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  1. 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

  2. Book ImageThe Last Chicken in America: A Novel in Stories

    Ellen Litman

    "[An] elegantly constructed web of stories about Russian-Jewish immigrants....Warm, true and original."—New York Times Book ReviewMore

  3. 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

  4. Book ImageO Pioneers!

    Willa Cather, Sharon O'Brien

    Willa Cather's masterful 1913 novel marks her return to the Nebraska of her youth, and to the stories of the immigrant settlers she had known during her childhood and teenage years in Red Cloud.More

  5. Book ImagePassing

    Nella Larsen, Carla Kaplan

    Nella Larsen is a central figure in African American, Modernist, and women’s literature.More

  6. Book ImageJacob's Room

    Virginia Woolf, Suzanne Raitt

    Jacob’s Room is Virginia Woolf’s experimental third novel, set in England during the halcyon days before World War I. The text reprinted here is the first British edition, which Woolf approved, and which retains her original layout, including paragraph spacing.More

  7. Book ImageRoughing It in the Bush

    Susanna Moodie, Michael Peterman

    In 1832, Susanna Moodie immigrated to Canada from Britain with her husband and daughter in search of comfort and independence in the unsettled Canadian backwoods.More

  8. Book ImageThe Norton Anthology of Literature by Women: The Traditions in English

    Sandra M. Gilbert, Susan Gubar

    Third Edition / Volume(s): Two-Volume Set

    Long the standard teaching anthology, the landmark Norton Anthology of Literature by Women has introduced generations of readers to the rich variety of women’s writing in English.More

  9. Book ImageAnne of Green Gables

    L. M. Montgomery, Mary Henley Rubio, Elizabeth Waterston

    Since its publication in 1908, Anne of Green Gables has been an enduring bestseller and arguably Canada’s most famous novel.More

  10. Book ImageThe Secret Garden

    Frances Hodgson Burnett, Gretchen Holbrook Gerzina

    Frances Hodgson Burnett was the highest paid and most widely read woman writer of her time, publishing more than fifty novels and thirteen plays.More

  11. Book ImageThree Lives and Q.E.D.

    Gertrude Stein, Marianne DeKoven

    This Norton Critical Edition includes both Three Lives and Q.E.D., first published in 1909 and 1950, respectively.More

  12. Book ImageKatherine Mansfield's Selected Stories

    Katherine Mansfield, Vincent O'Sullivan

    This Norton Critical Edition includes thirty-five of Katherine Mansfield’s short stories with explanatory annotations.More

  13. Book ImageNorth and South

    Elizabeth Gaskell, Alan Shelston

    A revolutionary social and political commentary, North and South solidified Gaskell’s place in the company of Victorian England’s finest novelists.More

  14. Book ImageNorthanger Abbey: A Norton Critical Edition

    Jane Austen, Susan Fraiman

    Northanger Abbey, written in Jane Austen’s youth and posthumously published, is arguably her most mysterious, imaginative, and optimistic novel.More

  15. Book ImageThe Showings of Julian of Norwich

    Julian of Norwich, Denise N. Baker

    Julian of Norwich is among the most intriguing religious visionaries in Christian history.More

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