Edinburgh Critical Editions of Nineteenth-Century Texts

Series Editor(s): Julian Wolfreys

The Edinburgh Critical Editions of Nineteenth Century Texts provides reliable and authoritative scholarly editions of hard to find works, based on primary sources, in simultaneous library hardback and e-reader formats

This new series – whose scope is the long nineteenth century, defined approximately as 1780-1914 – aims to bring back into print works of key scholarly and historical interest. These works sold well in their period and were of significant influence on other authors considered as major (the significance, for example, of William Barnes for Thomas Hardy, or that of Leigh Hunt for Charles Dickens).

In addition to the full text, each volume will contain a comprehensive critical and interpretive introduction, comprehensive annotation, significant variants listed in notes, and suitable appendices to provide context and define the importance of the text in question.

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