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Alan Willard Brown and Members of the Faculty of Columbia College
Classics of the Western World [1943]

    627 entries: 482 monographical, 145 otherwise
    Unranked—arranged chronologically

    Classics of the Western World, published in three editions, 1927, 1934, and 1943, is based upon the reading lists from Columbia University's "great books" courses: the General Honors course, which turned into the Colloquium on Important Books; and the courses, Contemporary Civilization and Humanities. However, being a successful project published by the American Library Association, it warrants status as an separate list. An earlier version, Outline of Readings in Important Books, also based on Columbia classes, was published in 1924. For the most part, the Classics and Outline lists overlap, but the differences between them are significant enough that Outline conceivably could count as a separate list. It has a similar set-up, with both "required" and "recommended" entries, and is presented more clearly and includes fewer excerpts of works. Overall, it is a shorter, simpler list--alas, it was apparently supplanted by the Classics book, leading to its exclusion. The link above takes you to a full-text scan of Outline.

    According to the book's Introduction, the faculty members who contributed are those "who taught Colloquium from 1940 to 1942, most of whom have been involved in the course since it succeeded General Honors in 1932: Professor Jacques Barzun, of the Department of History; Dr. Mason Gross and Professor James Gutmann, of the Department of Philosophy; Professor Moses Hadas of the Department of Classics; and Professor Lionel Trilling, Professor Raymond Weaver, Dr. Andrew Chiappe, and myself [Alan Willard Brown], of the Department of English." Of these eight, four of them (Barzun, Gross, Hadas, and Trilling) were major intellectual figures of mid-Twentieth Century America, when the nation arguably was at its peak, politically, culturally, and (more obviously) economically and militarily; you can read about them in many encyclopedias or biographical directories.

    Each section, usually defined by author ("Homer" and so on), is split into two sets of readings; the list used for this project only features the first, the "primary documents," not the second, which consists of literary criticism, biographies, and so on. The first sub-section also includes several recommended translations and versions; these are rarely noted, unlike with some other lists in the project, such as Harold Bloom's, wherein the list's creators wanted to give especial attention to certain translations.

    The primary readings in these sub-sections are further split in two: the first set being the most significant, in alphabetical order; the second set, not as important, is arranged in order of "readability or importance, depending on the author," but actually the reader is given no indication throughout the text which authors have their secondary readings listed by which of those two factors.

    If an author's works are split into genres, each entry has two sets of sub-sections (the works themselves, and the works as split into genres), without us knowing which is higher in the organizational hierarchy. The reader also does not know if the order in which the different genres are listed has any meaning. In most cases, the readings under a genre tag seem to have been placed within the second set of readings, or the primary readings come from one genre while the secondary readings are of multiple genres. Or the editors could have intended the genre tag to indicate a new sub-section, instead of it being entirely subsumed into the sub-section of secondary readings. In other cases, a page break comes where we can assume a split between two sets of readings, but that assumption isn't safe. Overall, given the complexity of the arrangement of the works under each author, and the ineffective way in which the editors (or printers) arranged them, we sometimes cannot determine if certain works are considered to be primary or secondary. These distinctions of course are not relevant to this project, but might be to those making use of this particular list.

  1. Iliad_33

  2. 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
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  3. Odýsseia_36
    The Odyssey
    ca. Ninth-Eighth centuries B.C; Mallison ("Smart") specifies Robert Fitzgerald's English translation—Greek

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    • The Book of Genesis_5

    part of the Bible—Hebrew; Aramaic; Greek
    *Durant* *Classics* *Learning* *Foundation* *Great*

    • The Book of Amos_2

    part of the Bible—Hebrew; Aramaic; Greek
    *Durant* *Classics*

    • The Book of Isaiah [excerpted]_1

    verses 41-56; part of the Bible—Hebrew; Aramaic; Greek

    • The Book of Job_8

    part of the Bible—Hebrew; Aramaic; Greek
    *Eliot* *Durant* *Invitation* *Classics* *Rexroth* *Foundation* *Norway* *Great*

    • Ecclesiastes_5

    part of the Bible—Hebrew; Aramaic; Greek
    *Eliot* *Durant* *Classics* *Foundation* *Kanigel*

    • Song of Songs_3

    Song of Solomon; Canticles
    part of the Bible—Hebrew; Aramaic; Greek

    *Durant* *Classics* *Rexroth*

    • The Book of Psalms [excerpted]_1

  4. nos. 1, 8, 19, 23, 29, 51, 90, 91, 104, 121, 128, 137, 139, 148, 150; part of the Bible—Hebrew; Aramaic; Greek

  5. Oresteia_19

  6. The House of Atreus
    458 B.C—Greek

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  7. Promētheus Desmōtēs_12

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

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  9. Persai_3

  10. The Persians
    472 B.C—Greek

    *Classics* *Adler* *Bloom*

  11. Hepta epi Thēbas_4

  12. Seven Against Thebes
    467 B.C—Greek

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

  13. Hiketides_3

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

    *Classics* *Adler* *Bloom*

  15. Antigone_22

  16. ca. 441 B.C—Greek
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  17. Ēlektra_4

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

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

  19. Oidipous Tyrannos_25

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

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  21. Philoktētēs_5

  22. Philocetes
    409 B.C—Greek

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

  23. Aias_5

  24. Ajax
    ca. 450-430 B.C—Greek

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

  25. Trachiniai_4

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

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

  27. Oidipous epi Kolōnō_20

  28. Oedipus at Colonus
    401 B.C—Greek

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  29. Mēdeia_17

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

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  31. Ēlektra _7

  32. Electra
    written ca. 413 B.C—Greek

    *Classics* *Ward* *Magill* *Adler* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Great*

  33. Hippolytos _11

  34. 428 B.C—Greek
    *Eliot* *Classics* *Downs* *Rexroth* *Read* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Adler* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman*

  35. Trōiades _8

  36. The Trojan Woman
    415 B.C—Greek

    *Classics* *Downs* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Adler* *Recommended* *Fadiman*

  37. Bakchai _14

  38. The Bacchae
    405 B.C—Greek

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

  39. Alkēstis_6

  40. Alcestis
    438 B.C—Greek

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

  41. Iōn _5

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

  43. Iphigeneia en Taurois _4

  44. Iphigeneia in Tauris
    written ca. 414-12 B.C—Greek

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

  45. Kyklōps_4

  46. Cyclops
    late Fifth Century B.C—Greek

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

  47. Herodotus

  48. Historiē_25
    Fifth Century B.C—Greek

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  49. Thucydides

  50. History of the Peloponnesian War_23
    early Fifth Century B.C—Greek
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  51. Bátrachoi_10

  52. The Frogs
    405 B.C—Greek

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  53. Nephelai_11

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

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  55. Ornithes_13

  56. The Birds
    414 B.C—Greek

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  57. Lysistrate_13

  58. 411 B.C—Greek
    *Classics* *Downs* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Adler* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Trinity* *Great* *Newman* *Graphic*

  59. Thesmophoriazousai_5

  60. 411 B.C—Greek
    *Classics* *List* *Ward* *Adler* *Trinity*

  61. Akharneîs_5

  62. The Acharnians
    425 B.C—Greek

    *Classics* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Adler* *Trinity*

  63. Eirēnē_5

  64. Peace
    421 B.C—Greek

    *Classics* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Adler* *Trinity*

  65. Apologia Socratis_16

  66. The Apology
    early Fourth Century B.C—Greek

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  67. Crito_13

  68. early Fourth Century B.C—Greek
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  69. Euthyphro_6

  70. early Fourth Century B.C—Greek
    *Classics* *Rexroth* *Van Doren* *Adler* *Campbell* *O'Hear*

  71. Protagoras_5

  72. early Fourth Century B.C—Greek
    *Classics* *Van Doren* *Read* *Adler* *Fadiman*

  73. Symposium_10

  74. early Fourth Century B.C—Greek
    *Invitation* *Classics* *Downs* *Read* *Van Doren* *Adler* *Good* *Fadiman* *Foundation* *Graphic*

  75. Phaedo_14

  76. early Fourth Century B.C—Greek
    *Lubbock* *Durant* *Eliot* *Classics* *Rexroth* *Downs* *Read* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Adler* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Campbell* *O'Hear*

  77. Politeia_24

  78. The Republic
    early Fourth Century B.C—Greek

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  79. Phaedrus_3

  80. early Fourth Century B.C—Greek
    *Classics* *Adler* *Read*

  81. Theaetetus_4

  82. early Fourth Century B.C—Greek
    *Classics* *Read* *Van Doren* *Adler*

  83. Sophist_4

  84. early Fourth Century B.C—Greek
    *Classics* *Read* *Van Doren* *Adler*

  85. Timaeus_3

  86. early Fourth Century B.C—Greek
    *Classics* *Downs* *Adler*

  87. Ethika Nikomacheia_16

  88. Nicomachean Ethics
    Fourth Century B.C—Greek

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  89. Peri Poiêtikês_15
    De Poetica; Poetics
    Fourth Century B.C—Greek

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    • De Anima [excerpted]_1

