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Sandra Newman, The Western Lit Survival Kitt: An Irreverent Guide to the Classics, From Homer to Faulkner

    588 entries: 424 monographical, 164 otherwise
    Unranked—arranged chronologically within topical chapters

    Sandra Newman's book traverses the entirety of Western literature quickly, with little thought, other than in crafting persistent awkward maybe-jokes. Her selection of books suggests considerable breadth of knowledge, hidden behind a misguided attempt to appeal to... someone—we'd have to ask Newman and her editors and publicists who their intended audience was. I have difficulty believing even the most skeptical of, say, students struggling though a required English course, or an adult wanting at least "name recognition" familiarity with literary history, would leave this book wanting to read the writers discussed here. Newman mocks many of the authors and generally wants to deflate the genius of the works discussed, so that works that are well-known but not commonly considered to be "great" or canonical both to entice potential customers and to buttress the overall thesis here: that "western lit," once the source of extraordinary feats of knowledge and care, and the spark of much controversy, is now merely another source of cheap entertainment. That is, she does not care if her readers engage with the subject at hand.

    One might think at first that, once past her comedic routine and persistent repetition of every cliche about certain periods of history or literary movements one would ever want to remember, Newman at least provides quick overviews of a great deal of fine literature. But her efforts at concisely capturing the essence of various literary movements or broad trends of her own design (such as Nice Realism and Unwelcome Realism) are not at all insightful. And unfortunately the cliches and the jokes, presumably there as a source of dismissive comments to make at social gatherings when the topic of literature surfaces and the conversation doesn't seem like it's going to turn back to television or politics anytime soon, completely ruin the text. If you don't believe me, read her entries for a few works you're familiar with. You'll see they add little but jokes and, at times, insults of the people who read these works. Look to the first page of the book, no less, for a an example: persons who learn Ancient Greek apparently are "a disturbing asexual presence." Another example: "The detached elegance of his mind also makes us feel that Flaubert inhabits a purer sphere, until we remember that he lived with his mother, when he wasn't at a brothel getting icky diseases." Suddenly, we understand why this is the same person who wrote a book called How Not to Write a Novel.

    Other aspects suggest sloppiness in the book's construction, most of all in that Newman rates the works on three different scales of 0 to 10. Obviously that's supposed to be 1 to 10. Those three areas are Importance, Accessibility, and Fun. Accessibility, one would think is easy to define; indeed we're not surprised to see James Joyce's Ulysses getting a 1. But every Rudyard Kipling work mentioned gets a 0, despite her noting that some of them are now classed as children's literature. She does not explain this apparent discrepancy. Is it a typo? Furthermore, the introduction to the Twentieth-Century chapter claims that only "authors who have been properly canonized" are discussed, though obviously she has stopped at, roughly, the Second World War.

    The book is personality-centric, generally giving brief summaries (plus the bad jokes) of the major works by an author, even if certain of the works are not considered by Newman to be important or reading-worthy. Newman's view of the canon is at least not excessively present-minded: included are farther-past authors once commonly taught but now obscure, and authors mostly important for understanding the history of literature. The advantages of her approach are, first, the sections actually providing relevant historical background, such as that on Grub Street or Restoration Drama, where genuine interest in the subject matter peeps out behind Newman's shroud of sarcasm (in her six paragraphs on Grub Street, she only attempts one joke); and, second, the reader getting a broader view of famous authors. Knowing that the authors so often spoken of as geniuses also wrote unremarkable early novels (Dostoevsky) or by-the-numbers political journalism (Defoe) helps place literature in its proper place: the authors' daily lives, careers, and slowly-developing artistry.

    As with other lists-as-books, works other than those formally listed are included. In this case, the formal list consists of those works listed in tables throughout the book with their three scores in columns to the right. Given that some of these works don't exactly receive a "thumbs up" from Newman (who might not even have opposable thumbs—perhaps that joke will have Newman forgetting the scholar of Ancient Greek she once failed to bed) and she rates some of the works not in those tables quite highly, I've no criteria to exclude works mentioned in text; they're all included. The list's organization reflects the book's sequence of chapters as follows: Greece: Cradle of Greek Civilization; Rome: When the World Was Ruled by Italians; The Middle Ages and Points Between; The Renaissance: Back to the Future; and William "Look at Me, I Get My Own Chapter" Shakespeare; Here Come the Puritans: Parade, Meet Rain; France and England in the Seventeenth Century: The Shallows; The Age of Reason: When People Wised Up and Started Believing What We Believe; The Romantics: The Author as (the Author's) Hero; We Also Begin to Have Americans; Nice Realism: The Novel Novel; Unwelcome Realism: The French and the Russians Team Up to Depress Mankind; The Messy Twentieth: Finally Over (that subtitle applying equally well to Newman's book).

    Read more about the origin of this list at its Macroscopic 2013 page.


    Homer
  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

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

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    Hesiod
  5. Theogonía_3

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

  7. Erga kai Hēmerai_5

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

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

    • Sappho

    Poems_6
    late Seventh-early Sixth centuries B C—Greek
    *Rexroth* *Bloom* *Dirda* *World* *Newman* *Graphic*

    • Pindar

    Poems_1
    Fifth Century B C—Greek
    *Newman*

    Aeschylus
  9. Promētheus Desmōtēs_12

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

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

  11. Oresteia_19

  12. The House of Atreus
    458 B C—Greek

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    Sophocles
  13. Oidipous Tyrannos_25

  14. 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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  15. Oidipous epi Kolōnō_20

  16. Oedipus at Colonus
    401 B C—Greek

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  17. Antigone_22

  18. ca. 441 B C—Greek
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  19. Euripides

  20. Mēdeia_17
    Medea
    431 B.C; Mallison ("Smart") specifies Michael Collier and Georgia Ann Machemer's English translation—Greek

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    Aristophanes
  21. Lysistrate_13

  22. Lysistrata
    411 B C—Greek

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  23. Nephelai_11

  24. 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*

  25. Bátrachoi_10

  26. The Frogs
    405 B C—Greek

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

    Menander
  27. Dyskolos_2

  28. ca. 317-16 B C—Greek
    *Downs* *Newman*

  29. Samia_3

  30. ca. 315-09 B C—Greek
    *Downs* *Bloom* *Newman*

  31. Catullus

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

  33. Sextus Propertius

  34. Elegiae_2
    First Century B C—Latin
    *Ward* *Newman*

    • Tibullus

    Poems_1
    First Century B C—Latin
    *Newman*

    Virgil (Publius Vergilius Maro)
  35. Eclogues_4

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

  37. Georgics_4

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

  39. Aeneid_26

  40. First Century B C; Mallison ("Smart") specifies Dudley Fitts and Robert Fagles's English translation—Latin
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    Ovid
  41. Ars Amatoria_4

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

  43. Metamorphoseon_14

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

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    Horace (Quintus Horatius Flaccus)
  45. Epodon_6

  46. Epodes
    30 B C—Latin

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

  47. Satirae_6

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

  49. Carmina_11

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

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    • Martial

    Selected works_1
    First Century—Latin
    *Newman*

    • Juvenal

    Selected works_1
    late First-early Second centuries—Latin
    *Newman*

  51. Lucan

  52. De Bello Civili_3
    Pharsalia
    written 61-65—Latin

    *Ward* *Bloom* *Newman*

    • Lucius Annaeus Seneca

    Selected works_2
    First Century—Latin
    *Trinity* *Newman*

    Lucian
  53. Verae Historiae_6

  54. True History
    Second Century—Greek

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

  55. De Morte Peregrini_2

  56. The Passing of Peregrinus
    Second Century—Greek

    *Classics* *Newman*

  57. Longus

  58. Daphnis kai Chloē_2
    Daphnis and Chloe
    Second Century—Greek

    *Magill* *Newman*

  59. Heliodorus of Emesa

  60. Aethiopica_1
    ca. Third Century—Greek
    *Newman*

  61. Petronius

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

  63. Apuleius

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

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

  65. Augustine of Hippo

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

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    --
  67. Beowulf_14

  68. ca. Eighth-Eleventh centuries; Mallison ("Smart") specifies Seamus Heaney's modern English version—English
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    --
  69. The Wanderer_2

  70. written ca. Fifth-Tenth centuries—English
    *Recommended* *Newman*

    --
  71. Dream of the Rood_1

  72. ca. Seventh-Ninth centuries—English
    *Newman*

    --
  73. La Chanson de Roland_9

  74. ca. Eleventh Century—French
    *Eliot* *Classics* *Read* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Bloom* *Trinity* *Newman*

  75. Geoffrey of Monmouth

  76. Historia Regum Britanniae_2
    written ca. 1136—Latin
    *Downs* *Newman*

    Chrétien de Troyes
  77. Perceval, le Conte du Graal_2

  78. written 1181-91—French
    *World* *Newman*

  79. Lancelot, le Chevalier de la Charrette_2

  80. written ca. 1170—French
    *World* *Newman*

  81. Thomas Malory

  82. Le Morte d'Arthur_13
    1485; revised through sixth edition, 1634—English
    *Lubbock* *Baldwin* *Hundred* *Rexroth* *Magill* *Good* *Learning* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Telegraph* *Great* *Newman* *Graphic*

