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Jason and Medea. The Beautifull Cassandra. The Atheist's Mass. Lips Too Chilled. Mrs Rosie and the Priest. The Night is Darkening Round Me. I Hate and I Love.

Television Was a Baby Crawling Toward That Deathchamber

Remember, Body The Wife of Bath. A Pair of Silk Stockings. Circles of Hell. It Was Snowing Butterflies. The Great Winglebury Duel.

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The Meek One. A Simple Heart. The Old Nurse's Story. The Yellow Wall-Paper. Sketchy, Doubtful, Incomplete Jottings. The Nose. How to Use Your Enemies. The Robber Bridegroom.

The Nightingales are Drunk. The Voyage of Sir Francis Drake Woman Much Missed. How a Ghastly Story Was Brought to The Madness of Cambyses. Circe and the Cyclops. As Kingfishers Catch Fire. The Figure in the Carpet. The Eve of St Agnes. A Hippo Banquet. The Gate of the Hundred Sorrows. Il Duro. The Steel Flea. The Communist Manifesto.

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Of Street Piemen. The Maldive Shark. My Dearest Father. The Terrors of the Night. Aphorisms on Love and Hate. The Fall of Icarus. Anthem For Doomed Youth. The Great Fire of London. Trimalchio's Feast. Socrates' Defence. The Tell-Tale Heart. Travels in the Land of Serpents and Wailing Ghosts. On Murder Considered as One of the Goblin Market. Come Close. The Old Man of the Moon. A Modest Proposal. Kasyan from the Beautiful Lands.

Leonardo da Vinci. O Cruel Alexis. Three Tang Dynasty Poets. A Slip Under the Microscope. The Reckoning. On the Beach at Night Alone. Lord Arthur Savile's Crime. Speaking of Siva. The Saga of Gunnlaug Serpent-tongue. Sindbad the Sailor. The Dhammapada. Version: 1. Foyles uses cookies to help ensure your experience on our site is the best possible. Title of the book contains:. Concerns arose about the imprint's publishing a book too recently published to be an acknowledged classic, that such a book diluted the brand. Penguin argued that the autobiography was "a classic in the making".

Penguin Classics | The Best Classic Books, Poetry & Cult Novels

It ruins that of his publisher Morrissey will survive his unearned elevation. I doubt that the reputation of Penguin Classics will. Penguin Classics has also been criticized for the skewed nature of their collection, which gives the impression that most "classic" world literature has been produced in Europe. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.

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Melbourne: Miegunyah Press. The Translator's Art. Essays in honour of Betty Radice. Harmondsworth, UK: Penguin. Retrieved 5 June Retrieved 10 January Times Education Supplement. The Bookseller. Penguin is using the considerable power of its brand name as the main marketing thrust. After that, we have to have an attractive package, to look good on bookshelves. And some general readers will still want the critical apparatus that we provide.

I think some midth century books are hard to read without it. They were immediately popular. Their design is flamboyantly simple: no dust jacket but a cloth binding, a cream background on which title and author are printed vertically with a single tiny image on the top. They look fantastic — but who are they for? Though opportunistic publishers in the s could bring out individual reprints of Ovid and Virgil in translation, Dent offered a multi-classic, build-your-own library in a William Morris-inspired livery that twined fruits and flowers over the title pages and endpapers.

Old book, new look: why the classics are flying off the shelves

From the s to the s, everyone bought their personal libraries of Herodotus, Chaucer, Shakespeare and Milton in flat-spined Everyman hardbacks. Until he changed his mind. But I think a bit of variety does no harm. All the books have been given a distinctive spine of pastel stripes, seemingly inspired by the acid greens and pale pinks of Sobranie Cocktail cigarettes. Nor are they trying to attract students with academic paraphernalia. Their classics are instantly identifiable by their red spines, while their Introductions are by non-academic authors such as Howard Jacobson on Catch or cultural figures Cerys Matthews on Cider with Rosie.

Their design template has long ignored the oil painting cover in favour of clever imagery.