  90. Books I-II; Fourth Century B C—Greek

  91. Olynthiacs_2

  92. 349 B.C—Greek
    *Classics* *Ward*

  93. First Philippic_3

  94. ca. 351-50 B.C—Greek
    *Classics* *Downs* *Ward*

  95. On the Crown_3

  96. 330 B.C—Greek
    *Lubbock* *Baldwin* *Classics*

  97. Aeschines

  98. On the Crown_1
    Against Ctesiphon


    Titus Maccius Plautus
  99. Amphitryo_3

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

  101. Menaechmi_2

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

  103. Miles Gloriosus_3

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

  105. Mostellaria_2

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

  107. Rudens_3

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

    Terence (Publius Terentius Afer)
  109. Phormio_2

  110. 161 B.C—Latin
    *Classics* *Ward*

  111. Andria_3

  112. 166 B.C—Latin
    *Classics* *Ward* *Bloom*

  113. Hecrya_3

  114. 165 B.C—Latin
    *Classics* *Ward* *Bloom*

  115. Heauton Timorumenos_2

  116. 163 B.C—Latin
    *Classics* *Ward*

  117. Eunuchus_3

  118. 161 B.C—Latin
    *Classics* *Ward* *Bloom*

  119. Adelphi_2

  120. 160 B.C—Latin
    *Classics* *Ward*

  121. Apollonius of Rhodes

  122. Argonautica_2
    *Classics* *Ward*

  123. Theocritus_3

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

  125. Bion of Smyrna_1

  126. Poetry
    17 fragments and 'Epitaph of Adonis' are extant; Second Century B C—Greek

  127. Moschus_1
    Second Century B C—Greek

    • The Greek Anthology_2

  128. originally compiled First Century B C by Meleager of Gadara; definitive version compiled Tenth Century by Constantine Cephalus—Greek
    *Classics* *Rexroth*

    Marcus Tullius Cicero
  129. In Catilinam I-IV_1

  130. written 63 B.C—Latin

  131. Pro Archia Poeta_1

  132. written 62 B.C—Latin

  133. Pro Cluentio_1

  134. written 66 B.C—Latin

  135. Pro Milone_1
    written 52 B.C—Latin

    • Second Philippic_1

  136. First Century B C—Latin

  137. Laelius de Amicitia_5

  138. written 44 B.C—Latin
    *Lubbock* *Baldwin* *Eliot* *Classics* *Read*

  139. Cato Major de Senectute_6
    written 44 B.C—Latin
    *Lubbock* *Baldwin* *Eliot* *Classics* *Read* *Ward*

    • De Officiis [excerpted]_1

    Book I; written 44 B.C—Latin

    • Tusculanae Disputationes [excerpted]_1

    Book I; written ca. 45 B.C—Latin

    • De Finibus [excerpted]_1

    Book V; written 44 B.C—Latin

    • Letters_3

  140. First Century B C—Latin
    *Eliot* *Classics* *Downs*

    Caius Julius Caesar
  141. Commentarii de Bello Gallico_4

  142. ca. 40 B.C—Latin
    *Classics* *Downs* *Rexroth* *Great*

  143. Commentarii de Bello Civili_2

  144. ca. 40 B.C—Latin
    *Classics* *Rexroth*

  145. Titus Lucretius Carus

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

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  147. Catullus

  148. Poems_6
    First Century B.C—Latin
    *Powys* *Classics* *Downs* *Rexroth* *Ward* *Newman*

    Virgil (Publius Vergilius Maro)
  149. Aeneid_26

  150. First Century B.C; Mallison ("Smart") specifies Dudley Fitts and Robert Fagles's English translation—Latin
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  151. Eclogues_4

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

  153. Georgics_4

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

    Horace (Quintus Horatius Flaccus)
  155. Carmina_11

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

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  157. Epodon_6

  158. Epodes
    30 B.C—Latin

    *Baldwin* *Classics* *Read* *Ward* *Trinity* *Newman*

  159. Satirae_6

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

  161. Epistularum_4

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

  163. Ars Poetica_5
    ca. 10-8 B.C—Latin
    *Classics* *Read* *Ward* *Magill* *Trinity*

    • Livy (Titus Livius)

  164. Ab Urbe Condita Libri [excerpted]_1
    History of Rome
    Books 1, 2, 5, 21-2; First Century B.C—Latin


  165. Metamorphoseon_14

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

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  167. Ars Amatoria_4

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

    Lucius Annaeus Seneca
  169. Phaedra_1

  170. First Century—Latin

  171. Thyestes_2

  172. First Century—Latin
    *Classics* *Magill*

  173. De Constantia Sapientis_1

  174. First Century—Latin

  175. De Brevitate Vitae_2

  176. First Century—Latin
    *Classics* *Great*

  177. De Consolatione ad Marciam_1
    ca. 40-45—Latin

    • Correspondence [excerpted]_1

    Letters 1-28, 47, 77, 107-8—Latin

    • The New Testament_1

  178. part of the Bible—Hebrew; Aramaic; Greek

  179. Petronius
    late First Century—Latin
    *Classics* *Rexroth* *Ward* *Bloom* *Dirda* *Great* *Newman*

    • Quintilian (Marcus Fabius Quintilianus)

    Insitutio Oratoria [excerpted]_1
    Book 10; ca. 95—Latin

    • Plutarch

  180. Bìoi Paràllēloi [excerpted]_1
    Parallel Lives; Lives of the Noble Greeks and Romans
    'Pericles'; 'Alcibiades'; Alexander'; 'Agis and Cleomences', 'Cato the Elder'; 'The Gracchi'; 'Coriolanus'; 'Caesar'; First Century—Greek


    Cornelius Tacitus
  181. Annales_11

  182. written First Century—Latin
    *Classics* *France* *Downs* *Rexroth* *Read* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Adler* *Kanigel* *SeymourSmith* *Trinity*

  183. De Origine et Situ Germanorum_5

  184. Germania
    written ca. 98—Latin

    *Lubbock* *Classics* *Rexroth* *Read* *Trinity*

  185. Dialogus de Oratoribus_3

  186. written ca. 102—Latin
    *Classics* *Rexroth* *Trinity*

  187. Somnium Sive Vita Luciani_1

  188. The Dream or Lucian's Career
    Second Century—Greek


  189. Dialogi Deorum_2

  190. Dialogues of the Gods
    Second Century—Greek

    *Classics* *Dirda*

  191. Dialogi Mortuorum_2

  192. Dialogues of the Dead
    Second Century—Greek

    *Classics* *Dirda*

  193. Vitarum Auctio_2

  194. The Sale of Creeds; Philosophers for Sale
    Second Century—Greek

    *Classics* *Read*

  195. Quomodo Historia Conscribenda Sit_2

  196. How to Write History
    Second Century—Greek

    *Classics* *Read*

  197. Verae Historiae_6

  198. True History
    Second Century—Greek

    *Classics* *Downs* *Read* *Ward* *Dirda* *Newman*

  199. Alexander the False Prophet_1

  200. Second Century—Greek

  201. Gallus_1

  202. The Dream or The Cock
    Second Century—Greek


  203. Icaromenippus_1

  204. Second Century—Greek

  205. Philopseudes Sive Incredulus_1

  206. The Lover of Lies or The Doubter
    Second Century—Greek


  207. De Morte Peregrini_2

  208. The Passing of Peregrinus
    Second Century—Greek

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  209. Prometheus Es in Verbis_1

  210. A Literary Prometheus
    Second Century—Greek


  211. Marcus Aurelius

  212. Ta Eis Heauton_17
    written 161-80—Greek

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  213. Diatribai_9

  214. Discourses
    compiled by Arrian; Second Century—Greek

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  215. Enchiridion of Epictetus_3
    compiled by Arrian; Second Century—Greek
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    • Plotinus

    Enneads [selections]_1
    Fifth Ennead, Books 1 and 8; Fourth Ennead, Book 8; Sixth Ennead, Book 4; Third Ennead, Books 8 and 5; First Ennead, Book 6; Third Century—Greek

    • Porphyry

  216. 'Life of Plotinus'_1


    Augustine of Hippo
  217. Confessionum Libri Tredecim_23
    The Confessions of St. Augustine
    written 397-98—Latin

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    • De Civitate Dei Contra Paganos [excerpted]_1

  218. City of God
    Books I, V, VIII, XI, XIX; complete work published 426—Latin


  219. De Doctrina Christiana_3

  220. On Christian Doctrine
    originally published in four volumes: first-third, 397; fourth, 426—Latin

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  221. De Libero Arbitrio_1

  222. On Free Choice of the Will
    written 387-89, 391-95—Latin


  223. De Trinitate_2

  224. On the Trinity
    early Fourth Century—Latin

    *Classics* *World*

  225. Consolatio Philosophiae_5
    The Consolations of Philosophy
    written ca. 524—Latin

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    • Commentaries on the Isagoge of Porphyry [excerpted]_1

  226. Book I—Latin

  227. Beowulf_14

  228. ca. Eighth-Eleventh centuries—English
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  229. La Chanson de Roland_9

  230. ca. Eleventh Century—French
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  231. Pierre Abélard

