海老池文庫目録




 海老池文庫とは,昭和43年7月3日急逝された本学社会学部教授海老池俊治 先生の御蔵書のうち,本学附属図書館の所蔵するところとなった図書(洋書1790冊,和書602冊)に,先生を記念して名づけたものである。
 先生の御経歴・御業績等については,増谷外世嗣教授・山本和平教授に解説していただいた。御協力を感謝する。
 本目録は館員川津朋子氏の尽カによって成ったものである。記して謝意を表するとともに,作製にあたって種々協力していただいた館員各位にも,あわせて謝意を表する次第である。
 なお,海老池文庫は小平分館において閲覧に供している。

    昭和52年7月3日

一橋大学附属図書館小平分館長
梅 谷 文 夫


海 老 池 俊 治 氏 回 顧

増谷 外世嗣

 氏は私よりも12・ 3歳年長であった。昭和28・ 9年頃から日本英文学会を通じて知合ったのであるが,私が一橋大学赴任以来,私にとっては手頃な相談相手でもあり,反抗したり,くすぐったりもできる先輩でもあった。
 氏は明治44年8月27日,京都市伏見の薬問屋の次男として生れた。昭和3年,京都府立一中四年修了で旧第三高等学校,文甲に入学。
 昭和6年,東京大学文学部美学美術史学科入学,一年後,英文学科へ転科,昭和12年,東京府立女子師範教諭が教職のふり出しであるが,三高時代に既に明治文学への関心が深まり,東京大学時代には横光利一氏との出会いを機に小説家を志された時期もあったようである。
 昭和21年,東京産業大学専門部講師,昭和22年,東京商科大学専門部教授以来,一橋大学の教官歴が氏の主な教育畠の経歴であるが,研究分野としてはイギリス小説部門が氏の主要な関心の的であった。その研究業績の主なものは『第十八世紀英国小説研究』 (研究社・昭和25年), 『ディケンズ』 (研究社・昭和30年), 『十九世紀の小説』 (研究社・31年)である。
 しかし,それと同時に,氏の中には日本文学への深い愛惜も長く続いていて,前掲の著作の中に見られる論文, 「草枕とビーチャム」, 「テスと帰郷」,或は「透谷と英文学」 (一橋論叢,昭和33年)のような比較文学的研究もかなりの数にのぼっている。
 教育生活の上でも,研究生活の中でも,氏には我儘なむづがりやなところがかなり露骨であったが,自分が翻訳の仕事をしておられるときは何故か至極ごきげんであった。
 しかし,ジェイムズ・ジョイスの翻訳『若き日の芸術家の肖像』 (筑摩書房・昭和42年)を手がけられていた頃から時折,胃腸の工合がわるいことを訴えておられた。43年初め,身心の衰弱が眼に見えた。 3月末,慶応病院に入院,開腹手術後,胃癌であることは夫人のみに知らされていた。 4月来,氏自ら死期を知るや知らずやの闘病生活に配られた夫人の苦慮の中で,氏の文学者としての生命が最も親しくこめられた作ともいえる『明治文学と英文学』 (明治書院・昭和43年)を喜んで手にされた。間もなく,同年7月3日午前8時半,前日のビール2杯を最後に逝去された。行年56歳。


海 老 池 さ ん の こ と

山本 和平

 海老池さんはあえばいつも「学問」とか「研究」とか「考証」とかを口にされていた。それはどうやらわれわれ「若いひとたち」 (そう呼ぶのが披の口癖であった)のやっている英文学の勉強のしかた,というか英文学のテキストを読んで書いたエッセイを見ていると歯痒くてたまらない,ということであったろうし,同時にいま考えてみるとむしろ御自分の英文学研究にたいする,あるいは英文学を学問対象にすることにある種の,不可避的なというか,不可避的であるとは漠然と感付きながらもそれをそうと断念しきらないゆえのある種の焦ら立ちというか煮え切らなさというかそんな御自分の気持の表白であったのかもしれないと思わないでもない。
 こうした煮え切らなさとか焦ら立ちは外国文学の研究と教授を本業とする学者海老池さんの職業的良心から由来するものであったろうし,それが海老池さんの人となりの良くも悪くも本質の一部をなしていたのではないかと思う。
 あるとき私の書いたものでどれがいいかねという趣旨の質問をうけて私は『第十八世紀英国小説研究』と狼狽しつつ答えたことがあった。この処女作(?)には颯爽たる新進気鋭の学者だけのもちうる気迫がこもっていて, 『ジェイン・オースティン論考』の「実証」研究よりも私には馴染める著作であった。研究の成果といえば, 『研究』よりも『論考』の方が遥かに密度の濃い,おそらく群を抜く仕事であった。しかし分析の緻密化がそのままあるいは究極的に作品世界の綜合的構築である,あるいは結果するということを作品論のいわば理想と考えていた当時の私にはその点納得できないものがあったのであった。外国文学研究における「実証」とはなんだろう,いかにありうるのか,いかにあるベきなのかというのがおそらく外国文学研究者の日常倫理につきまとう未解決の問題ではなかろうか。
 方法が「考証」ヘと傾斜していった海老池さん晩年の仕事が,以後英文学プロパーから日本近代文学とのかかわりに向かったのも私にはある必然だったように思う。この比較文学的研究へ,海老池さんの豊富な英文学的知識が縦横に駆使されたのはいうまでもない。
 馴染みのないところにそもそもいかなる研究も批評も考証でさえ全く無意味である文学という世界に職業としてかかわった良心的学者の,それは一つの宿命的道筋というふうに見えもする。
 実に丹念に見事にいわば優等生的に,収集され整理されていた海老池さんのライブラリーを想い出してみると,テキストや参考文献と肩を並ベてコクヨ・パインダーに綴じ込んだ莫大なノートがあった。それがここにないのがさぴしい。


凡    例


  1.この文庫は,小平分館分類表により分類した。

  2.各々の分類の中は,著者名(あるいは書名)のアルファベット順に排列した。

  3. English literatureについては,その中を以下の二つに大別した。
    I General. (文学論,文学史等全般的なもの)

    Ⅱ Works and Studies. (文学作品およびその研究書)

      Ⅱの中は,文学者を見出語としてアルファベット順に並べ,各々の文学者のもとには,
      初めにその著作,次に,その文学者およびその著作に関する研究書をおいた。研究書は,
      その著者名のアルファベット順に排列した。

  4.和書は,書名のアルファベット順に排列した。

  5.索引は,洋書についてのみ作成し,著者名(あるいは書名),編者,研究対象となった人
   名,共著者名を含んでいる。


CONTENTS

   Fore word

   Introduction

   Notes on the Arrangement

   THE CATALOGUE

    1. Philosophy. Religion. Education.

    2. Literature. Language. Fine Arts.

    2. 1. Literature.

    2. 2. English Literature.

      Ⅰ. General.

      II. Works and Studies.

    2. 3. Other Literatures.

    2. 4. Language.

    2. 5. Fine Arts.

    3. History. Biography. Geography.

    4. Law. Politics.

    5. Economics. Sociology.

   Japanese Titles.

   Index


1. Philosophy. Religion. Education.

Aaron, Richard I.
  John Locke. 2. ed. Oxford, Clarendon
 Press, 1965.
  x,326 p. 20 cm. (Oxford paperbacks,
 no. 90)  106-137


Ardal, Pall Steinthorsson.
  Passion and value in Hume's Treatise.
 Edinburgh, The Univ. Press, c.1966.
  x,220 p. port. 23 cm. (Edinburgh
 University publications ; history,
 philosophy, and economics, 21)  106-134


Bacon, Francis.
  The advancement of learning. London,
 Macmillan, 1924.
  2 v. 18 cm.  106-131


Berkeley, George, Bishop of Cloyne.
  A new theory of vision and other
 select philosophical writings. London,
 J. H. Dent & sons, 1929.
  xxiv,303,4 p. 18 cm. (Everyman's
 library)  120-9
  Contents: An essay towards a new
 theory of vision. A treatise concern-
 ing the principles of human knowledge.
 Three dialogues between Hylas and
 Philonous ...


Brown, K. C., ed.
  Hobbes studies, by Leo Strauss [&c.]
 Oxford, B. Blackwell, 1965.
  xi,300 p. 23 cm.  106-78


Browne, Sir Thomas.
  The religio medici and other writings
 of Sir Thomas Browne. London, J. M. Dent
 & sons, 1928.
  xvi,296 p. 18 cm. (Everyman's library)
  17O-19A


Church, Richard William.
  Bacon. London, Macmillan, 1902.
  viii,231 p. 19 cm. (English men of
 letters)  106-130


Cranston, Maurice.
  John Locke; a biography. London,
 Longmans, 1957.
  xvi,496 p. port. 23 cm.  106-79


Feuerbach, Ludwig.
  The essence of christianity. Tr. by
 George Eliot. New York, Harper, c.1957.
  xliv,339 p. 21 cm.  165-6


Hume, David.
  Hume's moral and political philosophy,
 ed. with an introd. by Henry D. Aiken.
 New York, Hafner, c.1948.
  li,388 p. 21 cm. (The Hafner library
 of classics, no. 3)  106-135


Hume, David.
  A treatise of hman nature. Ed. by L.
 A. Selby-Bigge. Oxford, Clarendon Press,
 1896.
  xxiii,709 p. 20 cm.  106-132
  Reprint from the original edition in
 three volumes.


Krook, Dorothea.
  Three traditions of moral thought.
 Cambridge, The Univ. Press, 1959.
  xiii,354 p. 22 cm.  152-2


Lamprecht, Sterling Power.
  The moral and political philosophy of
 John Locke. New York, Russell, 1962.
  viii,168 p. 23 cm.  106-80


Law, William.
  A serious call to a devout and holy life.
 London, J. M. Dent & sons, 1920.
  viii,355 p. 18 cm. (Everyman's library)
  170-29


Locke, John.
  An essay concerning human understanding.
 Abr. & ed. by A. S. Pringle-Pattison.
 Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1928.
  xlviii,380 p. 20 cm.  106-138


Locke, John.
  An essay corcerning human understanding.
 Rev. new ed. London, G. Routledge,
 [n. d.]
  xvi,624 p. 21 cm.  106-136


Locke, John.
  Some thoughts concerning education.
 Abr. & ed. by F. W. Garforth. New York,
 Barron's Educational Series, c.1964.
  viii,256 p. 19 cm.  190-41


Locke, John.
  Some thoughts concerning education.
 [n. p., n. d.]
  v,205 p. port. 22 cm.  190-40
  Reprint edition.


MacNabb, D G C
  David Hume; his theory of knowledge and
 morality. 2. ed. Oxford, B. Blackwell,
 1966.
  208 p. 19 cm.  1O6-133


Monro, David Hector.
  Godwin's moral philosophy; an inter-
 pretation of William Godwin. London,
 Oxford Univ. Press, 1953.
  205 p. 19 cm.  152-3


Newman, John Henry, Cardinal
  Apologia pro vita sua. Introduction
 by Anton C. Pegis. New York, Random
 House, c.1950.
  xvi,430 p. 19 cm. (The modern library
 of the world's best books)  170-28


Ogden, Charles Kay, & Richards, Ivor
 Armstrong.
  The meaning of meaning; a study of the
 influence of language upon thought and of
 the science of symbolism. 3. ed. London,
 K. Paul, Trench, Trubner, 1930.
  xxii,363 p. 23 cm. (International
 library of psychology, philosophy and
 scientific method)  130-23


Platon.
  The four Socratic dialogues of Plato.
 Tr. into English with analyses and introd.
 by Benjamin Jowett, with a preface by
 Edward Caird. Oxford, Clarendon, 1924.
  xi,274 p. 18 cm.  105-31


Platon.
  The republic of Plato. Tr. into English
 by Benjamin Jowett. 3. ed. Oxford,
 Clarendon, 1922-27.
  2 v. 18 cm.  105-32


Selbie, William Boothby.
  Nonconformity; its origin and progress.
 London, T. Butterworth, 1912.
  256 p. 17 cm. (The home university
 library of modern knowledge)  178-14


Willey, Basil.
  The English moralists. London, Chatto
 & Windus, 1964
  318 p. 22 cm.  152-4


2. Literature. Language. Fine Arts.


2.1. Literature.


Alter, Robert.
  Rogue's progress; studies in the picaresque
 novel. Cambridge, Harvard Univ. Press, 1964.
  xi,148 p. 22 cm. (Harvard studies in
 comparative literature, 26)  206-41A


Brooks, Cleanth, & Warren Robert Penn.
  The scope of fiction. New York,
 Appleton, c.1960.
  xvi,336 p. 24 cm.  207-40


Brown, Edward Killoran.
  Rhythm in the novel. Toronto, The Univ.
 Press, [1950]
  118 p. 22 cm. (The Alexander lectures)
  206-91


Comfort, Alex.
  The novel & our time. London, Phoeix
 House, 1948.
  80 p. 19 cm.  206-96


Edel, Leon.
  The modern psychological novel. New
 York, Grove Press, c.1955.
  143 p. 21 cm.  206-97


Forster, Edward Morgan.
  Aspects of the novel. New York,
 Harcourt, c.1927.
  250 p. 20 cm.  206-98


Fox, Ralph.
  The novel and the people. London,
 Cobbett Press, 1948.
  172 p. 19 cm.  206-90


Hanley, Miles L.
  Word index to James Joyce's Ulysses.
 Madison, Univ. of Wisconsin Press, 1953.
  xxiii,392 p. 28 cm.  201-63


Krutch, Joseph Wood.
  Five masters; a study in the mutations of
 the novel. Bloomington, Indina Univ. Press,
 1959.
  xii,328 p. 20 cm. (A Midland book)
  207-45
  Contents: Givanni Boccaccio. Miguel de
 Cervantes. Samuel Richardson. Stendhal.
 Marcel Proust.


Leavis, Queenie Dorothy.
  Ficition and the reading public. London,
 Chatto & Windus, 1965.
  xvi,348 p. 23 cm.  207-44
  Bibliog.: p. 336-343.


Lesser, Simon 0.
  Fiction and the unconscious. Boston,
 Beacon Press, c.1957.
  xiii,322 p. 22 cm.  206-88


Lever, Katherine.
  The novel and the reader. London,
 Methuen, c.1961.
  120 p. 23 cm.  206-92


Liddell, Robert.
  Some principles of fiction. London,
 J. Cape, 1953.
  162 p. 21 cm.  206-89


Liddell, Robert.
  A treatise on the novel. London,
 J. Cape, 1949.
  168 p. 21 cm.  206-95


Lubbock, Percy.
  The craft of fiction. London, J. Cape,
 1926.
  276 p. 18 cm. (The travellers'
 library)  206-93A


Macauley, Robie, & Lanning, George.
  Technique in fiction. New York,
 Harper, c.1964.
  xi, 227 cm.  206-87


McBurney, William Harlin, ed.
 A check list of English prose fiction,
 17OO-1739. Cambridge, Harvard Univ.
 Press, 1960.
  x,154 p. 22 cm.  201-64


McKenzie, D F , & Allum, M. P.
  The writings of F. R. Leavis; a list to
 the end of 1963. London, Chatto & Windus,
 1965.
  77 p. 21 cm.  201-81


Muir, Edwin.
  Essays on literature and society. London,
 Hogarth Press, 1949.
  167 p. 21 cm.  207-20A


Needler, George Henry.
  Goethe and Scott. Toronto, Oxford
 Univ. Press, 1950.
  x,140 p. 20 cm.  208-7


Oxford standard authors.
 London, Oxford Univ. Press.  202-8


Keats, John.
  The poetical works of John Keats.
 Ed. by H. W. Garrod. London, Oxford Univ.
 Press, 1959.
  xxviii,477 p. 19 cm. (Oxford standard
 authors)  202-8(21)A


Philip, Alex J.
  A Dickens dictionary; the characters
 and scenes of novels and miscellaneous
 works alphabetically arranged. London,
 G. Routledge, 1909.
  xxxix,408 p. 24 cm.  201-82


Pritchett, Victor Sawdon.
  Books in general. London, Chatto &
 Windus, 1953.
  viii,258 p. 19 cm.  207-42


Pritchett, Victor Sawdon.
 The living novel. London, Chatto &
 Windus, 1949.
  xi,260 p. 20 cm.  207-43


Renwick, William Lindsay.
  Edmund Spenser; an essay on Renaissance
 poetry. London, Methuen, 1964.
  vii,198 p. 21 cm. (University paper-
 backs, 105)  206-100


Rossetti, Dante Gabriel.
  Poems & translations, 1850-187O.
 Together with the prose story "Hand and
 soul". London, Oxford Univ. Press, 1926.
  xvii,482p. port. 19 cm.  202-5(30)A


Sale, William Merritt, Jr.
  Samuel Richardson; a bibliographical
 record of his literary career with
 historical notes. New Haven, Yale Univ.
 Press, 1936.
  xvii,141 p. 27 cm.  201-65


Spilka, Mark.
  Dickens and Kafka; a mutual inter-
 pretation. London, D. Dobson, c.1963.
  315 p. 22 cm.  208-6


Stratford, Philip.
  Faith and fiction; creative process in
 Greene and Mauriac. Notre Dame, Ind.,
 The Univ. Press, 1964.
  xiii,346 p. 21 cm.  206-101
  Bibliog.: p. 333-342.