  83. Pierre Abélard

  84. Historia Calamitatum_5
    written ca. 1132; includes the letters of Abélard and Héloïse d'Argenteuil—Latin
    *Classics* *Rexroth* *Ward* *Newman* *Graphic*

  85. Guillaume de Lorris and Jean de Meun

  86. Roman de la Rose_2
    written in two parts, the first by Lorris, the second by Muen, ca. 1230 and 1275, respectively
    *Ward* *Newman*

    Geoffrey Chaucer
  87. Troilus and Criseyde_8

  88. written ca. 1380s—English
    *Classics* *Rexroth* *Read* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Adler* *Bloom* *Newman*

  89. Canterbury Tales_30

  90. 1478; Mallison ("Smart") specifies Nevill Coghill's modern English version—English
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    --
  91. Sir Gawain and the Green Knight_7

  92. probably the same author as Pearl (the "Gawain poet" or "Pearl poet"); late Fourteenth Century—English
    *Magill* *Recommended* *Trinity* *Dirda* *Great* *Newman* *Educated*

    Dante
  93. La Divina Commedia_33

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

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  95. La Vita Nuova_6

  96. 1295—Italian
    *Classics* *Read* *Ward* *Bloom* *Trinity* *Newman*

  97. Petrarch (Francesco Petrarca)

  98. Rerum Vulgarium Fragmenta_3
    Il Canzoniere
    1374—Italian

    *Ward* *World* *Newman*

  99. Giovanni Boccaccio

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

  101. Benvenuto Cellini

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

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

    François Villon
    • Poems_3

    Fifteenth Century—French
    *List* *Ward* *Newman*

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

  104. 1489—French
    *Classics* *France* *Ward* *Bloom* *Trinity* *Newman*

  105. François Rabelais

  106. 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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  107. Michel de Montaigne

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

    *Lubbock* *Baldwin* *Durant* *Invitation* *France* *Downs* *Rexroth* *Zulli* *Read* *List* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Adler* *Good* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Kanigel* *SeymourSmith* *Trinity* *Norway* *Great* *GlobeMail* *World* *Newman* *Educated*

    Miguel de Cervantes
  109. Novelas Ejemplares_2

  110. 1613—Spanish
    *Bloom* *Newman*

  111. El Ingenioso Hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha_36

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

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

    Christopher Marlowe
  113. Dido, Queen of Carthage_2

  114. ca. 1587-93—English
    *Dirda* *Newman*

  115. Tamburlaine the Great_7

  116. 1590—English
    *Baldwin* *Classics* *Ward* *Recommended* *Dirda* *Great* *Newman*

  117. The Jew of Malta_5

  118. 1592—English
    *Baldwin* *Classics* *Ward* *Dirda* *Newman*

  119. The Tragical History of the Life and Death of Doctor Faustus_10

  120. 1592—English
    *Baldwin* *Eliot* *Classics* *Ward* *Magill* *Recommended* *Campbell* *Dirda* *Newman* *Educated*

  121. Edward II_4

  122. 1593—English
    *Eliot* *Classics* *Dirda* *Newman*

  123. The Massacre at Paris_1

  124. 1593—English
    *Newman*

    • 'The Passionate Shepherd to His Love'_1

    published in part in The Passionate Pilgrim, 1599; in its entirety in English Helicon, 1600—English
    *Newman*

    • Walter Raleigh

    'The Nymph's Reply to the Shepherd'_1
    written 1596—English
    *Newman*

    • Thomas Wyatt

    Selected works_1
    Sixteenth Century—English
    *Newman*

    Philip Sidney
  125. Astrophel and Stella_2

  126. 1591—English
    *Bloom* *Newman*

  127. The Countess of Pembroke's Arcadia_2

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

  129. Defence of Poesie_3

  130. 1595—English
    *Eliot* *Bloom* *Newman*

  131. Edmund Spenser

  132. The Faerie Queene_8
    originally published in two volumes, 1590 and 1596—English
    *Lubbock* *Read* *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Reynolds* *Newman* *Graphic*

    Ben Jonson
  133. Volpone_6

  134. 1606—English
    *Classics* *Rexroth* *Ward* *Magill* *Recommended* *Newman*

  135. The Alchemist_8

  136. 1610—English
    *Eliot* *Classics* *Rexroth* *List* *Ward* *Magill* *Recommended* *Newman*

  137. Bartholomew Fayre_5

  138. 1614—English
    *Classics* *Rexroth* *Ward* *Recommended* *Newman*

    William Shakespeare
  139. Hamlet_27

  140. 1602—English
    *Eliot* *Durant* *Invitation* *Classics* *Hundred* *Downs* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Adler* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Foundation* *SeymourSmith* *Trinity* *Campbell* *Norway* *Great* *Guardian* *O'Hear* *Zane* *Taylor* *Harvard* *World* *Newman* *Graphic* *Educated*

  141. King Lear_21

  142. 1606—English
    *Eliot* *Durant* *Classics* *Hundred* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Adler* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Foundation* *SeymourSmith* *Trinity* *Campbell* *Norway* *Zane* *GlobeMail* *Taylor* *World* *Newman* *Graphic*

  143. Macbeth_16

  144. ca. 1607—English
    *Eliot* *Durant* *Classics* *Hundred* *Rexroth* *Ward* *Magill* *Adler* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *SeymourSmith* *Campbell* *Zane* *Taylor* *World* *Newman*

  145. Othello_14

  146. ca. 1604—English
    *Durant* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Adler* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Foundation* *SeymourSmith* *Campbell* *Norway* *Taylor* *World* *Newman*

  147. Julius Caesar_9

  148. 1599—English
    *Durant* *Magill* *Adler* *Recommended* *SeymourSmith* *Campbell* *Taylor* *World* *Newman*

  149. Antony and Cleopatra_13

  150. ca. 1606-08—English
    *Invitation* *Classics* *Ward* *Magill* *Adler* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Foundation* *SeymourSmith* *Zane* *Taylor* *World* *Newman*

  151. Romeo and Juliet_12

  152. ca. 1591-97—English
    *Durant* *Classics* *Magill* *Adler* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *SeymourSmith* *Campbell* *Zane* *Taylor* *World* *Newman*

  153. Cymbeline_6

  154. written ca. 1609—English
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  155. Coriolanus_8

  156. written ca. 1605-08—English
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  157. Richard II_9

  158. 1597—English
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  159. The First Part of Henry IV_13

  160. 1597—English
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  161. The Second Part of Henry IV_12

  162. 1600—English
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  163. Henry V_9

  164. 1599—English
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  165. Richard III_11

  166. ca. 1592-7—English
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  167. A Midsummer's Night Dream_14

  168. ca. 1595-1600—English
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  169. Much Ado About Nothing_10

  170. ca. 1598-99—English
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  171. The Taming of the Shrew_9

  172. ca. 1592-94—English
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  173. The Merchant of Venice_11

  174. ca. 1596-98—English
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  175. The Tempest_20

  176. 1611—English
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  177. The Comedy of Errors_8

  178. 1594—English
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  179. The Merry Wives of Windsor_6

  180. ca. 1597-1602—English
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  181. Love's Labour Lost_6

  182. 1598—English
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  183. Twelfth Night; or, What You Will_10

  184. 1602—English
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  185. As You Like It_12

  186. 1603—English
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  187. Measure for Measure_10

  188. 1604—English
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  189. Troilus and Cressida_7

  190. ca. 1602-09—English
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  191. All's Well That Ends Well_8

  192. ca. 1606-08—English
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  193. Titus Andronicus_5

  194. 1594—English
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  195. Timon of Athens_7

  196. written ca. 1607—English
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  197. Pericles, Prince of Tyre_4

  198. ca. 1606-08—English
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  199. The First Part of Henry VI_5

  200. ca. 1592—English
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  201. The Second Part of Henry VI_5

  202. ca. 1592—English
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  203. The Third Part of Henry VI_5

  204. ca. 1592—English
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  205. Henry VIII_5

  206. ca. 1613—English
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  207. The Two Noble Kinsmen_1

  208. written ca. 1613-14—English
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  209. The Winter's Tale_9

  210. ca. 1611—English
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  211. The Two Gentlemen of Verona_7

  212. ca. 1590-94—English
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  213. Sonnets_8

  214. 1609; two sonnets originally published in The Passionate Pilgrim, 1599—English
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    • Poems_2

    late Sixteenth-early Seventeenth centuries—English
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  215. The Rape of Lucrece_2

  216. 1594—English
    *Ward* *Newman*

  217. Venus and Adonis_2

  218. 1593—English
    *Ward* *Newman*

    • The Passionate Pilgrim_1

    1599 anthology attributed to Shakespeare, though only five of the 20 poems are considered authentic—English
    *Newman*

