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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 Adventures of Tom Sawyer

"This volume is a magnificent teaching tool, which offers even experienced readers of Mark Twain a compelling reason to return to his first important work of fiction." - Henry B. Wonham, University of Oregon

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The Age of Authors

"Including a rich selection of essays by both important and freshly discovered writers, with a lively introduction setting out the cultural context of the period, th[is] book is an essential guide for any reader interested in eighteenth-century literature and print and book history." - B...

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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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The Age of Reason

"There are many editions of The Age of Reason available for students and modern readers. Kerry Walters' Broadview Edition is the best." - Bruce Kuklick, University of Pennsylvania

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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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The Alexandreis

The Alexandreis is an extraordinarily layered and subtle epic poem on the life of Alexander the Great.

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Alfred, Lord Tennyson: Selected Poetry

"This is an excellent teaching edition, with a lucid introduction and helpful headnotes to the generous selection of longer poems included. It gives a good sense of the trajectory of Tennyson's career and of the historical backdrop against which it took place." - Stefanie Markovits, Yale U...

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Amelia

" Amelia , Fielding's last and in some ways greatest novel, gives us marriage as epic adventure, fraught with perils and blessed with pleasures, and Linda Bree thankfully gives us a new and authoritative edition. The text is well edited and annotated, Bree's introduction superb, and the maps, gl...

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