The Lists
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Harold Bloom, The Western Canon: The Books and School of the Ages [1995]

    2107 entries: 1637 monographical, 470 otherwise
    Unranked—arranged (roughly) chronologically within national, linguistic, or ethnic categories placed within four broader historical sections: The Theocratic Age; The Aristocratic Age; The Democratic Age; and The Chaotic Age

    Since its publication, the list at the back of Bloom's book has surpassed Fadiman's, Adler's, or Eliot's in citations, name-recognition, popularity, notoriety, what-have-you, even as Bloom insists that he did not grant the list the kind of attention that we might expect, that it was the fault of publishers, editors, agents: "I left out a lot of things that should be there and I probably put in a couple of things that I now would like to kick out." Alas, even if Bloom really did make the list one afternoon without prior research or later editing, it was still put together with greater care and knowledge than some of the lists documented at Greater Books.

    The Theocratic Age:
    The Ancient Near East:
  1. Sha Naqba Imuru_11

  2. The Epic of Gilgamesh; He Who Saw the Deep
    Eighteenth-Tenth centuries B.C—Sumerian; Akkadian

    *Rexroth* *Ward* *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Kanigel* *Norway* *Great* *Graphic* *Educated*

  3. The Book of the Dead_3

  4. The Book of Coming Forth by Day
    varying versions; written ca. Sixteenth-First centuries B.C—Egyptian

    *Downs* *Bloom* *Great*

  5. The Bible_17

  6. Downs also lists John Wycliffe's 1382 English translation of the Vulgate; Bloom, Dirda, and the Globe and Mail specify the King James Version, translated 1604-11 to English from the Hebrew and Aramaic (Old Testament) and the Greek (New Testament), revised 1769 by Benjamin Blayney—Hebrew; Aramaic; Greek
    *Lubbock* *Baldwin* *Hundred* *France* *Downs* *Read* *Ward* *Good* *Bloom* *Recommended* *SeymourSmith* *Dirda* *Guardian* *Zane* *GlobeMail* *Taylor* *World*

    • Apocrypha_1

    unspecified selections—Aramaic; Hebrew; Greek

  7. Pirkei Avot_1

  8. Pirkei Avoth; Sayings of the Fathers
    ca. Third Century—Hebrew


    Ancient India (Sanskrit):
  9. Mahabharata_13

  10. includes Bhagavad Gita; ca. Ninth Century B C-Fourth Century—Sanskrit
    *Lubbock* *Baldwin* *Rexroth* *Oriental* *Magill* *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Utne* *Norway* *Great* *GlobeMail* *World* *Graphic*

    • Bhagavad Gita_8

    part of the Mahabharata; ca. Ninth Century B C-Fourth Century—Sanskrit
    *Eliot* *Rexroth* *Ward* *Oriental* *Fadiman* *Kanigel* *Great* *Zane*

  11. Valmiki

  12. Ramayana_10
    ca. Fifth-Second centuries B C—Sanskrit
    *Lubbock* *Baldwin* *Ward* *Oriental* *Magill* *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Norway* *Great* *World*

    The Ancient Greeks:
  13. Iliad_33

  14. ca. Ninth-Eighth centuries B.C; Cowan and Guinness ("Trinity") specifiy Richard Lattimore's English translation; Mallison ("Smart") notes Derek Jacobi's modern aural version—Greek
    *Lubbock* *Baldwin* *Classics* *France* *Downs* *Rexroth* *Zulli* *Read* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Adler* *Good* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Foundation* *SeymourSmith* *Trinity* *Campbell* *Norway* *Great* *O'Hear* *Zane* *GlobeMail* *Smart* *Taylor* *Telegraph* *World* *Deposit* *Newman* *Graphic* *Educated*

  15. Odýsseia_36

  16. The Odyssey
    ca. Ninth-Eighth centuries B.C; Mallison ("Smart") specifies Robert Fitzgerald's English translation—Greek

    *Lubbock* *Baldwin* *Eliot* *Powys* *Classics* *Hundred* *France* *Downs* *Rexroth* *Zulli* *Read* *List* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Adler* *Good* *Learning* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *SeymourSmith* *Trinity* *Campbell* *Norway* *Great* *O'Hear* *Zane* *GlobeMail* *Smart* *Telegraph* *Harvard* *Reynolds* *Newman* *Graphic* *Educated*

  17. Erga kai Hēmerai_5

  18. Works and Days
    ca. Eighth-Seventh centuries B C—Greek

    *Downs* *Magill* *Bloom* *Utne* *Newman*

  19. Theogonía_3

  20. ca. Eighth-Seventh centuries B C—Greek
    *Bloom* *Great* *Newman*

    • Archilochus

    Seventh Century B C; translations by Richard Lattimore—Greek

    • Sappho

    late Seventh-early Sixth centuries B C; translations by Richard Lattimore—Greek
    *Rexroth* *Bloom* *Dirda* *World* *Newman* *Graphic*

    • Alcman

    Seventh Century B C; translations by Richard Lattimore—Greek

  21. Pindar

  22. Epinikia_5
    Victory Odes
    Fifth Century B C—Greek

    *Downs* *Ward* *Bloom* *Dirda* *Newman*

  23. Oresteia_19

  24. The House of Atreus
    458 B C—Greek

    *Lubbock* *Eliot* *Invitation* *Classics* *Downs* *Rexroth* *List* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Adler* *Good* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Trinity* *Great* *Zane* *Newman*

  25. Hepta epi Thēbas_4

  26. Seven Against Thebes
    467 B C—Greek

    *Classics* *Adler* *Bloom* *Trinity*

  27. Promētheus Desmōtēs_12

  28. Prometheus Bound
    disputed authorship; Fifth Century B C—Greek

    *Lubbock* *Eliot* *Durant* *Invitation* *Classics* *Downs* *Magill* *Adler* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Trinity* *Newman*

  29. Persai_3

  30. The Persians
    472 B C—Greek

    *Classics* *Adler* *Bloom*

  31. Hiketides_3

  32. The Suppliants; The Suppliant Women
    ca. 470 B C—Greek

    *Classics* *Adler* *Bloom*

  33. Oidipous epi Kolōnō_20

  34. Oedipus at Colonus
    401 B.C—Greek

    *Lubbock* *Classics* *Downs* *Rexroth* *Van Doren* *Ward* *Magill* *Adler* *Good* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Trinity* *Campbell* *Great* *Zane* *GlobeMail* *Smart* *World* *Newman*

  35. Oidipous Tyrannos_25

  36. Oedipus Rex; Oedipus the King
    ca. 429 B.C; Mallison ("Smart") specifies Dudley Fitts and Robert Fitzgerald's English translation—Greek

    *Lubbock* *Eliot* *Durant* *Classics* *Downs* *Rexroth* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Adler* *Good* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Foundation* *Trinity* *Campbell* *Norway* *Great* *Zane* *GlobeMail* *Smart* *World* *Newman* *Educated*

  37. Antigone_22
    ca. 441 B C—Greek

  38. *Lubbock* *Eliot* *Durant* *Classics* *Downs* *Rexroth* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Adler* *Good* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Foundation* *Campbell* *Great* *O'Hear* *Zane* *GlobeMail* *World* *Newman*

  39. Ēlektra_4

  40. Electra
    ca. 410-400 B C—Greek

    *Classics* *Ward* *Adler* *Bloom*

  41. Aias_5

  42. Ajax
    ca. 450-430 B C—Greek

    *Classics* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Adler* *Bloom*

  43. Trachiniai_4

  44. The Trachiniae; The Women of Trachis
    ca. 450-420 B C—Greek

    *Classics* *Ward* *Adler* *Bloom*

  45. Philoktētēs_5

  46. Philocetes
    409 B C—Greek

    *Classics* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Adler* *Bloom*

  47. Kyklōps_4

  48. Cyclops
    late Fifth Century B C—Greek

    *Clasics* *Ward* *Adler* *Bloom*

  49. Hēraklēs Mainomenos _3

  50. Herakles
    ca. 416 B C—Greek

    *Ward* *Adler* *Bloom*

  51. Alkēstis_6

  52. Alcestis
    438 B C—Greek

    *Classics* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Adler* *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  53. Hēkabē _3

  54. Hecuba
    written ca. 424 B C—Greek

    *Ward* *Adler* * Bloom*

  55. Bakchai _14

  56. The Bacchae
    405 B.C—Greek

    *Eliot* *Powys* *Classics* *Downs* *Read* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Adler* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *O'Hear*

  57. Orestēs _3

  58. 408 B C—Greek
    *Ward* *Adler* *Bloom*

  59. Andromache _4

  60. ca. 428-25 B C—Greek
    *Ward* *Adler* *Bloom* *Recommended*

  61. Mēdeia_17

  62. Medea
    431 B.C; Mallison ("Smart") specifies Michael Collier and Georgia Ann Machemer's English translation—Greek

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  63. Iōn _5

  64. written ca. 414-12 B C—Greek
    *Classics* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Adler* *Bloom*

  65. Hippolytos _11

  66. 428 B C—Greek
    *Eliot* *Classics* *Downs* *Rexroth* *Read* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Adler* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman*

  67. Helenē _3

  68. 412 B C—Greek
    *Ward* *Adler* *Bloom*

  69. Iphigeneia en Aulidi _4

  70. Iphigeneia in Aulis
    405 B C—Greek

    *Ward* *Adler* *Bloom* *Foundation*

  71. Ornithes_13

  72. The Birds
    414 B.C—Greek

    *Downs* *Classics* *Read* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Adler* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Trinity* *Great* *Educated*

  73. Nephelai_11

  74. The Clouds
    423 B C; revised 417 B C; only revised version remains—Greek

    *Lubbock* *Classics* *Downs* *Read* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Adler* *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Trinity* *Newman*

  75. Bátrachoi_10

  76. The Frogs
    405 B C—Greek

    *Classics* *Eliot* *Downs* *Read* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Adler* *Bloom* *Trinity* *Newman*

  77. Lysistrate_13

  78. 411 B C—Greek
    *Classics* *Downs* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Adler* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Trinity* *Great* *Newman* *Graphic*

  79. Hippeîs_5

  80. The Knights
    424 B C—Greek

    *Lubbock* *Ward* *Adler* *Bloom* *Trinity*

  81. Sphēkes_4

  82. The Wasps
    422 B C—Greek

    *Ward* *Adler* *Bloom* *Trinity*

  83. Ekklesiazousai_4

  84. The Assemblywomen; A Parliament of Women
    391 B C—Greek

    *Ward* *Adler* *Bloom* *Trinity*

  85. Herodotus

  86. Historiē_25
    Fifth Century B.C—Greek

    *Lubbock* *Baldwin* *Durant* *Invitation* *Classics* *Hundred* *Downs* *Rexroth* *Read* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Adler* *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Kanigel* *SeymourSmith* *Trinity* *Great* *GlobeMail* *Taylor* *Telegraph* *Harvard* *World* *Educated*

  87. Thucydides

  88. History of the Peloponnesian War_23
    early Fifth Century B.C—Greek
    *Lubbock* *Durant* *Classics* *Downs* *Rexroth* *Read* *List* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Adler* *Good* *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Foundation* *Kanigel* *SeymourSmith* *Trinity* *Utne* *Great* *Telegraph* *World* *Educated*

    • Heraclitus

    Selected works_3
    ca. late Sixth-early Fifth centuries B C; only fragments of his works are extant—Greek
    *France* *Bloom* *Dirda*

    • Empedocles

    Selected works_1
    Fifth Century B C; only fragments of his works are extant—Greek

    • Plato

    early Fourth Century B C—Greek
    *Lubbock* *Baldwin* *Durant* *Hundred* *France* *Read* *Magill* *Bloom* *Kanigel* *World*

  89. Peri Poiêtikês_15

  90. De Poetica; Poetics
    Fourth Century B.C—Greek

    *Invitation* *Classics* *Downs* *Rexroth* *Zulli* *Read* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Adler* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Smart* *Educated*

  91. Ethika Nikomacheia_16

  92. Nicomachean Ethics
    Fourth Century B C—Greek

    *Lubbock* *Durant* *Invitation* *Classics* *Downs* *Read* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Adler* *Good* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Trinity* *Great* *Reynolds*

    Hellenistic Greeks:
  93. Menander

  94. Samia_3
    The Girl From Samos
    ca. 315-09 B C—Greek

    *Downs* *Bloom* *Newman*

  95. Longinus

  96. Perì Hýpsous_2
    On the Sublime
    ca. First Century—Greek

    *Ward* *Bloom*

  97. Callimachus

  98. Hymns and Epigrams_1
    six hymns and 64 epigrams, often published with the extant fragments of the author's other works—Greek

  99. Theocritus_3

  100. Idylls
    Third Century B C—Greek
    *Baldwin* *Classics* *Bloom*

  101. Bìoi Paràllēloi_18

  102. Parallel Lives; Lives of the Noble Greeks and Romans
    First Century—Greek

    *Lubbock* *Baldwin* *Durant* *France* *Downs* *Rexroth* *Zulli* *Read* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Adler* *Good* *Bloom* *Recommended* *SeymourSmith* *Trinity* *Dirda* *Educated*

  103. Moralia_2

  104. First Century—Greek
    *Read* *Bloom*

    • Aesop

    ca. late Seventh-early Sixth centuries B C—Greek
    *Baldwin* *Invitation* *Downs* *Van Doren* *Good* *Bloom*

    • Lucian

    Second Century—Greek

    The Romans:
    Titus Maccius Plautus
  105. Pseudolus_2

  106. Third-early Second centuries B C—Latin
    *Ward* *Bloom*

  107. Miles Gloriosus_3

  108. Third-early Second centuries B C—Latin
    *Classics* *Ward* *Bloom*

  109. Rudens_3

  110. Third-early Second centuries B C—Latin
    *Classics* *Ward* *Bloom*

  111. Amphitryo_3

  112. Third-early Second centuries B C—Latin
    *Classics* *Ward* *Bloom*

    Terence (Publius Terentius Afer)
  113. Andria_3

  114. 166 B C—Latin
    *Classics* *Ward* *Bloom*

  115. Eunuchus_3

  116. 161 B C—Latin
    *Classics* *Ward* *Bloom*

  117. Hecrya_3

  118. 165 B C—Latin
    *Classics* *Ward* *Bloom*

  119. Titus Lucretius Carus

  120. De Rerum Natura_19
    On the Nature of Things
    First Century B.C—Latin

    *Durant* *Invitation* *Classics* *Downs* *Rexroth* *Read* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Adler* *Good* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *SeymourSmith* *Trinity* *Great* *Graphic* *Educated*

  121. Marcus Tullius Cicero

  122. De Natura Decorum_2
    written 45 B C—Latin
    *Bloom* *Great*

    Horace (Quintus Horatius Flaccus)
  123. Carmina_11

  124. Odes
    originally published in four volumes: first-third, 23 B.C; fourth, 13 B.C—Latin

    *Baldwin* *Powys* *Classics* *Downs* *Read* *Ward* *Bloom* *Taylor* *Trinity* *Newman* *Educated*

  125. Epistularum_4

  126. originally published in two volumes, 20 and 14 B C—Latin
    *Classics* *Downs* *Bloom* *Trinity*

  127. Satirae_6

  128. originally published in two volumes, 35 B C and 30 B C—Latin
    *Baldwin* *Classics* *Downs* *Bloom* *Trinity* *Newman*

  129. Persius

  130. Satires_1
    First Century—Latin

    • 'Attis'_1

    First Century B C—Latin

    • "Other poems translated by Richard Crashaw, Abraham Cowley, Walter Savage Landor, and a host of English poets"_1

    First Century B C—Latin

    Virgil (Publius Vergilius Maro)
  131. Aeneid_26

  132. First Century B C; Mallison ("Smart") specifies Dudley Fitts and Robert Fagles's English translation—Latin
    *Baldwin* *Eliot* *Classics* *France* *Downs* *Rexroth* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Adler* *Good* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *SeymourSmith* *Trinity* *Campbell* *Norway* *Great* *O'Hear* *Zane* *Smart* *Reynolds* *World* *Newman* *Graphic*

  133. Eclogues_4

  134. First Century B C—Latin
    *Classics* *Adler* *Bloom* *Newman*

  135. Georgics_4

  136. First Century B C—Latin
    *Classics* *Adler* *Bloom* *Newman*

  137. Lucan

  138. De Bello Civili_3
    written 61-65—Latin

    *Ward* *Bloom* *Newman*

  139. Metamorphoseon_14

  140. Metamorphoses
    8; Mallison ("Smart") specifies Charles Martin's English translation—Latin

    *Classics* *Read* *Ward* *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Trinity* *Norway* *Dirda* *Great* *O'Hear* *Smart* *World* *Newman*

  141. Ars Amatoria_4

  142. ca. late First Century B C-early First Century—Latin
    *Classics* *Ward* *Bloom* *Newman*

  143. Heroides_1

  144. Epistulae Heroidum
    ca. First Century B C—Latin


  145. Juvenal (Decimus Junius Juvenalis)

  146. Satires_4
    late First-early Second centuries; Mallison ("Smart") specifies Rolfe Humphries's English translation—Latin
    *Downs* *Ward* *Bloom* *Smart*

  147. Martial (Marcus Valerius Martialis)

  148. Epigrams_3
    *Downs* *Ward* *Bloom*

    Lucius Annaeus Seneca
    • "Tragedies"_1

    First Century—Latin

  149. Medea_1

  150. First Century—Latin

  151. Hercules Furens_1

  152. First Century—Latin

  153. Petronius

  154. Satyricon_7
    late First Century—Latin
    *Classics* *Rexroth* *Ward* *Bloom* *Dirda* *Great* *Newman*

  155. Apuleius

  156. Metamorphoseon_6
    Asinus Aureus; The Golden Ass
    Second Century—Latin

    *Rexroth* *Ward* *Bloom* *Utne* *Great* *Newman*

    The Middle Ages: Latin, Arabic, and the Vernacular Before Dante:
    Augustine of Hippo
  157. De Civitate Dei Contra Paganos_9

  158. City of God

    *Downs* *Read* *Ward* *Adler* *Bloom* *Foundation* *Trinity* *Great* *Educated*

  159. Confessionum Libri Tredecim_23

  160. The Confessions of St. Augustine
    written 397-98—Latin

    *Lubbock* *Eliot* *Classics* *Hundred* *France* *Downs* *Read* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Adler* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Kanigel* *SeymourSmith* *Trinity* *O'Hear* *GlobeMail* *Telegraph* *Reynolds* *Newman* *Educated*

  161. Quran_11

  162. Koran
    Seventh Century—Arabic

    *Downs* *Ward* *Oriental* *Good* *Bloom* *Fadiman* *SeymourSmith* *Great* *GlobeMail* *Taylor* *World*

  163. Kitab alf Laylah Wa-Laylah_17

  164. The Thousand and One Nights; The Arabian Nights
    Ninth-Fifteenth centuries; Taylor specifies Richard Burton's version—Arabic

    *Lubock* *Baldwin* *Eliot* *France* *Downs* *Ward* *Magill* *Oriental* *Good* *Learning* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Norway* *Great* *Zane* *Taylor*

  165. The Poetic Edda_1

  166. Thirteenth Century—Norse

  167. Snorri Sturluson

  168. The Prose Edda_2
    written ca. 1220—Norse
    *Bloom* *Great*

  169. Nibelungenlied_8

  170. ca. Twelfth-Thirteenth centuries—German
    *Lubbock* *Baldwin* *Eliot* *Read* *Magill* *Bloom* *Trinity* *Great*

  171. Wolfram Von Eschenbach

  172. Parzival_4
    ca. early Thirteenth Century—German
    *Magill* *Bloom* *Trinity* *Dirda*

  173. Chrétien de Troyes

  174. Yvain, le Chevalier au Lion_3
    written ca. 1170—French
    *Bloom* *Dirda* *World*

  175. Beowulf_14

  176. ca. Eighth-Eleventh centuries; Mallison ("Smart") specifies Seamus Heaney's modern English version—English
    *Eliot* *Classics* *Rexroth* *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Trinity* *Campbell* *Dirda* *Great* *Smart* *Newman* *Graphic* *Educated*

  177. El Cantar de Mio Cid_4

  178. written ca. 1195-1207—early Iberian Romance language
    *Ward* *Magill* *Bloom* *Trinity*

  179. Christine de Pizan

  180. Le Livre de la Cité des Dames_1

  181. Diego de San Pedro

  182. Cárcel de Amor_1
    ca. Fifteenth Century—Spanish

    The Aristocratic Age:
  183. La Divina Commedia_33

  184. The Divine Comedy
    originally entitled La Commedia; written ca. 1308-21—Italian

    *Lubbock* *Baldwin* *Eliot* *Powys* *Durant* *Invitation* *Classics* *France* *Downs* *Zulli* *Read* *List* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Adler* *Good* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *SeymourSmith* *Trinity* *Norway* *Great* *O'Hear* *Zane* *GlobeMail* *Telegraph* *Harvard* *Reynolds* *World* *Newman* *Graphic*

  185. La Vita Nuova_6

  186. 1295—Italian
    *Classics* *Read* *Ward* *Bloom* *Trinity* *Newman*

    Petrarch (Francesco Petrarca)
    • Petrarch's Lyric Poems: The Rime Sparse and Other Lyrics_1

    1976; translations by Robert M Durling; Fourteenth Century—Latin

    • Selections From the Canzoniere and Other Works_1

    1985; English translations by Mark Musa; Fourteenth Century—Latin

  187. Giovanni Boccaccio

  188. Il Decameron, Cognominato Prencipe Galeotto_12
    ca. 1351-53—Italian
    *Downs* *Ward* *Magill* *Good* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Trinity* *Norway* *Great* *Zane* *GlobeMail* *Newman*

  189. Matteo Maria Boiardo

  190. Orlando Innamorato_3
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Trinity*

  191. Ludovico Ariosto

  192. Orlando Furioso_5
    published in part, 1516; revised 1521; published in its entirety, 1532—Italian
    *Baldwin* *Ward* *Magill* *Bloom* *Trinity*

    • Michelangelo Buonarroti

    "Sonnets and madrigals translated by Wordsworth, Longfellow, Emerson, Santayana, and others"_1
    Seventeenth Century—Italian

    Niccolò Machiavelli
  193. Il Principe_28

  194. The Prince

    *Eliot* *Durant* *Invitation* *Classics* *Hundred* *Downs* *Zulli* *Read* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Adler* *Good* *Learning* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Foundation* *Kanigel* *SeymourSmith* *Trinity* *Campbell* *Great* *GlobeMail* *Taylor* *Telegraph* *World* *Deposit* *Educated*

  195. La Mandragola_2

  196. 1524—Italian
    *Classics* *Bloom*

    • Leonardo da Vinci

    late Fifteenth-early Sixteenth centuries—Italian
    *Invitation* *Hundred* *Read* *Ward* *Bloom*

  197. Baldassare Castiglione

  198. Il Cortegiano_3
    *Zulli* *Ward* *Bloom*

    • Gaspara Stampa

    "Sonnets and madrigals"_1
    Sixteenth Century—Italian

  199. Giorgio Vasari

  200. Le Vite de' Più Eccellenti Pittori, Scultori, e Architettori da Cimabue Insino a' Tempi Nostri_5
    The Lives of the Most Excellent Italian Painters, Sculptors, and Architects; The Lives of the Artists
    1550; expanded 1568—Italian

    *Durant* *Ward* *Bloom* *Kanigel* *Telegraph*

  201. Benvenuto Cellini

  202. Vita di Benvenuto di Maestro Giovanni Cellini Fiorentino, Scritta, per Lui Medesimo, in Firenze_7
    written 1558-62—Italian

    *Eliot* *Durant* *Hundred* *Zulli* *Ward* *Bloom* *Newman*

  203. Torquato Tasso

  204. La Gerusalemme Liberata_4
    *Baldwin* *Ward* *Bloom* *Trinity*

  205. Giordano Bruno

  206. Lo Spaccio de la Bestia Trionfante_1

    Tommaso Campanella
    • Poems_1

    late Sixteenth-early Seventeenth centuries—Italian

  207. La Cittè del Sole_1

  208. 1602—Italian

  209. Giambattista Vico

  210. Principi di Scienza Nuova d'Intorno Alla Comune Natura Delle Nazioni_6
    The New Science
    1725; revised 1730 and 1744—Italian

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  211. Carlo Goldoni

  212. Il Servitore di due Padroni_1

  213. Vittorio Alfieri

  214. Saul_1

  215. Luís Vaz de Camões

  216. Os Lusíadas_3
    *Ward* *Bloom* *World*

    • António Ferreira

    The Muse Reborn: The Poetry of António Ferreira_1
    1988; written Sixteenth Century; English translations by T F Earle—Portuguese

  217. Jorge Manrique

  218. Coplas a la Muerte de su Padre_1
    written ca. 1476—Spanish

  219. Fernando de Rojas

  220. Tragicomedia de Calisto y Melibea_2
    La Celestina

    *Ward* *Bloom*

  221. La Vida de Lazarillo de Tormes y de sus Fortunas y Adversidades_2

  222. 1554—Spanish
    *Magill* *Bloom*

    Francisco de Quevedo
  223. Sueños y Discursos de Verdades Descubridoras de Abusos, Vicios y Engaños en Todos los Oficios del Mundo_2

  224. Dreams

    *Ward* *Bloom*

    • 'Sermón Estoico de Censura Moral'_1


    • Fray Luis de Léon

    The Unknown Light: The Poems of Fray Luis de Léon_1
    1979; English translations by Willis Barnstone—Spanish

    • San Juan de la Cruz (Saint John of the Cross)

    The Poems of St. John of the Cross_1
    English translations by John Frederick Nims; 1959; revised 1968 and 1979—Spanish

    Luis de Góngora
    • "Sonnets"_1

    early Seventeenth Century—Spanish

  225. Las Soledades_1

  226. written 1613—Spanish

    Miguel de Cervantes
  227. El Ingenioso Hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha_36

  228. Don Quixote
    originally published in two volumes, 1605 and 1615; Mallison ("Smart") specifies Edith Grossman's English translation—Spanish

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  229. Novelas Ejemplares_2

  230. 1613—Spanish
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    Lope de Vega
  231. La Dorotea_2

  232. 1632—Spanish
    *Ward* *Bloom*

  233. Fuenteovejuna_3

  234. 1619—Spanish
    *Classics* *Ward* *Bloom*

  235. El Castigo sin Venganza_2

  236. Lost in a Mirror
    written 1631—Spanish

    *Ward* *Bloom*

  237. El Caballero de Olmedo_2

  238. written ca. 1620—Spanish
    *Ward* *Bloom*

  239. Tirso de Molina

  240. El Burlador de Sevilla y Convidado de Piedra_2
    ca. 1630—Spanish
    *Ward* *Bloom*

    Pedro Calderón de la Barca
  241. La Vida es Sueño_8

  242. Life Is a Dream

    *Eliot* *Classics* *Ward* *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Trinity* *Great*

  243. El Alcalde de Zalamea_2

  244. 1651—Spanish
    *Classics* *Bloom*

  245. El Magico Prodigioso_2

  246. 1637—Spanish
    *Classics* *Bloom*

  247. El Médico de su Honra_1

  248. 1637—Spanish

    • Juana Inés de la Cruz

    late Seventeenth Century—Spanish

    England and Scotland:
    Geoffrey Chaucer
  249. Canterbury Tales_30

  250. 1478; Mallison ("Smart") specifies Nevill Coghill's modern English version—English
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  251. Troilus and Criseyde_8

  252. written ca. 1380s—English
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  253. Thomas Malory

  254. Le Morte d'Arthur_13
    1485; revised through sixth edition, 1634—English
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    • William Dunbar


    • John Skelton


  255. Thomas More

  256. Libellus Uere Aureus, nec Minus Salutaris Quam Festivus, de Optimo rei Publicae Statu Deque Nova Insula Utopia_14

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    • Thomas Wyatt

    Sixteenth Century—English

    • Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey

    Sixteenth Century—English

    Philip Sidney
  257. The Countess of Pembroke's Arcadia_2

  258. written ca. 1580; revised versions published 1590 and 1593; English
    *Bloom* *Newman*

  259. Astrophel and Stella_2

  260. 1591—English
    *Bloom* *Newman*

  261. Defence of Poesie_3

  262. 1595—English
    *Eliot* *Bloom* *Newman*

    • Fulke Greville, Lord Brooke

    late Sixteenth-early Seventeenth centuries—English

    Edmund Spenser
  263. The Faerie Queene_8

  264. originally published in two volumes, 1590 and 1596—English
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    • "The minor poems"_1

    Sixteenth Century—English

    • Walter Raleigh

    late Sixteenth-early Seventeenth centuries—English

    Christopher Marlowe
    • Poems_2

    late Sixteenth Century—English
    *Bloom* *Dirda*

    • Plays_2

    late Sixteenth Century—English
    *Bloom* *Dirda*

    • Michael Drayton

    late Sixteenth-early Seventeenth centuries—English

    Samuel Daniel
    • Poems_1

    late Sixteenth-early Seventeenth centuries—English

  265. A Defence of Rime_1

  266. 1602—English

  267. Thomas Nashe

  268. The Unfortunate Traveller: or, The Life of Jacke Wilton_1

  269. Thomas Kyd

  270. The Spanish Tragedy, or Hieronimo Is Mad Again_2
    ca. 1587—English
    *Bloom* *Recommended*

    William Shakespeare
    • Plays_4

    late Sixteenth-early Seventeenth centuries—English
    *Durant* *France* *Good* *Bloom*

    • Poems_2

    late Sixteenth-early Seventeenth centuries—English
    *Bloom* *Newman*

    • Thomas Campion

    late Sixteenth-early Seventeenth centuries—English

    John Donne
    • Poems_8

    early Seventeenth Century—English
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    • Sermons_2

    written 1615-31; edition of 154 sermons published in three volumes: LXXX Sermons, 1640; Fifty Sermons, 1649; and XXVI Sermons, 1660; six sermons published separately during the author’s life: A Sermon Upon the XV. Verse of the XX. Chapter of the Booke of Judges, 1622; A Sermon Upon the VIII. Verse of the I. Chapter of the Acts of the Apostles, 1622; Encænia. The Feast of Celebration. Celebrated at Lincolnes Inne, in a Sermon Thereupon Ascension Day, 1623, 1623; The First Sermon Preached to King Charles, at Saint Iames: 3°. April. 1625., 1625; A Sermon, Preached to the Kings Mtie. at Whitehall, 24. Febr. 1625, 1626; A Sermon of Commemoration of the Lady Dāuers, Late Wife of Sr. John Dāuers, 1627; seven others published soon after his death: Death’s Duell, or, A Consolation to the Soule, Against the Dying Life, and Living Death of the Body, 1632; and Six Sermons, 1634—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

    Ben Jonson
    • Plays_2

    late Sixteenth-early Seventeenth centuries—English
    *Ward* *Bloom*

    • Poems_1

    late Sixteenth-early Seventeenth centuries—English

    • "Masques"_1

    late Sixteenth-early Seventeenth centuries—English

  271. Francis Bacon

  272. Essays: Religious Meditations. Places of Perswasion and Disswasion. Seene and Allowed_12
    1597; expanded 1612; expanded and retitled Essayes or Counsels, Civill and Morall, 1625—English
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  273. Robert Burton

  274. The Anatomy of Melancholy_4
    1621; revised through fifth edition—English
    *Baldwin* *Bloom* *Dirda* *Newman*

    Thomas Browne
  275. Religio Medici_5

  276. 1643—English
    *Baldwin* *Eliot* *Powys* *Clasics* *Bloom*

  277. Hydriotaphia, Urne-Buriall, or, A Discourse of the Sepulchrall Urns Lately Found in Norfolk_3

  278. 1658—English
    *Powys* *Classics* *Bloom*

  279. The Garden of Cyrus, or The Quincunciall, Lozenge, or Net-work Plantations of the Ancients, Artificially, Naturally, Mystically Considered_2

  280. 1658—English
    *Classics* *Bloom*

  281. Thomas Hobbes

  282. Leviathan or, The Matter, Forme and Power of a Common Wealth Ecclesiasticall and Civil_16
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    • Robert Herrick

    Seventeenth Century—English
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    • Thomas Carew

    Seventeenth Century—English
    *Bloom* *Newman*

    • Richard Lovelace

    Seventeenth Century—English
    *Bloom* *Newman*

    • Andrew Marvell

    Seventeenth Century—English
    *Van Doren* *Bloom* *Newman*

  283. George Herbert

  284. The Temple: Sacred Poems and Private Ejaculations_4
    *Van Doren* *Bloom* *Trinity* *Newman*

    Thomas Traherne
  285. Centuries of Meditations_1

  286. written ca. 1670; published 1908—English

    • Poems_1

    Seventeenth Century—English

  287. A Serious and Pathetical Contemplation of the Mercies of God, in Several Most Devout and Sublime Thanksgivings for the Same_1

  288. originally anonymously published 1699—English

    • Henry Vaughan

    Seventeenth Century—English
    *Bloom* *Newman*

    • John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester

    Seventeenth Century—English
    *Bloom* *Newman*

    • Richard Crashaw

    Seventeenth Century—English
    *Bloom* *Newman*

    • Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher

    early Seventeenth Century—English

    George Chapman
    • "Comedies"_1

    late Sixteenth-early Seventeenth centuries—English

    • "Tragedies"_1

    late Sixteenth-early Seventeenth centuries—English

    • Poems_1

    late Sixteenth-early Seventeenth centuries—English

  289. John Ford

  290. 'Tis Pity She's a Whore_1
    ca. 1633—English

  291. John Marston

  292. The Malcontent_1

    John Webster
  293. The White Devil_2

  294. 1612—English
    *Bloom* *Dirda*

  295. The Duchess of Malfi_4

  296. ca. 1613-14—English
    *Eliot* *Rexroth* *Bloom* *Dirda*

  297. Thomas Middleton and William Rowley

  298. The Changeling_1

  299. Cyril Tourneur

  300. The Revenger's Tragedy_1

  301. Philip Massinger

  302. A New Way to Pay Old Debts_2
    *Eliot* *Bloom*

  303. John Bunyan

  304. The Pilgrim's Progress From This World to That Which Is to Come_18
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  305. Izaak Walton

  306. The Compleat Angler_4
    1653; revised through sixth edition, 1676—English
    *Baldwin* *Rexroth* *Bloom* *Newman*

    John Milton
  307. Paradise Lost_25

  308. 1667; revised 1674—English
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  309. Paradise Regained, a Poem, in IV Books, to Which Is Added Samson Agonistes_8

  310. 1671—English
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    • 'Lycidas'_7

    originally published in Justa Edouardo King Naufrago, 1638; revised for inclusion in Poems of Mr. John Milton, Both English and Latin, 1645—English
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    • A Mask Presented at Ludlow Castle, 1634: On Michelmas Night, Before the Right Honorable, John Earl of Bridgewater, Viscount Brackly, Lord President of Wales, and One of His Maiesties Most Honorable Privie Councill_4

    originally anonymously published 1637; included in Poems of Mr. John Milton, Both English and Latin, 1645—English

    *Lubbock* *Classics* *Ward* *Bloom*

    • "Minor poems"_5

    Lubbock uses the term, "Shorter poems"; Seventeenth Century—English
    *Lubbock* *Classics* *Read* *Adler* *Bloom*

  311. Areopagitica; A Speech of Mr. John Milton for the Liberty of Unlicenc'd Printing, to the Parliament of England_12

  312. 1644—English
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  313. John Aubrey

  314. Brief Lives_2
    written 1680-93; published 1813 as Letters Written by Eminent Persons in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries; expanded 1898 as Brief Lives, Chiefly of Contemporaries, Set Down by John Aubrey, Between the Years 1669 and 1696—English
    *Bloom* *Dirda*