  232. Historia Calamitatum_5
    written ca. 1132; includes the letters of Abélard and Héloïse d'Argenteuil—Latin
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  233. Volsunga Saga_2

  234. ca. Thirteenth Century—Norse
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  235. Itinerarium Mentis in Deum_2

  236. The Soul's Journey Into God
    Thirteenth Century—Latin

    *Classics* *Trinity*

  237. Legenda Maior_2

  238. The Life of St. Francis
    Thirteenth Century—Latin

    *Classics* *Trinity*

  239. De Reductione Artium ad Theologiam_1
    Concerning the Reduction of the Arts to Theology
    Thirteenth Century—Latin


    • The Four Books of Commentary on the Sentences of Peter Lombard, selections by Richard McKeon in Selections From Medieval Philosophers [excerpted]_1

    Vol. II, pp. 111-148; complete work published 1930—Latin

    Thomas Aquinas
    • Summa Contra Gentiles [excerpted]_1

  240. Book I, chapters 1-8, 10-14, 28, 37, 40-1; Book II, chapters 46-56, 59, 70, 76, 79-81; Book III, chapters 1, 25-37, 39, 40, 51, 60-3; written ca. 1270—Latin

  241. Summa Theologiae_13

  242. Summa Theologica
    written 1265-74—Latin

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  243. La Divina Commedia_33

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

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  245. La Vita Nuova_6

  246. 1295—Italian
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  247. Convito_1

  248. written 1304-07—Italian

  249. De Vulgari Eloquentia_2

  250. written ca. 1302-05—Latin
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  251. De Monarchia_2
    written ca. 1308-18—Latin
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    Geoffrey Chaucer
    • Canterbury Tales [excerpted]_1

  252. The Prologue, The Knight's Tale, The Miller's Tale, The Prioress' Tale, Sir Thopas, The Monk's Tale, The Nun's Priest's Tale, The Wife of Bath's Prologue, The Wife of Bath's Tale, The Clerk's Tale, The Squire's Tale, The Epilogue; complete work published 1478—English

  253. Troilus and Criseyde_8

  254. written ca. 1380s—English
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    François Villon
  255. Le Grand Testament Villon et le Petit. Son Codicille. Le Jargon et Ses Ballades_6
    *Classics* *France* *Ward* *Bloom* *Trinity* *Newman*

    • "Ballads"_1

    Fifteenth Century—French

    Desiderius Erasmus
    • Colloquia Familiaria [excerpted]_1

  256. unspecified selections; complete work published 1518-33—Latin

  257. Stultitiae Laus_10

  258. In Praise of Folly
    1511; revised—Latin

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    Niccolò Machiavelli
  259. Discorsi Sopra la Prima Deca di Tito Livio_4

  260. 1531—Italian
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  261. Il Principe_29

  262. The Prince

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  263. Belfagor Arcidiavolo_1

  264. The Devil Takes a Wife
    written 1518-27; originally published as part of the author's collected works, 1549—Italian


  265. La Mandragola_2

  266. 1524—Italian
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  267. Thomas More

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

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    Martin Luther
  269. An den Christlichen Adel Deutscher Nation_5

  270. Address to the Christian Nobility

    *Eliot* *Classics* *Downs* *Read* *World*

  271. Von der Freiheit Eines Christenmenschen_4

  272. The Freedom of a Christian; A Treatise on Christian Liberty

    *Eliot* *Classics* *Read* *World*

  273. Disputatio pro Declaratione Virtutis Indulgentiarum_2

  274. The Ninety-Five Theses; Disputation on the Power and Efficacy of Indulgences

    *Eliot* *Classics*

  275. De Captivitate Babylonica Ecclesiae, Praeludium_5
    Von der Babylonischen Gefangenschaft der Kirche; On the Babylonian Captivity of the Church
    1520; German version published the same year—Latin

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    • François Rabelais

  276. La Vie de Gargantua et de Pantagruel [excerpted]_1
    first volume: Les Horribles et Épouvantables Faits et Prouesses du Très Renommé Pantagruel Roi des Dipsodes, Fils du Grand Géant Gargantua, 1532; second volume: La Vie Très Horrifique du Grand Gargantua, Père de Pantagruel, 1534; complete work published in five volumes, 1532-64—French

  277. John Calvin
    Christianae Religionis Institutio_7
    Institutes of the Christian Religion
    1536; French translation, Institution de la Religion Chrestienne, 1541—Latin

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    • Michel de Montaigne

  278. Les Essais [excerpted]_1
    'To the Reader'; Book I: 'That the Intention Is the Judge of Our Actions'; 'Of Idleness'; 'That the Taste of Good and Evil Depends, for a Good Part, Upon the Opinion That We Have of Them'; 'To Philosophize Is to Learn to Die'; 'Of Custom'; 'Of the Power of the Imagination'; 'Of the Education of Boys'; 'Of Friendship'; 'Of Cannibals'; 'Of Solitude'; 'Of the Inequality That Is Amongst Us'; 'Of Democritus and Heraclitus'; 'Of Vain Subtleties'; Book II: 'Of the Inconsistency of Our Actions'; 'Of Books'; 'Apology for Raimond Sebonde'; Book III: 'On Some Lines of Virgil'; 'Of Experience'; complete work originally published in three volumes: 1580, 1588, and 1595—French

    Miguel de Cervantes
  279. El Ingenioso Hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha_37
    Don Quixote
    originally published in two volumes, 1605 and 1615; Mallison ("Smart") specifies Edith Grossman's English translation—Spanish

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    • Novelas Ejemplares [excerpted]_1

    Rinconete and Cortadillo (Rinconete y Cortadillo); The Dogs' Colloquy (Coloquio de los Perros); The Little Gipsy (La Gitanilla); The Licentiate of Glass (El Licenciado Vidriera); complete work published 1613—Spanish

    • Richard Hooker

  280. Of the Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity [excerpted]_1
    Preface; Books I-IV—

    Francis Bacon
  281. Novum Organum Scientiarium_10

  282. 1620—English
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  283. Nova Atlantis_5

  284. 1624—English
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  285. Essays: Religious Meditations. Places of Perswasion and Disswasion. Seene and Allowed_12

  286. 1597; expanded 1612; expanded and retitled Essayes or Counsels, Civill and Morall, 1625—English
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  287. Of the Proficience and Advancement of Learning, Divine and Human_6

  288. 1605—English
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    Lope de Vega
  289. Fuenteovejuna_3

  290. 1619—Spanish
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  291. El Mejor Alcalde, el Rey_1

  292. written 1620-23—Spanish

  293. Lo Cierto por lo Dudoso_1

  294. Seventeenth Century—Spanish

  295. El Perro del Hortelano_2

  296. 1613—Spanish
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  297. Castelvines y Monteses_1

  298. Spanish

  299. Arte Nuevo de Hacer Comedias_1

  300. 1609—Spanish

    Christopher Marlowe
  301. The Tragical History of the Life and Death of Doctor Faustus_10

  302. 1592—English
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  303. Tamburlaine the Great_7

  304. 1590—English
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  305. Edward II_5

  306. 1593—English
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  307. The Jew of Malta_5

  308. 1592—English
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    William Shakespeare
  309. Hamlet_27

  310. 1602—English
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  311. King Lear_21

  312. 1606—English
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  313. Antony and Cleopatra_13

  314. ca. 1606-08—English
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  315. Macbeth_16

  316. ca. 1607—English
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  317. Coriolanus_8

  318. written ca. 1605-08—English
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  319. Romeo and Juliet_13

  320. ca. 1591-97—English
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  321. The First Part of Henry IV_13

  322. 1597—English
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  323. The Second Part of Henry IV_12

  324. 1600—English
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  325. Richard II_9

  326. 1597—English
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  327. Twelfth Night; or, What You Will_10

  328. 1602—English
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  329. Measure for Measure_10

  330. 1604—English
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  331. The Winter's Tale_10

  332. ca. 1611—English
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  333. The Tempest_20

  334. 1611—English
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  335. Sonnets_8

  336. 1609; two sonnets originally published in The Passionate Pilgrim, 1599—English
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  337. Discorsi e Dimostrazioni Matematiche, Intorno è Due Nuove Scienze_4

  338. Discourses and Mathematical Demonstrations Relating to Two New Sciences

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  339. Sidereus Nuncius_2
    Starry Messenger

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    John Donne
    • "Songs and sonnets"_1

    unspecified selection—English

    • Elegies_2

  340. part of Poems With Elegies on the Authors Death [1633]—English
    *Classics* *Fadiman*

  341. First and Second Anniversaries_3
    1612; The First Anniversary originally entitled An Anatomy of the World, published 1611; complete work included in Poems With Elegies on the Authors Death, 1633—English
    *Classics* *Van Doren* *Fadiman*

    • "Selected sermons"_1

  342. unspecified selection—English

  343. Devotions Upon Emergent Occasions, and Severall Steps in My Sicknes_3
    *Classics* *Van Doren* *Fadiman*

    • Izaak Walton

  344. 'The Life of Dr. John Donne'_2
    part of Walton's Lives—English
    *Eliot* *Classics*

