The American Novel

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  1. Book ImageThe Wings of the Dove

    Henry James, J. Donald Crowley, Richard A. Hocks

    Second Edition

    The text of this 1902 novel is again that of the fully corrected and annotated reprint of the New York Edition (1909), together with James’s preface and the two frontispieces he commissioned for the New York Edition of The Wings of the Dove.More

  2. Book ImageAdventures of Huckleberry Finn

    Mark Twain, Thomas Cooley

    Third Edition

    This perennially popular Norton Critical Edition reprints for the first time the definitive Iowa-California text of Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, complete with all original illustrations by Edward Windsor Kemble and John Harley. The text is accompanied by explanatory annotations.More

  3. 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

  4. Book ImageEthan Frome

    Edith Wharton, Kristin O. Lauer, Cynthia Griffin Wolff

    This Norton Critical Edition of Edith Wharton's celebrated novella is based on the first edition, published by Charles Scribner's Sons in 1911.More

  5. Book ImageThe Ambassadors

    Henry James, S P. Rosenbaum

    Second Edition

    This revised and expanded Norton Critical Edition of The Ambassadors again includes the author's preface as well as the most significant variants of the three earlier editions of the novel published in James's lifetime.More

  6. Book ImageMaggie: A Girl of the Streets

    Stephen Crane, Thomas A. Gullason

    Maggie: A Girl of the Streets was the first major naturalistic novel in America.More

  7. Book ImageThe American

    Henry James, James W. Tuttleton

    The text reprinted in this volume is based on an examination of the five printed versions of The American (first published in 1877) which appeared in James's lifetime, and it is preceded by his "Preface to the New York Edition" (1907).More

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