    Robert Herrick
    • Poems_3

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

    • 'Her Legs'_1

    part of Hesperides: Or, The Works Both Humane and Divine of Robert Herrick, Esq., 1648—English
    *Newman*

    • 'To the Virgins, to Make Much of Time'_2

    part of Hesperides: Or, The Works Both Humane and Divine of Robert Herrick, Esq., 1648—English
    *Van Doren* *Newman*

    • Richard Lovelace

    Poems_2
    Seventeenth Century—English
    *Bloom* *Newman*

    John Suckling
    • Poems_1

    Seventeenth Century—English
    *Newman*

    • 'A Soldier'_1

    —English
    *Newman*

    • Thomas Carew

    Poems_2
    Seventeenth Century—English
    *Bloom* *Newman*

    John Donne
    • Poems_8

    early Seventeenth Century—English
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    • 'The Extasie'_2

    part of Poems With Elegies on the Authors Death [1633]—English
    *Trinity* *Newman*

    George Herbert
    • Poems_2

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

  219. The Temple: Sacred Poems and Private Ejaculations_4

  220. 1633—English
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    • Henry Vaughan

    Poems_2
    Seventeenth Century—English
    *Bloom* *Newman*

    • 'The Morning-Watch'_1

    part of Silex Scintillans: or Sacred Poems and Private Ejaculations, 1650—English
    *Newman*

    • Abraham Cowley

    Poems_1
    Seventeenth Century—English
    *Newman*

    • Richard Crashaw

    Poems_2
    Seventeenth Century—English
    *Bloom* *Newman*

  221. Steps to the Temple. Sacred Poems, With Other Delights of the Muses_1

  222. 1646; expanded 1648
    *Newman*

    Andrew Marvell
    • Poems_3

    Seventeenth Century—English
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    • 'To His Coy Mistress'_3

    written ca. early 1650's—English
    *Van Doren* *Newman* *Graphic*

    John Bunyan
  223. Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners: or, A Brief and Faithful Relation of the Exceeding Mercy of God in Christ, to his Poor Servant John Bunyan_2

  224. 1666—English
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  225. The Pilgrim's Progress From This World to That Which Is to Come_18

  226. 1678—English
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    John Milton
  227. Paradise Lost_25

  228. 1667; revised 1674—English
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  229. Paradise Regained, a Poem, in IV Books, to Which Is Added Samson Agonistes_8

  230. 1671—English
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    • Poems_3

    Seventeenth Century—English
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    • 'Sonnet 19'_2

    'On His Blindness'
    written ca. 1655—English

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  231. Samuel Butler

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

  233. Robert Burton

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

  235. Izaak Walton

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

  237. Samuel Pepys

  238. Diary_4
    written 1660-69; published in part, 1825; expanded and revised 1875-79; further revised versions, 1893-99 and 1926; final work, in nine volumes, 1970-83
    *Hundred* *Ward* *Great* *Newman*

    John Dryden
    • Poems_4

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

    • Plays_2

    Seventeenth Century—English
    *Bloom* *Newman*

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

  240. 1677—English
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  241. William Wycherley

  242. The Country Wife_3
    1675—English
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  243. William Congreve

  244. The Way of the World_6
    1700—English
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  245. Nahum Tate

  246. The History of King Lear_1
    1681—English
    *Newman*

  247. Thomas Otway

  248. Venice Preserv'd_2
    1682—English
    *Bloom* *Newman*

    Aphra Behn
  249. The Rover or The Banish'd Cavaliers_1

  250. 1677—English
    *Newman*

  251. Oroonoko: or, The Royal Slave. A True History_1

  252. 1688—English
    *Newman*

    John Wilmot, 2nd Earl of Rochester
    • Poems_2

    Seventeenth Century—English
    *Bloom* *Newman*

    • 'A Satyr on Charles II'_1

    written 1673-74—English
    *Newman*

    • Madeleine de Scudéry

    Selected works_1
    Seventeenth Century—French
    *Newman*

  253. Honoré d'Urfé

  254. L'Astrée_1
    originally published in six volumes, 1607-27—French
    *Newman*

  255. Madame de la Fayette

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

    Molière
  257. Les Précieuses Ridicules_3

  258. 1659—French
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  259. L'Avare ou L'École du Mensonge_9

  260. The Miser
    1668—French

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  261. Tartuffe, ou l'Imposteur_14

  262. 1664—French
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  263. Le Misanthrope ou l'Atrabilaire Amoureux_12

  264. The Misanthrope
    1666—French

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  265. Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme_8

  266. 1670—French
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    Pierre Corneille
  267. Le Cid_7

  268. 1637—French
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  269. Cinna ou la Clémence d'Auguste_4

  270. 1639—French
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  271. Polyeucte_5

  272. 1643—French
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    Jean Racine
  273. Andromaque_6

  274. 1667—French
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  275. Phèdre_11

  276. 1677—French
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  277. Athalie_4

  278. 1691—French
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  279. Jean de la Fontaine

  280. Fables_7
    originally published in 12 volumes: first-sixth, 1668; seventh-eleventh, 1678; twelfth, 1694—French
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    • Marie de Rabutin-Chantal, Marquise de Sévigné (Madame de Sévigné)

    Correspondence_2
    Seventeenth Century—French
    *France* *Newman*

    Alexander Pope
  281. Essay on Criticism_4

  282. 1711—English
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  283. Essay on Man_5

  284. 1734—English
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  285. Four Ethic Epistles_1

  286. Moral Essays
    originally published in four volumes: An Epistle to the Right Honourable Richard Earl of Burlington, 1731; Of the Use of Riches, an Epistle to the Right Honourable Allen Lord Bathurst, 1733; An Epistle to the Right Honourable Richard Lord Viscount Cobham, 1734; Of The Characters of Women: An Epistle To A Lady, 1735; revised and retitled Ethic Epistles, the Second Book, to Several Persons, with the addition of three more epistles, as part of The Works of Alexander Pope, 1735; those additional epistles removed and work revised and retitled Four Ethic Epistles for unpublished collected works, 1744; retitled Moral Essays for inclusion in The Works of Alexander Pope Esq. in Nine Volumes Complete, 1751—English

    *Newman*

  287. The Rape of the Lock_7

  288. originally anonymously published 1712 in Linot's Miscellany; expanded 1714 and 1717—English
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    Daniel Defoe
  289. The Life and Strange Surprizing Adventures of Robinson Crusoe, of York, Mariner_21

  290. originally anonymously published 1719—English
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  291. The Fortunes and Misfortunes of the Famous Moll Flanders_8

  292. 1722—English
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  293. The Fortunate Mistress: Or, A History of the Life and Vast Variety of Fortunes of Mademoiselle de Beleau, Afterwards Called the Countess de Wintselsheim, in Germany, Being the Person Known by the Name of the Lady Roxana, in the Time of King Charles II_2

  294. Roxana
    1724—English

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  295. 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

  296. originally anonymously published 1722—English
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    Samuel Richardson
  297. Pamela: or, Virtue Rewarded_4

  298. 1740; later revised—English
    *Classics* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Newman*

  299. Clarissa, or, the History of a Young Lady_5

  300. 1748—English
    *Classics* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Zane* *Newman*

  301. The History of Sir Charles Grandison_2

  302. 1753—English
    *Bloom* *Newman*

    Henry Fielding
  303. An Apology for the Life of Mrs. Shamela Andrews_1

  304. 1741—English
    *Newman*

  305. The History of the Adventures of Joseph Andrews and His Friend, Mr. Abraham Abrams_6

  306. 1742—English
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  307. The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling_19

  308. 1749—English
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  309. The Life and Death of Jonathan Wild, the Great_2

  310. originally published as the third volume of Miscellanies, 1743—English
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  311. Amelia_1

  312. 1751—English
    *Newman*

    Samuel Johnson
  313. A Dictionary of the English Language_6

  314. 1755—English
    *Downs* *Read* *Ward* *SeymourSmith* *Taylor* *Newman*

    • Essays from the Rambler and the Idler_4

    unspecified essays originally published in the Rambler, 1750-52; the Idler, 1758-60; Cowan and Guinness ("Trinity") and the Utne Reader also specify essays from the Adventurer, 1753-54—English
    *Trinity* *Utne* *Dirda* *Newman*

    • Poems_1

    Eighteenth Century—English
    *Newman*

  315. London: A Poem in Imitation of the Third Satire of Juvenal_1

  316. originally anonymously published 1738—English
    *Newman*

  317. The Vanity of Human Wishes: The Tenth Satire of Juvenal Imitated_3

  318. 1749—English
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  319. Prefaces, Biographical and Critical, to the Works of the English Poets_6

  320. The Lives of the Poets
    published in part as An Account of the Life of Mr. Richard Strange, Son of the Earl Rivers, 1744; 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, entitled The Lives of the Most Eminent English Poets; With Critical Observations on Their Works, 1781—English

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

  321. James Boswell

  322. The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D._21
    1791—English
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    Jonathan Swift
  323. A Tale of a Tub_4

  324. 1704; revised through fifth edition, 1710—English
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  325. 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_6

  326. originally anonymously published 1729—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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    Laurence Sterne
  329. The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman_14

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

  332. 1768—English
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  333. Thomas Gray

  334. Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard_1
    1751—English
    *Newman*

    Francis Burney
    • "Diaries"_1

    written 1768-1840; generally published in part accompanied by correspondence—English
    *Newman*

  335. Evelina, or, The History of a Young Lady's Entrance Into the World_2

  336. originally anonymously published 1778—English
    *Bloom* *Newman*

  337. Oliver Goldsmith

  338. The Vicar of Wakefield_6
    1766—English
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    Voltaire
  339. Lettres Philosophiques_5

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

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  341. Candide, ou L'Optimisme_22

  342. 1759; Mallison ("Smart") specifies Tobias Smollett's English translation—French
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    Denis Diderot
  343. Le Neveu de Rameau ou la Satire Seconde_7

  344. German traslation, 1805; original, 1823—French
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  345. Jacques le Fataliste et son Maître_4

  346. Jacques the Fatalist and His Master
    published in part 1785; in its entirety, 1796—French

    *Ward* *Norway* *Dirda* *Newman*

    • Denis Diderot et al.