    Ben Jonson
  345. The Alchemist_8

  346. 1610—English
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  347. Volpone_6

  348. 1606—English
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  349. Epicoene, or The Silent Woman_1

  350. 1609—English

  351. Every Man in His Humour_1

  352. 1598—English

  353. Bartholomew Fayre_5

  354. 1614—English
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  355. Sejanus His Fall_1

  356. 1603—English

  357. Timber: or, Discoveries; Made Upon Men and Matter: As They Have Flow'd Out of His Daily Readings; or Had Their Refluxe to His Peculiar Notion of the Times_1

  358. 1641—English

    Thomas Hobbes
  359. Leviathan or, The Matter, Forme and Power of a Common Wealth Ecclesiasticall and Civil_16

  360. 1651—English
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  361. Elementorum Philosophiae Sectio Prima De Corpore_1

  362. 1655—Latin

    René Descartes
  363. Discours de la Méthode Pour Bien Conduire sa Raison, et Chercher la Vérité dans les Sciences_17

  364. Discourse on the Method

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  365. Meditationes de Prima Philosophia, in Qua Dei Existentia et Animae Immortalitas Demonstratur_6
    Meditations on First Philosophy
    1641; French version, Meéeditations Metaphysiques, 1647—Latin

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    • Regulae ad Directionem Ingenii ut et Inquisitio Veritatis per Lumen Naturale [excerpted]_1

  366. Rules for the Direction of the Mind
    Nos. 1-12; complete work published in Dutch translation, 1684; riginal Latin, 1701—Latin


  367. Principia Philosophiae_1

    • Objections and Replies_1

  368. —Latin

    Pedro Calderón de la Barca
  369. La Vida es Sueño_8

  370. Life Is a Dream

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  371. El Magico Prodigioso_2

  372. 1637—Spanish
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  373. El Alcalde de Zalamea_2

  374. 1651—Spanish
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  375. El Pintor de Su Deshonra_1

  376. 1650—Spanish

  377. Guárdate al Agua Mansa_1

  378. 1657—Spanish

    Thomas Browne
  379. Religio Medici_5

  380. 1643—English
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  381. Hydriotaphia, Urne-Buriall, or, A Discourse of the Sepulchrall Urns Lately Found in Norfolk_3

  382. 1658—English
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  383. The Garden of Cyrus, or The Quincunciall, Lozenge, or Net-work Plantations of the Ancients, Artificially, Naturally, Mystically Considered_2

  384. 1658—English
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    Pierre Corneille
  385. Le Cid_7

  386. 1637—French
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  387. Cinna ou la Clémence d'Auguste_4

  388. 1639—French
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  389. Horace_2

  390. 1640—French
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  391. Polyeucte_5

  392. 1643—French
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  393. Médée_1

  394. 1635—French

  395. Oedipe_1

  396. 1659—French

    John Milton
  397. Paradise Lost_27

  398. 1667; revised 1674—English
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  399. Paradise Regained, a Poem, in IV Books, to Which Is Added Samson Agonistes_8
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    • "Minor poems"_5

    Lubbock uses the term, "Shorter poems"; Seventeenth Century—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*

    • 'On the Morning of Christ's Nativity'_2

    originally published in Poems of Mr. John Milton, Both English and Latin, 1645—English
    *Classics* *Fadiman*

    • Sonnets_3

  400. Seventeenth Century—English
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  401. Areopagitica; A Speech of Mr. John Milton for the Liberty of Unlicenc'd Printing, to the Parliament of England_12

  402. 1644—English
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  403. On Education_2

  404. originally anonymously published 1644—English
    *Eliot* *Classics*

  405. The Tenure of Kings and Magistrates_1

  406. 1649—English

  407. The Reason of Church Government Urged Against Prelaty_1

    • Defensio Secunda pro Populo Anglicano [excerpted]_1

  408. unspecified selections—English

  409. Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme_8

  410. 1670—French
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  411. Tartuffe, ou l'Imposteur_15

  412. 1664—French
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  413. Le Misanthrope ou l'Atrabilaire Amoureux_13

  414. The Misanthrope

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  415. L'École des Femmes_6

  416. The School for Wives

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  417. L'Avare ou L'École du Mensonge_9

  418. The Miser

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

  419. Dom Juan ou le Festin de Pierre_6

  420. 1660—French
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  421. L'Impromptu de Versailles_1

  422. 1663—French

  423. Les Fourberies de Scapin_2

  424. 1671—French
    *Classics* *Ward*

  425. Le Médecin Malgre Lui_6

  426. 1666—French
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  427. Le Malade Imaginaire_6

  428. The Imaginary Invalid

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

  429. Les Précieuses Ridicules_3

  430. 1659—French
    *Classics* *Bloom* *Newman*

    Blaise Pascal
  431. Lettres Provinciales_6

  432. 1656-57—French
    *Classics* *France* *Read* *Ward* *Adler* *Trinity*

  433. Pensées_20

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    • Thoughts, Letters and Minor Works_1

    part of the Harvard Classics—French

    • The Physical Treatises of Pascal_1

  434. —French

    John Dryden
  435. Aureng-Zebe_1

  436. 1676—English

  437. An Essay of Dramatic Poesy_1

  438. 1668—English

  439. MacFlecknoe or a Satyr Upon the True-Blew-Protestant Poet, T S_1

    • 'To the Pious Memory of the Accomplisht Young Lady Mrs. Anne Killigrew, Excellent in the Two Sister-Arts of Poësie, and Painting. An Ode'_1

  440. part of Anne Killigrew's Poems, 1696—English

  441. An Ode, On the Death of Mr. Henry Purcell_1

  442. 1696—English

  443. Alexander's Feast: or The Power of Musique. An Ode in Honour of St. Cecilia's Day_1

  444. 1697—English

  445. The State of Innocence, and Fall of Man_1

    • 'Defence of an Essay of Dramatic Poesy'_1

  446. preface to the second edition of The Indian Emperor or the Conquest of Mexico by the Spaniards Being a Sequel of the Indian Queen, 1667—English

  447. All for Love; or, The World Well Lost_3

  448. 1677—English
    *Eliot* *Classics* *Newman*

    Baruch Spinoza
  449. Ethica, Ordine Geometrico Demonstrata_15

  450. Ethics

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  451. Tractatus Theologico-Politicus_4

  452. originally anonymously published 1670—Latin
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  453. Korte Verhandeling van God, de Mensch en Deszelvs Welstand_1

  454. ca. 1660—Dutch

    John Locke
  455. An Essay Concerning Humane Understanding_9

  456. 1689—English
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  457. Some Thoughts Concerning Education_3

  458. 1693—English
    *Eliot* *Classics* *Read*

  459. Two Treatises of Government: In the Former, the False Principles, and Foundation of Sir Robert Filmer, and His Followers, Are Detected and Overthrown. The Latter Is an Essay Concerning the True Original, Extent, and End of Civil Government_4

  460. originally anonymously published 1689—English
    *Classics* *Downs* *Trinity* *World*

    Jean Racine
  461. Phèdre_11

  462. 1677—French
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  463. Andromaque_6

  464. 1667—French
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  465. Athalie_4

  466. 1691—French
    *Classics* *Bloom* *Trinity* *Newman*

  467. Britannicus_2

  468. 1669—French
    *Classics* *Bloom*

  469. Bérénice_2

  470. 1670—French
    *Classics* *Adler*

  471. Esther_2

  472. 1689—French
    *Classics* *Trinity*

  473. Les Plaideurs_1

  474. 1668—French

    Gottfried Wilhelm von Leibniz
  475. Nouveaux Essais sur l'Entendement Humain_2

  476. 1765—French
    *Classics* *Read*

  477. La Monadologie_2
    *Classics* *Read*

    • Correspondence [excerpted]_1

  478. unspecified selections—French

    Daniel Defoe
  479. The Life and Strange Surprizing Adventures of Robinson Crusoe, of York, Mariner_21

  480. originally anonymously published 1719—English
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  481. 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

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

  483. The Fortunes and Misfortunes of the Famous Moll Flanders_8

  484. 1722—English
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  485. The Life, Adventures and Piracies of the Famous Captain Singleton_1

  486. 1720—English

    Jonathan Swift
  487. 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
    Gulliver's Travels
    1726; revised 1735—English

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    • Journal to Stella [excerpted]_1

  488. Letters I-III, VIII-X, XVI-XX, LXV; complete work published 1766—English

  489. Verses on the Death of Dr. Swift, D S P D_1

    • 'Phyllis; or, The Progress of Love'_1


    • 'Strephon and Chloe'1


    • 'Furniture of a Woman's Mind'_1


    • 'A Grub-Street Elegy on the Supposed Death of Partridge, the Almanac-Maker'_1


    • 'The Problem, That My World Berkeley Stinks When He Is in Love'_1


    • A Tale of a Tub [excerpted]_1

  490. 'Digression on Critics'; 'Digression on Manners'; complete work published 1704; revised through fifth edition, 1710—English

