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SpecificationsAbout the Author Born on the fourth of July in 1804 Nathaniel Hawthorne wrote the stories that lie at the heart of the American Romantic movement. His portraits of colonial life reflect his Puritan heritage and offer fascinating profiles of individuals who strive for freedom from social conventions.Author 1 Nathaniel HawthorneAuthor 2 Henry ClaridgeAuthor 3 Dr.Keith CarabineFormat PaperbackEdition Number Reprint EditionEditorial Review Novel by Nathaniel Hawthorne published in 1850. It is considered a masterpiece of American literature and a classic moral study. The novel is set in a village in Puritan New England. The main character is Hester Prynne a young woman who has borne an illegitimate child. Hester believes herself a widow but her husband Roger Chillingworth returns to New England very much alive and conceals his identity. He finds his wife forced to wear the scarlet letter A on her dress as punishment for her adultery. Chillingworth becomes obsessed with finding the identity of his wifes former lover. When he learns that the father of Hesters child is Arthur Dimmesdale a saintly young minister who is the leader of those exhorting her to name the childs father Chillingworth proceeds to torment the guilt-stricken young man. In the end Chillingworth is morally degraded by his monomaniacal pursuit of revenge; Dimmesdale is broken by his own sense of guilt and he publicly confesses his adultery before dying in Hesters arms. Only Hester can face the future bravely as she plans to take her daughter Pearl to Europe to begin a new life. --The Merriam-Webster Encyclopedia of Literature --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.ISBN-10 1853260290View Full Specifications SpecificationsAbout the Author Born on the fourth of July in 1804 Nathaniel Hawthorne wrote the stories that lie at the heart of the American Romantic movement. His portraits of colonial life reflect his Puritan heritage and offer fascinating profiles of individuals who strive for freedom from social conventions.Author 1 Nathaniel HawthorneAuthor 2 Henry ClaridgeAuthor 3 Dr.Keith CarabineFormat PaperbackEdition Number Reprint EditionEditorial Review Novel by Nathaniel Hawthorne published in 1850. It is considered a masterpiece of American literature and a classic moral study. The novel is set in a village in Puritan New England. The main character is Hester Prynne a young woman who has borne an illegitimate child. Hester believes herself a widow but her husband Roger Chillingworth returns to New England very much alive and conceals his identity. He finds his wife forced to wear the scarlet letter A on her dress as punishment for her adultery. Chillingworth becomes obsessed with finding the identity of his wifes former lover. When he learns that the father of Hesters child is Arthur Dimmesdale a saintly young minister who is the leader of those exhorting her to name the childs father Chillingworth proceeds to torment the guilt-stricken young man. In the end Chillingworth is morally degraded by his monomaniacal pursuit of revenge; Dimmesdale is broken by his own sense of guilt and he publicly confesses his adultery before dying in Hesters arms. Only Hester can face the future bravely as she plans to take her daughter Pearl to Europe to begin a new life. --The Merriam-Webster Encyclopedia of Literature --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.ISBN-10 1853260290View Full Specifications
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SpecificationsAbout the Author Though the domain of Jane Austen’s novels was as circumscribed as her life her caustic wit and keen observation made her the equal of the greatest novelists in any language. Born the seventh child of the rector of Steventon Hampshire on December 16 1775 she was educated mainly at home. At an early age she began writing sketches and satires of popular novels for her family’s entertainment. As a clergyman’s daughter from a well-connected family she had an ample opportunity to study the habits of the middle class the gentry and the aristocracy. At twenty-one she began a novel called “The First Impressions” an early version of Pride and Prejudice. In 1801 on her father’s retirement the family moved to the fashionable resort of Bath. Two years later she sold the first version of Northanger Abby to a London publisher but the first of her novels to appear was Sense and Sensibility published at her own expense in 1811. It was followed by Pride and Prejudice 1813 Mansfield Park 1814 and Emma 1815. After her father died in 1805 the family first