    Encyclopédie, ou Dictionnaire Raisonné des Sciences, des Arts et des Métiers_7
    published in 28 volumes, 1751-72—French
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  347. Choderlos de Laclos

  348. Les Liaisons Dangereuses_6
    The Dangerous Liaisons
    1782—French

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    Jean-Jacques Rousseau
  349. Les Confessions_14

  350. 1782—French
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  351. Du Contrat Social ou Principes du Droit Politique_17

  352. The Social Contract
    1762—French

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  353. Émile, ou de l'Éducation_6

  354. 1762—French
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  355. Julie, ou la Nouvelle Héloïse_3

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

    Marquis de Sade
  357. Justine ou Les Malheurs de la Vertu_1

  358. 1791; revised and retitled La Nouvelle Justine ou Les Malheurs de la Vertu, 1797—French
    *Newman*

  359. Les 120 Journées de Sodome ou l'École du Libertinage_1

  360. written 1785; published 1905—French
    *Newman*

    Robert Burns
    • Poems_7

    late Eighteenth Century—English
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    • 'Why Should Na Poor Folk Mowe'_1

    'When Princes and Prelates'
    part of The Merry Muses of Caledonia, 1799—English

    *Newman*

    • 'My Luve Is Like a Red, Red Rose'_2

    originally published in Pietro Urbani's Scots Songs, 1794—English
    *Van Doren* *Newman*

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

  362. published in part, 1789, as Songs of Innocence; in its entirety, 1794—English
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  363. The Marriage of Heaven and Hell_6

  364. ca. 1793—English
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  365. The Book of Thel_5

  366. ca. 1789-90—English
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  367. Tiriel_4

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

  369. Visions of the Daughters of Albion_4

  370. 1793—English
    *Rexroth* *Ward* *Bloom* *Newman*

  371. America a Prophecy_4

  372. 1793—English
    *Rexroth* *Ward* *Bloom* *Newman*

  373. Europe a Prophecy_4

  374. 1794—English
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  375. The Book of Urizen_5

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

  377. The Book of Ahania_4

  378. 1795—English
    *Rexroth* *Ward* *Bloom* *Newman*

  379. The Book of Los_4

  380. 1795—English
    *Rexroth* *Ward* *Bloom* *Newman*

  381. The Song of Los_4

  382. 1795—English
    *Rexroth* *Ward* *Bloom* *Newman*

  383. Vala, or The Four Zoas_4

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

  385. Jerusalem: The Emanation of the Giant Albion_6

  386. 1820—English
    *Rexroth* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Bloom* *Graphic* *Newman*

  387. Milton, a Poem in 2 Books_5

  388. ca. 1811—English
    *Van Doren* *Rexroth* *Ward* *Bloom* *Newman*

  389. Poetical Sketches_4

  390. 1783—English
    *Fadiman* *Ward* *Bloom* *Newman*

    William Wordsworth; Samuel Taylor Coleridge
    • Lyrical Ballads, With a Few Other Poems_7

    1798; expanded 1800 and 1802—English
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    William Wordsworth
    • Poems_8

    late Eighteenth-early Nineteenth centuries—English
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  391. The Prelude or, Growth of the Poet's Mind: An Autobiographical Poem_9

  392. 1850; earlier versions written 1799 and 1805—English
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    • "Lucy poems"_2

    five poems, four of which ('Strange Fits of Passion Have I Known', 'She Dwelt Among the Untrodden Ways', 'Three Years She Grew in Sun and Shower', 'A Slumber Did My Spirit Seal') were originally published in the second edition of Lyrical Ballads, 1800, the other ('I Travelled Among Unknown Men') originally published in Poems, in Two Volumes, 1807—English
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    • 'Ode: Intimations of Immortality From Recollections of Early Childhood'_4

    originally entitled 'Ode', published in Poems, in Two Volumes, 1807; retitled and revised for inclusion in Poems, 1815; revised for inclusion in The Miscellaneous Poems of William Wordsworth, 1820—English
    *Van Doren* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Newman*

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

  394. 1817—English
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    • Poems_5

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

    • 'The Rime of the Ancyent Marinere'_7

    originally published in Lyrical Ballads, With a Few Other Poems, 1798; revised for inclusion in Sibylline Leaves, 1817—English
    *Baldwin* *Read* *Magill* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Newman* *Graphic*

    • 'Kubla Khan, a Vision in a Dream'_4

    originally published in Christabel; Kubla Khan, a Vision in a Dream; The Pains of Sleep, 1816—English
    *Read* *Recommended* *Newman* *Graphic*

    • Robert Southey

    Poems_1
    Nineteenth Century—English
    *Newman*

    Lord Byron (George Gordon, Lord Byron)
  395. Childe Harold's Pilgrimage_5

  396. 1812-18—English
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  397. Don Juan_8

  398. originally published in six volumes: Jul. 1819; Aug. 1821; Jul. 1823; Aug. 1823; Dec. 1823; Mar. 1824—English
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    • "Short poems"_1

    early Nineteenth Century—English
    *Newman*

    • 'She Walks in Beauty'_2

    originally published in Hebrew Melodies, 1815—English
    *Newman* *Graphic*

    Percy Bysshe Shelley
    • Poems_6

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

    • 'Ode to the West Wind'_1

    part of Prometheus Unbound, 1820—English
    *Newman*

    • 'To a Skylark'_1

    part of Prometheus Unbound, 1820—English
    *Newman*

    • 'Ozymandias'_3

    originally published Jan. 1818 in the Examiner; included in Rosalind and Helen, A Modern Eclogue; With Other Poems, 1818—English
    *Recommended* *Newman* *Graphic*

  399. Adonais: An Elegy Upon the Death of John Keats, Author of Endymion, Hyperon, etc._2

  400. 1821—English
    *Recommended* *Newman*

    • 'Mont Blanc: Lines Written in the Vale of Chamouni'_1

    part of Percy and Mary Shelley's History of a Six Weeks' Tour Through a Part of France, Switzerland, Germany, and Holland; with Letters Descriptive of a Sail Round the Lake of Geneva and of the Glaciers of Chamouni, 1817—English
    *Newman*

  401. Epipsychidion_1

  402. originally anonymously published 1821—English
    *Newman*

  403. Prometheus Unbound_3

  404. 1820—English
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  405. Mary Shelley

  406. Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus_11
    originally anonymously published 1818—English
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    John Keats
    • 'Ode on a Grecian Urn'_4

    originally anonymously published Jan. 1820 in Annals of the Fine Arts; included in Lamia, Isabella, The Eve of St. Agnes, and Other Poems, 1820—English
    *Recommended* *Trinity* *Telegraph* *Newman*

    • 'Ode to a Nightingale'_4

    originally published Jul. 1820 in Annals of the Fine Arts; included in Lamia, Isabella, The Eve of St. Agnes, and Other Poems, 1820—English
    *Recommended* *Trinity* *Telegraph* *Newman*

    • 'Ode on Indolence'_2

    originally published in The Life, Letters, and Literary Remains of John Keats, 1848—English
    *Telegraph* *Newman*

    • 'Ode on Melancholy'_3

    part of Lamia, Isabella, The Eve of St. Agnes, and Other Poems, 1820—English
    *Telegraph* *Trinity* *Newman*

    • 'Ode to Psyche'_3

    part of Lamia, Isabella, The Eve of St. Agnes, and Other Poems, 1820—English
    *Telegraph* *Trinity* *Newman*

    • 'To Autumn'_3

    part of Lamia, Isabella, The Eve of St. Agnes, and Other Poems, 1820—English
    *Telegraph* *Trinity* *Newman*

    • 'La Belle Dame Sans Merci'_2

    originally published May 1820 in the Indictaor—English
    *Newman* *Graphic*

    • 'Bright Star'_1

    originally published 1738 in the Plymouth and Devonport Weekly Journal—English
    *Newman*