  491. A Modest Proposal for Preventing the Children of Poor People in Ireland From Being a Burden to Their Parents or Country, and for Making Them Beneficial to the Public_7
    originally anonymously published 1729—English
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    • 'An Essay on Modern Education'_1

    originally published as the ninth issue of the Intelligencer; included in Swift and Pope's Miscellanies—English

    • 'Of the Education of Ladies'_1

  492. originally published in the author's collected works, 1765—English

    George Berkeley (Bishop Berkeley)
  493. A Treatise Concerning the Principles of Human Knowledge_7

  494. 1710; revised 1734—English
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  495. Three Dialogues Between Hylas and Philonous in Opposition to Sceptics and Atheists_2

  496. 1713—English
    *Eliot* *Classics*

  497. Commonplace Book_1
    written 1705-08; originally published 1781 as part of The Works of George Berkeley—English

    Charles de Secondat, Baron de Montesquieu
    • Lettres Persanes [excerpted]_1

    Introduction; Letters 1-14, 23-6, 28-34, 36-41, 44-61, 68-73, 112-8, 122, 131, 136, 141; complete work published 1721—French

    • De l'Esprit des Lois [excerpted]_1

  498. The Spirt of Laws
    Preface; Author's Note; Books I-IV; Books VIII-IX; Book X, chapters 6-8; Book XI, chapter 6; Books XIV; Book XV, chapter 5; Book XIX, chapters 1-10; Book XXV; Book XXX, chapters 23-5; complete work originally anonymously published 1748—French


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

  500. 1748—English
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  501. Pamela: or, Virtue Rewarded_4

  502. 1740; later revised—English
    *Classics* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Newman*

  503. Candide, ou L'Optimisme_23

  504. 1759; Mallison ("Smart") specifies Tobias Smollett's English translation—French
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  505. Dictionnaire Philosophique_4

  506. 1764—French
    *Classics* *Downs* *Read* *Fadiman*

  507. Zadig_6

  508. 1747—French
    *Lubbock* *Durant* *Classics* *Ward* *Bloom* *Fadiman*

  509. Le Siècle de Louis XIV_2

  510. 1751—French
    *Classics* *Fadiman*

    Henry Fielding
  511. The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling_19

  512. 1749—English
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  513. The History of the Adventures of Joseph Andrews and His Friend, Mr. Abraham Abrams_6

  514. 1742—English
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  515. The Life and Death of Jonathan Wild, the Great_2

  516. originally published as the third volume of Miscellanies, 1743—English
    *Classics* *Newman*

  517. Journal of a Voyage to Lisbon_1

  518. 1755—English

  519. The Tragedy of Tragedies; or, The Life and Death of Tom Thumb the Great_1

  520. 1731—English

    Samuel Johnson
  521. Prefaces, Biographical and Critical, to the Works of the English Poets_6
    The Lives of the Poets
    published in part, 1744, as An Account of the Life of Mr. Richard Strange, Son of the Earl Rivers; in its entirety, in ten volumes: first-fifth, 1779; sixth-tenth, 1781, as part of the anthology, The Works of the English Poets; published separately in six volumes, retitled The Lives of the Most Eminent English Poets; With Critical Observations on Their Works, 1781—English

    *Classics* *Read* *Ward* *Recommended* *Dirda* *Newman*

    • Preface to his edition of Shakespeare_1

  522. Eighteenth Century—English

  523. The Prince of Abissinia: A Tale_7

  524. The History of Rasselas, Prince of Abissinia

    *Classics* *Read* *Ward* *Recommended* *Trinity* *Dirda* *Smart*

    David Hume
  525. An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding_10

  526. 1748—English
    *Eliot* *Classics* *Read* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Adler* *Fadiman* *Great* *GlobeMail* *World*

  527. My Own Life_1

  528. 1777—English

  529. An Enquiry Concerning the Principles of Morals_1

  530. 1751—English

  531. Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion_1

  532. originally anonymously published 1779—English

    Jean-Jacques Rousseau
  533. Du Contrat Social ou Principes du Droit Politique_17

  534. The Social Contract

    *Invitation* *Classics* *Hundred* *Downs* *Read* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Adler* *Good* *Foundation* *Trinity* *Dirda* *Great* *GlobeMail* *Telegraph* *Newman* *Educated*

  535. Discours sur l'Origine et les Fondements de l'Inégalité Parmi les Hommes_7

  536. Discourse on Inequality

    *Eliot* *Classics* *Read* *Van Doren* *Adler* *Trinity* *Dirda*

  537. Les Confessions_14
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    • Émile, ou de l'Éducation [excerpt]_1

  538. Books I-II and IV; complete work published 1762—French

  539. Discours sur les Sciences et les Arts_3

  540. Discourse on the Arts and Sciences

    *Classics* *Trinity* *Dirda*

    Denis Diderot
  541. Le Rêve de d'Alembert_2

  542. originally published serially 1782 in Correspondance Littéraire—French
    *Classics* *Ward*

  543. Le Neveu de Rameau ou la Satire Seconde_7

  544. German traslation, 1805; French original, 1823—French
    *Classics* *Ward* *Adler* *Bloom* *Foundation* *Dirda* *Newman*

    Tobias Smollett
  545. The Adventures of Roderick Random_2

  546. 1748—English
    *Classics* *Bloom*

  547. The Expedition of Humphrey Clinker_2

  548. 1771—English
    *Classics* *Bloom*

  549. The Adventures of Peregrine Pickle_1

  550. 1751; revised 1758—English

    Adam Smith
  551. An Inquiry Into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations_15

  552. 1776; revised through third edition, 1784—English
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  553. The Theory of Moral Sentiments_3

  554. 1759—English
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  555. Joshua Reynolds

  556. Discourses on Art_1
    15 edited 1769-90 lectures—English

    Immanuel Kant
  557. Kritik der Reinen Vernunft_12

  558. Critique of Pure Reason
    1781; revised 1787—German

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  559. Kritik der Praktischen Vernunft_4

  560. Critique of Practical Reason

    *Classics* *Read* *Van Doren* *Adler*

  561. Lectures on Ethics_1

  562. transcriptions of lectures delivered 1775-80—German

  563. Kritik der Urteilskraft_3

  564. Critique of Judgment

    *Classics* *Read* *Adler*

  565. Prolegomena zu Einer Jeden Künftigen Metaphysic, die als Wissenschaft Wird Auftreten Können_2

  566. Prolegomena to Any Future Metaphysics

    *Classics* *Van Doren*

  567. Die Religion Innerhalb der Grenzen der Bloßen Vernunft_1

  568. Religion Within the Limits of Reason Alone


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

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

    *Invitation* *Classics* *Bloom*

  571. Nathan der Weise_3

  572. 1779—German
    *Classics* *Bloom* *Trinity*

  573. Minna von Barnhelm Oder das Soldatenglück_2

  574. 1767—German
    *Eliot* *Classics*

  575. Die Erziehung des Menschengeschlechts_2

  576. 1780—German
    *Eliot* *Classics*

    Edmund Burke
  577. Reflections on the Revolution in France_9

  578. 1790—English
    *Eliot* *Invitation* *Classics* *Downs* *Ward* *Bloom* *Foundation* *SeymourSmith* *Great*

  579. A Philosophical Enquiry Into the Origin of Our Ideas of the Sublime and Beautiful_3
    *Eliot* *Classics* *Bloom*

    Edward Gibbon
    • The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire [excerpted]_1

  580. Chapters 1, 2, 16, 17, 20, 23-4, 31, 34, 40, 50, 58, 68, 71; complete work originally published in six volumes: first, 1776; second-third, 1781; fourth-sixth, 1788—English

  581. Memoirs of My Life and Writings_3

  582. originally published as part of Miscellaneous Works of Edward Gibbons, 1796; expanded 1896—English
    *Classics* *Read* *Dirda*

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

  584. 1791—English
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  585. The Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides with Samuel Johnson, LL.D._2

  586. 1785—English
    *Classics* *Ward*

    Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
  587. Faust_27

  588. 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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  589. Wilhelm Meisters Lehrjahre_5

  590. Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship

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

  591. Wilhelm Meisters Wanderjahre, Oder Die Entsagenden_4

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

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

  593. Aus Mienem Leben: Dichtung und Warheit_5

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

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

  595. Johann Peter Eckermann

  596. Gespräche mit Goethe_3
    originally published in three volumes: first and second, 1836; third, 1848—German
    *Powys* *Durant* *Classics*

    William Blake
  597. Songs of Innocence and Experience Showing the Two Contrary States of the Human Soul_11

