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Phoebe

by Margaret Oliphant

Fans of Jane Austen's work will enjoy this witty masterpiece from Scottish writer Margaret Oliphant. Using a classic "fish out of water" theme, Phoebe, Junior is an insightful and sometimes subversive look at...


Slave of Silence

by Fred M. White

Fans of golden-era mysteries will relish Fred M. White's The Slave of Silence. Beautiful Beatrice Darryll is betrothed and in the final stages of her pre-wedding preparations when she suddenly finds herself...


The Dollmaker

by Harriette Arnow

The Dollmaker was originally published in 1954 to immediate success and critical acclaim. In unadorned and powerful prose, Harriette Arnow tells the unforgettable and heartbreaking story of the Nevels family...


Girl, Going on 17: Pants on Fire

by Sue Limb

It's never fun when a great summer comes to an end.

Particularly when one argues with one’s adorable, but grossly insensitive, boyfriend the night before school starts. It’s such a terrible fight, Jess doesn’t...


The Dupin Mysteries and Other Tales of Ratiocination

by Edgar Allan Poe

Edgar Allan Poe is widely credited for creating the first fictional detective, setting the stage for a new genre of literature. The three Dupin stories are collected here, along with Poe's two other "puzzle"...


A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man

by James Joyce

Set in Joyce's native Ireland, the story follows life of a young man Stephen and his transformation from child to artist. In five chapters, we are taken through Stephen's early childhood in Ireland and confinement...


The House of the Seven Gables

by Nathaniel Hawthorne & Katherine Howe

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA


The Governess and Other Stories

by Stefan Zweig & Anthea Bell

These four stories illustrate the wide range of Zweig’s subject matter dating from quite early in his career as a writer of fiction (The Governess, rooted in a world of strict Edwardian morality), to late...


South Sea Tales

by Jack London, Christopher Gair & Tony Horwitz

Like the celebrated Klondike Tales, the stories that comprise South Sea Tales derive their intensity from the author’s own far-flung adventures, conveying an impassioned, unsparing vision borne only of experience....


Troilus and Cressida

by William Shakespeare, Jonathan Bate & Eric Rasmussen

Eminent Shakespearean scholars Jonathan Bate and Eric Rasmussen provide a fresh new edition of this classic tragedy of politics and war, honor and love—along with more than a hundred pages of exclusive features,...


Richard II

by William Shakespeare, Eric Rasmussen & Jonathan Bate

This moving and eloquent historical drama depicts the conflict between a willful and arrogant poet of a king, Richard II, and his politically pragmatic cousin, Bolingbroke. Rich with memorable scenes and speeches,...


Measure for Measure

by William Shakespeare, Jonathan Bate & Eric Rasmussen

Eminent Shakespearean scholars Jonathan Bate and Eric Rasmussen provide a fresh new edition of this powerful play that explores sexual hypocrisy and questions morality at all levels of society. This volume also...


The Taming of the Shrew

by William Shakespeare, Jonathan Bate & Eric Rasmussen

A robust and bawdy battle of the sexes, this ever popular comedy captivates audiences with outrageous humor as Katharina, the shrew, engages in a contest of wills–and love–with her bridegroom, Petruchio....


A Hero of Our Time: (New revised, annotated and illustrated edition)

by Mikhail Lermontov

Lermontov's only full-scale novel, which prophetically describes the duel in which he later lost his own life. The hero of the novel, Pechorin is an intense individual, a military officer who kidnaps beautiful...


The Picture of Dorian Gray: (original prize winning classic)

by Oscar Wilde

Oscar Wilde's only novel, a classic instance of the aestheticism of the 19th century English literature. Dorian is what I would like to be - in other ages, perhaps, said Oscar Wilde describing this novel. Basil...


Petersburg

by Andrei Bely & John Elsworth

After enlisting in a revolutionary terrorist organization, the university student Nikolai Apollonovich Ableukhov is entrusted with a highly dangerous mission: to plant a bomb and assassinate a major government...


Julie, or the New Heloise: Letters of Two Lovers Who Live in a Small Town at the Foot of the Alps

by Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Philip Stewart & Jean Vache

A novel in which Rousseau reconceptualized the relationship of the individual to the collective and articulated a new moral paradigm


UFOs: Generals, Pilots and Government Officials Go On the Record

by Leslie Kean

An Air Force major is ordered to approach a brilliant UFO in his Phantom jet over Tehran. He repeatedly attempts to engage and fire on unusual objects heading right toward his aircraft, but his missile control...


The Complete Brigadier Gerard Stories

by Arthur Conan Doyle

Mon Dieu! The extraordinary, sabre-rattling adventures of Gerard, a young French cavalry officer in the time of the Napoleonic wars, introduce a hero who will be adored by fans of Flashman and Sherlock Holmes...


The Scarlet Letter

by Nathaniel Hawthorne

Seventeen-century Boston is a community repressed by its own puritanical outlook, but the more it strives to contain sin the more ridiculous it becomes.