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New titles added in October 2018

October 18, 2018

Over 60 more scholarly editions have been published to Oxford Scholarly Editions Online (OSEO) this month, across our Renaissance, Early 17th Century, Restoration, Eighteenth Century, Romantics, and Nineteenth Century modules.

This includes many scholarly editions published by Oxford University Press, including the latest volumes of Donne’s Sermons, Oscar Wilde’s works, and Fanny Burney's Court Journals, two volumes of John Ford, and a fascinating edition of Charles Dickens’ plays. There are also editions which have been licensed from other leading academic publishers, including Pickering & Chatto, University of Georgia Press, and Carcanet Press.

This brings the total number of editions available online to almost 1,300, which is the equivalent of more than 650,000 print pages.

View the full OSEO title list >

Explore samples of the new content:

The Journals of Louisa May Alcott

The year 1858 in The Journals of Louisa May Alcott (eds. Myerson and Shealy)

Louisa May Alcott describes her sister Lizzie’s death, an experience she would later draw on when writing the story of Beth in Little Women.

The Works of Robert Boyle, Vol. 8: Publications of 1674–6

'New Experiments about the Preservation of Bodies in Vacuo Boyliano' from The Works of Robert Boyle, Vol. 8: Publications of 1674–6 (eds. Hunter and Davis)

Robert Boyle tests the use of his vacuum in preserving food.

The Complete Works of Oscar Wilde, Vol. 8: The Short Fiction

'The Happy Prince' in The Complete Works of Oscar Wilde, Vol. 8: The Short Fiction (ed. Small)

"High above the city, on a tall column, stood the statue of the Happy Prince." Read Oscar Wilde’s famous short story.

 


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