  598. 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*

  599. The Marriage of Heaven and Hell_6

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

  601. The Everlasting Gospel_4

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

  603. There Is No Natural Religion_4

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

  605. All Religions Are One_4

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

  607. The Book of Thel_5
    written 1789-90—English
    *Classics* *Rexroth* *Ward* *Bloom* *Newman*

    • Annotations to Sir Joshua Reynolds' Discourses_2

    written ca. 1808—English
    *Classics* *Fadiman*

    • Correspondence_1

  608. unspecified selection; late Eighteenth-early Nineteenth centuries—English

    Friedrich Schiller
  609. Wallenstein_3

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

  611. Wilhelm Tell_4

  612. 1804—German
    *Lubbock* *Eliot* *Classics* *Trinity*

  613. Don Karlos, Infant von Spanien_3

  614. 1787—German
    *Classics* *Ward* *Bloom*

  615. Maria Stuart_3

  616. 1800—German
    *Classics* *Ward* *Bloom*

  617. Die Jungfrau von Orleans_1

  618. written 1801—German

  619. Die Räuber_3

  620. 1781—German
    *Classics* *Bloom* *Trinity*

  621. Kabale und Liebe_2
    *Classics* *Trinity*

    • Essays, Aesthetical and Philosophical_1

  622. includes Über die Äthetische Erziehung des Menschen in Einer Reihe von Briefen—German

  623. Über die Äthetische Erziehung des Menschen in Einer Reihe von Briefen_2
    *Eliot* *Classics*

    • Selections From the Correspondence Between Schiller and Goethe_1

  624. 1898; edited by J G Robertson—German

    Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
  625. Vorlesungen Über die Philosophie der Weltgeschichtem_6

  626. Lectures on the Philosophy of History
    1837; edited 1821, 1824, 1827, and 1831 lectures—German

    *Invitation* *Classics* *Read* *Van Doren* *Adler* *Trinity*

  627. Die Phänomenologie des Geistes_4

  628. Phenomenology of Spirit

    *Classics* *Read* *SeymourSmith* *Great*

  629. Grundlinien der Philosophie des Rechts_5

  630. Elements of the Philosophy of Right

    *Classics* *Downs* *Read* *Adler* *Trinity*

  631. Vorlesungen Über die Ästhetik_1

  632. 1835; edited 1818, 1820-1, 1823, 1826, and 1828-9 lectures—German

  633. Wissenschaft der Logik_1

  634. 1816—German

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

  636. 1850; earlier versions written 1799 and 1805—English
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  637. The Excursion: Being a Portion of The Recluse, a Poem_1

    • William Wordsworth; Samuel Taylor Coleridge

  638. Lyrical Ballads, With a Few Other Poems_5
    1798; expanded 1800 and 1802—English
    *Classics* *Read* *Van Doren* *World* *Newman*

    Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  639. Biographia Literaria; or Biographical Sketches of My Literary Life and Opinions_7

  640. 1817—English
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  641. On the Constitution of the Church and State According to the Idea of Each_1

    • Essays and Lectures on Shakespeare and Some Other Old Poets and Dramatists_1

  642. —English

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

  644. The Red and the Black

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  645. Henri Brulard_1

  646. 1890—French

  647. Le Chartreuse de Parme_12

  648. The Charterhouse of Parma

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

  649. Racine et Shakespeare_1

  650. 1823-35—French

    Lord Byron (George Gordon, Lord Byron)
  651. Don Juan_8

  652. 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*

  653. Childe Harold's Pilgrimage_5

  654. 1812-18—English
    *Lubbock* *Classics* *Van Doren* *Recommended* *Newman*

  655. Manfred_3

  656. 1817—English
    *Eliot* *Classics* *Recommended*

  657. Cain_1

  658. 1821—English

  659. Beppo_1

    • 'The Vision of Judgment'_1

  660. originally published Oct. 1822 in the Liberal—English

  661. The Giaour_1

  662. 1813—English

  663. The Bride of Abydos_1

  664. 1813—English

  665. The Corsair_1

    • Correspondence_1

  666. early Nineteenth Century—English

    Arnold Schopenhauer
  667. Die Welt als Wille und Vorstellung_3
    The World as Will and Idea
    originally published in two volumes, 1819 and 1844—German

    *Classics* *Ward* *SeymourSmith*

    • Essays_1

    Nineteenth Century—German

    • 'The Sufferings of the World'_1


    • 'The Vanity of Existence'_1


    • 'Suicide'_1


    • 'Education'_1


    • 'Women'_1


    • 'Noise'_1


    Giacomo Leopardi
    • Poems_4

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

    • Essays, Dialogues and Thoughts_1

  668. 1905; English translations by James Thomson; edited by Bertram Dobell—Italian

    Alexander Pushkin
  669. Evgénij Onegin_7
    Eugene Onegin
    published in part serially 1825-32; in its entirety, 1833; revised 1837—Russian

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

    • 'Skazka o Zolotom Petuške'_1

  670. 'The Tale of the Golden Cockerel'
    originally published in Biblioteka dlya Chteniya, 1835—Russian


  671. Boris Godunov_2

  672. 1831—Russian
    *Classics* *Bloom*

  673. Mocart i Sal'eri_1

  674. Mozart and Salieri


  675. Kapitanskaâ Dočka_5

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

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

    Honoré de Balzac
  677. La Cousine Bette_7

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

  679. Le Peau de Chagrin_2

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

    *Classics* *Bloom*

  681. Histoire de la Grandeur et de la Décadence de César Birotteau_1

  682. The Rise and Fall of César Birotteau; 1837—French

  683. La Fille aux Yeux d'Or_2

  684. The Girl With the Golden Eyes

    *Classics* *Bloom*

  685. Illusions Perdues_4

  686. Lost Illusions

    *Powys* *Classics* *Deposit* *Newman*

    John Henry Newman
  687. Apologia pro Vita Sua_3

  688. 1864; revised 1865—English
    *Classics* *Bloom* *Trinity*

  689. The Idea of a University Defined and Illustrated_3

  690. 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*

  691. An Essay in Aid of a Grammar of Assent_1
    *Classics* *Bloom*

    • Essays Critical and Historical_1

  692. —English

  693. An Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine_1

  694. 1845; revised 1878—English

  695. The Via Media of the Anglican Church_3

  696. 1877; originally published in two volumes, the first of which consists of edited lectures originally published as Lectures on the Prophetical Office of the Church, 1837; the second consisting of varied works originally published 1830-45—English

    Victor Hugo
  697. Les Misérables_18

  698. 1862—French
    *Baldwin* *Durant* *Classics* *Hundred* *France* *Downs* *Magill* *Good* *Learning* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Trinity* *Guardian* *Harvard* *World* *Newman* *Graphic* *Deposit*

  699. Les Travailleurs de la Mer_3

  700. 1866—French
    *Powys* *Classics* *Bloom*

  701. Notre-Dame de Paris_8
    The Hunchback of Notre Dame

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

    • Les Feuilles d'Automne [excerpted]_1

    unspecified selections—French

    • Les Chants du Crépuscule [excerpted]_1

    unspecified selections—French

    • Les Châtiments [excerpted]_1

  702. unspecified selections—French

  703. Hernani_2

  704. 1830—French
    *Classics* *Ward*

  705. Ruy Blas_1

  706. 1838—French

  707. William Shakespeare_2

  708. 1864—French
    *Classics* *Bloom*

    Hector Berlioz
  709. Memoires de Hector Berlioz Comprenant ses Voyages en Italie, en Allemagne, en Russie et en Angleterre_2

  710. published in part in Journal des Débats and Le Monde Illustré; in its entirety, 1865—English
    *Classics* *List*

  711. Les Soirées de l'Orchestre_1
    1852; published in part serially—French

    • Correspondence_1

    unspecified selections; Nineteenth Century—French

    • A Critical Study of Beethoven's Nine Symphonies_1

  712. essays originally published in A Travers Chants, Études Musicales, Adorations, Boutades et Critiques—French

  713. Grand Traité d'Instrumentation et d'Orchestration Modernes_1

  714. 1844; published in part serially; expanded 1855—French

    Ralph Waldo Emerson
  715. The American Scholar_5
    originally entitled, An Oration, Delivered Before the Phi Beta Kappa Society at Cambridge, published 1837—English
    *Eliot* *Classics* *Ward* *Fadiman* *Newman*

    • 'History'_2

    part of Essays: First Series, 1841—English
    *Classics* *Fadiman*

    • 'Self-Reliance'_3

    part of Essays: First Series, 1841—English
    *Classics* *Fadiman* *Newman*

    • 'Nature'_1

    part of Essays: Second Series, 1844; not the same as Nature [1836]—English

    • 'Montaigne; or, The Skeptic'_2

    edited lecture; part of Representative Men, 1850—English
    *Classics* *Fadiman*

    • 'To J W'_1


    • 'The Rhodora'_1


    • 'Monadnoc'_1


    • 'Fable'_1


    • 'Ode (To W H Channing)'_1


    • 'Give All to Love'_1


    • 'Threnody'_1


    • 'Concord Hymn'_1


    • 'Brahma'_1


    • Journals [excerpted]_1

  716. unspecified selection—English

    Nathaniel Hawthorne
  717. The Scarlet Letter_21
    *Baldwin* *Eliot* *Classics* *Hundred* *Zulli* *Read* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Good* *Learning* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Trinity* *Campbell* *Zane* *Smart* *Harvard* *Newman* *Graphic* *Educated*

    • Twice-Told Tales_1

  718. —English

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

  720. 1860—English
    *Baldwin* *Classics* *Bloom* *Newman*

  721. The House of Seven Gables_7

  722. 1851—English
    *Baldwin* *Classics* *Zulli* *Magill* *Recommended* *Campbell* *Newman*

