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Forthcoming 2018 Titles

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  1. A Rulebook for Arguments (Fifth Edition)

    Anthony Weston

    A Rulebook for Arguments (Fifth Edition)

    Forthcoming - February 2018

    "This is the ultimate 'how-to' book for anyone who wants to use reasons and evidence in support of conclusions, to be clear instead of confusing, persuasive instead of dogmatic, and better at evaluating the arguments of others."
    —Debra Nails, Michigan State University

  2. Aeneid 8

    Vergil
    Edited by James J. O'Hara

    Aeneid 8

    Forthcoming - March 2018

    Series: The Focus Vergil Aeneid Commentaries

    Vergil: Aeneid 8 is part of a new series of commentaries on the Aeneid. Each volume adapts with extensive revisions and additions the commentaries of T. E. Page (1884, 1900), and is edited by a scholar of Roman epic. The present volume offers the Latin text of Book 8 along with maps, extensive notes, and commentary designed to meet the needs of intermediate students of Latin.

  3. Florence in the Age of the Medici and Savonarola, 1464–1498

    Florence in the Age of the Medici and Savonarola, 1464–1498

    Forthcoming - March 2018

    Series: Passages: Key Moments in History

    "A brief narrative overview of the mainly political history of Florence to the end of the fifteenth century that also offers an attractive collection of illustrative documents, aimed to engage student interest and discussion."
    —Melissa Bullard, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  4. Physics

    Aristotle
    Translated, with Introduction and Notes, by C. D. C. Reeve

    Physics

    Forthcoming - March 2018

    Series: The New Hackett Aristotle
  5. Record of the Listener

    Hong Mai
    Edited and Translated by Cong Ellen Zhang

    Record of the Listener

    Forthcoming - March 2018

    "Scholars who know classical Chinese have been reading and citing Hon Mai’s wonderful collection for many years. Now students can access these informative materials through Zhang’s lively English translations. They are both fun to read and deeply informative about daily life, religion, markets, and multiple social groups in the twelfth century. The comprehensive thematic guide allows readers to locate tales by subject matter, making this collection of 100 narratives ideal for classroom use."
    —Valerie Hansen, Yale University

  6. Seven Myths of Native American History

    Paul Jentz; Series General Editors: Alfred J. Andrea and Andrew Holt

    Seven Myths of Native American History

    Forthcoming - March 2018

    Series: Myths of History

     "Seven Myths of Native American History will provide undergraduates and general readers with a very useful introduction to Native America past and present. Jentz identifies the origins and remarkable staying power of these myths at the same time he exposes and dismantles them."
    Colin G. Calloway, Dartmouth College

  7. The Nibelungenlied: with The Klage

    Edited and Translated, with an Introduction, William T. Whobrey

    The Nibelungenlied: with The Klage

    Forthcoming - March 2018

    "Professor Whobrey's masterful translation of the Nibelungenlied and the Klage into modern English has fulfilled a desideratum that has been long in coming. For the first time, students of medieval literature have an excellent English rendition of what is considered by some the greatest and most unique epic of the German Middle Ages, complemented, under the same cover, by the first 'commentary' on the Nibelungenlied, the Klage. . . . This is a work that deserves—and is likely destined—to become the standard translation into English of both the Nibelungenlied and the Klage for decades to come." —Winder McConnell, Professor Emeritus, University of California, Davis

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