  315. Jeremy Taylor

  316. Holy Living and Holy Dying_3
    originally published in two volumes: The Rules and Exercises of Holy Living, 1650; and The Rules and Exercises of Holy Dying, 1651—English
    *Lubbock* *Bloom* *Trinity*

  317. Samuel Butler

  318. Hudibras_2
    originally published in three volumes: 1663, 1664, and 1678—English
    *Bloom* *Newman*

    John Dryden
    • Poems_4

    Seventeenth Century—English
    *Lubbock* *Baldwin* *Bloom* *Newman*

    • Plays_2

    Seventeenth Century—English
    *Bloom* *Newman*

    • "Critical essays"_1

    Seventeenth Century—English

  319. Thomas Otway

  320. Venice Preserv'd_2
    *Bloom* *Newman*

    William Congreve
  321. The Way of the World_6

  322. 1700—English
    *Read* *Van Doren* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Newman* *Educated*

  323. Love for Love_1

  324. 1695—English

    Jonathan Swift
  325. A Tale of a Tub_4

  326. 1704; revised through fifth edition, 1710—English
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  327. Travels Into Several Remote Nations of the World, in Four Parts. By Lemuel Gulliver, First a Surgeon, and Then a Captain of Several Ships_29

  328. Gulliver's Travels
    1726; revised 1735—English

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    • "Shorter prose works"_1


    • Poems_1

    late Seventeenth-early Eighteenth centuries—English

  329. George Etherege

  330. The Man of Mode, or, Sr. Fopling Flutter_1

    • Alexander Pope

    Nineteenth Century—English
    *Baldwin* *Bloom* *Dirda*

  331. John Gay

  332. The Beggar's Opera_2
    *Bloom* *Recommended*

    James Boswell
  333. The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D._21

  334. 1791—English
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    • Journals_3

    written 1762-95—English
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    • Samuel Johnson

    Selected works_1
    Eighteenth Century—English

  335. Edward Gibbon

  336. The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire_23
    originally published in six volumes: first, 1776; second-third, 1781; fourth-sixth, 1788—English
    *Lubbock* *Baldwin* *Durant* *Invitation* *Hundred* *Downs* *Rexroth* *Read* *List* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Adler* *Good* *Bloom* *Foundation* *Kanigel* *SeymourSmith* *Trinity* *Dirda* *Telegraph* *World* *Educated*

    Edmund Burke
  337. A Philosophical Enquiry Into the Origin of Our Ideas of the Sublime and Beautiful_3

  338. 1757—English
    *Eliot* *Classics* *Bloom*

  339. Reflections on the Revolution in France_9

  340. 1790—English
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  341. Maurice Morgann

  342. An Essay on the Dramatic Character of Sir John Falstaff_1

    • William Collins

    Eighteenth Century—English

    • Thomas Gray

    Eighteenth Century—English
    *Lubbock* *Bloom*

    George Farquhar
  343. The Beaux' Strategem_1

  344. 1707—English

  345. The Recruiting Officer_1

  346. 1706—English

    William Wycherley
  347. The Country Wife_3

  348. 1675—English
    *Bloom* *Recommended* *Newman*

  349. The Plain Dealer_1

  350. 1676—English

    Christopher Smart
  351. Jubilate Agno_1

  352. written 1759-63—English

  353. A Song to David_1

  354. 1763—English

    Oliver Goldsmith
  355. The Vicar of Wakefield_6

  356. 1766—English
    *Lubbock* *Baldwin* *Ward* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Newman*

  357. She Stoops to Conquer_5

  358. 1773—English
    *Eliot* *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Educated*

  359. The Traveller_1

  360. 1764—English

  361. The Deserted Village_2

  362. 1770—English
    *Ward* *Bloom*

    Richard Brinsley Sheridan
  363. School for Scandal_6

  364. 1777—English
    *Lubbock* *Eliot* *Ward* *Bloom* *Smart* *Educated*

  365. The Rivals_3

  366. 1775—English
    *Lubbock* *Ward* *Bloom*

    • William Cowper

    Eighteenth Century—English

    • George Crabbe

    "Poetical Works"_1
    late Eighteenth-early Nineteenth centuries—English

    Daniel Defoe
  367. The Fortunes and Misfortunes of the Famous Moll Flanders_8

  368. 1722—English
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  369. The Life and Strange Surprizing Adventures of Robinson Crusoe, of York, Mariner_21

  370. originally anonymously published 1719—English
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  371. A Journal of the Plague Year: Being Observations or Memorials, of the Most Remarkable Occurrences, as Well Public and Private, Which Happened in London During the Last Great Visitation in 1665_6

  372. originally anonymously published 1722—English
    *Classics* *Van Doren* *Bloom* *Kanigel* *Dirda* *Newman*

    Samuel Richardson
  373. Clarissa, or, the History of a Young Lady_5

  374. 1748—English
    *Classics* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Zane* *Newman*

  375. Pamela: or, Virtue Rewarded_4

  376. 1740; later revised—English
    *Classics* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Newman*

  377. The History of Sir Charles Grandison_2

  378. 1753—English
    *Bloom* *Newman*

    Henry Fielding
  379. The History of the Adventures of Joseph Andrews and His Friend, Mr. Abraham Abrams_6

  380. 1742—English
    *Classics* *Zulli* *Read* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Newman*

  381. The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling_19

  382. 1749—English
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    Tobias Smollett
  383. The Expedition of Humphrey Clinker_2

  384. 1771—English
    *Classics* *Bloom*

  385. The Adventures of Roderick Random_2

  386. 1748—English
    *Classics* *Bloom*

    Laurence Sterne
  387. The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman_14

  388. originally published in nine volumes, 1759-67—English
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  389. A Sentimental Journey Through France and Italy_5

  390. 1768—English
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  391. Francis Burney

  392. Evelina, or, The History of a Young Lady's Entrance Into the World_2
    originally anonymously published 1778—English
    *Bloom* *Newman*

    • Joseph Addison et al.

    The Spectator_2
    periodical originally published 1711-2, 1714; Bloom lists Addison and Richard Steele as authors; Baldwin only names Addison—English
    *Baldwin* *Bloom*

  393. Jean Froissart

  394. Chroniques_3
    written 1369-1400—French
    *Baldwin* *Eliot* *Bloom*

  395. La Chanson de Roland_9

  396. ca. Eleventh Century—French
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    François Villon
    • The Poems of François Villon_1

    1965; revised 1977; English translations by Galway Kinnell; includes Le Grand Testament—French

  397. Le Grand Testament Villon et le Petit. Son Codicille. Le Jargon et Ses Ballades_6

  398. 1489—French
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  399. Michel de Montaigne

  400. Les Essais_26
    originally published in three volumes: 1580, 1588, and 1595—French

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  401. François Rabelais

  402. La Vie de Gargantua et de Pantagruel_22
    originally published in five volumes: Les Horribles et Épouvantables Faits et Prouesses du Très Renommé Pantagruel Roi des Dipsodes, Fils du Grand Géant Gargantua, 1532; La Vie Très Horrifique du Grand Gargantua, Père de Pantagruel, 1534; Le Tiers Livre des Faicts et Dicts Héroïques du Bon Pantagruel, 1546; Le Quart Livre des Faicts et Dicts Héroïques du Bon Pantagruel, 1552; Le Cinquiesme et Dernier Livre des Faicts et Dicts Héroïques du Bon Pantagruel, 1564; Mallison ("Smart") specifies Thomas Urquhart and Peter Motteux's English translation—French
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  403. Marguerite of Navarre

  404. Heptameron_1

  405. Joachim du Bellay

  406. Les Regrets_1

  407. Maurice Scève

  408. Délie, Objet de Plus Haulte Vertu_1

    Pierre de Ronsard
  409. Les Odes_2

  410. originally published in five volumes: first-fourth, 1550; fifth, 1552—French
    *France* *Bloom*

    • "Elegies"_1

    Sixteenth Century—French

    • "Sonnets"_1

    Sixteenth Century—French

  411. Philippe Commynes

  412. Memoires_1
    originally published in two volumes, 1524 and 1528—French

  413. Agrippa d'Aubigné

  414. Les Tragiques_2
    *France* *Bloom*

    Robert Garnier
  415. Marc Antoine_1

  416. 1587—French

  417. Les Juives_1

  418. 1583—French

    Pierre Corneille
  419. Le Cid_7

  420. 1637—French
    *Classics* *Ward* *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Trinity* *Newman*

  421. Polyeucte_5

  422. 1643—French
    *Eliot* *Classics* *Ward* *Bloom* *Newman*

  423. Nicomède_1

  424. 1651—French

  425. Horace_3

  426. 1640—French
    *Classics* *Ward* *Bloom*

  427. Cinna ou la Clémence d'Auguste_4

  428. 1639—French
    *Classics* *Ward* *Bloom* *Newman*

  429. Rodogune_1

  430. 1645—French

  431. François de la Rochefoucauld

  432. Réflexions ou Sentences et Maximes Morales_4
    originally anonymously published 1665—French
    *Durant* *France* *Ward* *Bloom*

  433. Jean de la Fontaine

  434. Fables_7
    originally published in 12 volumes: first-sixth, 1668; seventh-eleventh, 1678; twelfth, 1694—French
    *Invitation* *France* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Bloom* *Trinity* *Newman*

  435. Le Misanthrope ou l'Atrabilaire Amoureux_12

  436. The Misanthrope

    *Durant* *Classics* *Read* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Foundation* *Trinity* *Newman*

  437. Tartuffe, ou l'Imposteur_14

  438. 1664—French
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  439. L'École des Femmes_6

  440. The School for Wives

    *Classics* *Read* *Van Doren* *Adler* *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  441. Les Femmes Savantes_2

  442. The Learned Ladies

    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  443. Dom Juan ou le Festin de Pierre_6

  444. 1660—French
    *Durant* *Classics* *Ward* *Adler* *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  445. L'École des Maris_1

  446. 1661—French

  447. Les Précieuses Ridicules_3

  448. 1659—French
    *Classics* *Bloom* *Newman*

  449. Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme_8

  450. 1670—French
    *Durant* *Classics* *Ward* *Adler* *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Trinity* *Newman*

  451. L'Avare ou L'École du Mensonge_9

  452. The Miser

    *Durant* *Classics* *Read* *Ward* *Adler* *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Trinity* *Newman*

  453. Le Malade Imaginaire_6

  454. The Imaginary Invalid

    *Classics* *Ward* *Adler* *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Trinity*

  455. Blaise Pascal

  456. Pensées_20

    *Lubbock* *Eliot* *Invitation* *Classics* *France* *Zulli* *Read* *List* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Adler* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *SeymourSmith* *Trinity* *Great* *O'Hear* *Reynolds*

    • Jacques-Bénigne Bossuet

    "Funerary orations"_1
    Seventeenth Century—French

    Nicolas Boileau-Despréaux
  457. L'Art Poétique _1

  458. 1674—French

  459. Le Lutrin: Poème Héroï-comique_1

  460. 1672-4, 1683—French

    Jean Racine
  461. Phèdre_11

  462. 1677—French
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  463. Andromaque_6

  464. 1667—French
    *Classics* *Read* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Great* *Newman*

  465. Britannicus_2

  466. 1669—French
    *Classics* *Bloom*

  467. Athalie_4

  468. 1691—French
    *Classics* *Bloom* *Trinity* *Newman*

    Pierre de Marivaux
    • Seven Comdies_1

    1968; English translations by Oscar Mandel and Adrienne S Mandel—French

  469. Arlequin Poli par l'Amour_1

  470. 1720—French

  471. La Double Inconstance_1

  472. 1723—French

  473. Le Triomphe de Plutus_1

  474. 1728—French

  475. Le Jeu de l'Amour et du Hasard_1

  476. 1730—French

  477. L'Heureux Strategème_1

  478. 1733—French

  479. Les Fausses Confidences_1

  480. 1737—French

  481. Les Sincères_1

  482. 1739—French

    Jean-Jacques Rousseau
  483. Les Confessions_14

  484. 1782—French
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  485. Émile, ou de l'Éducation_6

  486. 1762—French
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  487. Julie, ou la Nouvelle Héloïse_3

  488. originally entitled Lettres de Deux Amans Habitans d'une Petite Ville au Pied des Alpes, published 1761—French
    *Bloom* *Dirda* *Newman*

  489. Zadig_6

  490. 1747—French
    *Lubbock* *Durant* *Classics* *Ward* *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  491. Candide, ou L'Optimisme_22

  492. 1759; Mallison ("Smart") specifies Tobias Smollett's English translation—French
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  493. Lettres Philosophiques_5

  494. Letters Concerning the English Nation
    English translation, 1733; French original, 1734; revised 1778—English

    *Eliot* *Read* *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Newman*

  495. Poème sur le Désastre de Lisbonne_1

  496. 1756—French

  497. Abbé Prévost

  498. L'Histoire du Chevalier des Grieux et de Manon Lescaut_3
    seventh volume of Homme de Qualité; published separately 1731—French
    *France* *Ward* *Bloom*

  499. Madame de la Fayette

  500. La Princess de Clèves_4
    originally anonymously published 1678—French
    *France* *Bloom* *Dirda* *Newman*

    • Nicolas Chamfort

    Products of the Perfected Civilization: Selected Writings of Chamfort_1
    1969; English translations by W S Merwin—French

  501. Denis Diderot

  502. Le Neveu de Rameau ou la Satire Seconde_7
    German traslation, 1805; French original, 1823—French
    *Classics* *Ward* *Adler* *Bloom* *Foundation* *Dirda* *Newman*

  503. Choderlos de Laclos

  504. Les Liaisons Dangereuses_6
    The Dangerous Liaisons

    *France* *Rexroth* *Bloom* *Telegraph* *Newman* *Graphic*

  505. Desiderius Erasmus

  506. Stultitiae Laus_10
    In Praise of Folly
    1511; revised—Latin

    *Classics* *Downs* *Read* *Ward* *Adler* *Bloom* *Recommended* *SeymourSmith* *Dirda* *Reynolds*
    [Bloom notes here: "Erasmus, a Dutchman living in Switzerland and Germany, while writing in Latin, is placed here arbitrarily, but also as an influence on the Lutheran Reformation."]

    Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
  507. Faust_26

  508. originally published in two volumes: first, Faust. Der Tragödie Erster Teil, published in part, 1790; in its entirey, 1808; revised 1829; second, Faust. Der Tragödie Zweiter Teil, 1832—German
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  509. Aus Mienem Leben: Dichtung und Warheit_5

  510. From My Life: Poetry and Truth
    originally published in four volumes: first-third, 1811-13; fourth, 1833—German

    *Lubbock* *Classics* *Read* *Ward* *Bloom*

  511. Egmont_3

  512. 1788—German
    *Eliot* *Ward* *Bloom*

  513. Die Wahlverwandtschaften_3

  514. Elective Affinities

    *Bloom* *Kanigel* *Trinity*

  515. Die Leiden des Jungen Werthers_7

  516. The Sorrows of Young Werther
    1774; revised 1787—German

    *Eliot* *Zulli* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Trinity* *Taylor* *Newman*

    • "Poems translated by Michael Hamburger, Christopher Middleton, and others"_1

    late Eighteenth-early Nineteenth centuries—German

  517. Wilhelm Meisters Lehrjahre_5

  518. Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship

    *Eliot* *Powys* *Classics* *Bloom* *Trinity*

  519. Wilhelm Meisters Wanderjahre, Oder Die Entsagenden_4

  520. Wilhelm Meister's Journeyman Years, or the Renunciants
    1821; revised 1829—German

    *Powys* *Classics* *Bloom* *Trinity*

  521. Italienische Reise_2

  522. Italian Journey

    *Ward* *Bloom*

    • The Collected Works Volume 8: Verse Plays and Epic_1

    1987; includes Hermann and Dorothea—German

  523. Hermann und Dorothea_2

  524. 1798—German
    *Eliot* *Bloom*

  525. Erotica Romana_1

  526. 1790; later retitled Römische Elegien—German

  527. Venezianische Epigramme_1

  528. 1790—German

  529. Westöstlicher Diwan_2

  530. The West-Eastern Divan
    1819; revised 1827—German

    *Ward* *Bloom*

    Friedrich Schiller
  531. Die Räuber_3

  532. 1781—German
    *Classics* *Bloom* *Trinity*

  533. Maria Stuart_3

  534. 1800—German
    *Classics* *Ward* *Bloom*

  535. Wallenstein_3

  536. three parts: Die Piccolomini, Wallensteins Lager, and Wallensteins Tod, 1798-99—German
    *Classics* *Bloom* *Trinity*

  537. Don Karlos, Infant von Spanien_3

  538. 1787—German
    *Classics* *Ward* *Bloom*

    • 'Über Naive und Sentimentalische Dichtung'_1

    originally published serially in Die Horen: Über Naive, Nov. 1795; Die sentimentalischen Dichter, Dec. 1795; and Beschluß der Abhandlung Über Naive und sentimentalische Dichter, Jan. 1796—German

    Gotthold Ephraim Lessing
  539. Laokoon Oder Über die Grenzen der Mahlerey und Poesie_3

  540. Laocoon: or, The limits of Poetry and Painting

    *Invitation* *Classics* *Bloom*

  541. Nathan der Weise_3

  542. 1779—German
    *Classics* *Bloom* *Trinity*

    Friedrich Hölderlin
    • Hymns and Fragments_1

    1984; English translations by Richard Sieburth—German

    • Poems and Fragments_1

    1961; English translations by Michael Hamburger; later editions entitled Selected Poems—German
    *Ward* *Bloom*

    Heinrich von Kleist
    • Five Plays_1

    1988; English translations by Martin Greenberg—German

  543. Amphitryon_2

  544. 1807—German
    *Bloom* *Trinity*

  545. Robert Guiskard, Herzog der Normänner_1

  546. 1808—German

  547. Penthesilea_3

  548. 1808—German
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Trinity*

  549. Der Zerbrochne Krug_2

  550. published and performed in part, 1808; published in its entirety, 1811—German
    *Bloom* *Trinity*

  551. Prinz Friedrich von Homburg Oder die Schlacht bei Fehrbellin_2

  552. 1821—German
    *Ward* *Bloom*

    • Stories_2

    early Nineteenth Century—German
    *Ward* *Bloom*

    The Democratic Age:
    Ugo Foscolo
  553. Dei Sepolcri_1

  554. 1807—Italian

  555. Ultime Lettere di Jacopo Ortis_1

  556. 1798—Italian

    • "Odes"_1

    late Eighteenth-early Nineteenth centuries—Italian

  557. Le Grazie_1

  558. published in part, 1803 and 1818; in its entirety, 1822—Italian

    Alessandro Manzoni
  559. I Promessi Sposi_4

  560. The Betrothed

    *Eliot* *Ward* *Bloom* *Trinity*

  561. Del Romanzo Storico_1

  562. written ca. 1828-50—Italian

    Giacomo Leopardi
    • Operette Morali: Essays and Dialogues_1

    1982; English translations by Giovanni Cecchetti—Italian

    • The Moral Essays_1

    English translations by Harold Norse—Italian

  563. Operette Morali_2

  564. 1827—Italian
    *Ward* *Bloom*

    • Poems_3

    early Nineteenth Century—Italian
    *Classics* *Bloom* *Norway*

    • Giuseppe Gioacchino Belli

    The Roman Sonnets of G G Belli_2
    1960; English translations by Howard Norse—Italian
    *Ward* *Bloom*

    Giosuè Carducci
    • 'Inno a Satana'_1


  565. Odi Barbare_1

  566. originally published in three volumes, 1877-89—Italian

    • "Rhymes and Rhythms"_1

    Bloom possibly could have meant to list the 1942 collection, Lyrics and Rhythms—Italian

    Giovanni Verga
  567. Novelle Rusticane_2

  568. Little Novels of Sicily

    *Ward* *Bloom*

  569. Mastro-Don Gesualdo_2

  570. 1889—Italian
    *Ward* *Bloom*

  571. I Malavoglia_2

  572. 1881—Italian
    *Ward* *Bloom*

    • The She-Wolf and Other Stories_1

    English translations by Giovanni Cecchetti—Italian

    Spain and Portugal:
    • Gustavo Adolpho Bécquer

    Nineteenth Century—Spanish

  573. Benito Pérez Galdós

  574. Fortunato and Jacinto_3
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Trinity*

  575. Clarin (Leopoldo Alas)

  576. La Regenta_1

  577. José Maria de Eça de Queirós

  578. Os Maias: Episódios da Vida Romântica_3
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Dirda*

    Benjamin Constant
  579. Adolphe, Anecdote Trouvée dans les Papiers d'un Inconnu_2

  580. originally anonymously published 1816—French
    *France* *Bloom*

  581. Le Cahier Rouge_1

  582. 1907—French

  583. François-René de Chateaubriand

  584. Génie du Christianisme_1
    1802; originally included the novellas, René and Atala, both later published together in a single volume, and as part of a larger work, Les Natchez, 1826—French

  585. Alphonse de Lamartine

  586. Méditations Poétiques_1

    Alfred de Vigny
  587. Chatterton_1

  588. 1835—French

    • Poems_1

    Nineteenth Century—French

    Victor Hugo
    • The Distance, the Shadows: Selected Poems_1

    1981; English translations by Harry Guest—French

  589. Les Misérables_18

  590. 1862—French
    *Baldwin* *Durant* *Classics* *Hundred* *France* *Downs* *Magill* *Good* *Learning* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Trinity* *Guardian* *Harvard* *World* *Newman* *Graphic* *Deposit*

  591. Notre-Dame de Paris_8

  592. The Hunchback of Notre Dame

    *Eliot* *Classics* *Ward* *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Trinity* *Newman*

  593. William Shakespeare_2

  594. 1864—French
    *Classics* *Bloom*

  595. Les Travailleurs de la Mer_3

  596. 1866—French
    *Powys* *Classics* *Bloom*

  597. La Fin de Satan_1

  598. 1886—French

  599. Dieu_1

  600. 1891—French

    Alfred de Musset
    • Poems_1

    Nineteenth Century—French

  601. Lorenzaccio_1

  602. 1834—French

    Gérard de Nerval
    • Les Chimères_1

    twelve poems originally published in periodicals and earlier books by the author; published together in Les Filles du Feu, 1854—French
    *France* *Bloom*

  603. Sylvie: Souvenirs du Valois_1

  604. originally published in La Revue des Deux Mondes, 1853—French

  605. Aurélia ou le Rêve et la Vie_1

  606. 1855—French

    Théophile Gautier
  607. Mademoiselle de Maupin_1

  608. 1835—French

  609. Émaux et Camées_1

  610. Enamels and Cameos
    1852; expanded later editions—French


    Honoré de Balzac
  611. La Fille aux Yeux d'Or_2

  612. The Girl With the Golden Eyes

    *Classics* *Bloom*

  613. Louise Lambert_1

  614. 1832—French

  615. Le Peau de Chagrin_2

  616. The Wild Ass's Skin; The Magic Skin

    *Classics* *Bloom*

  617. Le Père Goriot_14

  618. Father Goriot
    originally published serially Dec. 1834-Feb. 1835 in Revue de Paris—French

    *Eliot* *Powys* *Durant* *Hundred* *Zulli* *Read* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Norway* *Newman*

  619. La Cousine Bette_7

  620. originally published in Le Constitutionnel Oct.-Dec. 1846—French
    *Powys* *Classics* *Ward* *Adler* *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Newman*

  621. Splendeurs et Misères des Courtisanes_2

  622. The Splendors and Miseries of Courtesans; A Harlot High and Low
    originally published in four volumes, 1838-47—French

    *Bloom* *Newman*

  623. Eugénie Grandet_7

  624. 1833—French
    *Read* *Ward* *Magill* *Good* *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Newman*

  625. Ursule Mirouët_1

  626. 1841—French

  627. De l'Amour_2

  628. 1822—French
    *Read* *Bloom*

  629. Le Rouge et le Noir, Chronique du XIXe Siècle_18

  630. The Red and the Black

    *Powys* *Classics* *France* *Rexroth* *Read* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Good* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Trinity* *Norway* *Great* *Zane* *Newman* *Deposit*

  631. Le Chartreuse de Parme_12

  632. The Charterhouse of Parma

    *Classics* *France* *Read* *List* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Trinity* *Zane* *Newman*

    Gustave Flaubert
  633. Madame Bovary_29

  634. originally published serially Oct. 1856-Dec. 1856 in La Revue de Paris; Mallison ("Smart") specifies Frances Steegmuller's English translation—French
    *Classics* *Durant* *Hundred* *France* *Zulli* *Read* *List* *Ward* *Magill* *Good* *Learning* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Kanigel* *Trinity* *Campbell* *Norway* *Great* *Guardian* *Zane* *GlobeMail* *Smart* *Taylor* *Telegraph* *Deposit* *Newman* *Graphic* *Educated*

  635. L'Éducation Sentimentale_8

  636. 1869—French
    *Classics* *France* *Rexroth* *Ward* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Norway* *Newman*

  637. Salammbô_4

  638. 1862—French
    *Durant* *Classics* *Bloom* *Newman*

    • 'Un Cœur Simple'_3

    part of Trois Contes, 1877—French
    *Bloom* *Foundation* *Recommended*

  639. George Sand

  640. La Mare au Diable_2
    *Eliot* *Bloom*

    Charles Baudelaire
  641. Les Fleurs du Mal_7

  642. The Flowers of Evil

    *France* *Van Doren* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Trinity* *Great* *Newman*

  643. Le Spleen de Paris_1

  644. 1869—French

    • Stephané Mallarmé

    Selected Poetry and Prose_1

    • Paul Verlaine

    Selected Poems_1
    1948; English translations by C F MacIntyre—French

    Arthur Rimbaud
    • Complete Works_1

    1975; English translations by Paul Schmidt; inclues Une Saison en Enfer [1873]; Les Illuminations [1886]; 'Le Bateau Ivre'; and other poems—French

  645. Une Saison en Enfer_6

  646. A Season in Hell

    *France* *Ward* *Bloom* *Trinity* *Great* *Newman*

  647. Les Illuminations_5

  648. published in part serially May-Jun. 1886 in La Vogue; in its entirety later the same year—French
    *France* *Bloom* *Trinity* *Ward* *Newman*

    • 'Le Bateau Ivre'_3

    'The Drunken Boat'
    written 1871—English

    *Bloom* *Newman* *Graphic*

  649. Tristan Corbière

  650. Les Amours Jaunes_2
    *France* *Bloom*

    • Jules Laforgue

    Selected Writings_1
    1956; English translations by William Jay Smith—French

    • Guy de Maupassant

    Nineteenth Century—French
    *Hundred* *Zulli* *Bloom*

    Émile Zola
  651. Germinal_10

  652. originally published serially Apr. 1884-Jan. 1885 in Gil Blas—French
    *Ward* *Magill* *Good* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Dirda* *Great* *Guardian* *Zane* *Newman*

  653. L'Assommoir_5

  654. 1877—French
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Dirda* *Zane* *Newman*

  655. Nana_6

  656. originally published serially 1879-80 in La Voltaire—French
    *Bloom* *Kanigel* *Trinity* *Dirda* *Zane* *Newman*

    Henrik Ibsen
  657. Brand_2

  658. 1866—Norwegian
    *Ward* *Bloom*

  659. Peer Gynt_6

  660. 1867—Norwegian
    *Durant* *Classics* *Ward* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman*

  661. Kejser og Galilæer_1

  662. Emperor and Galilean


  663. Hedda Gabler_10

  664. 1890—Norwegian
    *Classics* *Read* *Ward* *Magill* *Adler* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Great* *Newman*

  665. Bygmester Solness_5

  666. The Master Builder

    *Classics* *Ward* *Adler* *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  667. Fruen fra Havet_2

  668. The Lady From the Sea

    *Classics* *Bloom*

  669. Når vi Døde Vågner_3

  670. When We Dead Awaken

    *Classics* *Bloom* *Fadiman*

    August Strindberg
  671. Till Damaskus_1

  672. originally published in three volumes: first-second, 1898; third, 1904—Swedish

  673. Fröken Julie_5

  674. Miss Julie
    written 1888—Swedish

    *Ward* *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Newman*

  675. Fadren_3

  676. written 1887—Swedish
    *Ward* *Magill* *Blooom*

  677. Dödsdansen_1

  678. written 1900—Swedish

  679. Spöksonaten_2

  680. The Ghost Sonata

    *Ward* *Bloom* *Newman*

  681. Ett Drömspel_3

  682. 1907—Swedish
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Newman*

    Great Britain:
    • Robert Burns

    late Eighteenth Century—English
    *Lubbock* *Baldwin* *Rexroth* *Van Doren* *Good* *Bloom* *Newman*

    William Blake
    • The Complete Poetry and Prose of William Blake_1

    1982; edited by David V Erdman; includes Poetical Sketches; All Religions Are One; There Is No Natural Religion; Tiriel; Songs of Innocence and Experience Showing the Two Contrary States of the Human Soul; The Book of Thel; The Marriage of Heaven and Hell; The French Revolution; Visions of the Daughters of Albion; The Gates of Paradise; America a Prophecy; Europe a Prophecy; The Book of Urizen; The Song of Los; The Book of Los; The Book of Ahania; Vala, or The Four Zoas; Milton; Jerusalem; The Everlasting Gospel; On Homers Poetry; On Virgil; The Ghost of Abel; 'An Island in the Moon'; and other works—English

  683. Poetical Sketches_4

  684. 1783—English
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Newman*

  685. All Religions Are One_4

  686. written ca. 1788—English
    *Classics* *Ward* *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  687. There Is No Natural Religion_4

  688. written ca. 1788—English
    *Classics* *Ward* *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  689. Tiriel_4

  690. written ca. 1789; originally published as part of The Poetical Works of William Blake, 1874—English
    *Rexroth* *Ward* *Bloom* *Newman*

  691. Songs of Innocence and Experience Showing the Two Contrary States of the Human Soul_11

  692. published in part, 1789, as Songs of Innocence; in its entirety, 1794—English
    *Classics* *Rexroth* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Great* *Telegraph* *Newman* *Educated*

  693. The Book of Thel_5

  694. written 1789-90—English
    *Classics* *Rexroth* *Ward* *Bloom* *Newman*

  695. The Marriage of Heaven and Hell_6

  696. written 1790—English
    *Classics* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Newman*

  697. The French Revolution_2

  698. 1791—English
    *Ward* *Bloom*

  699. Visions of the Daughters of Albion_4

  700. 1793—English
    *Rexroth* *Ward* *Bloom* *Newman*

  701. For Children: The Gates of Paradise_2

  702. 1793; revised 1820 and retitled, For the Sexes: The Gates of Paradise—English
    *Ward* *Bloom*

  703. America, a Prophecy_4

  704. 1793—English
    *Rexroth* *Ward* *Bloom* *Newman*

  705. Europe, a Prophecy_4

  706. 1794—English
    *Rexroth* *Ward* *Bloom* *Newman*

  707. The Book of Urizen_5

  708. originally entitled The First Book of Urizen, published 1794—English
    *Rexroth* *Ward* *Bloom* *Utne* *Newman*

  709. The Song of Los_4

  710. 1795—English
    *Rexroth* *Ward* *Bloom* *Newman*

  711. The Book of Los_4

  712. 1795—English
    *Rexroth* *Ward* *Bloom* *Newman*

  713. The Book of Ahania_4

  714. 1795—English
    *Rexroth* *Ward* *Bloom* *Newman*

  715. Vala, or The Four Zoas_4

  716. written ca. 1797-1807—English
    *Rexroth* *Ward* *Bloom* *Newman*

  717. Milton, a Poem in 2 Books_5

  718. written ca. 1804-11—English
    *Van Doren* *Rexroth* *Ward* *Bloom* *Newman*

  719. Jerusalem: The Emanation of the Giant Albion_6

  720. 1820; written ca. 1804-20—English
    *Rexroth* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Bloom* *Graphic* *Newman*

  721. The Everlasting Gospel_4

  722. written ca. 1818—English
    *Classics* *Ward* *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  723. On Homers Poetry; On Virgil_2

  724. ca. 1822—English
    *Ward* *Bloom*

  725. The Ghost of Abel_2

  726. 1822—English
    *Ward* *Bloom*

    William Wordsworth
    • Poems_8

    late Eighteenth-early Nineteenth centuries—English
    *Baldwin* *Read* *Van Doren* *Good* *Bloom* *Great* *Newman* *Educated*

  727. The Prelude or, Growth of the Poet's Mind: An Autobiographical Poem_9

  728. 1850; earlier versions written 1799 and 1805—English
    *Classics* *Read* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Telegraph* *Newman*

    Walter Scott
  729. Waverley; or, 'Tis Sixty Years Since_3

  730. originally anonymously published 1814—English
    *Baldwin* *Ward* *Bloom*

  731. The Heart of Midlothian_3

  732. originally anonymously published 1818—English
    *Baldinw* *Powys* *Bloom*

  733. Redgauntlet_2

  734. originally anonymously published 1824—English
    *Baldwin* *Bloom*

  735. The Tale of Old Mortality_2

  736. originally anonymously published 1816—English
    *Baldwin* *Bloom*

    Jane Austen
  737. Pride and Prejudice_30

  738. originally anonymously published 1813—English
    *Eliot* *Powys* *Hundred* *Zulli* *Read* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Good* *Learning* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Kanigel* *Trinity* *Campbell* *Norway* *Great* *Guardian* *Zane* *GlobeMail* *Taylor* *Telegraph* *Harvard* *Reynolds* *World* *Deposit* *Newman* *Graphic* *Educated*

  739. Emma_11

  740. originally anonymously published 1815—English
    *Read* *List* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Adler* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Guardian* *Zane* *Newman*

  741. Mansfield Park_4

  742. originally anonymously published 1814—English
    *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Newman*

  743. Persuasion_6

  744. originally anonymously published 1817—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Utne* *Guardian* *Zane* *Newman*

    Samuel Taylor Coleridge
    • Poems and Prose_1

    1957; edited by Kathleen Raine; includes Christabel; Kubla Khan, a Vision in a Dream; The Pains of Sleep [1816]; selections from Biographia Literaria, 1817; and other poems, correspondence, and essays—English

  745. Christabel; Kubla Khan, a Vision in a Dream; The Pains of Sleep_4

  746. 1816—English
    *Ward* *Van Doren* *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  747. Dorothy Wordsworth

  748. The Grasmere Journals_1

    • William Hazlitt

    "Essays and criticism"_1
    Nineteenth Century—English

    Lord Byron
  749. Don Juan_8

  750. originally published in six volumes: Jul. 1819; Aug. 1821; Jul. 1823; Aug. 1823; Dec. 1823; Mar. 1824—English
    *Classics* *Read* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Zane* *Newman*

    • Poems_5

    early Nineteenth Century—English
    *Durant* *Van Doren* *Good* *Bloom* *Great*

    Walter Savage Landor
    • Poems_1

    Nineteenth Century—English

  751. Imaginary Conversations_1

  752. originally published in five volumes: first and second, 1824; third, 1828; fourth and fifth, 1829—English

    Thomas de Quincey
  753. Confessions of an English Opium-Eater_2

  754. originally published serially Sep.-Oct. 1821 in the London Magazine—English
    *Ward* *Bloom*

    • "Selected prose"_1

    Nineteenth Century—English

    • Charles Lamb

    Nineteenth Century—English

  755. Maria Edgeworth

  756. Castle Rackrent_1

  757. John Galt

  758. The Entail_1

    Elizabeth Gaskell
  759. Cranford_2

  760. originally published serially 1851 in Household Words—English
    *Bloom* *Dirda*

  761. Mary Barton: A Tale of Manchester Life_2

  762. 1848—English
    *Bloom* *Dirda*

  763. North and South_2

  764. originally published serially Sep. 1854-Jan. 1855 in Household Words—English
    *Bloom* *Dirda*

