Universitas publishes classics of British, American, Canadian, Australian and world literature in editions that promise to be reader-friendly. This means that the quality of the books and the version of the texts enhance the reader’s experience. The classical text, fiction or non-fiction, is put into perspective by an Introduction that considers the relevancy of the text to today’s reader, drawing links between the text and contemporary issues or discussing angles of interpretation not considered so far. The editions are prepared by experts who teach the novels and as such address the many questions raised by today’s students, in the AP English and undergraduate literature courses. Our titles include: Pride and Prejudice (Jane Austen); The Picture of Dorian Gray (Oscar Wilde); Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure (John Cleland); Sense and Sensibility (Jane Austen); Ana Isabel, a Respectable Girl (Antonia Palacios); Frankenstein (Mary Shelley); American Notes for General Circulation (Charles Dickens).