moved to Southampton then to Chawton Cottage in Hampshire. Despite this relative retirement Jane Austen was still in touch with a wider world mainly through her brothers; one had become a very rich country gentleman another a London banker and two were naval officers. Though her many novels were published anonymously she had many early and devoted readers among them the Prince Regent and Sir Walter Scott. In 1816 in declining health Austen wrote Persuasion and revised Northanger Abby Her last work Sandition was left unfinished at her death on July 18 1817. She was buried in Winchester Cathedral. Austen’s identity as an author was announced to the world posthumously by her brother Henry who supervised the publication of Northanger Abby and Persuasion in 1818.Author 1 Jane AustenAuthor 2 Dr. Nicola BradburyAuthor 3 Dr.Keith CarabineFormat PaperbackEdition Number Reprint EditionEditorial Review Of all Jane Austens heroines Emma Woodhouse is the most flawed the most infuriating and in the end the most endearing. Pride and Prejudices Lizzie Bennet has more wit and sparkle; Catherine Morland in Northanger Abbey more imagination; and Sense and Sensibilitys Elinor Dashwood certainly more sense--but Emma is lovable precisely because she is so imperfect. Austen only completed six novels in her lifetime of which five feature young women whose chances for making a good marriage depend greatly on financial issues and whose prospects if they fail are rather grim. Emma is the exception: "Emma Woodhouse handsome clever and rich with a comfortable home and happy disposition seemed to unite some of the best blessings of existence; and had lived nearly twenty-one years in the world with very little to distress or vex her." One may be tempted to wonder what Austen could possibly find to say about so fortunate a character. The answer is quite a lot. For Emma raised to think well of herself has such a high opinion of her own worth that it blinds her to the opinions of others. The story revolves around a comedy of errors: Emma befriends Harriet Smith a young woman of unknown parentage and attempts to remake her in her own image. Ignoring the gaping difference in their respective fortunes and stations in life Emma convinces herself and her friend that Harriet should look as high as Emma herself might for a husband--and she zeroes in on an ambitious vicar as the perfect match. At the same time she reads too much into a flirtation with Frank Churchill the newly arrived son of family friends and thoughtlessly starts a rumor about poor but beautiful Jane Fairfax the beloved niece of two genteelly impoverished elderly ladies in the village. As Emmas fantastically misguided schemes threaten to surge out of control the voice of reason is provided by Mr. Knightly the Woodhouses longtime friend and neighbor. Though Austen herself described Emma as "a heroine whom no one but myself will much like " she endowed her creation with enough charm to see her through her most egregious behavior and the saving grace of being able to learn from her mistakes. By the end of the novel Harriet Frank and Jane are all properly accounted for Emma is wiser though certainly not sadder and the reader has had the satisfaction of enjoying Jane Austen at the height of her powers. --Alix Wilber --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.ISBN-10 1853260282View Full Specifications SpecificationsAbout the Author Though the domain of Jane Austen’s novels was as circumscribed as her life her caustic wit and keen observation made her the equal of the greatest novelists in any language. Born the seventh child of the rector of Steventon Hampshire on December 16 1775 she was educated mainly at home. At an early age she began writing sketches and satires of popular novels for her family’s entertainment. As a clergyman’s daughter from a well-connected family she had an ample opportunity to study the habits of the middle class the gentry and the aristocracy. At twenty-one she began a novel called “The First Impressions” an early version of Pride and Prejudice. In 1801 on her father’s retirement the family moved to the fashionable resort of Bath. Two years later she sold the first version of Northanger Abby to a London publisher but the first of her novels to appear was Sense and Sensibility published at her own expense in 1811. It was followed by Pride and Prejudice 1813 Mansfield Park 1814 and Emma 1815. After her father died in 1805 the family first moved to Southampton then to Chawton Cottage in Hampshire. Despite this relative retirement Jane Austen was still in touch with a wider world mainly through her