Tagged: Classics

HC relaunches Detective Club series

HarperCollins has just reissued three titles (13th August) in a relaunched series of hardback crime classics, The Detective Club, its first crime imprint that dates... Read more

Egmont reveals first ‘classics’ titles

Egmont has announced the first six titles in its new classics range, including Just So Stories and Alice in Wonderland. The series, which is replacing... Read more

Sagan is Waterstones first 'Rediscovered Classic'

Waterstones has launched a new promotion on classic literature entitled Rediscovered Classics: The Best Books You’ve Never Read, with Francoise Sagan's Bonjour Tristesse its first... Read more

Pan Mac buys Collector's Library

Pan Macmillan has bought Collector’s Library for an undisclosed sum. Harriet Sanders, currently rights director at Pan Macmillan, has been appointed publisher of Collector’s Library,... Read more

Penguin prepares 80p short classics range

Penguin will launch a new range of short classics, priced at 80p each, to celebrate the 80th anniversary of Penguin Books. The 80 titles in... Read more

Serpent's Tail launches classics list

Serpent’s Tail has launched a new classics list to reissue its backlist and newly acquired classics, all to be priced £8.99. Hannah Westland, publisher at... Read more

Mary Beard's classics adventure

Classicist Mary Beard talks Tacitus, television and trowels - and discusses her new book, Confronting the Classics Read more

The electric power of Hemingway

Debut novelist Peter Heller, author of The Dog Stars, shares his experience of reading Hemingway’s highly charged In Our Time Read more

How I went back to The Age of Innocence

Francesca Segal's new novel transfers Edith Wharton's classic to contemporary Golders Green Read more

Pride and Prejudice: extract

An extract from Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice for World Book Night Read more

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