British Literature

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  1. Book ImageRobinson Crusoe

    Daniel Defoe, Michael Shinagel

    Second Edition

    The Second Edition of the Norton Critical Edition of Robinson Crusoe is based on the Shakespeare Head Press reprint of the first edition copy in the British Museum, with the "errata" listed by Defoe’s publisher, William Taylor, incorporated into the text.More

  2. Book ImageGreat Expectations

    Charles Dickens, Edgar Rosenberg

    This Norton Critical Edition, edited by the pioneer of Great Expectations scholarship, presents the most thorough textual edition of the novel (1861) available.More

  3. Book ImageBleak House

    Charles Dickens, George Ford, Sylvere Monod

    This authoritative text of Bleak House was the first to be established by a comparative study of all the surviving versions of Dickens’ novel, incorporating evidence from the original manuscript and corrected proofs.More

  4. Book ImageOliver Twist

    Charles Dickens, Fred Kaplan

    This Norton Critical Edition of a Dickens favorite reprints the 1846 text, the last edition of the novel substantially revised by Dickens and the one that most clearly reflects his authorial intentions.More

  5. Book ImageDavid Copperfield

    Charles Dickens, Jerome H. Buckley

    This Norton Critical Edition reprints the original 1850 text of Dickens’ most autobiographical novel, and his own personal favorite, including all of the line drawings by Phiz.More

  6. Book ImageHard Times

    Charles Dickens, Fred Kaplan

    Third Edition

    This text, that of the 1854 first edition, has been re-edited in light of recent scholarly findings. Annotations have been revised and expanded.More

  7. Book ImageJohn Donne's Poetry

    John Donne, Donald R. Dickson

    “Donald Dickson's John Donne's Poetry is the best text of Donne now available. It is scrupulously edited, and equally useful for students and for scholars.”—Harold Bloom, Yale UniversityMore

  8. Book ImageBeowulf: A Verse Translation

    Daniel Donoghue, Seamus Heaney

    Winner of the Whitbread Prize, Seamus Heaney’s translation "accomplishes what before now had seemed impossible: a faithful rendering that is simultaneously an original and gripping poem in its own right" (New York Times Book Review).More

  9. Book ImageCastle Rackrent

    Maria Edgeworth, Ryan Twomey

    The only edition of this 1800 novel—widely regarded as the first historical novel—to include supporting materials on both the importance of Maria Edgeworth as a writer and the influence of contemporary history on this novel.More

  10. Book ImageThe Mill on the Floss

    George Eliot, Carol T. Christ

    The best-known and most autobiographical of George Eliot’s novels is now available as a Norton Critical Edition.More

  11. Book ImageMiddlemarch

    George Eliot, Bert G Hornback

    The text of Middlemarch is that of the 1874 edition, the last corrected by the author.More

  12. Book ImageThe Waste Land

    T. S. Eliot, Michael North

    The text of Eliot’s 1922 masterpiece is accompanied by thorough explanatory annotations as well as by Eliot’s own knotty notes, some of which require annotation themselves.More

  13. Book ImageElizabeth I and Her Age

    Susan M. Felch, Donald V. Stump

    Four centuries after her death, Elizabeth I remains a powerful and fascinating figure.More

  14. Book ImageTom Jones

    Henry Fielding, Sheridan Baker

    Second Edition

    The Second Edition of this Norton Critical Edition of Fielding’s great novel reprints the definitive fourth edition text (1749, dated 1750), "Carefully revis’d and corrected/By Henry Fielding, Esq;", the last in his lifetime.More

  15. Book ImageJoseph Andrews with Shamela and Related Writings

    Henry Fielding, Homer Goldberg

    This Norton Critical Edition reprints the authoritative Wesleyan text of Joseph Andrews, edited by Martin Battestin.More

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