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The History of Rasselas: Prince of Abissinia

de Samuel Johnson

The distinguished English writer's only novel provides a compelling glimpse of his moral views as he assails 18th-century optimism and man's unrealistic estimates of what life has to offer.


The Golden Age

de Kenneth Grahame & Maxfield Parrish

Thoughtful short stories about five endearing and creative siblings growing up in late Victorian England, the charming vignettes gently probe differences between children's and adults' perceptions of the world....


Maria, or The Wrongs of Woman

de Mary Wollstonecraft & William S. Godwin

A pioneer champion of women's rights illustrates the grim reality of 18th-century England's draconian marriage laws in the tale of a wife locked up in an asylum by her abusive spouse.


What Maisie Knew

de Henry James

Strikingly modern in subject and narrative voice, this 1897 novel centers on a child's view of a bitter divorce. Rather than a gloomy parable of innocence corrupted, it abounds in dark humor.


Visions of Camelot: Great Illustrations of King Arthur and His Court

de Jeff A. Menges

This collection of 148 color and black-and-white illustrations presents unique interpretations of the enduringly popular Arthurian legends by a variety of artists, including Wyeth, Beardsley, Flint, and Pyle....


The Poetic Edda: The Heroic Poems

de Henry Adams Bellows

This vibrant compilation presents the heroic sagas of ancient Scandinavia. Its timeless legends of superhuman warriors and doomed lovers have inspired Wagner's "Ring Cycle" and Tolkien's "Middle-earth."


A Christmas Carol

de Charles Dickens & Arthur Rackham

This illustrated edition of the Yuletide classic features 12 full-color plates plus 18 black-and-white drawings by the renowned Rackham. Simply put, Dickens' immortal tale has never looked better.


Pride and Prejudice

de Jane Austen & Hugh Thomson

Here is quite simply the most handsome edition of one of the finest and most popular novels of all time. It features a cloth binding, full-color dust wrapper, handsome typography, and more than 100 illustrations...


The Poetic Edda: The Mythological Poems

de Henry Adams Bellows

The ancient oral traditions of the Norsemen live on in these translations known as the "Lays of the Gods." This 13th-century collection recaptures a mythical world that influenced Tolkien and other storytellers....


Arabian Nights Illustrated: Art of Dulac, Folkard, Parrish and Others

de Jeff A. Menges

Inspired by tales of Sinbad, Aladdin, Ali Baba, and other exotic characters, this original collection features more than 185 color and black-and-white images by acclaimed artists from the Golden Age of Illustration....


The Forsyte Saga

de John Galsworthy

This monumental trilogy by the Nobel Prize–winning author chronicles the stormy lives of three generations of an upper-middle-class London family obsessed with money and respectability.


Quo Vadis: A Tale of the Time of Nero

de Henryk Sienkiewicz & Jeremiah Curtin

This historical novel contrasts the decadence of ancient Rome with the powerful simplicity of the earliest Christians. Its epic tale recounts the romance between a young Christian convert and a Roman soldier....


Diary of Samuel Pepys: Selected Passages

de Samuel Pepys & Richard Le Gallienne

Parliament member and the trusted confidant of Charles II, Pepys details the Great Fire of London, the horrors of the Plague, the display of the head of Oliver Cromwell at Westminster Hall, more.


Our Nig: Sketches from the Life of a Free Black

de Harriet E. Wilson

Seminal autobiographical novel describes the life and struggles of an orphaned mulatto, recounting her exploitation by employers and an opportunistic husband. Essential for students of African-American history...


The Last Day of a Condemned Man

de Victor Hugo, Arabella Ward & David Dow

In this profoundly moving classic by the author of Les Misérables, a condemned man facing the guillotine looks back on his life and writes of his anguish inside prison walls.


A Hero of Our Time

de Mikhail Lermontov, J. H. Wisdom & Marr Murray

Treachery and sexual intrigue abound in this gripping and influential Russian novel. Its picaresque tales trace a Byronic hero's exploits amid the rugged Caucasian frontier.


Kwaidan: Ghost Stories and Strange Tales of Old Japan

de Lafcadio Hearn, Yasumasa Fujita & Oscar Lewis

From America's great interpreter of all things Japanese — 20 supernatural tales teeming with undead samurais, man-eating goblins and other terrifying demons. Includes 22 illustrations.


The White Company

de Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

This spirited account of the exploits of a crew of Saxon archers during the Hundred Years War features cameo appearances by historical figures such as Edward III and the Black Prince.


Ulysses

de James Joyce & Enda Duffy

Loosely based on the Odyssey, this landmark of modern literature follows ordinary Dubliners through an entire day in 1904. Captivating experimental techniques range from interior monologues to exuberant wordplay...


The Sorrows of Young Werther

de Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Goethe addresses issues of love, death, and redemption in an influential portrayal of a character who struggles to reconcile his artistic sensibilities with the demands of the objective world.