Harold Bloom's Western Canon I: (Gilgamesh-Eugénio de Andrade)

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  • 1. Gilgamesh(c.3000 BC) [tr.Stephen Mitchell]
  • 2. Egyptian Book of the Dead(c.2500 BC)[tr.Raymond O. Faulkner]
  • 3. Holy Bible(1200 BC) (King James Version)[e. Michael D. Coogan, or RSV]~
  • 4. The Apocrypha(100 AD)[e. Michael D. Coogan]~
  • 5. Sayings of the Fathers (Pirke Aboth)(70 AD)[tr.Joseph H. Hertz]~
  • 6. Mahabharata(c.500 BC) [tr.R. K. Narayan,William Buck]
  • 7. Bhagavad-Gita(c.500 BC) [tr.R. K. Narayan,William Buck]
  • 8. Ramayana(c.1000 BC) [tr.R. K. Narayan,William Buck]~
  • Homer(c.800-700 BC)
  • 9. Iliad[tr.Robert Fagles]~~
  • 10. Odyssey[tr.Robert Fagles]
  • Hesiod(c.700 BC)
  • 11. Works and Days[tr.Apostolos Athanassakis]~
  • 12. Theogony[tr.Apostolos Athanassakis]~
  • Archilochos(c.680 BC-c.645 BC)
  • 13.Fragments[Guy Davenport]
  • Sappho(c.630 BC-570 BC)
  • 14. Fragments[Guy Davenport]~
  • Alkman(c.700 BC)
  • 15. Fragments[Guy Davenport]
  • Pindar(522 BC-443 BC)
  • 16. Odes[tr.Anthony Verity]
  • Aeschylus(524 BC–455 BC)
  • 17. Oresteia[tr.Ted Hughes]~~
  • 18. Seven Against Thebes[tr.Robert Emmet Meagher]~
  • 19. Prometheus Bound[tr.James Scully, C. John Herington]~
  • 20. Persians[tr.Janet Lembke, C. J. Herington]
  • 21. Suppliant Women[tr.Rosanna Warren, Stephen Scully]
  • Sophocles(c.496 BC-406 BC)
  • 22. Oedipus the King
  • 23. Oedipus at Colonus
  • 24. Antigone~
  • 25. Electra~
  • 26. Ajax
  • 27. Women of Trachis
  • 28. Philoctetes
  • Euripides(c.480 BC–406 BC)
  • 29. Cyclops
  • 30. Heracles~
  • 31. Alcestis
  • 32. Hecuba
  • 33. Bacchae
  • 34. Orestes~
  • 35. Andromache
  • 36. Medea~
  • 37. Ion
  • 38. Hippolytus
  • 39. Helen
  • 40. Iphigenia at Aulis
  • Aristophanes(c.456 BC–c.386 BC)
  • 41. The Birds
  • 42. The Clouds
  • 43. The Frogs
  • 44. Lysistrata
  • 45. The Knights
  • 46. The Wasps
  • 47. The Assemblywomen
  • Herodotus (c.484 BC–c.425 BC)
  • 48. The Histories~
  • Thucydides(c.460 BC–c. 395 BC)
  • 49. The Peloponnesian Wars~
  • Plato(428 BC–347 BC)
  • 50. Apology
  • 51. Crito
  • 52. Charmides
  • 53. Laches
  • 54. Lysis
  • 55. Euthyphro
  • 56. Menexenus
  • 57. Lesser Hippias
  • 58. Ion
  • 59. Gorgias
  • 60. Protagoras
  • 61. Meno
  • 62. Euthydemus
  • 63. Cratylus
  • 64. Phaedo~
  • 65. Phaedrus
  • 66. Symposium
  • 67. Republic
  • 68. Theaetetus
  • 69. Parmenides
  • 70. Sophist
  • 71. Statesman
  • 72. Philebus
  • 73. Timaeus
  • 74. Critias
  • 75. Laws
  • Aristotle(384 BC–322 BC)
  • 76. Poetics~
  • 77. Ethics~
  • Menander(c.342 BC–291 BC)
  • 78. The Girl from Samos
  • "Longinus"(c.100 AD-300AD)
  • 79. On the Sublime
  • Callimachus(305 BC-240 BC)
  • 80. Hymns and Epigrams
  • Theocritus(c.300 BC)
  • 81. Idylls
  • Plutarch(c.46 AD-120 AD)
  • 82. Lives~
  • 83. Moralia
  • "Aesop"(c.650 BC)
  • 84. Fables
  • Lucian (c.125 AD–180 AD)
  • 85. Satires
  • Plautus(c.254 BC–184 BC)
  • 86. Pseudolus
  • 87. The Braggart Soldier~
  • 88. The Rope
  • 89. Amphitryon
  • Terence(c.195 BC-159 BC)
  • 90. The Girl from Andros
  • 91. The Eunuch
  • 92. The Mother-in-Law
  • Lucretius (c.99 BC-c.55 BC)
  • 93. The Way Things Are~
  • Cicero(106 BC–43 BC)
  • 94. On the Gods
  • Horace(65 BC-8 BC)
  • 95. Odes
  • 96. Epistles
  • 97. Satires
  • Persius(34 AD-62 AD)
  • 98. Satires
  • Catullus(c.84 BC–c.54 BC)
  • 99. Attis and Other Poems
  • Virgil(70 BC–19 BC)
  • 100. Aeneid~
  • 101. Eclogues
  • 102. Georgics
  • Lucan(39 AD–65 AD)
  • 103. Pharsalia
  • Ovid (43 BC–17 AD)
  • 104. Metamorphoses
  • 105. The Art of Love
  • 106. Heroides
  • Juvenal(c.100-200 AD)
  • 107. Satires
  • Martial(c.66 AD-105 AD)
  • 108. Epigrams
  • Seneca(c.4 BC–AD 65)
  • 109. Tragedies, particularly Medea and Hercules Furens
  • Petronius(c.27 AD–66 AD)
  • 110. Satyricon[tr.Sarah Ruden]
  • Apuleius (c.123 AD-c.180 AD)
  • 111. The Golden Ass
  • Saint Augustine(354 AD–430 AD)
  • 112. City of God
  • 113. Confessions~~
  • 114. The Koran(610 AD) (Al-Qur'an)
  • 115. The Book of the Thousand Nights and One Night(c.800 AD)(by anonymous)
  • 116. The Poetic Edda(c.1100 AD)(by anonymous)[tr.Henry Adams Bellows]~
  • Snorri Sturluson(1178 AD–1241 AD)
  • 117. The Prose Edda[tr.Jesse L. Byock]~
  • 118. The Nibelungen Lied(c.450 AD)(by anonymous)[A. T. Hatto]~
  • Wolfram von Eschenbach(c. 1170-c. 1220)
  • 119. Parzival
  • Chrétien de Troyes(c.1130-c.1180)
  • 120. Yvain: The Knight of the Lion~
  • 121. Beowulf(c.750 AD)(by anonymous)[tr.Seamus Heaney]
  • 122. The Poem of the Cid(c.1142)(by anonymous)~
  • Christine de Pisan(1364–c.1430)
  • 123. The Book of the City of Ladies~
  • Diego de San Pedro(c.1437-c.1498)
  • 124. Prison of Love~
  • Dante(1265–1321)
  • 125. The Divine Comedy[tr.Mark Musa]
  • 126. The New Life~
  • Petrarch(1304–1374)
  • 127. Lyric Poems
  • 128. Selections
  • Giovanni Boccaccio(1313–1375)
  • 129. The Decameron~
  • Matteo Maria Boiardo(c.1434–1494)
  • 130. Orlando Innamorato
  • Ludovico Ariosto(1474–1533)
  • 131. Orlando Furioso~
  • Michelangelo Buonarroti(1475–1564)
  • 132. Sonnets and Madrigals
  • Niccolò Machiavelli(1469–1527)
  • 133. The Prince
  • 134. The Mandrake, a Comedy
  • Leonardo da Vinci(1452–1519)
  • 135. Notebooks
  • Baldassare Castiglione(1478–1529)
  • 136. The Book of the Courtier~
  • Gaspara Stampa(1523-1554)
  • 137. Sonnets and Madrigals
  • Giorgio Vasari(1511–1574)
  • 138. Lives of the Painters~
  • Benvenuto Cellini(1500–1571)
  • 139. Autobiography
  • Torquato Tasso (1544–1595)
  • 140. Jerusalem Delivered(tr.Esolen)~~
  • Giordano Bruno(1548–1600)
  • 141. The Expulsion of the Triumphant Beast~
  • Tommaso Campanella(1568–1639)
  • 142. Sonnets
  • 143. The City of the Sun~
  • Giambattista Vico(1668–1744)
  • 144. Principles of a New Science~
  • Carlo Goldoni(1707–1793)
  • 145. The Servant of Two Masters~
  • Vittorio Alfieri(1749-1803)
  • 146. Saul
  • Luis de Camoëns(c.1524–1580)
  • 147. The Lusiads
  • Antònio Ferreira(1528 - 1569)
  • 148. First Book of Sonnets
  • 149. Castro
  • Jorge Manrique(c.1440–1479)
  • 150. Coplas
  • Fernando de Rojas (c.1465–1541)
  • 151. La Celestina
  • 152. Lazarillo de Tormes(by anonymous)~
  • Francisco de Quevedo(1580–1645)
  • 153. Visions
  • 154. Satirical Letter of Censure
  • Fray Luis de León(1527–1591)
  • 155. The Life Removed
  • 156. Ode to Salinas
  • 157. Poems
  • St. John of the Cross(1542–1591)
  • 158. Spiritual Canticle
  • 159. Dark Night of the Soul~
  • 160. Poems
  • Luis de Góngora(1561–1627)
  • 161. Sonnets
  • 162. Soledades
  • Miguel de Cervantes(1547–1616)
  • 163. Don Quixote
  • 164. Exemplary Stories~
  • Lope de Vega(1562–1635)
  • 165. La Dorotea
  • 166. Fuente Ovejuna
  • 167. Lost in a Mirror~
  • 168. The Knight of Olmedo
  • Tirso de Molina (1571?-1648)
  • 169. The Trickster of Seville
  • Pedro Calderón de la Barca(1600–1681)
  • 170. Life is a Dream
  • 171. The Mayor of Zalamea
  • 172. The Mighty Magician
  • 173. The Doctor of His Own Honor
  • Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz(1648–1695)
  • 174. Hombres necios
  • 175. Poems
  • Geoffrey Chaucer (c.1343–1400)
  • 176. The Canterbury Tales
  • 177. Troilus and Criseyde~
  • Sir Thomas Malory(c.1405–1471)
  • 178. Le Morte D'Arthur
  • William Dunbar(c.1460–c. 1520)
  • 179. The Goldyn Targe
  • 180. The Thrissil and the Rois
  • 181. Beauty and the Prisoner
  • 182. Poems
  • John Skelton(c.1460–1529)
  • 183. Colyn Cloute
  • 184. The Boke of Phyllyp Sparowe
  • 185. Poems
  • Sir Thomas More (1478–1535)
  • 186. Utopia
  • Sir Thomas Wyatt(1503–1542)
  • 187. Abide and Abide and Better Abide?
