Routledge Guides to Literature

Editorial Advisory Board: Richard Bradford (University of Ulster at Coleraine), Shirley Chew (University of Leeds), Mick Gidley (University of Leeds), Jan Jędrzejewski (University of Ulster at Coleraine), Ed Larrissy (University of Leeds), Duncan Wu (St Catherine’s College, University of Oxford)

Routledge Guides to Literature offer clear introductions to the most widely studied authors and texts. Each book engages with texts, contexts and criticism, highlighting the range of critical views and contextual factors that need to be taken into consideration in advanced studies of literary works. The series encourages informed but independent readings of texts by ranging as widely as possible across the contextual and critical issues relevant to the works examined, rather than presenting a single interpretation. Alongside general guides to texts and authors, the series includes ‘Sourcebooks’, which allow access to reprinted contextual and critical materials as well as annotated extracts of primary text.

Already available:*

Geoffrey Chaucer by Gillian Rudd

Ben Jonson by James Loxley

William Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice: A Sourcebook edited by S. P. Cerasano

William Shakespeare’s King Lear: A Sourcebook edited by Grace Ioppolo

William Shakespeare’s Othello: A Sourcebook edited by Andrew Hadfield

William Shakespeare’s Macbeth: A Sourcebook edited by Alexander Leggatt

William Shakespeare’s Hamlet: A Sourcebook edited by Sean McEvoy

John Milton by Richard Bradford

John Milton’s Paradise Lost: A Sourcebook edited by Margaret Kean

Alexander Pope by Paul Baines

Mary Wollstonecraft’s A Vindication of the Rights of Woman: A Sourcebook edited by Adriana Craciun

Jonathan Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels: A Sourcebook edited by Roger D. Lund

Jane Austen by Robert P. Irvine

Jane Austen’s Emma: A Sourcebook edited by Paula Byrne

Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice: A Sourcebook edited by Robert Morrison

Byron by Caroline Franklin

Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein: A Sourcebook edited by Timothy Morton

The Poems of John Keats: A Sourcebook edited by John Strachan

The Poems of Gerard Manley Hopkins: A Sourcebook edited by Alice Jenkins

Charles Dickens’s David Copperfield: A Sourcebook edited by Richard J. Dunn

Charles Dickens’s Bleak House: A Sourcebook edited by Janice M. Allan

Charles Dickens’s Oliver Twist: A Sourcebook edited by Juliet John

* Some titles in this series were first published in the Routledge Literary Sourcebooks series, edited by Duncan Wu, or the Complete Critical Guide to Literature series, edited by Jan Jędrzejewski and Richard Bradford.

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  • Routledge Guides to Literature ii
  • Title Page v
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgements ix
  • Abbreviations, Frequently Cited Works and Cross-Referencing x
  • 1 - Life and Contexts 1
  • 2 - Works 32
  • 3 - Criticism 97
  • 4 - Chronology 150
  • 5 - Further Reading 156
  • Bibliography 159
  • Index 165
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