Uzzell, Thomas H.
  The technique of the novel; a handbook
 on the craft of the long narrative.
 New York, The Citadel Press, 1964.
  350 p. 21 cm.  206-94


Wilson, Angus.
  The wild garden; or, Speaking of writing.
 Berkeley, University of California Press,
 1965.
  149 p. 21 cm.  206-99


The world's classics.
 London, Oxford Univ. Press.  202-6


Carlyle, Thomas.
  Sartor resartus; the life and opinions
 of Herr Teufelsdrockh. In three books.
 London, Oxford Univ. Press, 1906.
  vi,264 p. port. 16 cm. (The world's
 classics, 19)  202-6(19)


Scott, Sir Walter.
  Lives of the novelists. With an introd.
 by Austin Dobson. London, Oxford Univ.
 Press, 1906.
  xi,342 p. 16 cm. (The world's classics,
 no. 19)  202-6(19)


Hunt, Leigh.
  Essays and sketches. Chosen and. edited
 with an introd. by R. Brimley Johnson.
 London, Oxford Univ. Press, 1859.
  xx,419 p. 16 cm. (The world's classics,
 no. 115)  202-6(115)


Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de.
  Don Quixote. Tr. by Charles Jervas.
 London, Oxford Univ. Press, 1907.
  2 v. 16 cm. (The world's classics,
 130,131)  202-6(130)-(131)


Wheeler, Charles Bickersteth, ed.
  Six plays by contemporaries of Shakes-
 peare. London, Oxford Univ. Press, 1935.
  x,595 p. 16 cm. (The world's classics,
 199)  202-6(199)


Hazlitt, William.
  Characters of Shakespeare's plays.
 with an introd. by Sir Arthur Quiller-
 Couch. London, Oxford Univ. Press, 1924.
  xl,287 p. 16 cm. (The world's classics.
 no. 205)  202-6(205)A


Jones, Edmund David, ed.
  English critical essays (Nineteenth
 century) London, Oxford Univ. Press,
 1934.
  viii,610 p. 16 cm (The world's
 classics, 206)  202-6(206)A


Morier, James.
  The adventures of Hajji Baba of Ispahan.
 Ed. with introd. and notes by C. W.
 Stewart. London, Oxford Univ. Press, 1954.
  xxiii,450 p. map 16 cm. (The world's
 classics, 238)  202-6(238)


Jones, Edmund David, ed.
  English critical essays (sixteenth,
 seventeenth, and eighteenth centuries)
 London, Oxford Univ. Press, 1930.
  viii,460 p. 16 cm. (The world's
 classics, 240)  202-6(240)A


Trelawny, Edward John.
  The adventures of a younger son. London,
 Oxford Univ. Press, 1925.
  xv,544 p. 16 cm. (The world's classics,
 no. 289)  202-6(289)


Trend, Johb Brande, ed.
  Spanish short stories of the sixteenth
 century in contemporary translations.
 Revised, with an introduction, by J. B.
 Trend. London, Oxford Univ. Press [1928]
  xii,358 p. 16 cm. (The world's classics,
 326)  202-6(326)


Hunt, Leigh.
  The autobiography of Leigh Hunt.
 With an introd. by Edmond Blunden. Oxford.,
 The Univ. Press, 1928.
  572 p. 16 cm. (The world's classics,
 no. 329)  202-6(329)


Jones, Phyllis M., ed.
  English critical essays (twentieth
 century) London, Oxford Univ. Press,
 1933.
  xvi,399 p. 16 cm. (The world's
 classics, 405)  202-6(405)A


Rabelais, Francois.
  Gargantua and Pantagruel. Translated.
 from the French into English by Sir
 Thomas Urquhart and Peter le Motteux.
 Newly annotated. London, Oxford Univ.
 Press, 1934.
  3 v. 16 cm. (The world's classics,
 411,412,413)  202-6(411)-(413)


McIlwraith, Archibald Kennedy, ed.
  Five Elizabethan comedies. London,
 Oxford Univ. Press, 1934.
  xx,308 p. 16 cm. (The world's classics,
 422)  202-6(422)A


Mackail, John William.
  The life of William Morris. With an
 introd. by Sir Sydney Cockerell. London,
 Oxford Univ. Press, 1950.
  xxv,380 p. 16 cm. (The world's classics,
 no. 521)  202-6(521)


Wordsworth, Dorothy.
  Journals of Dorothy Wordsworth; the
 Alfoxden journal 1798, the Grasmere journals
 1800-1803, with an appendix of Wordsworth's
 shorter poems referred to in the journals.
 Ed. with an introd. by Helen Darbisbire.
 London, Oxford Univ. Press, 1958.
  xviii,264 p. 16 cm. (The world's
 classics, no. 568)  202-6(568)


2.2. English Literature.


I. General.


Abrams, Meyer Howard, ed.
  English romantic poets ; modern essays
 in criticism. New York, Oxford Univ.
 Press, 1960.
  viii,384 p. 21 cm. (A Galaxy book)
  215-119A


Allen, Walter.
  The English novel; a short critical history.
 London, Phoenix House, 1954.
  359 p. 22 cm.  211-53


Allen, Walter.
  The novel to-day. London, Longmans,
 Green, 1955.
  36 p. 22 cm. (Bibliographical series
 of supplements to "British book news")
  210-158


Allen, Walter.
  Six great novelists: Defoe, Fielding,
 Scott, Dickens, Stevenson, Conrad.
 London, Hamilton, 1955.
  182 p. port. 19 cm.  213-236A


Ashley, Robert, & Moseley, Edwin M., ed.
  Elizabethan fiction. Edited with an
 introd. and notes by Robert Ashley
 & Edwin M. Moseley. New York, Holt,
 1962.
  xx,443 p. 19 cm.  217-790


Auden, Wystan Hugh & Pearson, Norman Holmes, ed.
  Poets of the English language. Vol. 2-5.
 New York, Viking Press, 1957.
  4 v. 18 cm. (The Viking portable library
 p50-53)  215-423
  Contents:-
 Vol. 2. Elizabethan & Jacobean poets; Marlowe
 to Marvell. Vol. 3. Restration & Augustan
 poets; Milton to Goldsmith. Vol. 4. Romantic
 poets., Blake to Poe. Vol. 5. Victotian &
 Edwardian poets; Tennyson to Yeats.


Bagehot, Walter.
  Literary studies. Intord. by George
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Baker, Ernest A.
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Bald, Marjory A
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Bate, Walter Jackson.
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Birkhead, Edith.
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Blunden, Edmund Charles.
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Boas, Frederick S
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Boas, Ralph Philip, & Hahn, Barbara M.
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Booth, Wayne C.
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Boswell, James.
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Bowen, Elizabeth.
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Bradley, A C
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Brome, Vincent.
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Brooke, Stopford A.
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Brooke, Stopford Augustus.
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Cecil, David.
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Chalmers, Alexander.
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Chambers, Edmund Kerchever, ed.
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Chase, Richard.
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Church, Richard.
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Clifford, James L., ed.
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Collins, Philip.
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Daiches, David.
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Elwin. Malcolm.
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English short stories; selected to show
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Essays and studies by members of
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Evans, Benjamin Ifor.
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Flanagan, Thomas.
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Gosse, Edmund.
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Gosse, Edmund.
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Gould, Gerald.
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Graham, Kenneth.
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Grierson, Herbert John Clifford, &
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Hoyt, Charles Alva, ed.
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Jaeger, Muriel.
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James, Louis.
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Kettle, Arnold.
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Knoepflmacher, U. C.
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Leavis, Frank Raymond.
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Leavis, Frank Raymond.
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Leech, Clifford.
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Legouis, Emile, & Cazamian, Louis.
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Legouis, Emile.
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Lerner, Laurence.
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Lewis, Olive Staples.
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Lodge, David.
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Lovett, Robert Morss, & Hughes, Helen Sard.
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Lucas, Frank Laurence.
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Macaulay, Rose.
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McBurney, William Harlin, ed.
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McCutcheon, Roger Philip.
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McKillop, Alan Dugald.
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MacLean, Kenneth.
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Mair, George Herbert.
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Mayo, Robert D
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Mish, Charles C., ed.
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Morgan, Charlotte E
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Morley, Henry, ed.
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Morris, Richard, & Skeat, Walter W
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Muir, Edwin.
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Neill, S. Diana.
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Newby, Percy Howard.
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Nicoll, Allardyce.
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O'Donovan, Michael.
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Palgrave, Francis Turner.
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Phillips, Walter C
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Priestley, John Boynton.
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Quiller-Couch, Arthur, ed.
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Quiller-Couch, Arthur, ed.
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Raleigh, Sir Walter.
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Rathburn, Robert C., & Steinmann, Martin
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Saintsbury, George.
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Saintsbury, George.
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Schofield, William Henry.
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Shorter novels. Vol. 1; Elizabethan &
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Shorter novels. Vol. 2: Jacobean & Resto-
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Since 1939: drama, the novel, poetry and
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The Spectator.
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The Spectator, by J. Addison, Richard
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Spector, Robert Donald, ed.
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Spencer, Hazelton, ed.
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Stang, Richard.
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Steeves, Harrison R
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Stephen, Leslie.
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Stevenson, E., ed.
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Stevenson, Lionel, ed.
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Tillotson, Kathleen.
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Tillyard, Eustace Mandeville Wetenhall.
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Tindall, William York.
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Tompkins, Joyce Marjorie Sanxter.
  The popular novel in England, 177O-1800.
 London, Methuen, 1932.
  vii,388 p. 21 cm.  211-109


Turberville, A. S., ed.
  Johnson's England; an account of the life
 and manners of his age. Oxford, Clarendon
 Press, 1933.
 2 v. illus., port. 24 cm. 211-71


Van Ghent, Dorothy.
  The English novel; form and function.
 New York, Harper, c.1953.
  210-155


Varma, Devendra P
  The Gothic flame, being a history of
 the Gothic novel in England; its origins,
 efflorescince, disintegration, and residuary
 influences. London, Arthur Barker, 1957.
  xv,264 p. 23 cm.  211-110
  Bibliog.: p. 243-259.


Ward, Alfred Charles.
  Foundations of English prose. London,
 G. Bell, 1931.
  viii,262 p. 20 cm.  210-147


Watt, Ian.
  The rise of the novel; studies in Defoe,
 Richardson and Fielding. London, Chatto &
 Windus, 1957.
  319 p. 23 cm.  210-153


Wedgwood, Cicely Veronica.
  Seventeenth-century English literature.
 London, Oxford Univ. Press, 1950.
  186 p. 17 cm. (The Home university
 library of modern knowledge, 218)
  211-99


Willey, Basil.
  The eighteenth century background; studies
 on the idea of nature in the thought of the
 period. London, Chatto and Windus, 1953.
  viii,301 p. 23 cm.  211-98


Willey, Basil.
  More nineteenth century studies; a group
 of honest doubters. London, Chatto &
 Windus, 1956.
  304 p. 23 cm.  211-73


Willey, Basil.
  Nineteenth century studies; Coleridge
 to Matthew Arnold. London, Chatto &
 Winduns, 1950.
  287 p. 23 cm.  211-107


Willey, Basil.
  The seventeenth century background;
 studies in the thought of the age in
 relation tO poetry and religion. New
 York, Doubleday Anchor Books, 1953.
  316 p. l8 cm.  211-98B


Wright, Austin, ed.
  Victorian literature; modern essays in
 criticism. New York, Oxford Univ. Press,
 1961.
  vi,377 p. 21 cm. (A Galaxy book)
  218-126


II Works and Studies.


   Adams, Henry.


Adams, Henry.
  The education of Henry Adams. Introd.
 by James Truslow Adams. New York,
 Random House, c.1931.
  x,517 p. 19 cm. (The modern library
 of the world's best books)  213-583


   Addison, Joseph.


Courthope, William John.
  Addison. London, Macmillan, 1911.
  vi,197 p. 19 cm. (Englishmen of
 letters)  213-499


   Ainsworth, William Harrison.


Ainsworth, William Harrison.
  [Works] London, G. Routledge & sons
 [1872-1900]
  16 v. 20 cm.  214-62
  0n cover: The original illustrated edition.


Ainsworth, William Harrison.
  Auriol; or, The elixir of life. With
 illus. by H. K. Browne. London, G.
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  vi,246 p. pl. 23 cm.  214-62(1)
  On cover: The original illustrated ed.

Ainsworth, William Harrison.
  Boscobel; or, The royal oak. A tale of
 the year 1651. London, G. Routledge & sons
 [1898?]
  xvi,369p. illus., pl. 23 cm.  214-62(2)
  On cover: The original illustrated ed.


Ainsworth, William Harrison.
  Crichton. With illus. by Hablot K. Browne.
 Author's copyrigtt edition. London G.
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  354 p. pl. 23 cm.  214-62(3)
  On cover: The original illustrated ed.


Ainsworth, William Harrison.
  The flitch of bacon; or, The custom of
 Dunmow. A tale of English home. London,
 G. Routledge & sons [1899]
  v,314 p. pl. 23 cm.  214-62(4)
  On cover: The original illustrated ed.


Ainsworth, William Harrison.
  Guy Fawkes; or, The gunpowder treason,
 an historical romance. With illus. on Steel
 by George Cruikshank. London, G. Routledge
 & sons [1899?]
  viii,359 p. pl. 23 cm.  214-62(5)
  On cover: The original illustrated ed.


Ainsworth, William Harrison.
  Jack Sheppard; a romance. With illus. on
 steel by George Cruikshank. London, G.
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  viii,344 p. pl. 23 cm.  214-62(6)
  On cover: the original illustrated ed.


Ainsworth, William Harrison.
  The Lancashire witches; a romance of
 Pendle forest. With illus. by Sir John
 Gilbert. London, G. Routledge & sons
 [1897]
  viii,492 p. pl. 23 cm.  214-62(7)
  On cover: The original illustrated ed.


Ainsworth, William Harrison.
  Mervyn Clitheroe. With illus. by Hablot
 K. Browne. London, G. Routledge & sons
 [1898]
  viii,372 p. pl. 23 cm.  214-62(8)
  On cover: The original illustrated ed.


Ainsworth, William Harrison.
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 George Cruikshank. London, G. Routledge &
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  xi,302 p. pl. 23 cm.  211-62(9)
  On cover: The original illustrated ed.


Ainsworth, William Harrison.
  Old Saint Paul's; a tale of the plague
 and the fire. With illus. by John Franklin
 and H. K. Browne. London, G. Routledge &
 sons [1897]
  426 p. pl. 23 cm.  214-62(10)
  On cover: The original illustrated ed.


Ainsworth, William Harrison.
  Ovingdean Grange; a tale of the South
 Downs. Illustrated by Hablot K. Browne.
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  349 p. pl. 23 cm.  214-62(ll)
  On cover: The original illustrated ed,


Ainsworth, William Harrison.
  Rookwood; a romance. With illus. by
 George Cruikshank and Sir John Gilbert.
 London, G. Routledge & sons [1898]
  xxxviii,338 p. pl. 23 cm.   214-62(12)
  On cover: The original illustrated ed.


Ainsworth, William Harrison.
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  319 p. pl. 23 cm.  214-62(13)
  On cover: The original illustrated ed.


Ainsworth, William Harrison.
  The star-chamber; an historical romance.
 Illustrated by Phiz. London, G. Routledge
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  viii,296 p. pl. 23 cm.  214-62(14)
  On cover: The original illustrated ed.


Ainsworth, William Harrison.
  The Tower of London; a historical romance.
 Illustrated by George Cruikshank. London,
 G. Routledge & sons, 1897.
  xiv,543 p. illus., pl. 23 cm.  214-62(15)
  On cover: The original illustrated ed.


Ainsworth, William Harrison.
  Windsor castle; an historical romance.
 Illustrated by George Cruikshank and Tony
 Johannot. London, G. Routledge & sons [1900]
  x,315 p. illus., pl. 23 cm.  214-62(16)
  On cover: The original illustrated ed.


Ainsworth, W. Harrison.
  Old St. Paul's; a tale of the plague
 & the fire. London, G. G. Harrap,
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  479 p. 19 cm.  217-831

   Anderson, Sherwood.


Andersen, Shemood.
  Winesburg, Ohio; a group of tales of
 Ohio small-town life. Introd. by Ernest
 Boyd. New York, Random House, c.1919.
  xv,303 p. 19 cm. (The modern library
 of the world's best books)  217-753


   Arblay, Mme Frances(Burney) d'.

[Arblay, Mme Frances (Burney) d']
  Camilla; or, A picture of youth, by the
 author of Evelina and Cecilia. A new ed.
 London, Printed for T. Rayne, by A. Strahan,
 1802.
  5 v. 19cm.  217-458


Burney, Frances.
  Cecilia; or, Memoirs of an heiress.
 With a preface and notes, by Annie Raine
 Ellis. London, G. Bell, 1890.
2 v. 19 cm.  217-470


Arblay, Mme Frances (Burney) d'.
  The diary of Fanny Burner. London,
 J. M. Dent, 1940.
  416 p. 18 cm. (Everyman's library)
  219-96


Burney, Frances.
  The early diary of Frances Burney, 1768-
 1778. With a selection from her correspond-
 ence, and from the journals of her sisters
 Susan and Charlotte Burney. Ed. by Annie
 Raine Ellis. London, G. Bell, 1907.
  2 v. port. 19 cm.  219-61


Arblay, Mme. Frances(Burney) d'.
  Evelina, by Fanny Burney. London, J. M.
 Dent & sons, 1931.
  378 p. 18 cm. (Everyman's library, 352)
  217-321A


Dobson, Austin.
  Fanny Burney (Madame D'Arblay) London,
 Macmillan, c.1903.
  216 p. 20 cm. (English men of letters)
  213-338


Edwards, Averyl.
  Fanny Burney, 1752-1840; a biography.
 London, Staples Press, 1948.
  170 p. 23 cm.  213-344


Fenov, Joyce.
  The history of Fanny Burney. Oxford,
 Clarendon Press, 1958.
  xvi,528 p. port. 23 cm.  213-377


   Arlen, Michael.


Arlen, Michael.
  The green hat; a romance for a few people.
 London, W. Collins, c.1924.
  329 p. 20 cm.  217-560


   Arnold, Matthew.


Arnold, Matthew.
  Culture and anarchy; an essay in
 political and social criticism. London,
 J. Murray, 1924.
  xxxvii,166 p. 20 cm.  218-147


Arnold, Matthew.
  Essays in criticism, 1. series. London,
 Macmillan, 1911.
  xi,379 p. 18 cm.  218-113


Arnold, Matthew.
  Essays in criticism, 2. series. London,
 Macmillan, 1921.
  vii,331 p. 18 cm.  218-114


Arnold, Matthew.
  The poems of Matthew Arnold 1840-1867.
 With an introd. by Sir A. T. Quiller-
 Corch. London, Oxford Univ. Press, 1930.
  xxvii,460p. port. 19 cm.  215-404


Jump, John Davies.
  Matthew Arnold. London, Longmans,
 1955.
  185p. facs., port. 20cm. (Man
 and books)  213-588
  Bibliog.: p. 177-179.


Trilling, Lionel.
  Matthew Arnold. New York, Meridian
 Books, 1955.
  413 p. 18 cm.  213-173A


   Austen, Jane.


Austen, Jane.
  The novels of Jane Austen. The text
 based on collation of the early editions
 by A. W. Chapman. With notes, indexes and
 illus. from contemporary sources. 1.-3. ed.
 London, Oxford Univ. Press, 1953-58.
  6 v. illus. 20 cm.  214-63
  Vol. 6: 1st ed.


Austen, Jane.
  Fragment of a navel, written by Jane
 Austen, Jan.-Mar. 1817. Now first printed
 from the manuscript. Oxford, Clarendon Press,
 1925.
  17O p. 19 cm.  217-459


Austen, Jane.
  Jane Austen's letters to her sister
 Cassandra and others. 2. ed. London,
 Oxford Univ. Press, 1952.
  xlv,519 p. illus. 23 cm.  219-101


Austen, Jane.
  The letters of Jane Austen. Selected
 with an introd. by R. Brimley Johnson.
 London, Bodley Head, 1925.
  viii,190 p. 20 cm.  219-86


Austen, Jane.
  Love and freindship and other early
 works. London, Chatto & Windus, 1929.
  xv,140 p. 18 cm. (The phoenix library)
  217-622


Austen, Jane.
  Pride and prejudice. Introd. by Mark
 Schorer. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, c.1956.
  xxiii,291 p. 21 cm. (Riverside ed.)
  217-622


Austen, Jane.
  Volume the second. Ed. by B. C. Southam.
 Oxford, Clarerdon Press, 1963.
  xii,236 p. facs., pl. 18 cm.  219-59


Austen, Jane.
  Volume the third. Now first printed
 from the manuscript. Oxford, Clarendon
 Press, 1951.
  viii,133 p. 19 cm.  219-60


Ansten, Jane.
  The Watsons; Jane Austen's fragment
 continued and completed by John Coates.
 London, Methuen, c.1958.
  318 p. 21 cm.  217-460


Austen, Caroline.
  My aunt Jane Austen; a memoir. London,
 Jane Austen Society, 1957.
  ix,22 p. pl. 23 cm.  213-597


Austen-Leigh, James Edward.
  Memoir of Jane Austen. By her nephew.
 Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1926.
  xvi,235 p. port. 19 cm.  213-473


Austen-Leigh, Mary Augusta.
  Personal aspects of Jane Austen.
 London, J. Murray, 192O.
  169 p. port. 21 cm.  213-641


Austen-Leigh, William, & Austen-Leigh,
 Richard Arthur.
  Jane Austen; her life and letters,
 a family record. 2. ed. New York,
 Russell & Russell, 1965.
  xv,437 p. port. 21 cm.  213-640
  Bibliog.: p. 421-428.


