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The Man Who Sees Ghosts

by Friedrich von Schiller & David Bryer

One of Germany's greatest writers, Schiller is best known for his influential dramatic works. The Man Who Sees Ghosts, his only novel, was first published in 1789 and proved to be his most popular work, mainly...


Erewhon: Or, Over the Range

by Samuel Butler

Samuel Butler's Erewhon, or Over the Range was published anonymously 1872. In this satire of Victorian society, the main character Higgs discovers an unknown country, the seeming utopia called Erewhon, Nowhere...


Ann Veronica

by H. G. Wells

H. G. Wells' Ann Veronica, first published in 1909, looks at political and feminist issues of the time. It's heroine goes from being a naive young girl into becoming a picture of the New Woman. The novel caused...


Billy Budd, Sailor

by Herman Melville

Enriched Classics offer readers accessible editions of great works of literature enhanced by helpful notes and commentary. Each book includes educational tools alongside the text, enabling students and readers...


The Pickwick Papers

by Charles Dickens & Jasper Fforde

The adventures of the immortal Pickwick Club, headed by good Mr. Pickwick himself, have kept readers laughing for nearly two centuries. Following the intrepidly bumbling Pickwickians along the highways and byways...


Camilla: A Picture of Youth

by Frances Burney

Though Frances Burney's novels significantly influenced writers such as Jane Austen, Austen satirizes the genre in her own novel Northanger Abbey, writing of it: 'It is only Cecilia, or Camilla, or Belinda';...


Ragged Dick: Or, Street Life in New York with the Boot Blacks

by Horatio Alger, Michael Meyer & Bryan Waterman

"I ain't knocked round the city streets all my life for nothin'," proclaims Ragged Dick, the fast-talking boy hero of Horatio Alger's classic rags-to-riches tale. Dick is a plucky street boy who smokes, gambles,...


Agnes Grey

by Anne Bronte

Agnes Grey is the daughter of a minister who faces financial ruin. Agnes decides to take up one of the only professions available to Victorian gentlewomen and become a governess. Drawing on her own, similar...


Charlotte Temple

by Susanna Rowson

Susanna Rowson's Charlotte Temple became a huge seller in America from its first publication there in 1794, subsequently going through over two hundred editions. This seduction novel tells of British schoolgirl...


Malavikagnimitram

by Kalidasa & Srinivas Reddy

Her left hand rests on her hip, the bangle motionless at her wrist while the other arm falls freely like a fig branch. Lowering her eyes to the tiled floor, where her big toe caresses a flower, her curved body...


Kumarasambhavam

by Kalidasa & Hank Heifetz

The greatest long poem in classical Sanskrit, by the greatest poet of the language She with her beautiful face at once was in the power of Śiva and of drunkenness, taking her shyness away, both eagerly drawing...


The Scarlet Plague

by Jack London

It is the year 2072, sixty years on from the scarlet plague that decimated the earth's population. As one of the few who knew life before the plague, James Howard Smith tries to impart what he knows to his grandsons...


The Whole Family: A Novel By Twelve Authors

by Various

The collaborative efforts of twelve different authors writing a chapter each, The Whole Family is a 1908 novel conceived of by writer William Dean Howells and directed by Elizabeth Jordan, the editor Harper's...


Cranford

by Elizabeth Gaskell

The novel Cranford grew out of a short story (now the first two chapters) and it reads like a series of episodes in the fictional town of Cranford. The central characters are Mary Smith and her friends, the...


Clarissa: Or the History of a Young Lady

by Samuel Richardson, Sheila Ortiz Taylor & Lynn Shepherd

One of the first great British novels, Samuel Richardson's classic tale became a legend to his own age and remains so today.

Defying her parents' desire for her to marry a loathsome man for his wealth, the virtuous...


Four Arthurian Romances

by Chretien de Troyes

Chrétien de Troyes' Four Arthurian Romances continued and expanded on existing Arthurian legends, but began the Arthurian Romance genre, so popular in Medieval literature. His tales often diverge from Arthur...


Heart of Darkness

by Matt Kish

Following his epic Moby Dick in Pictures, artist Matt Kish has set himself upon an equally impressive, and no less harrowing, task: illustrating each page of Joseph Conrad’s masterpiece, Heart of Darkness....


Calm at Sunset, Calm at Dawn

by Paul Watkins

‘Few contemporary novelists have the ability to grab readers by the throat with such intense storytelling power and not release them until the final page has been turned.’ Sunday Times ‘We are carried along...


The Divine Comedy

by Dante Alighieri & Paul Gustave Dore

Inferno, Purgatorio, and Paradiso — the three fates of the deceased become the three pillars of an epic poem. The Divine Comedy, written by Italian poet Dante Alighieri in the fourteenth century, is considered...


Satori in Paris and Pic

by Jack Kerouac

Satori in Paris and Pic, two of Jack Kerouac's last novels, showcase the remarkable range and versatility of his mature talent. Satori in Paris is a rollicking autobiographical account of Kerouac's search for...