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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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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

Barnaby Rudge vol. I

Barnaby Rudge is unusual among Dickens's oeuvre in being a historical novel; set amidst the 1780 anti-Catholic Gordon Riots, it deals seriously and feelingly with issues of religious division and the death penalty as well as containing a gallery of memorable characters....
£6.99

Barnaby Rudge vol. II

Barnaby Rudge is unusual among Dickens's oeuvre in being a historical novel; set amidst the 1780 anti-Catholic Gordon Riots, it deals seriously and feelingly with issues of religious division and the death penalty as well as containing a gallery of memorable characters....
£6.99

Barry Lyndon

Barry Lyndon is Thackeray's first novel, already displaying the sharp characterisation and vigorous satire that were to make his later novels so successful....
£9.99

Bleak House vol. I

Bleak House has perhaps the widest sweep of any of Dickens's novels, a heartfelt critique along a cross-section of English society, centring on the abuses of the legal system and social prejudice. It is among his greatest novels....
£9.99

Bleak House vol. II

Bleak House has perhaps the widest sweep of any of Dickens's novels, a heartfelt critique along a cross-section of English society, centring on the abuses of the legal system and social prejudice. It is among his greatest novels....
£9.99

Byron and Latin Culture

Byron and Latin Culture consists of twenty-three papers, most of which were given at the 37th International Byron Conference at Valladolid, Spain, in July 2011.An introduction by the editor describes in detail the huge influence which the major Latin poets had on Byron: his borrowings, imitations, parodies, and echoes have never be...
£54.99

Can You Forgive Her? Volum...

Can You Forgive Her? is the first of the Palliser sequence of politically-oriented novels which are counted among Trollope's greatest works....
£6.99

Can You Forgive Her? Volum...

Can You Forgive Her? is the first of the Palliser sequence of politically-oriented novels which are counted among Trollope's greatest works....
£6.99

Castle Richmond

Castle Richmond was Trollope's return to writing novels set in Ireland after his first two books, a return sadly curtailed by the prejudice of contemporary English readers....
£11.99

Catalogues of Proper Names...

The book consists of two main parts: a) Structure and Contents, b) Catalogues in Context: In the first part the major subject is how a catalogue is organized internally. A number of structural patterns formed since Homer on the basis of the position the names held within the catalogue (density in the middle - spacing in the middle ...
£34.99
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