  • 188. Alas Madam for Stealing of a Kiss
  • 189. Poems
  • Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey(1517–1547)
  • 190. Sonnets
  • Sir Philip Sidney (1554–1586)
  • 191. The Countess of Pembroke's Arcadia
  • 192. Astrophel and Stella
  • 193. An Apology for Poetry
  • Fulke Greville, Lord Brooke(1554–1628)
  • 194. Caelica
  • 195. Poems
  • Edmund Spenser(c.1552–1599)
  • 196. The Faerie Queene~
  • 197. Complaints
  • 198. Astrophel
  • 199. Amoretti
  • 200. Epithalamion
  • 201. The Minor Poems
  • Sir Walter Ralegh(c.1552–1618)
  • 202. "What is Our Life"
  • 203. "The Lie"
  • 204. "The Ocean to Cynthia"
  • 205. "The Nymph's Reply to the Shepherd"
  • 206. Poems
  • Christopher Marlowe(1564–1593)
  • 207. Tamburlaine, part 1 & 2
  • 208. The Jew of Malta
  • 209. Doctor Faustus~
  • 210. Edward II
  • 211. The Massacre at Paris
  • 212. The Passionate Shepherd to His Love
  • 213. Hero and Leander
  • Michael Drayton(1563–1631)
  • 214. Poly-Olbion
  • 215. The Harmony of the Church
  • 216. Idea: The Shepherd's Garland
  • 217. Idea's Mirror
  • 218. Mortimeriados
  • 219. Nimphidia, the Court of Faery~
  • 220. Poems
  • Samuel Daniel(1562–1619)
  • 221. Poems
  • 222. A Defence of Ryme
  • Thomas Nashe(1567–c.1601)
  • 223. The Unfortunate Traveller~
  • Thomas Kyd(1558–1594)
  • 224. The Spanish Tragedy
  • William Shakespeare(1564–1616)
  • 225. Henry VI Part I~
  • 226. Henry VI, Part II~
  • 227. Henry VI, Part III~
  • 228. Titus Andronicus
  • 229. The Comedy of Errors
  • 230. Taming of the Shrew
  • 231. Two Gentlemen of Verona~
  • 232. Love's Labour's Lost~
  • 233. Romeo and Juliet
  • 234. A Midsummer Night's Dream
  • 235. The Merchant of Venice
  • 236. Henry IV, Part I
  • 237. Henry IV, Part II
  • 238. Much Ado About Nothing~
  • 239. Henry V
  • 240. As You Like It~
  • 241. Julius Caesar
  • 242. Richard II
  • 243. Richard III~
  • 244. Hamlet
  • 245. The Merry Wives of Windsor
  • 246. Twelfth Night
  • 247. All's Well That Ends~
  • 248. Troilus and Cressida
  • 249. Measure for Measure~
  • 250. Othello
  • 251. King Lear~
  • 252. Macbeth
  • 253. Antony and Cleopatra
  • 254. Coriolanus
  • 255. Timon of Athens
  • 256. Pericles
  • 257. The Tempest~
  • 258. Cymbeline
  • 259. The Winter's Tale
  • 260. Henry VIII
  • 261. The Two Noble Kinsmen
  • 262. Poems
  • Thomas Campion(1567–1620)
  • 263. Songs
  • John Donne(1572–1631)
  • 264. Elegies
  • 265. Poems
  • 266. Sermons
  • Ben Jonson(c.1572–1637)
  • 267. "On My First Son", "To Celia", "Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes"
  • 268. A Tale of a Tub
  • 269. The Case is Altered
  • 270. Every Man in His Humour
  • 271. Every Man out of His Humour
  • 272. Cynthia's Revels
  • 273. The Poetaster
  • 274. Sejanus His Fall
  • 275. Eastward Ho
  • 276. Volpone
  • 277. Epicoene, or the Silent Woman
  • 278. The Alchemist~
  • 279. Catiline His Conspiracy
  • 280. Bartholomew Fair
  • 281. The Devil is an Ass
  • 282. The Staple of News
  • 283. The New Inn, or The Light Heart
  • 284. The Magnetic Lady, or Humors Reconciled
  • 285. The Masque of Blackness
  • 286. Hymenaei
  • 287. The Masque of Beauty
  • 288. The Masque of Queens
  • 289. The Hue and Cry after Cupid
  • 290. The Lady of the Lake
  • 291. Oberon, the Faery Prince~
  • 292. Love Freed from Ignorance and Folly
  • 293. Love Restored
  • 294. A Challenge at Tilt, at a Marriage
  • 295. The Irish Masque at Court
  • 296. Mercury Vindicated from the Alchemists
  • 297. The Golden Age Restored
  • 298. The Vision of Delight
  • 299. Lovers Made Men, or The Masque of Lethe
  • 300. Pleasure Reconciled to Virtue
  • 301. News from the New World Discovered in the Moon
  • 302. Pan's Anniversary, or The Shepherd's Holy-Day
  • 303. The Gypsies Metamorphosed
  • 304. The Masque of Augurs
  • 305. Time Vindicated to Himself and to His Honours
  • 306. Neptune's Triumph for the Return of Albion
  • 307. The Fortunate Isles and Their Union
  • 308. Love's Triumph Through Callipolis
  • 309. Chloridia: Rites to Chloris and Her Nymphs
  • 310. Love's Welcome at Bolsover
  • Francis Bacon(1561–1626)
  • 311. Of atheism~
  • 312. Of praise~
  • 313. Of simulation and dissimulation~
  • 314. Of studies~
  • 315. Of truth~
  • 316. Of vicissitude of things~
  • Robert Burton(1577-1640)
  • 317. The Anatomy of Melancholy~
  • Sir Thomas Browne(1605–1682)
  • 318. Religio Medici
  • 319. Hydriotaphia, or Urne-Buriall
  • 320. The Garden of Cyrus
  • Thomas Hobbes(1588–1679)
  • 321. Leviathan~
  • Robert Herrick (1591-1674)
  • 322. Hesperides
  • 323. Poems
  • Thomas Carew(1595–1640)
  • 324. "A Rapture"
  • 325. "To Saxham"
  • 326. "To my friend G. N. from Wrest"
  • 327. Poems
  • Richard Lovelace(1618–1659)
  • 328. To Althea, From Prison
  • 329. To Lucasta. Going to the Warres
  • 330. Poems
  • Andrew Marvell(1621–1678)
  • 331. To His Coy Mistress
  • 332. The Garden
  • 333. "Upon Appleton House"
  • 334. Poems
  • George Herbert(1593–1633)
  • 335. The Temple
  • Thomas Traherne(1636-1674)
  • 336. Centuries, Poems, and Thanksgivings
  • Henry Vaughan(1622-1695)
  • 337. Olor Iscanus
  • 338. Silex Scintillians
  • 339. Silex Scintillians II
  • 340. Mount of Olives
  • 341. Flores Solitudinis
  • 342. Hermetical Physics
  • 343. The Chemist's Key
  • 344. Humane Industry
  • 345. Thalia Rediviva
  • John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester (1647–1680)
  • 346. A Satyr Against Mankind
  • 347. Poems
  • Richard Crashaw(c.1613-1649)
  • 348. Hymn to Saint Teresa
  • 349. Poems
  • Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher((1584–1616 & 1579 – 1625)
  • 350. The Woman Hater
  • 351. Cupid's Revenge
  • 352. Philaster, or Love Lies a-Bleeding
  • 353. The Maid's Tragedy
  • 354. A King and No King
  • 355. The Captain
  • 356. The Scornful Lady
  • 357. Love's Pilgrimage
  • 358. The Noble Gentleman
  • 359. Thierry and Theodoret
  • 360. The Coxcomb
  • 361. Beggars' Bush
  • 362. Love's Cure
  • George Chapman(c.1559–1634)
  • 363. The Blind Beggar of Alexandria
  • 364. An Humorous Day's Mirth
  • 365. All Fools
  • 366. Monsieur d'Olive
  • 367. The Gentleman Usher
  • 368. May Day
  • 369. The Widow's Tears
  • 370. Bussy D'Ambois
  • 371. The Conspiracy and Tragedy of Charles, Duke of Byron
  • 372. The Revenge of Bussy D'Ambois
  • 373. The Tragedy of Chabot, Admiral of France
  • 374. Caesar and Pompey
  • 375. Poems
  • John Ford (1586–c.1640)
  • 376. 'Tis Pity She's a Whore~
  • John Marston(1576–1634)
  • 377. The Malcontent
  • John Webster (c.1580–c.1634)
  • 378. The White Devil
  • 379. The Duchess of Malfi
  • Thomas Middleton and William Rowley(1580–1627 & c.1585-1626)
  • 380. The Changeling
  • Cyril Tourneur(1575–1626)
  • 381. The Revenger's Tragedy
  • Philip Massinger(1583–1640)
  • 382. A New Way to Pay Old Debts
  • John Bunyan(1628–1688)
  • 383. The Pilgrim's Progress
  • Izaak Walton (1593-1683)
  • 384. The Compleat Angler~
  • John Milton(1608–1674)
  • 385. Paradise Lost~
  • 386. Paradise Regained~
  • 387. Lycidas, Comus, and the Minor Poems
  • 388. Samson Agonistes
  • 389. Areopagitica~
  • John Aubrey (1626–1697)
  • 390. Brief Lives
  • Jeremy Taylor(1613-1667)
  • 391. Holy Dying
  • Samuel Butler
  • 392. Hudibras
  • John Dryden
  • 393. Astraea Redux
  • 394. To My Lord Chancellor
  • 395. The Indian Emperor
  • 396. Annus Mirabilis
  • 397. The Enchanted Island
  • 398. An Essay of Dramatick Poesie
  • 399. An Evening's Love
  • 400. Tyrannick Love
  • 401. The Conquest of Granada
  • 402. Marriage A-la-Mode
  • 403. Aureng-zebe
  • 404. All for Love
  • 405. Oedipus
  • 406. Absalom and Achitophel
  • 407. MacFlecknor
  • 408. The Medal
  • 409. Religio Laici
  • 410. The Hind and the Panther
  • 411. Amphitryon
  • 412. Don Sebastian
  • 413. Amboyna, or the Cruelties of the Dutch to the English Merchants
  • 414. The Works of Virgil
  • 415. Fables, Ancient and Modern
  • 416. Poetry and Plays
  • 417. Critical Essays
  • Thomas Otway(1652–1685)
  • 418. Venice Preserv'd
  • William Congreve(1670–1729)
  • 419. Love for Love(1695)
  • 420. The Mourning Bride(1697)~
  • 421. The Way of the World(1700)~
  • Jonathan Swift(1667–1745)
  • 422. A Tale of a Tub~
  • 423. Gulliver's Travels(1726)~
  • 424. Shorter Prose Works~
  • 425. Poems
  • Sir George Etherege (1635?–c.1692)
  • 426. The Man of Mode(1676)
  • Alexander Pope (1688–1744)
  • 427. The Pastorals(1709)
  • 428. The Rape of the Lock(1712)
  • 429. Eloisa to Abelard(1717)
  • 430. Elegy to the Memory of an Unfortunate Lady(1717)
  • 431. Epistles to Martha Blount(1717)
  • John Gay(1685-1732)
  • 432. The Beggar's Opera(1728)~
  • James Boswell(1740-1795)
