volume contains the first two novel-length Sherlock Holmes cases: A Study in Scarlet, which to a large extent made Conan Doyle's literary reputation, and The Sign of Four....
£5.99

A Tale of Two Cities

A Tale of Two Cities is unusual among Dickens's novels both for its historical setting and its strong political stance, dealing as it does with the French Revolution. Nonetheless, it has the same qualities as fiction, and popularity, as his other major novels....
£5.99

Author of Illusions

Pericles, famed general and foremost political leader of Athens during her glory days of the 5th century, brought about the downfall of the Athenian empire almost single-handedly. This truth, obvious to contemporary Greeks, is today not generally understood, and we have Thucydides and his History of the Peloponnesian War to thank f...
£39.99

Autobiography Of a Pocket-...

This short novel is one of Fenimore Cooper's more scathing social satires, and also one of his more daring experiments in fictional form; for perhaps both reasons, it has always been hard to find in print....
£16.99

A Wonder-book, Tanglewood ...

This volume contains Hawthorne's three highly successful volumes of tales for children, two based on classical myth and one on New England history....
£9.99

Ballads

Thackeray's production of poetry - both within longer prose works and as independent pieces published in magazines - is often neglected. This volume collects the poems he termed 'Ballads': usually comic, often sharply satiric....
£9.99

Barchester Towers

Barchester Towers is the second of the Barchester Chronicles novels which are Trollope's best-known and most popular works, a work containing much sharp commentary on the influence of church politics and media influences in Victorian Britain despite its unassuming tone and reputation....
£6.49
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