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Old English Liturgical Verse

This is a student edition of Old English poems, dated from between 975 and 1060, that are based on liturgical material used in the Anglo-Saxon Church.

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Popular Plays by Women in the Restoration and Eighteenth Century

"Racy, funny, and sometimes downright bizarre, these plays are a delight to read and represent an exciting new resource for teachers of eighteenth-century drama and women's literature." - Jean I. Marsden, University of Connecticut

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Revolutions in Romantic Literature

This Broadview anthology of primary source materials is unique in its focus on Romantic literature and the ways in which the period was characterized by wide-ranging, self-conscious debates about the meaning of literature. 

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Science and Society

A unique anthology combining popular and academic science writing.

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Secret Commissions

"This is a book full of amazing stuff--Victorian in its facts, but contemporary in its themes. Great reporters doing great stories." - Nick Davies, investigative reporter, The Guardian

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A Serious Occupation

"Solveig C. Robinson's important and welcome collection, with knowledgeable headnotes and helpful footnotes, recovers substantial works of literary criticism by eighteen Victorian women." - Sally Mitchell, Temple University

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Sexing the Maple

"This book is bold, ambitious, and provocative." - Irene Gammel, Ryerson University  

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Twelfth Night

Shakespeare's Twelfth Night is presented in a stand-alone volume with introductory and contextual materials closely based on those found in the online component of The Broadview Anthology of British Literature .

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Unhomely States

"This book brings together the last forty years of impassioned Canadian debate on what remains our most charged, most unresolved, and always timely argument with and amongst ourselves." - Neil Besner, University of Winnipeg

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