  765. James Hogg

  766. The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner: Written by Himself: With a Detail of Curious Traditionary Facts and Other Evidence by the Editor_2
    originally anonymously published 1824—English
    *Bloom* *Dirda*

  767. Charles Maturin

  768. Melmoth the Wanderer_1

    Percy Bysshe Shelley
    • Poems_6

    early Nineteenth Century—English
    *Baldwin* *Durant* *Good* *Bloom* *Great* *Newman*

    • 'A Defence of Poetry'_2

    written 1821; originally published 1840 in Essays, Letters From Abroad, Translations and Fragments—English
    *Eliot* *Bloom*

  769. Mary Shelley

  770. Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus_11
    originally anonymously published 1818—English
    *Magill* *Learning* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Campbell* *Dirda* *Smart* *Telegraph* *Deposit* *Newman* *Graphic*

    • John Clare

    Nineteenth Century—English

    John Keats
    • Poems_7

    early Nineteenth Century—English
    *Baldwin* *Durant* *Hundred* *Good* *Bloom* *Great* *Educated*

    • Correspondence_2

    early Nineteenth Century—English
    *Bloom* *Newman*

    Thomas Lovell Beddoes
  771. Death's Jest-Book_1

  772. 1850—English

    • Poems_1

    early Nineteenth Century—English

    George Darley
  773. Nepenthe _1

  774. 1835—English

    • Poems_1

    early Nineteenth Century—English

    • Thomas Hood

    Nineteenth Century—English

    • Thomas Wade

    Nineteenth Century—English

    Robert Browning
    • Poems_3

    Nineteenth Century—English
    *Van Doren* *Good* *Bloom*

  775. The Ring and the Book_4

  776. originally published in four volumes, 1868-9—English
    *Van Doren* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Newman*

    Charles Dickens
  777. The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club_14

  778. The Pickwick Papers
    originally published serially Apr. 1836-Nov. 1837 under the pseudonym, Boz—English

    *Lubbock* *Baldwin* *Durant* *Classics* *Hundred* *Rexroth* *Read* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Newman*

  779. The Personal History, Adventures, Experience and Observation of David Copperfield the Younger of Blunderstone Rookery (Which He Never Meant to Publish on Any Account)_15

  780. originally published serially May 1849-Nov. 1850—English
    *Lubbock* *Baldwin* *Eliot* *Classics* *Magill* *Read* *Good* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Campbell* *Guardian* *Zane* *Telegraph* *Newman*

  781. Oliver Twist; or, The Parish Boy's Progress _9

  782. originally published under the pseudonym, Boz, serially Feb. 1837-April 1839 in Bentley's Miscellany—English
    *Classics* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Kanigel* *Campbell* *Guardian* *Newman* *Graphic* *Educated*

  783. A Tale of Two Cities_8

  784. originally published serially Apr.-Nov. 1859 in All the Year Round—English
    *Classics* *Baldwin* *Zulli* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Guardian* *Newman* *Graphic*

  785. Bleak House_7

  786. originally published serially Mar. 1852-Sep. 1853—English
    *Classics* *Van Doren* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Guardian* *Zane* *Newman*

  787. Hard Times - For These Times_7

  788. originally published serially in Household Words, Apr. 1854-Aug. 1854—English
    *Downs* *Read* *Van Doren* *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Campbell* *Newman*

  789. The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby _5

  790. originally published serially Mar. 1838-Sep. 1839 under the pseudonym, Boz—English
    *Baldwin* *Classics* *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended*

  791. Dealings With the Firm of Dombey and Son: Wholesale, Retail and for Exportation_3

  792. originally published serially Oct. 1846-Apr. 1848—English
    *Baldwin* *Bloom* *Newman*

  793. Great Expectations_15

  794. originally published serially Dec. 1860-Aug. 1861 in All the Year Round—English
    *Classics* *Magill* *Learning* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Trinity* *Campbell* *Norway* *Great* *Guardian* *Zane* *Smart* *Harvard* *Newman*

  795. The Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit_1

  796. originally published serially Jan. 1843-Jul. 1844 under the pseudonym, Boz—English

  797. A Christmas Carol_7

  798. 1843—English
    *Ward* *Van Doren* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Guardian* *Taylor* *Newman*

  799. The Chimes: A Goblin Story of Some Bells That Rang an Old Year Out and a New Year In_1

  800. 1844—English

  801. The Cricket on the Hearth: A Fairy Tale of Home_1

  802. 1845—English

  803. The Battle of Life: A Love Story_1

  804. 1846—English

  805. The Haunted Men and the Ghost's Bargain, A Fancy for Christmas-Time_1

  806. 1848—English

  807. Little Dorrit_5

  808. originally published serially Dec. 1855-Jun. 1857—English
    *Van Doren* *Adler* *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Newman*

  809. Our Mutual Friend_6

  810. originally published serially May 1864-Nov. 1865—English
    *Classics* *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Zane* *GlobeMail* *Deposit*

  811. The Mystery of Edwin Drood_1

  812. originally published serially Apr.-Sep. 1870—English

    • Alfred, Lord Tennyson

    Nineteenth Century—English
    *Baldwin* *Durant* *Bloom* *Educated*

    Dante Gabriel Rossetti
    • Poems_1

    Nineteenth Century—English

    • "Translations"_1

    Nineteenth Century—English

    Matthew Arnold
    • Poems_2

    Nineteenth Century—English
    *Classics* *Bloom*

    • Essays_1

    Nineteenth Century—English

    • Arthur Hugh Clough

    Nineteenth Century—English

    • Christina Rossetti

    Nineteenth Century—English
    *Bloom* *Educated*

    Thomas Love Peacock
  813. Nightmare Abbey_2

  814. 1818; revised 1837—English
    *Bloom* *Dirda*

  815. Gryll Grange_2

  816. originally published serially 1860 in Fraser's Magazine—English
    *Bloom* *Dirda*

    Gerard Manley Hopkins
    • Poems_3

    Nineteenth Century—English
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Educated*

    • "Prose"_1

    Nineteenth Century—English

    Thomas Carlyle
    • Essays_2

    Bloom's entry inscribed as "Selected Prose"; Nineteenth Century—English
    *Baldwin* *Bloom*

  817. Sartor Resartus_1

  818. originally published serially 1833-34 in Fraser's Magazine—English

    John Ruskin
  819. Modern Painters_2

  820. originally published in five volumes: first, 1843; second, 1846; third-fourth, 1856; fifth, 1860—English
    *Ward* *Bloom*

  821. The Stones of Venice_2

  822. originally published in three volumes: first, 1851; second-third, 1853—English
    *Ward* *Bloom*

  823. Unto This Last: Four Essays on the First Principles of Political Economy_2

  824. originally published serially 1860-61 in Cornhill Magazine—English
    *Ward* *Bloom*

  825. The Queen of the Air: A Study of the Greek Myths of Cloud and Storm_1

  826. 1869—English

    Walter Pater
  827. Studies in the History of the Renaissance_2

  828. 1873; ten essays, six of which originally published in the Fortnightly Review, 1869-71, two in the Westminster Review, 1867-8—English
    *Powys* *Bloom*

    • Appreciations, With an Essay on Style_1

    1889; revised 1890; essays previously published—French

  829. Imaginary Portraits_2

  830. four essays originally published 1885-7 in Macmillan's Magazine—English
    *Powys* *Bloom*

  831. Marius the Epicurean_2

  832. 1885—English
    *Powys* *Bloom*

  833. Omar Khayyam

  834. The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam_8
    ca. Eleventh-Twelfth centuries; compiled by Edward FitzGerald in five editions, 1859, 1868, 1872, 1879, and 1889—Persian
    *Baldwin* *Durant* *Oriental* *Good* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Great*

    John Stuart Mill
  835. On Liberty_16

  836. 1859—English
    *Eliot* *Classics* *Downs* *Read* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Adler* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Foundation* *SeymourSmith* *Trinity* *Great* *Taylor* *World*

  837. Autobiography_7

  838. 1873—English
    *Eliot* *Invitation* *Hundred* *Classics* *Read* *Ward* *Bloom*

    John Henry Newman
  839. Apologia pro Vita Sua_3

  840. 1864; revised 1865—English
    *Classics* *Bloom* *Trinity*

  841. An Essay in Aid of a Grammar of Assent_1

  842. 1870—English
    *Classics* *Bloom*

  843. The Idea of a University Defined and Illustrated_3

  844. 1873; originally published in two parts: The Scope and Nature of University Education—originally published 1852, with two alternate titles: Discourses on University Education, and Discourses on the Scope and Nature of University Education, then retitled and revised in 1859; and Lectures and Essays on University Subjects, 1859—English
    *Eliot* *Classics* *Bloom*

    Anthony Trollope
  845. The Warden_3

  846. 1855—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Telegraph*

  847. Barchester Towers_4

  848. 1857—English
    *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Telegraph*

  849. Doctor Thorne_2

  850. 1858—English
    *Bloom* *Telegraph*

  851. Framley Parsonage_2

  852. originally published serially Jan. 1860-Apr. 1861 in Cornhill Magazine—English
    *Bloom* *Telegraph*

  853. The Small House at Allington_2

  854. originally published serially Sep. 1862-Apr. 1864—English
    *Bloom* *Telegraph*

  855. The Last Chronicle of Barset_3

  856. originally published serially Dec. 1866-Jul. 1867—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Telegraph*

  857. Can You Forgive Her?_1

  858. originally published serially 1864-65—English

  859. Phineas Finn_1

  860. originally published serially Oct. 1867-May 1868 in St. Paul's Magazine—English

  861. The Eustace Diamonds_2

  862. originally published serially Jul. 1871-Feb. 1873 in the Fortnightly Review—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  863. Phineas Redux_1

  864. originally published serially Jul. 1873-Jan. 1874 in the Graphic—English

  865. The Prime Minister_1

  866. originally published serially Nov. 1875-Jun. 1876—English

  867. The Duke's Children_1

  868. originally published serially Oct. 1879-Jul. 1880 in All the Year Round—English

  869. Orley Farm_1

  870. originally published serially Mar. 1861-Oct. 1862—English

  871. The Way We Live Now_2

  872. originally published serially 1875—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

    Lewis Carroll
    • The Complete Works of Lewis Carroll_2

    1920; includes Alice's Adventures in Wonderland [1865]; Phantasmagoria and Other Poems [1869]; Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There [1871]; The Hunting of the Snark: An Agony in 8 Fits [1876]; A Tangled Tale [1880-5]; Sylvie and Bruno [1889; 1893]; Three Sunsets and Other Poems [1898]; other works—English
    *Ward* *Bloom*

  873. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland_17

  874. 1865—English
    *Powys* *Invitation* *France* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Learning* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Kanigel* *Guardian* *Zane* *GlobeMail* *Harvard* *Deposit* *Graphic*

  875. Phantasmagoria and Other Poems_1

  876. 1869—English

  877. Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There_10

  878. 1871—English
    *Powys* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Harvard* *Deposit* *Graphic*

  879. The Hunting of the Snark: An Agony in 8 Fits_3

  880. 1876—English
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Graphic*

  881. A Tangled Tale_2

  882. originally published serially Apr. 1880-Mar. 1885 in the Monthly Packet—English
    *Ward* *Bloom*

  883. Sylvie and Bruno_2

  884. originally published in two volumes: Sylvie and Bruno, 1889; and Sylvie and Bruno Concluded, 1893—English
    *Ward* *Bloom*

  885. Three Sunsets and Other Poems_2

  886. 1898—English
    *Ward* *Bloom*

    Edward Lear
  887. A Book of Nonsense_1

  888. originally anonymously published 1846; revisd 1861—English

  889. Nonsense Songs, Stories, Botany, and Alphabets_1

  890. 1870—English

  891. More Nonsense Pictures, Rhymes Botany &c._1

  892. 1872—English

  893. Laughable Lyrics. A Fourth Book of Nonsense Poems, Songs, Botany, Music, &c.1

  894. 1877—English

  895. George Gissing

  896. New Grub Street_1

    Algernon Charles Swinburne
    • Poems_1

    Nineteenth Century—English

    • Correspondence_1

    Nineteenth Century—English

    Charlotte Brontë
  897. Jane Eyre: An Autobiography_16

  898. originally published under the pseudonym, Currer Bell, 1847—English
    *Zulli* *Ward* *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Campbell* *Great* *Guardian* *Zane* *Smart* *Telegraph* *Harvard* *Newman* *Graphic* *Educated*

  899. Villette_3

  900. originally published under the pseudonym, Currer Bell, 1853—English
    *Bloom* *Smart* *Newman*

    Emily Brontë
    • Poems_2

    Nineteenth Century—English
    *Bloom* *Newman*

  901. Wuthering Heights_17

  902. originally published 1847 under the pseudonym, Ellis Bell; revised 1850—English
    *Powys* *Hundred* *France* *Zulli* *Ward* *Magill* *Learning* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Kanigel* *Norway* *Guardian* *Zane* *Deposit* *Newman* *Graphic*

    William Makepeace Thackeray
  903. Vanity Fair: A Novel Without a Hero_18

  904. originally published serially Jan. 1847-Jul. 1848—English
    *Lubbock* *Baldwin* *Eliot* *Durant* *Classics* *Zulli* *Ward* *Magill* *Good* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Great* *Guardian* *Zane* *Smart* *Telegraph* *Newman*

  905. The History of Henry Esmond, Esq. A Colonel in the Service of Her Majesty Q. Anne. Written by Himself_5

  906. 1852—English
    *Baldwin* *Powys* *Classics* *Hundred* *Bloom*

    George Meredith
    • Poems_1

    Nineteenth Century—English

  907. The Egoist_2

  908. 1879—English
    *Classics* *Bloom*

    • Francis Thompson

    late Nineteenth-early Twentieth centuries—English

    • Lionel Johnson

    late Nineteenth-early Twentieth centuries—English

    • Robert Bridges

    late Nineteenth-early Twentieth centuries—English

    G K Chesterton
    • The Collected Poems of G K Chesteron_1


  909. The Man Who Was Thursday_2

  910. 1908—English
    *Bloom* *Dirda*

    Samuel Butler
  911. Erewhon: or, Over the Range_2

  912. 1872—English
    *Classics* *Bloom*

  913. The Way of All Flesh_5

  914. 1903; written 1873-74—English
    *Classics* *Hundred* *Zulli* *Bloom* *Recommended*

    W S Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan
  915. Thespis_1

  916. 1871—English

  917. Trial by Jury_1

  918. 1875—English

  919. The Sorcerer_1

  920. 1877—English

  921. H M S Pinafore; or, The Lass That Loved the Sailor_1

  922. 1878—English

  923. The Pirates of Penzance; or, The Slave of Duty_1

  924. 1879—English

  925. Patience; or, Bunthorne's Bride_1

  926. 1881—English

  927. Iolanthe; or, The Peer and the Peri_1

  928. 1882—English

  929. Princess Idea; or, Castle Adamant_1

  930. 1884—English

  931. The Mikado; or, The Town of Titipu_1

  932. 1885—English

  933. Ruddigore; or, The Witch's Curse_1

  934. 1887—English

  935. The Yeoman of the Guard; or, The Merryman and His Maid_1

  936. 1888—English

  937. The Gondoliers; or, The King of Barataria_1

  938. 1889—English

  939. Utopia, Limited; or, The Flowers of Progress_1

  940. 1893—English

  941. The Grand Duke; or, The Statutory Duel_1

  942. 1896—English

    W S Gilbert
  943. The "Bab" Ballads—Much Sound and Little Sense_1

  944. 1868—English

  945. More "Bab" Ballads_1

  946. 1872—English

    Wilkie Collins
  947. The Moonstone_3

  948. originally published serially 1868 in All the Year Round—English
    *Zulli* *Bloom* *Recommended*

  949. The Woman in White_3

  950. originally published serially Nov. 1859-Aug. 1860 in All the Year Round—English
    *Bloom* *Guardian* *Telegraph*

  951. No Name_1

  952. originally published serially 1862 in All the Year Round—English

    • Coventry Patmore

    Nineteenth Century—English

    • Bysshe Vanolis

    'The City of Dreadful Night'_1
    originally published 1740 in the National Reformer—English

    Oscar Wilde
    • Plays_1

    unspecified selection—English

  953. The Picture of Dorian Grey_5

  954. originally published Jul. 1890 in Lippincott's Monthly Magazine; revised and expanded 1891; alternate earlier version published 2011—English
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Deposit* *Graphic*

    • 'The Critic as Artist'_1

    originally entitled 'The True Function and Value of Criticism: With Some Remarks on the Importance of Doing Nothing: A Dialogue', published Jul. and Sep. 1890 in the Nineteenth Century; included in Intentions [1891]—English

    • Correspondence_1

    unspecified selection—English

    • John Davidson

    Ballads and Songs_1

    • Ernest Dowson

    Complete Poems_1

    George Eliot
  955. Adam Bede _7

  956. 1859—English
    *Lubbock* *Baldwin* *Hundred* *Read* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Newman*

  957. Silas Marner: The Weaver of Raveloe _6

  958. 1861—English
    *Van Doren* *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Campbell* *Newman*

  959. The Mill on the Floss _6

  960. 1860—English
    *Baldwin* *Eliot* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Newman*

  961. Middlemarch: A Study of Provincial Life _22

  962. originally published serially Dec. 1871-Dec. 1872—English
    *Baldwin* *Read* *List* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Adler* *Good* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Trinity* *Norway* *Great* *Guardian* *Zane* *GlobeMail* *Telegraph* *Harvard* *Deposit* *Newman* *Graphic*

  963. Daniel Deronda _4

  964. 1876—English
    *Baldwin* *Bloom* *Zane* *Newman*

    Robert Louis Stevenson
    • Essays of Robert Louis Stevenson_1


  965. Kidnapped_3

  966. originally published serially May-Jul. 1886 in Young Folks—English
    *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended*

  967. Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde_7

  968. 1886—English
    *Magill* *Learning* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Zane* *Newman* *Graphic*

  969. Treasure Island_5

  970. originally entitled Treasure Island or, The Mutiny of the Hispaniola, published serially 1891-92 in Young Folks under the pseudonym, Captain George North—English
    *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Campbell* *Telegraph*

    • New Arabian Nights_1

    1882; first volume entitled 'Later-Day Arabian Nights', originally published Jun.-Oct. 1878 in London Magazine; second volume features stories originally published in varied periodicals—English

  971. The Master of Ballantrae_1

  972. 1889—English

  973. Weir of Hermiston_2

  974. 1896—English
    *Hundred* *Bloom*

    William Morris
    • "Early romances"_1

    Nineteenth Century—English

    • Poems_1

    Nineteenth Century—English

  975. The Earthly Paradise_1

  976. 1868—English

  977. The Well at the World's End_1

  978. 1896—English

  979. News From Nowhere_1

  980. 1890—English

  981. Bram Stoker

  982. Dracula_6
    *Magill* *Learning* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Dirda* *Guardian*

    George MacDonald
  983. Lilith_1

  984. 1895—English

  985. At the Back of the North Wind_1

  986. originally published serially 1868 in Good Words for the Young—English

  987. Hymnen an Die Nacht_2

  988. originally published 1800 in Athenaeum—German
    *Bloom* *Trinity*

    • "Aphorisms"_1

    late Eighteenth Century—German

    • Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm

    Nineteenth Century—German
    *Bloom* *Trinity* *Dirda* *Graphic*

    Eduard Mörike
    • Selected Poems_1

    1972; English translations by Christopher Middleton; this book also features translations of poems by Friedrich Hölderlin—German

  989. Mozart auf der Reise Nach Prag_2

  990. 1856—German
    *Bloom* *Trinity*

    Theodor Storm
  991. Immensee_1

  992. originally published in Volksbuch auf das Jahr 1850, 1849; revised 1851—German

    • Poems_1

    late Eighteenth Century—German

    Gottfried Keller
  993. Der Grüne Heinrich_1

  994. 1855; revised 1879—German

    • Stories_1

    late Nineteenth Century—German

    E T A Hoffmann
  995. Die Elixiere des Teufels_2

  996. 1815—German
    *Bloom* *Dirda*

    • Stories_2

    early Nineteenth Century—English
    *Bloom* *Dirda*

    Jeremias Gotthelf
  997. Die Schwarze Spinne_1

  998. The Black Spider


    Adalbert Stifter
  999. Der Nachsommer_1

  1000. 1857—German

    • Stories_1

    Nineteenth Century—German

    Friedrich Schlegel
    • "Criticism"_1

    late Eighteenth-early Nineteenth centuries—German

    • "Aphorisms"_1

    late Eighteenth-early Nineteenth centuries—German

    Georg Büchner
  1001. Dantons Tod_2

  1002. 1835—German
    *Bloom* *Trinity*

  1003. Woyzeck_2

  1004. 1837—German
    *Bloom* *Trinity*

    Heinrich Heine
    • The Complete Poems of Heinrich Heine_1

    1982; English translations by Hal Draper; includes Tragedies With a Lyrical Intermezzo; New Poems; Atta Troll; and Romanzero—German

  1005. Tragödien Nebst Einem Lyrischen Intermezzo_1

  1006. Tragedies With a Lyrical Intermezzo


  1007. Neue Gedichte_1

  1008. 1844—German

  1009. Atta Troll: Ein Sommernachtstraumpan_1

  1010. 1844—German

  1011. Romanzero_1

  1012. 1851—German

    Richard Wagner
    Der Ring des Nibelungen
    cycle of four operas composed 1848-74

    Friedrich Nietzsche
  1013. Die Geburt der Tragödie aus dem Geiste der Musik_1

  1014. The Birth of Tragedy
    1872; revised and retitled Die Geburt der Tragödie, Oder: Griechentum und Pessimismus, 1886—German


  1015. Jenseits von Gut und Böse: Vorspiel Einer Philosophie der Zukunft_8

  1016. Beyond Good and Evil

    *Invitation* *Classics* *Downs* *Read* *Magill* *Adler* *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  1017. Zur Genealogue der Moral: Eine Streitschrift_5

  1018. On the Genealogy of Morals

    *Classics* *Read* *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Reynolds*

  1019. Der Wille zur Mach_3

  1020. The Will to Power
    1901; revised 1906—German

    *Read* *Good* *Bloom*

  1021. Theodor Fontane

  1022. Effi Briest_2
    originally published serially 1894-95—German
    *Ward* *Bloom*

    • Stefan George

    Nineteenth Century—German

    Alexander Pushkin
    • The Complete Prose Tales of Alexandr Sergeyevitch Pushkin_1

    1966; includes The Captain's Daughter and The Tales of the Late Ivan Petrovich Belkin—Russian

  1023. Kapitanskaâ Dočka_5

  1024. The Captain's Daughter
    originally published 1836 in Sovremennik—Russian

    *Classics* *Ward* *Magill* *Bloom* *Newman*

  1025. Povesti Pokojnogo Ivana Petroviča Belkina_1

  1026. The Tales of the Late Ivan Petrovich Belkin


    • Collected Narrative and Lyric Poetry_1

    1984; English translations by Walter Arndt; includes Ruslan i Lûdmila—Russian

  1027. Ruslan i Lûdmila_1

  1028. 1820—Russian

  1029. Evgénij Onegin_7

  1030. Eugene Onegin
    published in part serially 1825-32; in its entirety, 1833; revised 1837—Russian

    *Classics* *Ward* *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Great* *Newman*

    • Narrative Poems by Alexander Pushkin and Mikhail Lermontov_1

    1983; English translations by Charles Johnston—Russian

  1031. Boris Godunov_2

  1032. 1831—Russian
    *Classics* *Bloom*

    Nikolai Gogol
    • The Complete Tales of Nikolai Gogol_1

    1985; includes Evenings on a Farm Near Dikaka, and Mirgorod; selections from Arabesques; plus a section entitled Other Tales, which includes 'The Nose'; 'The Coach'; 'The Portrait'; and 'The Overcoat'—Russian

  1033. Veĉerá na hútore bliz Dikán'ki_1

  1034. Evenings on a Farm Near Dikaka
    originally published in two volumes, 1831 and 1832—Russian


  1035. Mirgorod_1

  1036. 1835—Russian

  1037. Mërtvyâ Duši_11

  1038. Dead Souls

    *Classics* *France* *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Norway* *Great* *Zane* *Harvard* *Newman*

  1039. Revizor_2

  1040. The Government Inspector
    1836; revised 1842—Russian

    *Bloom* *Newman*

  1041. Mikhail Lermontov

  1042. Geroj Našego Vremeni_2
    A Hero of Our Time
    1840; revised 1841—Russian

    *Bloom* *Newman*
    [see also additional Lermontov entry above, under Pushkin]

  1043. Sergey Aksakov

  1044. Semejnaâ Hronika_1
    Family Chronicle


    Alexander Herzen
  1045. Byloe i Dumy_2

  1046. My Past and Thoughts
    published in part serially 1855-9, 1861-2, and 1869 in Poliarnaia Zvezda (Pole Star); and 1857-67 in Kolokol—Russian

    *Bloom* *Utne*

  1047. From the Other Shore_1

  1048. 1850—Russian

    Ivan Goncharov
  1049. Fregat Pallada_1

  1050. The Frigate Pallada
    originally published in Otečestvennye Zapiski, Apr. 1855—Russian


  1051. Oblomov_4

  1052. 1859—Russian
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Dirda* *Newman*

    Ivan Turgenev
  1053. Zapiski Ohotnika_4

  1054. A Sportsman's Sketches
    originally published in Sovremennik, 1852—Russian

    *Powys* *Classics* *Ward* *Bloom*

  1055. Mesâc v Derevne_1

  1056. A Month in the Country


  1057. Otcy i Deti_11

  1058. Fathers and Children; Fathers and Sons
    originally published Feb. 1862 in Rússkij Véstnik—Russian

    *Eliot* *Durant* *Classics* *Rexroth* *Ward* *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Great* *Newman*

  1059. Nakanúne_1

  1060. On the Eve


  1061. Pervaâ Lûbov'_3

  1062. First Love

    *Ward* *Van Doren* *Bloom*

    Fyodor Dostoevsky
  1063. Zapaski iz Podpol'â_6

  1064. Notes From Underground

    *Bloom* *Recommended* *Foundation* *Zane* *Smart* *Newman*

  1065. Prestuplénie i Nakazániye_22

  1066. Crime and Punishment
    originally published serially Jan.-Dec. 1866 in Rússkij Véstnik; Mallison ("Smart") specifies Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokhonsky's English translation—Russian

    *Eliot* *Powys* *Classics* *France* *Zulli* *Read* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Learning* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Campbell* *Norway* *Guardian* *Zane* *Smart* *Harvard* *Newman* *Graphic* *Educated*

  1067. Idiot_11

  1068. originally published serially 1868-9 in Rússkij Véstnik—Russian
    *Powys* *Classics* *France* *Zulli* *Read* *Ward* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Norway* *Deposit* *Newman*

  1069. Besy_9

  1070. Demons; The Devils; The Possessed

    *Powys* *Classics* *France* *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Norway* *Zane* *Newman*

  1071. Brat'â Karamazovy_23

  1072. The Brothers Karamazov
    originally published serially 1880 in Rússkij Véstnik—Russian

    *Powys* *Durant* *Classics* *Hundred* *France* *Rexroth* *Read* *List* *Ward* *Magill* *Adler* *Good* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Trinity* *Norway* *Zane* *GlobeMail* *Smart* *Reynolds* *World* *Newman*

    • The Short Novels of Dostoevsky_1

    1945; includes The Gambler; Notes From Underground; Uncle's Dream; The Eternal Husband; The Double; The Friend of the Family—Russian

  1073. Igrok_1

  1074. The Gambler


  1075. Dâdûškin Son_1

  1076. Uncle's Dream


  1077. Večnyj Muž_1

  1078. The Eternal Husband
    originally published 1870 in Rússkij Véstnik—Russian


  1079. Dvojnik_2

  1080. The Double
    originally published 1846 in Otečestvennye Zapiski—Russian

    *Bloom* *Newman*

  1081. Selo Stepančikovo i Ego Obitateli_1

  1082. The Village of Stepanchikovo; The Friend of the Family


    Leo Tolstoy
  1083. Kazaki_1

  1084. The Cossacks
    originally published in Rússkij Véstnik, 1863—Russian


  1085. Voyna i Mir"_24

  1086. War and Peace
    originally entitled 1805, published in part, 1865 and 1867; retitled and published in its entirety, 1869—Russian

    *Invitation* *Hundred* *France* *Rexroth* *Read* *List* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Adler* *Good* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *SeymourSmith* *Trinity* *Norway* *Guardian* *Zane* *GlobeMail* *Taylor* *Telegraph* *World* *Newman*

  1087. Anna Karenina_19

  1088. published in part serially 1873-7 in Rússkij Véstnik; in its entirety, 1877; Mallison ("Smart") specifies Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokhonsky's English translation—Russian
    *Eliot* *Zulli* *Read* *Ward* *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Trinity* *Utne* *Norway* *Guardian* *Zane* *Smart* *Harvard* *Reynolds* *Newman* *Graphic* *Educated*

  1089. Ispoved'_1

  1090. A Confession


  1091. Smert' Ivana Il'icha_5

  1092. The Death of Ivan Ilyich

    *Van Doren* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Foundation* *Norway*

  1093. Vlast' t'My_1

  1094. The Power of Darkness


    • Short Novels: Stories of Love, Seducation, and Peasant Life_1

    1965; includes The Kreutzer Sonata; Hadji Murat; The Forged Coupon; Ivan Illycih; The Cossacks; Family Happiness; and eight short stories—Russian

  1095. Krejzcerova Sonata_1

  1096. The Kreutzer Sonata


  1097. Hadži-Murat_1

  1098. Hadji Murat


  1099. Fal'šivyj Kupon_1

  1100. The Forged Coupon


  1101. Semejnoe Sčhast'e_1

  1102. Family Happiness
    originally published Apr. 1859 in Rússkij Véstnik—Russian


    • Nikolay Leskov

    Nineteenth Century—Russian
    *Ward* *Bloom*

  1103. Aleksandr Ostrovsky

  1104. Groza_2
    The Storm

    *Ward* *Bloom*

  1105. Nikolai Chernyshevsky

  1106. Ĉto Delat'?_1

    Alexander Blok
    • The Twelve, and Other Poems_1

    1970; English translations by John Stallworthy and Peter France—Russian

    • 'Dvenadcat'_2

    written 1918—Russian

    *Bloom* *Newman*

    Anton Chekhov
    • The Tales of Chekhov_1

    1916; English translations by Constance Garnett—Russian

    • Major Plays_1

    1964; includes Ivanov [1887]; Čajka [1896]; Dâdâ Vanâ [1897]; Tri Sestry [1901]; Višhnëvyj Sad [1904]—Russian

  1107. Ivanov_2

  1108. 1887—Russian
    *Ward* *Bloom*

  1109. Čajka_7

  1110. The Seagull

    *Powys* *Classics* *Ward* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Dirda* *Newman*

  1111. Dâdâ Vanâ_10

  1112. Uncle Vanya

    *Classics* *Ward* *Adler* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Foundation* *Dirda* *Great* *Newman*

  1113. Tri Sestry_8

  1114. Three Sisters

    *Classics* *Ward* *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Dirda* *Newman*

  1115. Višhnëvyj Sad_8

  1116. The Cherry Orchard

    *Classics* *Ward* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Trinity* *Newman* *Educated*

    The United States:
  1117. Washington Irving

  1118. The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon, Gent._2
    originally published serially Jun. 1819-Jul. 1820; expanded 1848—English
    *Baldwin* *Bloom*

  1119. James Fenimore Cooper

  1120. The Deerslayer: or, The First Warpath_2
    *Bloom* *Recommended*

    • John Greenleaf Whittier

    The Complete Poetical Works of John Greenleaf Whittier_1

    Ralph Waldo Emerson
  1121. Nature_3

  1122. originally anonymously published 1836—English
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  1123. Essays: First Series_3

  1124. 1841—English
    *Downs* *Bloom* *Trinity*

  1125. Essays: Second Series_3

  1126. 1844—English
    *Downs* *Bloom* *Trinity*

  1127. Representative Men: Seven Lectures_3

  1128. 1850—English
    *Read* *Bloom* *Recommended*

  1129. The Conduct of Life_1

  1130. 1860; revised 1872—English

  1131. Journals_2

  1132. 1960-82—English
    *Read* *Bloom*

    • Poems_2

    Nineteenth Century—English
    *Bloom* *Newman*

    • Emily Dickinson

    The Complete Poems of Emily Dickinson_4
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Trinity*

    Walt Whitman
  1133. Leaves of Grass_20

  1134. 1855; expanded and revised through ninth edition, 1892—English
    *Powys* *Durant* *Classics* *Hundred* *Rexroth* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Good* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Norway* *Great* *Zane* *Smart* *Harvard* *World* *Newman* *Graphic* *Educated*

    • The Complete Poems_1

    1975; includes Leaves of Grass; 'A Backward Glance O'er Travelled Roads'; and other works—English

    • 'A Backward Glance O'er Travelled Roads'_2

    preface to November Boughs, 1888
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  1135. Specimen Days_2

  1136. 1882—English
    *Classics* *Bloom*

    Nathaniel Hawthorne
  1137. The Scarlet Letter_21

  1138. 1850—English
    *Baldwin* *Eliot* *Classics* *Hundred* *Zulli* *Read* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Good* *Learning* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Trinity* *Campbell* *Zane* *Smart* *Harvard* *Newman* *Graphic* *Educated*

  1139. The Marble Faun: Or, The Romance of Monte Beni_4

  1140. 1860—English
    *Baldwin* *Classics* *Bloom* *Newman*

    • Notebooks_1


    Herman Melville
  1141. Moby-Dick; or, The Whale_26

  1142. 1851—English
    *Classics* *Hundred* *Zulli* *Read* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Adler* *Good* *Learning* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Trinity* *Campbell* *Norway* *Guardian* *Zane* *Great* *GlobeMail* *Taylor* *Harvard* *Newman* *Graphic* *Deposit* *Educated*

  1143. The Piazza Tales_2

  1144. 1856; originally published serially Nov. 1853-Aug. 1855 in Putnam's Monthly—English
    *Bloom* *Newman*

  1145. Billy Budd, Foretopman_9

  1146. Billy Budd, Sailor (An Inside Narrative)

    *Read* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Foundation* *Campbell* *Newman*

    • Collected Poems_1


  1147. Clarel: A Poem and Pilgrimage in the Holy Land_2

  1148. 1876—English
    *Classics* *Bloom*

    Edgar Allan Poe
    • Poetry and Tales_1


    • Essays and Reviews_1


  1149. The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym. Of Nantucket_4

  1150. published in part, 1836-37, in the Southern Literary Messenger, under the author's given name; in its entirety, 1838, under the pseudonym, Arthur Gordon Pym—English
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Norway* *Newman*

  1151. Eureka_1

  1152. 1848—English

    • Jones Very

    Essays and Poems_1

    Frederick Goddard Tuckerman
    • 'The Cricket'_1


    • "Other poems"_1

    Nineteenth Century—English

    Henry David Thoreau
  1153. Walden; or, Life in the Woods_20

  1154. 1854—English
    *Durant* *Classics* *Hundred* *Zulli* *Read* *Ward* *Magill* *Good* *Learning* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Utne* *Campbell* *Great* *Smart* *Deposit* *Newman* *Graphic* *Educated*

    • Poems_1

    Nineteenth Century—English

    • Essays_2

    Nineteenth Century—English
    *Magill* *Bloom*

  1155. Richard Henry Dana, Jr.

  1156. Two Years Before the Mast_3
    1840; revised and expanded 1869—English
    *Eliot* *Bloom* *Recommended*

  1157. Frederick Douglass

  1158. Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, An American Slave_5
    *Rexroth* *Bloom* *Dirda* *Smart* *Educated*

    • Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

    Selected Poems_1

    • Sidney Lanier

    Nineteenth Century—English

    Francis Parkman
  1159. France and England in North America_2

  1160. originally published in seven volumes: Pioneers of France in the New World, 1865; The Jesuits in North America in the Seventeenth Century, 1867; The Discovery of the Great West, 1869; The Old Regime in Canada, 1874; Count Frontenac and New France Under Louis XIV, 1877; Montcalm and Wolfe, 1884; A Half-Century of Conflict, 1892—English
    *Rexroth* *Bloom*

  1161. The Oregon Trail: Sketches of Prairie and Rocky-Mountain Life_1

  1162. originally published serially 1847-49 in Knickerbocker's Magazine—English

    Henry Adams
  1163. Mont-Saint-Michel and Chartres_5

  1164. 1913—English
    *Durant* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  1165. The Education of Henry Adams_11

  1166. 1918—English
    *Durant* *Invitation* *Hundred* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Foundation* *Fadiman* *Kanigel*

    • Ambrose Bierce

    The Collected Writings of Ambrose Bierce_1

  1167. Louisa M Alcott

  1168. Little Women_6
    originally published in two volumes: Little Women, 1868; and Good Wives, 1869—English
    *Bloom* *Recommended* *Guardian* *Smart* *Harvard* *Graphic*

    • Charles W Chesnutt

    The Short Fiction of Charles W Chesnutt_1

  1169. Kate Chopin

  1170. The Awakening_5
    *Bloom* *Recommended* *Campbell* *Zane* *Graphic*

    William Dean Howells
  1171. The Rise of Silas Lapham_2

  1172. 1885—English
    *Bloom* *Recommended*

  1173. A Modern Instance_1

  1174. 1883—English

    Stephen Crane
  1175. The Red Badge of Courage_9

  1176. published in part serially Dec. 1894 in the Philadelphia Press; in its entirety, 1895—English
    *Zulli* *Magill* *Learning* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Smart* *Campbell* *Newman* *Educated*

    • Stories_2

    late Nineteenth Century—English
    *Bloom* *Newman*

    • Poems_1

    late Nineteenth Century—English

    Henry James
  1177. The Portrait of a Lady_14

  1178. originally published serially Oct. 1880-Nov. 1881 in Macmillan's and Nov. 1880-Dec. 1881 in the Atlantic Monthly—English
    *Eliot* *Classics* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Kanigel* *Trinity* *Zane* *GlobeMail* *Telegraph* *Newman* *Educated*

  1179. The Bostonians_4

  1180. originally published serially 1885-86 in the Century Magazine—English
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Newman*

  1181. The Princess Casamassima_2

  1182. originally published serially 1885-86 in the Atlantic Monthly—English
    *Classics* *Bloom*

  1183. The Awkward Age_1

  1184. originally published serially 1898-99 in Harper's Weekly—English

    • "Short novels and tales"_1

    unspecified selection—English

  1185. The Ambassadors_11

  1186. originally published serially 1903 in the North American Review—English
    *Powys* *Classics* *Read* *Magill* *Good* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Trinity* *Zane* *Newman*

  1187. The Wings of the Dove_3

  1188. 1902—English
    *Powys* *Bloom* *Newman*

  1189. The Golden Bowl_6

  1190. 1904—English
    *Powys* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Bloom* *Zane* *Newman*

  1191. Harold Frederic

  1192. The Damnation of Theron Ware_1
    U K title: Illumination; 1896—English

    Mark Twain
    • The Complete Short Stories of Mark Twain_1

    originally entitled The Complete Short Stories of Mark Twain Now Collected for the First Time, published 1957—English

  1193. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn_23

  1194. 1884—English
    *Classics* *Hundred* *Rexroth* *Zulli* *Read* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Adler* *Good* *Learning* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Trinity* *Campbell* *Norway* *Great* *Zane* *GlobeMail* *Newman* *Graphic* *Educated*

    • The Devil's Race-Track: Mark Twain's Great Dark Writings: The Best From 'Which Was the Dream?' and 'Fables of Man'_1

    1980; edited by John S Tuckey—English

  1195. No. 44, The Mysterious Stranger_2

  1196. 1916; revised 1969—English
    *Read* *Bloom*

  1197. Pudd'nhead Wilson_1

  1198. 1894—English

  1199. A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court_3

  1200. 1889—English
    *Bloom* *Recommended* *Newman*

    William James
  1201. The Varieties of Religious Experience: A Study in Human Nature, Being the Gifford Lectures on Natural Religion Delivered at Edinburgh in 1901-1902_6

  1202. 1902; edited lectures—English
    *Classics* *Read* *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Kanigel* *Great*

  1203. Pragmatism: A New Name for Some Old Ways of Thinking_8

  1204. 1907—English
    *Read* *Magill* *Adler* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *SeymourSmith* *World*

  1205. Frank Norris

  1206. The Octopus: A Story of California_1

    Sarah Orne Jewett
  1207. The Country of the Pointed Firs_2

  1208. originally published serially 1896 in the Atlantic Monthly—English
    *Bloom* *Recommended*

    • "Other stories"_1

    unspecified selection—English

    • Trumbull Stickney

    The Poems of Trumbull Stickney_1

    A Chaotic Age: A Canonical Prophecy:
    Luigi Pirandello
    • Naked Masks_1

    1952; includes Liola: Commedia Campestre in Tre Atti [1916; Sicilian and Italian versions published the same year]; Così è, se Vi Pare! [1917]; Enrico IV [1922]; Sei Personaggi in Cerca d'Autore [1921]; Ciascuno a Suo Modo [1924]—Italian

  1209. Liola: Commedia Campestre in Tre Atti_1

  1210. 1916; Sicilian version published the same year—Italian

  1211. Così è, se Vi Pare!_1

  1212. It Is So! (If You Think So)


  1213. Sei Personaggi in Cerca d'Autore_4

  1214. Six Characters in Search of an Author

    *Ward* *Adler* *Bloom* *Recommended*

  1215. Enrico IV_1

  1216. Henry IV


  1217. Ciascuno a Suo Modo_1

  1218. Each in His Own way


  1219. Gabriele D'Annunzio

  1220. Maia_1
    Canto Amàbeo Della Guerra


  1221. Dino Campana

  1222. Canti Orfici: Die Tragödie des Letzten Germanen in Italien_1

    Umberto Saba
    • The Stories and Recollections of Umberto Saba_1


    • Poems_1

    Twentieth Century—Italian

  1223. Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa

  1224. Il Gattopardo_5
    The Leopard
    1958; Mallison ("Smart") specifies Archibald Colquhoun's English translation—Italian

    *Ward* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Zane* *Smart*

    Giuseppe Ungaretti
    • Selected Poems_1

    1971; English translations by Patrick Creagh—Italian

    • The Buried Harbour_1

    1990; English translations by Kevin Hart—Italian

    Eugenio Montale
  1225. La Bufera e Altro_1

  1226. The Storm and Other Things
    1956; expanded 1957—Italian


  1227. Le Occasioni_1

  1228. The Occasions


  1229. Ossi di Seppia_1

  1230. Cuttlefish Bones
    1925; expanded 1928—Italian


  1231. L'Opera in Versi_1

  1232. 1980; retitled Altri Versi e Poesie Disperse, 1981—Italian

    • The Second Life of Art: Selected Essays of Eugenio Montale_1


    • Salvatore Quasimodo

    The Selected Writings of Salvatore Quasimodo_1

    • Tommaso Landolfi

    Gogol's Wife and Other Stories_1

    Leonardo Sciascia
  1233. Il Giorno Della Civetta_1

  1234. 1961—Italian

  1235. Il Contesto_1

  1236. 1971—Italian

    • Il Mare Color del Vino_1

    The Wine-Dark Sea


    • Pier Paolo Pasolini

    1982; English translations by Norman MacAfee and Luciano Martinengo—Italian
    *Bloom* *Utne*

    Cesare Parese
  1237. Lavorare Stanca_1

  1238. Hard Labor
    1936; expanded 1943—Italian


  1239. Dialoghi con Leucò_1

  1240. 1947—Italian

    Primo Levi
  1241. Se Non Ora, Quando?_1

  1242. 1982—Italian

    • Collected Poems_1

    1988; English translations by Ruth Feldman and Brian Swann; includes L'Osteria di Brema [1975] and Ad Ora Certa [1984]—Italian

  1243. L'Osteria di Brema_1

  1244. Shema


  1245. Ad Ora Certa_1

  1246. 1984—Italian

  1247. Il Sistema Periodico_1

  1248. 1975—Italian

    Italo Svevo
  1249. La Coscienza di Zeno_3

  1250. Zeno's Conscience

    *Ward* *Bloom* *Norway*

  1251. Senilità_2

  1252. As a Man Grows Older

    *Ward* *Bloom*

  1253. Giorgio Bassani

  1254. L'Airone_1
    The Heron


  1255. Natalia Ginzburg

  1256. Famiglia_1

  1257. Elio Vittorini

  1258. Le Donne di Messina_1

  1259. Alberto Moravia

  1260. 1934_1

    Andrea Zanzotto
    • Selected Poetry of Andrea Zanzotto_1


    Italo Calvino
  1261. Le Città Invisibili_4

  1262. Invisible Cities

    *Bloom* *Trinity* *Dirda* *Zane*

  1263. Il Barone Rampante_3

  1264. The Baron in the Trees

    *Ward* *Bloom* *Trinity*

  1265. Se una Notte d'Inverno un Viaggiatore_5

  1266. If on a Winter's Night a Traveler

    *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Dirda* *Harvard* *Educated*

  1267. Ti Con Zero_1

  1268. t zero


    • Antonio Porta

    Kisses From Another Dream: Poems_1
    English translations by Anthony Molino—Italian

    Miguel de Unamuno
  1269. Tres Novelas Ejemplares y un Prólogo_1

  1270. 1920—Spanish

  1271. Vida de Don Quijote y Sancho_1

  1272. Our Lord Don Quixote


    • Antonio Machado

    Selected Poems_1
    1982; English translations by Alan S Trueblood—Spanish

  1273. Juan Ramón Jiménez

  1274. La Realidad Invisible (1917-1920, 1924): Libro Inedito_1

  1275. Pedro Salinas

  1276. La Voz a ti Debida_1
    My Voice Because of You


    • Jorge Guillén

    Guillén on Guillén: The Poetry and the Poet_1
    1979; English translations by Reginald Gibbons and Anthony L Geist—Spanish

    • Vicente Aleixandre

    A Longing for the Light: Selected Poems_1
    1979; English translations by Lewis Hyde—Spanish

    Federico García Lorca
    • The Selected Poems of Federico García Lorca_1

    1955; includes Llanto por Ignacio Sánchez Mejías [1935]; and selections from Libro de Poemas, 1921; Poema del Cante Jondo, published in part Apr. 1927 in Verso y Prosa and separately in 1930, in its entirety, 1931; Primeras Canciones, 1936; Canciones, 1927; Primer Romancero Gitano, 1928; Poeta en Nueva York, 1942; Seis Poemas Galegos, 1935; Diván del Tamarit, originally published 1940 in Revista Hispánica Moderna—Spanish

  1277. Llanto por Ignacio Sánchez Mejías_3

  1278. Lament for Ignacio Sánchez Mejías

    *Ward* *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  1279. Bodas de Sangre_2

  1280. Blood Wedding

    *Ward* *Bloom*

  1281. Yerma_2

  1282. 1934—Spanish
    *Ward* *Bloom*

  1283. La Casa de Bernarda Alba_2

  1284. The House of Bernarda Alba
    written 1936; published 1945—Spanish

    *Ward* *Bloom*

    • Rafael Alberti

    The Owl's Insomnia: Poems_1
    1973; English translations by Mark Strand—Spanish

    • Luis Cernuda

    Selected Poems of Luis Cernuda_1
    1977; English translations by Reginald Gibbons—Spanish

    • Miguel Hernández; Blas de Otero

    Selected Poems_1
    1972; edited by Timothy Baland and Hardie St. Martin; English translations of poems by both authors—Spanish

  1285. Camilo José Cela

  1286. La Colmena_1

    • Juan Goytisolo

    Space in Motion_1
    1987; includes the essays 'Sir Richard Burton, Peregrino y Sexólogo' and 'Flaubert en Oriente', part of Crónicas Sarracinas, 1982; 'Las Cruces de Yeste', 'El Museo Dillinger', 'Vivir in Turquía', 'La Chanca 20 Años Después in El Paí Berliner Chronik' and 'El Crimen Fue en Port-Bou', originally published in El País and SITES; 'Por Qué He Escogido Vivir en Paris', originally published in Voces and SITES; 'Modesta Proposición a las Príncipes de Nuestra Bella Sociedad de Consumo', originally published in Triunfo—Spanish

    • Carles Ribá

    Selected Poems_1

    • J V Foix

    When I Sleep, Then I See Clearly: Selected Poems of J V Foix_1
    1988; English translations by David H Rosenthal—Catalan

  1287. Mercè Rodoreda

  1288. La Plaça del Diamant_2
    The Time of the Doves

    *Bloom* *Zane*

    • Pere Gimferrer

    Selected Poems_1

    • Salvador Espriú

    La Pell de Brau: Poems_1
    English translations by Burton Raffel—Catalan

    Fernando Pessoa
  1289. O Guardador de Rebanhos_1

  1290. written 1914—Portuguese

    • Poems of Fernando Pessoa_1

    1986; English translations by Edwin Honig and Susan M Brown—Portuguese

    • Selected Poems_1

    1971; English translations by Peter Rickard—Portuguese

    • Always Astonished: Selected Prose_1

    1988; English translations by Edwin Honig—Portuguese

  1291. Livro do Desassossego: Composto por Bernardo Soares, Ajudante de Guarda-Livros na Cidade de Lisboa_2

  1292. The Book of Disquiet

    *Bloom* *Norway*

    • Jorge de Sena

    Selected Poems_1

  1293. José Saramago

  1294. Memorial do Convento_1
    Baltasar and Blimunda


  1295. José Cardoso Pires

  1296. Balada da Praia dos Cães_1
    Ballad of Dogs' Beach: Dossier of a Crime


    • Sophia de Mello Breyner

    Selected Poems_1

    • Eugénio de Andrade

    Selected Poems_1

    Anatole France
  1297. L'Île des Pingouins_4

  1298. 1908—French
    *Durant* *Hundred* *Magill* *Bloom*

  1299. Thaïs_1

  1300. 1890—French

  1301. Alain-Fournier

  1302. Le Grand Meaulnes_1

  1303. Marcel Proust

  1304. À la Recherche du Temps Perdu_17
    In Search of Lost Time; In Remembrance of Things Past
    originally published in seven volumes, two of which originally published as two books each, 1913-27—French

    *Classics* *France* *Read* *List* *Ward* *Magill* *Good* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Trinity* *Utne* *Norway* *Zane* *GlobeMail* *Telegraph* *Newman*

    André Gide
  1305. L'Immoraliste_1

  1306. 1902—French

  1307. Corydon_1

  1308. published in part, 1911-20; in its entirety, 1924—French

  1309. Les Caves du Vatican_1

  1310. Lafcadio's Adventures


  1311. Les Faux-Monnayeurs_3

  1312. originally published 1925 in Nouvelle Revue Française—French
    *Bloom* *Recommended* *Trinity*

  1313. Journal_2

  1314. originally published in two volumes, 1939 and 1950—French
    *France* *Bloom*

    • The Collected Stories of Colette_1


  1315. La Retraite Sentimentale_1

  1316. 1907—French

  1317. Georges Bataille

  1318. Le Bleu du Ciel_1
    Blue of Noon
    1957; written 1935—French


  1319. Louis-Ferdinand Céline

  1320. Voyage au Bout de la Nuit_4
    Journey to the End of Night

    *Bloom* *Norway* *Dirda* *Deposit*

  1321. René Daumal

  1322. Le Mont Analogue. Roman d'Aventures Alpines, Non Euclidiennes et Symboliquement Authentiques_1
    Mount Analogue: A Novel of Symbolically Authentic Non-Euclidean Adventures in Mountain Climbing


    Jean Genet
  1323. Notre Dame des Fleurs_1

  1324. Our Lady of the Flowers


  1325. Journal du Voleur_1

  1326. The Thief's Journal


  1327. Le Balcon_1

  1328. The Balcony


    Jean Giraudoux
    • Four Plays_1

    includes The Madwoman of Chaillot; The Apollo of Bellac; The Enchanted; Ondine—French

  1329. La Folle de Chaillot_1

  1330. The Madwoman of Chaillot


  1331. L'Apollon de Bellac_1

  1332. The Apollo of Bellac


  1333. Intermezzo_1

  1334. The Enchanted


  1335. Ondine_1

  1336. 1939—French

    Alfred Jarry
    • Selected Works of Alfred Jarry_1

    1965; includes Ubu Cocu, ou l'Archeopteryz [written 1897; published 1943]; Gestes et Opinions du Docteur Faustroll, Pataphyscien [1911]; selections from Les Jours et les Nuits, Roman d'un Déserteur, 1897; Messaline, 1901; Almanach Illustré du Père Ubu, 1901; and other essays and poems—French

  1337. Ubu Cocu, ou l'Archeopteryz_1

  1338. written 1897; published 1943—French

  1339. Gestes et Opinions du Docteur Faustroll, Pataphyscien_1

  1340. 1911—French

    Jean Cocteau
    • The Infernal Machine and Other Plays_1

    includes The Infernal Machine—French

  1341. La Machine Infernale_1

  1342. 1934—French

    • Guillaume Apollinaire

    Selected Writings of Guillaume Apollinaire_1
    1971; English translations by Roger Shattuck—French

    André Breton
    • Poems of André Breton: A Bilingual Anthology_1

    1982; English translations by Jean-Pierre Cauvin and Mary Ann Caws; includes L’Union Libre [1931]; Fata Morgana [1941]; selections from Mont de Piété, 1919; Clair de Terre, 1923; Poisson Soluble, 1924; L’Union Libre, 1931; Le Revolver à Cheveux Blancs, 1932; L’Air de l’Eau, 1934; Poèmes 1919-48, 1948; Constellations, 1959; Le La, 1961—French

  1343. L'Union Libre_1

  1344. 1931—French

  1345. Fata Morgana_1

  1346. 1941—French

    • Manifestoes of Surrealism_1

    1969; translations by Richard Seaver and Helen R Lane—French

  1347. Le Manifeste du Surréalisme_2

  1348. 1924—French
    *Bloom* *Newman*

    • Paul Valéry

    Selected Writings of Paul Valéry_1

    • René Char

    Poems of René Char_1
    1976; English translations by Mary Ann Caws and Jonathan Griffin; selections from Le Marteau Sans Maître, 1934; Dehors la Nuit Est Gouvernée, 1938; Placard Pour un Chemin des Écoliers, 1938; Fureur et Mystère, 1948; Les Matinaux, 1950; Recherche de la Base et du Sommet, 1955; La Parole en Archipel, 1962; Le Nu Perdu, 1972; La Nuit Talismanique, 1972—French

    • Paul Éluard

    Selected Poems_1
    1987; English translations by Gilbert Bowen—French

    • Louis Aragon

    Selected Poems_1

  1349. Jean Giono

  1350. Le Hussard sur le Toit_1
    The Horseman on the Roof


  1351. Michel Leiris

  1352. L'Âge d'Homme_1

  1353. Raymond Radiguet

  1354. Le Bal du Comte d'Orgel_1
    Count of d'Orgel's Ball


    Jean-Paul Sartre
  1355. Huis Clos_6

  1356. No Exit

    *Read* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Trinity* *Educated*

  1357. La Nausée_7

  1358. Nausea

    *Read* *Ward* *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Trinity* *Graphic*

  1359. Saint Genet, Comédien et Martyr_1

  1360. 1952—French

  1361. Les Mots_2

  1362. 1964—French
    *Ward* *Bloom*

  1363. L'Idiot de la Famille: Gustave Flaubert de 1821 à 1857_1

  1364. 1971-72—French

  1365. Simone de Beauvoir

  1366. Le Deuxième Sexe_7
    The Second Sex
    published in part serially in Les Temps Modernes; in its entirety in two volumes, 1949—French

    *Good* *Bloom* *Fadiman* *SeymourSmith* *Utne* *Great* *Taylor*

    Albert Camus
  1367. L'Étranger_14

  1368. The Stranger

    *Ward* *Van Doren* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Trinity* *Campbell* *Norway* *Great* *Zane* *Harvard* *Graphic* *Deposit* *Educated*

  1369. La Peste_8

  1370. The Plague

    *Ward* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Trinity* *Campbell*

  1371. La Chute_3

  1372. The Fall

    *Ward* *Bloom* *Recommended*

  1373. L'Homme Révolté_2

  1374. The Rebel

    *Bloom* *Recommended*

    • Henri Michax

    Selected Writings_1
    English translations by Richard Ellmann—French

    Edmond Jabès
  1375. Le Livre des Questions_1

  1376. The Book of Questions
    originally published in seven volumes, 1963-73—French


    • Selected Poems_1

    English translations by Keith Waldrop—French

    Saint-John Perse
  1377. Anabase_2

  1378. 1924—French
    *Ward* *Bloom*

  1379. Oiseaux_2

  1380. 1963—French
    *Ward* *Bloom*

    • Exile and Other Poems_1

    English translations by Dennis Devlin—French

  1381. Exil_2

  1382. 1942—French
    *Ward* *Bloom*

    • Pierre Reverdy

    Selected Poems_1
    1991; English translations by John Ashbery, Mary Ann Caws, and Patricia Terry; selections from Poèmes en Prose, 1915; Le Cadran Quadrillé, 1915; Les Adroises du Toit, 1918; Étoiles Peintes, 1921; Cravates de Chanure, 1922; Grande Nature, 1925; La Balle au Bond, 1928; Flaques de Verre, 1929; Sources du Vent, 1929; Pierres Blanches, 1930; Ferraille, 1937; La Liberté des Mers, originally published 1960 as part of the author's complete works—French

    Tristan Tzara
    • Seven Dada Manifestos and Lampisteries_1

    1977; English translations by Barbara Wright—French

    • Max Jacob

    Selected Poems_1

    • Pierre-Jean Jouve

    Selected Poems_1

    • Francis Ponge

    Things: Selected Writings_1
    English translations by Cid Corman—French

  1383. Jacques Prévert

  1384. Paroles_1

    • Philippe Jaccottet

    Selected Poems_1
    English translations by Derek Mahon—French

  1385. Charles Péguy

  1386. Le Mystère de la Charité de Jeanne d'Arc_1

    • Benjamin Péret

    Selected Poems_1

    André Malraux
  1387. Les Conquérants_1

  1388. 1928—French

  1389. La Voie Royale_1

  1390. 1930—French

  1391. La Condition Humaine_5

  1392. Man's Fate

    *France* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Dirda*

  1393. L'Espoir_2

  1394. Man's Hope

    *Bloom* *Dirda*

  1395. Les Voix du silence_2

  1396. 1951—French
    *Bloom* *Dirda*

    François Mauriac
  1397. Le Désert de l'Amour_1

  1398. 1925—French

  1399. Thérèse Desqueyroux_1

  1400. 1927—French

  1401. La Pharisienne_1

  1402. 1941—French

    Jean Anouilh
  1403. Eurydice_1

  1404. 1942—French

  1405. Antigone_1

  1406. 1944—French

  1407. La Répétition_1

  1408. 1950—French

  1409. Becket ou l'Honneur de Dieu_1

  1410. 1959—French

    Eugène Ionesco
  1411. La Cantatrice Chauve_1

  1412. 1951—French

  1413. Les Chaises_1

  1414. 1952—French

  1415. Le Leçon_1

  1416. 1951—French

  1417. Amédée ou Comment s'en Débarrasser_1

  1418. 1954—French

  1419. Victimes du Devoir_1

  1420. 1953—French

  1421. Rhinocéros_2

  1422. 1959—French
    *Bloom* *Trinity*

  1423. Maurice Blanchot

  1424. Thomas l'Obscur_1
    Thomas the Obscure


    Pierre Klossowski
  1425. Roberte ce Soir_1

  1426. 1954—French

  1427. La Révocation de l'Édit de Nantes_1

  1428. 1959—French

  1429. Le Souffleur_1

  1430. 1960—French

  1431. Le Baphomet_1

  1432. 1965—French

    Raymond Roussel
  1433. Locus Solus_1

  1434. 1914—French

    Antonin Artaud
    • Selected Writings_1

    1976; English translations by Helen Weaver; includes L’Ombilic des Limbes [originally published as part of Une Oeuvre, Un Portrait, 1925]; Van Gogh le Suicidé de la Société [1947]; Ci-gît, Précédé de la Culture Indienne [1947]; Pour en Finir Avec la Jugement de Dieu [radio play; 1948]; selections from Tric Trac du Ciel, 1923; L’Art et la Mort, 1929; Héliogabale, ou l’Anarchiste Couronné, 1934; Les Nouvelles Révélations d l’Etre, 1937; Le Théâtre et Son Double, 1938; D'un Voyage au Pays des Tarahumaras, 1947; and additional essays, correspondence, poems, and other texts originally published in periodicals or the author's Oeuvres Complètes, 1956-76—French

  1435. L’Ombilic des Limbes_1

  1436. The Umbilicus of Limbo
    originally published as part of Une Oeuvre, Un Portrait, 1925—French


  1437. Van Gogh le Suicidé de la Société_1

  1438. 1947—French

  1439. Ci-gît, Précédé de la Culture Indienne_1

  1440. 1947—French

  1441. Pour en Finir Avec la Jugement de Dieu_1

  1442. radio play; 1948—French

  1443. Claude Lévi-Strauss

  1444. Tristes Tropiques_2
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

    Alain Robbe-Grillet
  1445. Le Voyeur_1

  1446. 1955—French

  1447. La Jalousie_1

  1448. 1957—French

  1449. Dans le Labyrinthe_1

  1450. 1959—French

  1451. Les Gommes_1

  1452. 1953—French

  1453. Pour un Nouveau Roman_1

  1454. 1963; originally published serially 1955-63—French

  1455. Projet pour une Révolution à New York _1

  1456. 1970—French

    Nathalie Sarraute
  1457. L'Usage de la Parole_1

  1458. 1980—French

  1459. Le Planetarium_1

  1460. 1959—French

    Claude Simon
  1461. L'Herbe_1

  1462. 1958—French

  1463. Le Vent: Tentative de Restitution d'un Rétable Baroque_1

  1464. 1957—French

  1465. La Route des Flandres_1

  1466. 1960—French

    Marguerite Duras
  1467. L'Amant_1

  1468. 1984—French

    • Four Novels by Marguerite Duras_1

    1965; includes Le Square [1955]; Moderato Cantabile [1958]; Dix Heures et Demie du Soir en Été [1960]; L'Après-Midi de M. Andesmas [1964]—French

  1469. Le Square_1

  1470. 1955—French

  1471. Moderato Cantabile_1

  1472. 1958—French

  1473. Dix Heures et Demie du Soir en Été_1

  1474. 1960—French

  1475. L'Après-Midi de M. Andesmas_1

  1476. 1964—French

    Robert Pinget
  1477. Fable_1

  1478. 1971—French

  1479. Le Libera_1

  1480. 1968—French

  1481. Cette Voix_1

  1482. 1975—French

    Michel Tournier
  1483. Le Roi des Aulnes_1

  1484. The Ogre


  1485. Vendredi ou les Limbes du Pacifique_1

  1486. Friday


    Marguerite Yourcenar
  1487. Le Coup de Grâce_1

  1488. 1939—French

  1489. Les Mémoires d'Hadrien_2

  1490. The Memoirs of Hadrian

    *Bloom* *Norway*

    Jean Follain
    • Transparence of the World: Poems_1

    English translations by W S Merwin—French

  1491. Yves Bonnefoy

  1492. Pierre è Crite_1
    Words in Stone


    Great Britain and Ireland:
    William Butler Yeats
    • The Collected Poems of W B Yeats_5

    1933; expanded 1950; revised 1956; includes The Wind Among the Reeds [1899]; The Shadowy Waters [originally published May 1900 in the North American Review; revised for inclusion in Poems, 1899-1905; theatrical version published separately 1906; both versions included here]; Michael Robartes and the Dancer [1921]; The Tower [1928]; The Winding Stair [1929]; Words for Music Perhaps and Other Poems [1932]; New Poems [1938]; selections from The Wanderings of Oisin and Other Poems, 1889; The Countess Kathleen and Various Legends and Lyrics, 1892; In the Seven Woods: Being Poems Chiefly of the Irish Heroic Age, 1904; The Green Helmet and Other Poems, 1910; Responsibilities, 1914; The Wild Swans at Coole, Other Verses and a Play in Verse, 1917, expanded 1919; A Full Moon in March, 1935; and Last Poems and Two Plays, 1939—English
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Trinity* *GlobeMail* *Telegraph*

  1493. The Wind Among the Reeds_6

  1494. 1899—English
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Trinity* *GlobeMail* *Telegraph*

  1495. The Shadowy Waters_6

  1496. 1900; originally published May 1900 in the North American Review; revised for inclusion in Poems, 1899-1905; theatrical version published separately 1906; both versions included in the author's collected poems—English
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Trinity* *GlobeMail* *Telegraph*

  1497. Michael Robartes and the Dancer_6

  1498. 1920—English
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Trinity* *GlobeMail* *Telegraph*

  1499. The Tower_6

  1500. 1928; originally published as Seven Poems and a Fragment, 1922; The Cat and the Moon, 1924; and October Blast, 1927—English
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Trinity* *GlobeMail* *Telegraph*

  1501. The Winding Stair_6

  1502. 1929—English
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Trinity* *GlobeMail* *Telegraph*

  1503. Words for Music Perhaps and Other Poems_7

  1504. 1932—English
    *Ward* *Van Doren* *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Trinity* *GlobeMail* *Telegraph*

  1505. New Poems_6

  1506. 1938—English
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Trinity* *GlobeMail* *Telegraph*

    • Collected Plays_2

    1934; expanded 1953; includes The Countess Cathleen [originally entitled The Countess Kathleen, part of The Countess Kathleen and Various Legends and Lyrics, 1892; retitled and revised 1911]; The Land of Heart’s Desire [1894]; Cathleen Ni Houlihan [originally performed 1902; published in part May 1902 in the United Irishman and Oct. 1902 in Samhain; in its entirety as part of The Hour-Glass, Cathleen Ni Houlihan, The Pot of Broth, 1904; revised 1906]; The Pot of Broth [originally published as part of The Hour-Glass, Cathleen Ni Houlihan, The Pot of Broth, 1904; revised 1905]; The King’s Threshold [1903; revised for inclusion in Poems, 1899-1905, 1906; revised 1911]; The Shadowy Waters [originally published May 1900 in the North American Review; included in The Shadowy Waters, 1900; revised for inclusion in Poems, 1899-1905; theatrical version published separately 1906; both versions included in the author's collected poems]; Deirdre [published as part of 'The Entrance of Deirdre' in Poems, 1899-1905, 1906; published separately 1907; revised 1911]; At the Hawk’s Well [part of The Wild Swans at Coole, Other Verses and a Play in Verse, 1917; included in Four Plays for Dancers, 1921]; The Green Helmet [1908; included in The Green Helmet and Other Poems, 1910; revised 1911]; On Baile's Strand [part of In the Seven Woods: Being Poems Chiefly of the Irish Heroic Age, 1903; revised for inclusion in Poems, 1899-1905, 1906; revised 1907]; The Only Jealousy of Emer [part of Two Plays for Dancers, 1919, and its expanded version, Four Plays for Dancers, 1921]; The Hour-Glass [part of The Hour-Glass, Cathleen Ni Houlihan, The Pot of Broth, 1904; revised 1907; revised for inclusion in Responsibilties [1914]; The Unicorn From the Stars [1908]; The Player Queen [1922]; The Dreaming of the Bones [originally published Jan. 1919 in the Little Review; included in Two Plays for Dancers, 1919, and its expanded version, Four Plays for Dancers, 1921]; Calvary [part of Four Plays for Dancers, 1921]; The Cat and the Moon [part of The Cat and the Moon and Certain Poems, 1924]; Sophocles’ King Oedipus; Sophocles’ Oedipus at Colonus; The Resurrection [originally published 1927 in the Adelphi; originally performed 1934]; The Words Upon the Window-Pane [1930]; A Full Moon in March [1935]; The King of the Great Clock Tower [part of The King of the Great Clock Tower, Commentaries and Poems, 1934]; The Herne’s Egg [1938]; Purgatory [part of Last Poems and Two Plays, 1939]; The Death of Cuchulain [part of Last Poems and Two Plays, 1939]—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  1507. The Countess Cathleen_2

  1508. originally entitled The Countess Kathleen, part of The Countess Kathleen and Various Legends and Lyrics, 1892; retitled and revised 1911—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  1509. The Land of Heart's Desire_2

  1510. 1894—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  1511. Cathleen Ni Houlihan_2

  1512. originally performed 1902; published in part May 1902 in the United Irishman and Oct. 1902 in Samhain; in its entirety as part of The Hour-Glass, Cathleen Ni Houlihan, The Pot of Broth, 1904; revised 1906—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  1513. The Pot of Broth_2

  1514. originally published as part of The Hour-Glass, Cathleen Ni Houlihan, The Pot of Broth, 1904; revised 1905—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  1515. The King's Threshold_2

  1516. 1903; revised for inclusion in Poems, 1899-1905, 1906; revised 1911—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  1517. Deirdre_2

  1518. published as part of 'The Entrance of Deirdre' in Poems, 1899-1905, 1906; published separately 1907; revised 1911—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  1519. The Green Helmet_2

  1520. 1908; included in The Green Helmet and Other Poems, 1910; revised 1911—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  1521. On Baile's Strand_2

  1522. part of In the Seven Woods: Being Poems Chiefly of the Irish Heroic Age, 1903; revised for inclusion in Poems, 1899-1905, 1906; revised 1907—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  1523. The Only Jealousy of Emer_2

  1524. part of Two Plays for Dancers, 1919, and its expanded version, Four Plays for Dancers, 1921—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  1525. The Hour-Glass: A Morality_2

  1526. part of The Hour-Glass, Cathleen Ni Houlihan, The Pot of Broth, 1904; revised 1907; revised for inclusion in Responsibilties [1914]—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  1527. The Unicorn From the Stars_2

  1528. 1908—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  1529. The Player Queen_2

  1530. 1922—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  1531. The Dreaming of the Bones_3

  1532. originally published Jan. 1919 in the Little Review; and as part of Two Plays for Dancers, 1919, and its expanded version, Four Plays for Dancers, 1921—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Graphic*

  1533. The Cat and the Moon_2

  1534. part of The Cat and the Moon and Certain Poems, 1924—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  1535. The Resurrection_2

  1536. originally published 1927 in the Adelphi; originally performed 1934—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  1537. The Words Upon the Window Pane_2

  1538. 1930—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  1539. A Full Moon in March_2

  1540. 1935—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  1541. The King of the Great Clock Tower_2

  1542. part of The King of the Great Clock Tower, Commentaries and Poems, 1934—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  1543. The Herne's Egg_2

  1544. 1938—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  1545. A Vision: An Explanation of Life Founded Upon the Writings of Giraldus and Upon Certain Doctrines Attributed to Kusta Ben Luka_2