  • 433. Life of Johnson(1791)~
  • 434. Journals(1762-1763)
  • Samuel Johnson (1709–1784)
  • 435. London(1738)
  • 436. The Vanity of Human Wishes(1749)
  • 437. Irene(1749)
  • 438. Debates in Parliament
  • 439. The Rambler(1750-52)
  • 440. The Adventurer
  • 441. The Idler(1758-60)
  • 442. Rasselas(1759)
  • 443. A Journey to the Western Islands of Scotland
  • 444. Lives of the Poets
  • Edward Gibbon(1737–1794)
  • 445. The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire(1776-1788)~
  • Edmund Burke(1729–1797)
  • 446. A Philosophical Enquiry into Origin of Our Ideas of the Sublime and Beautiful(1757)~
  • 447. Reflections on the Revolution in France(1790)~
  • Maurice Morgann(1726-1802)
  • 448. An Essay on the Dramatic Character of Sir John Falstaff(1777)
  • William Collins(1721–1759)
  • 449. Persian Eclogues(1742)
  • 450. Odes on Several Descriptive and Allegorical Subjects(1746)
  • 451. Ode on the Death of Thomson(1749)
  • 452. Ode on the Popular Superstitions of the Highlands(1750)
  • George Farquhar(1678–1707)
  • 453. The Beaux' Strategem(1706)~
  • 454. The Recruiting Officer(1706)
  • William Wycherley(c.1640–1716)
  • 455. The Country Wife(1675)
  • 456. The Plain Dealer(1675)~
  • Christopher Smart(1722–1771)
  • 457. Jubilate Agno
  • 458. A Song to David
  • Oliver Goldsmith(1728–1774)
  • 459. The Vicar of Wakefield(1766)~
  • 460. She Stoops to Conquer(1771)~
  • 461. The Traveller
  • 462. The Deserted Village(1770)
  • Richard Brinsley Sheridan(1751–1816)
  • 463. The Rivals(1775)
  • 464. The School of Scandal(1777)~
  • William Cowper(1731–1800)
  • 465. Olney Hymns(1779)
  • 466. John Gilpin(1782)
  • 467. The Task(1785)
  • George Crabbe(1754-1832)
  • 468. Inebriety(1775)
  • 469. The Candidate(1780)
  • 470. The Library(1781)
  • 471. The Village(1783)~
  • 472. The Newspaper(1785)
  • 473. The Borough(1810)~
  • 474. Tales in Verse(1812)
  • 475. Tales of the Hall(1819)
  • Daniel Defoe(1659–1731)
  • 476. Moll Flanders(1722)
  • 477. Robinson Crusoe(1719)~
  • 478. A Journal of the Plague Year(1722)~~
  • Samuel Richardson(1689–1761)
  • 479. Pamela(1740)
  • 480. Clarissa(1748)
  • 481. Sir Charles Grandison(1753)
  • Henry Fielding(1707–1754)
  • 482. Joseph Andrews(1742)
  • 483. The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling(1749)~
  • Tobias Smollett (1721–1771)
  • 484. The Adventures of Roderick Random(1748)
  • 485. The Expedition of Humphry Clinker(1771)
  • Laurence Sterne(1713–1768)
  • 486. The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman(1759)~
  • 487. A Sentimental Journey Through France and Italy(1768)
  • Fanny Burney(1752 – 1840)
  • 488. Evelina(1779)
  • Joseph Addison and Richard Steele(1672–1719 & 1672–1729)
  • 489. The Spectator(1711-12)
  • Jean Froissart(c.1337–c.1405)
  • 490. Chronicles(1373)
  • 491. The Song of Roland(1145)~
  • François Villon(c.1431–1463)
  • 492. Le Grand Testament
  • 493. Ballade des Pendus
  • 494. Ballade des Dames du Temps Jadis
  • Michel de Montaigne(1533–1592)
  • 495. "That Men By Various Ways Arrive At The Same End"
  • 496. "Of Sorrow"
  • 497. "That Our Affections Carry Themselves Beyond Us"
  • 498. "That The Soul Expends Its Passions Upon False Objects"
  • 499. "Whether The Governor Himself Go Out To Parley"
  • 500. "That The Hour Of Parley Dangerous"
  • 501. "That The Intention Is Judge Of Our Actions"
  • 502. "Of Idleness"
  • 503. "Of Liars"
  • 504. "Of Quick Or Slow Speech"
  • 505. "Of Prognostications"
  • 506. "Of Constancy"
  • 507. "The Ceremony Of The Interview Of Princes"
  • 508. "That Men Are Justly Punished For Being Obstinate"
  • 509. "Of The Punishment Of Cowardice"
  • 510. "A Proceeding Of Some Ambassadors"
  • 511. "Of Fear"
  • 512. "Not To Judge Of Our Happiness Till After Death"
  • 513. "That To Study Philosopy Is To Learn To Die"
  • 514. "Of The Force Of Imagination"
  • 515. "That The Profit Of One Man Is The Damage Of Another"
  • 516. "Of Custom; We Should Not Easily Change A Law Received"
  • 517. "Various Events From The Same Counsel"
  • 518. "Of Pedantry"
  • 519. "Of The Education Of Children"
  • 520. "Folly To Measure Truth And Error By Our Own Capacity"
  • 521. "Of Friendship"
  • 522. "Nine And Twenty Sonnets Of Estienne De La Boitie"
  • 523. "Of Moderation"
  • 524. "Of Cannibals"
  • 525. "That A Man Is Soberly To Judge Of The Divine Ordinances"
  • 526. "We Are To Avoid Pleasures, Even At The Expense Of Life"
  • 527. "Fortune Is Often Observed To Act By The Rule Of Reason"
  • 528. "Of One Defect In Our Government"
  • 529. "Of The Custom Of Wearing Clothes"
  • 530. "Of Cato The Younger"
  • 531. "That We Laugh And Cry For The Same Thing"
  • 532. "Of Solitude"
  • 533. "A Consideration Upon Cicero"
  • 534. "Relish For Good And Evil Depends Upon Our Opinion"
  • 535. "Not To Communicate A Man's Honour"
  • 536. "Of The Inequality Amoungst Us"
  • 537. "Of Sumptuary Laws"
  • 538. "Of Sleep"
  • 539. "Of The Battle Of Dreux"
  • 540. "Of Names"
  • 541. "Of The Uncertainty Of Our Judgment"
  • 542. "Of War Horses, Or Destriers"
  • 543. "Of Ancient Customs"
  • 544. "Of Democritus And Heraclitus"
  • 545. "Of The Vanity Of Words"
  • 546. "Of The Parsimony Of The Ancients"
  • 547. "Of A Saying Of Caesar"
  • 548. "Of Vain Subtleties"
  • 549. "Of Smells"
  • 550. "Of Prayers"
  • 551. "Of Age"
  • 552. "Of The Inconstancy Of Our Actions"
  • 553. "Of Drunkenness"
  • 554. "A Custom Of The Isle Of Cea"
  • 555. "To-Morrow's A New Day"
  • 556. "Of Conscience"
  • 557. "Use Makes Perfect"
  • 558. "Of Recompenses Of Honour"
  • 559. "Of The Affection Of Fathers To Their Children"
  • 560. "Of The Arms Of The Parthians"
  • 561. "Of Books"
  • 562. "Of Cruelty"
  • 563. "Of Judging Of The Death Of Another"
  • 564. "That Our Mind Hinders Itself"
  • 565. "That Our Desires Are Augmented By Difficulty"
  • 566. "Of Glory"
  • 567. "Of Presumption"
  • 568. "Of Giving The Lie"
  • 569. "Of Liberty Of Conscience"
  • 570. "That We Taste Nothing Pure"
  • 571. "Against Idleness"
  • 572. "Of Posting"
  • 573. "Of Ill Means Employed To A Good End"
  • 574. "Of The Roman Grandeur"
  • 575. "Not To Counterfeit Being Sick"
  • 576. "Of Thumbs"
  • 577. "Cowardice The Mother Of Cruelty"
  • 578. "All Things Have Their Season"
  • 579. "Of Virtue"
  • 580. "Of A Monstrous Child"
  • 581. "Of Anger"
  • 582. "Defence Of Seneca And Plutarch"
  • 583. "The Story Of Spurina"
  • 584. "Observation On A War According To Julius Caesar"
  • 585. "Of Three Good Women"
  • 586. "Of The Most Excellent Men"
  • 587. "Of The Resemblance Of Children To Their Fathers"
  • 588. "Of Profit And Honesty"
  • 589. "Of Repentance"
  • 590. "Of Three Commerces"
  • 591. "Of Diversion"
  • 592. "Upon Some Verses Of Virgil"
  • 593. "Of Coaches"
  • 594. "Of The Inconvenience Of Greatness"
  • 595. "Of The Art Of Conference"
  • 596. "Of Vanity"
  • 597. "Of Managing The Will"
  • 598. "Of Cripples"
  • 599. "Of Physiognomy"
  • 600. "Of Experience"
  • François Rabelais(c.1494-1553)
  • 601. Gargantua and Pantagruel~
  • Marguerite de Navarre(1492–1549)
  • 602. The Heptameron
  • Joachim Du Bellay(c.1522–1560)
  • 603. The Regrets
  • Maurice Scève(c.1500-c.1564)
  • 604. Délie
  • Pierre Ronsard(1524–1585)
  • 605. Odes of Pierre de Ronsard
  • 606. Amours de Cassandre
  • 607. Hymns
  • 608. Elégies, mascarades et bergeries
  • 609. Abrégé de l'art poétique français
  • 610. Odes, Elegies, Sonnets
  • Philippe de Commynes(1447-c.1511)
  • 611. Memoirs
  • Agrippa d'Aubigné(1552–1630)
  • 612. Les Tragiques
  • Robert Garnier(1544-1590)
  • 613. Mark Antony
  • 614. The Jewesses
  • Pierre Corneille(1606–1684)
  • 615. The Cid~
  • 616. Polyeucte
  • 617. Nicomède
  • 618. Horace
  • 619. Cinna
  • 620. Rodogune
  • François de La Rochefoucauld(1613–1680)
  • 621. Maxims~
  • Jean de La Fontaine(1621–1695)
  • 622. "The Raven And The Fox"
  • 623. "The Frog That Wished To Be As Big As The Ox"
  • 624. "The Two Mules"
  • 625. "The Wolf And The Dog"
  • 626. "The Heifer, The Goat, And The Sheep, In Company With The Lion"
  • 627. "The Wallet"
  • 628. "The Swallow And The Little Birds"
  • 629. "The City Rat And The Country Rat"
  • 630. "The Wolf And The Lamb"
  • 631. "The Man And His Image"
  • 632. "The Dragon With Many Heads, And The Dragon With Many Tails"
  • 633. "The Thieves And The Ass"
  • 634. "Simonides Preserved By The Gods"
  • 635. "Death And The Unfortunate"
  • 636. "Death And The Woodman"
  • 637. "The Man Between Two Ages, And His Two Mistresses"
  • 638. "The Fox And The Stork"
  • 639. "The Boy And The Schoolmaster"
  • 640. "The Cock And The Pearl"
  • 641. "The Hornets And The Bees"
