Hans Christian Andersen
f ANDERSEN’S FAIRY TALES
New Afterword by Joanne Greenberg
An illustrated collection of 47 enchanting
tales, including The Little Mermaid, The
Emperor’s New Clothes, and The Ugly Duckling.
Signet Classics 384 pp. 0-451-52937-5 $5.95
f THE PHOENIX
A novel of the Hindenburg by the son of the
only surviving crew member. “A delicately
erotic love story...a subtle and convincing picture of the Germany from which Hitler sprang
and the country he left in ashes...suspenseful
and exciting.”—Los Angeles Times.
Berkely 352 pp. 0-452-19017-X $13.95
A Novel About the History of Philosophy
Translated by Paulette Moller
A young girl, Sophie, becomes embroiled in a
discussion of philosophy with a faceless correspondent. At the same time, she must unravel
a mystery involving another young girl,
Hilde, by using everything she’s learning.
“Sophie’s World is sheer delight. How I wish
I’d had it during my college freshman survey
of philosophy!”—Madeleine L’Engle.
Berkley 416 pp. 0-425-15684-2 $14.95
THE SORROWS OF YOUNG WERTHER
and Selected Writings
Foreword by Hermann J. Weigand
Translated by Catherine Hutter
Also includes Reflections on Werther, Goethe in
Sesenheim, The New Melusina, and The Fairy
Tale. Glossary, Notes.
Signet Classics 256 pp. 0-451-52303-2 $7.95
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FOUR MAJOR PLAYS, Volume I
Translated with a Foreword by Rolf Fjelde
A Doll House, The Wild Duck, Hedda Gabler, and
The Master Builder.
Signet Classics 384 pp. 0-451-52406-3 $6.95
FOUR MAJOR PLAYS, Volume II
These four classic plays cover such taboo-breaking but timely themes as family guilt,
social hypocrisy, and sexual mores. Features:
The Lady from the Sea, Ghosts, An Enemy of the
People and John Gabriel Borkman.
Signet Classics 416 pp. 0-451-52803-4 $5.95
THE COMPLETE MAJOR PROSE PLAYS
Translated by Rolf Fjelde
Contents: Pillars of Society, A Doll House, Ghosts, An
Enemy of the People, The Wild Duck, Rosmersholm, The
Lady From the Sea, Hedda Gabler, The Master Builder,
Little Eyolf, John Gabriel Borkman, and When We Dead
Awaken. Includes a comprehensive stage history of original performances and revivals.
Plume 1,152 pp. 0-452-26205-4 $28.00
Rainer Maria Rilke
RILKE’S BOOK OF HOURS
Love Poems to God
Translated by Anita Barrows and Joanna Macy
Expresses a new kind of intimacy with God,
or the divine, which Rilke experienced during
a trip to Russia in his early twenties.
Riverhead 166pp. 1-57322-585-1 $10.00
f IN PRAISE OF MARTALITY
Selections from Rilke’s Duino Elegies
and Sonnets to Orpheus
Translated and Edited by Anita Barrows
and Joanna Macy
A new translation of masterpieces from one of
the twentieth century’s greatest poets presented alongside the original German verse.
Riverhead 1-57322-0303- 4 $24.95
Available March 2005
f THE SWISS FAMILY ROBINSON
New Introduction by J. Hillis Miller
Afterword by Elizabeth Janeway
Swept off course by a raging storm, a Swiss
pastor, his wife, and four young sons are shipwrecked on an uncharted tropical island.
Signet Classics 352 pp. 0-451-52961-8 $4.95
BREAD AND WINE
Translated by Eric Mosbacher
Introduction by Irving Howe
The seminal 1936 novel which exposed the
abuses of Italy’s fascist state and linked
Silone’s hope for social change with the values
of political liberty.
Signet Classics 288 pp. 0-451-52500-0 $6.95
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Erri De Luca
Translated by Michael Moore
A thirteen-year-old carpenter’s assistant
comes of age during the summer of 1963 amid
the rangle-tangle of alleys in the heart of
Naples called Montedidio, “God’s Mountain.”
“This is a haunting, atmospheric novel that
muses on religion, language, community, and
what it means to be an adult.”—Booklist.
Nominated for the 2003 Dublin IMPAC Award.
Riverhead 176pp. 1-57322-960-1 $12.95
THE MAJOR PLAYS
Foreword by Robert Brustein
Translated by Ann Dunnigan
Includes five masterpieces: Ivanov, the Sea Gull, Uncle
Vanya, The Three Sisters, The Cherry Orchard, and also
an updated bibliography.
Signet Classics 384 pp. 0-451-52776-3
Translated by Ann Dunnigan
New Introduction by George Pahomov
Includes The Confession, He Understood, At Sea—A Sailor’s
Story, A Nincompoop, Surgery, Ninochka—A Love Story, A
Cure for Drinking, The Jailer Jailed, The Dance Pianist, The
Milksop, Marriage in Ten or Fifteen Years, In Spring, Agafya,
The Kiss, The Father, In Exile, Three Years, The House with
the Mansard: An Artist’s Tale, Peasants, and The Darling.
Signet Classics 408 pp. 0-451-52879-4 $6.95
f NOTES FROM UNDERGROUND
White Nights, The Dream of a Ridiculous Man,
and selections from The House of the Dead
Translated and with an
afterword by Andrew R. MacAndrew
New Introduction by Ben Marcus
Signet Classics 256 pp. 0-451-52955-3
NOTES FROM THE UNDERGROUND
and THE GRAND INQUISITOR
Translated by Constance Garnett
Introduction and Translation of
Background Material by Ralph E. Matlaw
Also includes passages from Chernyshevsky’s What
Is to Be Done?, selections from Dostoyevsky’s Letters
and Winter Notes on Summer Impressions, Shchedrin’s
“The Swallows,” and Dostoyevsky’s “Mr. Shchedrin,
or Schism among the Nihilists.”
Plume 240 pp. 0-452-28558-5 $13.00
THE BROTHERS KARAMAZOV
Translated by Constance Garnett
Introduction by John Bayley
A completely unabridged version of the text.
Signet Classics 752 pp. 0-451-52734-8 $8.95
Translated by Henry and Olga Carlisle
Introduction by Henry Rosenburg
Afterword by Gary Rosenshield
Signet Classics 688 pp. 0-451-52838-7
CRIME AND PUNISHMENT
Translated by Sidney Monas
Introduction by Leonard Stanton
and James D. Hardy Jr.
Signet Classics 544 pp. 0-451-52723-2
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