  1546. 1925; revised 1937—English
    *Ward* *Bloom*

    • Mythologies_1

    1959; includes The Celtic Twilight. Men and Women, Dhouls and Faeries [1893; expanded 1902; included in The Celtic Twilight and Stories of Red Hanrahan, 1908; revised for inclusion in Early Poems and Stories, 1925]; The Secret Rose [1897; revised for inclusion in The Secret Rose. Rosa Alchemica. The Tables of the Law. The Adoration of the Magi. John Sherman and Dhoya, 1908; revised for inclusion in Early Poems and Stories, 1925—essentially the original Secret Rose was split in two, creating Red Hanrahan]; Stories of Red Hanrahan [1905; revisions of stories from The Secret Rose; revised for inclusion in The Celtic Twilight and Stories of Red Hanrahan, 1908]; The Tables of the Law and the Adoration of the Magi [1904; revised for inclusion in Early Poems and Stories, 1925]; Per Amica Silentia Lunae [1918]—English

  1547. The Celtic Twilight_1

  1548. originally entitled The Celtic Twilight. Men and Women, Dhouls and Faeries, published 1893; expanded 1902; revised for inclusion in Early Poems and Stories, 1925; included in Mythologies, 1959—English

  1549. The Secret Rose_1

  1550. 1897; revised for inclusion in The Secret Rose. Rosa Alchemica. The Tables of the Law. The Adoration of the Magi. John Sherman and Dhoya, 1908; revised for inclusion in Early Poems and Stories, 1925; included in Mythologies, 1959—English

  1551. The Tables of the Law and the Adoration of the Magi_1

  1552. 1904; revised for inclusion in Early Poems and Stories, 1925; included in Mythologies, 1959—English

  1553. Stories of Red Hanrahan_1

  1554. 1905; revisions of stories from The Secret Rose; revised for inclusion in The Celtic Twilight and Stories of Red Hanrahan, 1908; included in Mythologies, 1959—English

  1555. Per Amica Silentia Lunae_1

  1556. 1918; included in Mythologies, 1959—English

    George Bernard Shaw
    • Major Critical Essays_1

    1930; includes The Quintessene of Isbenism [1892]; The Perfect Wagnerite [1898]; Sanity of Art: An Exposure of the Current Nonsense About Artists Being Degenerate [1908]—English

  1557. The Quintessene of Isbenism_1

  1558. 1892; edited 1890 lecture—English

  1559. The Perfect Wagnerite_1

  1560. 1898; expanded 1907—English

  1561. Sanity of Art: An Exposure of the Current Nonsense About Artists Being Degenerate_2

  1562. 1908—English
    *Classics* *Bloom*

  1563. Heartbreak House_3

  1564. 1919—English
    *Classics* *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  1565. Pygmalion_7

  1566. 1913—English
    *Powys* *Read* *Van Doren* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Trinity*

  1567. Saint Joan_8

  1568. 1923—English
    *Read* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Adler* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Educated*

  1569. Major Barbara_4

  1570. 1905—English
    *Read* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman*

  1571. Back to Methusela_2

  1572. 1921—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

    John Millington Synge
  1573. In the Shadows of the Glen_1

  1574. 1903—English

  1575. Riders to the Sea_2

  1576. 1904—English
    *Ward* *Bloom*

  1577. The Well of the Saints_1

  1578. 1905—English

  1579. The Playboy of the Western World_5

  1580. 1907—English
    *Ward* *Van Doren* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Trinity*

  1581. The Tinker's Wedding_1

  1582. 1909—English

  1583. Deirdre of the Sorrows_1

  1584. 1910—English

    Sean O'Casey
  1585. Juno and the Paycock_2

  1586. 1924—English
    *Ward* *Bloom*

  1587. The Plough and the Stars_2

  1588. 1926—English
    *Ward* *Bloom*

  1589. The Shadow of a Gunman_2

  1590. 1923—English
    *Ward* *Bloom*

  1591. George Douglas Brown

  1592. The House With the Green Shutters_1

    Thomas Hardy
  1593. The Well-Beloved_1

  1594. 1892; revised 1897—English

  1595. The Woodlanders_2

  1596. originally published serially May 1886-Apr. 1887 in Macmillan's Magazine—English
    *Classics* *Bloom*

  1597. The Return of the Native_8

  1598. originally published serially Jan.-Dec. 1878 in Belgravia, the Magazine of Fashion and Amusement—English
    *Powys* *Classics* *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Campbell* *Newman* *Educated*

  1599. The Mayor of Casterbridge: The Life and Death of a Man of Character_6

  1600. 1886—English
    *Powys* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Campbell* *Newman*

  1601. Far From the Madding Crowd_5

  1602. originally anonymously published serially Jan.-Dec. 1874 in Cornhill Magazine; revised 1895 and 1901—English
    *Powys* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Guardian* *Newman*

  1603. Tess of the d'Urbervilles: A Pure Woman Faithfully Presented_13

  1604. published in part serially Jul.-Dec. 1891 in the Graphic—English
    *Powys* *Hundred* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Good* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Campbell* *Guardian* *Zane* *Telegraph* *Deposit* *Newman*

  1605. Jude the Obscure_7

  1606. originally published serially Dec. 1894-Nov. 1895 in Harper's New Monthly Magazine—English
    *Ward* *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Great* *Guardian* *Smart*

    • Collected Poems_1

    1919; expanded 1923, 1928, and 1930; incl. Wessex Poems and Other Verses [1898]; Poems of the Past and Present [1901]; Time’s Laughingstock and Other Verses [1909]; Satires of Circumstance: Lyrics and Reveries With Miscellaneous Pieces [1914]; Moments of Vision and Miscellaneous Verses [1917]; Late Lyrics and Earlier With Many Other Verses [1922]; Human Shows, Far Phantasies, Songs, and Trifles [1925]; Winter Words in Various Moods and Metres [1928]—English

  1607. Wessex Poems and Other Verses_2

  1608. 1898—English
    *Powys* *Bloom*

  1609. Poems of the Past and Present_1

  1610. 1901—English

  1611. The Dynasts_3

  1612. originally published in three volumes: 1904, 1906, and 1908—English
    *Classics* *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  1613. Time's Laughingstock and Other Verses_1

  1614. 1909—English

  1615. Satires of Circumstance: Lyrics and Reveries With Miscellaneous Pieces_1

  1616. 1914—English

  1617. Moments of Vision and Miscellaneous Verses_1

  1618. 1917—English

  1619. Late Lyrics and Earlier With Many Other Verses_2

  1620. 1922—English
    *Classics* *Bloom*

  1621. Human Shows, Far Phantasies, Songs, and Trifles_1

  1622. 1925—English

  1623. Winter Words in Various Moods and Metres_1

  1624. 1925—English

    Rudyard Kipling
  1625. Kim_6

  1626. originally published serially Dec. 1900-Oct. 1901 in McClure's and Jan. 1901-Oct. 1901 in Cassell's—English
    *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Kanigel* *Dirda* *Newman*

    • Collected Stories_1

    1994; mostly originally published in periodicals; selections from the anthologies: Plain Tales From the Hills, 1888; In Black and White, 1888; Under the Deodars, 1888; The Phantom 'Rickshaw and Other Eerie Tales, 1888; Wee Willie Winkie and Other Child Stories, 1888; Life's Handicap, 1891; Many Inventions, 1893; The Day's Work, 1898; Stalky and Co., 1899; Traffics and Discoveries, 1904; Puck of Pock's Hill, 1906; A Diversity of Creatures, 1917; Actions and Reactions, 1909; Debits and Credits, 1926; Limits and Renewals, 1932; plus one story only included in the Sussex edition of the author's complete works—English

  1627. The Puck of Pock's Hill_1

  1628. 1906—English

    • Complete Verse_1

    includes all, or nearly all, of Departmental Ditties and Other Verses [1886]; Barrack-Room Ballads and Other Verses [1892]; The Seven Seas [1896]; The Five Nations [1903]; plus poems from other books or uncollected in book form—English

  1629. Departmental Ditties and Other Verses_1

  1630. 1886—English

  1631. Barrack-Room Ballads and Other Verses_1

  1632. 1892—English

  1633. The Seven Seas_1

  1634. 1896—English

  1635. The Five Nations_1

  1636. 1903—English

    A E Housman
    • Collected Poems_1

    1939; includes A Shropshire Lad [1896]; Last Poems [1922]; More Poems [1936]; 18 poems originally published as part of Laurence Houman's My Brother: A E Housman, 1937; three translations originally published as part of Odes From the Greek Dramatists, 1890; and five new poems—English

  1637. A Shropshire Lad_1

  1638. 1896—English

  1639. Last Poems_1

  1640. 1922—English

  1641. More Poems_1

  1642. 1936—English

    Max Beerbohm
  1643. Zuleika Dobson; or, An Oxford Love Story_2

  1644. 1911—English
    *Bloom* *Dirda*

  1645. Seven Men_2

  1646. 1919; second edition, entitled Seven Men, and Two Others, 1950
    *Bloom* *Dirda*

    Joseph Conrad
  1647. Lord Jim_6

  1648. originally published serially Oct. 1899-Nov. 1900 in Blackwood's Magazine—English
    *Powys* *France* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Campbell* *Newman*

  1649. The Secret Agent: A Simple Tale_2

  1650. 1907—English
    *Ward* *Bloom*

  1651. Nostromo_5

  1652. originally published serially 1904 in T P's Weekly—English
    *Magill* *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Norway* *Newman*

  1653. Under Western Skies_2

  1654. 1911—English
    *Ward* *Bloom*

  1655. Victory_2

  1656. 1915—English
    *Powys* *Bloom*

    Ronald Firbank
  1657. Five Novels_1

  1658. 1949; includes Valmouth [1919]; The Flower Beneath The Foot: Being a Record of the Early Life of St. Laura De Nazianzi and the Times in Which She Lived [1923]; Sorrow in Sunlight [1924; published in the U S as Prancing Nigger]; Concerning the Eccentricities of Cardinal Pirelli [1926]; The Artificial Princess [1934]—English

  1659. Valmouth_1

  1660. 1919—English

  1661. The Flower Beneath The Foot: Being a Record of the Early Life of St. Laura De Nazianzi and the Times in which She Lived_1

  1662. 1923—English

  1663. Sorrow in Sunlight_1

  1664. 1924; U S edition entitled Prancing Nigger—English

  1665. Concerning the Eccentricities of Cardinal Pirelli_1

  1666. 1926—English

  1667. The Artificial Princess_1

  1668. 1934—English

    Ford Madox Ford
  1669. Parade's End_4

  1670. originally published in four volumes: Some Do Not..., 1924; No More Parades, 1925; A Man Could Stand Up, 1926; Last Post, 1928—English
    *Rexroth* *List* *Bloom* *Zane*

  1671. The Good Soldier_4

  1672. 1915—English
    *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Zane*

    W Somerset Maugham
    • Collected Short Stories_1

    1977; mostly originally published in periodicals; includes the entirety of the anthologies: Six Stories Written in the First Person Singular, 1931; Ah King, 1933; Cosmopolitans: Very Short Stories, 1936; The Mixture as Before, 1940; Creatures of Circumstance, 1947; nearly all of The Trembling of a Leaf, 1921; and The Casuarina Tree, 1926; selections from Ashenden: or The British Agent, 1928; 'Princess September' from Princess September and the Nightingale, 1939; plus 'The Taipan', 'The Consul', 'Mabel', 'Masterson', and 'A Marriage of Convenience'—English

  1673. The Moon and Sixpence_1

  1674. 1919—English

    John Cowper Powys
  1675. Wolf Solent_1

  1676. 1929—English

  1677. A Glastonbury Romance_1

  1678. 1933—English

    • Saki

    The Short Stories of Saki (H. H. Munro)_1
    1983; includes the anthologies: Reginald, 1904—stories originally published in the Westminster Gazette; Reginald in Russia, 1910—'The Baker’s Dozen' originally published in the Journal of the Leinster Regiment, the remainder in the Westminster Gazette; The Chronicles of Clovis, 1911—'The Background' originally published in Leinsters' Magazine, 'The Stampeding of Lady Bastable' in the Daily Mail, 'Mrs. Packletide’s Tiger', 'The Chaplet', 'The Peace Offering', 'Filboid Studge', and a shorter version of 'Ministers of Grace' in the Bystander, 'The Music on the Hill', 'The Story of St. Vespaluus', 'The Secret Sin of Septimus Brope', 'The Remoulding of Groby Lington', and 'The Way to the Dairy' previously unpublished, the remainder originally published in the Westminster Gazette; Beasts and Super-Beasts, 1914—'The Open Window', 'The Schartz-Metterklume Method', and 'Clovis on Parental Responsibilties' originally published in the Westminster Gazette, 'The Elk' in the Bystander, the remainder in the Morning Post]; The Toys of Peace, 1919—some stories originally published in the Morning Post, the Westminster Gazette, and the Bystander; and The Square Egg and Other Sketches, 1924—some stories originally published in the Morning Post, the Westminster Gazette, and the Bystander—English

    • H G Wells

    "The science fiction novels"_1
    late Nineteenth-early Twentieth centuries—English

  1679. David Lindsay

  1680. A Voyage to Arcturus_1

  1681. Arnold Bennett

  1682. The Old Wives' Tale_4
    *Powys* *Hundred* *Magill* *Bloom*

    Walter De la Mare
    • Collected Poems_1

    1979; includes Poems [1906]; The Listeners and Other Poems [1912]; Motley and Other Poems [1918]; The Veil and Other Poems [1921]; The Fleeting and Other Poems [1933]; Memory and Other Poems [1938]; The Burning-Glass and Other Poems [1945]; The Traveller [1945]; Inward Companion [1950]; Winged Chariot [1951]; O Lovely England and Other Poems [1953]; and selections from Poems 1919-1934, 1935—English

  1683. Poems_1

  1684. 1906—English

  1685. The Listeners and Other Poems_1

  1686. 1912—English

  1687. Motley and Other Poems_1

  1688. 1918—English

  1689. The Veil and Other Poems_1

  1690. 1921—English

  1691. The Fleeting and Other Poems_1

  1692. 1933—English

  1693. Memory and Other Poems_1

  1694. 1938—English

  1695. The Burning-Glass and Other Poems_1

  1696. 1945—English

  1697. The Traveller_1

  1698. 1945—English

  1699. Inward Companion_1

  1700. 1950—English

  1701. Winged Chariot_1

  1702. 1951—English

  1703. O Lovely England and Other Poems_1

  1704. 1953—English

  1705. Memoirs of a Midget_2

  1706. 1921—English
    *Bloom* *Dirda*

  1707. Wilfred Owen

  1708. Poems_3
    1920; four poems previously published; 'Memoir' by Edmund Blunden added for 1931 edition; revised 1933; retitled The Collected Poems of Wilfred Owen, 1963, with a new introduction and notes by C Day Lewis plus four drafts of 'Anthem for Doomed Youth' and an unfinished poem, 'Wild With All Regrets'—English
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Taylor*

    • Isaac Rosenberg

    The Collected Poems of Isaac Rosenberg_1
    1949; originally published 1937 as part of The Collected Works of Isaac Rosenberg—English

    • Edward Thomas

    The Collected Poems of Edward Thomas_1

    Robert Graves
    • Collected Poems 1975_2

    1975; U S edition entitled New Collected Poems; includes the entirety, or nearly all, of New Poems 1962 [1962]; Man Does, Woman Is [1964]; Love Respelt [1965]; Seventeen Poems Missing From 'Love Respelt' [1966]; Colophon to 'Love Respelt' [1967]; Poems 1965-1968 [1968]; Beyond Giving [1969]; Poems 1968-1970 [1970]; The Green-Sailed Vessel [1971]; Poems 1970-1972 [1972]; Timeless Meeting [1973]; At the Gate [1974]; selections from More Poems 1961, 1961; Food for Centraurs, 1960; Steps, 1958; 5 Pens in Hand, 1958; The Crowning Privilege, 1955; Poems 1953, 1953; Poems and Satires 1951, 1951; Poems 1938-1945, 1945; Work in Hand, 1942; earlier Collected Poems; and earlier books that had already been significantly revised for the author’s first Collected Poems, 1938; plus 20 new poems—English

  1709. New Poems 1962_2

  1710. 1962—English
    *Ward* *Bloom*

  1711. Man Does, Woman Is_2

  1712. 1964—English
    *Ward* *Bloom*

  1713. Love Respelt_2

  1714. 1965—English
    *Ward* *Bloom*

  1715. Seventeen Poems Missing From 'Love Respelt'_2

  1716. 1966—English
    *Ward* *Bloom*

  1717. Colophon to 'Love Respelt'_2

  1718. 1967—English
    *Ward* *Bloom*

  1719. Poems 1965-1968_2

  1720. 1968—English
    *Ward* *Bloom*

  1721. Beyond Giving_2

  1722. 1969—English
    *Ward* *Bloom*

  1723. Poems 1968-1970_2

  1724. 1970—English
    *Ward* *Bloom*

  1725. The Green-Sailed Vessel_2

  1726. 1971—English
    *Ward* *Bloom*

  1727. Poems 1970-1972_2

  1728. 1972—English
    *Ward* *Bloom*

  1729. Timeless Meeting_2

  1730. 1973—English
    *Ward* *Bloom*

  1731. At the Gate_2

  1732. 1974—English
    *Ward* *Bloom*

  1733. King Jesus_2

  1734. 1946—English

    Edwin Muir
    • Collected Poems_1

    1960; revised 1965; includes Variations on a Time Theme [1934]; The Labyrinth [1949]; nearly all of Journeys and Places [1937]; The Narrow Place [1943]; The Voyage [1946]; One Foot in Eden [1956]; selections from First Poems, 1925; plus a section entitled Poems Not Previously Collected—English

  1735. Variations on a Time Theme_1

  1736. 1934—English

  1737. Journeys and Places_1

  1738. 1937—English

  1739. The Narrow Place_1

  1740. 1943—English

  1741. The Voyage and Other Poems_1

  1742. 1946—English

  1743. The Labyrinth_1

  1744. 1949—English

  1745. One Foot in Eden_1

  1746. 1956—English

    David Jones
  1747. In Parenthesis_2

  1748. 1937—English
    *Ward* *Bloom*

  1749. The Anathemata_2

  1750. 1952—English
    *Ward* *Bloom*

    John Galsworthy
  1751. The Man of Property_4

  1752. 1906—English
    *Powys* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Smart*

  1753. Indian Summer of a Forsyte_3

  1754. 1918—English
    *Bloom* *Recommended* *Smart*

  1755. In Chancery_3

  1756. 1920—English
    *Bloom* *Recommended* *Smart*

  1757. Awakening_3

  1758. 1920—English
    *Bloom* *Recommended* *Smart*

  1759. To Let_3

  1760. 1921—English
    *Bloom* *Recommended* *Smart*

    E M Forster
  1761. Howards End_4

  1762. 1910—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Utne* *Zane*

  1763. A Passage to India_8

  1764. 1924—English
    *Ward* *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Kanigel* *Zane* *Smart*

    D H Lawrence
    • The Complete Poems of D H Lawrence

    originally entitled Collected Poems, published 1928; expanded and retitled Complete Poems, 1957; expanded and retitled 1964 with four additional poems, a section entitled Uncollected Poems, and three appendixes: Foreword to Collected Poems; Juvenilia; and Variants and Early Drafts; includes Love Poems and Others [1913]; Amores [1916]; Look! We Have Come Through! [1917]; New Poems [1918]; Bay [1919]; Tortoises [1921]; Birds, Beasts and Flowers [1923]; Pansies [1929]; Last Poems [1932]—English

  1765. Love Poems and Others_1

  1766. 1913—English

  1767. Amores_1

  1768. 1916—English

  1769. Look! We Have Come Through!_1

  1770. 1917—English

  1771. New Poems_1

  1772. 1918—English

  1773. Bay_1

  1774. 1919—English

  1775. Tortoises_1

  1776. 1921—English

  1777. Birds, Beasts and Flowers_1

  1778. 1923—English

  1779. Pansies_1

  1780. 1929—English

  1781. Last Poems_1

  1782. 1932—English

  1783. Studies in Classic American Literature_1

  1784. 1923; 13 essays, eight of which published 1918-9 in the English Review, one in the Nation and Athenaeum, Jul. 1921; later editions omit 'The Two Principles'—English

    • The Complete Short Stories of D H Lawrence_1

    1955; includes the entirety of the anthologies: The Prussian Officer and Other Stories, 1914; England, My England and Other Stories, 1922; The Ladybird, 1923; St. Mawr, 1925; The Man Who Rode Away and Other Stories, 1928; The Lovely Lady, 1933; and nearly all of A Modern Lover, 1934—English

  1785. Sons and Lovers_9

  1786. 1913—English
    *Ward* *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Campbell* *Norway* *Great* *Newman*

  1787. The Rainbow_2

  1788. 1915—English
    *Bloom* *Newman*

  1789. Women in Love_5

  1790. 1920—English
    *Good* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Newman*

    Virginia Woolf
  1791. Mrs. Dalloway_11

  1792. published in part, Jul. 1923, as 'Mrs. Dalloway in Bond Street', in the Dial; in its entirety, 1925—English
    *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Norway* *Great* *Zane* *Smart* *Harvard* *Newman* *Educated*

  1793. To the Lighthouse_12

  1794. 1927 —English
    *Magill* *Adler* *Good* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Norway* *Zane* *Smart* *Harvard* *Newman* *Graphic*

  1795. Orlando: A Biography_4

  1796. 1928—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Harvard* *Newman*

  1797. The Waves_5

  1798. 1931—English
    *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Newman*

  1799. Between the Acts_1

  1800. 1941—English

    James Joyce
  1801. Dubliners_10

  1802. 1914—English
    *Classics* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Trinity* *Zane* *Smart* *Harvard* *Newman*

  1803. A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man_14

  1804. originally published serially Feb. 1914-Sep. 1915, in the Egoist—English
    *Classics* *Read* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Adler* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Campbell* *Zane* *Smart* *Deposit* *Newman*

  1805. Ulysses_20

  1806. published in part serially Mar. 1918-Dec. 1920 in the Little Review; in its entirety, 1922—English
    *Classics* *France* *Read* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Good* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Norway* *Great* *Guardian* *Zane* *GlobeMail* *Smart* *Taylor* *Telegraph* *Newman* *Graphic*

  1807. Finnegans Wake_5

  1808. 1939—English
    *Classics* *Ward* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Newman*

    Samuel Beckett
  1809. Murphy_1

  1810. 1938—English

  1811. Watt_3

  1812. published in part, 1950, in Envoy; in its entirety, 1953—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Deposit*

  1813. Molloy_4

  1814. 1951—French
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Norway*

  1815. Malone Muert_4

  1816. 1951—French
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Norway*

  1817. L'Innommable_4

  1818. The Unnameable

    *Ward* *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Norway*

  1819. En Attendant Godot_12

  1820. Waiting for Godot

    *Ward* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Adler* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Trinity* *Campbell* *GlobeMail* *Graphic* *Educated*

  1821. Fin de Partie_2

  1822. Endgame

    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  1823. Krapp's Last Tape_2

  1824. 1958—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  1825. Comment c'Est_1

  1826. 1961; earlier version entitled L'Image published in X: A Quarterly Review, 1959—French

    • Elizabeth Bowen

    Collected Stories_1

  1827. J G Farrell

  1828. The Siege of Krishnapur_1

    Henry Green
  1829. Nothing_1

  1830. 1950—English

  1831. Loving_1

  1832. 1945—English

  1833. Party Going_1

  1834. 1939—English

    Evelyn Waugh
  1835. A Handful of Dust_2

  1836. 1934—English
    *Bloom* *Recommended*

  1837. Scoop_2

  1838. 1938—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  1839. Vile Bodies_1

  1840. 1930—English

  1841. Put Out More Flags_1

  1842. 1942—English

  1843. Anthony Burgess

  1844. Nothing Like the Sun: A Story of Shakespeare's Love Life_1

  1845. G B Edwards

  1846. The Book of Ebenezer Le Page_1

    Iris Murdoch
  1847. The Good Apprentice_1

  1848. 1985—English

  1849. Bruno's Dream_1

  1850. 1969—English

    Graham Greene
  1851. Brighton Rock_1

  1852. 1938—English

  1853. The Heart of the Matter_2

  1854. 1948—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  1855. The Power and the Glory_3

  1856. 1940—English
    *Bloom* *Great* *Zane*

    Christopher Isherwood
  1857. Mr. Norris Changes Trains_3

  1858. 1936—English
    *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman*

  1859. Goodbye to Berlin_4

  1860. 1939—English
    *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Deposit*

  1861. Norman Douglas

  1862. South Wind_1

    Aldous Huxley
    • Collected Essays_1

    1958; selections from On the Margin, 1923; Along the Road, 1925; Jesting Pilate, 1926; Do What You Will, 1929; Music at Night, 1931; Beyond the Mexique Bay, 1934; The Olive Tree, 1937; Ends and Means, 1937; Grey Eminence, 1941; Science, Liberty and Peace, 1946; Themes and Variations, 1950; The Doors of Perception, 1954; Heaven and Hell, 1956; Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow, 1956—English

  1863. Antic Hay_1

  1864. 1923—English

  1865. Point Counter Point_1

  1866. 1928—English

  1867. Brave New World_8

  1868. 1932—English
    *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Campbell* *Guardian* *Great* *Telegraph* *Graphic*

    Lawrence Durrell
  1869. Justine_4

  1870. 1957—English
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Kanigel*

  1871. Balthazar_3

  1872. 1958—English
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Recommended*

  1873. Mountolive_3

  1874. 1958—English
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Recommended*

  1875. Clea_3

  1876. 1960—English
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Recommended*

  1877. William Golding

  1878. Pincher Martin: The Two Deaths of Christopher Martin_1

  1879. Doris Lessing

  1880. The Golden Notebook_2
    *Bloom* *Norway*

    Mervyn Peake
  1881. Titus Groan_1

  1882. 1946—English

  1883. Gormenghast_1

  1884. 1950—English

  1885. Titus Alone_1

  1886. 1959—English

  1887. Jeanette Winterson

  1888. The Passion_1

    W H Auden
    • Collected Poems_2

    1976; includes For the Time Being [1944]; The Age of Anxiety [1947]; Nones [1951]; The Old Man's Road [1956]; Academic Graffiti [1971]; Epistle to a Godson [1972]; nearly all of Letters From Iceland [1937]; Journey to a War [1939]; Another Time [1940]; The Double Man [1941]; The Shield of Achilles [1955]; About the House [1965]; City Without Walls [1969]; and Thank You, Fog [1974]; selections from Poems, 1930; The Orators, 1932; On This Island, 1936; The Magic Flute, 1956; Homage to Clio, 1960; and Auden and Christopher Isherwood's The Dog Beneath the Skin, 1935, and The Ascent of F 6, 1936; features versions from Collected Shorter Poems 1927-1957, 1966; and Collected Longer Poems, 1968—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  1889. Another Time_2

  1890. 1940—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  1891. The Double Man_2

  1892. 1941—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  1893. For the Time Being_2

  1894. 1944—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  1895. The Age of Anxiety_2

  1896. 1947—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  1897. Nones_2

  1898. 1951—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  1899. The Shield of Achilles_2

  1900. 1955—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  1901. The Old Man's Road_2

  1902. 1956—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  1903. About the House_2

  1904. 1965—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  1905. City Without Walls_2

  1906. 1969—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  1907. Academic Graffiti_2

  1908. 1971—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  1909. Epistle to a Godson_2

  1910. 1972—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  1911. Thank You, Fog_2

  1912. 1974—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  1913. The Dyer's Hand, and Other Essays_2

  1914. 1962; includes Making, Knowing and Judging, 1956; other portions published in varied periodicals and anthologies, 1946-62; many of the essays, previously published or not, derive from 1956-60 lectures at the University of Oxford—English
    *Bloom* *Dirda*

  1915. W H Auden and Louis MacNeice

  1916. Letters From Iceland_2
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  1917. W H Auden and Christopher Isherwood

  1918. Journey to a War_2
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

    Roy Fuller
    • Collected Poems 1936-1961_1

    1962; includes nearly all of The Middle of a War [1942]; A Lost Season, 1944; Epitaphs and Occasions, 1949; Counterparts, 1954; and Brutus’s Orchard, 1957selections from Poems, 1939; plus an untitled section of "recent and previously uncollected poems"; New and Collected Poems 1934-84, 1985, includes selections from Poems, the five books noted above, the Collected Poems detailed above; and selections from Buff, 1965; Off Course, 1969; Tiny Tears, 1973; From the Joke Shop, 1975; The Reign of Sparrows, 1980; plus a section entitled Recent Poems Hitherto Uncollected

  1919. The Middle of the War_1

  1920. 1942—English

    • Gavin Ewart

    Selected Poems 1933-1988_1
    1988; selections from Poems and Songs, 1939; Pleasures of the Flesh, 1966; The Deceptive Grin of the Gravel Porters, 1968; The Gavin Ewart Show, 1971; An Imaginary Love Affair, 1974; Be My Guest!, 1975; No Fool Like an Old Fool, 1976; The First Eleven, 1977; Or Where a Young Penguin Lies Screaming, 1977; The New Ewart, 1982; The Young People’s Guide to His Toes, 1985; The Complete Little Ones, 1986; Late Pickings, 1987; plus a section entitled New and Uncollected—English

    Basil Bunting
    • Collected Poems_1

    1968; revised 1978; includes The Spoils, 1965; First Book of Odes, 1965; Briggflatts: An Autobiography, 1966; Second Book of Odes (11 poems); Sonatas (section including The Spoils and Briggsflatts as well as 'Villon'; 'Attis: Or, Something Missing'; 'Aus dem Zweitten Reich'; 'The Well of Lycopolis'); 'Chomei at Toyama'; and Overdrafts (13 poems)—English

  1921. The Spoils_1

  1922. 1965—English

  1923. First Book of Odes_1

  1924. 1965—English

  1925. Briggflatts: An Autobiography_1

  1926. 1966—English

    William Empson
    • Collected Poems_1

    1949; includes Letter IV [1927]; Poems [1935]; The Gathering Storm [1940] plus three new poems and 'Notes'; expanded 1955 edition with the addition of one poem and one play—English

  1927. Letter IV_1

  1928. 1929—English

  1929. Poems_1

  1930. 1935—English

  1931. The Gathering Storm_1

  1932. 1940—English

  1933. Milton's God_1

  1934. 1961—English

  1935. Some Versions of Pastoral_1

  1936. 1935; U S version originally entitled English Pastoral Poetry—English

    George Wilson Knight
  1937. The Wheel of Fire: Interpretations of Shakespearian Tragedy_1

  1938. 1930—English

  1939. The Burning Oracle: Studies in the Action of Poetry_1

  1940. 1939—English

    • R S Thomas

    The Poems of R S Thomas_1

  1941. Frank Kermode

  1942. The Sense of an Ending: Studies in the Theory of Fiction_1
    1967; edited 1965 lectures entitled The Long Perspectives—English

    Stevie Smith
    • The Collected Poems of Stevie Smith

    1975; includes A Good Time Was Had by All [1937]; Tender Only to One [1938]; Mother, What Is Man? [1942]; Harold’s Leap [1950]; Not Waving but Drowning [1957]; Scorpion and Other Poems [1972]; selections from Selected Poems [1962] and The Frog Prince, and Other Poems [1966] in a section entitled Poems; revised versions of previously-published poems included in Selected Poems and The Frog Prince used for this book—English

  1943. A Good Time Was Had by All_1

  1944. 1937—English

  1945. Tender Only to One_1

  1946. 1938—English

  1947. Mother, What Is Man?_1

  1948. 1942—English

  1949. Harold's Leap_1

  1950. 1950—English

  1951. Not Waving but Drowning_1

  1952. 1957—English

  1953. Scorpion and Other Poems_1

  1954. 1972—English

    F T Prince
    • Collected Poems, 1935-1992

    1993; includes Poems [1938]; Soldiers Bathing and Other Poems [1954]; The Doors of Stone (Poems 1938-62) [1963]; Memoirs in Oxford [1970]; Drypoints in Hasidim [1975]; Afterword on Rupert Brooke [1976]; 'A Last Attachment'; Later On [1983]; 'Not a Paris Review Interview'; Walks in Rome [1987]; and a section entitled Senilia—English

  1955. Poems_1

  1956. 1938—English

  1957. Soldiers Bathing and Other Poems_1

  1958. 1954—English

  1959. The Doors of Stone (Poems 1938-62)_1

  1960. 1963—English

  1961. Memoirs in Oxford_1

  1962. 1970—English

  1963. Drypoints in Hasidim_1

  1964. 1975—English

  1965. Afterword on Rupert Brooke_1

  1966. 1976—English

  1967. Later On_1

  1968. 1983—English

  1969. Walks in Rome_1

  1970. 1987—English

    Philip Larkin
    • Collected Poems_2

    1988; includes The North Ship [1945; expanded 1966 by one poem]; XX Poems [1951]; The Less Deceived [1955]; The Whitsun Weddings [1964]; High Windows [1974]; plus new poems—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  1971. The North Ship_2

  1972. 1945; expanded 1966 by one poem—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  1973. XX Poems_2

  1974. 1951—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  1975. The Less Deceived_2

  1976. 1955—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  1977. The Whitsun Weddings_2

  1978. 1964—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  1979. High Windows_2

  1980. 1974—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

    • Donald Davie

    Selected Poems_1
    1991; selections from Brides of Reason, 1955; A Winter Talent and Other Poems, 1957; The Forests of Lithuania, 1959; New and Selected Poems, 1961; A Sequence for Francis Parkman, 1961; Events and Wisdoms: Poems 1957-1963, 1965; Essex Poems, 1963-1967, 1969; The Shires, 1975; In the Stopping Train and Other Poems, 1977; Three for Water Music; and, The Shires, 1981; a section of new poems, The Battered Wife and Other Poems; plus sections entitled Poems of 1955-56; Poems of 1962-63; More Essex Poems; Los Angeles Poems—English

    Geoffrey Hill
    • Collected Poems_1

    1985; includes For the Unfallen, 1959; King Log, 1968; Mercian Hymns, 1971; Tenebrae, 1978; The Mystery of the Charity of Charles Péguy, 1983; and three new poems constituting the section Hymns to Our Lady of Chartres, 1984—English

  1981. For the Unfallen_1

  1982. 1959—English

  1983. King Log_1

  1984. 1968—English

  1985. Mercian Hymns_1

  1986. 1971—English

  1987. Tenebrae_1

  1988. 1978—English

  1989. The Mystery of the Charity of Charles Péguy_1

  1990. 1983—English

    Jonathan Spence
  1991. The Death of Woman Wang_1

  1992. 1978—English

  1993. The Memory Palace of Matteo Ricci_1

  1994. 1984—English

    • Elizabeth Jennings

    Selected Poems_1
    1979; selections from The Animals’ Arrival, 1969; Relationships, 1972; Lucidities, 1970; and Collected Poems, 1967—English

    • Keith Douglas

    Complete Poems_1
    1951; revised 1978 and 1998; certain poems originally published in the anthologies Augury: An Oxford Miscellany of Verse and Prose, 1940; and Selected Poems (also featuring the work of J C Hall and Norman Nicholson), 1943; the appendix of Alamein to Zem Zem, 1946; Collected Poems, 1951, revised 1966; and varied periodicals: the Outlook, New Verse, Bolero, Fords and Bridges, the Cherwell, Poetry (U K publication), Citadel, Personal Landscape—English

    Hugh MacDiarmid
    • Complete Poems_1


    Louis MacNeice
    • The Collected Poems of Louis MacNeice_1

    1967; includes the entirety, or neary all, of Out of the Picture, 1937; The Earth Compels, 1938; Letters From Iceland [with W H Auden], 1937; Autumn Journal, 1939; Plant and Phantom, 1941; Springboard, 1944; Holes in the Sky, 1948; Ten Burnt Offerings, 1952; Autumn Sequel, 1954; Visitations, 1957; Solstices, 1961; The Burning Perch, 1963; selections from Blind Fireworks, 1929—English