Babb, Howard S.
  Jane Austen's novels; the fabric of
 dialogue. Columbus, Ohio State Univ. Press,
 c.1962.
  x,244 p. 24 cm.  212-99


Booth, Bradford A.
  Pride and prejudice; text, backgrounds,
 criticism. New York, Harcourt, Brace &
 World, c.1963.
  228 p. 24 cm.  217-711


Bradbrook, Frank W.
  Jane Austen: Emma. London, E. Arnold,
 1961.
  61 p. 19 cm. (Studies in English
 literature, no. 3)  217-782


Bradbrook, Frark W
  Jane Austen and her predecessors. Cam-
 bridge, The Univ. Press, 1966.
  viii,178 p. 22 cm.  213-308
  Bibliog.: p. 166-173.


Carpenter, T Edward.
  The story of Jane Austen's Chawton
 Home. [London] Jane Austen Memorial
 Trust, [19--]
  7 p. 22 cm.  217-781


Cecil, David.
  Jane Austen. Cambridge, The Univ. Press,
 1935.
  42 p. 19 cm.  213-642


Chapman, Robert William.
  Jane Austen; a critical bibliography.
 Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1953.
  viii,62 p. 19 cm.  213-594


Chapman, Robert William.
  Jane Austen; facts and problems. The
 Clark lectures, Trinity College, Cambridge,
 1948. Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1948.
  224 p. 20 cm.  213-505


Cornish, Francis Warre.
  Jane Austen. London, Macmillan, 1929.
  xiii,240 p. 18 cm. (English men of
 letters)  213-501


Craik, W. A.
  Jane Austen; the six novels. London,
 Methuen, 1965.
  210 p. 23 cm.  213-329
  Bibliog.: p. 201-203.


Fleishman, Avrom.
  A reading of Mansfield Park; an essay
 in critical synthesis. Minneapolis, Univ.
 of Minnesota Press, c.1967.
 x,109 p. 23 cm. (Minnesota monographs
 in the humanities. vol. 2)  217-480
  Bibliog.: p. 99-103.


Freeman, Kathleen.
  T'other Miss Austen. London,
 Macdonald, 1956.
  224 p. 21 cm.  213-544


Harmsel, Henrietta Ten.
  Jane Austen; a study in fictional
 conventions. London, Mouton, 1964.
  206 p. 21 cm. (Studies in English
 literature, vol. 4)  213-598
  Bibliog.: p. 198-203.


Hill, Constance.
  Jane Austen; her homes and her friends.
 London, Bodley Head, 1901.
  xvii,278p. illus. port. 19 cm.  213-624


Jenkins, Elizabeth.
  Jane Austen; a biography. London, V.
 Gollancz, 1950.
  286 p. 21 cm.  213-390


Kaye-Smith, Sheila, & Stern, Gladys Bronwyn.
  Talking of Jane Austen. London,
 Cassell, 1950.
  271 p. 18 cm. (Pocket library)
  213-543


Kennedy, Margaret.
  Jane Austen. London, A. Barker,
 1950.
  110 p. 19 cm. (The English novelists)
  213-596
  Bibliog.: 108 p.


Lascelles, Mary.
  Jane Austen and her art. London,
 Oxford Univ. Press, 1948.
  vii,225 p. 23 cm.  213-545


Liddell, Robert.
  The novels of Jane Austen. London,
 Longnmans, 1963.
  xiv,174 p. 23 cm.  217-684


Litz, A. Walton.
  Jane Austen; a study of her artistic
 development. New York, Oxford Univ.
 Press, 1965.
  x,198 p. 21 cm.  213-627


Mudrick, Marvin.
  Jane Austen; irony as defense and
 discovery. Princeton, The Univ. Press,
 1952.
  viii,267 p. 23 cm.  213-547


Rawlence, Guy.
  Jane Austen. London, Duckworth, 1934.
  144 p. 19 cm. (Great lives. 30)
  213-506


Rhydderch, David.
  Jane Austen; her life and art. With an
 introd. by Leonard Huxley. London, J. Cape,
 1932.
  252 p. port. 20 cm.  213-443


Sadleir, Michael.
  The Northanger novels; a footnote to
 Jane Austen. London, English Association,
 1927.
  23 p. 25 cm. (The English Association
 Pamphlet, no. 68)  217-747


Seymour, Beatrice Kean.
  Jane Austen; study for a portrait. London,
 M. Joseph, 1937.
  255 p. 21 cm.  213-453


Sherry, Norman.
  Jane Austen. London, Evans, 1966.
  160 p. 19 cm. (Literature in
 perspective)  213-563
  Bibliog.: p. 158-159.


Smith, Goldwin.
  Life of Jane Austen. London, W. Scott,
 1890.
  195 p. 18 cm.  213-471


Southam, B C , ed.
  Jane Austen; the critical heritage.
 London, Routledge & K. Paul, 1968.
  x,276 p. 22 cm.  213-568


Southam, B C
  Jane Austen's literary manuscripts;
 a study of the novelist's development
 through the surviving papers.
 Oxford, The Univ. Press, 1964.
  viii,153p. facs. 23 cm. (Oxford
  English monographs)  212-106


Watson, Winifred.
  Jane Austen in London. Hampshire,
 C. Mills, 1960.
  vi,22 p. illus., pl., port. 22 cm.
  213-595


Wilson, Mona.
  Jane Austen and some contempraries. With
 an introd. by G. M. Young. Port Washington,
 N. Y., Kennikat Press, 1966.
  xvi,304 p. 23 cm.  213-485


Wright, Andrew H.
  Jane Austen's novels; a study in
 structture. London. Chatto & Windus,
 1953.
  x,210 p. 21 cm.  217-689


   Balchin, Nigel.


Balchin, Nigel.
  The fall of the sparrow. London,
 Collins, 1955.
  318 p. 21 cm.  217-631


Balchin, Nigel.
  Mine own executioner. London, Collins,
 1951.
  256 p. 21 cm. (St. James's library,
 no. 9)  217-633


   Barber, Margaret Fiarless.


Barber, Margaret Fairless.
  The roadmender, by Michael Fairless.
 London, Duckworth, 1923.
  vii,157 p. 17 cm.  217-624.


   Barrie, James Matthew.


Barrie, James Matthew.
  Mary Rose; a play in three acts. London,
 Hodder & Stoughton, 1925.
  139p. 19 cm. (The plays of J. M.
 Barrie)  216-219


Barrie, James Matthew.
  Peter Pan; or, The boy who would not
 grow up. London, Hodder & Stoughton,
  1928.
  xxxiii,160 p. 19 cm. (The plays of
 J. M. Barrie)  216-218


   Beaconsfield, Benjamin Disraeli,
     1st earl of.


Beaconsfield, Benjamin Disraeli, 1st earl of.
  [Collected edition of the] novels and
 tales, by the right honorable Beacons-
 field, Benjamin Disraeli. Vol. 2, 4, 5,
 7, 10, 12, 13. London, Longmans, 1919.
  7 v. 19 cm.  2l4-41A
  Contents : -
 Vol. 2: Coningsby; or, The new generation.
 Vol. 4: Tancred; or, The new crusade.
 Vol. 5: Venetia.
 Vol. 7: Contarini Fleming, The rise of Iskander.
 Vol.10: Vivian Grey.
 Vol.12: Endymion.
 Vol.13: Sybil; or, The two nations.


Disraeli, Benjamin, 1st earl of Beaconsfield.
  Alroy. Ixion in heaven. The infernal
 marriage. Popanilla. London, Longmans,
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  vii,463 p. 18.cm.  217-639


Disraeli, Benjamin, 1st earl of Beaconsfield.
  Henrietta Temple; a love story. London,
 Longmans, Green, [1837]
  464 p. 18 cm.  217-641


Disraeli, Benjamin, 1st earl of Beaconsfield.
  Lothair. New ed. London, Longmans,
 Green, [1870]
  xx,485 p. 18 cm.  217-638


Disraeli, Benjamin, 1st earl of Beaconsfield.
  The young duke; a moral tale, though gay.
 Count Alarcos; a tragedy. London,
 Longmans, Green, [1853]
  451 p. 18 cm.  217-640


Maurois, Andre.
  Disraeli; a picture of the Victorian
 Age. Tr. by Hamish Miles.
 New York, D. Appleton, 1931.
  xiii,378 p. illus., pl., port. 23 cm.
  213-593


Monypenny, William Flavelle, & Buckle, George
 Earle.
  The life of Benjamin Disraeli, Earl of
 Beaconsfield. London, J. Murray, 1929.
  2 v. illus., port. 23 cm.  213-420


Pearson, Hesketh.
  Dizzy; the life & personality of
 Benjamin Disraeli, earl of Beaconsfield.
 New York, Harper, c.1951.
  ix,310 p. 22 cm.  213-577


   Beaumont, Francis.


Beaumont, Francis.
  Beaumont & Fletcher, ed. by J. St. Loe
 Strachey. Unexpurgated ed. London,
 Vizetelly, 1887.
  2 v. port. 19 cm. (The mermaid ser.
 The best plays of the old dramatists)
  216-168


   Beckfprd, William.


Beckford, William.
  The episodes of Vathek. London.
 Chapman & Dodd, [1912]
  xxiii,226 p, 18 cm. (The Abbey
 classics, 3)  217-827


Beckford, William.
  Vathek. London, Chapman & Dodd [1922]
  xx,218 p. 18 cm. (The Abbey classics, 2)
  217-826


Beckford, William.
  Vathek, with the episodes of Vathek, by
 William Beckford of Fonthill. Ed. with a
 historical introd. and notes, by Guy
 Chapman. London, Constable, 1929.
  2 v. illus. 24 cm.  217-464


Brockman, Harold Alfred Nelson.
  The caliph of Fonthill. London,
 W. Laurie, 1956.
  219 p. pl., port. 23 cm.  213-311


Chapnan, Guy.
  Beckford. New York, Scribner, 1937.
 365 p. port. 21 cm.  213-321


   Bede, Cuthbert.


Bede, Cuthbert.
  The adventures of Mr. Verdant Green;
 an Oxford freshman. London, T. Nelson,
 [n. d.]
  iv,369 p. illus. 16 cm.  217-610


   Beerbohm, Sir Max.


Beerbohm, Max.
  Zuleika Dobson. New York, Random House,
 1926.
  xi,358 p. 19 cm. (The modern library)
  217-558


   Behn, Mrs. Aphra (Amis)


Behn, Mrs. Aphra (Amis)
  The novels of Mrs. Aphra Behn. With an
 introd. by Ernest A. Baker. London, G.
 Routledge & sons, 1913.
  xxvii,380 p. 21 cm.  217-465


Behn, Mrs. Aphra.
  Selected writings of the ingenious
 Mrs. Aphra Behn. New York, Grove Press,
 c.195O.
  243 p. 2O cm.  217-803


Hahn, Emily.
  Aphra Behn. London, Jonathan Cape,
 1951.
  319 p. 20 cm.  213-660


Woodcock, George.
  The lncomparable Aphra. London, T. V.
 Boardman, 1948.
  248 p. port. 21 cm.  213-488


   Belloc, Hilaire.


Belloc, Hilaire.
  First and last. 5. ed. London,
 Methuen, 1927.
  vi,310 p. 18 cm.  218-165


   Bennett, Arnold.


Bennett, Arnold.
  Buried alive. 18. ed. London,
 Methuen, 1930.
  viii,323 p. 20 cm.  217-926


Bennett, Arnold.
  The card; a story of adventure in the
 five towns. 28. ed. London, Methuen,
 1930.
  256 p. 18 cm.  217-927


Bennett, Arnold.
  The Grand Babylon Hotel; A fantasia on
 modern themes. Leipzig, B. Tauchnitz,
 1902.
  279 p: 16 cm. (Collection of British
 authors, Tauchnitz ed., vol. 3599)
  217-922


Bennett, Arnold.
  The grim smile of the five towns.
 London, W. Collins, [n. d.]
  284 p. 18 cm.  217-923


Bennett , Arnold.
  Imperial palace. New York, Doubleday,
 Doran, 1931.
  xi,769 p. 21 cm.  217-882


Bennett, Arnold.
  The old wives' tale. Leipzig,
 B. Tauchnitz, [n. d.]
  2 v. 16 cm. (Collection of British
 and American authors, vol. 4102, 4103)
  217-924


Bennett, Arnold.
  The regent; a five towns story of
 adventure in London. 10. ed. London,
 Methuen, 1920.
 254 p. 18 cm.  217-935

Bennett, Arnold.
  Riceyman steps, a novel. Leipzig,
 B. Tauchnitz, 1924.
  338 p. 17 cm. (Collection of British
 authors, Tauchnitz edition, vol. 4622)
  217-557


Bennett, Arnold.
  These twain. 4. ed. London, Methuen,
 1916.
  526 p. 20 cm.  217-556


Bennett, Arnold.
  Whom god hath joined. London, Ward,
 Lock, [n. d.]
  v,256 p. 18 cm.  217-925


Allen, Waiter.
  Arnold Bennett. London, Home & Van Thal,
 1948.
  107 p. 19 cm. (The English novelists)
  213-400


Bennett, Marguerite.
  Arnold Bennett, by Mrs. Arnold Bennett.
 London, A. M. Philpot, 1925.
  126 p. port. 20 cm.  213-4O3


Pound, Reginald.
  Arnold Bennett: a biography. London,
 W. Heinemann. 1952.
  x,385 p. port. 22 cm.  213-498


   Beowulf.


Beowulf.
  The deeds of Beowulf; an English epic
 of the eighth century done into modern
 prose, by John Earle. Oxford, Clarendon,
 1892.
  104 p. 18 cm.  215-429


   Blackmore, Richard Doddridge.


Blackmore, Richard Doddridge.
  Lorna Doone; a romance of Exmoor.
 Abridged and edited by Morton A.
 Sturtevant. New York, Macmillan, 1928.
  xx,517 p. illus., map. 19 cm.
 (Modern readers' series )  217-896


   Blake, William.


Blake, Willien.
  The poetical works of William Blake.
 Including the unpublished French Revo-
 lution together with the minor prophetic
 books and selections from The four Zoas,
 Milton & Jerusalem. Ed. with an introd.
 and textual notes by John Sampson.
 London, Oxford Univ. Press, 1914.
  lvi,453 p. port. 19 cm.  215-438


Blake , William.
  Poetry and prose of William Blake,
 ed. by Geoffrey Keynes. Complete
 one volume. Bloomsbury, Nonesuch
 Press, 1932.
  xii,1152 p. 20 cm.  215-383


Frye, Northrop.
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 Blake. Princeton, The Univ. Press,
 1958.
  462 p. illus. 24 cm.  213-601


   Blunden, Edmund.


Blunden, Edmund.
  The waggoner and other poems. London,
 Sidgwick & Jackson, 1920.
  70 p. 20 cm.  215-43l


   Borrow, George.


Borrow, George.
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  540 p. illus. port. 16cm.  219-88


Borrow, George.
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 London, T. Nelson, [n. d.]
  iv,480 p. l7 cm.  217-635


Borrow, George.
  Wild Wales: The people, language &
 scenery. London, J. M. Dent, 1906.
  xxi,617 p. 18 cm. (Everyman's
 library, no. 49)  219-108


Amstrong, Martin.
  George Borrow. London, A. Barker, 1950.
  101 p. 19 cm. (The English novelists)
  213-509


   Bowen, Elizabeth.


Bowen, Elizabeth.
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 Cape, 1948.
  384 p. illus. 19 cm.  217-891


Bowen, Elizabeth.
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 1951.
  319 p. 20 cm.  217-765


   The Brontes.


Bronte, Charlotte, &c.
  The life and works of Charlotte Bronte
 and her sisters. vol. 2-7. London,
 J. Murry,
  6 v. 18 cm.  214-98
  Contents: vol. 2. Shirley, by Charlotte
 Bronte. 1929. -3. Villette, by Charlotte
 Bronte. 1929. -4. The professor, by Charlotte
 Bronte, and poems, by Charlotte, Emily and Anne
 Bronte, and the rev. Patrick Bronte. 1926.
 -5. Wuthering Heights, by Emily Bronte, and
 Agnes Grey, by Anne Bronte. 1928. -6. The
 tenant of Wildfell hall, by Anne Bronte. 1926.
 -7. The life of Charlotte Bronte, by Mrs.
 Gaskell. 1930.


Bronte, Emily. Jane.
  Gondal's queen; a novel in verse ...
 Arranged, with an introd. and notes, by
 Fannie E. Ratchford. Austin, Univ. of
 Texas Pres, 1955.
  207 p. port. 24 cm.  215-311


Bentley , Phyllis.
  The Brontes. London, Home & Van Thal,
 1948.
  115 p. 19 cm. (The English novelists)
  213-651


Collard, Millicent.
  Wuthering Heights - The revelation; a
 psychical study of Emily Bronte. London,
 Regency Press, c.1960.
  106 p. 23 cm.  217-472


Dimnet, Ernest.
  The Bronte sisters. Tr. from the French
 by Louise Morgan Sill. London, J. Cape,
 1927.
  256 p. 20 cm.  213-337


Dry, Florence Swinton.
  Bronte sources. 1: The Sources of
 "whthering Heights". 2: The 8OtUCe8 0f
 "Jane Eyre" Cambridge, W. Heffer & Sons,
 1937-40.
  2 v. in 1. 17 cm.  217-911


Dry, Florence Swinton.
  Bronte sources. 2: The sources of
 "Jane Eyre" Cambridge, W. Heffer, 1940.
  92 p. 17 cm.  217-911


Ewbank, Inga-Stina.
  Their proper sphere; a study of the
 Bronte; sisters as early-Victorian female
 novelists. London, E. Arnold, c.1966.
  xvii,222 p. 22 cm.  213-615


Gerin, Winifred.
  Charlotte Bronte; the evolution of genius.
  Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1967.
  xvi,617 p. pl., port. 23cm.  213-353


Goodridge, Jonathan Francis.
  Emily Bronte: Wuthering Heights.
 London, E. Arnold, 1964.
  71 p. 19 cm. (Studies in English
 literature, no. 20)  217-621


Hanson, Lawrence, & Hanson, E. M.
  The four Brontes; the lives and works of
 Charlotte, Branwell, Emily, and Anne Bronte.
 London, Oxford Univ. Press, 1950.
  xii,414 p. port. 22 cm.  213-372
  Bibliog.: p. 335-347.


