Caleb Williams

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OXFORD WORLD'S CLASSICS


WILLIAM GODWIN Caleb Williams

Edited with an Introduction and Notes by DAVID McCRACKEN

Oxford New York OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction vii
  • ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS xxiii
  • NOTE ON THE TEXT xxiv
  • SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY xxvi
  • A CHRONOLOGY OF WILLIAM GODWIN xxix
  • Title Page xxxi
  • Preface 1
  • VOLUME I 3
  • Chapter II 10
  • Chapter II 16
  • Chapter II 23
  • Chapter II 31
  • Chapter II 37
  • Chapter VII 47
  • Chapter VIII 56
  • Chapter IX 66
  • Chapter IX 79
  • Chapter IX 89
  • Chapter XII 97
  • VOLUME II 106
  • Chapter II 113
  • Chapter II 121
  • Chapter II 131
  • Chapter II 138
  • Chapter II 146
  • Chapter II 155
  • Chapter X 164
  • Chapter XI 177
  • Chapter XII 185
  • Chapter XIII 187
  • Chapter XIII 196
  • VOLUME III 207
  • Chapter I 207
  • Chapter II 213
  • Chapter III 221
  • Chapter III 228
  • Chapter III 234
  • Chapter III 239
  • Chapter III 246
  • Chapter III 253
  • Chapter III 259
  • Chapter III 266
  • Chapter III 273
  • Chapter III 279
  • Chapter III 288
  • Chapter III 303
  • Chapter III 312
  • CHAPTER III 316
  • APPENDIX I MANUSCRIPT ENDING OF CALEB WILLIAMS 327
  • APPENDIX II GODWIN'S ACCOUNT OF THE COMPOSITION OF CALEB WILLIAMS 335
  • TEXTUAL NOTES 342
  • EXPLANATORY NOTES 348
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