brothers; one had become a very rich country gentleman another a London banker and two were naval officers. Though her many novels were published anonymously she had many early and devoted readers among them the Prince Regent and Sir Walter Scott. In 1816 in declining health Austen wrote Persuasion and revised Northanger Abby Her last work Sandition was left unfinished at her death on July 18 1817. She was buried in Winchester Cathedral. Austen’s identity as an author was announced to the world posthumously by her brother Henry who supervised the publication of Northanger Abby and Persuasion in 1818.Author 1 Jane AustenAuthor 2 Dr. Nicola BradburyAuthor 3 Dr.Keith CarabineFormat PaperbackEdition Number Reprint EditionEditorial Review Of all Jane Austens heroines Emma Woodhouse is the most flawed the most infuriating and in the end the most endearing. Pride and Prejudices Lizzie Bennet has more wit and sparkle; Catherine Morland in Northanger Abbey more imagination; and Sense and Sensibilitys Elinor Dashwood certainly more sense--but Emma is lovable precisely because she is so imperfect. Austen only completed six novels in her lifetime of which five feature young women whose chances for making a good marriage depend greatly on financial issues and whose prospects if they fail are rather grim. Emma is the exception: "Emma Woodhouse handsome clever and rich with a comfortable home and happy disposition seemed to unite some of the best blessings of existence; and had lived nearly twenty-one years in the world with very little to distress or vex her." One may be tempted to wonder what Austen could possibly find to say about so fortunate a character. The answer is quite a lot. For Emma raised to think well of herself has such a high opinion of her own worth that it blinds her to the opinions of others. The story revolves around a comedy of errors: Emma befriends Harriet Smith a young woman of unknown parentage and attempts to remake her in her own image. Ignoring the gaping difference in their respective fortunes and stations in life Emma convinces herself and her friend that Harriet should look as high as Emma herself might for a husband--and she zeroes in on an ambitious vicar as the perfect match. At the same time she reads too much into a flirtation with Frank Churchill the newly arrived son of family friends and thoughtlessly starts a rumor about poor but beautiful Jane Fairfax the beloved niece of two genteelly impoverished elderly ladies in the village. As Emmas fantastically misguided schemes threaten to surge out of control the voice of reason is provided by Mr. Knightly the Woodhouses longtime friend and neighbor. Though Austen herself described Emma as "a heroine whom no one but myself will much like " she endowed her creation with enough charm to see her through her most egregious behavior and the saving grace of being able to learn from her mistakes. By the end of the novel Harriet Frank and Jane are all properly accounted for Emma is wiser though certainly not sadder and the reader has had the satisfaction of enjoying Jane Austen at the height of her powers. --Alix Wilber --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.ISBN-10 1853260282View Full Specifications
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SpecificationsAbout the Author Though the domain of Jane Austen’s novels was as circumscribed as her life her caustic wit and keen observation made her the equal of the greatest novelists in any language. Born the seventh child of the rector of Steventon Hampshire on December 16 1775 she was educated mainly at home. At an early age she began writing sketches and satires of popular novels for her family’s entertainment. As a clergyman’s daughter from a well-connected family she had an ample opportunity to study the habits of the middle class the gentry and the aristocracy. At twenty-one she began a novel called “The First Impressions” an early version of Pride and Prejudice. In 1801 on her father’s retirement the family moved to the fashionable resort of Bath. Two years later she sold the first version of Northanger Abby to a London publisher but the first of her novels to appear was Sense and Sensibility published at her own expense in 1811. It was followed by Pride and Prejudice 1813 Mansfield Park 1814 and Emma 1815. After her father died in 1805 the family first moved to Southampton then to Chawton Cottage in Hampshire. Despite this relative retirement Jane Austen was still in touch with a wider world mainly through her brothers; one had become a very rich country gentleman another a London banker and two were naval