Ignatius Critical Editions give you and your students the tools to dig into classic works. How?
Brochures & PDFs
Considering using ICE as a teaching tool? Know someone who should? Download the documents below for some information that should help the decision. (All documents are PDFs unless otherwise noted.)
- ICE Brochure (2MB)
What makes each Ignatius Critical Editions title a resource for teachers? Besides the above, here are a few practical, everyday things that will make teaching a fuller and more manageable experience.
Each ICE Study Guide comes with an answer key, so you don't have to memorize every line of Shakespeare to make sure your students did the reading.
Excellent, Updated Annotation
The problem with an edition from fifty years ago is that sometimes their explanatory notes mystify their readers more than the book does! Deciding what's apparent today, in language and ideology, and what's obscure enough for a footnote is primarily an editor's job. You shouldn't have to do it again!
Ignatius Critical Editions include sober, understandable annotation so that you can get reliable explanations — not wild and questionable theories — that are actually clear — written in straightforward, modern prose.
Special pricing is available to make ordering for the classroom or your reading group more affordable. This discount is automatically applied online or over the phone.
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Please note that the amounts listed apply to orders of the same title, not a mix of titles.
There are no returns for books ordered at the bulk rate.
Using this discount online: simply fill your cart and specify how many you need. The discount will be applied at checkout. Only available at Ignatius.com.
Using this discount over the phone: simply let your representative know you need to make a bulk order. Call toll-free 1-800-651-1531. School teachers and administrators ordering for their school can call toll-free at 1-866-431-1531.
Books by Author
by last name, except for Wm. Shakespeare
Need to Place a Bulk Order?
Schools, book clubs — any orders over 10 can receive special pricing online or by phone. Click here for details.
Why Traditional Criticism?
Tradition is the extension of Democracy through time; it is the proxy of the dead and the enfranchisement of the unborn.
Tradition may be defined as the extension of the franchise. Tradition means giving votes to the most obscure of all classes, our ancestors. It is the democracy of the dead. Tradition refuses to submit to the small and arrogant oligarchy of those who merely happen to be walking about.
G. K. Chesterton
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