    • "Story poems"_1

    early Nineteenth Century—English
    *Newman*

    • 'The Eve of St. Agnes'_3

    part of Lamia, Isabella, The Eve of St. Agnes, and Other Poems, 1820—English
    *Magill* *Recommended* *Newman*

    • 'Lamia'_1

    part of Lamia, Isabella, The Eve of St. Agnes, and Other Poems, 1820—English
    *Newman*

    • 'Isabella'_1

    part of Lamia, Isabella, The Eve of St. Agnes, and Other Poems, 1820—English
    *Newman*

  407. Endymion_2

  408. 1818—English
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    • 'Hyperion'_2

    part of Lamia, Isabella, The Eve of St. Agnes, and Other Poems, 1820—English
    *Recommended* *Newman*

    • 'The Fall of Hyperion: A Dream'_2

    originally published 1857 in the Bibliographical and Historical Miscellanies of the Philobiblon Society—English
    *Ward* *Newman*

    • Correspondence_2

    early Nineteenth Century—English
    *Bloom* *Newman*

    Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
  409. Die Leiden des Jungen Werthers_7

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

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

  411. Faust_26

  412. 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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    Alexander Pushkin
    • Stories_1

    Nineteenth Century—Russian
    *Newman*

  413. Kapitanskaâ Dočka_5

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

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    • 'The Queen of Spades'_1

    originally published Mar. 1834 in Biblioteka dlya Chteniya—Russian
    *Newman*

  415. Evgénij Onegin_7

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

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

  417. Mikhail Lermontov

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

    *Bloom* *Newman*

  419. Ivan Turgenev

  420. Otcy i Deti_11
    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*

  421. Ivan Goncharov

  422. Oblomov_4
    1859—Russian
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    Alfred, Lord Tennyson
    • "Early poems"_1

    Nineteenth Century—English
    *Newman*

    • 'The Lotos-Eaters'_1

    part of Poems, 1833—English
    *Newman*

  423. In Memoriam A H H_3

  424. 1849—English
    *Magill* *Recommended* *Newman*

    • 'The Charge of the Light Brigade'_1

    originally published Dec. 1854 in the Examiner; included in Maud and Other Poems, 1855—English
    *Newman*

  425. Maud and Other Poems_1

  426. 1855—English
    *Newman*

  427. Idylls of the King_2

  428. published in parts, 1859-85—English
    *Recommended* *Newman*

    Elizabeth Barrett Browning
    • Poems_1

    Nineteenth Century—English
    *Newman*

    • 'Sonnet 43'_1

    'How Do I Love Thee?'
    part of Sonnets From the Portuguese, 1850—English

    *Newman*

    Robert Browning
    • 'My Last Duchess'_2

    part of Bells and Pomegrantes No. III, Dramatic Lyrics, 1842—English
    *Van Doren* *Newman*

    • 'Childe Roland to the Dark Tower Came'_1

    part of Men and Women, 1855—English
    *Newman*

  429. The Ring and the Book_4

  430. originally published in four volumes, 1868-69—English
    *Van Doren* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Newman*

    • 'The Pied Piper of Hamelin'_1

    part of Bells and Pomegrantes No. III, Dramatic Lyrics, 1842—English
    *Newman*

    Alexandre Dumas
  431. Les Trois Mousquetaires_3

  432. The Three Musketeers
    originally published serially Mar.-Jul. 1844 in Le Siècle—French

    *France* *Guardian* *Newman*

  433. Vingt ans Après_1

  434. originally published serially Jan.-Aug. 1845—French
    *Newman*

  435. Le Vicomte de Bragelonne ou Dix ans Plus Tard_1

  436. originally published serially 1847-50—French
    *Newman*

  437. Le Comte de Monte-Cristo_3

  438. originally published serially Aug. 1844-Jan. 1846 in Journal des Débats—French
    *Magill* *Guardian* *Newman*

  439. Alexandre Dumas, fils

  440. La Dame aux Camélias_1
    1848—French
    *Newman*

    Victor Hugo
  441. Notre-Dame de Paris_8

  442. The Hunchback of Notre Dame
    1831—French

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

  443. Les Misérables_18

  444. 1862—French
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  445. Edmond Rostand

  446. Cyrano de Bergerac_3
    1897—French
    *Magill* *Recommended* *Newman*

  447. Prosper Mérimée

  448. Carmen_2
    published in part, Oct. 1845, in Revue des Deux Mondes; in its entirety, 1846—French
    *Dirda* *Newman*

    Walter Scott
  449. The Bride of Lamermoor_3

  450. originally anonymously published 1819—English
    *Baldwin* *Powys* *Newman*

  451. Rob Roy_2

  452. originally anonymously published 1817—English
    *Baldwin* *Newman*

  453. Ivanhoe_5

  454. originally anonymously published 1819—English
    *Baldwin* *Hundred* *Zulli* *Magill* *Newman*

    Washington Irving
  455. A History of New York From the Beginning of the World to the End of the Dutch Dynasty_1

  456. originally published under the pseudonym, Diedrich Knickerbocker, 1809—English
    *Newman*

  457. The Alhambra: A Series of Tales and Sketches of the Moors and Spaniards_1

  458. 1832; revised and retitled Tales of the Alhambra, 1851—English
    *Newman*

    • Stories_1

    Nineteenth Century—English
    *Newman*

    • 'Rip Van Winkle'_4

    part of The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon, Gent., published serially Jun. 1819-Jul. 1820, expanded 1848
    *Eliot* *Magill* *Recommended* *Newman*

    • 'The Legend of Sleepy Hollow'_4

    part of The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon, Gent., published serially Jun. 1819-Jul. 1820, expanded 1848
    *Eliot* *Magill* *Recommended* *Newman*

    Ralph Waldo Emerson
    • Essays_8

    Nineteenth Century—English
    *Lubbock* *Baldwin* *Durant* *Hundred* *Read* *Magill* *Good* *Newman*

    • 'Self-Reliance'_3

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

    • 'The Over-Soul'_1

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

  459. The American Scholar_5

  460. originally entitled, An Oration, Delivered Before the Phi Beta Kappa Society at Cambridge, published 1837—English
    *Eliot* *Classics* *Ward* *Fadiman* *Newman*

    • Poems_2

    Nineteenth Century—English
    *Bloom* *Newman*

    • 'The Humble-Bee_1

    part of Poems, 1847—English
    *Newman*

  461. Henry David Thoreau

  462. Walden; or, Life in the Woods_20
    1854—English
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    Edgar Allan Poe
    • Stories_6

    Newman specifies "Gothic stories" and "Auguste Dupin stories"; Nineteenth Century—English
    *Durant* *Hundred* *Zulli* *Good* *Learning* *Newman*

    • 'The Pit and the Pendulum'_3

    originally published 1842 in The Gift: A Christmas and New Year's Present for 1843; revised for inclusion in the Broadway Journal, May 1845—English
    *Recommended* *Newman* *Graphic*

    • 'The Premature Burial'_1

    originally published Jul. 1844 in the Philadelphia Dollar Newspaper—English
    *Newman*

    • 'The Fall of the House of Usher'_5

    originally published Sep. 1839 in Burton's Gentleman's Magazine; revised for inclusion in Tales of the Grotesque and Arabesque, 1840—English
    *Eliot* *Ward* *Magill* *Recommended* *Newman*

    • 'The Tell-Tale Heart'_3

    originally published Jan. 1843 in the Pioneer; revised for inclusion in the Broadway Journal, Aug. 1845—English
    *Recommended* *Newman* *Graphic*

    • 'The Black Cat'_1

    originally published Aug. 1843 in the United States Saturday Post; included in Tales, 1845—English
    *Newman*

    • 'The Murders in the Rue Morgue'_5

    originally published Apr. 1841 in Graham's Magazine; revised for inclusion in The Prose Romances of Edgar A Poe, 1843—English
    *Ward* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Telegraph* *Newman*

    • Poems_4

    Nineteenth Century—English
    *Baldwin* *Zulli* *Durant* *Newman*

    • 'The Raven'_2

    originally published Jan. 1845 in the Evening Mirror and Feb. 1845, under the pseudonym, Quarles, in the American Review; included in The Raven and Other Poems, 1845—English
    *Newman* *Graphic*

    • 'Annabel Lee'_1

    originally published Oct. 1849 in the New York Daily Tribune, Nov. 1849 in the Southern Literary Messenger, and Jan. 1850 in Sartain's Union Magazine—English
    *Newman*

  463. The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym. Of Nantucket_4

  464. 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*

  465. Walt Whitman

  466. Leaves of Grass_20
    1855; expanded and revised through ninth edition, 1892—English
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    Emily Dickinson
    • Poems_6

    Nineteenth Century—English
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    • 'It Was Not Death, for I Stood Up'_1

    part of Poems: Second Series, 1891—English
    *Newman*

    • 'She Died — This Was the Way She Died'_1

    part of Poems: Second Series, 1891—English
    *Newman*

    • Correspondence_1

    Nineteenth Century—English
    *Newman*

    Nathaniel Hawthorne
    • Stories_2

    Nineteenth Century—English
    *Fadiman* *Newman*

    • 'Young Goodman Brown'_2

    originally anonymously published 1835 in the New-England Magazine; included in Mosses From an Old Manse, 1846—English
    *Fadiman* *Newman*