officers. Though her many novels were published anonymously she had many early and devoted readers among them the Prince Regent and Sir Walter Scott. In 1816 in declining health Austen wrote Persuasion and revised Northanger Abby Her last work Sandition was left unfinished at her death on July 18 1817. She was buried in Winchester Cathedral. Austen’s identity as an author was announced to the world posthumously by her brother Henry who supervised the publication of Northanger Abby and Persuasion in 1818.Author 1 Jane AustenFormat PaperbackEdition Number Revised EditionEditorial Review Stevenson has read all of Austens novels for audiobook in abridged or unabridged versions and her experience shows in this delightful production. Though dominated by the intelligent sweet voice of Anne Elliot—the least favored but most worthy of three daughters in a family with an old name but declining fortunes—Stevenson provides other characters with memorable voices as well. She reads Annes haughty fathers lines with a mixture of stuffiness and bluster and Annes sisters are portrayed with a hilariously flighty breathy register that makes Austens contempt for them palpable. Annes voice is mostly measured and reasonable—an expression of her strong mind and spirit—but Stevenson imbues her speech with wonderful shades of passion as Anne is reacquainted with Capt. Wentworth whom she has continued to love despite being forced years before to reject him over status issues. Listening to Stevenson as Anne describe a sudden encounter with Wentworth one hardly needs Austens description of how Anne grows faint—Stevensons perfectly judged and deeply felt reading has already shown that she must have. Even those who have read Austens novels will find themselves loving this book all over again with Stevensons evocative rendition ringing richly in their ears.ISBN-10 1853260568ISBN-13 9781853260568Language EnglishView Full Specifications SpecificationsAbout the Author Though the domain of Jane Austen’s novels was as circumscribed as her life her caustic wit and keen observation made her the equal of the greatest novelists in any language. Born the seventh child of the rector of Steventon Hampshire on December 16 1775 she was educated mainly at home. At an early age she began writing sketches and satires of popular novels for her family’s entertainment. As a clergyman’s daughter from a well-connected family she had an ample opportunity to study the habits of the middle class the gentry and the aristocracy. At twenty-one she began a novel called “The First Impressions” an early version of Pride and Prejudice. In 1801 on her father’s retirement the family moved to the fashionable resort of Bath. Two years later she sold the first version of Northanger Abby to a London publisher but the first of her novels to appear was Sense and Sensibility published at her own expense in 1811. It was followed by Pride and Prejudice 1813 Mansfield Park 1814 and Emma 1815. After her father died in 1805 the family first moved to Southampton then to Chawton Cottage in Hampshire. Despite this relative retirement Jane Austen was still in touch with a wider world mainly through her brothers; one had become a very rich country gentleman another a London banker and two were naval officers. Though her many novels were published anonymously she had many early and devoted readers among them the Prince Regent and Sir Walter Scott. In 1816 in declining health Austen wrote Persuasion and revised Northanger Abby Her last work Sandition was left unfinished at her death on July 18 1817. She was buried in Winchester Cathedral. Austen’s identity as an author was announced to the world posthumously by her brother Henry who supervised the publication of Northanger Abby and Persuasion in 1818.Author 1 Jane AustenFormat PaperbackEdition Number Revised EditionEditorial Review Stevenson has read all of Austens novels for audiobook in abridged or unabridged versions and her experience shows in this delightful production. Though dominated by the intelligent sweet voice of Anne Elliot—the least favored but most worthy of three daughters in a family with an old name but declining fortunes—Stevenson provides other characters with memorable voices as well. She reads Annes haughty fathers lines with a mixture of stuffiness and bluster and Annes sisters are portrayed with a hilariously flighty breathy register that makes Austens contempt for them palpable. Annes voice is mostly measured and reasonable—an expression of her strong mind and spirit—but Stevenson imbues her speech with wonderful shades of passion as Anne is reacquainted with Capt. Wentworth whom she has continued to love despite being forced years before to reject him over status issues. Listening to Stevenson as Anne describe a sudden encounter with Wentworth one hardly needs Austens description of how Anne grows faint—Stevensons perfectly judged and deeply felt reading has already shown that she must have. Even those who have read Austens novels will find themselves loving this book all over again with Stevensons evocative rendition ringing richly in their ears.ISBN-10 1853260568ISBN-13 9781853260568Language EnglishView Full Specifications
