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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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Catherine

Catherine is a vigorous satire on the Newgate novel, a genre fashionable in the early Victorian period. It is here printed with Cox's Diary, a brief satire on the equally voguish and improbable rags-to-riches stories that also attracted great popular following for a while....
£9.99

Catriona

Catriona is Stevenson's sequel (written some years later) to the highly successful Kidnapped....
£7.99

Childe Harold's Pilgrimage

Childe Harold made Byron's reputation, and remains one of his greatest work. As well as the established text, this edition contains stanzas cancelled by Byron during the composition process or at the request of friends, and Byron's and Hobhouse's notes on the poem, incorporated into the text....
£6.99

Christians and Platonists

The Christians, Gnostics, and Platonists of late antiquity all shared that era’s dislike of matter and the body. The first part of this book looks at key words like ethos, aiōn, and saeculum. The second part investigates the Neoplatonists, the Platonists of late antiquity. In the writings of Plotinus and Porphyry, Iamblichus and Pr...
£41.99

Christmas Books, Tales and...

The Christmas Book, created by Dickens, was an important Victorian literary genre. This volume contains all of Thackeray's contributions to it, together with several other short, mostly humorous, prose pieces....
£8.99

Christmas Stories

This volume contains all Dickens' writing for Christmas numbers of his periodicals, including frame narratives, collaborative pieces and indications of the positions of other authors' contributions to multiple-author numbers....
£9.99

Classics For All

Classical culture belongs to us all: whether as academic subject or as entertainment, it constantly stimulates new ideas. In recent years, following Gladiator’s successful revival of the ‘toga epic’, studies of the ancient world in cinema have drawn increasing attention from authors and readers. This collection builds on current in...
£44.99

Collected Poems

This volume contains all of Conan Doyle's now largely neglected poetry, here collected in one volume for the first time, plus a late, allegorical one-act play, The Journey....
£9.99

Contributions to Nautical ...

This volume contains various short pieces, most of them now very hard to find, by Cooper concerned with nautical affairs. Some of these overlap in subject with the book-length naval works available from CSP; others of them examine separate subjects. All are characteristic of the writer....
£11.99

Contributions to 'Punch'

This volume contains all of Thackeray's contributions to the famous periodical 'Punch' (with which he was long associated) not found elsewhere in this series, together with some other miscellaneous magazine contributions....
£9.99

Cousin Henry

Cousin Henry is a concise dramatic novel of disputed inheritance, multiple wills, gossip and attempted fraud....
£6.99

Culture and Anarchy and Ce...

Culture and Anarchy is considered Arnold's masterpiece, a consideration of the idea of culture leading out to sweeping critiques of ninenteenth-century British social, political, ecclesiastical and educational issues. It is here coupled with his essay on Celtic Literature, which extends a principal concern with literature ot touch ...
£8.99
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