Theory & Criticism

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  1. Book ImageTextual Editing and Criticism: An Introduction

    Erick Kelemen, Donald H. Reiman

    Textual Editing and Criticism: An Introduction addresses a gap in currently available materials for English and American literature teachers who bring textual editing and criticism into their courses.More

  2. Book ImageTartuffe: A New Verse Translation

    Molière, Constance Congdon, Virginia Scott

    Widely hailed as the founder of the modern French comedy, and known to be a gifted actor, playwright, and patron of fellow actors, Molière was a towering presence in seventeenth-century France—and the scourge of its political and religious Establishment.More

  3. Book ImageThe Pilgrim's Progress

    John Bunyan, Cynthia Wall

    John Bunyan was a Baptist preacher and author with little education but much vision and purpose.More

  4. Book ImageThe New Annotated Dracula

    Bram Stoker, Leslie S. Klinger, Janet Byrne, Et Al.

    Cause for international celebration—the most important and complete edition of Dracula in decades.More

  5. Book ImageCultural Amnesia: Necessary Memories from History and the Arts

    Clive James

    "I can't remember when I've learned as much from something I've read—or laughed as much while doing it."—Jacob Weisberg, SlateMore

  6. Book ImageThe Time Machine

    H. G. Wells, Stephen Arata

    The Time Machine (1895) is H. G. Wells’s first published novel as well as his most enduring and influential work.More

  7. Book ImageHow to Read Foucault

    Johanna Oksala, Simon Critchley

    Intent upon letting the reader experience the pleasure and intellectual stimulation in reading classic authors, the How to Read series will facilitate and enrich your understanding of texts vital to the canon.More

  8. Book ImageHow to Read Kierkegaard

    John D. Caputo, Simon Critchley

    Intent upon letting the reader experience the pleasure and intellectual stimulation in reading classic authors, the How to Read series will facilitate and enrich your understanding of texts vital to the canon.More

  9. Book ImageHow to Read the Egyptian Book of the Dead

    Barry Kemp, Simon Critchley

    Intent upon letting the reader experience the pleasure and intellectual stimulation in reading classic authors, the How to Read series will facilitate and enrich your understanding of texts vital to the canon.More

  10. Book ImageHow to Read the Qur'an

    Mona Siddiqui, Simon Critchley

    How to Read is a personal master class that brings you face-to-face with the work of some of the most influential and challenging texts in history.More

  11. Book ImageWriting a Woman's Life

    Carolyn G. Heilbrun, Katha Pollitt

    "A provocative study that should be in every writer's library."—Washington PostMore

  12. Book ImageKeats's Poetry and Prose

    John Keats, Jeffrey N. Cox

    This Norton Critical Edition seeks to return Keats—one of the most beloved poets of the English language—to his cultural moment by tracking his emergence as a public poet.More

  13. Book ImageFathers and Children

    Ivan Turgenev, Michael R. Katz

    Second Edition

    Michael R. Katz’s acclaimed translation of Turgenev’s greatest novel is again the basis for this Norton Critical Edition.More

  14. Book ImageTolstoy's Short Fiction

    Leo Tolstoy, Michael R. Katz

    Second Edition

    Leo Tolstoy’s short works, like his novels, show readers his narrative genius, keen observation, and historical acumen—albeit on a smaller scale.More

  15. Book ImageMary Barton

    Elizabeth Gaskell, Thomas Recchio

    Elizabeth Gaskell, one of the nineteenth century’s most significant novelists, was widely held to be the social conscience of Great Britain during the Industrial Revolution.More

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