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Heart of Darkness - Second Edition

"[This edition is] far better than anything else on the market today." - Craig Keating, Langara College

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The Autobiography of Ashley Bowen, 1728-1813

"Heretofore only available to scholars working in research libraries, The Autobiography of Ashley Bowen can now become essential reading in undergraduate courses." - Robert A. McCaughey, Columbia University  

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The Beetle

"Broadview has once again come to the rescue with a new edition of this lurid classic that at one time outsold Dracula ." - Nicholas Daly, Trinity College, Dublin

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Common Sense

"Edward Larkin's new edition of Common Sense will be welcomed by readers. This should become the definitive new edition of Paine's classic tract." - Richard Boyd, University of Wisconsin-Madison

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Euphemia

Euphemia is an extraordinary account of pre-Revolutionary America from a woman's perspective. The wife of a British army officer, Euphemia, chronicles in her letters both her private life and how that life intersects with those of the other inhabitants of the colony.

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The Female American - Second Edition

"This adeptly edited page-turner of a novel is a fascinating descendant of Robinson Crusoe and an important example of the kinds of cross-Atlantic fiction being written to explore issues of colonialism, race, gender, nationhood, and human rights in the decade before the American Revolution." - Pa...

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The Female American; or, The Adventures of Unca Eliza Winkfield

" The Female American will invigorate any collection of colonial American literature." - Myra Jehlen, Rutgers University

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Guanya Pau

The first book of long fiction by an African to be published in English, this novel tells the story of a young woman of the Vai people in Liberia. 

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Hamel, the Obeah Man

"Candace Ward and Tim Watson have produced what is probably the definitive scholarly edition of Cynric Williams's Hamel, the Obeah Man . Their introduction is a magisterial synthesis of archival research and textual analysis that contextualizes the novel's themes and plot within the conjunctura...

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