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SpecificationsAbout the Author Stephen King is the author of more than fifty books all of them worldwide bestsellers. Among his most recent are Doctor Sleep; Joyland; 11/22/63; Full Dark No Stars; Under the Dome; Just After Sunset; End of Watch; and the latest novel in the Dark Tower saga: The Wind Through the Keyhole. His acclaimed nonfiction book On Writing is also a bestseller. Stephen is the 2003 recipient of The National Book Foundation Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters and in 2007 he received the Grand Master Award from the Mystery Writers of America. He was also awarded the 2014 National Medal of Arts. He lives in Maine with his wife novelist Tabitha King.Author 1 Stephen KingBook Description Stephen Kings legendary debut about a teenage outcast and the revenge she enacts on her classmates. Carrie White may be picked on by her classmates but she has a gift. She can move things with her mind. Doors lock. Candles fall. This is her power and her problem. Then an act of kindness as spontaneous as the vicious taunts of her classmates offers Carrie a chance to be a normal...until an unexpected cruelty turns her gift into a weapon of destruction.Format PaperbackEdition Number 1Editorial Review "A master storyteller." --The Los Angeles Times "Guaranteed to chill you." --The New York Times "Gory and horrifying.... You cant put it down." --Chicago TribuneISBN-10 307743667ISBN-13 9780307743664View Full Specifications SpecificationsAbout the Author Stephen King is the author of more than fifty books all of them worldwide bestsellers. Among his most recent are Doctor Sleep; Joyland; 11/22/63; Full Dark No Stars; Under the Dome; Just After Sunset; End of Watch; and the latest novel in the Dark Tower saga: The Wind Through the Keyhole. His acclaimed nonfiction book On Writing is also a bestseller. Stephen is the 2003 recipient of The National Book Foundation Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters and in 2007 he received the Grand Master Award from the Mystery Writers of America. He was also awarded the 2014 National Medal of Arts. He lives in Maine with his wife novelist Tabitha King.Author 1 Stephen KingBook Description Stephen Kings legendary debut about a teenage outcast and the revenge she enacts on her classmates. Carrie White may be picked on by her classmates but she has a gift. She can move things with her mind. Doors lock. Candles fall. This is her power and her problem. Then an act of kindness as spontaneous as the vicious taunts of her classmates offers Carrie a chance to be a normal...until an unexpected cruelty turns her gift into a weapon of destruction.Format PaperbackEdition Number 1Editorial Review "A master storyteller." --The Los Angeles Times "Guaranteed to chill you." --The New York Times "Gory and horrifying.... You cant put it down." --Chicago TribuneISBN-10 307743667ISBN-13 9780307743664View Full Specifications
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SpecificationsAbout the Author William Sydney Porter 1862-1910 published all of his work—a novel and some 300 short stories—under the pseudonym 0. Henry. His talent for vivid caricature local tone narrative agility and compassion tempered by irony made him a vastly popular writer in the last decade of his life. He was born in Greensboro North Carolina to ordinary middle-class parents and worked in an uncle’s drugstore as a youth becoming a certified pharmacist. Like many Southerners after the Civil War he sought his fortune in the West holding various jobs newspaper work clerking in a land office a teller at an Austin bank. Charged with embezzlement in 1894 he fled to Honduras returning in 1897 to be with his ill and dying wife. His conviction was caused more by his eluding trial than by the conflicting evidence of theft. In the Ohio State Penitentiary 1898-1901 he began to write the stories that made him famous. He moved to New York remarried and kept his identity a secret from all but a few friends. He is buried in Asheville