Harrison, Ada, & Stanford, Derek.
  Anne Bronte; her life and work. London,
 Methuen, 1959.
  252 p. port. 23 cm.  213-374


Hinkley, Laura L
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 Hammond, c.1947.
  viii,296 p. port. 23 cm.  213-381


Lettis, Richard, & Morris, William E.
  A Wuthering Heights handbook. New York,
 Odyssey Press, c.1961.
  x,238 p. 21 cm.  217-620


Martin, Robert Bernard.
  The accents of persuasion; Charlotte
 Bronte's novels. London, Faber, c.1966.
  188 p. 23 cm.  217-497


Ratchford, Fannie Elizabeth.
  The Brontes' web of childhood. New York,
 Columbia Univ. Press, 1949.
  xviii,293 p. illus. 24 cm.  213-440
  Bibliog.: p. 266-277.


Shorter, Clement.
  The Brontes and their circle. London,
 J. M. Dent, 1896.
  475 p. 18 cm. (The Wayfarer's library)
  213-662


Spark, Murie1, & Stanford, Derek.
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 London, P. Owen [1953]
  271p. pl., port. 23cm.  213-582


Visick, Mary.
  The genesis of Wuthering Heights.
 Hong Kong, The Univ. Press, 1958.
  xi,88 p. 19 cm.  212-98


   Brooke, Henry.


Brooke, Henry,
  The fool of quality., or, The history of
 Henry, earl of Moreland. By Mr. Brooke.
 A new edition, greatly altered and improved.
 London, Printed for Edward Johnston, 1776.
  4 v. illus. 17 cm.  217-466


   Brooke, Rupert.


Brooke, Rupert.
  The collected poems of Rupert Brooke.
 New York, J. Lane, 1956.
  xvii,168 p. port. 19 cm.  215-390


   Browne, Sir Thomas.


Bennett, Joan.
  Sir Thomas Browne; a man of achievement
 in literature. Cambridge, The Univ. Press,
 1962.
  vii,254 p. 23 cm.  213-647


   Browning, Elizabeth Barrett.


Browning, Elizabeth Barrett.
  The poetical works of Elizabeth Barrett
 Browning. Oxford complete edition.
 London, Henry Frowde, 1906.
  viii,667 p. port. 19 cm.  215-400


   Browning, Robert.


Browning, Robert.
  Poems of Robert Browning. London,
 Oxford Univ. Press, 1923.
  696 p. port. 19 cm.  215-372


Browning, Robert.
  The ring and the book. With an introd.
 by Edward Dowden and four facsimiles.
 London, Oxford Univ. Press, 1912.
  xvi,506 p. port. 19 cm.  215-399


Chesterton, Gilbert Keith.
  Robert Browning. London, Macmillan,
 1925.
  207p. 18 cm. (Englishmen of letters)
  213-587


Cohen, John Michael.
  Robert Browning. London, Longmans,
 1952.
  viii,198p. pl., port. 20 cm.
 (Men and books )  213-589
  Bibliog.: p. 194-195.


Symons, Arthur.
  An introduction to the study of
 Browning. new ed. rev. & enl. London,
 J. M. Dent, 1923.
  xiii,263 p. 19 cm.  215-412


   Buchan, John.


Buchan, John.
  The blanket of the dark. London,
 Hodder and Stoughton, 1931.
  314 p. 19 cm.  217-929


Buchan, John.
  The dancing floor. London, Hodder and
 Stoughton, 1926.
  311 p. illus. 20 cm.  217-932


Buchan, John.
  Midwinter; certain travellers in old
 England. London, Hodder and Stoughton,
 1924.
  311 p. 19 cm.  217-931


Buchan, John.
  Witch wood. London, Hodder and
 Stoughton, 1927.
  380 p. 19 cm.  217-930


   Bunyan, John.


Bunyan, John.
  The holy war made by Shaddai upon Dia-
 bolus for the regaining of the metropolis
 of the world; or, The losing and taking
 again of the town of Mansoul. With three
 coloured illus., by Victor Prout. London,
 Religious Tract Society, 1906.
  iv,318 p. illus. 20 cm.  217-913


Bunyan, John.
  The pilgrim's progress from this world to
 that which is to come. Ed. by James Blanton
 Wharey. 2. ed., rev. by Roger Sharrock.
 Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1960.
  cxviii,365 p. pl., port. 23 cm.  217-468

Bunyan, John.
  The pilgrim's progress, Grace abounding
 and A relation of his imprisonment. Ed.
 with biographical introduction and notes,
 by Edmund Venables. 2. ed., rev., by Mabel
 Peacock. Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1900.
  xliii,500 p. port. 19 cm.  217-469


Bunyan, John.
  The pilgrim's progress. With biographi-
 cal introd. and new index. Illus. by
 George Cruikshank. London, Oxford Univ.
 Press, 1932.
  xlvi,382 p. illus. 19 cm.  217-912


Brittain, Vera.
  In the steps of John Bunyan; an excursion
 into puritan England. London, Rich & Cowan,
 1951.
  440 p. illus. maps. port. 19 cm.  213-503
  Bibliog.: p. 419-428.


Brown, John.
  John Bunyan; his life times and work.
 London, W. Isbister, 1886.
  xiv,504 p. facs. 24 cm.  213-309

Froude, James Anthony.
  Bunyan. London, Macmillan, 1928.
  vi,186 p. 18 cm. (English men of
 letters )  213-674


Griffith, Gwilym O.
  John Bunyan. London, Hodder and Stoughton
 1928.
  327 p. 20 cm.  213-361


Lindsay, Jack.
  John Bunyan; maker of myths. London,
 Methuen, 1937.
  xiii,27O p. pl., port. 23 cm.  213-404


Talon, Henri.
  John Bunyan; the man and his works.
 English tr. by Barbara Wall. Lorldon,
 Rockliff, c.1951.
  xii,340 p. pl., port. 22 cm.  213-467
  Bibliog.: p. 321-332.


Willcocks, Mary Patricia.
  Bunyan calling; a voice from the
 seventeenth century. London, G. Allen,
 1944.
  236 p. port. 22 cm.  213-484


   Burns, Robert.


Burns, Robert.
  The poetical works of Robert Burns.
 With notes, glossary, index of first lines
 and chronological list. Edited by J.
 Logie Bobertson. London, Oxford Univ.
 Press, 1928.
  xx,635 p. port. 19 cm.  215-4O3


Shairp, Principal.
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  212 p. 18 cm. (English men of letters)
  213-600


   Burton, Robert.


Burton, Robert.
  The anatomy of melancholy. London,
 G. Bell and sons, 1926.
  3 v. 17 cm. (Bohn's popular library)
  219-122A


   Butler, Samuel.


Butler, Samuel.
  Erewhon; or, Over the range. London,
 J. Cape, 1929.
  316 p. 18 cm. (The travellers'
 library)  217-872


Butler, Samuel.
  Erewhon revisited. London, J. Cape,
 1949.
  319 p. 19 cm.  217-697


Butler, Samuel, 1835-19O2.
  The fair haven. London, J. Cape, 1929.
  xxi,285 p. 20 cm.  218-85


Butler, Samuel, 1835-1902.
  Letters between Samuel Butler and Miss E.
 M. A. Savage 1871-1885. [Ed. by Geoffrey
 Keynes & Brian Hill] London, J. Cape, 1935.
  380 p. port. 21 cm.  219-62


Butler, Samuel, 1835-19O2.
  Life and habit. London, J. Cape, 1935.
  x,310 p. 20 cm.  218-86


Butler, Samuel, 1835-1902.
  Samuel Butler's notebooks. Selections
 ed. by Geoffrey Keynes and Brian Hill.
 London, J. Cape, 1951.
  327 p. 21 cm.  219-63


Butler, Samuel.
  The way of all flesh. London, E. Nash
 & Grayson, [19--]
  447 p. 19 cm. (Nash's great novel
 library )  217-698


Cole, George Douglas Howard.
  Samuel Butler and the way of all flesh.
 London, Home & Van Thal, 1947.
  118 p. 19 cm. (The English novelists)
  213-564


Furbank, Philip Nicholas.
  Samuel Butler (1835-1902) Cambridge,
 The Univ. Press, 1948.
  112 p. 20 cm.  213-351


Henderson, Philip.
  Samuel Butler; the incarnate bachelor.
 London, Cohen & West, 1953.
  xiii,241 p. port. 23 cm.  213-378


   Byron, George Gordon, 6th baron.


Byron, George Gordon, 6th baron.
  The poetical works. London, oxford
 Univ. Press, 1930.
  x,924 p. port. 19 cm.  215-144


Nichol, John.
  Byron. London, Macmillan, 1926.
  viii,223 p. 18 cm. (English men
 of letters)  213-245


Quennell, Peter.
  Byron: the years of fame.
 Melbourne, Penguin Books , 1954.
  279 p. 18 cm. (Penguin books)
  213-276


Trelawny, Edward John.
  Recollections of the last days of Shelley
 and Byron. With introduction by Edward
 Dowden. London, H. Milford, 1923.
  xx,201 p. pl., port. 18 cm. (The Oxford
 miscellany)  213-476


   Carlyle, Thomas.


Carlyle, Thomas.
  Thomas Carlyle; letters to his wife.
 Ed. by Trudy Bliss. Cambridge, Mass.,
 Harvard Univ. Press, 1953.
  414 p. 23 cm.  219_102
  Bibliog.: p. 406-407.


Carlyle's house, Chelsea; illustrated
  catalogue chronology and descriptive
 notes. 2. ed. London, Country Life,
 1954.
  72 p. illus. port. 18cm.  212-105


   Carroll, Lewis.


Carroll, Lewis.
  The complete works of Lewis Carroll.
 Illustrated by John Tennie1. Introd. by
 Alexander Woollcott. New York, Ramdon
 House [1936]
  xi,1287 p. illus. 21 cm. (The modern
 library of the world's best books)  214-84
  Contents: Alice's adventures in wonderland.
 Through the looking-glass. Sylvie and Bruno.
 Sylvie and Bruno concluded. Verse. Stories.
 A miscellany.


Carroll, Lewis.
  Alice's adventures in Wonderland and
 Through the looking-glass. Complete in
 one volume. With illustrations by John
 Tenniel. New York, Grosset & Dunlap
 [n. d.]
  297 p. illus. 2O cm.  217-845


Hudson, Derek.
  Levis Carroll. London, Constable, 1954.
  xiii,354 p. illus., port. 23 cm.  213-388


Lennon, Florence Becker.
  Victoria through the looking-glass; the
 life of Lewis Carroll. New York, Simon and
 Schuster, 1945.
  xv,387 p. 21 cm.  213-401
  Bibliog.: p. 357-378.


   Cecil, David.


Cecil, David.
  Poets and story-tellers. London,
 Constable, 1949.
  201 p. 19 cm.  218-110


   Chaucer, Geoffrey.


Chaucer, Geoffrey.
  The complete works of Geoffrey Chaucer.
 Ed. from numerous manuscripts by Walter
 W. Skeat. London, 0xford Univ. Press,
 1933.
  xxiv, 149 p. pl. 19 cm.  214-86


Chaucer, Geoffrey.
  Chaucer's Canterbury tales. Ed. by
 Alfred W. Pollard and M. M. Barger.
 London, Macmillan, 1923-30.
  5 v. 18 cm.  215-428
  Contents: The prologue. The knight's
 tale. The nun's priest's tale. The par-
 doner's tale. The squire's tale.


Coghill, Nevill.
  The poet Chaucer. London, Oxford Univ.
 Press, 1950.
  xii,187 p. 17 cm. (The home university
 library of modern knowledge)  213-677


Legouis, Emile.
  Geoffrey Chaucer. Paris, Bloud, 1910.
  vii,264 p. port. 19 cm. (Les grands
 ecrivains etrangers )  213-676


   Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope,
     4th earl of.


Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope, 4th
 earl of.
  Letters, sentences, and maxims. With
 a critical essay by C. A. Sainte-Beuve.
 London, S. Low, Marston [n. d.]
  xxvii,224 p. 18 cm.  219-112


Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope, 4th
 earl of.
  Letters written by Lord Chesterfield to
 his son. Selected by Charles Sayle.
 London, W. Scott [1889?]
  xxxiv,281 p. 18 cm. (The Scott library)
  219-113


   Chesterton, Gilbert Keith.


Chesterton, Gilbert Keith.
  Generally speaking; a book of essays.
London,Methuen, 1930.
  v,249 p. 18 cm.  218-158


Chesterton, Gilbert Keith.
  Manalive. London, Arrowsmith, 1926.
  220 p. 18 cm.  217-902


Chesterton, Gilbert Keith.
  The return of Don Quixote. Leipzig,
 Bernhard Tauchnitz, 1927.
  286 p. 16 cm. (Collection of British
 authors, Tauchnitz edition, vol. 4785)
  217-901


   Cleland, John.


Cleland, John.
  Memoirs of Fanny Hill. A new wd genu-
 ine edition from the original text
 (London, 1749) Paris, Isidore Liseux,
 1888.
  317 p. 19 cm.  217-915


   Coleridge, Samuel Taylor.


Coleridge, Samuel Taylor.
  The poems of Samuel Taylor Coleridge;
 including poems and version of poems.
 Ed. by Ernst Hartley Coleridge. London,
 Oxford Univ. Press, 1921.
  xxiii,614 p. port. 19 cm.  215-369


Coleridge, Samuel Taylor.
  The rime of the ancient mariner. With
 introd. and notes by P. T. Creswell.
 London, Macmillan, 1926.
  lv,62 p. 18 cm.  215-366
  Bibliog.: p. 54.


Coleridge, Samuel Taylor.
  The table talk and Omniana of Samuel
 Taylor Coleridge. With a note on
 Coleridge by Coventry Patmore. London,
 Oxford Univ. Press, 1917.
  xii,500 p. port. 19 cm.  219-104


Caine, Hall.
  Life and writings of Samuel Taylor
 Coleridge. London, W. Scott [n. d.]
  154,xxi p. 18 cm. (Great Writers)  213-637


Mouse, Humphry.
  Coleridge; the clark lectures, 1951-52.
 London, R. Hart-Davis, 1953.
  167 p. 19 cm.  215-395


   Collier, John.


Collier, John.
  Defy the foul fiend; or, The mis-
 adventures of a heart. Hamburg,
 Albatross, c.1935.
  283 p. 18 cm. (The Albatross modern
 continental library, vol. 267)  217-763


   Collins, Wilkie.


Collins, Wilkie.
  The dead secret. A new ed. London,
 Chatto & Windus, 1899.
  142 p. 23 cm.  217-779


Collins, Wilkie.
  The frozen deep; and other stories.
 Leipzig, B. Tauchnitz, 1874.
  296 p. 17 cm. (Collection of British
 authors, Tauchnitz ed., vol. 1455)  217-623


Collins, Wilkie.
  No name. London, Collins' Clear-Type
 Press, [1862]
  680 p. illus. 16 cm.  217-637


Ashley, Robert.
  Wilkie Collins. London, A. Barker,
 1952.
  144 p. 19 cm. (The English novelists)
  Bibliog.: p. 7-9.  213-591


Robinson, Kenneth.
  Wilkie Collins; a biography. London,
 Bodley Head, 1951.
  339 p. port・ 23 cm.  213-51A


   Collins, William.


Collins, William.
  Poems of William Collins. Ed. by
 Christopher Stone, and Austin Lane
 Poole. London, Oxford Univ. Press, 1917.
  195-322 p. 19 cm.  215-382
  Bound with: Poems of Thomas Gray.


   Conrad, Joseph.


Conrad, Joseph.
  Almayer's folly, and Tales of unrest.
 London, J. M. Dent, 1923.
  viii,208,204 p. port. 22 cm.  217-154A


Conrad, Joseph.
  The arrow of gold; a story between
 two notes. London, T. Fisher Unwin,
 1925.
  x,336 p. 18 cm.  217-982A

Conrad, Joseph.
  Chance; a tale in two parts.
 London, Methuen, 1927.
  351 p. 18 cm.  217-328


Conrad, Joseph.
  Lord Jim. London, J. M. Dent, 1946.
  ix,422 p. 19 cm. (Collected edition
 of the works of Joseph Conrad)  217-776


Conrad, Joseph.
  The mirror of the sea; memories and
 impressions, [and] A personal record;
 some reminiscences. London, J. M. Dent,
 1946.
  x,138 p. 19 cm. (Collected edition
 of the works of Joseph Conrad)  218-133


Conrad, Joseph.
  The nigger of the "Narcissus"; a tale
 of the sea. Popular ed. London,
 W. Heinemann, 1919.
  259 p. 18 cm.  217-329

Conrad, Joseph.
  Nostromo. Introd. by Robert Penn
 Warren. New York, Random House, c.1951.
  xliii,8,630 p. 19 cm. (The modern
 library of the world's best books)  217-330


Conrad, Joseph.
  Notes on life & letters. London, J. M.
 Dent & sons, 1921.
  xii,354 p. 21 cm.  213-327


Conrad, Joseph.
  The rescue; a rommance of the shallows.
 London, J, A. Dent, 1949.
  xi,474 p. 19 cm. (Collected edition
  of the works of Joseph Conrad)  217-773


Conrad, Joseph.
  The rover. New York, Doubleday, Doran,
 1928.
  286 p. 21 cm. (Malay ed.)  217-667


Conrad, Joseph.
  The secred agent; a simple tale. London,
 J. M. Dent, 1947.
  xv,316 p. 19 cm. (Collected edition
 of the works of Joseph Conrad)  217-775


Conrad, Joseph.
  A set of six. London, J. M. Dent,
 1954.
  xi,289 p. 19 cm. (Collected edition
 of the works of Joseph Conrad)  217-774


Conrad, Joseph.
  Suspense. London, J. M. Dent, 1925.
  ix,303 p. frontispiece. 20 cm.  217-928


Conrad, Joseph.
  'Twixt land and sea; three tales.
 London, J. M. Dent, 1947.
  x,244 p. 19 cm. (Collected edition of
 the works of Joseph Conrad)  217-772


Conrad, Joseph.
  Typhoon, and other stories.
 Leipzig, B. Tauchnitz, 1928.
  279 p. 17 cm. (Collection of
 British authors. Tauchnitz ed.,
 vol. 4830)  217-331
  Contents: Typhoon, Amy Foster,
 Falk: a reminiscence, To-morrow.


Conrad, Joseph.
  Under western eyes. London, J. M.
 Dent, 1947.
  x,388 p. 19 cm. (Collected edition of
 the works of Joseph Conrad)  217-777


Conrad, Joseph.
  Victory; an island tale. London,
 Methuen, 1924.
  viii,415 p. 20 cm.  217-332


Conrad, Joseph.
  Youth; a narrative and two other
 stories. London, J. M. Dent, 1922.
  x,370 p. 19 cm.  217-522


Hewitt, Douglas.
  Conrad; a reassessment. Cambridge, Bowes
 & Bowes, 1952.
  vii,141 p. 21 cm.  213-379


Jean-Aubry, Gerard.
  The sea dreamer; a definitive
 biography of Joseph Conrad. London,
 G. Allen & Unwin, 1957.
  321 p. 22 cm.  213-605
  Bibliog.: p. 295-312.


Tanner, Tony.
  Conrad: Lord Jim. London, E. Arnold,
 1963.
  62 p. 19cm.  217-771
  Bibliog.: p. 60.