  723. The Blithedale Romance_3
    *Baldwin* *Classics* *Newman*

    • Notebooks [excerpted]_1

  724. unspecified selections; Hawthorne's American Notebooks, 1932; The Heart of Hawthorne's Journals, 1929—English

    John Stuart Mill
  725. Autobiography_7

  726. 1873—English
    *Eliot* *Invitation* *Hundred* *Classics* *Read* *Ward* *Bloom*

  727. On Liberty_16

  728. 1859—English
    *Eliot* *Classics* *Downs* *Read* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Adler* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Foundation* *SeymourSmith* *Trinity* *Great* *Taylor* *World*

  729. Utilitarianism_5

  730. originally published serially 1861 in Fraser's Magazine—English
    *Classics* *Read* *Ward* *Adler* *Foundation*

  731. On Nature_1

    • Principles of Political Economy [excerpted]_1

    Book II, chapter 16; Book IV, chapters 6 and 7; Book V, chapter 11; complete work published 1848; revised through seventh edition, 1871—English

    • Dissertations and Discussions [excerpted]_1

    'Thornton on Labor and Its Chains'; 'Writings of Alfred de Vigny'—English

    • A System of Logic, Ratiocinative and Inductive [excerpted]_1

  732. Book VI; complete work published 1843—English

  733. Nikolai Gogol

  734. Mërtvyâ Duši_11
    Dead Souls

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

    Charles Darwin
  735. On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life_23
    *Lubbock* *Eliot* *Classics* *Hundred* *Downs* *Read* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Adler* *Good* *Learning* *Fadiman* *Kanigel* *SeymourSmith* *Great* *GlobeMail* *Taylor* *Telegraph* *Reynolds* *Deposit* *Graphic* *Educated*

    • Life and Letters of Charles Darwin [excerpted]_1


    • More Letters [excerpted]_1

  736. Vol. II, chapter VIII—English

  737. The Voyage of the Beagle_4

  738. originally published 1838 as Journal and Remarks, 1832-1835, volume three of Narrative of the Surveying Voyages of His Majesty's Ships Adventure and Eagle; also published that year as Journal of Researches Into the Geology and Natural History of the Various Countries Visited by H M S Beagle; revised 1845—English
    *Lubbock* *Eliot* *Classics* *Fadiman*

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

  740. 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*

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

  742. 1852—English
    *Baldwin* *Powys* *Classics* *Hundred* *Bloom*

  743. The Virginians: A Tale of the Last Century_1

  744. originally published serially Nov. 1857-Oct. 1859—English

  745. The History of Pendennis: His Fortunes and Misfortunes, His Friends and Greatest Enemy_3

  746. originally published serially 1848-50—English
    *Lubbock* *Baldwin* *Classics*

  747. The Newcomes. Memoirs of a Most Respectable Family. Edited by Arthur Pendennis, Esq._2

  748. originally published serially 1853-55—English
    *Baldwin* *Classics*

  749. The Snobs of England, by One of Themselves_1

  750. originally published serially 1846-47; retitled The Book for Snobs for publication in book form, 1848—English

  751. The Four Georges_1
    edited 1860-1 lectures—English

    • 'An Essay on the Genius of George Cruikshank'_1

  752. originally published Jun. 1840 in Westminster Review—English

    Charles Dickens
  753. Our Mutual Friend_6

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

  755. The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club_14

  756. 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*

  757. 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

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

  759. Great Expectations_15

  760. 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*

  761. Bleak House_7

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

  763. A Tale of Two Cities_8

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

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

  766. 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*

  767. The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby _5

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

    Henry David Thoreau
  769. Walden; or, Life in the Woods_20
    *Durant* *Classics* *Hundred* *Zulli* *Read* *Ward* *Magill* *Good* *Learning* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Utne* *Campbell* *Great* *Smart* *Deposit* *Newman* *Graphic* *Educated*

    • Miscellanies_1

    1893; inluces 'Civil Disobedience'—English

    • 'Civil Disobedience'_7

  770. originally published 1849 in Aesthetic Papers—English
    *Classics* *Downs* *Read* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Foundation* *SeymourSmith*

  771. Cape Cod_1
    1865; edited lectures—English

    • Familiar Letters of Thoreau_1

  772. 1894—English

  773. Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels

  774. Manifest der Kommunistischen Partei_13
    The Communist Manifesto

    *Classics* *Downs* *Rexroth* *Read* *Van Doren* *Adler* *Fadiman* *SeymourSmith* *Trinity* *Great* *Taylor* *Reynolds* *Educated*

    Karl Marx
  775. The Civil War in France: Address of the General Council of the International Working-Men's Association_1

    • Das Kapital, Kritik der Politischen Ökonomie [excerpted]_1

  776. Introduction; Vol. I, chapter I, sections 1-3, chapters IV-VII, chapter XIII; Vol. II, chapter XVII, chapters XXIV and XXV; appendices; complete work originally published in three volumes: 1867, 1885, and 1894—German

    Ivan Turgenev
  777. Otcy i Deti_11

  778. 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*

  779. Nov'_2

  780. Virgin Soil

    *Powys* *Classics*

  781. Zapiski Ohotnika_4
    A Sportsman's Sketches
    originally published in Sovremennik, 1852—Russian

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

    • Plays_1

  782. Nineteenth Century—Russian

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

  784. 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*

  785. Journal Up the Straits: October 11, 1856-May 5, 1857_1

  786. 1935—English

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

  788. 1876—English
    *Classics* *Bloom*

    Walt Whitman
  789. Leaves of Grass_20

  790. 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*

  791. Specimen Days_2

  792. 1882—English
    *Classics* *Bloom*

    Gustave Flaubert
  793. Madame Bovary_29

  794. 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*

  795. L'Éducation Sentimentale_8

  796. 1869—French
    *Classics* *France* *Rexroth* *Ward* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Norway* *Newman*

  797. Salammbô_4

  798. 1862—French
    *Durant* *Classics* *Bloom* *Newman*

  799. La Tentation de Sainte Antoine_3

  800. published in part, 1856; in its entirety, 1874—French
    *Classics* *Trinity* *Newman*

  801. Trois Contes_4

  802. 1877—French
    *Classics* *Read* *Fadiman* *Trinity*

    Fyodor Dostoevsky
  803. Brat'â Karamazovy_23

  804. 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*

  805. Idiot_11

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

  807. Prestuplénie i Nakazániye_23

  808. 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* *Great* *Guardian* *Zane* *Smart* *Harvard* *Newman* *Graphic* *Educated*

  809. Besy_9
    Demons; The Devils; The Possessed

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

    Matthew Arnold
    • Essays in Criticism [excerpted]_1

    'The Function of Criticism at the Present Time'; 'The Literary Influence of Academies'; 'Heinrich Heine'; 'The Study of Poetry'; 'Milton'; 'Thomas Gray'; 'John Keats'; 'Wordsworth'; 'Byron'; 'Shelley'; complete work originally published in two volumes: First Series, 1865; Second Series, 1888—English

    • Discourses in America [excerpted]_1

  810. 'Literature and Science'—English

  811. On Translating Homer_1
    1861; edited lectures, 3 Nov.-18 Dec. 1860—English

    • Mixed Essays [excerpted]_1

  812. 'A French Critic on Milton'; 'A French Critic on Goethe'; 'George Sand'; 'Democracy'; 'Equality'—English

  813. Culture and Anarchy_1

  814. 1869; essays published in Cornhill Magazine, 1867-8; preface added in 1875—English

  815. Literature and Dogma_1

    • Poems_2

    Nineteenth Century—English
    *Classics* *Bloom*

    • 'One Lesson, Nature, Let Me Learn of Thee'_1


    • 'To a Republican Friend'_1


    • 'The Strayed Reveller'_1


    • 'Shakespeare'_1


    • 'To a Gipsy Child by the Sea-Shore'_1


    • 'The Forsaken Merman'_1


    • 'Empedocles on Etna'_1


    • 'The Scholar Gipsy'_1


    • 'Stanzas From the Grande Chartreuse'_1


    • 'Thrysis'_1


    • 'Dover Beach'_1


    • 'Rugby Chapel'_1

  816. —English

    Henrik Ibsen
  817. Et Dukkehjem_14

  818. A Doll's House

    *Classics* *Downs* *Read* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Adler* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Trinity* *Campbell* *Norway* *Newman* *Educated*

  819. Gengangere_5

  820. Ghosts

    *Classics* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Trinity* *Newman*

  821. Hedda Gabler_10

  822. 1890—Norwegian
    *Classics* *Read* *Ward* *Magill* *Adler* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Great* *Newman*

  823. John Gabriel Borkman_2

  824. 1896—Norwegian
    *Classics* *Ward*

  825. Peer Gynt_6

  826. 1867—Norwegian
    *Durant* *Classics* *Ward* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman*