  1995. Out of the Picture_1

  1996. 1937—English

  1997. The Earth Compels_1

  1998. 1938—English

  1999. Autumn Journal_1

  2000. 1939—English

  2001. Plant and Phantom_1

  2002. 1941—English

  2003. Springboard_1

  2004. 1944—English

  2005. Holes in the Sky_1

  2006. 1948—English

  2007. Ten Burnt Offerings_1

  2008. 1952—English

  2009. Autumn Sequel_1

  2010. 1954—English

  2011. Visitations_1

  2012. 1957—English

  2013. Solsticies_1

  2014. 1961—English

  2015. The Burning Perch_1

  2016. 1963—English

    Dylan Thomas
    • The Poems_1

    1971; includes 18 Poems [1934]; Twenty-five Poems [1936]; The Map of Love [1939]; Deaths and Entrances [1946]; In Country Sleep and Other Poems [1952]; selections from Miscellany: Poems Stories Broadcasts [1963]; Miscellany Two [1966]; and additional poems previously unpublished or uncollected in book form—English

  2017. 18 Poems_2

  2018. 1934—English
    *Magill* *Bloom*

  2019. Twenty-five Poems_2

  2020. 1936—English
    *Magill* *Bloom*

  2021. The Map of Love_2

  2022. 1939—English
    *Magill* *Bloom*

  2023. Deaths and Entrances_2

  2024. 1946; published in part, 1943, as New Poems—English
    *Magill* *Bloom*

  2025. In Country Sleep and Other Poems_2

  2026. 1952—English
    *Magill* *Bloom*

  2027. Nigel Denis

  2028. Cards of Identity_1

    Seamus Heaney
    • Selected Poems, 1966-1987_2

    1990; selections from Death of a Naturalist, 1966; Door Into the Dark, 1969; Wintering Out, 1972; Stations, 1975; North, 1975; Field Work, 1979; Sweeney Astray, 1983; Station Island, 1984; The Haw Lantern, 1987—English
    *Bloom* *Trinity*

  2029. Field Work_1

  2030. 1979—English

  2031. Station Island_1

  2032. 1984—English

  2033. Thomas Kinsella

  2034. Peppercanister Poems_1
    1979; originally published as Butcher's Dozen, 1972; A Selected Life, 1972; Vertical Man, 1973; The Good Fight: A Poem for the Tenth Anniversary of the Death of John F Kennedy, 1973; One, 1974; A Technical Supplement, 1976; Song of the Night and Other Poems, 1978; The Messenger, 1978—English

    • Paul Muldoon

    Selected Poems 1968-1986_1
    1987; selections from New Weather, 1973; Mules, 1977; Why Brownlee Left, 1980; Quoff, 1983; Meeting the British, 1987—English

    • John Montague

    Selected Poems_1
    1982; selections from Poisoned Lands, 1961; A Chosen Light, 1967; Tides, 1970; The Rough Field, 1972; A Slow Dance, 1975; The Great Cloak, 1978; The Dead Kingdom, 1984—English

    John Arden
    • Plays: One_1

    1994; includes The Waters of Babylon [1957]; When Is a Door Not a Door? An Industrial Episode [1958]; Live Like Pigs: Seventeen Scenes [1958]; Serjeant Musgrave’s Dance: An Un-historical Parable [1959]; (with Margaretta D’Arcy) The Happy Haven [1960]—English

    • Plays: Two_1

    A Workhouse Donkey: A Vulgar Melo-Drama [1963]; Armstrong’s Last Goodnight: An Exercise in Diplomacy [1964]; Left-Handed Liberty: A Play About Magna Carta [1965]; The True History of Squire Jonathan and His Unfortunate Treasure [1968]; The Bagman or The Impromptu of Muswell Hill [1970, radio]—English

  2035. The Waters of Babylon_1

  2036. 1957—English

  2037. When Is a Door Not a Door? An Industrial Episode_1

  2038. 1958—English

  2039. Live Like Pigs: Seventeen Scenes_1

  2040. 1958—English

  2041. Serjeant Musgrave’s Dance: An Un-historical Parable_1

  2042. 1959—English

  2043. A Workhouse Donkey: A Vulgar Melo-Drama_1

  2044. 1963—English

  2045. Armstrong’s Last Goodnight: An Exercise in Diplomacy_1

  2046. 1964—English

  2047. Left-Handed Liberty: A Play About Magna Carta_1

  2048. 1965—English

  2049. The True History of Squire Jonathan and His Unfortunate Treasure_1

  2050. 1968—English

  2051. The Bagman or The Impromptu of Muswell Hill_1

  2052. 1970, radio—English

  2053. John Arden and Margaretta D'Arcy

  2054. The Happy Haven_1

    Joe Orton
    • The Complete Plays_1

    1976; includes Ruffian and the Stair [1964, radio; revised 1967]; Entertaining Mr. Sloane [1964]; Loot [1966]; The Good and Faithful Servant [1967, television]; The Erpingham Camp [1966, as part of the television series The Seven Deadly Sins; revised 1967]; Funeral Games [1968, television]; What the Butler Saw [1969]—English

  2055. Ruffian and the Stair_1

  2056. 1964, radio; revised 1967—English

  2057. Entertaining Mr. Sloan_1

  2058. 1964—English

  2059. Loot_1

  2060. 1966—English

  2061. The Erpingham Camp_1

  2062. 1966, as part of the television series The Seven Deadly Sins; revised 1967—English

  2063. The Good and Faithful Servant_1

  2064. 1967, television—English

  2065. Funeral Games_1

  2066. 1968, television—English

  2067. What the Butler Saw_1

  2068. 1969—English

    Flann O'Brien
  2069. The Dalkey Archive_1

  2070. 1964—English

  2071. The Third Policeman_1

  2072. 1967—English

  2073. Tom Stoppard

  2074. Travesties_1

    Harold Pinter
  2075. The Caretaker_3

  2076. 1960—English
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  2077. The Homecoming_2

  2078. 1965—English
    *Bloom* *Zane*

    Edward Bond
  2079. The Fool_1

  2080. 1975—English

  2081. Saved_1

  2082. 1965—English

    George Orwell
    • Collected Essays_2

    *List* *Bloom*

  2083. Nineteen Eighty-Four_17

  2084. 1949—English
    *Van Doren* *Magill* *Learning* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *SeymourSmith* *Campbell* *Norway* *Great* *Guardian* *Zane* *Smart* *Taylor* *Telegraph* *Graphic* *Educated*

    • Edna O'Brien

    A Fanatic Heart: Selected Stories of Edna O'Brien_1
    includes Returning, 1987; selections from The Love Object, 1968; A Scandalous Woman, 1974; A Rose in the Heart, 1978; plus a section entitled Quartet (Uncollected Stories, 1979-1981); originally published in varied periodicals, including Redbook, the Atlantic, and the New Yorker—English

    Hugo von Hofmannsthal
    • Poems and Verse Plays_1

    English translations by Michael Hamburger et al.—German

    • Selected Prose_1

    English translations by Mary Huttinger, Tania Stern, and James Stern—German

    • Selected Plays and Libretti_1

    English translations by Michael Hamburger et al.—German

  2085. Elektra_2

  2086. 1909—German
    *Ward* *Bloom*

  2087. Der Rosenkavalier_1

  2088. 1911—German

  2089. Die Frau Ohne Schatten_1

  2090. 1919—German

  2091. Der Schwierige_1

  2092. 1921—German

  2093. Das Salzburger Grosse Welttheater_1

  2094. 1922—German

  2095. Der Turm_1

  2096. 1925; revised 1927—German

  2097. Andreas Oder Vereinigten_1

  2098. 1932—German

  2099. Arabella_1

  2100. 1933—German

    Rainer Maria Rilke
    • Selected Poetry_1

    English translations by Stephen Mitchell; includes The Duino Elegies—German

  2101. Duineser Elegien_5

  2102. The Duino Elegies

    *Ward* *Magill* *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Utne*

  2103. Die Sonette an Orpheus_4

  2104. The Sonnets to Orpheus

    *Ward* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman*

  2105. Die Aufzeichnungen des Malte Laurids Brigge_2

  2106. The Notebooks of Malte Laurdis Brigge

    *Bloom* *Trinity*

  2107. Neue Gedichte_1

  2108. New Poems


  2109. Der Neuen Gedichte Anderer Teil_1

  2110. Another Part of the New Poems


    Hermann Broch
  2111. Die Schlafwandler: Eine Romantrilogie_2

  2112. originally published in three volumes: Pasenow; Oder, Die Romantik, 1931; Esch; Oder, Die Anarchie, 1931; and Huguenau; Oder, Die Sachlichkeit, 1932—German
    *Bloom* *Trinity*

  2113. Der Tod des Vergil_3

  2114. 1945; English version published simultaneously—German
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Trinity*

  2115. Hofmannsthal und Seine Zeit_1

  2116. 1974—German

    Georg Trakl
    • Selected Poems_1


    Gottfried Benn
    • Selected Poems_1


    Franz Kafka
  2117. Der Verschollene_2

  2118. Amerika
    published in part, 1913, as 'Der Heizer'; in its entirety, 1927—German

    *Bloom* *Newman*

    • The Collected Stories of Franz Kafka_2

    1971; includes Die Verwandlung [1915]; In der Strafkolonie [1919]; the entirety of the anthologies Betrachtung (Contemplation), 1912; Eine Landarzt. Kleine Erzählungen (A Country Doctor), 1919; Ein Hungerkünstler (A Hunger Artist), 1924; Beim Bau der Chinesischen Mauer (The Great Wall of China), 1931; and other stories previously published—German
    *Bloom* *GlobeMail*

  2119. In der Strafkolonie_5

  2120. In the Penal Colony

    *Van Doren* *Bloom* *Fadiman* *GlobeMail* *Smart*

  2121. Die Verwandlung_14

  2122. The Metamorphosis
    originally published 1915 in Die Weißen Blätter; Mallison ("Smart") specifies Stanley Corngold's English translation—German

    *Ward* *Van Doren* *Adler* *Learning* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Foundation* *Norway* *GlobeMail* *Smart* *Newman* *Graphic* *Deposit*

    • The Blue Octavio Notebook_1


  2123. Der Prozess_16

  2124. The Trial

    *France* *Read* *List* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *SeymourSmith* *Trinity* *Norway* *Great* *Zane* *Smart* *Newman* *Educated*

    • Diaries_1


  2125. Das Schloss_9

  2126. The Castle

    *Read* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Norway* *Smart* *Newman*

    • "Parables, Fragments, Aphorisms"_1

    unspecified selection—German

  2127. Die Zürauer Aphorismen_1

  2128. The Zürau Aphorisms


    Bertolt Brecht
    • Poems, 1913-1956_1


  2129. Die Dreigroschenoper_3

  2130. The Threepenny Opera

    *Ward* *Bloom* *Great*

  2131. Der Gute Mensch von Sezuan_3

  2132. The Good Woman of Szechuan

    *Ward* *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  2133. Mutter Courage und Ihre Kinder_3

  2134. Mother Courage

    *Adler* *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  2135. Leben des Galilei_1

  2136. Life of Galileo


  2137. Der Kaukasische Kreidekreis_3

  2138. The Caucasian Chalk Circle

    *Ward* *Bloom* *Fadiman*

    Arthur Schnitzler
    • Plays_1


    • Stories_1


    Frank Wedekind
  2139. Erdgeist_1

  2140. Earth Spirit
    1895; first of the two Lulu Plays—German


  2141. Die Büchse der Pandora_1

  2142. Pandora's Box
    1904; second of the two Lulu Plays—German


  2143. Frühlings Erwachen_1

  2144. 1906—German

  2145. Karl Kraus

  2146. Die Letzten Tage der Menschheit_1
    originally published serially 1919 in Fackel—German

    • Günter Eich

    Pigeons and Moles: Selected Writings_1

    Thomas Mann
  2147. Der Zauberberg_12

  2148. The Magic Mountain
    1924; Mallison ("Smart") specifies John E Woods's English translation—German

    *Read* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Good* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Trinity* *Norway* *Great* *Zane* *Smart*

    • Stories of Three Decades_1

    1936; includes Tristan; Tonio Kröger; Death in Venice; A Man and His Dog; Disorder and Early Sorrow; Mario and the Magician; Felix Krull; 16 stories; and the play, Fiorenza—German

  2149. Tristan_1

  2150. 1903—German

  2151. Tonio Kröger_2

  2152. originally published in Neue Deutsche Rundschau, Feb. 1903—German
    *Van Doren* *Bloom*

  2153. Der Tod in Venedig_8

  2154. Death in Venice

    *Van Doren* *Magill* *Adler* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Trinity* *Graphic*

  2155. Fiorenza_1

  2156. 1907—German

  2157. Herr und Hund: Eine Idyll_1

  2158. A Man and His Dog


  2159. Unordnung und Fruhes Leid_1

  2160. Disorder and Early Sorrow
    originally published in Neue Rundschau, 1925—German


  2161. Mario und der Zauberer_3

  2162. Mario and the Magician

    *Van Doren* *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  2163. Joseph und Seine Brüder_3

  2164. Joseph and His Brothers

    *Read* *Bloom* *Trinity*

  2165. Doctor Faustus. Das Leben des Deutschen Tonsetzers Adrian Leverkühn, Erzählt von Einem Freunde_1

  2166. 1947—German

  2167. Bekenntnisse des Hochstaplers Felix Krull. Der Memoiren, Erster Teil_2

  2168. 1954—German
    *Van Doren* *Bloom*

  2169. Alfred Döblin

  2170. Berlin Alexanderplatz_2
    *Bloom* *Norway*

    Herman Hesse
  2171. Das Glasperlenspiel_3

  2172. 1943—German
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Trinity*

  2173. Narziß und Goldmund_1

  2174. 1930—German

    Robert Musil
  2175. Die Verwirrungen des Zöglings Törleßx_1

  2176. 1906—German

  2177. Der Mann Ohne Eigenschaften_5

  2178. The Man Without Qualities
    originally published in three volumes: 1930, 1933, and 1943—German

    *Ward* *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Trinity* *Norway*

  2179. Joseph Roth

  2180. Radetzkymarsch_1
    The Radetzky March


    • Paul Celan

    Poems: A Bilingual Edition_2
    1980; English translations by Michael Hamburger—German
    *Ward* *Bloom*

  2181. Thomas Bernhard

  2182. Holzfällen_1


  2183. Heinrich Böll

  2184. Billard um Halbzehn_2
    Billiards at Half-Past Nine

    *Bloom* *Trinity*

  2185. Ingeborg Bachmann

  2186. In the Storm of Roses_1

    • Hans Magnus Enzensberger

    Poems for People Who Don't Read Poems_1

    • Walter Benjamin


    • Robert Walser

    Selected Stories_1
    "translated by Christopher Middleton, et al."—German

  2187. Christa Wolf

  2188. Kassandra_1


  2189. Peter Handke

  2190. Langsame Heimkehr_1
    Slow Homecoming


    Max Frisch
  2191. Stiller_2

  2192. I'm Not Stiller

    *Ward* *Bloom*

  2193. Der Mensch Erscheint im Holozän_1

  2194. Man in the Holocene


    Günter Grass
  2195. Die Blechtrommel_6

  2196. The Tin Drum

    *Ward* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Trinity* *Norway* *Zane*

  2197. Der Butt_1

  2198. 1977—German

  2199. Friedrich Dürrenmatt

  2200. Der Besuch der Alten Dame_2
    The Visit

    *Ward* *Bloom*

    • Johannes Bobrowski

    Shadow Lands_1

    • Anna Akhmatova

    English translations by Stanley Kunitz and Max Hayward—Russian

    • Leonid Andreyev

    Twentieth Century—Russian

  2201. Andrei Bely

  2202. Petersburg_1

    • Osip Mandelstam

    Selected Poems_1
    English translations by Clarence Brown and W S Merwin—Russian

    • Velimir Khlebnikov

    The King of Time_1

    Vladimir Mayakovsky
    • The Bedbug and Selected Poetry_1

    English translations by Max Hayward and George Reavey—Russian

  2203. Klop_2

  2204. The Bedbug

    *Ward* *Bloom*

  2205. Mikhail Bulgakov

  2206. Mástyer i Margaríta_6
    The Master and Margarita; published in part, 1966-67, in Moskva; in its entirety, 1973; revised 1989; Mallison ("Smart") specifies Diana Burgin and Katherine Tiernan O'Connor's English translation—Russian
    *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Zane* *Smart* *Harvard* *Graphic*

  2207. Mikhail Kuzmin

  2208. Alexandrian Songs_1
    originally published serially 1906 in Vesy—Russian

    Maxim Gorky
  2209. Detstvo_1

  2210. Childhood
    published in Russkoe Slovo, 1914—Russian


  2211. V Lûdâh_1

  2212. My Apprenticeship


  2213. Vospominaniya o Lev Nikoláevič Tolstój_1

  2214. Reminiscences of Lev Nikolayevich Tolstoy


    • Reminiscence of Chekhov_1


  2215. Knigu o Leonâd Andrée: Vospominanya_1

  2216. A Book About Leonid Andreev: Memoirs


  2217. Moi Universitety_1

  2218. My Universities
    published in Krasnaia Nov', Mar.-Jul. 1923—Russian


    • Ivan Bunin

    Selected Stories_1

    • Isaac Babel

    Collected Stories_3
    1960; English translations by Walter Morrison—Russian
    *Bloom* *Ward*

    Boris Pasternak
  2219. Dóktor Živágo_5

  2220. Doctor Zhivago
    Italian translation, 1957; original Russian, 1958—Russian

    *Ward* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Telegraph*

    • Selected Poems_1

    English translations by Jon Stallworthy and Peter France—Russian

  2221. Yury Olesha

  2222. Zavist'_1


    • Marina Tsvetayeva

    Selected Poems_2
    English translations by Elaine Feinstein—Russian
    *Ward* *Bloom*

    • Mikhail Zoshchenko

    Nervous People and Other Satires_1

  2223. Andrei Platonov

  2224. Kotlovan_1
    The Foundation Pit
    1987; written 1926-30—Russian


    Alexander Solzhenitsyn
  2225. Odîn den' Ivána Denîsoviča_4

  2226. A Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich
    originally published in Nóvyj Mîr, Nov. 1962—Russian

    *Ward* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Trinity*

  2227. Rakovyj Korpus_3

  2228. Cancer Ward

    *Read* *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  2229. Avgust 1914_1

  2230. August 1914
    1971; expanded 1984—Russian


  2231. Arhipelag GULAG_2

  2232. The Gulag Archipelago

    *Bloom* *Educated*

  2233. Joseph Brodsky

  2234. Chast' Rechi: Stikhotvoreniia 1972-76_2
    A Part of Speech

    *Bloom* *Trinity*

    Isak Dinesen
  2235. Vinter-Eventyr_1

  2236. 1942; English version entitled Winter's Tales published the same year—Danish

  2237. Seven Gothic Tales_4

  2238. 1934; Danish version entitled Syv Fantastiske Fortaellinger published 1935—English
    *Van Doren* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Dirda*

  2239. Martin Andersen Nexø

  2240. Pelle Erobreren_1
    Pelle the Conquerer
    originally published in four volumes, 1906-10—Danish


    Knut Hamsun
  2241. Sult_5

  2242. Hunger
    published in part, 1888, in Ny Jord; in its entirety, 1890—Norwegian

    *Ward* *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Norway*

  2243. Pan_2

  2244. 1894—Norwegian
    *Ward* *Bloom*

  2245. Sigrid Undset

  2246. Kristin Lavransdatter_3
    originally published in three volumes: Kransen, 1920; Husfrue, 1921; Korset, 1922; Mallison ("Smart") specifies Tiina Nunnally's English translation—Norwegian
    *Bloom* *Recommended* *Smart*

  2247. Gunnar Ekelöf

  2248. Vägvisare Till Underjorden_2
    *Ward* *Bloom*

    • Tomas Tranströmer

    Selected Poems_1
    late Twentieth-early Twenty-First centuries—Swedish

  2249. Pär Lagerkvist

  2250. Barrabas_2
    *Bloom* *Recommended*

    • Lars Gustafsson

    Selected Poems_1
    late Twentieth-early Twenty-First centuries—Swedish

  2251. Ivo Andrić

  2252. Na Drini Ćuprija_1
    The Bridge on the Drina


    • Vasko Popa

    Selected Poems_1

  2253. Danilo Kiš

  2254. Grobnica za Borisa Davidoviča_1

    Karel Čapek
  2255. Válka s Mloky_1

  2256. War With the Newts


  2257. R U R_1

  2258. 1921—Czech

  2259. Václav Havel

  2260. Largo Desolato_1

  2261. Milan Kundera

  2262. Nesnesitelná Lehkost Bytí_2
    The Unbearable Lightness of Being
    French translation, L'Insoutenable Légèreté de l'Être, 1984; original Czech, 1985—Czech

    *Bloom* *Harvard*

    • Jaroslav Seifert

    Selected Poetry_1

    • Miroslav Holub

    The Fly_1
    1987; English translations by George Theiner, Ian Milner, Jarmila Milner, and Ewald Osers; selections from Denní Služba, 1958; Achilles a Želva, 1960; Slabikář, 1961; Jdi a Otevři Dvere, 1962; Tak Zvané Srdce, 1963; Zcela Nesoustavná Zoologie, 1963; Kam Teče Krev, 1963; Ačkoli, 1969; Beton, 1970—Czech

    Bruno Schulz
  2263. Sklepy Cynamonowe_1

  2264. The Street of Crocodiles


  2265. Sanatorium Pod Klepsydrą_1

  2266. Sanatorium Under the Sign of the Hourglass


    • Czeslaw Milosz

    Selected Poems_1

    Witold Gombrowicz
  2267. Ferdydurke_1

  2268. 1937—Polish

  2269. Pornografia_1

  2270. 1960—Polish

  2271. Kosmos_1

  2272. 1965—Polish

    Stanislaw Lem
  2273. Śledztwo_1

  2274. The Investigation


  2275. Solaris_1

  2276. 1961—Polish

    • Zbigniew Herbert

    Selected Poems_1

    • Adam Zagajewski

    Tremor: Selected Poems_1
    1985; English translations by Renata Gorcznski—Polish
    • Attila József

    Perched on Nothing's Branch_1
    1986; revised 1999; English translations by Peter Hargitai; selections from A Szépseg Koldusa, 1922; Nemén Kiáltok, 1925; Dönstd a Tőkét!, 1931; Külvárosi Éj, 1932; Medvetánc, 1934; Nagyon Fáj, 1936; features versions from the author's Összes Verseí, 1951—Hungarian

    • Ferenc Juhasz

    Selected Poems_1

  2277. László Németh

  2278. Guilt_1

    Modern Greek:
    • C P Cavafy

    Collected Poems_1
    early Twentieth Century—Greek

    • George Seferis

    Collected Poems_1

    Nikos Kazantzakis
  2279. The Greek Passion_1

  2280. 1954; U K version entitled Christ Recrucified—Greek

  2281. The Odyssey: A Modern Sequel_1

  2282. 1938—Greek

    • Yannis Ritsos

    Exile and Return_1

    • Odysseas Elytis

    What I Love: Selected Poems_1

    • Angelos Sikelianos

    Selected Poems_1

    Sholem Aleichem
  2283. Tevye the Dairyman_1

  2284. originally published as seven stories—Yiddish

    • The Railroad Stories _1


  2285. The Nightingale, or, The Saga of Yosele Solovey the Cantor_1

  2286. —Yiddish

  2287. Mendele Mokher Seforim

  2288. The Travels and Adventures of Benjamin the Third_1

    • I L Peretz

    Selected Stories_1

    • Jacob Glatstein

    Selected Poems_1

    • Moshe-Leib Halpern

    Selected Poems_1

    • H Leivick

    Selected Poems_1

    Israel Joshua Singer
  2289. Yoshe Kalb_1

  2290. 1932—Yiddish

  2291. The Brothers Ashkenazi_1

  2292. 1936—Yiddish

  2293. Chaim Grade

  2294. Tsemakh Atlas_1
    The Yeshiva
    originally published in two volumes, 1967 and 1968—Yiddish


  2295. S Ansky

  2296. Mež Dvuh Mirov_1
    The Dybbuk, or Between Two Worlds
    1920; originally presented 1920 in Yiddish, translated by the author—Russian


    • Mani Leib

    Selected Poems_1

  2297. Sholem Asch

  2298. East River: A Novel of New York_1

    Isaac Bashevis Singer
    • Collected Stories_1


  2299. In My Family's Court_2

  2300. 1963—Yiddish
    *Ward* *Bloom*

  2301. The Manor_1

  2302. 1967—Yiddish

  2303. The Estate_1

  2304. 1969—Yiddish

  2305. Di Familye Moshkat_2

  2306. The Family Moskat

    *Ward* *Bloom*

  2307. Der Sotn in Goray_1

  2308. Satan in Goray
    originally published serially 1935 in Globus—Yiddish


    • Chaim Nahman Bialik

    Shirot Bialik: The Epic Poems_1

    Shai Agnon (S F Agnon)
  2309. In the Heart of the Seas_1

  2310. 1933—Hebrew

    • Twenty-one Stories_1


    Aharon Appelfeld
  2311. Badenheim 1939_1

  2312. 1978—Hebrew

  2313. The Immortal Bartfuss_1

  2314. 1988—Hebrew

  2315. Yaakov Shabtai

  2316. Zikhron Devraim_1
    Past Continuous


    Yehuda Amichai
    • Selected Poetry_1

    English translations by Stephen Mitchell and Chana Bloch—Hebrew

    • Travels_1

    English translations by Ruth Nevo—Hebrew

  2317. A B Yehoshua

  2318. A Late Divorce_1

  2319. Amos Oz

  2320. A Perfect Peace_1

    • T Carmi

    At the Stone of Losses_1
    1983; English translations by Grace Schulman; selections from Leyad Even Hato'im, 1981; El Erets Aḥeret, 1977; Hitnatslut Hameḥaber, 1974; Davar Aḥer, 1970—Hebrew

    • Nathan Zach

    The Static Element: Selected Poems of Nathan Zach _1

    • Dalia Ravikovitch

    A Dress of Fire_1
    1976; English translations by Chana Bloch; poems previously published—Hebrew

    • Dan Pagis

    Variable Directions: The Selected Poetry of Dan Pagis_1
    1989; selection of English translations larger than, but similar to, that of Points of Departure, 1981—Hebrew

    David Shahar
  2321. Summer in the Street of the Prophets_1

  2322. 1973—Hebrew

  2323. A Voyage to Ur of the Chaldees_1

  2324. 1978—Hebrew

  2325. The Day of the Countess_1

  2326. 1981—Hebrew

  2327. Nin-Gal_1

  2328. 1985—Hebrew

  2329. The Day of the Ghosts_1

  2330. 1988—Hebrew

  2331. A Tammuz Night's Dream_1

  2332. 1989—Hebrew

  2333. Nights of Lutetia_1

  2334. 1991—Hebrew

  2335. On Candles and Winds_1

  2336. 1994—Hebrew

  2337. David Grossman

  2338. See Under: Love_1

  2339. Yoram Kaniuk

  2340. His Daughter_1

    Latin America:
    • Rubén Darío

    Selected Poems of Rubén Darío_1
    1965; selections from Abrojos; Rimas; Azul, 1888; Prosas Profanas y Otros Poemas, 1896; Cantos de Vida y Esperanza; Los Cisnes y Otros Poemas; El Canto Errante; Poema del Oto&etilde;o y Otros Poemas; Canto a la Argentina y Otros Poems; and a section entitled Miscellaneous Poems—Spanish

    Jorge Luis Borges
  2341. El Aleph_2

  2342. 1949; expanded 1952—Spanish
    *Ward* *Bloom*

  2343. El Hacedor_2

  2344. 1960—Spanish
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  2345. Ficciones_6

  2346. originally published 1941, entitled El Jardín de Senderos que se Bifurcan; expanded 1944 and 1956—Spanish
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Norway* *GlobeMail* *Harvard*

    • Labyrinths_6

    English translations of stories mostly originally published in Ficciones and El Aleph—Spanish
    *Good* *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Trinity* *Great* *Zane*

    • A Personal Anthology_1


    Alejo Carpentier
  2347. El Siglo de las Luces _1

  2348. Explosion in a Cathedral


  2349. Los Pasos Perdidos _2

  2350. 1953—Spanish
    *Ward* *Bloom*

  2351. El Recurso del Método _2

  2352. 1974—Spanish
    *Ward* *Bloom*

  2353. El Reino de Este Mundo _1

  2354. 1949—Spanish

    Guillermo Cabrera Infante
  2355. Tres Tristes Tigres_1

  2356. Three Trapped Tigers


  2357. Vista del Amanecer en el Trópico_1

  2358. 1974—Spanish

  2359. Severo Sarduy

  2360. Maitreya_1

  2361. Reinaldo Arenas

  2362. El Mundo Alucinante_1
    Hallucinations: or, The Ill-Fated Peregrinations of Fray Servando—Spanish

    Pablo Neruda
  2363. Canto General_3

  2364. 1950; English translation of 'Alturas de Machu Picchu', the second canto, published 1948 in the Tiger's Eye and 1950 in Let the Rail Splitter Awake and Other Poems—Spanish
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Utne*

  2365. Residencia en la Tierra_1

  2366. originally published in three volumes: Residencia I, 1933; Residencia II, 1935; and Tercera Residencia, 1947—Spanish

  2367. Veinte Poemas de Amor y una Canción Desesperada_1

  2368. 1924—Spanish

  2369. Plenos Poderes_1

  2370. Fully Empowered


    • Selected Poems_1

    English translations by Ben Belitt—Spanish

    • Nicolás Guillén

    Selected Poems_1

    Octavio Paz
  2371. El Laberinto de la Soledad_2

  2372. 1950—Spanish
    *Ward* *Bloom*

    • The Collected Poems 1957-1987_2

    1987; includes Piedra de Sol [1957]; Blanco [1967]; Topoemas [1968]; Ladera Este (1962-1968) [1969]; Pasado en Claro [1975]; nearly all of Salamandra (1958-1961) [1962] and Vuelta [1976]; all but one poem from Árbol Adentro [1987]; and Paz and Charles Tomlinson's Hijos del Aire (Airborn) [1979]; for the selections through Vuelta, the versions from Poems (1935-1975) are used—Spanish
    *Bloom* *Trinity*

  2373. Piedra de Sol_3

  2374. 1957—Spanish
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Trinity*

  2375. Salamandra (1958-1961)_2

  2376. 1962—Spanish
    *Bloom* *Trinity*

  2377. Blanco_3

  2378. 1967—Spanish
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Trinity*

  2379. Topoemas_2

  2380. 1968—Spanish
    *Bloom* *Trinity*

  2381. Ladera Este (1962-1968)_3

  2382. 1969—Spanish
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Trinity*

  2383. Pasado en Claro_2

  2384. 1975—Spanish
    *Bloom* *Trinity*

  2385. Vuelta_2

  2386. 1976—Spanish
    *Bloom* *Trinity*

  2387. Árbol Adentro_2

  2388. 1987—Spanish
    *Bloom* *Trinity*

    Octavio Paz and Charles Tomlinson
  2389. Hijos del Aire_2

  2390. Airborn
    1979—Spanish; English

    *Bloom* *Trinity*

    Cesar Vallejo
    • Selected Poems_1

    1981; English translations by H R Hays; selections from Los Heraldos Negros, 1918; Trilce, 1922; España, Aparta de Mí Este Cáliz, 1939; Poemas Humanas, 1939—Spanish

  2391. España, Aparta de Mí Este Cáliz_2

  2392. 1939—Spanish
    *Ward* *Bloom*

  2393. Miguel Angel Asturias

  2394. Hombres de Maiz_1

  2395. José Lezama Lima

  2396. Paradiso_1

  2397. José Donoso

  2398. El Obsceno P´jaro de la Noche_1

    Julio Cortázar
  2399. Rayuela_1

  2400. Hopscotch


  2401. Todos los Fuegos el Fuego_1

  2402. All Fires the Fire and Other Stories


    • Blow-Up and Other Stories_1

    originally entitled The End of the Game and Other Stories, published 1967; includes Las Armas Secretas [1959] and selections from Besiario, 1951; and Final del Juego, 1956—Spanish

  2403. Las Armas Secretas_1

  2404. 1959—Spanish

    Gabriel García Márquez
  2405. Cien Anõs de Soledad_18

  2406. One Hundred Years of Solitude
    1967; Mallison ("Smart") specifies Gregory Rabassa's English translation—Spanish

    *Ward* *Van Doren* *Good* *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Trinity* *Utne* *Norway* *Great* *Guardian* *Zane* *GlobeMail* *Smart* *Telegraph* *Harvard* *Graphic* *Deposit* *Educated*

  2407. El Amor en los Tiempos del Cólera_6

  2408. Love in the Time of Cholera

    *Bloom* *Trinity* *Norway* *Guardian* *Zane* *Smart*

  2409. Mario Vargas Llosa

  2410. La Guerra del Fin del Mundo_1

    Carlos Fuentes
  2411. Cambio de Piel_1

  2412. 1967—Spanish

  2413. Terra Nostra_2

  2414. 1975—Spanish
    *Ward* *Bloom*

    • Carlos Drummond de Andrade

    Travelling in the Family_1
    English translations by Elizabeth Bishop et al.—Spanish

    The West Indies:
    C L R James
  2415. The Black Jacobins: Toussaint L'Ouverture and the San Domingo Revolution_1

  2416. 1938—English

    • The Future in the Present_2


    V S Naipul
  2417. A Bend in the River_2

  2418. 1979—English
    *Bloom* *Great*

  2419. A House for Mr. Biswas_2

  2420. 1961—English
    *Smart* *Bloom*

    • Derek Walcott

    Collected Poems 1948-184_3
    1986; selections from In a Green Light: Poems 1948-1960, 1962; Selected Poems, 1964; Castaway and Other Poems, 1965; The Gulf and Other Poems, 1969; Another Life, 1973; Sea Graves, 1976; The Star-Apple Kingdom, 1979; The Fortunate Traveller, 1981; Midsummer, 1984—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Trinity*

    Wilson Harris
  2421. Palace of the Peacock_1

  2422. 1960—English

  2423. The Far Journey of Oudin_1

  2424. 1961—English

  2425. The Whole Armour_1

  2426. 1962—English

  2427. The Secret Ladder_1

  2428. 1963—English

  2429. Michael Thelwell_3

  2430. The Harder They Come
    1980; based on the film of the same name—English

    Aimé Césaire
    • The Collected Poetry_1

    1983; includes revised versions of Cahier d'un Retour au Pays Natal [originally published Aug. 1939 in Volontés; revised 1976 for inclusion in Oeuvres Complètes]; Les Armes Miraculeuses [1946; revised 1970]; Soleil cou Coupé [1948; revised and coupled with Corps Perdu as Cadastre, 1961]; Corps Perdu [1950; revised and coupled with Soleil cou Coupé as Cadastre, 1961]; Ferrements [1960; originally published in Présence Africaine, 1955-9]; and Noria, published in part in varied publications, 1955-76, in its entirety as part of Oeuvres Complètes, 1976; this collection features the Oeuvres Complètes versions—French

  2431. Cahier d'un Retour au Pays Natal_1

  2432. originally published Aug. 1939 in Volontés; revised 1976 for inclusion in Oeuvres Complètes—French

  2433. Les Armes Miraculeuses_1

  2434. 1946; revised 1970—French

  2435. Soleil cou Coupé_1

  2436. 1948; revised and coupled with Corps Perdu as Cadastre, 1961—French

  2437. Corps Perdu_1

  2438. 1950; revised and coupled with Soleil cou Coupé as Cadastre, 1961—French

  2439. Ferrements_1

  2440. 1960; originally published 1955-9 in Présence Africaine—French

    Chinua Achebe
  2441. Things Fall Apart_9

  2442. 1958—English
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Utne* *Norway* *Great* *Zane* *Smart* *Taylor*