Visiak, Edward Harold.
  The mirror of Conrad. London,
 W. Laurie, 1955.
  255 p. port. 23cm.  213-478


Walpole, Hugh.
  Joseph Conrad. New and revised ed.
 London, Nisbet, 1924.
  127 p. port. 17 cm. (Writers of
 the day)  213-25A


Warner, Oliver.
  Joseph Conrad. London, Longmans, Green,
 1951.
  xii,196 p. 19 cm. (Men and books)  213-585


   Cooper, James Fenimore.


Cooper, James Fenimore.
  The pathfinder. London, T. Nelson,
 [n. d.]
  498 p. pl. 16 cm.  217-899


Cooper, James Fenimore.
  The prairie; a tale. New York, Grosset,
 [191-?]
  430 p. 20 cm.  217-898


   Cotton, Charles.


Cotton, Charles, & Walton, Izaak.
  The compleat angler. London, Oxford
 Univ. Press, 1921.
  xliv,340 p. illus. port. 19 cm.  218-151


   Cowley, Abraham.


Cowley, Abraham.
  Essays and selected verse of Abraham
 Cowley. London, W. Scott, [n. d.]
  xxxiv,274 p. 18 cm.  215-393


   Cowper, William.


Cowper, William.
  The poetical works of William Cowper.
 Edited by H. S. Milford・ 4. ed. London,
 Oxford Univ. Press, 1943.
  xxx,684 p. port. 19 cm.  215-425


Smith, Goldwin.
  Cowper. London, Macmillan,1880.
  135 p. 20 cm. (English men of letters)
  213-656


   Crabbe, George.


Crabbe, George.
  The poetical works of George Crabbe.
 Ed. by A. J. Carlyle & R. M. Carlyle.
 London, Oxford Univ. Press, 1932.
  xxii,600 p. port. 19 cm.  215-413


Haddakin, Lilian.
  The poetry of Crabbe. London, Chatto &
 Windus, 1955.
  175 p. 21 cm.  215-430


   Craik, Dinah Maria Mulock.


Craik, Dinah Maria Mulock.
  John Halifax; gentleman. With illust-
 rations by Alice Barber Stephens. London,
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  540 p. illus. 21 cm.  217-767


   Crashaw, Richard.


Crashaw, Richard.
  The poems of Richard Crashaw. Ed. by J.
 R. Tutin. With an introd. by Canon Beeching.
 London. G. Routledge & sons [1905]
  lv,310 p. 16 cm. (The muses' library)
  215-312


Warren, Austen.
  Richard Crashaw; a study in Baroque
 sensibility. Michigan, The Univ. Press,
 1957.
  255 p. 21 cm. (Ann Arbor books AA 6)
  Bibliog.: p. 241-255.  213-658


   Dana, Richard Henry.


Dana, Richard Henry.
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 narrative of life at sea. London,
 W. Scott, [1840]
  362 p. 19 cm.  217-819


   Davies, William Henry.


Davies, William Henry.
  The autobiography of a super-tramp.
 Preface by G. Bernard Shaw. London,
 J. Cape, 1926.
  xiv,304 p. 18 cm. (The travellers'
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   Defoe, Daniel.


Defoe, Daniel.
  The Shakespeare Head edition of the novels
 and selected writings of Daniel Defoe.
 Oxford, B. Blackwell, 1927-28.
  14 v. 20 cm. (The Shakespeare Head
  edition )  214-64


Defoe, Daniel.
  The fortunate mistress; or, A history of
 the life and vast variety of fortunes of
 Mademoiselle de Beleau, afterwards call'd
 The Countess de Wintselsheim, in Germany.
 Oxford, B. Blackwell, 1927.
  2 v. 20 cm. (The Shakespeare Head edition
 of the novels and selected writings of Daniel
 Defoe)  214-64 (1)


Defoe, Daniel.
  The fortunes and misfortunes of the
 famous Moll Flanders, &c. Written from
 her own memorandums. Oxford, B. Blackwell,
 1927.
  2 v. 20 cm. (The Shakespeare Head
 edition of the novels and selected writings
 of Daniel Defoe)  214-64(2)


Defoe, Daniel.
  The history of the most remarkable life,
 and extraordinary adventures, of the trully
 Honourable Colonel Jaque, vulgarly call'd
 Colonel Jack. Written by the author of
 Robinson Crusoe. Oxford, B. Blackwell,
 1927.
  2 v. 20 cm. (The Shakespeare Head
 edition of the novels and selected writings
 of Daniel Defoe)  214-64(3)


Defoe, Daniel.
  A Journal of Plague year. Written by a
 Citizen who continued all the while in London.
 Oxford, B. Blackwell, 1928.
  302 p. 20 cm. (The Shakespeare Head
 edition of the novels & selected writings of
 Daniel Defoe)  214-64(4)


Defoe, Daniel.
  The life adventures and pyracies of the
 famous Captain Singleton. Oxford, B. Black-
 well, 1927.
  335 p. 2O cm. (The Shakespeare Head
 edition of the novels and selected writings
 of Daniel Defoe)  214-64(5)


Defoe, Daniel.
  The life & strange surprizing adventures
 of Robinson Crusoe of York, Mariner.
 Written by himself. Oxford, B. Blackwell,
 1927.
  3 v. 20 cm. (The Shakespeare Head edi-
 tion of the novels and selected writings
 of Daniel Defoe)  214-64(6)


Defoe, Daniel.
  Memoirs of a cavalier; or, A military
 Journal of the wars in Germany and the wars
 in England from the year 1632, to the year
 1648. Written threescore years ago by an
 English Gentleman, ・・・ Oxford, B. Blackwell,
 1927.
  xi,318 p. 20 cm. (The Shakespeare edi-
 tion of the novels and selected writings of
 Daniel Defoe)  214-64(7)


Defoe, Daniel.
  A plan of the English commerce; being a
 complete prospect of the trade of this nation,
 as well the home trade as the foreign.
 Oxford, B. Blackwell, 1927.
  xix,277 p. 20 cm. (The Shakespeare Head
 edition of the novels and selected writings
 of Daniel Defoe)  214-64(8)


Defoe, Daniel.
  The Shortest way with the dissenters.
 And other pamphlets. Oxford, B. Blackwell,
 1927.
  261 p. 20 cm. (The Shakespeare Head
 edition of the novels and selected writings
 of Daniel Defoe)  214-64(9)


Defoe, Daniel.
  The letters of Daniel Defoe, ed. by George
 Harris Healey. Oxford, Clarendon Press,
 1955.
  xxi,5O6 p. port. 23 cm.  219-64


Fitzgerald, Brian.
  Daniel Defoe; a study in conflict. London,
 Secker & Warburg, 1954.
  248 p. port. 23 cm.  213-350


Freeman, William.
  The incredible De Foe. London, H.
 Jenkins, 1950.
  304 p. port. 23 cm.  213-349


Marion, Denis.
  Daniel Defoe. Paris, A. Fayard, 1948.
  276 p. 19 cm. (L'homme et son oeuvre)
  213-412


Minto, William.
  Daniel Defoe. London, Macmillan, 1909.
  viii,179 p. 18 cm. (English men of
 letters )  213-665


Novak, Maximillian E.
  Defoe and the nature of man. London,
 Oxford Univ. Press, 1963.
  viii,176 p. 23 cm. (Oxford English
 monographs )  213-426


Secord, Arthur Wellesley.
  Studies in the narrative method of Defoe.
 New York, Russell, 1963.
  248 p. 24 cm.  217-504


Starr, George A.
  Defoe & spiritual autobiography.
 Princeton, The Univ. Press, 1965.
  xiii,203 p. 22 cm.  213-456


Sutherland, James.
  Defoe. 2. ed. London, Methuen, 1950.
  xiii,300 p. port. 23 cm.  213-466


Trent, William P
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 polis, Bobbs-Merrill, c.1916.
  329 p. port. 2O cm.  213-16A


Watson, Francis.
  Daniel Defoe. London, Longman, 1952.
  240 p. illus. 20 cm. (Men and books)
  213-659


   Dekker, Thomas.


Dekker, Thomas.
  The Guls Hornbook and the Belman of
 London, in two parts. London, J. M.
 Dent & Sons, 1928.
  291 p. illus. 16 cm. (The Temple
 classics )  217-863


Dekker, Thomas.
  Thomas Dekker. Ed. with an introd. and
 notes by Ernest Rhys. London, E. Benn,
 1949.
  xiv,473 p. 19 cm.  216-232


   De la Mare, Walter John.


De la Mare, Walter John.
  Memoirs of a midget. London, W. Collins
 Sons [1921]
  xii,380 p. 18 cm.  217-900

   Deloney, Thomas.


Deloney, Thomas.
  The works. Ed. from the earliest extant
 editions & broadsides with an introd. and
 notes, by Francis Oscar Mann. Oxford,
 Clarendon Press, 1912.
  xliii,600 p. 23 cm.  215-296A

   De Quincey, Thomas.


De Quincey, Thomas.
  Confessions of an English opium-eater.
 Illust. by Willy Pogany. London, Collins,
 [n. d.]
  292 p. illus. 16 cm  217-921


De Quincey, Thomas.
  De Quincey's The English mail-coach and
 Joan of Arc. Ed. with introd., notes,
 and questions by Milton Haight Turk.
 Boston, Ginn, C.1925.
  xvi, 128 p. 18 cm.  218-167


De Quincey, Thomas.
  Joan of Arc, The English mail-coach,
 and Spanish military nun. Ed. with
 introd. and textual notes by Carol M.
 Newman. New York, Macmillan, 1909.
  lxxii,297 p. port. 15 cm.
 (Macmillan's pocket American and English
 classics )  218-168


   Dickens, Charles.


Dickens, Charles.
  [Works] London, Chapman & Hall [n. d.]
  21 v. illus. 19 cm.  214-93
  Contents: Vol. 1. The adventures of Oliver
 Twist. -2. American notes and reprinted
 pieces. -3. Barnady Rudge; a tale of the
 Riots of 'Eighty. -4. Bleak house. -5. A
 child's history of England. -6. Christmas
 books. -7. Christmas stories; from "House-
 hold words" and "All the year round"
 -8. Dombey and son. -9. Great expectations.
 -10. Hard times, and Pictures from Italy.
 -ll. The life and adventures of Martin
 Chuzzlewit. -12. The life and adventures of
 Nicholas Nickleby. -13. Little Dorrit.
 -14. The mystery of Edwin Drood, and other
 stories. -15. The old curiousity shop.
 -16. Our mutual friend. -17. The personal
 history of David Copperfield. -18. The
 Posthumous papers of the Pickwick Club.
 -19. Sketches by Boz; illustrative of every-
 day life and every-day people. -20. A tale
 of two cities. -21. The uncommercial
 traveller.


Dickens, Charles.
  The adventures of Oliver Twist. New
 York, Grosset & Dunlap [1912?]
  xv,432 p. 20 cm.  217-919


Dickens, Charles.
  Barnaby Rudge. London, Collins
 Clear-Type Press, [n. d.]
  693p. pl. 16 cm. (Library of
 classics )  217-576


Dickens, Charles.
  Bleak house. Boston, H. Mifflin,
 c.1956.
  xxix,665 p. 21 cm. (Riverside ed., B4)
  217-701


Dickens, Charles.
  Christmas books. London, Chapman &
 Hall [n. d.]
  483 p. illus. 18 cm. (The works of
 Charles Dickens complete edition in twen-
 ty volumes)  217-565


Dickens, Charles.
  David Copperfield;the personal
 history, adventures, experience &
 observation. Introduction by E. K.
 Brown. New York, Random House,
 c.1950.
  xviii,923 p. illus. 19 cm.
  (Modern library college editions)
  217-577


Dickens, Charles.
  David Copperfield. Traduction de
 Antonine Coullet-Tessier. Paris
 S.E.P.E., c.1949.
  2 v. 18 cm.  217-572


Dickens, Charles.
  Dealings with the firm of Domby and
 son. London, Chapman & Hall. [n. d.]
  1OO6 p. illus. 18 cm. (The works
 of Charles Dickens complete edition in
 twenty volumes)  217-567


Dickens, Charles.
  Great expectations. London,
 H. Hamilton, 1947.
  xxiii,583 p. 18 cm. (The Novel
 library )  217-574


Dickens, Charles.
  Hard times. London, Oxford Univ.
 Press, [n. d.]
  viii,363 p. 18cm.
  Contents: Hard times, Hunted down,
 Holiday romance & George Silverman's
 explantation.  217-573


Dickens, Charles.
  The heart of Charles Dickens; as revealed
 in his letters to Angela Burdett-Coutts,
 selected and edited from the collection in
 the Pierpont Morgan Library, with a critical
 and biographical introd., by Edgar Johnson.
 New York, Duell, c.1952.
  xiv,415 p. port. 23 cm.  213-335


Dickens, Charles, & Collins, Wilkie.
  The lazy tour of two idle apprentices.
 No thoroughfare. The perils of certain
 English prisoners. London, Chapman & Hall,
 1895.
  vi,327 p. illus. 22 cm.  217-473


Dickens, Charles.
  The letters of Charles Dickens. Vol. 1:
 1820-1839. Ed. by Madeline House & Graham
 Storey. Associate editors: W. J. Carlton
 [&c.〕 Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1965.
  xlv,744 p. port. 24 cm.  219-4lA
  At head of title: The Pilgrim edition.


Dickens, Cbarles.
  The letters of Charles Dickens, ed. by
 his sister-in-law and his eldest daughter;
 1833 to 1870. London, Macmillan, 1903.
 ix,763 p. 20 cm.  219-85


Dickens, Charles.
  The life and adventures of Martin
 Chuzzlewit. Introd. by Geoffrey Russell.
 London, Oxford Univ. Press, 1951.
  xxiv,841 p. pl. 19 cm. (The new
 Oxford illustrated Dickens)  217-642


Dickens, Charles.
  The life & adventures of Nicholas
 Nickleby. London, Chapman & Hall [n. d.]
 959 p. illus. port. 18 cm.
 (The works of Charles Dickens complete
 edition in twenty volumes)  217-566


Dickens, Charles.
  Little Dorrit. London, Oxford
 Univ. Press, 1953.
  xxvi,826 p. illus. 19 cm. (The
 New Oxford illustrated Dickens)
  217-575


Dickens, Charles.
  The old curiosity shop. London, Ward,
 Lock, 1911.
  544 p. 18 cm. (The world library)
  217-920


Dickens, Charles.
  Our mutual friend. London,
 T. Nelson, [n. d.]
  916 p. illus. 19cm.   217-57O


Dickens, Charles.
  The speeches of Charles Dickens. Ed. by
 K. J. Fielding. Oxford, Clarendon Press,
 1960.
  xxiv,456 p. 22 cm.  219-66


Dickens, Charles.
  A tale of two cities. Introd. by
 Sir John Shuckburgh. London, Oxford
 Univ. Press, 1949.
  xvi,358 p. illus. 19 cm. (The
 New Oxford illustrated Dickens)
  217-571


Dickens, Cbarles, & Collins, Wilkie.
  The wreck of Golden Mary. London,
 A. Barker, 1955.
  158 p. illus. 19 cm.  217-871


Addison, William.
  In the steps of Charles Dickens. London,
 Rich & Cowan, 1955.
  254 p. illus. 19 cm.  212-96


Adrian, Arthur A.
  Georgina Hogarth and the Dickens circle.
 London, Oxford Univ. Press, 1957.
  x,320 p. pl., port. 22 cm.  213-530
  Bibliog.: p. 297-301.

Alain. pseud. of Emile Auguste Chartier.
  En lisant Dickkens. 15 ed. Paris,
 Gallimard, c.1945.
  189 p. 19 cm.  213-510


Aylmer, Felix.
  Dickens incognito. London, Hart-Davis,
 1959.
  95 p. map., port. 21 cm.  212-61


Baker, Richard M
  The Drood murder case; five studies in
 Dickens's Edwin Drood. Berkeley, Univ. of
 California Press, 1951.
  xi,195 p. 23 cm.  217-461


Bowen, William Henry.
  Charles Dickens and his family; a
 sympathetic study. Cambridge, W. Heffer,
 1956.
  xiii,182 p. 22 cm.  213-451


Brown, Ivor.
  Dickens in his time. London, Nelson,
 1963.
  248p. illus., port. 23 cm.  213-531


Burton, Richard.
  Charles Dickens. Indianapolis, Bobbs-
 Merrill, c.1919.
  308 p. port. 19 cm.  213-504


Butt, John, & Tillotson, Kathleen.
  Dickens at work. London, Methuen,
 1957.
  238 p. facs. 22 cm.  217-688


Canning, Albert S. G.
  Dickens & Thackeray; Studies in three
 novels. New York, Kennikat Press, 1967.
  313 p・ 23 cm.  217-868


Chesterton, Gilbert Keith.
  Charles Dickens. 10. ed. London,
 Methuen, 1914.
  223 p. 18 cm. (Methuen's Shilling
 library)  213-511


Cocksbut, A. 0. J.
  The imagination of Charles Dickens.
 London, Methuen, c.1961.
  192 p. 21 cm. (University paperbacks)
  217-842


Cruikshank, R J
  Charles Dickens and early Victorian
 England. London, Pitman, 1949.
  xii,308 p. chart, illus. 23 cm.
 (Measure of the ages)  211-56


Dolby, George.
  Charles Dickens as I knew him; the story
 of the reading tours in Great Britain and
 America(1866-1870) London, T. Fisher
 Unwin, 1885.
  xiii,466 p. 20 cm.  219-92


Elsna, Hebe.
  Unwanted wife; a defence of Mrs.
 Charles Dickens. London, Jarrolds,
 1963.
  239 p. port. 22 cm.  213-532


Engel,Monroe.
  The maturity of Dickens. Cambridge, Mass.,
 Harvard Univ. Press, 1959.
  xii,202 p. 22 cm.  213-445


Fawcett, F    Dubrez.
  Dickens the dramatist; on stage, screen
 and radio. London, W. H. Allen, 1952.
  xiii,278 p. pl., port, 23 cm.  212-86


Fielding, K J
  Charles Dickens; a critical introduction.
 London, Longmans, 1960.
  218 p. 19 cm.  213-653
  Bibliog.: p. 207-211.


Ford, George H.
  Dickens and his readers; aspects of
 novel-criticism since 1836. Princeton,
 The Univ. Press, 1955.
  xvii,318 p. illus. 23 cm.  213-619


Forster, John.
  The life of Charles Dickens. Ed. arid
 annotated with an introd. by J. W. Ley.
 London, C. Palmer, c.1928・
  xxviii,892 p. port. 26 cm.  213-628


Garis, Robert.
  Tbe Dickens theatre; a reassessment of
 the novels. Oxford, Clarendon Press,
 1965.
  259 p. 22 cm.  213-513


Gissing, George.
  Charles Dickens; a critical study.
 Bombay, Blackie, 1928.
  233 p. 18 cm.  213-480


Gissing, George.
  The immortal Dickens. London, C. Palmer,
 1925.
  ix,243 p. 2O cm.  213-354


Green, Frank.
  London homes of Dickens. With an introd.
 by Walter Dexter. Illustrated by Charles
 Pearce. London, W. & R. Chambers, [n. d.]
  44 p. illus. 19 cm.  212_108

Gross, John, & Pearson, Gabriel.
  Dickens and the ~twentie century.
 London, Routledge & K. Paul, 1962.
  xxxiv,244 p. 23 cm.  218-121


Hardwick, Michael.
  The Charles Dickens Companion. [By]
 Michael and Mollie Hardwick. London,
 J. Murray, c.1965.
  xiii,25O p. illus., port. 20 cm.
  213-238


Harrison, Michael.
  Charles Dickens; a sentimental journey in
 search of an unvarnished portrait. London,
 Cassell, 1953.
  269 p. port. 23 cm.  213-375


House, Humphry.
  The Dickens world. 2. ed. London, Oxford
 Univ. Press, 195O.
  231 p. 23cm.  213-386


Johnson, Edgar.
  Charles Dickens; his tragedy and triumph.
 New York, Simon and Schuster, 1952.
  2 v. (1159,cxcvii p.) port. 22 cm.
  Bibliog.: p. xcix-cxv.  213-392


Korg, Jacob, ed.
  London in Dickens' day. Englewood
 Cliffs, Prentice-Hall, 1960.
  xii,179 p. illus. 22 cm. (A book of
 primary source materials )  212-55A
  Bibliog.: p. 178-179.