  • 642. "The Oak And The Reed"
  • 643. "The Council Held By The Rats"
  • 644. "The Wolf Accusing The Fox Before The Monkey"
  • 645. "The Two Bulls And The Frog"
  • 646. "The Bat And The Two Weasels"
  • 647. "The Bird Wounded By An Arrow"
  • 648. "The Bitch And Her Friend"
  • 649. "The Eagle And The Beetle"
  • 650. "The Lion And The Gnat"
  • 651. "The Ass Loaded With Sponges, And The Ass Loaded With Salt"
  • 652. "The Lion And The Rat"
  • 653. "The Dove And The Ant"
  • 654. "The Astrologer Who Stumbled Into A Well"
  • 655. "The Hare And The Frogs"
  • 656. "The Cock And The Fox"
  • 657. "The Raven Wishing To Imitate The Eagle"
  • 658. "The Peacock Complaining To Juno"
  • 659. "The Cat Metamorphosed Into A Woman"
  • 660. "The Lion And The Ass Hunting"
  • 661. "The Will Explained By Aesop"
  • 662. "The Members And The Belly"
  • 663. "The Wolf Turned Shepherd"
  • 664. "The Frogs Asking A King"
  • 665. "The Fox And The Goat"
  • 666. "The Eagle, The Wild Sow, And The Cat"
  • 667. "The Drunkard And His Wife"
  • 668. "The Gout And The Spider"
  • 669. "The Wolf And The Stork"
  • 670. "The Lion Beaten By The Man"
  • 671. "The Fox And The Grapes"
  • 672. "The Swan And The Cook"
  • 673. "The Wolves And The Sheep"
  • 674. "The Lion Grown Old"
  • 675. "Philomel And Progne"
  • 676. "The Woman Drowned"
  • 677. "The Weasel In The Granary"
  • 678. "The Cat And The Old Rat"
  • 679. "The Shepherd And The Sea"
  • 680. "The Fly And The Ant"
  • 681. "The Gardener And His Lord"
  • 682. "The Battle Of The Rats And The Weasels"
  • 683. "The Monkey And The Dolphin"
  • 684. "The Man And The Wooden God"
  • 685. "The Jay In The Feathers Of The Peacock"
  • 686. "The Camel And The Floating Sticks"
  • 687. "The Frog And The Rat"
  • 688. "The Animals Sending Tribute To Alexander"
  • 689. "The Horse Wishing To Be Revenged Upon The Stag"
  • 690. "The Fox And The Bust"
  • 691. "The Wolf, The Goat, And The Kid"
  • 692. "The Wolf, The Mother, And Her Child"
  • 693. "The Words Of Socrates"
  • 694. "The Old Man And His Sons"
  • 695. "The Oracle And The Atheist"
  • 696. "The Miser Who Had Lost His Treasure"
  • 697. "The Eye Of The Master"
  • 698. "The Lark And Her Young Ones With The Owner Of A Field"
  • 699. "The Earthen Pot And The Iron Pot"
  • 700. "The Little Fish And The Fisher"
  • 701. "The Ears Of The Hare"
  • 702. "The Fox With His Tail Cut Off"
  • 703. "The Old Woman And Her Two Servants"
  • 704. "The Satyr And The Traveller"
  • 705. "The Horse And The Wolf"
  • 706. "The Ploughman And His Sons"
  • 707. "The Mountain In Labour"
  • 708. "Fortune And The Boy"
  • 709. "The Doctors"
  • 710. "The Hen With The Golden Eggs"
  • 711. "The Ass Carrying Relics"
  • 712. "The Stag And The Vine"
  • 713. "The Serpent And The File"
  • 714. "The Hare And The Partridge"
  • 715. "The Lion Going To War"
  • 716. "The Bear And The Two Companions"
  • 717. "The Ass Dressed In The Lion’s Skin"
  • 718. "The Lion And The Hunter"
  • 719. "Phoebus And Boreas"
  • 720. "Jupiter And The Farmer"
  • 721. "The Cockerel, The Cat, And The Young Mouse"
  • 722. "The Fox, The Monkey, And The Animals"
  • 723. "The Mule Boasting Of His Genealogy"
  • 724. "The Old Man And The Ass"
  • 725. "The Stag Seeing Himself In The Water"
  • 726. "The Hare And The Tortoise"
  • 727. "The Ass And His Masters"
  • 728. "The Sun And The Frogs"
  • 729. "The Countryman And The Serpent"
  • 730. "The Sick Lion And The Fox"
  • 731. "The Fowler, The Hawk, And The Lark"
  • 732. "The Horse And The Ass"
  • 733. "The Dog That Dropped The Substance For The Shadow"
  • 734. "The Carter In The Mire"
  • 735. "The Charlatan"
  • 736. "Discord"
  • 737. "The Young Widow"
  • 738. "The Animals Sick Of The Plague"
  • 739. "The Ill-Married"
  • 740. "The Rat Retired From The World"
  • 741. "The Heron"
  • 742. "The Maid"
  • 743. "The Wishes"
  • 744. "The Vultures And The Pigeons"
  • 745. "The Coach And The Fly"
  • 746. "The Dairywoman And The Pot Of Milk"
  • 747. "The Curate And The Corpse"
  • 748. "The Two Cocks"
  • 749. "The Ingratitude And Injustice Of Men Towards Fortune"
  • 750. "The Fortune-Tellers"
  • 751. "The Cat, The Weasel, And The Young Rabbit"
  • 752. "The Head And The Tail Of The Serpent"
  • 753. "An Animal In The Moon"
  • 754. "The Cobbler And The Financier"
  • 755. "The Lion, The Wolf, And The Fox"
  • 756. "The Power Of Fables"
  • 757. "The Man And The Flea"
  • 758. "The Women And The Secret"
  • 759. "The Dog That Carried His Master’s Dinner"
  • 760. "The Rat And The Oyster"
  • 761. "The Bear And The Amateur Gardener"
  • 762. "The Two Friends"
  • 763. "The Hog, The Goat, And The Sheep"
  • 764. "Thyrsis And Amaranth"
  • 765. "The Funeral Of The Lioness"
  • 766. "The Rat And The Elephant"
  • 767. "The Ass And The Dog"
  • 768. "The Pashaw And The Merchant"
  • 769. "The Use Of Knowledge"
  • 770. "Jupiter And The Thunderbolts"
  • 771. "The Cat And The Rat"
  • 772. "The Torrent And The River"
  • 773. "Education"
  • 774. "Democritus And The People Of Abdera"
  • 775. "The Wolf And The Hunter"
  • 776. "The Two Doves"
  • 777. "The Monkey And The Leopard"
  • 778. "The Acorn And The Pumpkin"
  • 779. "The Schoolboy, The Pedant, And The Owner Of A Garden"
  • 780. "The Mouse Metamorphosed Into A Maid"
  • 781. "The Fool Who Sold Wisdom"
  • 782. "The Oyster And The Litigants"
  • 783. "The Wolf And The Lean Dog"
  • 784. "Nothing Too Much"
  • 785. "The Wax-Candle"
  • 786. "Jupiter And The Passenger"
  • 787. "The Cat And The Fox"
  • 788. "The Treasure And The Two Men"
  • 789. "The Monkey And The Cat"
  • 790. "The Kite And The Nightingale"
  • 791. "The Shepherd And His Flock"
  • 792. "The Man And The Adder"
  • 793. "The Tortoise And The Two Ducks"
  • 794. "The Fishes And The Cormorant"
  • 795. "The Burier And His Comrade"
  • 796. "The Wolf And The Shepherds"
  • 797. "The Spider And The Swallow"
  • 798. "The Partridge And The Cocks"
  • 799. "The Dog Whose Ears Were Cropped"
  • 800. "The Fishes And The Shepherd Who Played The Flute"
  • 801. "The Two Parrots, The King, And His Son"
  • 802. "The Lioness And The Bear"
  • 803. "The Rabbits"
  • 804. "The Merchant, The Noble, The Shepherd, And The King’s Son"
  • 805. "The Gods Wishing To Instruct A Son Of Jupiter"
  • 806. "The Farmer, The Dog, And The Fox"
  • 807. "The Mogul’s Dream"
  • 808. "The Lion, The Monkey, And The Two Asses"
  • 809. "The Wolf And The Fox"
  • 810. "The Old Man And The Three Young Ones"
  • 811. "The Mice And The Owl"
  • 812. "The Cat And The Two Sparrows"
  • 813. "The Miser And The Monkey"
  • 814. "The Two Goats"
  • 815. "The Old Cat And The Young Mouse"
  • 816. "The Sick Stag"
  • 817. "The Bat, The Bush, And The Duck"
  • 818. "The Quarrel Of The Dogs And Cats, And That Of The Cats And Mice"
  • 819. "The Lobster And Her Daughter"
  • 820. "The Eagle And The Magpie"
  • 821. "The King, The Kite, And The Falconer"
  • 822. "The Fox, The Flies, And The Hedgehog"
  • 823. "Love And Folly"
  • 824. "The Raven, The Gazelle, The Tortoise, And The Rat"
  • 825. "The Woods And The Woodman"
  • 826. "The Fox, The Wolf, And The Horse"
  • 827. "The Fox And The Turkeys"
  • 828. "The Scythian Philosopher"
  • 829. "The Fool And The Sage"
  • 830. "The English Fox"
  • 831. "The Sun And The Frogs"
  • 832. "The League Of The Rats"
  • 833. "The Arbiter, The Almoner, And The Hermit"
  • Molière
  • 834. The Misanthrope~
  • 835. Tartuffe~
  • 836. The School for Wives
  • 837. The Learned Ladies
  • 838. Don Juan
  • 839. School for Husbands
  • 840. Ridiculous Precieuses
  • 841. The Would-Be Gentleman
  • 842. The Miser
  • 843. The Imaginary Invalid
  • Blaise Pascal
  • 844. Pensées~
  • Jacques-Bénigne Bosuet
  • 845. Funerary Orations
  • Nicolas Boileau-Despréaux
  • 846. The Art of Poetry
  • 847. Lutrin
  • Jean Racine
  • 848. Phaedra
  • 849. Andromache~
  • 850. Britannicus
  • 851. Athaliah
  • Pierre Carlet de Marivaux
  • 852. Seven Comedies
  • Jean-Jacques Rousseau
  • 853. The Confessions~
  • 854. Émile
  • 855. La Nouvelle Héloïse
  • Voltaire
  • 856. Zadig~
  • 857. Candide
  • 858. Letters on England
  • 859. The Lisbon Earthquake
  • Abbé Prévost
  • 860. Manon Lescaut~
  • Madame de La Fayette
  • 861. The Princess of Cleves
  • Sébastien-Roch Nicolas de Chamfort
  • 862. Products of the Perfected Civilization~
  • Denis Diderot
  • 863. Rameau's Nephew
  • Choderlos de Laclos
  • 864. Dangerous Liaisons~
  • Erasmus
  • 865. In Praise of Folly~
  • Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
  • 866. Faust, Parts One and Two
  • 867. Dichtung und Wahrheit
  • 868. Egmont
  • 869. Elective Affinities
  • 870. The Sorrows of Young Werther~
