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W. W. Norton Publisher - 1,791 works / 459 ebooks

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  • Twelfth night by William Shakespeare
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    Inferno by Dante Alighieri
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    Apologia pro vita sua by John Henry Newman
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    Poems by John Donne
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    Jacob's Room by Virginia Woolf
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    Mary Barton by Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell
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    A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess
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    The recruiting officer by George Farquhar
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    We the People by Benjamin Ginsberg
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    American government by Theodore J. Lowi
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    Bartholomew Fair by Ben Jonson
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    America by George Brown Tindall
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published most by this publisher
David Shi, 13 books
Will Eisner, 11 books
Edwin Mansfield, 11 books
Nina Baym, 10 books
Irvine Welsh, 10 books
George Tindall, 9 books
Alexander Keyssar, 8 books
Merritt Roe Smith, 8 books
Pauline Maier, 8 books
Anthony Burgess, 7 books
Michael L. Cain, 7 books
Hans Damman, 7 books
Robert A. Lue, 7 books
Carol Kaesuk Yoon, 7 books
Stephen Greenblatt, 7 books
Karen Horney, 6 books
Benjamin Ginsberg, 6 books
Joseph E. Stiglitz, 6 books
William Shakespeare, 6 books
Hamilton, Edith., 5 books
Eric Foner, 5 books
Jeremy Adelman, 5 books
Adrienne Rich, 5 books
The Worldwatch Institute, 5 books
Robert Tignor, 5 books


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