Leacock, Stephen.
  Charles Dickens; his life and work.
 London, P. Davies, 1933.
  viii,275 p. 23 cm.  213-399


Lindsay, Jack.
  Charles Dickens; a biographical and
 critical study. London. A. dakers, 195Q.
  459 p. 23 cm.  213-402


Manning, John.
  Dickens on education. Toronto, The Univ.
 Press, c.1959.
  x, 251 p. 24 em.  212-97


Marcus, Steven.
  Dickens: from Pickwick to Dornbey.
 London, Cbatto &a Windus, 1965.
  389 p. 23 cm.  213-684


Miller, Joseph Hillis.
  Charles Dickens; the world of his
 novels; Cambridge, Harvard Univ.
 Press, 1958.
  xvi,346 p1 22 cm.  213-199A


Monod, Sylvere.
  Dickens, romancier; etude sur la creation
 litteraire dans leg romans de Charles
 Dickens. Paris, Hachette, c.1953.
  xx,52O p. 23 cm.  213-419


Nisbet, Ada.
  Dickens & Ellen Terman. Berkeley, Univ.
 of California Press, 1952.
  xvi,89 p. 21 cm.  213-460


Pearson, Hesketh.
  Dickens; his character, comedy and career.
 London, Methtuen, 1949.
  xi,366 p. port. 23 cm.  213-430


Pope-Hennessy, Dame Una (Birch)
  Charles Dickens, 1812-1870. London,
 Chatto & Windus, 1946.
  xii,476 p. port. 22 cm.  213-436


Priestley, John Boynton.
  Charles Dickens; a pictorial biography.
 London, Thames and Hudson, c.1961.
  144 p. illus., port. 24 cm.  213-533


Quiller-Couch, Sir Arthur.
  Charles Dickens and other Victorians.
 Cambridge, The Univ. Press, 1925.
  vi,240 p. 23 cm.  213-438


Stoehr, Taylor.
  Dickens; The dreamer's stance. New York,
 Cornell Univ. Press, c.1965.
  xiv,299 p. 22 cm.  213-516


Storey, Gladys.
  Dickens and daughter. London, F. Muller,
 1939.
  236 p. pl., port. 23 cm.  213-463


Straus, Ralph.
  Dickens; a portrait in pencil. London,
 V. Gollanz, 1928.
  319 p. pl., port. 24 cm.  213-464


Swinburne, Algernon Charles.
  Charles Dickens. London, Chatto &
 Windus, 1913.
  xix,84 p. 2O cm.  213-518


Symons, Julian.
  Charles Dickens. London, A. Barker,
 1951.
  94 p. 19 cm. (English novelists series)
  213-599


Thomas, R George.
  Charles Dickens: Great expectations.
 London, E. Arnold, c.1964.
  60 p. 19 cm. (Studies in English
 literature, no. 19)  217-807


Wagenknecht, Edward.
  Dickens and the scandalmongers; essays
 in criticism. Norman, Univ. of Oklahoma
 Press, c.1965.
  vii,162 p. 22 cm.  213-517


Ward, Adolphus William.
  Dickens. London, Macmillan, 1882.
  vi,224 p. 19 cm. (Engligh men of
 letters )  213-446


   Dickinson, Emily.


Dickinson, Emily.
  Selected poems of Emily Dickinson.
 Introd. by Conrad Aiken. New York,
 Random House, c.1924.
  xvi,231 p. 19 cm. (The mogern library)
  215-407


   Donne, John.


Donne, John,
  Complete poetry and selected prose, ea. by
 John Hayward. London, Nonesuch Press, 1932.
  xxiii,794 p. 20 cm.  215-313


   Douglas, George Norman.


Douglas, Norman.
  South wind. London, Penguin Books,
 1935.
  319p. 19 cm. (Penguin books)  217-604


   Doyle, Arthur Conan.


Doyle, Arthur Conan.
  The adventures of Sherlock Holmes.
 With a frontispiece. London, Smith, Elder,
 1912.
  293 p. illus. 18 cm.  217-671


Doyle, Arthur Conan.
  The case-book of Sherlock Holmes
 London, J. Murray, 1927.
  32O p. 20 cm.  217-675


Doyle, Arthur Conan.
  His last bow; some reminiscences of
 Sherlock Holmes. London, G. Bell and
 Sons, 1917.
  vii,305 p. 19 cm.  217-674


Doyle, Arthur Conan.
  The memoirs of Sherlock Holmes.  London,
 Smith, Elder, 1911.
  248 p. illus. 18 cm.  217-672


Doyle, Arthur Conan.
  The return of Sherlock Holmes. [London]
 J. Murray [1924]
  316 p. 18 cm.  217-673


Doyle, Arthur Conan.
  The sign of four. London, J. Murray,
 1926.
  285 p. 18 cm.  217-670


Doyle , Arthur Con8n.
  The tragedy of the Korosko. London,
 G. Newnes [n. d.]
  126 p. 22 cm. (Newnes sixpenny copy-
 right novels. 34)  217-668


Doyle , Arthur Conan.
  Uncle Bernac; a memory of the empire.
 London, G. Newnes [n. d.]
  126 p. 22 cm. (Newnes sixpenny
 copyright novels. 38)  217-669


Doyle, Arthur Conan.
  The valley of fear. London, PAN Books,
 1951.
  186 p. 18 cm.  217-676


Carr, John Dickson.
  The life of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
 London, Pan Books, 1953.
  285 p. 18 cm.  213-643


   Dryden, John.


Dryden, John.
  The poems of John Dryden. Ed. with
 an introd. and textual notes by John
 Sargeaunt. London, Oxford Univ. Press,
 1935.
  xxiii,606 p. port. 19 cm.  215-376


Dryden, John.
  The satires of Dryden: Absalom and
 Achitophel, The Medal, Mac Flecknoe.
 Edited with memoir, introd. and notes by
 John Churton Collins. London, Macmillan,
 1923.
  xli,137 p. 18 cm.  215-415


   Du Maurier, George.


Du Maurier, George.
  Peter Ibbetson. New York, Random House,
 c.1919.
  xv,416 p. illus. 19 cm. (The modern
 library )  217-708


Du Maurier, George.
  Trilby; a novel. London, Constable,
 1917.
  320 p. 17 cm.  217-603


   Edgeworth, Maria.


Edgeworth, Maria.
  Belinda. With an introd. by Anne
 Thackeray Ritchie. Illustrated_ by
 Chris Hammond. London, Macmillan, 1903.
  xix,485 p. illus. 18 cm.  217-908


Edgeworth, Maria.
  Moral tales for young people.  New ed.
 London, G. Routledge & sons; [1892]
  vii,408 p. pl. 20 cm.  217-475


Edgeworth, Maria.
  Qrmond; a tale. Illus. by Carl Schloesser.
 With an introd. by Anne Thackeray Ritchie.
 London, Macrmillan, 1895.
  xvi,343 p. illus. 20 cm.  217-476


Edgeworth, Maria.
  Popular tales. With an introd. by
 Anne Thackeray Ritchie. Illustrated by
 Chris Hammond. London, Macmillan, 1903.
  xix,507 p. illus. 18cm.  217-909


Clarke, Isabel C
  Maria Edgeworth; her family and friends.
 London, Hutchinson, 1849 (pref.)
  2O8 p. illus. 22 cm.  213-323


Newby, Percy Howard.
  Maria Edgeworth. London, Arthur Barker.
 1950.
  98 p. 19 cm. (The English novelists)
  213-649


   Eliot, George, pseud.


Eliot, George, pseud.
  The works of George Eliot. Standard ed.
 [Vol. 1-10, 14-24] Edinburgh, W. Blackwood,
 [n. d.]
  21 v. 19 cm.  214-66
  Contents : -
 [Vol. 1-2] Adam Bede. [Vol. 3-5] Daniel
 Deronda. [Vol. 6] Essays and leaves from a
 note-book. [Vol. 7-8] Felix Holt, the radical.
 [Vol. 9] Impressions of Theophrastus Such.
 [Vol. 10] The legend of Jubal and other poems,
 old and new. [Vol. 14-16] Middlemarch; a
 study of provincial life. [Vol. 17-18] The
 mill on the floss. [Vol. 19-20] Romola.
 [Vol. 21-22] Scenes of clerical life. [Vol.
 23] Silas Marner, The lifted veil, Brother
 Jacob. [Vol. 24] The Spanish gypsy.


Eliot, George. pseud.
  Adam Bede. New York, Rinehart, 1958.
  xix,551 p. 19 cm. (Rinehart ed., 32)
  217-665


Eliot, George. pseud.
  Daniel Deronda. New York, Harper, 1961.
  xxiii,621 p. frontispiece. 21 cm.
  (Harper torchbooks )  217-664


Eliot, George.
  Essays of George Eliot. Edited by Thomas
 Pinney. London. Routledge, c.1963.
  xii,476 p. 23 cm.  218-87


Eliot, George.
  The George Eliot letters. Ed. by Gordon
 S. Haight. New Haven, Yale Univ. Press,
 1954-55.
  7 v. 24 cm.  219-67


Eliot, George.
  Silas Marner; the weaver of Raveloe.
 Edinburgh, W. Blackwood & Sons,
 l861.
  364 p. 21 cm.  217-783


Allen, Walter.
  George Eliot. New York, Macmillan, c.1964.
 192 p. 22 cm. (Masters of world litera-
 ture series )  213-300


Beaty, Jerome.
  Middlemarch, from notebook to novel; a
 study of George Eliot's creative method.
 Urbana, Univ. of Illinois Press, 1960.
  ix, 134 p. 27 cm. (Illinois studies in
 language and literature. Vol. 47)
  217-463


Bennett, Joan.
  George Eliot; her mind and her art.
 Cambridge, The Univ. Press, 1954.
  xv,203 p. 21 cm.  213-570


Browning, Oscar.
  Life and writings of George Eliot. London,
 W. Scott [n. d.]
  167,xiv p. 18 cm.  213-310
  Bibliog.: p. i-xiv.


Bullett, Gerald.
  George Eliot; her life and books. London,
 Collins, 1947.
  256 p. 23 cm.  213-315


Crompton, Margaret.
  George Eliot; the woman. London, Cassell,
 1960.
  x,214 p. port. 23 cm.  213-330


Cross, John W., ed.
  George Eliot's life; as related in her
 letters and journals. Arranged and edited
 by her husband J. W. Cross. Edinburgh, W.
 Blackwood & sons, 1910.
  2 v. port. 17 cm. (Tbe Warwick ed.)
  213-331


Daiches, David.
  George Eliot: Middlemarch. New York,
 Barron's Educational Sereis, 1963.
  72 p. 19 cm.  217-611
  Bibliog.: p. 7O.


Haight, Gordon S.
  George Eliot & John Chapman. With
 Chapman's diaries. New Haven, Yale Univ.
 Press, 1940.
  xi,261p. facs., port. 24 cm.  213-366


Hanson, Lawrence, & Hanson, Elisabeth.
  Marian Evans & George Eliot; a biography.
 London, Oxford Univ. Press, 1952.
  xiv,402 p. port. 23 cm.  213-371


Hardy, Barbara, ed.
  Middlemarch; critical approaches to the
 novel, [by] Mark Schorer, [&c] London,
 Athlone Press, 1967.
  192 p. 23 cm.  2l0-138


Hardy, Barbara.
  The novels of George Eliot; a study in
 form. London, Athlone Press, 1959.
  xii,242 p. 23 cm.  217-486


Harvey, William John.
  The art of George Eliot. London,
 Chatto & Windus, 1961.
  250 p. 22 cm.  217-864
  Bibliog.: p. 249-250.


Holmstrom, John, & Lerner, Laurence, ed.
  George Eliot and her readers; a selection
 of contemporary reviews. London, Bodley
 Head, 1966.
  190 p. 23 cm.  213-383


McKenzie, K A
  Edith Simcox and George Eiot. With an
 introd. by Gordon S. Haight. London,
 Oxford Univ. Press, 1961.
  xviii,146 p. 22 cm.  213-409


Noble, Thomas A
  George Eliot's scenes of clerical life.
 New Haven, Yale Univ. Press, 1965.
  xi,194 p. 23 cm.  213-425


Paris, Bernard J
  Experiments in life; George Eliot's quest
 for values. Detroit, Wayne State Univ. Press,
 1965.
  xii,281 p. 24 cm.  213-428
  Bibliog.: p. 262-268.


Speaight, Robert.
  George Eliot. London, A. Barker, 1954.
  128 p. 19 cm. (The English novelists)
  Bibliog.: p. 126.  213-569

Stang, Richard, ed.
  Discussions of George Eliot. Boston,
 D. C. Heath, c.1960.
  viii,104 p. 24 cm. (Discussions of-
 literature)  213-646


Stephen, Leslie.
  George Eliot. London, Macmillan, 1926.
  vi,213 p. 18 cm. (English men of letters)
  213-458


Stump, Reva.
  Movement and vision in George Eliot's
 novels. Seattle, Univ. of Washington Press.
 1959.
  xi,232 p. 23 cm.  217-507


Thale, Jerome.
  The novels of George Eliot. New York,
 Columbia Univ. Press, 1959.
  viii,175 p. 23 cm.  217-508


   Eliot, Thomas Stearns.


Eliot, Thomas Stearns.
  sh-Wednesday. [New ed.] London,
 Faber & Faber, 1933.
  25 p. 23 cm.  215-397


Eliot, Thomas Stearns.
  Murder in the cathedral. London, Faber,
 1935.
  87 p. 23 cm.  216-48A


Eliot, Thomas Stearns.
  The rock; a pageant play written for
 performance at Sadler's Wells Theatre
 28 May-9 June 1934 on behalf of the
 forty-five churches fund of the Diocese
 of London. London, Faber & Faber, 1934.
  86 p. 20 cm.  216-210


Eliot, Thomas Sterns.
  Selected essays, 1917-1932. London,
 Faber, 1922.
  454 p. 23 cm.  218-50A


Eliot, Thomas Stearns.
  The use of poetry and the use of
 criticism, studies in the relation of
 criticism to poetry in England.
 London, Faber and Faber, [1950]
  156 p. 23 cm.  210-36A


   Emerson, Ralph Waldo.


Emerson, Ralph Waldo.
  The complete essays and other writings
 of Ralph Waldo Emerson. Edited, with a
 bioglaphical introd, by Brooks Atkinson.
 Foreword by Tremaine McDowell. New York,
 Random House, 195O.
  xxv,930 p. 19 cm. (Modern library
 college editions, T14)  218-162


   Empson, William.


Empson, William.
  Poems. Kinuta-mura, Tokyo, Fox and
 Daffodil Press, 1934.
  16 p. 23 cm.  215-375
  Printed for private circulation.


   Evelyn, John.


Evelyn, John.
  The diary of John Evelyn. With an
 introd. & notes by Austin Dobson.
 London, Macmillan, 1908.
  xl,540 p. 20 cm. (The globe ed.)
  219-97


Hiscock, Walter George.
  John Evelyn and his family circle.
 London, Routledge & K. Paul, 1955.
  xii,256p. facs. 22 cm.  213-655
  Bibliog.: p. 241-246.


   Farquhar, George.


Farquhar, George.
  George Farquhar. Ed., with introd. and
 notes, by William Archer. London, E. Benn,
 1949.
  455 p. 19 cm.  216-199


   Ferrier, Susan Edmonstone.


[Ferrier, Susan Edmonstone]
  Destiny; or, The chief's daughter. By
 the author of "Marriage" & "Inheritance"
 London, Frederick Warne, [n. d.]
  189 p. 21 cm. (Notable novels)
  217-904


[Ferrier, Susan Edmonstone]
  The inheritance; a novel. By the author
 of 'Marriage' London, Frederick Warne,
 [n. d.]
  190 p. 22 cm. (Notable novels 12)
  217-903


   Fielding, Henry.


Fielding, Henry.
  The Shakespeare Head edition of Fielding's
 novels. Oxford, B. Blackwell, 1926.
   10 v. 20 cm.  214-67


Fielding, Henry.
  Amelia. Oxford, B. Blackwell, 1926.
  3 v. 20 cm. (The Shakespeare Head
 edition of Fielding's novels)  214-67(1)


Fielding, Henry.
  The history of the adventures of Joseph
 Andrews and his friend Mr. Abraham Adams.
 Written in imitation of the manner of
 Cervantes author of Don Quixote. Oxford,
 B. Blackwell, 1926.
  2 v. 2O cm. (The Shakespeare Head ed.
 of Fielding's novels)  214-67(2)


Fielding, Henry.
  The history of Tom Jones; a foundling.
 Oxford, B. Blackwell, 1926.
  4 v. 20 cm. (The Shakespeare Head ed.
 of Fielding's novels)  214-67(3)


Fielding, Henry.
  The life of Mr. Jonathan Wild the Great.
 Oxford, B. Blackwell, 1926.
  xiv,216 p. 20 cm. (The Shakespeare Head
 edition of Fielding's novels)  214-67(4)


Fielding, Henry.
  An apology for the life of Mrs. Shamela
 Andrews. Ed., with an introd. and notes,
 by Sheridan W. Baker, Jr. Berkley, Univ.
 of Calif. Press, 1953.
  xxxvi.,86 p. illus. 21 cm.  217-477


Fielding, Henry.
  Miscellaneous writings. Complete in two
 parts. With the author's preface, and an
 introd. by G. H. Maynadier. London, Gay
 and Bird, c.1903.
  2 v. illus. 21cm. (His works. Vol. 11
 12)  214-14A
  Contents: Pt. I. A journey from this world
 to the next, and A voyage to Lisbon.
 Pt. II. "The author's face," "The life and
 death of Tom Thumb the Great," "Pasquin,"
 "Essay on conversation," etc.