  467. The Scarlet Letter_21

  468. 1850—English
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  469. The Blithedale Romance_3

  470. 1852—English
    *Baldwin* *Classics* *Newman*

  471. The House of Seven Gables_7

  472. 1851—English
    *Baldwin* *Classics* *Zulli* *Magill* *Recommended* *Campbell* *Newman*

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

  474. 1860—English
    *Baldwin* *Classics* *Bloom* *Newman*

    Herman Melville
  475. Typee: A Peep at Polynesian Life_1

  476. 1846—English
    *Newman*

  477. Oomo: A Narrative of Adventures in the South_1

  478. 1847—English
    *Newman*

  479. Mardi, and a Voyage Thither_1

  480. 1849—English
    *Newman*

  481. White-Jacket; or, The World in a Man-of-War_1

  482. 1850—English
    *Newman*

  483. Redburn: His First Voyage_1

  484. 1849—English
    *Newman*

  485. Moby-Dick; or, The Whale_26

  486. 1851—English
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  487. Pierre; or, The Ambiguities_1

  488. 1852—English
    *Newman*

  489. The Confidence-Man: His Masquerade_2

  490. 1857—English
    *Zane* *Newman*

  491. Billy Budd, Foretopman_9

  492. Billy Budd, Sailor (An Inside Narrative)
    1924—English

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

  493. The Piazza Tales_2

  494. 1856; originally published serially Nov. 1853-Aug. 1855 in Putnam's Monthly—English
    *Bloom* *Newman*

    • Poems_1

    Nineteenth Century—English
    *Newman*

    Mark Twain
  495. Life on the Mississippi_4

  496. 1883—English
    *Classics* *Magill* *Trinity* *Newman*

  497. Roughing It_2

  498. 1872—English
    *Kanigel* *Newman*

  499. The Innocents Abroad_2

  500. 1869—English
    *Classics* *Newman*

  501. The Prince and the Pauper_2

  502. 1881—English
    *Recommended* *Newman*

  503. A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court_3

  504. 1889—English
    *Bloom* *Recommended* *Newman*

  505. The Adventures of Tom Sawyer_7

  506. 1876—English
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  507. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn_23

  508. 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*

  509. Letters From the Earth_1

  510. written in part ca. 1910; published 1962—English
    *Newman*

    Stephen Crane
  511. Maggie: A Girl of the Streets_2

  512. 1893; revised 1896—English
    *Recommended* *Newman*

  513. The Red Badge of Courage_9

  514. 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*

    • 'The Open Boat'_2

    originally published Jun. 1897 in Scribner's; included in The Open Boat and Other Tales of Adventure, 1898—English
    *Recommended* *Newman*

    • 'The Blue Hotel'_2

    originally published serially Nov.-Dec. 1898 in Collier's Weekly; included in The Monster and Other Stories, 1899—English
    *Recommended* *Newman*

    Jane Austen
  515. Pride and Prejudice_30

  516. originally anonymously published 1813—English
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  517. Emma_11

  518. originally anonymously published 1815—English
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  519. Persuasion_6

  520. originally anonymously published 1817—English
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  521. Sense and Sensibility_4

  522. originally published under the pseudonym, A Lady, 1811—English
    *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Guardian* *Newman*

  523. Mansfield Park_4

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

  525. Northanger Abbey_2

  526. originally anonymously published 1817—English
    *Recommended* *Newman*

    Charlotte Brontë
  527. Jane Eyre: An Autobiography_16

  528. originally published under the pseudonym, Currer Bell, 1847—English
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  529. Shirley_2

  530. originally published under the pseudonym, Currer Bell, 1849—English
    *Smart* *Newman*

  531. Villette_3

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

    Emily Brontë
  533. Wuthering Heights_17

  534. originally published 1847 under the pseudonym, Ellis Bell; revised 1850—English
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    • Poems_2

    Nineteenth Century—English
    *Bloom* *Newman*

    Anne Brontë
  535. Agnes Grey_1

  536. originally published under the pseudonym, Acton Bell, 1847—English
    *Newman*

  537. The Tenant of Wildfell Hall_1

  538. originally published under the pseudonym, Acton Bell, 1848—English
    *Newman*

  539. Robert Louis Stevenson

  540. Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde_7
    1886—English
    *Magill* *Learning* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Zane* *Newman* *Graphic*

  541. Horace Walpole

  542. The Castle of Otranto_1
    originally published under the pseudonym, Onuphrio Muralto, 1764—English
    *Newman*

    Charles Dickens
  543. The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club_14

  544. 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*

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

  546. 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*

  547. Dealings With the Firm of Dombey and Son: Wholesale, Retail and for Exportation _3

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

  549. 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

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

  551. Bleak House_7

  552. originally published serially Mar. 1852-Sep. 1853—English
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  553. Hard Times - For These Times_7

  554. originally published serially Apr. 1854-Aug. 1854 in Household Words—English
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  555. Little Dorrit_5

  556. originally published serially Dec. 1855-Jun. 1857—English
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  557. A Tale of Two Cities_8

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

  559. Great Expectations_15

  560. originally published serially Dec. 1860-Aug. 1861 in All the Year Round—English
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  561. The Old Curiosity Shop _3

  562. originally published serially Apr. 1840-Nov. 1841 in Master Humphrey's Clock under the pseudonym, Boz—English
    *Baldwin* *Fadiman* *Newman*

  563. A Christmas Carol_7

  564. 1843—English
    *Ward* *Van Doren* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Guardian* *Taylor* *Newman*

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

  566. originally published serially Jan. 1847-Jul. 1848—English
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  567. The Luck of Barry Lyndon_1

  568. originally published serially 1844—English
    *Newman*

    George Eliot
  569. Middlemarch: A Study of Provincial Life _22

  570. originally published serially Dec. 1871-Dec. 1872—English
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  571. Daniel Deronda _4

  572. 1876—English
    *Baldwin* *Bloom* *Zane* *Newman*

  573. The Mill on the Floss _6

  574. 1860—English
    *Baldwin* *Eliot* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Newman*

  575. Silas Marner: The Weaver of Raveloe _6

  576. 1861—English
    *Van Doren* *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Campbell* *Newman*

  577. Adam Bede _7

  578. 1859—English
    *Lubbock* *Baldwin* *Hundred* *Read* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Newman*

    Thomas Hardy
  579. Far From the Madding Crowd_5

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

  581. The Return of the Native_8

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

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

  584. 1886—English
    *Powys* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Campbell* *Newman*

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

  586. 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*

  587. Jude the Obscure_7

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

  589. A Pair of Blue Eyes_1

  590. originally published serially Sep. 1872-Jul. 1873—English
    *Newman*

    Rudyard Kipling
    • Poems_1

    late Nineteenth-early Twentieth centuries—English
    *Newman*

    • 'If—'_2

    part of Rewards and Fairies, 1910—English
    *Newman* *Graphic*

    • 'Gunga Din'_1

    part of Barrack-Room Ballads and Other Verses, 1892—English
    *Newman*

    • 'The White Man's Burden'_1

    originally published 1899 in McClure's—English
    *Newman*

  591. The Jungle Book_4

  592. 1894—English
    *Powys* *Van Doren* *Recommended* *Newman*

  593. The Second Jungle Book_3

  594. 1895—English
    *Van Doren* *Recommended* *Newman*

  595. Kim_6

  596. 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*

    Oscar Wilde
  597. The Importance of Being Earnest_8

  598. 1895—English
    *Powys* *Ward* *Magill* *Recommended* *Smart* *Trinity* *Newman* *Educated*

  599. An Ideal Husband_2

  600. 1895—English
    *Ward* *Newman*

  601. Lady Windmere's Fan, A Play About a Good Woman_3

  602. 1892—English
    *Ward* *Recommended* *Newman*

  603. A Woman of No Importance_2

  604. 1893—English
    *Ward* *Newman*

  605. Salomé_2

  606. 1893; English version, 1894—French
    *Powys* *Newman*

  607. The Ballad of Reading Gaol_1

  608. originally published under the pseudonym, c.3.3., 1898—English
    *Newman*

  609. De Profundis_3

  610. published in part, 1905; additional portions published 1913; in its entirety, 1949; revised and included in The Letters of Oscar Wilde, 1962—English
    *Powys* *Ward* *Newman*

    Edith Wharton
  611. The House of Mirth_5

  612. 1905—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Smart* *Newman* *Educated*

  613. The Custom of the Country_3

  614. 1913—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Newman*

  615. The Age of Innocence_6

  616. 1920—English
    *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Harvard* *Newman* *Graphic*

  617. Ethan Frome_5

  618. 1911—English
    *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Campbell* *Newman*

    D H Lawrence
  619. Sons and Lovers_9

  620. 1913—English
    *Ward* *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Campbell* *Norway* *Great* *Newman*

