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Women's Literature

WOMEN'S LITERATURE

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Jane Eyre

"An excellent introduction to Jane Eyre in its time." - Mary Ellis Gibson, University of North Carolina, Greensboro

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Pride and Prejudice

"Robert Irvine's edition of Pride and Prejudice is a wonderfully illuminating text of an often misunderstood classic." - John Richetti, University of Pennsylvania

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Adam Bede

"The Broadview edition of Adam Bede is an excellent one for students, scholars, and the intelligent general reader." - Pam Hirsch, University of Cambridge

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The Adventures of Eovaai

" The Adventures of Eovaai is the most important prose satire of English politics and the administration of Sir Robert Walpole between Gulliver's Travels and Jonathan Wild ." - Jerry C. Beasley, University of Delaware

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The Adventures of Rivella

" The Adventures of Rivella is especially valuable for the light it throws on a woman author's relations with publishers and other writers, both male and female." - Bruce Stovel, University of Alberta

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The Age of Innocence

"No one working on Wharton today places her so accurately as Nowlin." - Linda Wagner-Martin, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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Aleta Dey

Like Cather's My Antonia , Beynon's Aleta Dey resonates with prairie simplicity, passion, and strength.

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An Essay on the Art of Ingeniously Tormenting

A wickedly satirical send-up of eighteenth-century advice manuals and educational tracts.

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Anna Letitia Barbauld: Selected Poetry and Prose

"Extraordinarily well-researched and readable, this is a superb edition of works by one of the finest and most influential writers of the Romantic era." - Paula Feldman, University of South Carolina

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