  • 871. Poems
  • 872. Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship
  • 873. Wilhelm Meister's Years of Wandering
  • 874. Italian Journey
  • 875. Verse Plays
  • 876. Hermann and Dorothea
  • 877. Roman Elegies
  • 878. Venetian Epigrams
  • 879. West-Eastern Divan
  • Friedrich Schiller
  • 880. The Robbers~~
  • 881. Mary Stuart
  • 882. Wallenstein
  • 883. Don Carlos
  • 884. On the Naïve and Sentimental in Literature
  • Gotthold Lessing
  • 885. Laocoön~
  • 886. Nathan the Wise
  • Freidrich Hölderlin
  • 887. Hyperion~
  • 888. Hymns and Fragments
  • 889. Selected Poems
  • Heinrich von Kleist
  • 890. The Schroffenstein Family
  • 891. The Broken Pitcher
  • 892. Amphitryon~
  • 893. Penthesilea
  • 894. The Kaethchen of Heilbronn
  • 895. The Battle of Arminus
  • 896. The Prince of Homburg
  • 897. The Earthquake in Chile
  • 898. The Marquise of O---
  • 899. Michael Kohlhaas
  • 900. The Beggerwoman of Locarno
  • 901. St Cecelia or The Power of Music
  • 902. The Betrothal in Santo Domingo
  • 903. The Foundling
  • 904. The Duel
  • Ugo Foscolo
  • 905. On Sepulchres
  • 906. Last Letters of Jacopo Ortis
  • 907. Odes and The Graces
  • Alessandro Manzoni
  • 908. The Betrothed
  • 909. On the Historical Novel
  • Giacomo Leopardi
  • 910. Zibaldone dei pensieri
  • 911. Essays and Dialogues
  • 912. Memorie del primo amore
  • 913. All'Italia
  • 914. Sopra il Monumento di Dante
  • 915. "The Dream"
  • 916. "The Infinite"
  • 917. "The Evening Before the Feast”
  • 918. "To the Moon"
  • 919. "The Solitary Life"
  • 920. "Nighttime Terror"
  • 921. Ad Angelo Mai
  • 922. Per le nozze della sorella Paolina
  • 923. Ad un vincitor di pallone
  • 924. Bruto minore
  • 925. Ultimo Canto di Saffo
  • 926. Alla primavera e Al conte Carlo Pepoli
  • 927. Alla sua donna
  • 928. Risorgimento
  • 929. A Silvia
  • 930. Il Passero Solitario
  • 931. Le Ricordanze
  • 932. La quiete dopo la tempesta
  • 933. Il sabato del villaggio
  • 934. Canto notturno di un pastore errante dell'Asia
  • 935. Il pensiero dominante
  • 936. Amore e morte
  • 937. Consalvo
  • 938. Aspasia
  • 939. Sopra un bassorilievo antico sepolcrale
  • 940. Sopra il ritratto di una bella donna scolpito nel monumento sepolcrale della medesima
  • 941. La ginestra
  • 942. Il tramonto della Luna
  • 943. Palinodia al marchese Gino Capponi
  • 944. Paralipomeni alla Batracomiomachìa
  • 945. The Moral Essays
  • Giuseppe Gioacchino Belli
  • 946. Roman Sonnets
  • Giosué Carducci
  • 947. Hymn to Satan
  • 948. Barbarian Odes
  • 949. Rhymes and Rhythms
  • Giovanni Verga
  • 950. Little Novels of Sicily
  • 951. Mastro-Don Gesualdo
  • 952. The House by the Medlar Tree
  • 953. The She-Wolf and Other Stories
  • Gustavo Adolpho Bécquer
  • 954. Rhymes
  • Benito Pérez Galdós
  • 955. Fortunata and Jacinta
  • Leopoldo Alas (Clarín)
  • 956. La Regenta
  • José Maria de Eça de Queirós
  • 957. The Maias
  • Benjamin Constant
  • 958. Adolphe
  • 959. The Red Notebook
  • François-Auguste-René de Chateaubriand
  • 960. Attala
  • 961. René
  • 962. The Genius of Christianity
  • Alphonse de Lamartine
  • 963. Meditations
  • Alfred de Vigny
  • 964. Chatterton
  • 965. La Mort du loup
  • 966. La Maison du berger
  • 967. Les Destinées
  • 968. L'Esprit pur
  • 969. Poems
  • Victor Hugo
  • 970. The Distance, the Shadows: Selected Poems
  • 971. Les Misérables
  • 972. Notre-Dame of Paris
  • 973. William Shakespeare
  • 974. The Toilers of the Sea
  • 975. The End of Satan
  • 976. God
  • Alfred de Musset
  • 977. Les Nuits
  • 978. Le rideau de ma voisine
  • 979. Poems
  • 980. Lorenzaccio
  • Gérard de Nerval
  • 981. The Chimeras~
  • 982. Sylvie
  • 983. Aurelia
  • Théophile Gautier
  • 984. Mademoiselle de Maupin
  • 985. Enamels and Cameos
  • Honoré de Balzac
  • 986. The Girl with the Golden Eyes
  • 987. Louis Lambert
  • 988. The Wild Ass's Skin
  • 989. Old Goriot
  • 990. Cousin Bette~
  • 991. A Harlot High and Low
  • 992. Eugénie Grandet
  • 993. Ursule Mirouet
  • Stendhal
  • 994. On Love
  • 995. The Red and the Black
  • 996. The Charterhouse of Parma
  • Gustave Flaubert
  • 997. Madame Bovary~
  • 998. Sentimental Education
  • 999. Salammbô
  • 1000. A Simple Soul
  • George Sand
  • 1001. The Haunted Pool
  • Charles Baudelaire
  • 1002. Flowers of Evil
  • 1003. Paris Spleen~
  • Stéphane Mallarmé
  • 1004. L'après-midi d'un faune
  • 1005. Les Mots anglais
  • 1006. Les Dieux antiques
  • 1007. Divagations
  • 1008. Un coup de dés jamais n'abolira le hasard
  • Paul Verlaine
  • 1009. Poèmes saturniens
  • 1010. Fêtes galantes
  • 1011. Romances sans paroles
  • 1012. Sagesse
  • Arthur Rimbaud
  • 1013. L'orgie parisienne~
  • 1014. Le coeur supplicié~
  • 1015. A Season in Hell
  • 1016. Illuminations~
  • Tristan Corbière
  • 1017. Les Armours Jaunes
  • Jules Laforgue
  • 1018. Stéphane Vassiliew
  • 1019. Les Complaintes
  • 1020. L'Imitation de Notre-Dame la Lune~
  • 1021. Moralités légendaires
  • 1022. Derniers vers
  • 1023. Berlin, la cour et la ville
  • Guy de Maupassant
  • 1024. "Les Soirées de Médan"
  • 1025. "Boule de Suif"
  • 1026. "Deux Amis"
  • 1027. "Mother Savage"
  • 1028. "Mademoiselle Fifi"
  • 1029. La Maison Tellier
  • 1030. "La Parure"
  • 1031. "Les Bijoux"
  • 1032. "L'Héritage"
  • 1033. Bel-Ami
  • 1034. "Le Horla"
  • 1035. "Clair de lune"
  • 1036. "Yvette"
  • 1037. "Contes du jour et de la nuit"
  • Émile Zola
  • 1038. Germinal~
  • 1039. L'Assommoir
  • 1040. Nana
  • Henrik Ibsen
  • 1041. Brand
  • 1043. Peer Gynt~
  • 1044. Emperor and Galilean
  • 1045. Hedda Gabler
  • 1046. The Master Builder
  • 1047. The Lady from the Sea~
  • 1048. When We Dead Awaken
  • August Strindberg
  • 1049. To Damascus
  • 1050. Miss Julie
  • 1051. The Father
  • 1052. The Dance of Death~
  • 1053. The Ghost Sonata
  • 1054. A Dream Play
  • Robert Burns
  • 1055. "Auld Lang Syne"
  • 1056. "Scots Wha Hae"
  • 1057. "A Red, Red Rose"
  • 1058. "A Man's A Man for A' That"
  • 1059. "To a Louse"
  • 1060. "To a Mouse"
  • 1061. "The Battle of Sherramuir"
  • 1062. "Ae Fond Kiss"
  • 1063. "Address To a Haggis"
  • 1064. "The Highland Lassie O"
  • 1065. "Highland Mary"
  • 1066. "To Mary in Heaven"
  • 1067. Poems, Chiefly in the Scottish dialect
  • 1068. "The Twa Dogs"
  • 1069. "Address to the Deil"
  • 1070. "Hallowe'en"
  • 1071. "The Cotter's Saturday Night"
  • 1072. "To a Mountain Daisy"
  • 1073. Tam O' Shanter~
  • 1074. Love and Liberty
  • 1075. "Holy Willie's Prayer"
  • 1076. "The Holy Fair"
  • William Blake(1757–1827)
  • 1077. Songs of Innocence and Experience~
  • 1078. The Book of Thel
  • 1079. The Marriage of Heaven and Hell
  • 1080. Jerusalem
  • 1081. Complete Poetry and Prose
  • William Wordsworth(1770–1850)
  • 1082. "Lines Composed A Few Miles above Tintern Abbey"
  • 1083. "Strange fits of passion have I known"
  • 1084. "She Dwelt among the Untrodden Ways"
  • 1085. "I wandered lonely as a cloud"
  • 1086. "Ode: Intimations of Immortality"
  • 1087. "The Solitary Reaper"
  • 1088. "Elegiac Stanzas"
  • 1089. "Composed upon Westminster Bridge, September 3, 1802"
  • 1090. "London, 1802"
  • 1091. "The world is too much with us"
  • 1092. Poems
  • 1093. The Prelude, or Growth of a Poet's Mind
  • Sir Walter Scott(1771–1832)
  • 1094. Waverley(1814)
  • 1095. The Heart of Midlothian(1818)~
  • 1096. Redgauntlet(1824)
  • 1097. Old Mortality(1816)
  • Jane Austen(1775–1817)
  • 1098. Pride and Prejudice(1813)~
  • 1099. Mansfield Park(1814)~
  • 1100. Emma(1815)~
  • 1101. Persuasion(1817)~
  • Samuel Taylor Coleridge(1772–1834)
  • 1102. "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner"(1798)
  • 1103. "Christabel"(1800)
  • 1104. "This Lime-Tree Bower My Prison"
  • 1105. "The Pains of Sleep"
  • 1106. "Kubla Khan"(1797)
  • 1107. Biographia Literaria
  • 1108. Poems and Prose
  • Dorothy Wordsworth(1771–1855)
  • 1109. The Grasmere Journal(1897)
  • William Hazlitt(1778–1830)
  • 1110. An Essay on the Principles of Human Action (1805)
  • 1111. Lectures on the Literature of the Age of Elizabeth and Characters of Shakespear's Plays (1817)
  • 1112. Lectures on the English Poets (1818)
  • 1113. Lectures on the English Comic Writers (1819)
  • 1114. The Spirit of the Age (1825)
  • 1115. On The Pleasure of Hating (c.1826)~
  • 1116. Essays and Criticism
  • Lord Byron(1788–1824)
  • 1117. Childe Harold's Pilgrimage(1812)
  • 1118. The Giaour(1813)
  • 1119. The Corsair(1814)
  • 1120. Parisina(1816)
  • 1121. The Prisoner Of Chillon(1816)
  • 1122. The Dream(1816)
  • 1123. Darkness(1816)
  • 1124. Manfred(1817)
  • 1125. Sardenapalus(1821)
  • 1126. Don Juan(1819)
