Oxford World's Classics are recognized for the authority and reliability of their texts and translations. They include much-loved novels such as Pride and Prejudice and Great Expectations and a wealth of equally enthralling works of literature, religion, and philosophy. Our books are highly regarded for their timeless appeal and critical quality, encompassing classic fiction, ancient philosophy, and some surprising gems from cookery books to magical Celtic tales. A continuous programme of new titles and revised editions ensures that the series retains its breadth and reflects the latest scholarship. Comprehensive introductions, clear explanatory notes, chronologies, and bibliographies support the classic texts. In addition, many Oxford World's Classics include fascinating and useful related material such as maps, glossaries, indexes, illustrations, and appendices.
Media Classics--Books that Inspired Film, TV, and Radio Adaptations
2011 marked the completion of the Oxford Shakespeare series under the general editorship of Stanley Wells. The work of 30 scholars over the course of 32 years, all Shakespeare's 39 major works are now available in editions that interpret and illuminate the texts for today's readers.
Little Women (Oxford World's Classics)
Little Women has remained enduringly popular since its publication in 1868, becoming the...
Read more £7.99£5.59