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Peter Pan: Peter and Wendy and Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens

by J.M. Barrie & Jack Zipes

J.M. Barrie's timeless tale of the 'boy who would not grow up' Peter Pan is edited with an introduction by Jack Zipes in Penguin Classics. When Peter Pan and his fairy companion Tinker Bell fly in through the...


The Secret Garden

by Frances Hodgson Burnett & Alison Lurie

Frances Hodgson Burnett's beloved classic tells the story of  Mary Lennox, a spoiled orphan who leaves India to live with her cold uncle in his dreary mansion in England. When Mary hears of a secret garden...


Uncle Tom's Cabin: Or, Life Among the Lowly

by Harriet Beecher Stowe & Anne Douglas

Perhaps the most powerful document in the history of American abolitionism, this controversial novel goaded thousands of readers to take a stand on the issue of slavery and played a major political and social...


Up from Slavery: An Autobiography

by Booker T. Washington & Louis R. Harlan

During his unchallenged reign as black America's foremost spokesman, former slave Booker T. Washington treaded a dangerous middle ground in a time of racial backlash and disfranchisement: as he publicly acquiesced...


A Midsummer Night's Dream

by Tom Robinson

Magic, love spells, and an enchanted wood provide the materials for one of Shakespeare’s most delightful comedies. When four young lovers, fleeing the Athenian law and their own mismatched rivalries, take...


Northland Stories

by Jack London & Jonathan Auerbach

Like the characters in the popular dime novels of the time, London's heroes display such manly virtues as courage, loyalty, and steadfastness as they conftont the merciless frozen expanses of the north. Yet...


The Communist Manifesto: (Penguin Classics Deluxe Edition)

by Karl Marx & Friedrich Engels

"A spectre is haunting Europe - the spectre of Communism." So begins one of history's most important documents, a work of such magnitude that it has forever changed not only the scope of world politics, but...


The House of the Seven Gables

by Nathaniel Hawthorne & Milton Stern

This enduring novel of crime and retribution vividly reflects the social and moral values of New England in the 1840s. Nathaniel Hawthorne's gripping psychological drama concerns the Pyncheon family, a dynasty...


The Gilded Age: A Tale of Today

by Mark Twain & Charles Warner

Introduction by Ron Powers

Includes Newly Commissioned Endnotes

Arguably the first major American novel to satirize the political milieu of Washington, D.C. and the wild speculation schemes that exploded across...


A Vocation and a Voice: Stories

by Kate Chopin & Emily Toth

Published for the first time as Chopin intended, this is a collection of her most innovative stories, including "The Story of an Hour," "An Egyptian Cigarette," and "The Kiss."


Ragged Dick and Struggling Upward

by Jr., Horatio Alger & Carl Bode

From the 1860's through the 1890s, Horatio Alger wrote hundreds of novels to teach young boys the merits of honesty, hard work, and cheerfulness in the face of adversity.

The hero of Ragged Dick is a veritable...


Facundo: Or, Civilization and Barbarism

by Domingo Sarmiento & Ilan Stavans

Ostensibly a biography of the gaucho barbarian Juan Facundo Quiroga, Facundo is also a complex, passionate work of history, sociology, and political commentary, and Latin America's most important essay of the...


Rashomon and Seventeen Other Stories: (Penguin Classics Deluxe Edition)

by Ryunosuke Akutagawa & Haruki Murakami

Ryünosuke Akutagawa (1892-1927) is one of Japan's foremost stylists - a modernist master whose short stories are marked by highly original imagery, cynicism, beauty and wild humour. 'Rashömon' and 'In a Bamboo...


Studs Lonigan

by James T. Farrell & Ann Douglas

Collected here in one volume is James T. Farrell's renowned trilogy of the youth, early manhood, and death of Studs Lonigan: Young Lonigan, The Young Manhood of Studs Lonigan, and Judgment Day. In this relentlessly...


Little Women

by LouisaMay Alcott & Elaine Showalter

Louisa May Alcott's iconic novel-the beloved portrait of a nineteenth-century New England family in wartime

The classic story of the March family, Little Women has been adored for generations. Now in a vibrant...


Henry VI, Part 3

by William Shakespeare & A. Braunmuller

"I feel that I have spent half my career with one or another Pelican Shakespeare in my back pocket. Convenience, however, is the least important aspect of the new Pelican Shakespeare series. Here is an elegant...


In the Shadow of Young Girls in Flower: In Search of Lost Time, Volume 2 (Penguin Classics Deluxe Edition)

by Marcel Proust & James Grieve

In the Shadow of Young Girls in Flower is Proust’s spectacular dissection of male and female adolescence, charged with the narrator’s memories of Paris and the Normandy seaside. At the heart of the story...


Sodom and Gomorrah: In Search of Lost Time, Volume 4 (Penguin Classics Deluxe Edition)

by Marcel Proust & John Sturrock

Sodom and Gomorrah—now in a superb translation by John Sturrock—takes up the theme of homosexual love, male and female, and dwells on how destructive sexual jealousy can be for those who suffer it. Proust’s...


In Patagonia

Hawthornden Prize 1977

by Bruce Chatwin

The masterpiece of travel writing that revolutionized the genre and made its author famous overnight

 

An exhilarating look at a place that still retains the exotic mystery of a far-off, unseen land, Bruce Chatwin’s...


The Emigrants

by Gilbert Imlay & Amanda Gilroy

Imlay’s delightful epistolary adventure of 1793, set on the American frontier, was one of the first American novels. The trials of an emigrant family in the Ohio River Valley of Kentucky contrast the decadence...