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The Clever Woman of the Family

"I am delighted to see that this important text is now accessible in an excellent edition." - June Sturrock, Simon Fraser University

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'Criminals, Idiots, Women, & Minors'

"This is an indispensable collection. It is one of the most imaginative and useful anthologies to be published in the last decade." - Joanne Shattock, University of Leicester

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Daisy Miller

"Everything about this edition commends it to instructors, students, and general readers alike. Kristin Boudreau's authoritative introduction provides an excellent orientation, no less for seasoned scholars than for students discovering Henry James." - Daniel Mark Fogel, University of Vermont ...

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Literature of the Women's Suffrage Campaign in England

"This is an invaluable anthology." - Valerie Sanders, The University of Hull

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Moths

"This impressive edition of Ouida's Moths brings a little-known novel by one of Victorian England's most eccentric novelists to the attention of twenty-first-century readers." - Lynn Voskuil, University of Houston

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Mrs Warren's Profession

"This thorough, well-researched edition is a major contribution to everyone's understanding of Shaw's always up-to-date dramatic study of prostitution and capitalism." - Jonathan Wisenthal, University of British Columbia

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A New Woman Reader

"Packed full of unabridged key documents from the period,  A New Woman Reader  will be an invaluable teaching tool." - Sally Ledger, Birkbeck College, University of London

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The Odd Women

"In Arlene Young's carefully edited and annotated edition, we have the definitive guide to Gissing's novel." - Stephen Arata, University of Virginia

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The Pool in the Desert

In The Pool in the Desert , first published in 1903, Sara Jeannette Duncan explores the impact of isolation on the small British communities of Victorian India.

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