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  1. Book ImageCommon Sense and Other Writings

    Thomas Paine, J. M. Opal

    Thomas Paine often declared himself a citizen of the world. This Norton Critical Edition presents Paine and his writing within the transatlantic and global context of the revolutionary ideas and actions of his time.More

  2. Book ImageFrankenstein

    Mary Shelley, J. Paul Hunter

    Second Edition

    The best-selling student edition on the market, now available in a Second Edition.More

  3. Book ImageAs You Like It

    William Shakespeare, Leah S. Marcus

    “All the world’s a stage.” Shakespeare’s beloved pastoral comedy is now available in a Norton Critical Edition.More

  4. Book ImageThe Gawain Poet: Complete Works: Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, Patience, Cleanness, Pearl, Saint Erkenwald

    Marie Borroff

    Of the five poems contained in this book, two are acknowledged masterpieces. The plot of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, an Arthurian romance, brilliantly interweaves elements of suspense and high comedy.More

  5. Book ImageEmma

    Jane Austen, George Justice

    Fourth Edition

    Jane Austen’s beloved comedic novel is now available in a revised and updated Norton Critical Edition.More

  6. Book ImageAntony and Cleopatra

    William Shakespeare, Ania Loomba

    William Shakespeare’s great Roman tragedy of adultery amid political conflict is now available in a richly documented and illustrated Norton Critical Edition.More

  7. Book ImageThe Roaring Girl

    Thomas Dekker, Thomas Middleton, Jennifer Panek

    Middleton and Dekker’s comic triumph is as relevant today as when it was first performed in 1611. With its helpful annotations, historical documents on cross dressing and on the colorful Mary Frith (the real-life model for Moll Cutpurse), and wealth of scholarly interpretations, this Norton Critical Edition brings The Roaring Girl to life for today’s reader.More

  8. Book ImageA Clockwork Orange

    Anthony Burgess, Mark Rawlinson

    “A brilliant novel . . . a savage satire on the distortions of the single and collective minds.” —New York Times

    “Anthony Burgess has written what looks like a nasty little shocker, but is really that rare thing in English letters: a philosophical novel.” —TimeMore

  9. Book ImageMilton's Selected Poetry and Prose

    John Milton, Jason P. Rosenblatt

    Milton’s Selected Poetry and Prose presents the major poetic (excluding Paradise Lost) and prose works along with supporting materials necessary for in-depth study. Together, the Norton Critical Editions of Paradise Lost (ed. Gordon Teskey, 2005) and Milton’s Selected Poetry and Prose are the essential texts for studying John Milton.More

  10. Book ImageHamlet

    William Shakespeare, Robert S. Miola

    New Edition

    Hamlet, Shakespeare’s most famous play, is now available in an all-new, illustrated Norton Critical Edition.More

  11. Book ImageUtopia

    Thomas More, Robert M. Adams, George M. Logan

    Third Edition

    Inspiring, provocative, prophetic, and enigmatic, Utopia is the literary masterpiece of a visionary statesman and one of the most influential books of the modern world.More

  12. Book ImageCharlotte Temple

    Susanna Rowson, Marion L. Rust

    The best-selling Early American novel is now available in a Norton Critical Edition.More

  13. Book ImageThe Literature of Australia: An Anthology

    Nicholas Jose, Thomas Keneally

    College Edition

    “Unprecedented in the breadth of what it offers from both the ancient and the recent literature of my country.”—Thomas Keneally, from the foreword
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  14. Book ImageSir Gawain and the Green Knight

    Laura L. Howes, Marie Borroff

    This long-awaited Norton Critical Edition of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight includes Marie Borroff’s celebrated, newly revised verse translation with supporting materials not to be found in any other single volume.More

  15. Book ImageMeasure for Measure

    William Shakespeare, Grace Ioppolo

    This Norton Critical Edition looks at the full range of opinion and interpretation of this major play from its origins to the present day, from its “genius” (William Hazlitt) to its being a “hateful work, although Shakespearean throughout” (Samuel Taylor Coleridge), and beyond.More

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