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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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Varian Studies Volume Two

Elagabal is the name of the Syrian sun god whose high priest Varius was, at the same time as Roman emperor, AD 218–222. Because of this connexion, Varius was misnamed Heliogabalus or Elagabalus long after his death. Second in the series Varian Studies, this book discusses Elagabal’s architectural and sculptural artefacts in Rome. T...
£64.99

Virginibus Puerisque and o...

Stevenson's revival and renewal of the Romantic 'familiar essay' first made his literary reputation. This volume contains the first of these ssays to be published in book form, including those written and published while he was a student....
£4.99

Voyage to Lisbon, Legal Pa...

The Voyage to Lisbon is Fielding's last work, a piece of travel writing depicting his journey, for his health, to the place where he died. The other writings here represent the breadth of Fielding's thought, from free translations of classical poetry to legal judgments in his capacity as a JP....
£7.99

Waterloo and The Speckled ...

This volume contains two plays by Conan Doyle based on his own short stories. Also included, and giving valuable insight into Edwardian theatre practice, are the stage managers's props and lighting plots from the professional premiere of the second script....
£11.99

Weir of Hermiston and othe...

Stevenson himself believed Weir of Hermiston would have been his masterpiece, had he finished it before his death. Here, it is presented with seven other fragments and notes on what is known of Stevenson's intentions beyond what he wrote by Sidney Colvin....
£6.99

Writings on Places and Pol...

This volume brings together several writings, mostly only previously published in pamphlets or periodicals, from the range of Fenimore Cooper's career which deal in one way or another with places or politics, including his involvement in controversies over public finance and law. They provide valuable insight into his thinking and ...
£11.99

Wyandotté

This is one of Fenimore Cooper's later military romances, and contains some daring reflections on different levels and kinds of loyalty set in the context of the American War of Independence....
£17.99

Xenophon’s Theory of Moral...

Xenophon the Athenian, who is well known both as a historian and as a witness of Socratic philosophy, developed his own systematic thought on moral education from a social and mainly political perspective in his extant works. His discourse on moral education represents the view of an unusual historical figure; an innovative thinker...
£47.99

Zero to Hero, Hero to Zero

Hercules is a hero; we were all brought up to appreciate the basic idea of the ancient hero. But what about him makes him one? This book aims to challenge some of the standard expectations as to what constitutes a hero, considering the phenomenon of heroism from a range of viewpoints. In this book we invite you to walk around the m...
£39.99
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