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“This collection represents a significant expansion of the available archive of E. Pauline Johnson’s work, positioning her writing in relationship to other literary and political voices of her era ....” — Beth H. Piatote, University of California, Berkeley

Racial Realities and Post-Racial Dreams

“Racial Realities and Post-Racial Dreams is a courageous and powerful text, indispensable for any serious reflection about the future of America and the world!” — Cornel West

Colonel Jack

“… the poor stepchild among the books of Defoe’s major period of fiction writing, has finally gotten the modern edition it deserves. Freshly edited and splendidly introduced by Gabriel Cervantes and Geoffrey Sill” — John O’Brien, University of Virginia

Introduction to Indigenous Literary Criticism in Canada

“Heather Macfarlane and Armand Garnet Ruffo have assembled here a lifesaver for teachers and students of Indigenous literatures in Canada.” — Daniel Coleman, McMaster University

Civilization and Its Discontents

“ … this new Broadview Edition of Civilization and Its Discontents concludes Todd Dufresne’s editorial trilogy on the late ‘philosophical’ Freud. … At last a truly critical edition of Freud!” — Mikkel Borch-Jacobsen, University of Washington

Poems, in Two Volumes

“… provides an accessible edition of this text, perfect for classroom use. Editor Richard Matlak places Wordsworth’s poems in their personal, political, and poetic contexts. Beautifully edited and skillfully arranged ….” — Judith W. Page, University of Florida

The Metamorphosis and Other Stories

A selection of Kafka’s best stories, including “The Metamorphosis,” appears here in a clear and evocative translation by Ian Johnston.

Black Beauty

Anna Sewell’s Black Beauty is a classic work of children’s literature and an important text in the fields of Victorian studies and animal studies.


“Tilottama Rajan’s edition fleshes out the historical, political, doctrinal, and psychopathological contexts that inform this most damaged Godwinian character. … This volume is mandatory reading for scholars of Godwin….” — Julie Carlson, University of California, Santa Barbara


Broadview Press acknowledges the financial support of the Government of Canada through the Canada Book Fund, and also acknowledges the support of the Ontario Media Development Corporation. Freehand Books, an imprint of Broadview, acknowledges the support of the Canadian Council of the Arts.