The Tales of The Clerk and The Wife of Bath
John Clare Selected Poetry and Prose
Alexander Pope Selected Poetry and Prose
Byron: Selected Poetry and Prose
By Geoffrey Chaucer, Marion Wynne-Davies
October 22, 1992
The first feminist edition of these two tales. Wynne-Davies addresses the social and cultural context of the poems' production in a critical commentary to the texts. Also includes a line by line gloss and a historical introduction....
By Alexander Pope, Robin Sowerby
August 18, 1988
Alexander Pope's technical polish and intellectual poise appeal to the subtlest audience. This selection includes The Rape of the Lock, Eloisa to Abelard, and extracts from The Dunciad and the translation of Homer....
By Lord Byron, Donald A. Low
December 06, 1995
Donald Low's collection contains Byron's most subversive, spirited and playful poetry as well as his outspoken prose. With helpful and informative annotation and a full bibliography this is an essential study aid for students....
By John Milton, Tony Davies
January 21, 1992
An edition of Milton's later work rk includes the text of six books of Paradise Lost, The History of Britain and the whole of Samson Agonistes. Through his introduction, commmentary and full annotations, Tony Davies sets the works in their political and cultural contexts, and discusses such themes ...
By William Morris, James Redmond
January 15, 1972
"This astute and long overdue reappraisal provides a lucid overview and a wealth of contextual information. An excellent resource." -- Shannon L. Rogers, Saint Josephâ€™s University, Editor, Newsletter of the William Morris Society in the United States"through his insightful introduction and ...
By John Ford, Simon Barker
April 17, 1997
The last decade has seen a revival of interest in John Ford and especially 'Tis Pity She's a Whore, his tragedy of religious scepticism, incestuous love, and revenge. This text in particular has provided a focus for scholarship as well as being the subject of a number of major theatrical ...