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  1. Book ImageA Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court

    Mark Twain, Henry B. Wonham

    “An exciting new edition of a Twain text that raises important questions about modernity, technology, and progress. I especially welcome the inclusion of all of Dan Beard’s original illustrations.”
    —BEVERLY LYON CLARK, Wheaton College
    “Artfully designed to make Mark Twain’s ‘most conceptually ambitious and most wildly problematic novel’ accessible to today’s reader.”

    —THOMAS COOLEY, The Ohio State University
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  2. Book ImageThe Fall Guy: A Novel

    James Lasdun

    In this taut psychological thriller, a couple and their houseguest find themselves caught in a deadly web of secrets, obsession, and revenge.More

  3. Book ImageThe Quantum Spy: A Thriller

    David Ignatius

    From the best-selling author of The Director and Body of Lies comes a thrilling tale of global espionage, state-of-the-art technology, and unthinkable betrayal.More

  4. Book ImageGod's Fool: A Novel

    Mark Slouka

    If you can read [God’s Fool] without being astonished and touched, then you’d better check to see if your heart is made of stone…simply brilliant. A book of the year.More

  5. Book ImageLost Lake: Stories

    Mark Slouka

    “Relentlessly observant, miraculously expressive, these [stories] see through the mirrored surface into a hidden yet strangely intimate world.” —New York Times Book ReviewMore

  6. Book ImageDogs at the Perimeter: A Novel

    Madeleine Thien

    The second novel by the Man Booker Prize shortlisted author Madeleine Thien is "beautiful, deeply moving, [and] addresses universal questions" (Independent).More

  7. Book ImageDo Not Say We Have Nothing: A Novel

    Madeleine Thien

    Winner of the Scotiabank Giller Prize and the Governor General's Literary Award
    Finalist for the Man Booker Prize and the Baileys Women's Prize for Fiction


    "A powerfully expansive novel…Thien writes with the mastery of a conductor." —New York Times Book ReviewMore

  8. Book ImageThe Gustav Sonata: A Novel

    Rose Tremain

    Winner of the 2016 National Jewish Book Award for Fiction

    A poignant tale about the enduring friendship between two men under the shadow of the Second World War.More

  9. Book ImageThalia: A Texas Trilogy

    Larry McMurtry

    The renaissance of Larry McMurtry, “an alchemist who converts the basest materials to gold” (New York Times Book Review), continues with the publication of Thalia.More

  10. Book ImageThe Red Car: A Novel

    Marcy Dermansky

    “Sharp and fiery. . . . There is, now, a literary term for a book you can’t stop reading. . . . It is The Red Car.”—New York Times Book ReviewMore

  11. Book ImageThe Awakening

    Kate Chopin, Margo Culley

    Third Edition

    “I have used the Norton Critical Editions since graduate school. As a teacher of high-school literature, I find them to be excellent resources for the study of various novels, plays, etc."—Brooke Gifford, Vincent Middle High SchoolMore

  12. Book ImageUncle Tom's Cabin

    Harriet Beecher Stowe, Elizabeth Ammons

    Third Edition

    “Elizabeth Ammons has produced a first-rate Norton Critical Edition with Uncle Tom’s Cabin.” —Mason I. Lowance, Jr., University of Massachusetts Amherst  “I will definitely use this edition again. The critical materials at the end of the book helped my students to have informed, productive class discussions.”  —Heidi Oberholtzer Lee, University of Notre DameMore

  13. Book ImageEl Paso: A Novel

    Winston Groom

    Three decades after the first publication of Forrest Gump, Winston Groom returns to fiction with this sweeping American epic.More

  14. Book ImageThe Portrait of a Lady

    Henry James, Michael Gorra

    “Michael Gorra’s wise and worldly new critical edition of James’s first masterpiece will help readers of all persuasions appreciate The Portrait of a Lady as a brilliant experiment in the art of the novel; as a landmark in the emergence of American literature; and as an open-ended, quietly terrifying meditation on American identity in its encounter with the world.” —Mary Loeffelholz, Northeastern UniversityMore

  15. Book ImageWhen the World Was Steady: A Novel

    Claire Messud

    A PEN/Faulkner Award finalist about two sisters’ divergent paths, from the author of The Burning Girl and The Emperor’s Children.More

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