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Marvelous Transformations

"...a most original book that will be useful to readers who seek to grasp

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Native Poetry in Canada: A Contemporary Anthology

"Such a gathering of writers and words, to borrow a phrase from Wayne Keon, makes 'all the stars/cooperate/and come out shining.'" - Lorna Crozier, University of Victoria

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Nightwalkers

"This anthology will open up new avenues for debate about the intersection of sex, labour and representation not only in eighteenth-century studies, but also in the analysis of British social history more generally." - Daniel O'Quinn, University of Guelph

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Nine Medieval Romances of Magic

Marijane Osborn translates into modern English nine lively medieval verse romances, in a form that both reflects the original and makes them inviting to a modern audience.

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Nineteenth-Century Stories by Women

This anthology brings together stories by both British and North American writers.

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Novel Definitions

The only anthology of its kind, Novel Definitions is a perfect addition to a course on the history of the novel or the 18th century novel.

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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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Poems: A Concise Anthology

Contemporary and innovative, this affordably priced new anthology is designed to meet the classroom needs of both instructors and students.

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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

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