Theory & Criticism

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  1. Book ImageMansfield Park

    Jane Austen, Claudia L. Johnson

    The text is that of a new authoritative text, which closely follows the one Austen oversaw when the novel was revised and reprinted in 1816.More

  2. Book ImageWoman in the Nineteenth Century

    Margaret Fuller, Larry J. Reynolds

    The text is that of the first edition and includes comprehensive textual annotations.More

  3. Book ImagePère Goriot

    Honore de Balzac, Burton Raffel, Peter Brooks

    The text is that of Burton Raffell’s acclaimed 1994 translation.More

  4. Book ImageWilliam Shakespeare: A Textual Companion

    John Jowett, William Montgomery, Gary Taylor, Et Al.

    A comprehensive accompaniment and resource for students and educators.More

  5. Book ImageShakespeare: A Life in Drama

    Stanley Wells

    “Stanley Wells commands particular attention. . . .In this new book he surveys with common sense, stylish prose, and the insight that comes from a lifetime of study, all the plays and poems, setting them against what is known of their creator’s life. . . . He is particularly attentive to theatrical values and alludes regularly to modern stage productions.” —Washington PostMore

  6. Book ImageRestoration and Eighteenth-Century Comedy

    Scott McMillin

    Second Edition

    This Second Edition builds on its predecessor’s strengths by adding a sixth play, Aphra Behn’s The Rover, a comedy that has clearly come into prominence in recent years.More

  7. Book ImageOroonoko

    Aphra Behn, Joanna Lipking

    This long-awaited Norton Critical Edition of Aphra Behn’s best-known and most influential work makes available the original 1688 text, the only text published in her lifetime.More

  8. Book ImageThe Selected Writings of Christine de Pizan

    Christine de Pizan, Kevin Brownlee, Renate Blumenfeld-Kosinski

    Christine de Pizan (ca. 1364-ca. 1421) is Europe’s first professional woman writer. She wrote an astonishing body of work in many genres, including lyric poetry, allegorical dream visions, history, political treatises, and biography.More

  9. Book ImageDracula

    Bram Stoker, Nina Auerbach, David J. Skal

    This Norton Critical Edition presents fully annotated the text of the 1897 First Edition.More

  10. Book ImageMcTeague

    Frank Norris, Donald Pizer

    Second Edition

    The text of this edition presents, fully annotated, the 1899 First Edition text of McTeague, a significant example of American literary naturalism and a commentary on turn-of-the-century American cultural values.More

  11. Book ImageMill: The Spirit of the Age, On Liberty, The Subjection of Women

    John Stuart Mill, Alan Ryan

    This long-anticipated Norton Critical Edition represents an extensive revision of its predecessor, On Liberty, edited by the late David Spitz.More

  12. Book ImageThe Pleasures of Reading: In an Ideological Age

    Robert Alter

    “A book that ought to be placed in the hands of any person who shows the slightest interest in serious reading or in hearing a good, practical defense of high culture.” —Wall Street JournalMore

  13. Book ImageLeviathan

    Thomas Hobbes, Richard Flathman, David Johnston

    This Norton Critical Edition of arguably the greatest work of political theory written in the English language contains the bulk of Hobbes's treatise, including all chapters except those of interest primarily to professional historical scholars.More

  14. Book ImageGulliver's Travels

    Jonathan Swift, Albert J. Rivero

    This new edition of Swift's satiric classic is based on the 1726 text—the edition textual scholars now consider the most authoritative.More

  15. Book ImageThe Forbidden Best-Sellers of Pre-Revolutionary France

    Robert Darnton

    Robert Darnton's work is one of the main reasons that cultural history has become an exciting study central to our understanding of the past.More

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