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Gulliver's Travels by Jonathan Swift By Stuart Matranga
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This edition of Gulliver's Travels by Jonathan Swift is edited for young readers, yet preserves the intent and ideas of Swift's masterpiece. This allegory of the hypocrisy of humanity is, at its... More > heart, a romance of the possible, hinting at a society we might have if only we heeded our better natures.< Less
Candide By Stuart Matranga
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In this 18th century classic of satire, Voltaire asks the questions all of us ask today; Why are we here? How should I live my life? Who can I trust? What is the meaning of life? This very funny,... More > sometimes naughty, book dances between optimism and cynicism, finally landing face first in a garden.< Less
Around The World In 80 Days by Jules Verne By Stuart Matranga
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In this amusing, fast-paced, and picturesque classic novel, the master adventure-writer, Jules Verne, gives us more than a travelogue and a staunchly stoic main character in Phileas Fogg. The book is... More > also a comment on the expanding of Western values (and business) into the world where they're not always welcome. In this edition crafted for the younger reader, the humor, plot, and the thematic undertones are made more clear and powerful.< Less
Treasure Island By Stuart Matranga
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Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson has set the mark for pirate adventures ever since it was first published in 1883. But it's more than a ripping yarn, it is a story about loyalty, courage,... More > honor, the corrupting temptations of filthy lucre, and the triumph of decency with a winking nodding to the irrepressible charms of complicated characters such as Long John Silver. This edition is made for students with space for notes and instructions for independent and cooperative study.< Less
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain By Stuart Matranga
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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain is presented here in an edition for middle school readers--it only includes the first half of the novel, up to the point where Samuel Clemens stopped... More > writing it for several years.< Less
Robinson Crusoe By Stuart Matranga
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This edition of Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe is edited for young readers, yet preserves the intent and ideas of Defoe's masterpiece. More than an iconic adventure story, Robinson Crusoe is at its... More > heart about the power of faith in God and humanity.< Less
The Tempest By Stuart Matranga
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Shakespeare's last testament, The Tempest, summarizes his career in reflecting the image of humanity back to us in his magic mirror. This edition is student-friendly with space on each page for notes... More > and questions.< Less
Frankenstein By Stuart Matranga
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This work-book edition of Frankenstein by Mary Shelley is edited for young readers, yet preserves the original language and ideas of Shelley's masterpiece. It is a heart-rendering story of the... More > fragility of the human spirit, the dangerous possibilities of the human mind, and the tragic limitations of human nature.< Less
The Taming of the Shrew By Stuart Matranga
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A Rom-Com for the ages. William Shakespeare's comic farce about sexual politics is timelessly ironic--and fun. This is a workbook edition for students. Each page is divided vertically between the... More > original text and space for notes.< Less
The Time Machine by H.G. Wells By Stuart Matranga
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Before Dr. Who, before alternative universe theories, before the grandfather paradox, there was H.G. Wells, one of the fathers of science fiction. In his classic 1898 novel, The Time Machine, he... More > writes about a fantastic voyage into the future while reflecting on the industrial consequences to life on earth in the the present. Time travel gives Wells the opportunity to look at his own time--and what he finds is still current in our time; economic disparity, environmental disaster, and an abiding human spirit that lives forever--or almost. This edition has been formed with the young reader in mind, edited for clarity and pacing. You will never forget the Eloi and will always dread the Morlocks!< Less