Banerji, Hiran Kumar.
  Henry Fielding: playwright, journalist and
 master of the art of fiction; his life and
 works. New York, Russell, 1962.
  vii,342 p. 23 cm.  213-302


Battestin, Martin C.
  The moral basis of Fielding's art; a
 study of Joseph Andrews. Middleton, Conn.,
 Wesleyan Univ. Press, c.1959.
  xii,195 p. 22 cm.  217-462


Blanchard, Frederic T.
  Fielding, the novelist; a study in
 historical criticism. New Haven, Yale Univ.
 Press, 1927.
  xiv,655 p. pl. 24 cm.  213-304


Digeon, Aurelien.
  The novels of Fielding. London, G.
 Routledge & sons, 1925.
  xv,255 p. port. 23 cm.  217-474


Dobson, Austin.
  Fielding. London, Macmillan, 1911.
  xii,218 p. 18 cm. (English men of
 letters )  213-423


Dudden, Frederick Homes.
  Henry Fielding; his life, works, and times.
 Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1952.
  2 v. (xii,1183 p.) port. 23 cm.  213-343
  Bibliog.: p. 1126-1155.


Godden, Gertrude A.
  Henry Fielding. A memoir, including
 newly discovered letters and records with
 illus. from contemporary prints. New York,
 Barse & Hopkins, 1910.
  xiii,325 p. pl., port. 23 cm.   213-356


Hutchens, Eleanor Newman.
  Irony in Tom Jones. University, Ala.,
 Univ. of Alabama Press, c.1965.
  190 p. 21 cm.  217-488


Jenkins, Elizabeth.
  Henry Fielding. London, Home & Van
 Thal, 1947.
  102 p. 19 cm.  213-424
  Bibliog.: p. 102.


Johnson, Maurice.
  Fielding's art of fiction; eleven essays on
 Shamela, Joseph Andrews, Tom Jones, and
 Amelia. Philadelphia, Univ. of Pennsylvania
 Press, c.1961.
  182 p. 22 cm.  217-489


Jones, Benjamin Maelor.
  Henry Fielding; novelist and magistrate.
 With foreword by the Hon. Mr. Justice Du
 Parcq. London, G. Allen, 1933.
  255 p. 20 cm.  213-391


Sacks, Sheldon.
  Fiction and the shape of belief; a study
 of Henry Fielding. With glances at Swift,
 Johnson and Richardson. Berkeley, Univ. of
 Calif. Press, 1964.
  viii,278 p. 24 cm.  213-447


Willcocks, Mary Patricia.
  A true-born Englishman; being the
 life of Henry Fielding. London,
 G. Allen & Unwin, 1947.
  288p. port. 22 cm.  213-410
  Bibliog.: p. 280.


Wright, Andrew.
  Henry Fielding; mask and feast. London,
 Chatto & Windus, 1965.
  213 p. 23 cm.  213-417


   Fletcher, John.


Fletcher, John.
  Beaumont & Fletcher, ed. by J. St. Loe
 Strachey. Unexpurgated ed. London,
 Vizetelly, 1887.
  2 v. port. 19 cm. (The mermaid ser.
 The best plays of the old dramatists)
  216-168


   Forster, Edward Morgan.


Forster, Edward Morgan.
  Works. Vol. 2-5. 7. London, E. Arnold,
  5 v. 17 cm.  214-97
  Contents: Vol. 2. A room with a view.
 1952. -3. Where angels fear to tread.
 1953. -4. The longest journey. 1955.
 -5. A passage to India. 1964. -7. Abinger
 harvest. 1953.


Crews, Frederick C.
  E. M. Forster; the perils of humanism.
 Princeton, The Univ. Press, 1962.
  187 p. 23 cm.  213-252A


McConkey, James.
  The novels of E. M. Forster. New York,
 Cornell Univ. Press, c.1957.
  x,160 p. 23 cm.  210-151
  Bibliog.: p. 161-163.


Oliver, Harold James.
  The art of E. M. Forster. Victoria,
 Melbourne Univ. Press on behalf of the
 Australian Humanities Research Concil,
 1960.
  vii,88 p. 23 cm.  213-535


Trilling, Lionel.
  E. M. Forster; a study by Lionel
 Trilling. London, The Hogarth Press,
 1951.
164 p. 20 cm.  213-602


   Franklin, Benjamin.


Franklin, Benjamin.
  The autobiography of Benjamin Franklin
 & selections from his other writings.
 With an introd. by Henry Steele Commager.
 New York, Random House, c.1950.
  xxi,264 p. 19 cm. (Modern library
 college editions )  213-657


   Frost, Robert.


Frost, Robert.
  The poems of Robert Frost. With an
 introductory essay "The constant symbol"
 by the author. New York, Random House,
 c.19h6.
  xxiv,445 p. 19 cm. (The modern
 library of the world's best books)
  215-396


   Galsworthy, John.


Galsworthy, John.
  Beyond. London, W. Heinemann, 1923.
  318 p. 18 cm.  217-579


Galsworthy, John.
  Caravan, the assembled tales, London,
 Heinemann, 1926.
  x,950 p. 19 cm.  217-870


Galsworthy, John.
  Castle in Spain and other screeds.
 Leipzig, B. Tauchnitz, 1928.
  224 p. 16 cm. (Collection of British
 authors, Tauchnitz edition, Vol.4837)
  218-102


Galsworthy, John.
  The country house. London,
 W. Heinemann, 1927.
  304 p. 18 cm. (The works of John
 Galsworthy, Grove ed., vol. 2)
  217-553


Galsworthy, John.
  The dark flower. London, W. Heinemann,
 1922.
  302 p. 18 cm.  217-643


Galsworthy, John.
  Flowering wilderness. London,
 Heinemann , 1932.
  280 p. 19 cm.  217-867


Galsworthy, John.
  The Forsyte saga. London, Heinemann,
 1922.
  xvi,1104 p. 20 cm.  217-869


Galsworthy, John.
  Fraternity. London, W. Heinemann,
 1928.
  viii,346 p. 18 cm.  217-578


Galsworthy, John.
  The inn of tranquillity. London,
 W. Heinemann, c.1912.
  278 p. 18 cm.  217-878


Galsworthy, John.
  Justice and other plays. Leipzig,
 B. Tauchnitz, [n. d.]
  287 p. 16 cm. (Collection of British
 authors, Taucbnitz ed., vol. 4362)
  216-197


Galsworthy, John.
  Maid in Waiting. New York, C. Scribner,
 1931.
  362 p. 20 cm.  217-745


Galsworthy, John.
  A modern comedy. London, Heinemann,
 1929.
  xvii,1088 p. genealogy table. 20 cm.
  217-865


Galsworthy, John.
  On Forsyte 'change. London, W. Heinemann,
 1930.
  292 p. 19 cm.  217-846


Galsworthy, John.
  Over the river. London, Heinemann,
 1933.
  322 p. 19 cm.  217-866


Galsworthy, John.
  The patrician. Leipzig, B. Tauchnitz,
 [19__?]
  326 p. 17 cm. (Collection ef British
 authors, Tauchnitz edition, Vol.4250)
  217-554


Galsworthy, John.
  The silverbox and other plays. Leipzig,
 A. Tauchnitz, 1912.
  227 p, 16 cm. (collection of British
 authors' Tauchnitz edition, Vol.4372)
  216-196


Galsworthy, John.
  The skin game; a tragi-comedy in three
 acts. London, Duckworth, 1920.
  116 p. 18 cm.  216-195


Galsworthy, John.
  Villa Rubein and other stories. London,
 Duckworth, 1911.
  vii,398 p. 20 cm,  217-555


Barkor, Dudley.
  The man of principle; a view of John
 Galsworthy. London, Heinemann, 1963.
  240 p. port. 23 cm.  213-303


Keye-Smith, Sheila.
  John Galsworthy. London, Nisbet, 1916.
  123p. port. 17 cm. (Writers of the
 day)  213-634
  Bibliog. : p. 115-119.


Marrot, Harold Vincent.
  The life and letters of John Galsworthy.
 London, W. Heinemann, 1935.
  xv,819 p. port. 23 cm.  213-88A


Sauter, Rudolf.
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 London, P. Owen, c.1967.
  167 p. port. 23 cm.  213-452


   Galt, John.


Galt, John.
  Works. Ed. by D. Storrar Meldrum. With
 introd. by S. R. Crockett. Edinburgh, W.
 Blackwood & sons, 1895-96.
  8 v. illus., port. 19 cm.  214-68
  Contents : -
   [Vol. 1-2] Annals of the parish and The
  Ayrshire Legatees. [Vol. 3-4] The entail;
  or, The lairds of Grippy. [Vol. 5-6] The
  provost and The last of the lairds.
  [Vol. 7-8] Sir Andrew Wylie of that ilk.


Aberdein, Jennie W.
  John Galt. London, Oxford Univ. Press,
 1936.
  xxiv,209 p. port. 23 cm.  213-299


   Garnett, David.


Garnett, David.
  Beany-eye. The grasshoppers come.
 Leipzig, B. Tauchnitz, c.1936.
  218 p. 18 cm. (Tauchnitz edition of
 British and American authors, vol. 5239)
  217-764


Garnett, David.
  No love. London, Chatto & Windus,
 1931.
  275 p. 18 cm. (The phoenix library)
  217-893


Garnett, David.
  Pocahontas; or, The nonparell of
 Virginia. London, Chatto & Windus,
 1933.
  vii,348 p. port. 22 cm.  217-659


Garnett, David.
  The sailor's return. London, Chatto &
 Windus, 1928.
  162 p. 18 cm. (The phoenix library)
  217-892


   Gaskell, Elizabeth Cleghorn.


Gaskell, Elizabeth Cleghorn.
  North and south. London, J. Lehmann,
 1951.
  viii,432 p. 19 cm. (The Chiltern
 library)  217-627


Ffrench, Yvonne.
  Mrs. Gaskell. London, Home & Van Thal,
 1949.
  110 p. 19 cm.  213-507


Haldane, Elizabeth.
  Mrs. Gaskell and her friends. New York,
 D. Appleton, 1931.
  viii,318 p. port. 23 cm.  213-367


Hopkins, Annette Brown.
  Elizabeth Gaskell; her life and work.
 London, J. Lehmann, 1952.
  383 p. port. 23 cm.  213-385


Pollard, Arthur.
  Mrs. Gaskell; novelist and biographer.
 Manchester, The Univ. Press, 1965.
  xii,268 p. port. 22 cm. 213-434


Whitfield, Archie Stanton.
  Mrs. Gaskell, her life and work.
 London, G. Routledge, 1929.
  vii,258p. port. 20 cm. 213-483
  Bibliog.: p. 237-253.


Wright, Edgar.
  Mrs. Gaskell; the basis for reassessment.
 Lonedon, Oxford Univ. Press, 1965.
  xiv,285 p. port. 23 cm.  213-489


   Gay, John.


Gay, John.
  The plays of John Gay. London, Chapman
 & Dodd [1923]
  2 v. 18 cm. (The Abbey classics)
  216-170


   Gibbon, Edward.


Gibbon, Edward.
  Autobiography of Edward Gibbon as
 originally edited by Lord Sheffield.
 With an introd. by J. B. Bury. London,
 Oxford Univ. Press, 1962.
  xxxi, 339 p. 16 cm.  213-578


   Gilbert, Sir William Schwenck.


Gilbert, Sir William Schwenck.
  The complete plays of Gilbert and
 Sullivan. New York, Randum House, [1936]
  711 p. 21 cm. (The modern library)
  216-224


   Gilpin, William.


Gilpin, William.
  Observations, relative chiefly to
 Picturesque beauty, made in the year 1772,
 on several parts of Englarld; particularl
 the mountains, and lakes of Cumberland,
 and Westmoreland. 2. ed. Vol. 1. London,
 Printed for R. Blamire, 1788.
  2 v. (xxxi,xiii,xvi,238 p.) pl. 19 cm.
  Photoreproduction.  219-68


Gilpin, William.
  Three essays; on picturesque beauty, on
 picturesque travel, and on sketching land-
 scape. With a poem, on landscape painting.
 To these are now added two essays,...
 3. ed. London. Printed for T. Cadell and
 W. Davies, 1808.
  xiv,143 p. 17 cm.  219-69
  Photoreproduction.


   Gissing, George.


Gissing, George Robert.
  Born in exile. London, T. Neslon,
 [n. d.]
  547 p. illus. l6 cm.  217-606


Gissing, George.
  The crown of life. London, Methuen,
 1927.
  348 p. 18 cm.  217-709


Gissing, George Robert.
  Demos. London, J. M. Dent. [n. d.]
  441 p. illus. l8 cm.  217-605


Gissing, George.
  New Grub Street; a novel. London,
 E. Nash & Grayson, 1927.
  xii,469 p. 21 cm.  217-682


Gissing, George.
  The odd women. London, Sidgwick &
 Jackson, 1915.
  viii,446 p. l9 cm.  217-680


Gissing, George.
  Thyrza; a tale. London, E. Nash &
 Grayson [1927]
  xii,490 p. 19 cm. (Nash's great
 novel library)  217-681


Gissing, George.
  The unclassed.London, E. Benn, 1930.
  299 p. 18 cm. (Benn's Essex library)
  217-683


Donnelly, Mabel Collins.
  George Gissing; grave comedian. Cam-
 bridge, Harvard Univ. Press, 1954.
  viii,245 p. 22 cm.  213-340


Korg, Jacob.
  George Gissing; a critical biography.
  Washington, The Univ. Press, 1963.
  311 p. 24 cm.  213-580


Roberts, Morley.
  The private life of Henry Maitland; a
 portrait of George Gissing, ed., with
 an introduction, by Morchard Bishop.
 London, Richards Press, 1958.
  253 p. port. 23 cm.  213-521


Swinnerton, Frank.
  George Gissing; a critical study.
 London, M. Secker, 1924.
  ix,200p. port. 20 cm.  213-522


Yates, May.
  George Gissing; an appreciation.
 Manchester, The Univ. Press, 1922.
 109 p. 19 cm. (Publications of the
 University of Manchester. English
 series, no. 12)  213-523


   Godwin, William.


Godwin, William.
  The adventures of Caleb Williams; or,
 Things as they are. With an introd. by
 Geroge Sherburn. New York, Rinehart,
 c.1960.
  xxx,378 p. illus. 19 cm. (Rinehart
 edition, no. 103)  217-905
  Bibliog.: p. xv-xiv.


Brailsford, Henry Noel.
  Shelley, Godwin, and their circle.
 London, Williams and Norgate, 1925.
  256 p. 17 cm. (The home university
 library of modern knowledge)  213-632


   Goldsmith, Oliver.


Goldsmith, Oliver.
  The complete poetical works. Oxford
 ed. Ed. with introd. and notes by
 Austin Dobson. London, H. Frowde,
 1911.
  xxxvi,278 p. pl., port. 19 cm.
  214-102A


Goldsmith, Oliver.
  The collected letters of Oliver
 Goldsmith. Ed. by Katharine C. Balderston.
 London, Cambridge Univ. Press, 1928.
  li,189 p. 21 cm.  219-93


Goldsmith, Oliver.
  The miscellaneous works. A new ed.,
 in six volumes. To which is prefixed
 some account of his life and writings.
 Vol. 1: The vicar of Wakefield. London,
 S. Richards, 1823.  214-119
  262p. 16cm.


Goldsmith, Oliver.
  The miscellaneous works of Oliver
 Goldsmith. With biographical introd. by
 Professor Masson. London, Macmillan, 1893.
  lx,595 p. illus. 21 cm.  217-876


Goldsmith, Oliver.
  The plays. Together with The vicar of
 Wakefield. Ed., with glossarial index
 and notes by C. E. Doble. With the
 assistance of G. Ostler. With 46
 illustrations. London, Oxford Univ.
 Press, 1928.
  viii,520 p. l9 cm.  216-22.
  Contents: The good-natur'd man, She
 stoops to conquer, Scene from 'the
 grumbler', The vicar of Wikefield.


Goldsmith, Oliver.
  Retaliation; a poem, containing epitaphs
 on David Garrick, Esq., Edmund Burke, Esq.,
 Dr. Cmberland, Sir Joshua Reynolds, Dr.
 Douglas, The Dean Derry. 8. ed. London,
 G. Kearsly, 1777.
  viii, 40 p. 27 cm.  2l5-389


Black, William.
  Goldsmith. London, Macmillan, 1918.
  vii,168p. 18 cm. (English men of
 letters. Pocket edition)  213-536


Dobson, Austin.
  Life and writings of Oliver Goldsmith.
 London, Walter Scott Pub. [1921]
  214,xxiii p. 18 cm. (Great writers)
  213-546


Emslie, MacDonald.
  Goldsmith: the vicar of Wakefield.
 London, E. Arnold, 1963.
  79 p. 19 cm. (Studies in English
 literature, no. 9)   217-A226
  Bibliog.: p. 79.


Freeman, William.
  Oliver Goldsmith. London, Jenkins,
 l95l.
  286 p. port. 23cm.  213-560
  Bibliog.: p. 277-278.


Gmynn, Stephen.
  Oliver Goldsmith. London, T.
 Butterworth, 1935.
  287 p. pl., port. 23cm.  213-559


Irving, Washington.
  Irving's Oliver Goldsmith; a biography.
 Ed. with introd., notes, and questions
 by Charles Robert Gaston. Boston, Ginn,
 c.1903.
  xxix,374 p. 18 cm.  213-712A


Wardle, Ralph Martin.
  Oliver Goldsmith. Lawrence, Univ.
 of Kansas Press, 1957.
  330p. illus. 24 cm.  213-558


   Granville-Barker, Harley.


Granville-Barker, Harley.
  Preface to Hamlet. New York, Hill
 and Wang, 1957.
  284 p. 19 cm. (A dramabook, D6)
  216-228


   Graves, Richard.


Graves, Richard, 1715-1804.
  The spiritual Quixote; or, The summer's
 ramble of Mr. Geoffry Wildgoose. A comic
 romance. With an introd. by Charles Whibley.
 London, P. Davies, 1926.
  2 v. in 1. port. 23 cm.  217-482


   Gray, Thomas.


Gray, Thomas.
  Poems of Thomas Gray. Ed. by Austin
 Lane Poole. London, Oxford Univ. Press,
 1917.
  192 p. 19 cm.  215-382
  Bound with: Poems of William Collins.


   Greene, Graham.


Greene, Graham.
  A burnt-out case. London, Heinemann,
 1961.
  256 p. 21 cm.  217-785


Greene, Graham.
  The end of the affair. London,
 W. Heinemann, 1951.
  237 p. 19 cm.  217-784


Greene, Graham.
  The heart of the matter. London,
 W. Heinemann, 1948.
  207 p. 19 cm.  217-784


Greene, Graham.
  The man within. London, W. Heinemann,
 1929.
  354 p. 20 cm.  217-789


Greene, Graham.
  The power and the glory. London,
 W. Heinemann, 1955.
  288 p. 18 cm.  217-788


Greene, Graham.
  Twenty-one stories. London, W.
 Heinemann, 1955.
  239 p. 18 cm.  217-786


Atkins, John.
  Graham Greene. London, J. Calder,
 c.1957.
  240 p. 23 cm.  213-626


Pryce-Jones, David.
  Graham Greene. Edingurgh, Oliver & Boyd,
 1963.
  119 p. 19 cm. (Writers and critics)
  Bib]iog.: p. 117-119.  213-508


   Greene, Robert.


Greene, Robert.
  Groats-vvorth of witte, bought with a
 million of repentance. The repentance of
 Robert Greene, 1592. London, Bodley Head,
 1923.
  2 v. in 1. pl. 19cm. (The Bodley
 Head quartos )  217-483


Greene, Robert.
  Menaphon, by Robert Greene, and A
 Margarite of Arnerica, by Thomas Lodge.
 Ed. by G. B. Harrison. Oxford, B.
 Blackwell, 1927.
  xii,234 p. 20 cm.  217-484


   Hardy, Thomas.