  • 1127. "So, we'll go no more a roving"
  • 1128. "The First Kiss of Love"(1806)
  • 1129. "Epitaph to a Dog" (1808)
  • 1130. "She Walks in Beauty"(1814)
  • 1131. "When We Two Parted"
  • 1132. Poems
  • Walter Savage Landor(1775–1864)
  • 1133. "Rose Aylmer"
  • 1134. "Gebir"
  • 1135. Poems
  • 1136. Imaginary Conversations(1824)
  • Thomas De Quincey(1785–1859)
  • 1137. Confessions of an English Opium Eater(1822)~
  • 1138. Walladmor(1825)
  • 1139. Murder Considered as One of the Fine Arts(1827)~
  • 1140. Klosterheim, or The Masque(1832)
  • 1141. Lake Reminscences(1834-40)
  • 1142. Suspiria de Profundis(1845)
  • 1143. Selected Prose
  • Charles Lamb (1775–1834)
  • 1144. Essays of Elia(1823)
  • Maria Edgeworth(1767–1849)
  • 1145. Castle Rackrent(1800)
  • John Galt(1779–1839)
  • 1146. The Entail(1823)
  • Elizabeth Gaskell(1810–1865)
  • 1147. Mary Barton(1848)
  • 1148. Cranford(1851-3)
  • 1149. North and South(1854-5)
  • James Hogg(1770-1835)
  • 1150. The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner(1824)~
  • Charles Maturin(1782-1824)
  • 1151. Melmoth the Wanderer(1820)
  • Percy Bysshe Shelley(1792–1822)
  • 1152. Alastor(1815)
  • 1153. The Revolt of Islam(1817)
  • 1154. Ozymandias(1818)~
  • 1155. The Masque of Anarchy(1819)
  • 1156. Ode to the West Wind(1819)
  • 1157. To a Skylark(1820)
  • 1158. Prometheus Unbound(1820)~
  • 1159. Adonais(1821)
  • 1160. Poems
  • 1161. A Defence of Poetry
  • Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley(1797–1851)
  • 1162. Frankenstein(1818)
  • John Clare(1793–1864)
  • 1163. Poems Descriptive of Rural Life and Scenery(1820)
  • 1164. The Village Minstrel, and Other Poems(1821)
  • 1165. The Shepherd's Calendar with Village Stories and Other Poems(1827)
  • 1166. The Rural Muse(1835)
  • 1167. Poems
  • John Keats(1795–1821)
  • 1168. "On First Looking into Chapman's Homer(1816)
  • 1169. "Endymion: A Poetic Romance(1817)
  • 1170. "The Fall of Hyperion: A Dream(1817)~
  • 1171. "When I have fears that I may cease to be(1818)
  • 1172. "Hyperion(1818)
  • 1173. "La Belle Dame sans Merci(1819)
  • 1174. "Lamia(1819)
  • 1175. "Ode on a Grecian Urn"(1819)~
  • 1176. "Ode on Indolence"(1819)
  • 1177. "Ode on Melancholy"(1819)
  • 1178. "Ode to a Nightingale"(1819)
  • 1179. "Ode to Psyche"(1819)
  • 1180. "Bright star, would I were stedfast as thou art"(1819)
  • 1181. "To Autumn"(1819)
  • 1182. "The Eve of St. Agnes"(1819)
  • 1183. Poems and Letters
  • Thomas Lovell Beddoes(1803–1849)
  • 1184. Death's Jest-Book(1850)
  • 1185. Collected Poems(1851)
  • George Darley(1795-1846)
  • 1186. Errors of Ecstasie(1822)
  • 1187. Nepenthe(1828)
  • 1188. Sylvia, or The May Queen(1829)
  • 1189. Poems
  • Thomas Hood(1799-1845)
  • 1190. Whims and Oddities(1826)
  • 1191. Hood's Own, or, Laughter from Year to Year(1838)
  • 1192. Poems
  • Thomas Wade(1805–1875)
  • 1193. Tasso and the Sisters(1825)
  • 1194. Mundi et cordis carmina(1835)
  • 1194. Prothanasia and other Poems(1839)
  • 1195. Poems
  • Robert Browning(1812–1889)
  • 1196. Sordello (1840)
  • 1197. Dramatic Lyrics (1842);"Porphyria's Lover", "My Last Duchess", The Pied Piper of Hamelin, "Johannes Agricola in Meditation"
  • 1198. Men and Women (1855); "Love Among the Ruins", "A Toccata of Galuppi's", "Childe Roland to the Dark Tower Came", "Fra Lippo Lippi", "Andrea Del Sarto"
  • 1199. Dramatis Personae (1864); "Caliban upon Setebos", "Rabbi Ben Ezra"
  • 1200. The Ring and the Book(1868)~
  • 1201. Pacchiarotto, and How He Worked in Distemper (1876)
  • 1202. Jocoseria (1883)
  • 1203. Ferishtah's Fancies (1884)
  • 1204. Poems
  • Charles Dickens(1812–1870)
  • 1205. The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club(1836-7)~
  • 1206. The Adventures of Oliver Twist(1837-39)~
  • 1207. Nicholas Nickleby(1838-39)~
  • 1208. Martin Chuzzlewit(1843-44)~
  • 1209. Christmas Stories(1843-48)
  • 1210. Dombey and Son(1846-48)~
  • 1211. David Copperfield(1847-50)~
  • 1212. Bleak House(1852-53)~
  • 1213. Hard Times(1854)~
  • 1214. Little Dorrit(1855-57)~
  • 1215. A Tale of Two Cities(1859)~
  • 1216. Great Expectations(1860-61)
  • 1217. Our Mutual Friend(1864-65)~
  • 1218. The Mystery of Edwin Drood(1870)~
  • Alfred, Lord Tennyson(1809–1892)
  • 1219. Poems
  • 1220. "The Dying Swan"(1830)
  • 1221. "The Kraken"(1830)
  • 1222. "Mariana"(1830)
  • 1223. Lady Clara Vere de Vere(1832)
  • 1224. The Lotos-Eaters(1833)
  • 1225. The Lady of Shalott (1832, 1842)
  • 1226. "Locksley Hall"(1842)
  • 1227. "Tithonus"(1842)
  • 1228. "The Two Voices" (1834)
  • 1229. "Ulysses" (1833)
  • 1230. "Tears, Idle Tears"(1847)
  • 1231. Ring Out, Wild Bells(1850)
  • 1232. The Charge of the Light Brigade(1854)~
  • 1233. Maud(1855/1856)
  • 1234. Enoch Arden(1862/1864)
  • 1235. Flower in the crannied wall(1869)
  • 1236. Idylls of the King (1885)
  • Dante Gabriel Rossetti(1828–1882)
  • 1237. The House of Life(1870)
  • 1238. Ballads and Sonnets(1881)
  • 1239. The Early Italian Poets(1861)
  • 1240. Poems and Translations
  • Matthew Arnold(1822–1888)
  • 1241. "Dover Beach"(1867)
  • 1242. "The Scholar Gypsy"
  • 1243. "Stanzas from the Grande Chartreuse"
  • 1244. "The Forsaken Merman"(1849)
  • 1245. Poems
  • 1246. Essays in Criticism
  • 1247. Culture and Anarchy
  • 1248. Literature and Dogma
  • 1249. Essays
  • Arthur Hugh Clough(1819– 1861)
  • 1250. "Tober-na-Vuolich"(1848)
  • 1251. Ambarvalia(1849)
  • 1252. Amours de Voyage(1849)
  • 1253. Tales on Board
  • 1254. Poems
  • Christina Rossetti(1830–1894)
  • 1255. Goblin Market and Other Poems(1862)
  • 1256. Poems
  • Thomas Love Peacock(1785-1866)
  • 1257. Nightmare Abbey(1818)
  • 1258. Gryll Grange(1861)
  • Gerald Manley Hopkins(1844–1889)
  • 1259. "Heaven-Haven"
  • 1260. "As Kingfishers Catch Fire"
  • 1261. "The Bugler's First Communion"
  • 1262. "Epithalamion"
  • 1263. "The Windhover"
  • 1264. Poems and Prose
  • Thomas Carlyle(1795-1881)
  • 1265. Sartor Resartus(1831)
  • 1266. The French Revolution(1837)~
  • 1267. Past and Present(1843)
  • 1268. Heroes and Hero Worship
  • 1269. The Everlasting Yea and No
  • 1270. Worship of Silence and Sorrow
  • John Ruskin(1819-1900)
  • 1271. Modern Painters(1843-1860)
  • 1272. The Stones of Venice(1851-53)~
  • 1273. Unto This Last(1860)
  • 1274. The Queen of the Air(1869)
  • Walter Pater(1839-1894)
  • 1275. Studies in the History of the Renaissance(1895)
  • 1276. Appreciations(1889)
  • 1277. Imaginary Portraits(1887)
  • 1278. Marius the Epicurean(1885)
  • Edward FitzGerald(1809-1883)
  • 1279. The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam(1859-89)~
  • John Stuart Mill(1806-1873)
  • 1280. On Liberty(1859)
  • 1281. Autobiography(1873)
  • John Henry Newman(1801-1890)
  • 1282. The Idea of a University(1858)
  • 1283. Apologia pro Vita Sua(1864)
  • 1284. A Grammar of Assent(1870)~
  • Anthony Trollope(1815-1882)
  • 1285. Chronicles of Barsetshire: The Warden (1855)~
  • 1286. Chronicles of Barsetshire: Barchester Towers (1857)~
  • 1287. Chronicles of Barsetshire: Doctor Thorne (1858)~
  • 1288. Chronicles of Barsetshire: Framley Parsonage (1861)~
  • 1289. Chronicles of Barsetshire: The Small House at Allington (1864)~
  • 1290. Chronicles of Barsetshire: The Last Chronicle of Barset (1867)~
  • 1291. The Palliser Novels: Can You Forgive Her? (1864)~
  • 1292. The Palliser Novels: Phineas Finn (1869)~
  • 1293. The Palliser Novels: The Eustace Diamonds(1873)~
  • 1294. The Palliser Novels: Phineas Redux (1874)~
  • 1295. The Palliser Novels: The Prime Minister (1876)~
  • 1296. The Palliser Novels: The Duke's Children (1879)~
  • 1297. Orley Farm(1862)
  • 1298. The Way We Live Now(1875)
  • Lewis Carroll(1832-1898)
  • 1299. Alice's Adventure in Wonderland(1865)
  • 1300. Bruno's Revenge and other Stories
  • 1301. The Hunting of the Snark(1874)~
  • 1302. Sylvie and Bruno(1889)~
  • 1303. Sylvie and Bruno Concluded(1893)~
  • 1304. Through the Looking Glass(1871)
  • 1305. The Walrus and the Carpenter
  • 1306. Phantasmagoria
  • 1307. A Sea Dirge
  • 1308. Mad Gardener's Song
  • 1309. The Mouse's Tale
  • Edward Lear(1812-1888)
  • 1310. Book of Nonsense(1846)~
  • 1311. Book of Nonsense and More Nonsense(1862)
  • 1312. Nonsense Songs and Stories(1871)
  • 1313. More Nonsense Songs, Pictures, etc.(1872)
  • 1314. Nonsense Alphabets(1888)
  • 1314. Nonsense Botany (1888)
  • George Gissing(1857-1903)
  • 1215. New Grub Street(1891)~
  • Algernon Charles Swinburne(1837-1909)
  • 1216. Atalanta in Calydon(1865)~
  • 1217. Poems and Ballads I(1866)
  • 1218. Songs before Sunrise(1871)
  • 1219. Poems and Ballads II(1878)
  • 1220. Tristram of Lyonesse(1882)
  • 1221. Poems and Ballads III(1889)