North Carolina. He is universally honored for his mastery of the short story and for his humane spirit. Guy Davenport a critic and writer of fiction is best known for two books of essays The Geography of the Imagination and Every Force Evolves a Form. He has published seven collections of short stories and numerous translations of early Greek poets and playwrights. Now retired he was a professor of English at the University of Kentucky from 1964 to 1990. He is also a painter and illustrator.Author 1 O. HenryFormat PaperbackEdition Number Revised EditionISBN-10 1853262412ISBN-13 9781853262418Language EnglishNumber of Pages 735View Full Specifications SpecificationsAbout the Author William Sydney Porter 1862-1910 published all of his work—a novel and some 300 short stories—under the pseudonym 0. Henry. His talent for vivid caricature local tone narrative agility and compassion tempered by irony made him a vastly popular writer in the last decade of his life. He was born in Greensboro North Carolina to ordinary middle-class parents and worked in an uncle’s drugstore as a youth becoming a certified pharmacist. Like many Southerners after the Civil War he sought his fortune in the West holding various jobs newspaper work clerking in a land office a teller at an Austin bank. Charged with embezzlement in 1894 he fled to Honduras returning in 1897 to be with his ill and dying wife. His conviction was caused more by his eluding trial than by the conflicting evidence of theft. In the Ohio State Penitentiary 1898-1901 he began to write the stories that made him famous. He moved to New York remarried and kept his identity a secret from all but a few friends. He is buried in Asheville North Carolina. He is universally honored for his mastery of the short story and for his humane spirit. Guy Davenport a critic and writer of fiction is best known for two books of essays The Geography of the Imagination and Every Force Evolves a Form. He has published seven collections of short stories and numerous translations of early Greek poets and playwrights. Now retired he was a professor of English at the University of Kentucky from 1964 to 1990. He is also a painter and illustrator.Author 1 O. HenryFormat PaperbackEdition Number Revised EditionISBN-10 1853262412ISBN-13 9781853262418Language EnglishNumber of Pages 735View Full Specifications
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SpecificationsAbout the Author Rosellen Brown is the author of Half a Heart The Autobiography of My Mother Tender Mercies and Before and After. She lives in Chicago.Author 1 Thomas HardyFormat PaperbackEditorial Review "The greatest tragic writer among English novelists." --Virginia WoolfISBN-10 1853262617ISBN-13 9781853262616Language EnglishNumber of Pages 416View Full Specifications SpecificationsAbout the Author Rosellen Brown is the author of Half a Heart The Autobiography of My Mother Tender Mercies and Before and After. She lives in Chicago.Author 1 Thomas HardyFormat PaperbackEditorial Review "The greatest tragic writer among English novelists." --Virginia WoolfISBN-10 1853262617ISBN-13 9781853262616Language EnglishNumber of Pages 416View Full Specifications
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SpecificationsAbout the Author Charles Dickens 1812-1870 was born in Portsmouth England and grew up in poverty one of eight children. He became the preeminent writer of Victorian England with most of his novels appearing in serial form before being published as books. David Paroissien was educated in England and the United States and received his Ph.D. from UCLA. He taught for many years at the University of Massachusetts and is now emeritus professor of English. He is also the editor of the Dickens Quarterly.Author 1 Charles DickensAuthor 2 S.L. FildesFormat PaperbackISBN-10 1853267295ISBN-13 9781853267291Language EnglishNumber of Pages 496View Full Specifications SpecificationsAbout the Author Charles Dickens 1812-1870 was born in Portsmouth England and grew up in poverty one of eight children. He became the preeminent writer of Victorian England with most of his novels appearing in serial form before being published as books. David Paroissien was educated in England and the United States and received his Ph.D. from UCLA. He taught for many years at the University of Massachusetts and is now emeritus professor of English. He is also the editor of the Dickens Quarterly.Author 1 Charles DickensAuthor 2 S.L. FildesFormat PaperbackISBN-10 1853267295ISBN-13 9781853267291Language EnglishNumber of Pages 496View Full Specifications
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