  827. Samfundets Støtter_1

  828. Pillars of Society

    *Classics* *Ward*

  829. Vildanden_8

  830. The Wild Duck

    *Powys* *Invitation* *Classics* *Read* *Ward* *Adler* *Fadiman* *Newman*

  831. Bygmester Solness_5

  832. The Master Builder

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

  833. Rosmersholm_2

  834. 1886—Norwegian
    *Classics* *Ward*

  835. En Folkefiende_5

  836. An Enemy of the People

    *Classics* *Magill* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Newman*

  837. Fruen fra Havet_2

  838. The Lady From the Sea

    *Classics* *Bloom*

  839. Når vi Døde Vågner_3

  840. When We Dead Awaken

    *Classics* *Bloom* *Fadiman*

    George Meredith
  841. The Ordeal of Richard Feverel_2

  842. 1859—English
    *Classics* *Hundred*

  843. The Egoist_2

  844. 1879—English
    *Classics* *Bloom*

  845. Beauchamp's Career_1

  846. 1875—English

  847. Diana of the Crossways_1

  848. 1885—English

  849. The Tragic Comedians_1

  850. 1880—English

  851. Evan Harrington_1

  852. 1861—English

  853. Modern Love_2

  854. 1862—English
    *Classics* *Dirda*

  855. A Reading of Earth_1

  856. 1888—English

  857. Odes in Contribution to the Song of French History_1

  858. 1898—English

  859. Poems and Lyrics of the Joy of Earth_1

    • 'On the Idea of Comedy and of the Uses of the Comic Spirit'_1

  860. originally published Apr. 1877 in the New Quarterly Magazine—English

    Samuel Butler
  861. Life and Habit_1

    • 'The Humour of Homer'_1

    The Humour of Homer and Other Essays—English

    • 'Quis Desiderio...?'_1

  862. The Humour of Homer and Other Essays—English

  863. Erewhon: or, Over the Range_2

  864. 1872—English
    *Classics* *Bloom*

  865. The Way of All Flesh_5

  866. 1903; written 1873-74—English
    *Classics* *Hundred* *Zulli* *Bloom* *Recommended*

  867. Evolution, Old and New_1

    • Poems_1

  868. late Nineteenth Century—English

    Mark Twain
  869. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn_23

  870. 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*

  871. The Adventures of Tom Sawyer_7

  872. 1876—English
    *Classics* *Ward* *Magill* *Recommended* *Trinity* *Campbell* *Newman*

  873. Life on the Mississippi_4

  874. 1883—English
    *Classics* *Magill* *Trinity* *Newman*

  875. The Innocents Abroad_2

  876. 1869—English
    *Classics* *Newman*

  877. A Tramp Abroad_1

    • 'The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County'_3

    originally entitled 'Jim Smiley and His Jumping Frog', published Nov. 1865 in the Saturday Press; retitled and revised for inclusion in the Californian, Dec. 1865—English
    *Eliot* *Classics* *Recommended*

    Henry George
    • Progress and Property: An Inquiry Into the Cause of Industrial Depressions, and of Increase of Want with Increase of Wealth; the Remedy [excerpted]_1

  878. Books I-III; Book IV, chapters I-II; Books V-VII; Book VIII, chapter IV; Book X; complete work published 1879—English

  879. The Land Question: What It Involves, and How Alone It Can Be Settled_1

  880. 1881; originally entitled The Irish Land Question—English

  881. The Science of Political Economy_1

  882. 1898—English

    Thomas Hardy
  883. Under the Greenwood Tree: A Rural Painting of the Dutch School_1

  884. originally anonymously published 1872—English

  885. The Woodlanders_2

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

  887. The Return of the Native_8

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

  889. Late Lyrics and Earlier With Many Other Verses_2

  890. 1922—English
    *Classics* *Bloom*

  891. The Dynasts_3
    originally published in three volumes: 1904, 1906, and 1908—English
    *Classics* *Bloom* *Fadiman*

    William James
    • The Principles of Psychology [excerpted]_1

  892. chapters 1, 4, 7, 9, 11, 21, 26, 26; complete work published 1890—English

  893. Some Problems of Philosophy: A Beginning of an Introduction to Philosophy_1

  894. 1911—English

  895. The Varieties of Religious Experience: A Study in Human Nature, Being the Gifford Lectures on Natural Religion Delivered at Edinburgh in 1901-1902_6
    1902; edited lectures—English
    *Classics* *Read* *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Kanigel* *Great*

    • Selected Papers on Philosophy_1


    • Letters_1

  896. edited by Henry James—English

    Henry James
  897. The Portrait of a Lady_14

  898. 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*

  899. The Princess Casamassima_2

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

  901. The Ambassadors_12

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

  903. The Other House_1

  904. originally published serially 1896 in the Illustrated London News—English

  905. The Turn of the Screw_9
    originally published in The Two Magics, with a second novella, Covering End, 1898—English
    *Invitation* *Classics* *Hundred* *Magill* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Trinity* *Dirda* *Newman*

    • What Maisie Knew [excerpted]_1

    'The Pupil'; complete work originally published serially 1897 in the Chap-Book and, revised, in the New Review—English

    Friedrich Nietzsche
    • Thoughts Out of Season [excerpted]_1

  906. 'The Use and Abuse of History'; 'Schopenhauer as Educator'—German

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

  908. Beyond Good and Evil

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

  909. Ecce Homo: Wie Man Wird, Was Man Ist_4

  910. 1908—German
    *Powys* *Classics* *Fadiman* *Educated*

  911. Zur Genealogue der Moral_5
    On the Genealogy of Morals

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

    • Der Wille zur Mach [excerpted]_1

  912. The Will to Power
    Part II; complete work published 1901; revised 1906—German


    Sigmund Freud
  913. Vorlesungen zur Einführung in die Psychoanalyse_4

  914. Introductory Lectures on Psycho-Analysis

    *Classics* *Read* *Adler* *Good*

  915. Jenseits des Lustprinzips_3

  916. Beyond the Pleasure Principle

    *Classics* *Adler* *Fadiman*

  917. Die Traumdeutung_15

  918. The Interpretation of Dreams

    *Classics* *Downs* *Read* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Adler* *Learning* *Fadiman* *SeymourSmith* *GlobeMail* *Taylor* *Telegraph* *Great* *Graphic*

  919. Zur Psychopathologie des Alltagslebens_2

  920. The Psychopathology of Everyday Life

    *Classics* *Fadiman*

  921. Hemmung, Symptom und Angst_2

  922. Inhibitions, Symptoms and Anxiety

    *Classics* *Adler*

  923. Das Unbehagen in der Kultur_7

  924. Civilization and Its Discontents

    *Classics* *Downs* *Read* *Van Doren* *Adler* *Fadiman* *Kanigel*

  925. Neue Folge der Vorlesungen zur Einführung in die Psychoanalyse_4

  926. New Introductory Lectures on Psychoanalysis

    *Classics* *Read* *Adler* *Fadiman*

    George Bernard Shaw
  927. You Can Never Tell_1

  928. 1897—English

  929. Man and Superman_7

  930. performed in part, 1905; in its entirety, 1915—English
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  931. Heartbreak House_3

  932. 1919—English
    *Classics* *Bloom* *Fadiman*

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

  934. 1908—English
    *Classics* *Bloom*

  935. London Music in 1888-89 as Heard by Corno di Bassetto (Later Known as Bernard Shaw) with Some Further Autobiographical Particulars_1

  936. 1937; originally published serially 1888-89 in the Star—English

  937. The Future of Political Science in America: An Address by Mr. Bernard Shaw to the Academy of Political Science, at the Metropolitan Opera House, New York, on the 11th. April, 1933_1

    • 'On Going to Church'_1

  938. originally published Jan. 1896 in the Savoy—English

    Henri Bergson
  939. Introduction à la Métaphysique_2

  940. Introduction to Metaphysics
    originally published in Revue de Métaphysique et de Morale, 1903—French

    *Classics* *Adler*

  941. L'Evolution Créatrice_3

  942. Creative Evolution

    *Durant* *Classics* *Read*

  943. Les Deux Sources de la Morale et de la Religion_2

  944. The Two Sources of Morality and Religion

    *Classics* *Read*

    Anton Chekhov
  945. Višhnëvyj Sad_8

  946. The Cherry Orchard

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

  947. Čajka_7

  948. The Seagull

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

  949. Dâdâ Vanâ_10

  950. Uncle Vanya

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

  951. Tri Sestry_8
    Three Sisters

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

    • Stories_7

  952. late Nineteenth-early Twentieth centuries—Russian
    *Classics* *Fadiman* *Norway* *Dirda* *Zane* *GlobeMail* *Newman*

  953. Marcel Proust

  954. 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*

    James Joyce
  955. Ulysses_20

  956. published in part serially Mar. 1918-Dec. 1920 in the Little Review; in its entirety, 1922—English
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  957. A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man_14

  958. 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*

  959. Dubliners_10

  960. 1914—English
    *Classics* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Trinity* *Zane* *Smart* *Harvard* *Newman*

  961. Finnegans Wake_5

  962. 1939—English
    *Classics* *Ward* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Newman*

  963. Exiles_1

    • Collected Poems_1

  964. 1937—English