Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group

Everyman’s Library




The Bostonians

The Bostonians

Henry James’s celebrated novel about a passionate New England feminist, her reactionary Southern gentleman cousin, and a charismatic young woman whose loyalty they both wish to possess...

Read more ›
Moby-Dick

Moby-Dick

 "As a revelation of human destiny it is too deep even for sorrow", was how D.H. Lawrence characterized MOBY-DICK. Published in the same five-year span as The Scarlet Letter,...

Read more ›
The Republic

The Republic

 Toward the end of the astonishing period of Athenian creativity that furnished Western civilization with the greater part of its intellectual, artistic, and political wealth, Plato...

Read more ›
Motherhood

Motherhood

Celebrating mothers and daughters, mothers and sons, grandmothers and grandchildren, Motherhood is a glorious, wonderfully intimate tribute to the first love in every...

Read more ›
Little Lord Fauntleroy

Little Lord Fauntleroy

By the author of The Secret Garden, the 1886 story of a curly-haired American boy who suddenly discovers he is the grandson of an English earl.

Read more ›
Prayers

Prayers

Like music and dance, poetry is an art that antedates our secular civilization, and it has always borne the marks of its origin as a means by which to approach and...

Read more ›
Buddenbrooks

Buddenbrooks

 Buddenbrooks, first published in Germany in 1901, when Mann was only twenty-six, has become a classic of modern literature. It is the story of four generations of...

Read more ›
Comedies, vol. 1

Comedies, vol. 1

 Shakespeare forged his tremendous art in the crucible of his comic imagination, which throughout his life enveloped and contained his tragic one. His early comedies—with their baroque poetic exuberance, intense...

Read more ›
Kim

Kim

Rudyard Kipling’s Kim is the tale of an Irish orphan raised as an Indian vagabond on the rough streets of colonial Lahore. Young Kimball O’Hara’s coming of age...

Read more ›
A Wonder-Book for Girls and Boys

A Wonder-Book for Girls and Boys

Six legends of Greek mythology, retold for children by Nathaniel Hawthorne. Included are The Gorgon’s Head, The Golden Touch, The Paradise of Children, The Three Golden Apples,...

Read more ›
Zeno's Conscience

Zeno's Conscience

The modern Italian classic discovered and championed by James Joyce, Zeno’s Conscience is a marvel of psychological insight, published here in a fine new translation...

Read more ›
Robinson Crusoe

Robinson Crusoe

This classic story of a shipwrecked mariner on a deserted island is perhaps the greatest adventure in all of English literature. Fleeing from pirates, Robinson Crusoe is swept ashore in a storm...

Read more ›
Song of Solomon

Song of Solomon

 In this celebrated novel, Nobel Prize-winning author Toni Morrison created a new way of rendering the contradictory nuances of black life in America. Its earthy poetic language...

Read more ›
Beloved

Beloved

Winner of the Pulitzer Prize, Toni Morrison’s Beloved is a spellbinding and dazzlingly innovative portrait of a woman haunted by the past. Sethe was born a slave and...

Read more ›
This Side of Paradise

This Side of Paradise

(Book Jacket Status: Jacketed)F. Scott Fitzgerald’s extraordinary career as a novelist ended abruptly and unhappily, but it began with one of the most brilliant first...

Read more ›
Jack the Giant Killer

Jack the Giant Killer

The story of Jack, the intrepid boy whose courage and ingenuity defeated a host of many-headed giants, has been told to children for hundreds of years. In 1842, when he...

Read more ›
Middlemarch

Middlemarch

One of the most accomplished and prominent novels of the Victorian era, Middlemarch is an unsurpassed portrait of nineteenth-century English provincial life. Dorothea Brooke...

Read more ›
Go Tell It on the Mountain

Go Tell It on the Mountain

This haunting coming-of-age story, based in part on James Baldwin’s childhood in Harlem, is an American classic. Originally published in 1953, Go Tell It on the...

Read more ›
Poems of Sleep and Dreams

Poems of Sleep and Dreams

Poets have always drawn inspiration from the wild fancies of dream life. We spend a third of our lives asleep, and throughout history our nocturnal visions have engaged the interpretive...

Read more ›
Dispatches

Dispatches

Written on the front lines in Vietnam, Dispatches became an immediate classic of war reportage when it was published in 1977.From its terrifying opening pages to its final eloquent...

Read more ›
The Transylvanian Trilogy, Volumes II & III

The Transylvanian Trilogy, Volumes II & III

**Washington Post Best Books of 2013**The celebrated TRANSYLVANIAN TRILOGY by Count Miklós Bánffy is a stunning historical epic set in the lost world of the Hungarian...

Read more ›
Poems of New York

Poems of New York

New York City has always been a larger-than-life, half-mythical place, and this collection offers an appropriately stunning mosaic of its many incarnations in poetry–ranging from...

Read more ›
Framley Parsonage

Framley Parsonage

In the course of last century, Anthony Trollope's fictional county of Barset has become one of English literature's most 'real', most celebrated landscapes. Framley Parsonage—the...

Read more ›
The Stories of Ray Bradbury

The Stories of Ray Bradbury

One hundred of Ray Bradbury’s remarkable stories which have, together with his classic novels, earned him an immense international audience and his place among the...

Read more ›

Load more