  2443. Arrow of God_2

  2444. 1964—English
    *Ward* *Bloom*

  2445. No Longer at Ease_1

  2446. 1960—English

  2447. Wole Soyinka

  2448. A Dance of the Forest_2
    *Bloom* *Trinity*

  2449. Amos Tutuola

  2450. The Palm-Wine Drinkard, and His Dead Palm-Wine Tapster in the Deads' Town_2
    *Ward* *Bloom*

  2451. Christopher Okigbo

  2452. Labyrinths, With Path of Thunder_1
    1971; 'Heavensgate' published separately 1962; 'Silences: Lament of the Silent Sisters' published 1963 in Transition; 'Distances' published 1964 in Transition; 'Limits' published 1962 in Transition, and, revised, separately 1964; 'Silences: Lament of the Drums' published separately 1965; 'Path of Thunder' published Feb. 1968 in Black Orpheus; all works revised for inclusion in this book—English

  2453. John Pepper Clark-Bekederemo (J P Clark)

  2454. Casualties: Poems 1966/ 68_1

  2455. Ayi Kwei Armah

  2456. The Beautiful Ones Are Not Yet Born_1

  2457. Ngũgĩ wa Thiong'o (James Ngugi)

  2458. A Grain of Wheat_1

  2459. Gabriel Okara

  2460. The Fisherman's Invocation_1
    1978; poems originally published in periodicals, anthologies, and the author's books; and new poems—English—English

    • Nadine Gordimer

    Twentieth-early Twenty-First centuries—English

  2461. J M Coetzee

  2462. Foe_1

  2463. Athol Fugard

  2464. A Lesson From Aloes_1

    • Léopold Senghor

    Selected Poems_2
    1966; selections from Chants d'Ombre, 1945; Hosties Noires, 1948; Chants Pour Naett, 1949; Éthiopiques, 1956; Nocturnes, 1961 [which includes Chants Pour Naëtt, retitled Chants Pour Signare, and a selection of new poems]—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

    India (in English):
  2465. R K Narayan

  2466. The Guide_1

  2467. Salman Rushdie

  2468. Midnight's Children_7
    *Bloom* *Trinity* *Norway* *Great* *Guardian* *Harvard* *Deposit*

  2469. Ruth Prawer Jhabvala

  2470. Heat and Dust_1

  2471. Malcolm Lowry

  2472. Under the Volcano_2
    *Bloom* *Recommended*

    Robertson Davies
  2473. Fifth Business_2

  2474. 1970—English
    *Van Doren* *Bloom*

  2475. The Manticore_2

  2476. 1972—English
    *Van Doren* *Bloom*

  2477. World of Wonders_2

  2478. 1975—English
    *Van Doren* *Bloom*

  2479. The Rebel Angels_2

  2480. 1981—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  2481. Alice Munro

  2482. Something I've Been Meaning to Tell You..._1

  2483. Northrop Frye

  2484. Fables of Identity_1

    • Anne Hébert_1

    Selected Poems
    1987; selections from Le Tombeau des Rois, 1953; and Poèmes, 1960 [which included Tombeau and a section of new poems entitled Le Mystère de la Parole] plus a section entitled Uncollected Poems—French

    • Jay Macpherson_1

    Poems Twice Told

    • Daryl Hine

    Selected Poems_1

    Australia and New Zealand:
  2485. Miles Franklin

  2486. My Brilliant Career_1

    • Katherine Mansfield

    The Short Stories_1

    • A D Hope

    Collected Poems_1

    Patrick White
  2487. Riders in the Chariot_2

  2488. 1961—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  2489. Fringe of Leaves_1

  2490. 1976—English

  2491. Voss_2

  2492. 1957—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  2493. Christina Stead

  2494. The Man Who Loved Children_2
    *Bloom* *Zane*

    • Judith Wright

    Selected Poems_1

    • Les A Murray

    Collected Poems_1
    1991; U S version entitled Rabbiter's Bounty: Collected Poems—English

    Thomas Keneally
  2495. The Playmaker_1

  2496. 1987—English

  2497. Schindler's Ark_1

  2498. 1982; some later editions entitled Schindler's List—English

    • David Malouf

    An Imaginary Life_1

    • Kevin Hart

    Peniel and Other Poems_1

    Peter Carey
  2499. Oscar and Lucinda_1

  2500. —English

  2501. Illywhacker_1

  2502. —English

    The United States:
    • Edwin Arlington Robinson

    Selected Poems
    1965; selections from The Torrent and the Night Before, 1896; The Children of the Night, 1897 [an expanded revised version of The Torrent, two poems omitted]; Captain Craig, 1902; The Town Down the River, 1910; The Man Against the Sky, 1916; The Three Taverns, 1920; Avon's Harvest, 1921; Dionysus in Doubt, 1925; Nicodemus, 1932; features revised versions from Collected Poems, 1921 [expanded 1927, 1929, and 1937]—English

    Robert Frost
    • The Poetry of Robert Frost_2

    1969; includes A Boy's Will [1913; revised 1930]; North of Boston [1914]; Mountain Interval [1916; expanded 1930]; New Hampshire [1923]; West-Running Brook [1928; expanded 1930]; A Further Range [1936]; A Witness Tree [1942]; A Masque of Reason [1945]; Steeple Bush [1947]; A Masque of Mercy [1947]; In the Clearing [1962]; plus two of the three poems originally presented in the section entitled An Afterword in Collected Poems [1949], the other poem having been made part of In the Clearing—English
    *Bloom* *Trinity*

  2503. A Boy's Will_3

  2504. 1913; revised 1930—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Trinity*

  2505. North of Boston_3

  2506. 1914; revised 1930—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Trinity*

  2507. Mountain Interval_3

  2508. 1916; revised 1930—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Trinity*

  2509. New Hampshire_3

  2510. 1923—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Trinity*

  2511. West-Running Brook_3

  2512. 1928; expanded 1930—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Trinity*

  2513. A Further Range_3

  2514. 1936—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Trinity*

  2515. A Witness Tree_3

  2516. 1942—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Trinity*

  2517. A Masque of Reason_3

  2518. 1945—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Trinity*

  2519. Steeple Bush_3

  2520. 1947—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Trinity*

  2521. A Masque of Mercy_3

  2522. 1947—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Trinity*

  2523. In a Clearing_2

  2524. 1962—English
    *Bloom* *Trinity*

    Edith Wharton
    • Collected Short Stories_1

    1968; Volume I includes 'Mrs. Manstey's View' [originally published Jul. 1891 in Scribner's]; 'The Fulness of Life' [originally published Dec. 1893 in Scribner's]; 'That Good May Come' [originally published May 1894 in Scribner's]; 'The Lamp of Psyche' [originally published Oct. 1895 in Scribner's]; 'The Valley of Childish Things, and Other Emblems' [originally published Jul. 1896 in Century Magazine]; 'April Showers' [originally published Jan. 1900 in Youth's Companion]; 'Friends' [originally published Aug. 1900 in Youth's Companion]; 'The Line of Least Resistance' [originally published Oct. 1900 in Lippincott's]; 'The Letter' [originally published Apr. 1904 in Harper's]; 'The House of the Dead Hand' [originally published Aug. 1904 in the Atlantic Monthly]; 'The Introducers' [originally published Dec. 1905 in Ainslee's]; 'Les Metteurs en Scène' [originally published Oct. 1908 in Revue des Deux Mondes]; 'Writing a War Story' [originally published Sep. 1919 in Woman's Home Companion]; The Greater Inclination [1899; six stories, two of which originally published in Scribner's, 1898 and 1899]; Crucial Instances, 1901 [originally published 1900-1 in varied periodicals: Scribner's, Harper's, and Hearst's International Cosmopolitan; except 'The Confessional', previously unpublished]; The Descent of Man and Other Stories, 1904 [originally published 1902-6 in varied periodicals: Scribner's, Harper's, Hearst's International Cosmopolitan, and Collier's]; The Hermit and the Wild Woman, 1908 [originally published 1904-8 in varied periodicals: Scribner's, Booklover's, and Collier's]; Volume II includes Tales of Men and Ghosts, 1910 [originally published Jun. 1909-Oct. 1910 in Scribner's and Century]; Here and Beyond, 1926 [originally published Jan. 1919 in Scribner's and 1925-6 in varied periodicals: Pictorial Review and the Red Book Magazine; except 'Velvet Ear Pads', previously unpublished]; Certain People, 1930 [originally published Jan. 1919 and 1926-8 in Ladies' Home Journal and the Saturday Evening Post]; Human Nature, 1933 [originally published 1932-3 in varied periodicals: Scribner's, Woman's Home Companion, the Saturday Evening Post, and Nash's Pall Mall Magazine]; The World Over, 1936 [five stories originally published in varied periodicals: the Saturday Evening Post, Hearst's International-Cosmopolitan, Liberty, Story-Teller, and Redbook; and 'Duration', previously unpublished]; all of Xingu and Other Stories, 1916 [originally published 1908-16 in varied periodicals: Scribner's, Century, and the Atlantic Monthly] except 'Bunner Sisters'; and the Preface and 'All Souls' from Ghosts, 1937—English

  2525. The Age of Innocence_6

  2526. 1920—English
    *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Harvard* *Newman* *Graphic*

  2527. Ethan Frome_5

  2528. 1911—English
    *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Campbell* *Newman*

  2529. The House of Mirth_5

  2530. 1905—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Smart* *Newman* *Educated*

  2531. The Custom of the Country_3

  2532. 1913—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Newman*

    Willa Cather
  2533. My Ántonia_7

  2534. 1918—English
    *Hundred* *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Kanigel* *Smart*

  2535. The Professor's House_2

  2536. 1925—English
    *Bloom* *Zane*

  2537. A Lost Lady_3

  2538. 1923—English
    *Adler* *Bloom* *Dirda*

    Gertrude Stein
  2539. Three Lives_2

  2540. 1906—English
    *Bloom* *Newman*

  2541. The Geographical History of America or the Relation of Human Nature to the Human Mind_2

  2542. 1936

  2543. The Making of Americans: Being the History of a Family's Progress_2

  2544. published in part, 1924, in the Transatlantic Review; in its entirety, 1925; abridged version, 1934
    *Bloom* *Newman*

  2545. Tender Buttons_2

  2546. 1914—English
    *Bloom* *Newman*

    Wallace Stevens
    • The Collected Poems of Wallace Stevens_3

    1954; includes Harmonium [1923; revised 1931]; Ideas of Order [1936]; The Man With the Blue Guitar [1937]; Parts of a World [1942]; Transport to Summer [1947]; The Auroras of Autumn [1950]; plus a section entitled The Rock—English
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  2547. Harmonium_3

  2548. 1923; revised 1931—English
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  2549. Ideas of Order_3

  2550. 1936—English
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  2551. The Man With the Blue Guitar_3

  2552. 1937—English
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  2553. Parts of a World_3

  2554. 1942—English
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  2555. Transport to Summer_3

  2556. 1947—English
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  2557. The Auroras of Autumn_3

  2558. 1950—English
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  2559. The Necessary Angel: Essays on Reality and the Imagination_2

  2560. 1951; six essays, three of which originally published as Three Academic Pieces, 1947—English
    *Ward* *Bloom*

    • Opus Posthumous_2

    *Ward* *Bloom*

    • The Palm at the End of the Mind_1


  2561. Vachel Lindsay

  2562. Collected Poems_1
    1923; revised and expanded 1925; originally published in varied periodicals: the Metropolitan; Poetry; the Independent; Tuck's Magazine; Reedy's Mirror; the Little Review; the American Magazine; the Outlook; the Chicago Herald; the Masses; the Red Cross Magazine; the Bookman; the Seven Arts; Forum; the Chicago Daily News; Contemporary Verse; the New Republic; the New York Sun; Others; Youth; the Yale Review; or anthologies—English

  2563. Edgar Lee Masters

  2564. Spoon River Anthology_3
    *Powys* *Magill* *Bloom*

    Theodore Dreiser
  2565. Sister Carrie_4

  2566. 1900—English
    *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Zane*

  2567. An American Tragedy_4

  2568. 1925—English
    *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Smart*

    Sherwood Anderson
  2569. Winesburg, Ohio: A Group of Tales of Ohio Small-Town Life_5

  2570. 1919; twenty-two stories, ten of which originally published in periodicals: 'The Book of the Grotesque', Feb. 1916 in Masses; 'Hands', Mar. 1916 in Masses; 'Paper Pills' (originally entitled 'The Philosopher'), Jun.-Jul. 1916 in the Little Review, ; 'The Strength of God', Aug. 1916 in Masses; 'Queer', Dec. 1916 in Seven Arts; 'The Untold Lie', Jan. 17 in Seven Arts; 'Mother', Mar. 1917 in Seven Arts; 'The Thinker', Sep. 1917 in Seven Arts; 'The Man of Ideas', Jun. 1918 in the Little Review; 'An Awakening', Dec. 1918 in the Little Review—English
    *Hundred* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Zane*

    • Death in the Woods and Other Stories_1

    1933; 16 stories previously published—English

    Sinclair Lewis
  2571. Babbitt_5

  2572. 1922—English
    *Hundred* *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman*

  2573. It Can't Happen Here_1

  2574. 1935—English

  2575. Elinor Wylie

  2576. Last Poems of Elinor Wylie_1
    1943; three of four sections previously unpublished—English

    William Carlos Williams
  2577. Spring and All_4

  2578. 1923—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Newman*

  2579. Paterson_4

  2580. originally published in five volumes: 1946, 1948, 1949, 1951, and 1958—English
    *Bloom* *Recommended* *Trinity* *Newman*

    • Collected Poems_2

    1986; Volume I 1909-1939 includes The Tempers [1913]; Al Que Quierre! [1917]; Sour Grapes [1921]; Spring and All [1923]; 'The Descent of Winter' [originally published Autumn 1928 in Exile]; An Early Martyr and Other Poems [1935]; Adam and Eve and the City [1936]; selections from Poems, 1909; Volume II 1939-1962 includes The Wedge [1944]; The Clouds [1948]; The Pink Church [1949]; The Desert Music [1954]; Journey to Love [1955]; and Pictures From Brueghel [1962]; both volumes include poems previously published in periodicals or anthologies—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  2581. The Tempers_2

  2582. 1913—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  2583. Al Que Quierre!_2

  2584. 1917—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  2585. Sour Grapes_2

  2586. 1921—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  2587. An Early Martyr and Other Poems_2

  2588. 1935—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  2589. Adam and Eve and the City_2

  2590. 1936—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  2591. The Wedge_2

  2592. 1944—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  2593. The Clouds_2

  2594. 1948—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  2595. The Pink Church_2

  2596. 1949—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  2597. The Desert Music_2

  2598. 1954—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  2599. Journey to Love_2

  2600. 1955—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  2601. Pictures From Brueghel_3

  2602. 1962—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Recommended*

    Ezra Pound
    • Personae: Collected Poems_1

    1926; includes A Lume Spento [1908]; Personae of Ezra Pound [1909]; Canzoni of Ezra Pound [1911]; The Ripostes of Ezra Pound [1912]; Cathy, 1915; Lustra of Ezra Pound [1916; revised U S version, 1917]; Quia Pauper Amavi [1918]; Hugh Selwyn Mauberley [1920]; and other poems—English

  2603. A Lume Spento_1

  2604. 1908—English

  2605. Personae of Ezra Pound_3

  2606. 1909—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Dirda*

  2607. Canzoni of Ezra Pound_1

  2608. 1911—English

  2609. The Ripostes of Ezra Pound_1

  2610. 1912—English

  2611. Lustra_1

  2612. 1916; revised U S version, 1917—English

  2613. Quia Pauper Amavi_1

  2614. 1918—English

  2615. Hugh Selwyn Mauberley_2

  2616. 1920—English
    *Bloom* *Dirda*

  2617. Cantos_7

  2618. published in part in Poetry, Jun.-Aug. 1917; the Criterion, Jul. 1923; the Transatlantic Review, Jan. 1924; and in the following volumes: The Fourth Canto, 1919; A Draft of XVI Cantos, 1925; A Draft of Cantos 17-27, 1928; A Draft of XXX Cantos, 1930; Eleven New Cantos XXXI-XLI, 1934; The Fifth Decad of Cantos, 1937; Cantos LII-LXXI, 1940; The Pisan Cantos, 1948; Seventy Cantos, 1950; Section: Rock-Drill, 85-95 de los Cantares, 1955; Thrones: 96-109 de los Cantares, 1959; Drafts and Fragments of Cantos CX-CXVII, 1968; in its entirety, revised and expanded, 1987—English
    *Ward* *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Trinity* *Dirda* *Newman*

    • Literary Essays of Ezra Pound_1

    1954; selections from Pavannes and Divisions, 1918; Instigations, 1920; Make It New, 1934; Polite Essays, 1937; some of the essays originally published in varied periodicals: the New York Herald, the Egoist, the English Journal, Poetry, the Criterion, the Quarterly Review, the Future, the Little Review, the New Freewoman, and Dial—English

    • Robinson Jeffers

    Selected Poems_1
    1987; selections from Selected Poetry, 1938; Be Angry at the Sun, 1941; Medea, 1946; The Double Axe, 1948; Hungerfield, 1954; The Beginning and the End, 1963—English

    Marianne Moore_1
    • The Complete Poems of Marianne Moore

    1967; expanded 1981; includes What Are Years [1941]; Nevertheless [1946]; Like a Bulwark [1956]; O To Be a Dragon [1959]; Tell Me, Tell Me [1966]; plus sections entitled Collected Later [originally published as a section entitled Hitherto Uncollected, in Collected Poems, 1951] and Hitherto Uncollected; and a selection of translations of Jean de la Fontaine's Fables; 1981 version includes additional poems in the Hitherto Uncollected section—English

  2619. What Are Years_1

  2620. 1941—English

  2621. Nevertheless_1

  2622. 1946—English

  2623. Like a Bulwark_1

  2624. 1956—English

  2625. O To Be a Dragon_1

  2626. 1959—English

  2627. Tell Me, Telle_1

  2628. 1966—English

    • H D (Hilda Doolittle)

    Selected Poems_1
    1988; selections from Sea Garden, 1916; Hymen, 1921; Heliodora and Other Poems, 1924; Red Roses for Bronze, 1931; Trilogy, 1944-6; Helen in Egypt, 1961; Hermetic Definition, 1972; plus sections entitled Miscellaneous Poems 1914-1917; and Miscellaneous Poems, 1931-1938(?)—English

    • John Crowe Ransom

    Selected Poems_1
    1945; poems revised, and the selection of poems altered, for 1963 and 1969 editions; includes selections from Poems About God, 1919; Chills and Fever, 1924; Grace After Meat, 1924; Two Gentlemen in Bonds, 1927; and poems previously published in periodicals or anthologies; Poems and Essays, 1955, includes the entirety of the 1945 edition of Selected Poems with some poems added and some revised plus a selection of essays—English

    T S Eliot
    • The Complete Poems and Plays, 1909-1950_1

    1952; includes Prufrock and Other Observations [1917]; Poems: 1920 [1920]; 'The Waste Land'; 'The Hollow Men'; Ash Wednesday [1930]; Journey of the Magi [1927]; A Song for Simeon [1928]; Animula [1929]; Marina [1930]; Triumphal March [1931]; Sweeney Agonistes: Fragments of an Aristophanic Melodrama [1932]; Murder in the Cathedral [1935]; The Family Reunion [1939]; The Cocktail Party [1949]; Four Quartets; Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats [1939]; selections from The Rock; two poems, 'Coriolan' and 'Difficulties of a Statesman', included with Triumphal March and Sweeney Agonistes in a section entitled Unfinished Poems; plus a section entitled Minor Poems—English

  2629. Prufrock and Other Observations_4

  2630. 1917—English
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Fadiman* *GlobeMail*

  2631. Poems: 1920_4

  2632. 1920—English
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Fadiman* *GlobeMail*

  2633. Journey of the Magi_5

  2634. 1927; illustrations by Edward McKnight Kauffer; eighth of a series of 37 pamphlets collectively entitled Ariel Poems—English
    *Ward* *Van Doren* *Bloom* *Fadiman* *GlobeMail*

  2635. A Song for Simeon_4

  2636. 1927; with an illustration by Edward McKnight Kauffer; 16th of a series of 37 pamphlets collectively entitled Ariel Poems—English
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Fadiman* *GlobeMail*

  2637. Animula_4

  2638. 1929; illustrations by Gertrude Hermes; 23rd of a series of 37 pamphlets collectively entitled Ariel Poems—English
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Fadiman* *GlobeMail*

  2639. Ash Wednesday_7

  2640. 1930—English
    *Ward* *Van Doren* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *GlobeMail* *Newman*

  2641. Marina_5

  2642. 1930; illustrations by Edward McKnight Kauffer; 29th of a series of 37 pamphlets collectively entitled Ariel Poems—English
    *Ward* *Van Doren* *Bloom* *Fadiman* *GlobeMail*

  2643. Triumphal March_4

  2644. 1931; illustrations by Edward McKnight Kauffer; 35th of a series of 37 pamphlets collectively entitled Ariel Poems; later made part of 'Coriolan' in the Unfinished Poems section of Eliot's Collected Poems—English
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Fadiman* *GlobeMail*

  2645. Sweeney Agonistes: Fragments of an Aristophanic Melodrama_4

  2646. 1932—English
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Fadiman* *GlobeMail*

  2647. Four Quartets_10

  2648. originally published in four volumes: Burnt Norton, in Collected Poems 1909-1935, 1936; East Coker, in the New English Weekly, 1940; The Dry Salvages, in the New English Weekly, 1941; Little Gidding, in the New English Weekly, 1942—English
    *List* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Trinity* *GlobeMail* *Newman*

  2649. Murder in the Cathedral_4

  2650. 1935—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Recommended* *Educated*

  2651. The Family Reunion_2

  2652. 1939—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  2653. Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats_2

  2654. 1939—English
    *Van Doren* *Bloom*

  2655. The Cocktail Party_2

  2656. 1949—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

    • Selected Essays, 1917-1932_2

    *Van Doren* *Bloom*

    Katherine Anne Porter
    • The Collected Stories of Katherine Anne Porter_1

    1965; includes Flowering Judas and Other Stories; Pale Horse, Pale Rider [1939]; The Leaning Tower and Other Stories—English

  2657. Pale Horse, Pale Rider_2

  2658. 1939—English
    *Bloom* *Recommended*

  2659. Jean Toomer

  2660. Cane_2
    published in part in varied periodicals; in its entirety, 1923—English
    *Bloom* *Dirda*

    John Dos Passos
  2661. The 42nd Parallel_3

  2662. 1930—English
    *Hundred* *Bloom* *Recommended*

  2663. 1919_3

  2664. 1932—English
    *Hundred* *Bloom* *Recommended*

  2665. The Big Money_3

  2666. 1936—English
    *Hundred* *Bloom* *Recommended*

    Conrad Aiken
    • Collected Poems_1

    1953; expanded 1970; includes Punch: The Immortal Liar: Documents in His History [1921]; Priapus and the Pool and Other Poems [1925; originally published on its own, 1922; 1925 edition omits three parts of Priapus and includes 21 other poems, all of which are included in Collected Poems; 1949 edition of Priapus omits eight parts of the 1925 version]; John Deth: A Metaphysical Legend and Other Poems [1930]; The Coming Forth by Day of Oriris Jones [1931]; Preludes for Memnon [1931]; Landscape West of Eden [1934]; Time in the Rock: Preludes to Definition [1936]; And in the Human Heart [1940]; Brownstone Eclogues and Other Poems [1942]; The Soldier [1944]; The Kid [1947]; The Divine Pilgrim [1949; published in part as The Jig of Forslin: A Symphony, 1916; The House of Dust: A Symphony, 1920; The Pilgrimage of Festus, 1923; and The Charnel Rose; Senlin: A Biography; and Other Poems, 1925; both House of Dust and Charnel Rose revised for inclusion in Divine Pilgrim; Senlin revised for publication on its own, 1925, and again for Divine Pilgrim]; Skylight One: Fifteen Poems [1949]; A Letter From Li Po and Other Poems [1955]; Sheepfold Hill: Fifteen Poems [1958]; The Morning Song of Lord Zero: Poems Old and New [1963]; Thee [1967]; 'Blues for Ruby Matrix' [originally published 1935 in Poetry: A Magazine of Verse]; selections from Turns and Movies and Other Tales in Verse, 1916; and Nocturne of Remembered Spring and Other Poems, 1921; and other poems—English

  2667. Punch: The Immortal Liar: Documents in His History_1

  2668. 1921—English

  2669. Priapus and the Pool_1

  2670. 1922; revised, 1925, for Priapus and the Pool and Other Poems, which includes 21 additional poems; those poems and a newly-revised version of Priapus are included in Collected Poems [1953; expanded 1970]—English

  2671. John Deth: A Metaphysical Legend and Other Poems_1

  2672. 1930—English

  2673. The Coming Forth by Day of Osiris Jones_1

  2674. 1931—English

  2675. Preludes for Memnon_1

  2676. 1931—English

  2677. Landscape West of Eden_1

  2678. 1934—English

  2679. Time in the Rock: Preludes to Definition_1

  2680. 1936—English

  2681. And in the Human Heart_1

  2682. 1940—English

  2683. Brownstone Eclogues and Other Poems_1

  2684. 1942—English

  2685. The Soldier_1

  2686. 1944—English

  2687. The Kid_1

  2688. 1947—English

  2689. The Divine Pilgrim_1

  2690. 1949; published in part, 1916, as The Jig of Forslin: A Symphony; 1920, as The House of Dust: A Symphony; 1923, as The Pilgrimage of Festus; and 1925, as The Charnel Rose; Senlin: A Biography; and Other Poems; both House of Dust and Charnel Rose revised for inclusion in The Divine Pilgrim; Senlin revised for publication on its own, 1925, and again for The Divine Pilgrim—English

  2691. Skylight One: Fifteen Poems_1

  2692. 1949—English

  2693. A Letter From Li Po and Other Poems_1

  2694. 1955—English

  2695. Sheepfold Hill: Fifteen Poems_1

  2696. 1958—English

  2697. The Morning Song of Lord Zero: Poems Old and New_1

  2698. 1958—English

  2699. Thee_1

  2700. 1967—English

    Eugene O'Neill
  2701. Lazarus Laughed_1

  2702. 1928—English

  2703. The Iceman Cometh_4

  2704. 1946—English
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman*

  2705. Long Day's Journey Into Night_8

  2706. 1956—English
    *Ward* *Van Doren* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Trinity* *Great* *Educated*

    E E Cummings
    • Complete Poems, 1904-1962_1

    1991; includes Tulips and Chimneys [1923]; & [1925]; XLI Poems [1925]; Is 5 [1926]; W (ViVa) [1931]; No Thanks [1935]; 50 Poems [1940]; 1 x 1 [1944]; Xaipe [1950]; 95 Poems [1958]; 73 Poems [1962]; Etcetera: The Unpublished Poems [1983]; plus sections entitled New Poems [originally published in Collected Poems, 1938] and Uncollected Poems—English

  2707. Tulips and Chimneys_1

  2708. 1923—English

  2709. &_1

  2710. 1925—English

  2711. XLI Poems_1

  2712. 1925—English

  2713. Is 5_1

  2714. 1926—English

  2715. W (ViVa)_1

  2716. 1931—English

  2717. No Thanks_1

  2718. 1935—English

  2719. 50 Poems_1

  2720. 1940—English

  2721. 1 x 1_1

  2722. 1944—English

  2723. Xaipe_1

  2724. 1950—English

  2725. 95 Poems_1

  2726. 1958—English

  2727. 73 Poems_1

  2728. 1962—English

  2729. Etcetera: The Unpublished Poems_1

  2730. 1983—English

    John Wheelwright
    • Collected Poems of John Wheelwright_1

    1972; includes Rock and Shell [1933]; Mirrors of Venus [1938]; Political Self-Portrait [1940]; Dusk to Dusk, a fourth book of poetry prepared for publication at the time of the author's death but left unpublished until this collection; plus a section entitled Additional Poems, which consists of three poems originally published Dec. 1940 in Diogenes; one poem originally published 1940 in Fantasy; five poems originally published 1923 in Eight More Harvard Poets—his other five poems from that anthology having been incorporated into later works—and other poems—English

  2731. Rock and Shell_1

  2732. 1933—English

  2733. Mirrors of Venus_1

  2734. 1938—English

  2735. Political Self-Portrait_1

  2736. 1940—English

    Robert Fitzgerald
    • Spring Shade: Poems, 1931-1970_1

    1971; includes Poems [1935]; A Wreath for the Sea [1943]; In the Rose of Time [1956]; plus sections entitled Poems, 1956-1970; and Selected Translations—English

  2737. Poems_1

  2738. 1935—English

  2739. A Wreath for the Sea_1

  2740. 1938—English

  2741. In the Rose of Time_1

  2742. 1956—English

  2743. Louise Brogan

  2744. The Blue Estuaries: Selected Poems_1
    1968; 105 poems, 26 of which originally published in the New Yorker, one published in Art News, and one and part of another originally published in Poetry—English

    • Léonie Adams

    Poems: A Selection_1
    1954; Section II, entitled As Apt Was Joy, contains excerpts from Those Not Elect, 1925, and High Falcon and Other Poems, 1929; Section I, Fruits of Two Seasons, previously unpublished—English

    Hart Crane
    • Complete Poems and Selected Letters and Prose_1

    1966; includes White Buildings [1926]; The Bridge [1930]; plus a section entitled Uncollected Poems split into three sections: Early Poems; Late Poems: Key West: An Island Sheaf; More Late Poems; and a section entitled Selected Prose—English

  2745. White Buildings_1

  2746. 1926—English

  2747. The Bridge_1

  2748. 1930—English

    Allen Tate
    • Collected Poems, 1919-1976_1


    F Scott Fitzgerald
    • Babylon Revisited and Other Stories_1

    1960; selections from Flappers and Philosophers, 1920; Tales of the Jazz Age, 1922; All the Sad Young Men, 1926; Taps at Reveille, 1935; The Stories of F Scott Fitzgerald, 1951; originally published in varied periodicals: the Saturday Evening Post, the Smart Set, Metropolitan, the American Mercury, the Red Book Magazine, and Esquire, 1920-37

  2749. The Great Gatsby_17

  2750. 1925—English
    *Van Doren* *Magill* *Adler* *Learning* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Campbell* *Zane* *Great* *Guardian* *GlobeMail* *Smart* *Harvard* *Newman* *Graphic* *Educated*

  2751. Tender Is the Night_6

  2752. originally published serially Jan.-Apr. 1934 in Scribner's Magazine—English
    *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Zane* *Deposit* *Newman*

    William Faulkner
  2753. As I Lay Dying_8

  2754. 1930—English
    *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Kanigel* *Campbell* *Zane* *Newman*

  2755. Sanctuary_2

  2756. 1931—English
    *Bloom* *Recommended*

  2757. Light in August_4

  2758. 1932—English
    *Bloom* *Recommended* *Campbell* *Newman*

  2759. Absalom, Absalom!_7

  2760. 1936—English
    *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Norway* *Zane* *Smart* *Newman*

  2761. The Sound and the Fury_13

  2762. 1929—English
    *Ward* *Magill* *Good* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Campbell* *Norway* *Great* *Zane* *Harvard* *Newman* *Graphic*

  2763. If I Forget Thee, Jerusalem_1

  2764. Wild Palms


    • Collected Stories of William Faulkner_1

    includes These 13, 1931, and all except 'Smoke' from Dr. Martino and Other Stories, 1958—English

  2765. The Hamlet_3

  2766. 1940—English
    *Bloom* *Zane* *Newman*

    Ernest Hemingway
    • The Complete Short Stories of Ernest Hemingway_2

    1987; includes the stories in The Fifth Column and the First Forty-Nine Stories, 1938 (that anthology includes In Our Time [1924]); plus sections entitled Short Stories Published in Books or Magazines Subsequent to 'The First Forty-nine'; and Previously Unpublished Fiction—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  2767. In Our Time_3

  2768. 1924; expanded 1925—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Harvard*

  2769. A Farewell to Arms_6

  2770. 1929—English
    *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Campbell* *Smart* *Newman*

  2771. The Sun Also Rises_7

  2772. 1926—English
    *Good* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Campbell* *Zane* *Deposit* *Newman*

  2773. The Garden of Eden_1

  2774. 1986—English

  2775. John Steinbeck

  2776. The Grapes of Wrath_11
    *Hundred* *Magill* *Learning* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Campbell* *Guardian* *Zane* *Deposit* *Graphic*

  2777. Zora Neale Hurston

  2778. Their Eyes Were Watching God_7
    *Bloom* *Kanigel* *Trinity* *Campbell* *Dirda* *Zane* *Harvard*

    Nathanael West
  2779. Miss Lonelyhearts_1

  2780. 1933—English

  2781. A Cool Million_1

  2782. 1934—English

  2783. The Day of the Locust_2

  2784. 1939—English
    *Bloom* *Smart*

    Richard Wright
  2785. Native Son_8

  2786. 1940—English
    *Learning* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Campbell* *Kanigel* *Zane* *Educated*

  2787. Black Boy_3

  2788. originally published in two volumes: Black Boy, 1945; American Hunger, published in part serially, in its entirety, 1977—English
    *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman*

    Eudora Welty
    • The Collected Stories of Eudora Welty_3

    1980; includes A Curtain of Green and Other Stories, 1941; The Wide Net and Other Stories, 1943; The Golden Apples, 1949; The Bride of the Innisfallen and Other Stories, 1955; plus two 'Uncollected Stories': 'Where Is the Voice Coming From?', 1963, and 'The Demonstrators', 1966, both originally published in the New Yorker—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Dirda*

  2789. Delta Wedding_1

  2790. 1946—English

  2791. The Robber Bridegroom_1

  2792. 1942—English

  2793. The Ponder Heart_1

  2794. originally published in the New Yorker, 1953—English

    Langston Hughes
    • Selected Poems_1

    1959; selections from The Weary Blues, 1926; Fine Clothes to the Jew, 1927; Shakespeare in Harlem, 1942; Fields of Wonder, 1947; One-Way Ticket, 1949; Montage of a Dream Deferred, 1951; plus other poems—English

  2795. The Big Sea_1

  2796. 1956—English

  2797. I Wonder as I Wander_1

  2798. 1940—English

    Edmund Wilson
  2799. The Shores of Light: A Literary Chronicle of the Twenties and Thirties_1

  2800. 1952; originally published in varied periodicals—English

  2801. Patriotic Gore: Studies in the Literature of the American Civil War_2

  2802. 1962—English
    *Bloom* *Smart*

    Kenneth Burke
  2803. Counter-Statement_1

  2804. 1931—English

  2805. A Rhetoric of Motives_1

  2806. 1950—English

    • Joseph Mitchell

    Up in the Old Hotel and Other Stories_1
    1992; includes McSorley's Wonderful Saloon, 1943—expanded for this edition; Old Mr. Flood, 1948; The Bottom of the Harbor, 1960; and Joe Gould's Secret, 1965; originally published in the New Yorker—English

  2807. Abraham Cahan

  2808. The Rise of David Levinsky_2
    *Bloom* *Kanigel*

    Kay Boyle
    • Three Short Novels_1

    1958; includes The Crazy Hunter [originally published as part of The Crazy Hunter: Three Short Novels [1940]]; The Bridgegroom's Body [originally published as part of The Crazy Hunter: Three Short Novels [1940]]; Decision [originally entitled 'Passport to Doom', published 1948 in the Saturday Evening Post]—English

  2809. The Crazy Hunter_1

  2810. originally published as part of The Crazy Hunter: Three Short Novels, 1940—English

  2811. The Bridgegroom's Body_1

  2812. originally published as part of The Crazy Hunter: Three Short Novels, 1940—English