  621. The Rainbow_2

  622. 1915—English
    *Bloom* *Newman*

  623. Women in Love_5

  624. 1920—English
    *Good* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Newman*

  625. Lady Chatterley's Lover_4

  626. abridged version, 1928; complete work, 1960—English
    *Recommended* *Taylor* *Newman* *Graphic*

  627. Aaron's Rod_1

  628. 1922—English
    *Newman*

  629. The Plumed Serpent_1

  630. 1926—English
    *Newman*

  631. The Escaped Cock_1

  632. 1929—English
    *Newman*

  633. Kangaroo_1

  634. 1923—English
    *Newman*

    • 'The Rocking-Horse Winner'_2

    originally published Jul. 1926 in Harper's Bazaar; included in The Woman Who Rode Away and Other Stories, 1928—English
    *Recommended* *Newman*

    • 'The Odour of Chrysanthemums'_1

    originally published Jul. 1911 in the English Review; included in The Prussian Officer and Other Stories, 1914—English
    *Newman*

    Stendhal
  635. Le Rouge et le Noir, Chronique du XIXe Siècle_18

  636. The Red and the Black
    1830—French

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

  637. Le Chartreuse de Parme_12

  638. The Charterhouse of Parma
    1839—French

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

    Honoré de Balzac
  639. Eugénie Grandet_7

  640. 1833—French
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  641. Le Père Goriot_14

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

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  643. Illusions Perdues_4

  644. Lost Illusions
    1837-43—French

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

  645. Splendeurs et Misères des Courtisanes_2

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

    *Bloom* *Newman*

  647. La Cousine Bette_7

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

    Gustave Flaubert
  649. Salammbô_4

  650. 1862—French
    *Durant* *Classics* *Bloom* *Newman*

  651. La Tentation de Sainte Antoine_3

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

  653. Madame Bovary_29

  654. 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*

  655. L'Éducation Sentimentale_8

  656. 1869—French
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  657. Bouvard et Pécuchet_1

  658. 1881—French
    *Newman*

    Émile Zola
  659. Germinal_10

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

  661. Nana_6

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

  663. La Bête Humaine_2

  664. 1890—French
    *Dirda* *Newman*

  665. L'Assommoir_5

  666. 1877—French
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Dirda* *Zane* *Newman*

    Joseph Conrad
  667. Lord Jim_6

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

  669. Heart of Darkness_16

  670. originally published serially Feb.-Apr. 1899 in Blackwood's—English
    *Magill* *Adler* *Learning* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Foundation* *Trinity* *Campbell* *Great* *Guardian* *Zane* *Smart* *Newman* *Graphic* *Deposit* *Educated*

  671. Nostromo_5

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

  673. The Nigger of the 'Narcissus': A Tale of the Sea_2

  674. 1897—English
    *Hundred* *Newman*

    • 'An Outpost of Progress'_1

    originally published serially Jun.-Jul. 1897 in Cosmopolis; included in Tales of Unrest, 1898—English
    *Newman*

    Nikolai Gogol
    • Stories_1

    Nineteenth Century—Russian
    *Newman*

    • 'Hoc'_1

    'The Nose'
    originally published 1836 in Sovremennik—Russian

    *Newman*

    • 'Zapiski Sumasšedšego'_2

    'The Diary of a Madman'
    1835—Russian

    *Recommended* *Newman*

  675. Revizor_2

  676. The Government Inspector
    1836; revised 1842—Russian

    *Bloom* *Newman*

  677. Mërtvyâ Duši_11

  678. Dead Souls
    1842—Russian

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

    Leo Tolstoy
  679. Anna Karenina_19

  680. 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
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  681. Voyna i Mir"_24

  682. 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*

    Fyodor Dostoevsky
  683. Bednye Lûdi_1

  684. Poor Folk
    1846—Russian

    *Newman*

  685. Dvojnik_2

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

    *Bloom* *Newman*

  687. Zapiski iz Mërtvogo Doma_1

  688. The House of the Dead
    originally published 1861 in Vrémâ—Russian

    *Newman*

  689. Zapaski iz Podpol'â_6

  690. Notes From Underground
    1864—Russian

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

  691. Prestuplénie i Nakazániye_22

  692. 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*

  693. Idiot_11

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

  695. Besy_9

  696. Demons; The Devils; The Possessed
    1872—Russian

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

  697. Brat'â Karamazovy_23

  698. 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*

    Henrik Ibsen
  699. Et Dukkehjem_14

  700. A Doll's House
    1879—Norwegian

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

  701. Gengangere_4

  702. Ghosts
    1881—Norwegian

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

  703. En Folkefiende_5

  704. An Enemy of the People
    1882—Norwegian

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

  705. Vildanden_8

  706. The Wild Duck
    1885—Norwegian

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

  707. Hedda Gabler_10

  708. 1890—Norwegian
    *Classics* *Read* *Ward* *Magill* *Adler* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Great* *Newman*

    August Strindberg
  709. Fröken Julie_5

  710. Miss Julie
    written 1888—Swedish

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

  711. Spöksonaten_3

  712. The Ghost Sonata
    1908—Swedish

    *Ward* *Bloom* *Newman*

  713. Ett Drömspel_3

  714. 1907—Swedish
    *Ward* *Bloom* *Newman*

    Anton Chekhov
  715. Čajka_7

  716. The Seagull
    1896—Russian

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

  717. Dâdâ Vanâ_10

  718. Uncle Vanya
    1897—Russian

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

  719. Tri Sestry_8

  720. Three Sisters
    1901—Russian

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

  721. Višhnëvyj Sad_8

  722. The Cherry Orchard
    1904—Russian

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

    • Stories_7

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

    • 'Ionich'_1

    —Russian
    *Newman*

    • 'Anna on the Neck'_1

    —Russian
    *Newman*

    • 'Big Volodya and Little Volodya'_1

    —Russian
    *Newman*

    • 'The Grasshopper'_1

    —Russian
    *Newman*

    • 'Skripka Rotšil'da'_2

    'Rothschild's Violin'
    originally published Feb. 1894 in Russkie Vedomosti—Russian

    *Foundation* *Newman*

    • 'In a Country House'_1

    —Russian
    *Newman*

    • 'Ward No. 6'_2

    —Russian
    *Dirda* *Newman*

    Charles Baudelaire
  723. Les Fleurs du Mal_7

  724. The Flowers of Evil
    1857—French

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

  725. Journaux Intimes_1

  726. 1887—French
    *Newman*

    Arthur Rimbaud
    • "Early poems"_1

    early Nineteenth Century—English
    *Newman*

    • 'Le Coeur Volé'_1

    'The Stolen Heart'
    written May-Jun. 1871 along with two alternate versions: Le Coeur Supplicié and Coeur de Pitre—French

    *Newman*

    • 'Le Bateau Ivre'_3

    'The Drunken Boat'
    written 1871—English

    *Bloom* *Newman* *Graphic*

  727. Une Saison en Enfer_6

  728. A Season in Hell
    1873—French

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

  729. Les Illuminations_5

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

    Comte de Lautreamont
    • Poems_1

    Nineteenth Century—French
    *Newman*

  731. Les Chants de Maldoror_2

  732. The Songs of Maldoror
    1869—French

    *France* *Newman*

    • Gérard de Nerval

    Poems_1
    Nineteenth Century—French
    *Newman*

    • Tristan Corbrière

    Poems_1
    Nineteenth Century—French
    *Newman*

    • Paul Verlaine

    Poems_2
    late Nineteenth Century—French
    *France* *Newman*

    • Jules Lafourge

    Poems_1
    late Nineteenth Century—French
    *Newman*

    Stéphane Mallarmé
    • 'L'Après-midi d'un Faune'_1

    1876—French
    *Newman*

  733. Un Coup de Dés Jamais N'Abolira Le Hasard_2

  734. originally published May 1897 in Cosmopolis; published separately 1914—French
    *Trinity* *Newman*

    Alexander Blok
    • Poems_1

    early Twentieth Century—Russian
    *Newman*

    • 'Dvenadcat'_2

    'Twelve'
    written 1918—Russian

    *Bloom* *Newman*

  735. André Breton

  736. Le Manifeste du Surréalisme_2
    1924—French
    *Bloom* *Newman*

    • Filippo Tommaso Marinetti

    'Manifesto Iniziale del Futurismo'_1
    'Futurist Manifesto'
    originally published Feb. 1909 in Gazzetta dell’Emilia

    *Newman*

    Guillaume Apollinaire
    • Poems_1

    early Twentieth Century—French
    *Newman*

  737. Le Poete Assassine_1

  738. 1916—French
    *Newman*

    William Butler Yeats
    • Poems_5

    late Nineteenth-early Twentieth centuries—English
    *Van Doren* *Magill* *Good* *Newman* *Educated*

    • 'The Second Coming'_3

    originally published Nov. 1920 in both the Dial and the Nation; included in Michael Robartes and the Dancer, 1921—English
    *Van Doren* *Newman* *Graphic*

