Literature, Language and Culture


Cambridge Semitic Languages and Cultures
These titles examine and explore Semitic languages and editions of Semitic texts from key scholars within the fields of philology and linguistics.
St Andrews Studies in French History and Culture
This series covers the full span of historical themes relating to France: from political history, through military/naval, diplomatic, religious, social, financial, cultural and intellectual history, art and architectural history, to literary culture.
Open Book Classics
These fresh and informative translations recover texts that have not recently been revived, or do not exist at all in a critical edition in English. These works are brought to life with musical recordings, annotations and vivid illustrations.
Yeats Annual
Published by OBP in association with the Institute of English Studies, University of London, this is the leading scholarly journal on the poet.
The Juggler of Notre Dame
This ambitious study in six volumes explores the fascinating metamorphosis of the juggler of Notre Dame, from his incarnation in a medieval French poem to his influence on Gothic revivalism in America, via Victor Hugo's classic novel and beyond.
American Studies
Comparative Studies
English Studies
French Studies
German Studies
Italian Studies
Slavic Studies
Other languages
On History: Introduction to World History (1831); Opening Address at the Faculty of Letters, 9 January 1834; Preface to History of France (1869)
Jules Michelet. Translated by Flora Kimmich, Lionel Gossman, and Edward K. Kaplan. Foreword by Lionel Gossman

Letters of Blood and Other Works in English
Göran Printz-Påhlson. Edited by Robert Archambeau

Henry James' Europe: Heritage and Transfer
Dennis Tredy, Annick Duperray and Adrian Harding (eds.)

The Sword of Judith: Judith Studies Across the Disciplines
Kevin R. Brine, Elena Ciletti and Henrike Lähnemann (eds.)