  • 1222. Poems and Letters
  • Charlotte Brontë(1816-1855)
  • 1223. Jane Eyre(1847)~
  • 1224. Villette(1853)
  • Emily Brontë(1818-1848)
  • 1225. "No Coward Soul is Mine"
  • 1226. "Day Dream"
  • 1227. "The Old Stoic"
  • 1228. "Well Hast Thou spoken"
  • 1229. "Self Interrogation"
  • 1230. "A Little While"
  • 1231. "At Castlewood"
  • 1232. "My Lady's Grave"
  • 1233. "When I shall sleep"
  • 1234. "Remembrance"
  • 1235. "God of Visions"
  • 1236. "Stanza"
  • 1237. "The Prisoner"
  • 1238. Wuthering Heights(1847)~
  • William Makepeace Thackeray(1811-1863)
  • 1239. Vanity Fair(1848)~
  • 1240. The History of Henry Esmond(1852)
  • George Meredith(1828-1909)
  • 1241. Poems(1851)
  • 1242. The Egoist(1879)
  • Francis Thompson(1859-1907)
  • 1243. "The Hound of Heaven"
  • 1244. "At Lord's"
  • 1245. Poems(1893)
  • 1246. Sister Songs(1895)
  • 1247. New Poems(1897)
  • Lionel Johnson(1867-1902)
  • 1248. Poems(1895)
  • Robert Bridges(1844-1930)
  • 1249. Shorter Poems, Books I - IV(1890)
  • 1250. Shorter Poems, Books I - V(1894)
  • 1251. The Necessity of Poetry(1918)
  • 1252. The Tapestry: Poems(1925)
  • 1253. The Testament of Beauty(1929)
  • Gilbert Keith Chesterton(1874-1936)
  • 1254. "The Rolling English Road"(1914)
  • 1255. "Lepanto"(1915)
  • 1256. "The Secret People"
  • 1257. "A Ballade of Suicide"
  • 1258. Collected Poems
  • 1259. The Man Who Was Thursday(1907)~
  • Samuel Butler(1835-1902)
  • 1260. Erewhon(1872)~
  • 1261. The Way of All Flesh(1903)~
  • W. S. Gilbert(1836-1911)
  • 1262. The Sorcerer(1877)
  • 1263. H.M.S. Pinafore(1878)~
  • 1264. The Pirates of Penzance(1879)
  • 1265. Patience(1881)
  • 1266. Iolanthe(1882)
  • 1267. Princess Ida(1884)
  • 1268. The Mikado(1885)
  • 1269. Ruddigore(1887)
  • 1270. The Yeomen of the Guard(1888)
  • 1271. The Gondoliers(1889)~
  • 1272. Utopia, Limited(1893)
  • 1273. The Grand Duke(1896)
  • 1274. Bab Ballads(1865-1871)
  • Wilkie Collins(1824-1889)
  • 1275. The Woman in White(1860)
  • 1276. No Name(1862)
  • 1277. The Moonstone(1868)
  • Coventry Patmore(1823-1896)
  • 1278. The Unknown Eros
  • James Thomson (Bysshe Vanolis)(1834-1882)
  • 1279. The City of the Dreadful Night(1880)
  • Oscar Wilde(1854-1900)
  • 1280. Lady Windermere's Fan(1892)~
  • 1281. Salome(1893)~
  • 1282. A Woman of No Importance(1893)~
  • 1283. An Ideal Husband(1895)~
  • 1284. The Importance of Being Earnest(1895)~
  • 1285. The Picture of Dorian Gray(1891)~
  • 1286. The Artist as Critic
  • 1287. Letters(1960)
  • John Davidson(1857-1909)
  • 1288. Ballads and Songs(1894)
  • Ernest Dowson(1867-1900)
  • 1289. "Vitae Summa Brevis"
  • 1290. "Non Sum Qualis eram Bonae Sub Regno Cynarae"
  • 1291. Complete Poems
  • George Eliot(1819-1880)
  • 1292. Adam Bede(1859)
  • 1293. The Mill on the Floss(1860)
  • 1294. Silas Marner(1861)~
  • 1295. Middlemarch(1871-72)~
  • 1296. Daniel Deronda(1876)~
  • Robert Louis Stevenson(1850-1894)
  • 1297. Essays
  • 1298. Kidnapped(1886)
  • 1299. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde(1886)
  • 1300. Treasure Island(1883)
  • 1301. The New Arabian Nights(1882)
  • 1302. The Master of Ballantrae(1889)
  • 1303. Weir of Hermiston(1896)
  • William Morris(1834-1896)
  • 1304. The Life and Death of Jason(1867)
  • 1305. The Earthly Paradise(1868–1870)~
  • 1306. The Story of Sigurd the Volsung and the Fall of Niblungs (1877)~
  • 1307. News from Nowhere(1890)
  • 1308. Poems By the Way(1891)
  • 1309. The Well at the World's End(1896)~
  • Bram Stoker(1847-1912)
  • 1310. Dracula(1897)
  • 1311. The Lair of the White Worm(1911)~
  • George Macdonald(1824-1905)
  • 1312. At the Back of the North Wind(1871)
  • 1313. Lilith(1895)
  • Novalis (Friedrich von Hardenburg)(1772-1801)
  • 1314. Hymns to the Night(1800)
  • 1315. Aphorisms
  • Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm(1785-1863 & 1786-1859)
  • 1316. Fairy Tales
  • Eduard Mörike(1804-1875)
  • 1317. Gedichte (1838)
  • 1318. Mozart on His Way to Prague(1856)
  • Theodor Storm(1817-1888)
  • 1319. Immensee(1849)
  • 1320. Poems(1852)
  • Gottfried Keller(1819-1890)
  • 1321. Green Henry(1855)
  • 1322. Tales
  • E. T. A. Hoffmann(1776-1822)
  • 1323. The Devil's Elixir(1815)~
  • 1324. The Sandman~
  • 1325. Tales
  • Jeremias Gotthelf(1797-1854)
  • 1326. The Black Spider(1837)~
  • Adalbert Stifter(1805-1868)
  • 1327. Indian Summer(1857)
  • 1328. Tales(1869)
  • Friedrich Schlegel(1772-1829)
  • 1329. Criticism and Aphorisms
  • Georg Büchner(1813-1837)
  • 1330. Danton's Death(1835)
  • 1331. Woyzeck(1837)~
  • Heinrich Heine(1797-1856)
  • 1332. Complete Poems(1887)
  • Richard Wagner(1813-1883)
  • 1333. The Ring of the Nibelung: The Rhinegold(1854)~
  • 1334. The Ring of the Nibelung: The Valkyrie(1856)~
  • 1335. The Ring of the Nibelung: Young Siegfried(1871)~
  • 1336. The Ring of the Nibelung: Twilight of the Gods(1874)~
  • Friedrich Nietzsche(1844-1900)
  • 1337. The Birth of Tragedy(1872)~
  • 1338. Beyond Good and Evil(1886)~
  • 1339. On the Genealogy of Morals(1887)~
  • 1340. The Will to Power(1901)~
  • Theodor Fontane(1819-1898)
  • 1341. Effi Briest(1896)
  • Stefan George(1868-1933)
  • 1342. The New Empire(1928)
  • Aleksandr Pushkin(1799-1837)
  • 1343. Complete Prose Tales
  • 1344. Complete Poetry
  • 1345. Eugene Onegin(1825-1832)
  • 1346. Narrative Poems
  • 1347. Boris Godunov(1825)
  • Nikolay Gogol(1809-1852)
  • 1348. The Complete Tales
  • 1349. Dead Souls(1842)~
  • 1350. The Government Inspector(1836)
  • Mikhail Lermontov(1814-1841)
  • 1351. Narrative Poems
  • 1352. A Hero of Our Time(1839)
  • Sergei Aksakov(1791-1859)
  • 1353. A Family Chronicle(1856)
  • Aleksandr Herzen(1812-1870)
  • 1354. My Past and Thoughts(1860)
  • 1355. From the Other Shore(1850)
  • Ivan Goncharov(1812-1891)
  • 1356. The Frigate Pallada(1858)
  • 1357. Oblomov(1859)
  • Ivan Turgenev(1818-1883)
  • 1358. A Sportsman's Notebook(1852)~
  • 1359. A Month in the Country(1855)
  • 1360. First Love(1860)
  • 1361. On the Eve(1860)
  • 1362. Fathers and Sons(1862)
  • Fyodor Dostoevsky(1821-1881)
  • 1363. Notes from the Underground(1864)
  • 1364. Crime and Punishment(1866)~
  • 1365. The Idiot(1969)~
  • 1366. The Possessed(The Devils)(1872)~
  • 1367. The Brothers Karamazov(1880)
  • 1368. Short Novels
  • Leo Tolstoy(1828-1910)
  • 1369. The Cossacks(1863)~
  • 1370. War and Peace(1869)~
  • 1371. Anna Karenina(1877)~
  • 1372. A Confession(1878)
  • 1373. The Power of Darkness~
  • 1374. Short Novels
  • Nikolai Leskov(1831-1895)
  • 1375. No Way Out(1864)
  • 1376. Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk(1865)~
  • 1377. At Daggers Drawn(1870)
  • 1378. The Tale of Cross-eyed Lefty from Tula and the Steel Flea(1881)~
  • Aleksandr Ostrovsky(1823-1886)
  • 1379. The Storm(1867)
  • Nikolay Chernyshevsky(1828-1889)
  • 1380. What is to Be Done?(1862)
  • Aleksandr Blok(1880-1921)
  • 1381. The Twelve and Other Poems(1918)
  • Anton Chekhov(1860-1904)
  • 1382. A Journey to Sakhain(1895)~
  • 1383. The Tales
  • 1384. Ivanov(1887)~
  • 1385. A Marriage Proposal(1888)
  • 1386. The Seagull(1896)~
  • 1387. Uncle Vanya(1899)~
  • 1388. Three Sisters(1901)
  • 1389. The Cherry Orchard(1904)
  • Washington Irving(1783-1859)
  • 1390. "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow"~
  • 1391. "Rip Van Winkle"~
  • 1392. The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon(1820)
  • William Cullen Bryant(1794-1878)
  • 1393. "Thanatopsis"
  • 1394. Poems(1821)
  • James Fenimore Cooper(1789-1851)
  • 1395. The Deerslayers(1841)~
  • John Greenleaf Whittier(1807-1892)
  • 1396. Collected Poems
  • Ralph Waldo Emerson(1803-1882)
  • 1397. Nature(1836)~
  • 1398. Essays, first and second series(1841)
  • 1399. Representative Men
  • 1400. The Conduct of Life
  • 1401. Journals
  • 1402. Poems
  • Emily Dickinson(1830-1886)
  • 1403. Complete Poems~
  • Walt Whitman(1819-1892)
  • 1404. Leaves of Grass, first edition
  • 1405. Leaves of Grass, third edition
  • 1406. The Complete Poems
  • 1407. Specimen Days
  • Nathaniel Hawthorne
  • 1408. The Scarlet Letter
  • 1409. Tales and Sketches
  • 1410. The Marble Faun
  • 1411. Notebooks
  • Herman Melville
  • 1412. Moby-Dick
  • 1413. The Piazza Tales~
  • 1414. Billy Budd~
  • 1415. Collected Poems
  • 1416. Clarel
  • Edgar Allan Poe
  • 1417. Poetry and Tales
  • 1418. Essays and Reviews
  • 1419. The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym
  • 1420. Eureka
  • Jones Very
  • 1421. Essays and Poems
  • Frederick Goddard Tuckerman
  • 1422. The Cricket and Other Poems
  • Henry David Thoreau
  • 1423. Walden~
  • 1424. Poems
  • 1425. Essays
  • Richard Henry Dana, Jr.