    • 'Anne Gregory'_2

    part of Words for Music Perhaps and Other Poems, 1932; entitled 'For Anne Gregory' for inclusion in the Spectator, Dec. 1932—English
    *Van Doren* *Newman*

    • 'Meditations in Time of Civil War'_1

    part of The Cat and the Moon and Certain Poems, 1924; that book (except 'The Cat and the Moon') made part of The Tower, 1928—English
    *Newman*

    • 'Among School Children'_2

    part of October Blast, 1927; the entirety of that book made part of The Tower, 1928—English
    *Van Doren* *Newman*

    Henry James
  739. The American_4

  740. originally publishsed serially 1876-77 in the Atlantic Monthly; revised 1907—English
    *Zulli* *Read* *Trinity* *Newman*

  741. The Europeans_3

  742. originally published serially Jul.-Oct. 1878 in the Atlantic Monthly—English
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  743. The Portrait of a Lady_14

  744. originally published serially Oct. 1880-Nov. 1881 in Macmillan's and Nov. 1880-Dec. 1881 in the Atlantic Monthly—English
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  745. The Bostonians_4

  746. originally published serially 1885-86 in the Century Magazine—English
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  747. The Spoils of Poynton_1

  748. originally entitled The Old Things, published serially 1896 in the Atlantic Monthly—English
    *Newman*

  749. The Turn of the Screw_9

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

  751. What Maisie Knew_1

  752. originally published serially 1897 in the Chap-Book and, revised, in the New Review—English
    *Newman*

  753. The Wings of the Dove_3

  754. 1902—English
    *Powys* *Bloom* *Newman*

  755. The Ambassadors_11

  756. originally published serially 1903 in the North American Review—English
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  757. The Golden Bowl_6

  758. 1904—English
    *Powys* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Bloom* *Zane* *Newman*

    Gertrude Stein
  759. The Autobiography of Alice B Toklas_2

  760. published in part in the Atlantic Monthly; in its entirety, 1933—English
    *Newman* *Educated*

  761. Three Lives_2

  762. 1906—English
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  763. The Making of Americans: Being the History of a Family's Progress_2

  764. published in part, 1924, in the Transatlantic Review; in its entirety, 1925; abridged version, 1934
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  765. Tender Buttons_2

  766. 1914—English
    *Bloom* *Newman*

  767. Geography and Plays_1

  768. 1922—English
    *Newman*

    Franz Kafka
    • Stories_2

    early Twentieth Century—German
    *Zane* *Newman*

  769. Die Verwandlung_14

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

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  771. Der Prozess_16

  772. The Trial
    1925—German

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  773. Das Schloss_9

  774. The Castle
    1926—German

    *Read* *Van Doren* *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Norway* *Smart* *Newman*

  775. Der Verschollene_2

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

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    T S Eliot
    • 'The Love Song of J Alfred Prufrock'_4

    originally published Jun. 1915 in Poetry: A Magazine of Verse; included in Prufrock and Other Observations, 1917—English
    *Van Doren* *Recommended* *Newman* *Graphic*

    • 'The Waste Land'_11

    originally published Oct. 1922 in the Criterion—English
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    • 'The Hollow Men'_2

    originally published in Poems: 1909-1925, 1925—English
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  777. Ash Wednesday_7

  778. 1930—English
    *Ward* *Van Doren* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *GlobeMail* *Newman*

  779. Four Quartets_10

  780. 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
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    William Carlos Williams
  781. Spring and All_2

  782. 1923—English
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  783. Paterson_4

  784. originally published in five volumes: 1946, 1948, 1949, 1951, and 1958—English
    *Bloom* *Recommended* *Trinity* *Newman*

    • 'The Red Wheelbarrow'_1

    originally entitled 'XXII', published as part of Spring and All, 1923—English
    *Newman*

    • 'This Is Just to Say'_1

    originally published in Collected Poems, 1921-1931, 1934—English
    *Newman*

    Ezra Pound
  785. A B C of Reading_3

  786. 1934—English
    *Ward* *Dirda* *Newman*

  787. Guide to Kulchur_2

  788. 1938—English
    *Ward* *Newman*

  789. Cantos_7

  790. 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*

    • Cathay_2

    1915; translations—English
    *Dirda* *Newman*

    • "Short poems_1

    Twentieth Century—French
    *Newman*

    James Joyce
  791. Dubliners_10

  792. 1914—English
    *Classics* *Ward* *Van Doren* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Trinity* *Zane* *Smart* *Harvard* *Newman*

  793. A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man_14

  794. originally published serially Feb. 1914-Sep. 1915, in the Egoist—English
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  795. Ulysses_20

  796. published in part serially Mar. 1918-Dec. 1920 in the Little Review; in its entirety, 1922—English
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  797. Finnegans Wake_5

  798. 1939—English
    *Classics* *Ward* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Newman*

  799. Marcel Proust

  800. 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*

    Virginia Woolf
  801. A Room of One's Own_4

  802. 1929—English
    *Kanigel* *Smart* *Deposit* *Newman*

  803. To the Lighthouse_12

  804. 1927 —English
    *Magill* *Adler* *Good* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Norway* *Zane* *Smart* *Harvard* *Newman* *Graphic*

  805. Mrs. Dalloway_11

  806. 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*

  807. The Waves_5

  808. 1931—English
    *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Newman*

  809. Orlando: A Biography_4

  810. 1928—English
    *Bloom* *Fadiman* *Harvard* *Newman*

    • E M Forster

    Selected works_1
    Twentieth Century—English
    *Newman*

    Ernest Hemingway
    • Stories_3

    Twentieth Century—English
    *Van Doren* *Zane* *Newman*

    • 'Hills Like White Elephants'_1

    originally published Aug. 1927 in Transition; included in Men Without Women, 1927—English
    *Newman*

    • 'Big, Two-Hearted River'_2

    originally published May 1925 in This Quarter; included in the expanded edition of In Our Time, 1925—English
    *Van Doren* *Newman*

    • 'The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber'_2

    originally published Sep. 1936 in Cosmopolitan; included in The Fifth Column and the First Forty-Nine Stories, 1938—English
    *Adler* *Newman*

    • 'A Clean, Well-Lighted Place'_3

    originally published 1933 in Scribner's; included in Winner Take Nothing, 1933—English
    *Van Doren* *Recommended* *Newman*

    • 'Mr. and Mrs. Elliot'_1

    included in the expanded second edition of In Our Time, 1925—English
    *Newman*

  811. A Farewell to Arms_6

  812. 1929—English
    *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Campbell* *Smart* *Newman*

  813. The Sun Also Rises_7

  814. 1926—English
    *Good* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Campbell* *Zane* *Deposit* *Newman*

  815. For Whom the Bell Tolls_7

  816. 1940—English
    *Magill* *Recommended* *Campbell* *Zane* *Harvard* *Telegraph* *Newman*

  817. The Old Man and the Sea_8

  818. 1952—English
    *Van Doren* *Magill* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Campbell* *Norway* *Great* *Newman*

  819. A Moveable Feast_2

  820. 1964—English
    *Harvard* *Newman*

  821. Death in the Afternoon_1

  822. 1932—English
    *Newman*

    F Scott Fitzgerald
  823. This Side of Paradise_2

  824. 1920—English
    *Fadiman* *Newman*

  825. The Beautiful and the Damned_1

  826. 1922—English
    *Newman*

  827. The Great Gatsby_17

  828. 1925—English
    *Van Doren* *Magill* *Adler* *Learning* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Campbell* *Zane* *Great* *Guardian* *GlobeMail* *Smart* *Harvard* *Newman* *Graphic* *Educated*

  829. Tender Is the Night_6

  830. originally published serially Jan.-Apr. 1934 in Scribner's Magazine—English
    *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Zane* *Deposit* *Newman*

  831. The Last Tycoon_1

  832. 1941; expanded and retitled The Love of the Last Tycoon, 1993—English
    *Newman*

  833. The Pat Hobby Stories_1

  834. 1962; originally published serially Jan. 1940-May 1941 in Esquire—English
    *Newman*

    • 'A Diamond as Big as the Ritz'_1

    originally published Jun. 1922 in the Smart Set; included in Tales of the Jazz Age, 1922—English
    *Newman*

    William Faulkner
  835. As I Lay Dying_8

  836. 1930—English
    *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Kanigel* *Campbell* *Zane* *Newman*

  837. The Sound and the Fury_13

  838. 1929—English
    *Ward* *Magill* *Good* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Fadiman* *Campbell* *Norway* *Great* *Zane* *Harvard* *Newman* *Graphic*

  839. Absalom, Absalom!_7

  840. 1936—English
    *Magill* *Bloom* *Recommended* *Norway* *Zane* *Smart* *Newman*

  841. Light in August_4

  842. 1932—English
    *Bloom* *Recommended* *Campbell* *Newman*

  843. The Hamlet_3

  844. 1940—English
    *Bloom* *Zane* *Newman*

  845. The Town_1

  846. 1957—English
    *Newman*

  847. The Mansion_1

  848. 1959—English
    *Newman*