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A beautiful Penguin Threads edition of Alcott's beloved novel, with an introduction by Jane Smiley Little Women is recognized as one of the best-loved classic children's stories, transcending the boundaries of time and age, making it as popular with adults as it is with young readers. The beloved story of the March girls is a classic American feminist novel, reflecting the tension between cultural obligation and artistic and personal freedom.
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The charming story of these four "little women" and their wise and patient mother Marmee enduring hardships and enjoying adventures in Civil War New England was an instant success when first published in and has been adored for generations. For more than seventy years, Penguin has been the leading publisher of classic literature in the English-speaking world. An uproarious romp of one-upmanship and drunkenness from the nineteenth-century Russian comic genius.
This horrifying, semi-autobiographical feminist story of imprisonment and madness scandalized nineteenth-century society.
Moving, sensual verses on nostalgia and desire by the masterful early twentieth-century Greek poet. From the great writer of turn-of-the-century New York, two devastating portraits of lonely widowhood and an unconventional marriage. The great First World War poet portrays first-hand the horror, devastation and futility of the trenches. Entertaining, frank and sharp-tongued letters between the great eighteenth-century composer and his mentor father. Adventures of shipwreck, colossal beasts and fantastical islands from One Thousand and One Nights.
Three witty tales featuring dandies, anarchists and a murderous prophecy in London high society. Composed by a slave in Greek antiquity, some of the most ancient, sharp-witted and mysterious stories ever told. The great propagandist for Tudor sea power depicts the voyages of the famed explorers who mapped the world. Drawn from German folklore, dark, fantastical fairy tales of wicked deeds, gruesome punishment and just rewards. Ancient Greek myths from The Odyssey telling of battles with memory-destroying plants, cannibal giants and a beautiful enchantress.
Vanity and creeping loneliness permeate these three short stories by the modern master of the form. These haunting accounts of rural Russia and its downtrodden inhabitants helped to abolish serfdom in Two disturbing stories of human conscience and conflicting desires by the pioneer of science fiction. Four medieval Hindu saints approach sex and death through riddle and enigma in this mystical, devotional poetry.
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Spellbinding short stories of man-eating squid, magicians and monstrous machines, from the father of science fiction. Three chilling ghost stories tell of deadly premonitions, dreams intercepted and spectres bearing silent warnings. From the father of American literature, four sparkling comic tales of extraordinary animals and parables subverted. From the great visionary and radical genius of the Romantic age, transcendent verse on heaven and hell, innocence and experience. From the pioneer of horror fiction, this tale of a clergyman tormented by a demonic creature is one of the greatest Victorian ghost stories.
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The searing autobiography of Olaudah Equiano — African slave, sailor and finally a free man — which fuelled the eighteenth-century abolitionist movement. In these two stories gentleman sleuth C. Auguste Dupin, the first fictional detective, investigates the death of a young girl and the grisly murders in the Rue Morgue. This is the story of the women who changed the world, told through speeches, pamphlets, posters, newspaper articles and letters.
Advice on marriage, foreign travel and much more from the irrepressible Margery Kempe: medieval pilgrim, visionary and creator of the first autobiography. Self-celebrating and self-mocking autobiographical writings from Ecce Homo, the last work iconoclastic German philosopher Nietzsche wrote before his descent into madness.
From their arrest to their final breaths, the last days of seven prisoners condemned to death in Tsarist Russia are described in this visceral, heart-stopping novella. Written by spy, traveller and pioneering female writer Aphra Benn, this story of an African prince sold into slavery is considered one of the earliest English novels.
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This joyful poetic satire describes wig thieves, chamberpots, prostitutes and other hazards to be avoided on the teeming streets of eighteenth-century London. From the supreme artist of the short story, three disturbing tales of supernatural hallucinations, hysterical obsession and moral decay. Two young lovers battle pirates, rivals and their own confused feelings in this tender pastoral romance from ancient Greece. In this chilling novella of Victorian horror, George Eliot explores clairvoyance, fate and the possibility of life after death. Two devastating Russian stories of solitude, unrequited love and depravity from beyond the grave.