  • 1426. Two Years Before the Mast
  • Frederick Douglass
  • 1427. Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave
  • Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
  • 1428. "Paul Revere's Ride"
  • 1429. "A Psalm of Life"
  • 1430. "The Song of Hiawatha"
  • 1431. "Evangeline"
  • 1432. Evangeline: A Tale of Acadie (Epic Poem)(1847)~
  • 1433. The Song of Hiawatha (Epic Poem)(1855)
  • 1434. The Courtship of Miles Standish and Other Poems(1858)
  • 1435. Selected Poems
  • Sidney Lanier
  • 1436. "Corn" (1875)
  • 1437. "The Symphony"(1875)
  • 1438. "Centennial Meditation"(1876)
  • 1439. "The Song of the Chattahoochee"(1877)
  • 1440. "The Marshes of Glynn"(1878)
  • 1441. "Sunrise"(1881)
  • 1442. Poems
  • Francis Parkman(1823-1893)
  • 1443. France and England in North America(1948)
  • 1444. The California and Oregon Trail(1847)~
  • Henry Adams
  • 1445. The Education of Henry Adams
  • 1446. Mont Saint-Michel and Chartres
  • Ambrose Bierce
  • 1447. The Devil's Dictionary
  • 1448. Collected Writings
  • Louisa May Alcott
  • 1449. Little Women~
  • Charles W. Chesnutt(1858-1932)
  • 1450. The Conjure Woman, and Other Conjure Tales(1899)~
  • 1451. The Wife of His Youth, and Other Stories of the Color Line(1899)
  • 1452. The Marrow of Tradition(1901)
  • Kate Chopin
  • 1453. The Awakening~
  • William Dean Howells
  • 1454. The Rise of Silas Lapham~
  • 1455. A Modern Instance
  • Stephen Crane
  • 1456. The Red Badge of Courage~
  • 1457. The Black Riders(1895)
  • 1458. War is Kind(1899)
  • 1459. The Open Boat and Other Tales of Adventure(1898)
  • 1460. The Monster and Other Stories(1899)
  • Henry James
  • 1461. The Portrait of a Lady~
  • 1462. The Bostonians~
  • 1463. The Princess Casamassima
  • 1464. The Awkward Age
  • 1465. Short Novels and Tales
  • 1466. The Ambassadors
  • 1467. The Wings of the Dove~
  • 1468. The Golden Bowl
  • Harold Frederic
  • 1469. The Damnation of Theron Ware
  • Mark Twain
  • 1470. Complete Short Stories
  • 1471. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn~
  • 1472. The Devil's Racetrack
  • 1473. Number Forty-Four: The Mysterious Stranger
  • 1474. Pudd'nhead Wilson~
  • 1475. A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court
  • William James
  • 1476. The Varieties of Religious Experience
  • 1477. Pragmatism~
  • Frank Norris
  • 1478. The Octopus
  • Sarah Orne Jewett
  • 1479. The Country of the Pointed Firs and Other Stories
  • Trumbull Stickney
  • 1480. Poems(1905)
  • Luigi Pirandello[nobel laureate]
  • 1481. Liola
  • 1482. Così è(Se Vi Pare)(So It Is (If You Think So))
  • 1483. Enrico IV (Henry IV)
  • 1484. Sei Personaggi in Cerca d'Autore(Six Characters in Search of an Author)~
  • 1485. Ciascuno a Suo Modo (Each In His Own Way)
  • Gabriele D'Annunzio
  • 1486. Maia: In Praise of Life~
  • Dino Campana
  • 1487. Orphic Songs~
  • Umberto Saba
  • 1488. With My Eyes(1912)
  • 1489. Autobiography(1924)
  • 1490. The Prisoners(1924)
  • 1491. Words(1934)
  • 1492. Ernesto(1953)
  • 1493. Songbook(1921)
  • Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa
  • 1494. The Leopard~
  • Giuseppe Ungaretti
  • 1495. Selected Poems
  • 1496. The Buried Harbour: Selected Poems~
  • Eugenio Montale[nobel laureate]
  • 1497. The Storm and Other Things: Poems~
  • 1498. The Occasions: Poems
  • 1499. Cuttlefish Bones: Poems
  • 1500. Otherwise: Last and First Poems
  • 1501. The Second Life of Art: Selected Essays
  • Salvatore Quasimodo[nobel laureate]
  • 1502. Water and Land(1930)
  • 1503. Sunken Oboe(1932)
  • 1504. Scent of Eucalyptus(1933)
  • 1505. And Suddenly It's Evening(1942)~
  • 1506. Day After Day(1947)
  • 1507. The Incomparable Earth(1958)
  • 1508. The Poet and the Politician, and Other Essays(1960)
  • Tommaso Landolfi
  • 1509. Gogol's Wife and Other Stories~
  • Leonardo Sciascia
  • 1510. Day of the Owl
  • 1511. Equal Danger
  • 1512. The Wine-Dark Sea: Thirteen Stories~
  • Pier Paolo Pasolini
  • 1513. "The Ashes of Gramsci"
  • 1514. "The Religion Of My Time."
  • 1515. Pier Paolo Pasolini: Poems
  • Cesare Pavese
  • 1516. Hard Labor: Poems~
  • 1517. Dialogues with Leucò
  • Primo Levi
  • 1518. If Not Now, When?~
  • 1519. Collected Poems
  • 1520. The Periodic Table~
  • Italo Svevo
  • 1521. The Confession of Zeno~
  • 1522. As a Man Grows Older
  • Giorgio Bassani
  • 1523. The Heron
  • Natalia Ginzburg
  • 1524. Family
  • 1525. Elio Vittorini
  • 1526. Women of Messina
  • Alberto Moravia
  • 1527. 1934
  • Andrea Zanzotto
  • 1528. "On the Plateau"(1964)
  • 1529. Selected Poetry
  • Italo Calvino
  • 1530. Invisible Cities
  • 1531. The Baron in the Trees
  • 1532. If on a Winter's Night a Traveler
  • 1533. t zero
  • Antonio Porta
  • 1534. Kisses from Another Dream: Poems
  • Miguel de Unamuno
  • 1535. The Marquis of Lumbria
  • 1536. Two Mothers
  • 1537. Nothing Less Than A Man
  • 1538. Our Lord Don Quixote
  • Antonio Machado
  • 1539. Campos de Castilla
  • 1540. Selected Poems
  • Juan Ramón Jiménez[nobel laureate]
  • 1541. Invisible Reality: Poems
  • Pedro Salinas
  • 1542. My Voice Because of You: Poems
  • Jorge Guillén
  • 1543. Guillén on Guillén: The Poetry and the Poet
  • Vicente Aleixandre[nobel laureate]
  • 1544. A Longing for the Light: Selected Poems
  • Federico Garcia Lorca
  • 1545. Selected Poems
  • 1546. Three Tragedies: Blood Wedding, Yerma, The House of Bernardo Alba
  • Rafael Alberti
  • 1547. The Owl's Insomnia: Poems~
  • Luis Cernuda
  • 1548. Reality and Desire
  • 1549. Forbidden Pleasures
  • Miguel Hernández
  • 1550. "Onion Lullaby"
  • 1551. Songs and Ballads of Absence
  • Blas de Otero
  • 1552. Fiercely Human Angel(1950)~
  • Camilo José Cela[nobel laureate]
  • 1553. The Hive~
  • Juan Goytisolo
  • 1554. Space in Motion~
  • Carles Ribá
  • 1555. First Book Stays(1919)
  • 1556. On the game and the fire(1947)
  • 1557. Wild Heart(1952)
  • J. V. Foix
  • 1558. Cròniques de l’ultrason(1985)
  • Joan Perucho
  • 1559. Natural History
  • Merce Rodoreda
  • 1560. The Time of the Doves
  • Pere Gimferrer
  • 1561. Message of Tetrarca(1963)
  • 1562. Strange Fruit and Other Poems(1969)
  • Salvador Espríu
  • 1563. La Pell de Brau: Poems
  • Fernando Pessoa
  • 1564. The Keeper of Sheep
  • 1565. Poems
  • 1566. Selected Poems
  • 1567. Always Astonished: Selected Poems
  • 1568. The Book of Disquiet
  • Jorge de Sena
  • 1569. Selected Poems
  • José Saramago[nobel laureate]
  • 1570. Baltasar and Blimunda
  • José Cardoso Pires
  • 1571. Ballad of Dogs' Beach
  • Sophia de Mello Breyner
  • 1572. In Time Divided
  • 1573. Selected Poems
  • Eugénio de Andrade
  • 1574. "Poem to Mother"
  • 1575. Selected Poems
Author Comments: 

I'm listing as many works as I can for the sake of clarity, but it takes a huge amount of space, so I've seperated it into parts I & II
'~' indicates ones I want to read, '~~' and really want to read. Highlighted items are books I have read, also, Nobel Prize in Literature next to authors name where applicable