  2813. Decision_1

  2814. originally entitled Passport to Doom, published 1948 in the Saturday Evening Post—English

    Ellen Glasgow
  2815. Barren Ground_2

  2816. 1925—English
    *Bloom* *Recommended*

  2817. Vein of Iron_1

  2818. 1935—English

  2819. John P Marquand

  2820. H M Pulham, Esquire_1

    John O'Hara
    • Collected Stories_2

    1984; selections from The Doctor's Son and Other Stories, 1935; Files on Parade, 1939; Pipe Night, 1945; Hellbox, 1947; Sermons and Soda Water, 1960; Assembly, 1961; The Cape Cod Lighter, 1962; The Hat on the Bed, 1963; The Horse Knows the Way, 1964; Waiting for Winter, 1966; And Other Stories, 1968—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  2821. Appointment at Samarra_3

  2822. 1934—English
    *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman*

  2823. Henry Roth

  2824. Call It Sleep_1

    Thornton Wilder
    • Three Plays_1

    1957; includes Our Town [1938]; The Skin of Our Teeth [1942]; and Matchmaker [1955]—English

  2825. Our Town_5

  2826. 1938—English
    *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Trinity* *Educated*

  2827. The Skin of Our Teeth_1

  2828. 1942—English

  2829. Matchmaker_1

  2830. 1955; based on his 1938 play, The Merchant of Yongers, itself based on John Oxenford's A Day Well Spent, 1835, and Johann Nestroy's Einen Jux Will er Sich Machen, 1842—English

    Robert Penn Warren
  2831. All the King's Men_5

  2832. 1946—English
    *Bloom* *Recommended* *Campbell* *Zane* *Smart*

  2833. World Enough and Time_1

  2834. 1950—English

    • Selected Poems, 1923-1975_1

    1976; includes Audubon: A Vision [1969]; and selections from Selected Poems, 1923-1943, 1944; Promises: Poems 1954-1956, 1957; You, Emperors, and Other Poems 1957-1960, 1960; Incarnations: Poems 1966-1968, 1968; Or Else: Poem/ Poems 1968-1974, 1974; plus a section of poems previously published, entitled Tale of Time: Poems 1960-1966; and a section of new poems entitled Can I See Arcturus From Where I Stand? Poems 1975—English

  2835. Audubon, a Vision_1

  2836. 1969—English

    Delmore Schwartz
    • Selected Poems: Summer Knowledge_1

    1959; first section, The Dream of Knowledge, originally published as In Dreams Begin Responsibilites [1938]; revised and expanded for this book; second section, Summer Knowledge, published in part in Vaudeville for a Princess, Mutiny, and Genesis Book One; and in the New Yorker and Art News—English

  2837. In Dreams Begin Responsibilities_1

  2838. 1938—English

    Weldon Kees
    • The Collected Poems of Weldon Kees_1

    1960; revised 1975; includes The Last Man [1943]; The Fall of the Magicians [1947]; Poems, 1947-1954 [1954]; plus a section entitled Uncollected Poems—English

  2839. The Last Man_1

  2840. 1943—English

  2841. The Fall of the Magicians_1

  2842. 1947—English

  2843. Poems, 1947-1954_1

  2844. 1954—English

    Elizabeth Bishop
    • The Complete Poems. 1927-1979_1

    1983; includes North and South [1946]; Poems: North and South&151;A Cold Spring [which includes North and South and a section of new poems, Cold Spring]; Questions of Travel [1965]; plus sections entitled Translations From the Portuguese and New and Uncollected Work—English

  2845. North and South_1

  2846. 1946—English

  2847. Questions of Travel_1

  2848. 1965—English

    John Berryman
    • Collected Poems 1937-1971_1

    1989; includes The Dispossessed [1948]; Homage to Mistress Bradstreet [1956]; Berryman's Sonnets [1967]; Love and Fame [1971]; Delusions Etc. [1972]; selections from Poems, 1942; His Thought Made Pockets and the Plane Buckt, 1958; plus nine of twenty poems originally published in Five Young American Poets, 1940; and 'Formal Elegy', originally published in Of Poetry and Power: Poems Occasioned by the Presidency and Death of John F Kennedy, 1964, and also included in Short Poems, 1967—English

  2849. The Dispossessed_1

  2850. 1948—English

  2851. Homage to Mistress Bradstreet_1

  2852. 1956—English

  2853. Berryman's Sonnets_1

  2854. 1967—English

  2855. Love and Fame_1

  2856. 1970—English

  2857. Delusions Etc._1

  2858. 1972—English

  2859. Paul Bowles

  2860. The Sheltering Sky_2
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

    Randall Jarrell
    • The Complete Poems_1

    1969; includes Blood for a Stranger [1942]; Little Friend, Little Friend [1945]; Losses [1948]; The Seven-League Crutches [1951]; The Woman at the Washington Zoo [1960]; The Lost World [1965]; selections from 'The Rage for the Lost Penny', Jarrell's portion of Five Young American Poets, 1940; plus sections entitled New Poems, Uncollected Poems (1934-1965), and Unpublished Poems (1935-1965)—English

  2861. Blood for a Stranger_1

  2862. 1942—English

  2863. Little Friend, Little Friend_1

  2864. 1945—English

  2865. Losses_1

  2866. 1948—English

  2867. The Seven-League Crutches_1

  2868. 1951—English

  2869. The Woman at the Washington Zoo_1

  2870. 1960—English

  2871. The Lost World_1

  2872. 1965—English

    Charles Olson
  2873. The Maximus Poems_1

  2874. originally published in four volumes: The Maximus Poems 1-10, 1953; The Maximus Poems, 11-22, 1956; The Maximus Poems IV, V, VI, 1968; The Maximus Poems: Volume Three, 1975—English

    • The Collected Poems of Charles Olson_1

    1987; includes Y & X [1948]; In Cold Hell, in Thicket [1953; includes one poem originally published in Y & X]; The Distances [1960; includes nine poems originally published in In Cold Hell, in Thicket]; O'Ryan [1960; expanded 1965]; West [1966]; plus poems originally published in Archaeologist of Morning, 1970; poems previously published in periodicals or anthologies; and new poems—English

  2875. Y & X_1

  2876. 1948—English

  2877. In Cold Hell, in Thicket_1

  2878. 1953; includes one poem originally published in Y & X—English

  2879. The Distances_1

  2880. 1960; includes nine poems originally published in In Cold Hell, in Thicket —English

  2881. O'Ryan_1

  2882. 1960; expanded 1966—English

  2883. West_1

  2884. 1966—English

    Robert Hayden
    • Collected Poems_2

    1985; includes A Ballad of Remembrance [1962]; Words in the Mourning Time [1970]; The Night-Blooming Cereus [1972]; Angle of Ascent [1975]; American Journal [1982]—English
    *Bloom* *Trinity*

  2885. A Ballad of Remembrance_2

  2886. 1962—English
    *Bloom* *Trinity*

  2887. Words in the Mourning Time_2

  2888. 1970—English
    *Bloom* *Trinity*

  2889. The Night-Blooming Cereus_2

  2890. 1972—English
    *Bloom* *Trinity*

  2891. Angle of Ascent_2

  2892. 1975—English
    *Bloom* *Trinity*

  2893. American Journal_2

  2894. 1982—English
    *Bloom* *Trinity*

    • Robert Lowell

    Twentieth Century—English

    Theodore Roethke
    • The Collected Poems of Theodore Roethke_1

    1966; includes Open House [1941]; The Lost Son and Other Poems [1948]; The Far Field [1964]; selections from Praise to the End!, 1951; The Waking, 1953; Words for the Wind, 1958; I Am! Says the Lamb, 1961; plus a section entitled Previously Uncollected Poems—English

  2895. Open House_1

  2896. 1941—English

  2897. The Lost Son and Other Poems_1

  2898. 1948—English

  2899. The Far Field_1

  2900. 1964—English

    Theodore Roethke and David Wagoner
  2901. Straw for the Fire: From the Notebooks of Theodore Roethke, 1943-63_1

  2902. 1972—English

    James Agee
  2903. Permit Me Voyage_1

  2904. 1934—English

  2905. Let Us Now Praise Famous Men_6

  2906. 1941; photography by Walker Evans—English
    *Bloom* *Recommended* *Utne* *Dirda* *Smart* *Deposit*

    • Jean Garrigue

    Selected Poems_1
    1992; selections from Thirty-Six Poems and a Few Songs, 1944; The Ego and the Centaur, 1947; The Monument Rose, 1953; A Water Walk by Villa d'Este, 1959; Country Without Maps, 1964; New and Selected Poems, 1967; Chartres and Prose Poems, 1970; Studies for an Actress and Other Poems, 1973; plus a section entitled Uncollected Poems—English

    May Swenson
  2907. New and Selected Things Taking Place_1

  2908. 1978; published in part in varied periodicals; plus selections from Another Animal, 1954; A Cage of Spines, 1958; To Mix With Time: New and Selected Poems, 1963; Half Sun Half Sleep: New Poems, 1967; Iconographs, 1970—English

  2909. In Other Words_1

  2910. 1987—English

  2911. Robert Duncan

  2912. Bending the Bow_1

    Richard Wilbur
    • New and Collected Poems_1

    1987; includes The Beautiful Changes and Other Poems [1947]; Ceremony and Other Poems [1950]; Things of This World [1956]; Advice to a Prophet and Other Poems [1961]; Walking to Sleep [1969]; The Mind-Reader [1976]; plus a section entitled New Poems—English

  2913. The Beautiful Changes and Other Poems_1

  2914. 1947—English

  2915. Ceremony and Other Poems_1

  2916. 1950—English

  2917. Things of This World_1

  2918. 1956—English

  2919. Advice to a Prophet and Other Poems_1

  2920. 1961—English

  2921. Walking to Sleep_1

  2922. 1969—English

  2923. The Mind-Reader_1

  2924. 1976—English

    • Richard Eberhart

    Collected Poems_1
    1988; selections from A Bravery of Earth, 1930; Reading the Spirit, 1936; Song and Idea, 1940; Poems New and Selected, 1944; Burr Oaks, 1947; Selected Poems, 1951; Undercliff: Poems 1946-1953, 1953; Great Praises, 1957; Collected Poems 1930-1960, 1960; The Quarry: New Poems, 1964; Selected Poems 1930-1965, 1965; Shifts of Being, 1968; Fields of Grace, 1972; Ways of Light: Poems 1972-1980, 1980; Four Poems, 1980; Florida Poems, 1981; The Long Reach: New and Uncollected Works 1948–1984, 1984; plus poems originally published in The Bread Loaf Anthology of Contemporary American Poetry, 1985; and 13 new poems—English

  2925. Melvin B Tolson

  2926. Harlem Gallery_1

  2927. Kenneth Koch

  2928. Seasons on Earth_1

    • Frank O'Hara

    The Selected Poems of Frank O'Hara_1

    James Schuyler
    • Collected Poems_1

    1993; includes Freely Espousing [1969]; The Crystal Lithium [1972]; Hymn to Life [1974]; The Morning of the Poem [1980]; A Few Days [1985]; selections from The Home Book: Prose and Poems, 1951-1970, 1977; plus a section entitled Last Poems—English

  2929. Freely Espousing_1

  2930. 1969—English

  2931. The Crystal Lithium_1

  2932. 1972—English

  2933. Hymn to Life_1

  2934. 1974—English

  2935. The Morning of the Poem_1

  2936. 1980—English

  2937. A Few Days_1

  2938. 1985—English

    James Baldwin
    • The Price of a Ticket: Collected Nonfiction, 1948-1985_1

    1985; includes Notes of a Native Son, 1955 [essays originally published 1949-53 in varied periodicals: Zero, Partisan Review, Commentary, the New Leader, Harper's, and the Reporter]; Nobody Knows My Name: More Notes of a Native Son, 1961 [essays originally published 1956-61 in varied periodicals: the New York Times, Encounter, Esquire, Harper's, Partisan Review, and the New Leader; plus two edited 1960 lectures; and part of an essay previously unpublished], The Fire Next Time [1963], No Name in the Street [1972], The Devil Finds Work [1976]; 24 essays previously published; and one new essay, 'The Price of a Ticket'—English

  2939. The Fire Next Time_4

  2940. originally published Dec. 1962 as 'Letter From a Region in My Mind', in the Progressive; and Nov. 1963 as 'Down at the Cross', in the New Yorker—English
    *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Utne*

  2941. No Name in the Street_2

  2942. 1972—English
    *Bloom* *Utne*

  2943. The Devil Finds Work_2

  2944. 1976—English
    *Bloom* *Utne*

    Saul Bellow
  2945. Seize the Day_3

  2946. 1956—English
    *Bloom* *Recommended* *Educated*

  2947. The Adventures of Augie March_4

  2948. 1953—English
    *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Smart*

  2949. Herzog_3

  2950. 1964—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Smart*

    John Cheever
    • The Stories of John Cheever_2

    1978; originally published in varied periodicals: the New Yorker, Esquire, the Saturday Evening Post, and Playboy; includes the anthologies: The Enormous Radio and Other Stories, 1953; The Housebreaker of Shady Hill and Other Stories, 1959; Some People, Places, and Things That Will Not Appear in My Next Novel, 1961; The Brigadier and the Golf Window, 1964; The World of Apples, 1973—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  2951. Bullet Park_1

  2952. 1969—English

  2953. Ralph Ellison

  2954. Invisible Man_12
    *Good* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Utne* *Campbell* *Norway* *Great* *Zane* *Smart* *Harvard* *Educated*

  2955. Truman Capote

  2956. In Cold Blood: A True Account of a Multiple Murder and Its Consequences_3
    originally published serially Sep.-Oct. 1965 in the New Yorker—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Smart*

    Carson McCullers
  2957. The Ballad of the Sad Cafe_2

  2958. 1951—English
    *Bloom* *Recommended*

  2959. The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter_3

  2960. 1940—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Harvard*

    Flannery O'Connor
    • Complete Stories_3

    1971; includes A Good Man Is Hard to Find and Other Stories, 1955; Everything That Rises Must Converge, 1965; plus 12 stories previously published in periodicals or anthologies—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Harvard*

  2961. The Violent Bear It Away_1

  2962. 1960; first chapter is revised version of 'You Can't Be Any Poorer Than Dead', New World Writing, Oct. 1955—English
    *Bloom* *Trinity*

  2963. Wise Blood_2

  2964. published in part, Apr. 1948, as 'The Train', the Sewanee Review; Feb. 1949, as 'The Heart of the Park', in the Partisan Review; Dec. 1949, as 'The Peeler', in the Partisan Review; and Apr. 1952, as 'Enoch and the Gorilla', in New World Writing; in its entirety, 1952—English
    *Bloom* *Trinity*

    Vladimir Nabokov
  2965. Lolita_11

  2966. 1955—English
    *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Norway* *Great* *Guardian* *Zane* *GlobeMail* *Harvard* *Deposit* *Graphic*

  2967. Pale Fire_8

  2968. 1962—English
    *List* *Ward* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Zane* *Smart* *Harvard*

    Gore Vidal
  2969. Myra Breckinridge_2

  2970. 1968—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  2971. Lincoln_1

  2972. 1984—English

  2973. William Styron

  2974. The Long March_2
    originally entitled Long March, published 1953 in Discovery—English
    *Bloom* *Smart*

    J D Salinger
  2975. Catcher in the Rye_8

  2976. 1951—English
    *Van Doren* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Guardian* *Zane* *Taylor* *Graphic*

    • Nine Stories_4

    originally published 1948-53 in varied periodicals: the New Yorker, Harper's, and the Information World Review—English
    *Van Doren* *Bloom* *Zane* *Harvard*

  2977. Wright Morris

  2978. Ceremony in Lone Tree_1

    Bernard Malamud
    • The Stories of Bernard Malamud_1

    1983; originally published 1950-73 in the Partisan Review and other periodicals—English

  2979. The Fixer_2

  2980. 1966—English
    *Bloom* *Recommended*

    Norman Mailer
  2981. Advertisements for Myself_1

  2982. 1959; published in part in varied periodicals—English

  2983. The Executioner's Song_2

  2984. 1979—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  2985. Ancient Evenings_1

  2986. 1983—English

    John Hawkes
  2987. The Cannibal_1

  2988. 1949—English

  2989. Second Skin_1

  2990. 1964—English

  2991. William Gaddis

  2992. The Recognitions_2
    *Bloom* *Fadiman*

    Tennessee Williams
  2993. The Glass Menagerie_4

  2994. 1944—English
    *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Campbell*

  2995. A Streetcar Named Desire_5

  2996. 1947—English
    *Van Doren* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Educated*

  2997. Summer and Smoke_1

  2998. 1948; later revised and retitled The Eccentricities of a Nightingale—English

  2999. Arthur Miller

  3000. Death of a Salesman_6
    *Van Doren* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Campbell* *Educated*

  3001. Edwin Justus Mayer

  3002. Children of Darkness_1

    • Harold Brodkey

    Stories in an Almost Classical Mode_1
    originally published 1963-88 in varied periodicals, except 'Angel', published as part of Women and Angels, 1985—English

  3003. Ursula K Le Guin

  3004. The Left Hand of Darkness_2
    *Bloom* *Harvard*

    • Raymond Carver

    Where I'm Calling From: New and Selected Stories_1
    1988; originally published 1971-87 in part in varied periodicals: Harper's Bazaar, Esquire, the Chicago Review, the Seneca Review, the Iowa Review, the Colorado State Review, the Carolina Quarterly, Sou'wester, the Kansas Quarterly, Quarterly West, the Missouri Review, Spectrum, Discourse, Playgirl, the Chariton Review, Antaeus, the New Yorker, the Atlantic Monthly, Granta—English

  3005. Robert Coover

  3006. Spanking the Maid_1

    Don DeLillo
  3007. White Noise_3

  3008. 1985—English
    *Bloom* *Harvard* *Educated*

  3009. Libra_1

  3010. 1988—English

  3011. Running Dog_1

  3012. 1978—English

  3013. Mao II_1

  3014. 1991—English

    John Crowley
  3015. Little, Big: or, The Fairies' Parliament_2

  3016. 1981—English
    *Bloom* *Harvard*

  3017. Ægypt_1

  3018. 1987; revised 2007, retitled Solitudes—English

  3019. Love and Sleep_1

  3020. 1994—English

  3021. Guy Davenport

  3022. Tatlin_1

    James Dickey
    • The Early Motion_1

    includes Drowning With Others [1962]; Helmets [1964]—English

  3023. Drowning With Others_1

  3024. 1962—English

  3025. Helmets_1

  3026. 1964—English

    • The Central Motion_1

    includes The Eye-Beaters, Blood, Victory, Madness, Buckhead, and Mercy [1968]; The Zodiac [1976]; The Strength of Fields [1979]; plus selections of the author's translations from Head-Deep in Strange Sounds: Free-Flight Improvisations From the unEnglish [1979]—English

  3027. The Eye-Beaters, Blood, Victory, Madness, Buckhead, and Mercy_1

  3028. 1968—English

  3029. The Zodiac_1

  3030. 1976—English

  3031. The Strength of Fields_1

  3032. 1979—English

    E L Doctorow
  3033. The Book of Daniel_1

  3034. 1971—English

  3035. World's Fair_1

  3036. 1985—English

  3037. Stanley Elkin

  3038. The Living End_1

    William Gass
  3039. In the Heart of the Heart of the Country_1

  3040. 1968—English

  3041. Omensetter's Luck_1

  3042. 1966—English

  3043. Russell Hoban

  3044. Riddley Walker_1

    Denis Johnson
  3045. Angels_1

  3046. 1983—English

  3047. Fiskadoro_1

  3048. 1985—English

  3049. Jesus' Son_2

  3050. 1992—English
    *Bloom* *Zane*

    Cormac McCarthy
  3051. Blood Meridian or The Evening Redness in the West_4

  3052. 1985—English
    *Bloom* *Recommended* *Zane* *Graphic*

  3053. Suttree_1

  3054. 1979—English

  3055. Child of God_1

  3056. 1973—English

    William Kennedy
  3057. Ironweed_1

  3058. 1983—English

  3059. Legs_1

  3060. 1975—English

  3061. Billy Phelan's Greatest Game_1

  3062. 1978—English

  3063. Quinn's Book_1

  3064. 1988—English

  3065. Very Old Bones_1

  3066. 1992—English

  3067. The Flaming Corsage_1

  3068. 1996—English

  3069. Roscoe_1

  3070. 2002—English

  3071. Chango's Beads and Two-Tone Shoes _1

  3072. 2012—English

  3073. Toni Morrison

  3074. Song of Solomon_4
    *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Harvard* *Educated*

  3075. Gloria Naylor

  3076. The Women of Brewster Place_1

  3077. Joyce Carol Oates

  3078. Them_1

  3079. Walker Percy

  3080. The Moviegoer_2
    *Bloom* *Smart*

  3081. Grace Paley

  3082. The Little Disturbances of Man_1

    Thomas Pynchon
  3083. V_1

  3084. 1963; revised for U K edition published the same year—English

  3085. The Crying of Lot 49_3

  3086. 1966—English
    *Bloom* *Recommended* *Smart*

  3087. Gravity's Rainbow_4

  3088. 1973—English
    *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Graphic*

    Cynthia Ozick
    • 'Envy, or Yiddish in America'_1

    originally published Nov. 1969 in Commentary; included in The Pagan Rabbi and Other Stories, 1971—English

  3089. The Messiah of Stockholm_1

  3090. 1987—English

  3091. Ishmael Reed

  3092. Mumbo Jumbo_1

    Philip Roth
  3093. Portnoy's Complaint_3

  3094. 1969—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Deposit*

  3095. My Life as a Man_1

  3096. 1974—English

  3097. The Ghost Writer_1

  3098. 1979—English

  3099. Zuckerman Bound_1

  3100. 1981—English

  3101. The Anatomy Lesson_1

  3102. 1983—English

  3103. The Prague Orgy_1

  3104. 1985—English

  3105. The Counterlife_1

  3106. 1986—English

  3107. Patrimony: A True Story_1

  3108. 1991—English

  3109. Operation Shylock_1

  3110. 1993—English

    James Salter
  3111. Solo Faces_1

  3112. 1979—English

  3113. Light Years_1

  3114. 1975—English

    Robert Stone
  3115. Dog Soliders_1

  3116. 1974—English

  3117. A Flag for Sunrise_1

  3118. 1981—English

    John Barth
  3119. The Floating Opera_1

  3120. 1956—English

  3121. The End of the Road_1

  3122. 1958—English

  3123. The Sot-Weed Factor_3

  3124. 1960—English
    *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman*

    Walter Abish
  3125. Alphabetical Africa_1

  3126. 1974—English

  3127. How German Is It (Wie Deutsch Ist Es)_1

  3128. 1980—English

  3129. Eclipse Fever_1

  3130. 1993—English

    • 'I Am the Dust Under Your Feet'_1

    originally published 1987 in Conjunctions—English

    Donald Barthelme
    • Forty Stories_1

    1987; published in part in varied periodicals: the New Yorker, the Paris Review, Harper's, 1969-87—English

  3131. The Dead Father_1

  3132. 1975—English

  3133. Thomas M Disch

  3134. On the Wings of Song_1
    originally published serially Feb.-Apr. 1979 in the Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction—Greek

  3135. Paul Theroux

  3136. The Mosquito Coast_1

  3137. John Updike

  3138. The Witches of Eastwick_1

  3139. Kurt Vonnegut

  3140. Cat's Cradle_3
    *Bloom* *Recommended* *Harvard*

    Edmund White
  3141. Forgetting Elena_1

  3142. 1973—English

  3143. Nocturnes for the King of Naples_1

  3144. 1978—English

  3145. James McCourt

  3146. Time Remaining_1

  3147. James Wilcox

  3148. Modern Baptists_1

    A R Ammons
    • Collected Poems, 1951-1971_1

    1972; includes the entirety, or nearly all, of Ommateum, With Doxology [1955]; Expressions of Sea Level [1964]; Corsons Inlet [1965]; Northfield Poems [1966]; Uplands [1970]; Briefings: Poems Small and Easy [1971]—English

  3149. Ommateum, With Doxology_1

  3150. 1955—English

  3151. Expressions of Sea Level_1

  3152. 1964—English

  3153. Corsons Inlet_1

  3154. 1965—English

  3155. Northfield Poems_1

  3156. 1966—English

  3157. Uplands_1

  3158. 1970—English

  3159. Briefings: Poems Small and Easy _1

  3160. 1971—English

    • Selected Longer Poems_1

    1980; includes 'Pray Without Ceasing' [part of Diversifications, 1975]; 'Summer Session 1968' [part of Uplands, 1970]; 'Essay on Poetics' [originally published Autumn 1970 in the Hudson Review]; 'Extremes and Moderations'; and 'Hibernaculum' [both originally published in Collected Poems 1951-1971, 1972]—English

  3161. Sphere: The Form of a Nation_1

  3162. 1974—English

    John Ashbery
  3163. The Double Dream of Spring_1

  3164. 1970—English

  3165. Houseboat Days_1

  3166. 1977—English

    • Selected Poems_1

    1985; selections from Some Trees, 1956; The Tennis Court Oath, 1962; Rivers and Mountains, 1966; The Double Dream of Spring, 1970; Three Poems, 1972; Self-Portrait in a Convex Mirror, 1975; Houseboat Days, 1977; As We Know, 1979; Shadow Train, 1981; A Wave, 1984—English

  3167. Flow Chart_1

  3168. 1991—English

  3169. Hotel Lautréaumont_1

  3170. 1992—English

  3171. And the Stars Were Shining_1

  3172. 1994—English

    David Mamet
  3173. American Buffalo_1

  3174. 1975—English

  3175. Speed-the-Plow_1

  3176. 1988—English

  3177. David Rabe

  3178. Streamers_1

    Sam Shephard
    • Seven Plays_1

    1981; includes La Turista [1967]; The Tooth of Crime [1972]; Curse of the Starving Class [1976]; Buried Child [1979]; True West [1981]; Savage/ Love [1981]; Tongues [1981; with Joseph Chaikin]—English

  3179. La Turista_1

  3180. 1967—English

  3181. The Tooth of Crime_1

  3182. 1972—English

  3183. Curse of the Starving Class_1

  3184. 1976—English

  3185. Buried Child_1

  3186. 1979—English

  3187. True West_1

  3188. 1981—English

  3189. Savage/ Love_1

  3190. 1981—English

  3191. Sam Shephard and Joseph Chaikin

  3192. Tongues_1

    August Wilson
  3193. Fences_1

  3194. 1983—English

  3195. Joe Turner's Come and Gone_2

  3196. 1984—English
    *Bloom* *Utne*

    • Anthony Hecht

    Collected Earlier Poems_1
    1990; includes The Hard Hours [1967]; Millions of Strange Shadows [1977]; The Venetian Vespers [1979]; selections from A Summoning of Stones, 1954—English

  3197. The Hard Hours_1

  3198. 1967—English

  3199. Millions of Strange Shadows_1

  3200. 1977—English

  3201. The Venetian Vespers_1

  3202. 1979—English

    • Edgar Bowers

    Living Together: New and Selected Poems_1
    1973; selections from The Form of Loss, 1956; The Astronomers, 1965; plus six new poems—English

    • Donald Justice

    Selected Poems_1
    1979; selections from The Summer Anniversaries, 1960; Night Light, 1967; Departures, 1973; plus a section entitled Uncollected Poems—English

    James Merrill
    • From the First Nine: Poems 1946-1976_1

    1982; selections from The Black Swan, 1946; First Poems, 1951; The Country of a Thousand Years of Peace, 1959; Water Street, 1962; Nights and Days, 1966; The Fire Screen, 1969; Braving the Elements, 1972; The Yellow Pages, 1974; Divine Comedies, 1976—English

  3203. The Changing Light at Sandover_1

  3204. originally published as 'The Book of Ephraim', in Divine Comedies, 1976; Mirabell: Books of Number, 1978; and Scripts for the Pageant, 1980; published as a single work, with the addition of 'The Higher Keys', 1982—English

    • W S Merwin

    Selected Poems_1
    1988; selections from A Mask for Janus, 1952; The Dancing Bears, 1954; Green With Beasts, 1956; The Drunk in the Furnace, 1960; The Moving Target, 1963; The Lice, 1967; The Carrier of Ladders, 1970; Writings to an Unfinished Accompaniment, 1973; The Compass Flower, 1977; Opening the Hand, 1983—English

    James Wright
    • Above the River: The Complete Poems_1

    1990; includes all but five poems of The Green Wall [1957]; the entirety of Saint Judas [1959]; The Branch Will Not Break [1963]; Shall We Gather at the River [1968]; Two Citizens [1973]; To a Blossoming Pear Tree [1977]; This Journey [1982]; plus two poems originally published in Collected Poems, 1971, and sections entitled Selected Prose [consisting of selections from Moments in the Indian Summer, 1976; and The Summers of Annie and James Wright, 1981], New Poems (from Collected Poems, 1971); and Some Translations (from Collected Poems, 1971, and New Translations)—English


  3205. The Green Wall_1

  3206. 1957—English

  3207. Saint Judas_1

  3208. 1959—English

  3209. The Branch Will Not Break_1

  3210. 1963—English

  3211. Shall We Gather at the River_1

  3212. 1968—English

  3213. Two Citizens_1

  3214. 1973—English

  3215. To a Blossoming Pear Tree_1

  3216. 1977—English

  3217. This Journey_1

  3218. 1982—English

    • Galway Kinnell

    Selected Poems_1
    1982; selections from What a Kingdom It Was, 1960; Flower Herding on Mount Monadnock, 1964; Body Rags, 1968; First Poems 1946-1954, 1970; The Book of Nightmares, 1973; Mortal Acts, Mortal Words, 1980—English

    Philip Levine
    • Selected Poems_1

    1984; includes Pili's Wall [1971]; selections from On the Edge, 1963; Not This Pig, 1968; Red Dust, 1971; They Feed the Lion, 1972; 1933, 1974; The Names of the Lost, 1976; Ashes, 1979; Seven Years From Somewhere, 1979; One for the Rose, 1981—English

  3219. Pili's Wall_1

  3220. 1971—English

    • Irving Feldman

    New and Selected Poems_1
    1979; selections from Work and Days, 1961; The Pripet Marshes, 1965; Magic Papers, 1970; Lost Originals, 1972; Leaping Chair, 1976; plus 11 new poems—English

    Donald Hall
  3221. The One Day_1

  3222. 1988—English

    • Old and New Poems_1

    1990; selections from Exiles and Marriages, 1955; The Dark Houses, 1958; A Roof of Tiger Lilies, 1963; The Alligator Bride, 1969; The Yellow Poem, 1971; The Town of Hill, 1975; Kicking the Leaves, 1978; The Toy Bone, 1979; The Happy Man, 1986; plus a section entitled 1987-1990 and four poems previously published in periodicals or anthologies—English

    Alvin Feinman
    • Poems_1

    1990; includes Preambles and Other Poems [1964], revised; plus new poems—English

  3223. Preambles and Other Poems_1

  3224. 1964; revised for inclusion in Poems, 1990—English

    Richard Howard
  3225. Untitled Subjects_1

  3226. 1969—English

  3227. Findings_1

  3228. 1971—English

    John Hollander
  3229. Reflections on Espionage_1

  3230. 1976—English

    • Selected Poetry_1

    1993; includes Powers of Thirteen [1983]; selections from A Crackling of Thorns, 1958; Movie-Going and Other Poems, 1962; The Night Mirror, 1971; Town and Country Matters, 1972; Tales Told of the Fathers, 1975; In Place, 1978; Spectral Emanations, 1978; Blue Wine, 1979; Harp Lake, 1988—English

  3231. Powers of Thirteen_1

  3232. 1983—English

  3233. Tessarae and Other Poems_1

  3234. 1993—English

    • Gary Snyder

    No Nature: New and Selected Poems_1
    1992; selections from Riprap and Cold Mountain Poems, 1959; Myths and Texts, 1960; Mountains and Rivers Without End, 1965; The Back Country, 1967; Regarding Wave, 1969; Turtle Island, 1974; Axe Handles, 1983; Left Out in the Rain, 1988—English

    • Charles Simic

    Selected Poems 1963-1983_1
    1990; selections from Dismantling the Silence, 1971; Return to a Place Lit by a Glass of Milk, 1974; Charon's Cosmology, 1977; Classic Ballroom Dances, 1980; White, 1980; Austerities, 1982; Weather Forecast for Utopia and Vicinity: Poems 1967-1982, 1983—English

    Mark Strand
    • Selected Poems_1

    1980; selections from Sleeping With One Eye Open, 1964; Reasons for Moving, 1968; Darker, 1970; The Story of Our Lives, 1973; The Late Hour, 1978; New Poems, 1980—English

  3235. The Continuous Life_1

  3236. 1990—English

  3237. Dark Harbor_1

  3238. 1993—English

    Charles Wright
    • The World of the Ten Thousand Things: Poems 1980-1990_1

    1990; includes The Southern Cross [1981]; The Other Side of the River [1984]; Zone Journals [1988]; Xionia [1990]—English


  3239. The Southern Cross_1

  3240. 1981—English

  3241. The Other Side of the River_1

  3242. 1984—English

  3243. Zone Journals_1

  3244. 1988—English

  3245. Xionia_1

  3246. 1990—English

    Jay Wright
  3247. Dimensions of History_1

  3248. 1976—English

  3249. The Double Invention of Komo_1

  3250. 1980—English

    • Selected Poems of Jay Wright_1

    1987; selections from Death as History, 1967; The Homecoming Singer, 1971; Soothsayers and Omens, 1976; Dimensions of History, 1976; The Double Invention of Koma, 1980; Explications/ Interpretations, 1984—English

  3251. Elaine's Book_1

  3252. 1988—English

  3253. Boleros_1

  3254. 1991—English

  3255. Amy Clampitt

  3256. Westward_1

    • Allen Grossman

    The Ether Dome and Other Poems: New and Selected 1979-1991_1
    1991; selections from The Woman on the Bridge Over the Chicago River, 1979; Of the Great House, 1982; The Bright Nails Scattered on the Ground, 1986; plus a section of new poems entitled Pastorals of Our Other Hours in the Millennium—English

    • Howard Moss_1

    New Selected Poems
    1985; selections from The Wound and the Weather, 1946; The Toy Fair, 1954; A Swimmer in the Air, 1957; A Winter Come, a Summer Gone, 1960; Finding Them Lost, 1965; Second Nature, 1968; New Poems, 1971; Buried City, 1975; A Swim Off the Rocks, 1976; Notes From the Castle, 1980; Rules of Sleep, 1984—English

  3257. James Applewhite

  3258. River Writing: An Eno Journal_1

  3259. J D McClatchy

  3260. The Rest of the Way_1

  3261. Alfred Corn

  3262. A Call in the Midst of the Crowd_1

  3263. Douglas Crase

  3264. The Revisionist_1

    Rita Dove
    • Selected Poems_1

    1993; includes The Yellow House on the Corner [1980]; Museum [1983]; Thomas and Beulah [1986]—English

  3265. The Yellow House on the Corner_1

  3266. 1980—English

  3267. Museum_1

  3268. 1983—English

  3269. Thomas and Beulah_1

  3270. 1986—English

    • Thylias Moss_1

    Small Congregations: New and Selected Poems
    1993; selections from Hosiery Seams on a Bowlegged Woman, 1983; Pyramid in Blue, 1990; At Redbones, 1990; Rainbow Remnants in Rock Bottom Ghetto Sky, 1991; plus 26 new poems—English

  3271. Edward Hirsch

  3272. Earthly Measures_1

  3273. Tony Kushner

  3274. Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes_2
    originally presented in two parts: Millennium Approaches, 1990; and Perestroika, 1992—English
    *Bloom* *Utne*