Hardy, Thomas.
  [Works] Vol. 1-16, 18-19, 25-26.
 London, Macmillan, 1909-1950.
  20 v. 18 cm. (The Wessex novels)
  214-94
  Contents: Vol. 1. Tess of the D'Urbervilles;
 a pure woman. 1926. -2. Far from the madding
 crowd. 1909. -3. The life and death of the
 Mayor of Casterbridge; a story of a man of
 character. 1926. -4. The return of the native.
 1929. -5. Jude the obscure. 1928. -6. A
 pair of blue eyes. 1926. -7. Two on a tower.
 1923. -8. The woodlanders. 1926. -9. The
 trumpet-major John Loveday; a soldier in the
 war with Buonaparte, and Robert his brother,
 first mate in the merchant service. 1923.
 -10. The hand of Ethelberta; a comedy in
 chapters. 1923. -11. A laodecean; a story
 of to-day. 1923. -12. Desperate remedies:
 a novel. 1924. -13. Wessex tales. 1926.
 -14. Life's little ironies; a set of tales
 with some colloquial sketches. entitled A
 few crusted characters. 1925. -15. A group
 of noble dames. 1922. -16. under the
 greenwood tree; or, The mellstock quire, a
 rural painting of the Dutch school. 1950.
 -18. A changed man; the waiting supper, and
 other tales. Concluding with the romantic
 adventures of a milkmaid. 1927. -19.
 Wessex poems and other verses. Poems of the
 past and present. 1921. -25. The dynasts;
 an epic-drama of the war with Napoleon,
 parts 1 and 2. 1928. -26. The dynasts; an
 epic-drama of the war with Napoleon, part 3.,
 and The famous tragedy of the Queen of Cornwall.
 1929.


Hardy, Thomas.
  A changed man, The waiting supper, and
 other tales concluding with The romantic
 adventures of a milkmaid. London, Mac-
 millan, 1913.
  vii,413 p. pl. 20 cm. (The Wessex
 novels, vol. 18)  217-21B


Hardy, Thomas.
  Thomas Hardy's notebooks and some letters
 from Julia Augusta Martin, ed. with notes
 by Evelyn Hardy. London, Hogarth Press,
 1955.
  135 p. illus. 21 cm.  219-26A


Hardy, Thomas.
  The well-beloved; or, A sketch of a
 temperament. London, Macmillan, 1903.
  ix,338 p. map. 20 cm. (The Wessex
 novels, vol. 17)  217-569


Abercrombie, Lascelles.
  Thomas Hardy; a critical study. London,
 M. Secker, 1924.
  195 p. 20 cm.  213-298


Blunden, Edmund.
  Thomas Hardy. London, Macmillan, 1951.
 ix,286 p. 18 cm.  213-152A


Brown, Douglas.
  Thomas Hardy: London, Longmans, 1954.
  x,196 p. 19 cm. (Men and books)
  213-673


Brown, Douglas.
  Thomas Hardy: The mayor of Casterbridge.
 London, E. Arnold, 1962.
  64 p. 19 cm. (Studies in English
 literature, no. 7)  217-877


Cecil, David.
  Hardy the novelist; en essay in criti-
 cism. The Clark Lectures given at
 Cambridge in 1942. London, Constable,
 1950.
  157 p. 19 cm.  213-671


Guerard, Albert J
  Thomas Hardy; the novels and stories.
 London, Oxford Unjv. Press, 1949.
  xii,177 p. 23 cm.  213-364


Hardy, Evelyn.
  Thomas Hardy; a critical biography.
 London, Hogarth Press, 1954.
  ix,342 p. pl., port. 23 cm.  213-373


Hardy, Florence Emily.
  The life of Thomas Hardy. 1840-1928.
 London, Macmillan, 1962.
  xiii,47O p. facs., pl., port. 22 cm.
  213-579


Hawkins, Desmond.
  Thomas Hardy. London, A. Barker, 1950.
 112 p. 19 cm. (The English novelists)
  213-672


   Hawthorne, Nathaniel.


Hawthorne, Nathaniel.
  Mosses from an old manse. New York,
 A. L. Burt, [1892]
  398 p. 19 cm.  217-820


James, Henry.
  Hawthorne. London, Macmillan, 1909.
  vi,191 p. 18 cm. (Englishmen of
 letters)  213-604


Stewart, Randall.
  Nathaniel Hawthorne; a biography.
 New Haven, Yale Univ. Press, 1949.
  279 p. 25 cm.  213-462


   Hazlitt, William.


Howe, Percival Presland.
  The life of William Hazlitt.
 London, M. Secker, 1928.
  ix,483p. port. 21 cm.  213-244


   Herbert, George.


Herbert, George.
  The Temple; sacred poems and private
 ejaculations. London, G. Bell, 1888.
  ix,214 p. port. 17 cm. (Chiswick
 series )  215-417


   Herrick, Robert.


Herrick, Robert.
  The poetical works of Robert Herrick.
 Edited by F. W. Moorman, with a prefatory
 note by Percy Simpson. London, Oxford Univ.
 Press, 1921.
  446p. pl. 19 cm.  215-424


   Hewlett, Maurice Henry.


Hewlett, Maurice.
  The forest lovers; a romance. London,
 Macmillan, 1912.
  301 p. illus. 17 cm.  217-703


   Holmes, Oliver Wendell.


Holmes, Oliver Wendell.
  The autocrat of the breakfast-table.
 New York, F. M. Lupton, [n. d.]
  326 p. 19 cm.  217-818
  Reprint from the Atlantic Monthly,
 Nov., 1857 - Oct., 1858.


   Hood, Thomas.


Hood, Thomas.
  The complete poetical works of Thomas
 Hood. Ed. with notes by Walter Jerrold.
 London, Oxford Univ. Press, 1935.
  xv,773 p. port. 19 cm.  215-370


   Howard, Edward.


Howard, Edward.
  Rattlin the reefer. Ed. by Captain
 Marryat. London, J. M. Dent, 1930.
  xviii,377 p. 18 cm. (Everyman's
 library)  217-815


   Hudson, William Henry.


Hudson, William Henry.
  Birds in a village. London, J. M. Dent
 & Sons, 1923.
  176 p. 16 cm. (The Kings treasuries
 of literature)  218-159


Hudson, William Henry.
  A crystal age. London, Duckworth,
 1919.
  316 p. 19 cm. (The reader's library)
  217-759


Hudson, William Henry.
  El Ombu. London, Duckworth, 1920.
  182 p. 20 cm.  217-757


Hudson, William Henry.
  Far away and long ago. London, J. M.
 Dent and sons, 1947.
  308 p. 18 cm. (Literature of yester-
 day and to-day)  217-756


Hudson, William Henry.
  Green mansions; a romance of the
 tropical forest. London, Duckworth,
 1927.
  315 p. 19 cm. (The reader's library)
  217-758


Hudson, William Henry.
  The purple land. New York, Modern
 Library, 1927.
  xvi,389 p. 17 cm. (The modern
 library)  217-830


Hamilton, Robert.
  W. E. Hudson; the vision of earth. London,
 J. M. Dent & sons, 1946.
  xi,147 p. port. 22 cm.  213-177A


Tomalin, Ruth.
  W. H. Hudson. London, H. F. & G. Witherby,
 1954.
  143 p. port. 21 cm.  213-475


   Hughes, Thomas.


Hughes, Thomas.
  Tom Brown at Oxford; a sequel to
 school days at Rugby. New York, Grosset
 & Dunlap [18--?]
  549 p. 20 cm.  217-770


Mack, Edward Clarence, & Armtage, W. H. G.
  Thomas Hughes; the life of the author
 of Tom Brown's schooldays. London, E.
 Benn, 1952.
  302 p. pl., port. 22 cm.  213-584


   Hutchinson Arthur Stuart Menteth.


Hutchinson, Arthur Stuart Menteth.
  If winter comes. London, Hodder &
 Stoughton, 1921.
  318 p. 19 cm.  217-617


   Huxley, Aldous Leonard.


Huxley, Aldous.
  After many a summer. London,
 The Vanguard Library, 1953.
  245 p. 18 cm. (The Vanguard library,
 no. 16)  217-808


Huxley, Aldous Leonard.
  Antic hay. London, Chatto & Windus,
 1928.
  328 p. 18 cm. (The phoenix library)
  217-840


Huxley, Aldous.
  Brave new world. London, Chatto &
 Windus, 1932.
  306 p. 2O cm.  217-812


Huxley, Aldous.
  Point counter point. Leipzig,
 B. Tauchnitz, 1929.
  2 v. 16 cm. (collection of British
 authors, Tauchnitz ed. , vo1. 4872-3)
  217-809


Huxley, Aldous.
  Time must have a stop. London.
 Chatto & Windus, 1953.
  305 p. 19 cm.  217-810


Huxley, Aldous.
  Two or three graces and other stories.
 London, Chatto & Windus, 1929.
  271 p. 18 cm. (The phoenix library)
  217-811


Atkins, John.
  Aldous Huxley; a literary study by
 John Atkins. London, J. Calder, 1956.
  224 p. 23 cm.  213-549


   Irving, Washington.


Irving, Washington.
  The sketch book. With an introd. by
 Talcott Williamson. New York, Macmillan,
 1929.
  xxxiv,463 p. illus. 19 cm. (The
 modern readers' series )  218-166


   Jacob, William Wymark.


Jacobs , William Wymark.
  At Sunwich Port. London, G. Newnes
 [n. d.]
  176 p. 22 cm. (Newnes' sixpenny
 famous novels no. 85)  217-699


Jacobs, William Wymark.
  A master of craft. Leipzig, B.
 Tauchnitz, 19O1.
  288 p. 17 cm. (Tauchnitz edition.
 Collection of British authors, vol.
 3474)  217-700

   James, Henry


James, Henry.
  The ambassadors. London, J. M. Dent,
 1948.
  xiv,370 p. 18 cm. (Everyman's
 library, no. 987)  217-227A


James, Henry.
  The aspern papers, [and] The Europeans,
 Norfolk, Conn., New Directions, c.1950.
  xxi,362 p. 18 cm.  217-796


James, Henry.
  The awkward age. London, H. Hamilton,
 1948.
 xxix,449 p. 18 cm. (The novel library)
  217-798


James, Henry.
  The golden bowl. New York, Grove Press,
 1905.
  548 p. 20 cm.  217-802


James, Henry.
  The portraid of a lady. New York,
 Random House, c.1951.
  xxxvii,437 p. 19 cm. (Modern library
 college ed. )  217-799


James, Henry.
  Roderick Hudson. London, J. Lehmann,
 1947.
  xix,334 p. 19 cm. (The Chiltern
 library )  217-795


James, Henry.
  The short stories of Henry James. Ed.
 by Clifton Faidman. New York, Random
 House, c.1945.
  xx,644 p. 21 cm. (The modern
 library. )  217-710


James, Henry.
  The turn of the screw. London,
 M. Secker, 1926.
  179 p. 20 cm. (The new Adelphi library,
 vol. 17)  217-797


James, Henry.
  Washington square. New York, Random
 House, c.195O.
  xii,291 p. 19 cm. (The modern library)
  217-800


James, Henry.
  The wings of the dove. New York,
 Random House, c.1937.
  xxx,439 p. 19 cm. (The modern library)
  217-80l


Bowden, Edwin T
  The themes of Henry James; a system of
 observation through the visual arts.
 New Haven, Yale Univ. Press, 1956.
  xiii,117 p. 24 cm. (Yale studies in
 English, vol. 132)  212-27


Dupee, Frederick Wilcox.
  Henry James; his life and writings.
 New York, Doubleday, 1956.
  vii,265 p. 18 cm. (Doubleday
 anchor books)  213-230


Matthiessen, Francis Otto.
  Henry James; the major phase.
 Lobdon, Oxford Univ. Press, 1946.
  xvi,190p. port. 20 cm.  217-A228


Smith, Janet Adam, ed.
  Henry James and Robert Louis Stevenson;
 a record of friendship and criticism.
 London, R. Hart-Davis, 1948.
  284 p. illus. 21 cm.  218-139


Swan, Michael.
  Henry James. London, A. Barker,
 1952.
  95 p. 19 cm.  213-360


   Jerrold, Douglas.


Jerrold, Douglas.
  The works of Douglas Jerrold, Vol. 1-3.
 London, Bradbury, Evans, 1863-64.
  3 v. illus. 20 cm.  2l4-89
  Lack: Vol.4.
  Contents: vol. 1. St. Giles and St. James,
 and punch's letters to his son. -2. The
 story of a feather, and Cakes and ale.
 -3. Mrs. Caudle's curtain lectures, men of
 character, and punch's complete letter
 writer.


   Johnson, Samuel.


Johnson, Samuel.
  The history of Rasselas, Prince of
 Abissinia; a tale. Ed. by R. W. Chapman.
 Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1927.
  xxi,221 p. 20 cm.  217-490


Johnson, Samlel.
  History of Rasselas, prince of Abyssinia.
 Ed., with introd. and notes by George
 Birkbeck Hill, Oxford, Clarendon, 1923.
  203 p. 18 cm.  217-895


Johnson, Samuel.
  A journey to the western islands of
 Scotland. With a foreword by D. L.
 Murray. London, J. Cape, 1931.
  256 p. map. 18 cm. (The travellers'
 library)  219-110


Johnson, Samuel.
  Johnson on Shakespeare, essays and
 notes. Selected and introduction by
 Walter Raleigh. London, Oxford Univ.
 Press, 1925.
  xxxi,208 p. 18 cm.  218-128


Johnson, Samuel.
  Prose and poetry. 2. ed. Selected by
 Mona Wilson. London, Hart-Davis, 1957.
  961 p. 21 cm.  218-153


Johnson, Samuel.
  Selections from Dr. Johnson's 'Rambler'
 Ed., with preface and notes by W. Hale White.
 Oxford, Clarendon, 1907.
  xxxi,136 p. illus., port. 18 cm.
  218-161


Bailey, John.
  Dr. Johnson and his circle. London,
 T. Butterworth, 1931.
  256 p. 17 cm. (The home university
 librav of modern knowledge)  213-636


Boswell, James.
  Boswell's life of Johnson. London,
 Oxford Univ. Press, 1933.
  2 v, port. 19 cm.  213-645


Bronson, Bertrand Harris.
  Johnson agonistes and other essays.
 Berkeley, Univ. of California Press, 1965.
  176 p. 21 cm.  213-633
  Contents: Johnson agonistes, Boswell's
 Boswell, Johnson's "Irene", The double
 tradition of Dr. Johnson.


Clifford, James Lowry.
  Young Samuel Johnson. London, Mercury
 Books, 1962.
  xv,367 p. pl., port. 22 cm.  213-635


Davis, Bertram Hylton.
  Johnson before Boswell; a study of Sir
 John Hawkins' Life of Samuel Johnson.
 New Haven, Yale Univ. Press, 1960.
  xi,222 p. 23 cm.  213-551
  Bibliog. : p. 198-206.


Greene. Donald Johnson.
  The politics of Samuel Johnson.
 New Haven, Yale Univ. Press, 1960.
  xix,354 p. 23 cm.  213-550


Joyce, Michael.
  Samuel Johnson. London, Longmans, 1955.
  xii,171 p. 19 cm. (Men and books)
  213-610


Krutch, Joseph Wood.
  Samuel Johnson. New York, Henry Holt,
 c.1944.
  xiv,599 p. illus., port. 22 cm.
  213-548


Stephen, Leslie.
  Samuel Johnson. London, Macmillan, 1925.
  200 p. 18 cm. (English men of letters)
  213-650


Wimsatt, William Kurtz, jr.
  The prose style of Samuel Johnson.
 New Haven, Yale Univ. Press, 1963.
  ix,166 p. 21 cm.  210-90


   Joyce, James.


Joyce, James.
  Chamber music. London, J. Cape, 1953.
  40 p. 2O cm.  215-427


Joyce, James.
  The critical writings of James Joyce.
 Ed. by Ellsworth Mason arid Richard Ellmann.
 London, Faber, c.1959.
  288 p. 23 cm.  218-91


Joyce, James.
  Dubliners. Hamburg, Albatross, 1932.
  255 p. 18 cm. (The Albatross modern
 continental library, vol. 1)  217-370A


Joyce, James.
  Exiles; a play in three acts. With
 the author's own notes and an introd. by
 Padraic Colum. London, J. Cape, 1952.
  175 p. 21 cm.  216-233


Joyce, James.
  Finnegans wake. London, Faber, 1939.
  628 p. 23 cm.  217-491


Joyce, James.
  Letters of James Joyce. Ed. by Stuart
 Gilbert. London, Faber, 1957.
  437 p. port. 25 cm.  219-25A


Joyce, James.
  A portrait of the artist as a young man.
 Introd. by Herbert Gorman. New York,
 Modern Library, c.1928.
  xii,299 p. 17 cm. (The Modern Library
 of the world's best books)  217-423A


Joyce, James.
  A portrait of the artist as a young man.
 With six drawings by Robin Jacques.
 London, J. Cape, 1958.
  257 p. illus. 20 cm.  217-423B


Joyce, James.
  Stephen hero; part of the first draft of
 "A portraite of the artist as a young man".
 Ed. with an introd. by Tbeodore Spencer.
 London, J. Cape, 1950.
  210 p. 20 cm.  217-918


Joyce, James.
  Ulysses. New York, Random House,
 c.1946.
  xvii,767 p. 21 cm. (The modern
 library )  217-894


Joyce, James.
  Ulysses. Paris, Shakespeare and Co.,
 193O.
  735 p. 21 cm.  217-492


Budgen, Frank.
  James Joyce and the making of Ulysses.
 With a portrait of James Joyce and four
 drawings to Ulysses. Bloomington,
 Indiana Univ. Press, 1960.
  xviii,339 p. illus. 20 cm.  213-526


Campbell, Joseph, & Robinson, Henry Morton.
  A skeleton key to Finnegans wake.
 London, Faber and Faber, [1944]
  297 p. 23 cm.  217-907


Colum, Mary, & Colum, Padraic.
  Our friend James Joyce. New York,
  Doubleday, 1958.
  239 p. 22 cm.  213-524


Ellmann, Richard.
  James Joyce. New York, Oxford Univ.
 Press, 1959.
  xvi,842 p. port. 24 cm.  213-652.


Gilbert, Stuart.
  James Joyce's Ulysses. New York,
 Vintage Books, 1955.
  ix,405, xxv p. 19 cm.  217-677


Glasheen, Adaline.
  A census of Finnegans Wake; an index of
 the characters and their roles. London,
 Faber, 1956.
  xxx,146 p. 23 cm.  212-109


Goldberg, Samuel Louis.
  The classical temper; a study of James
 Joyce's Ulysses. London, Chatto and
 Windus, 1961.
  340 p. 22 cm.  217-685


Gorman, Herbert.
  James Joyce. New York, Rinehart,
 c.1948.
  viii,358 p. illus. 22 cm.  213-622


Joyce, Stanislaus.
  My brother's keeper; James Joyce's
 early years. New York, Viking Press,
 1958.
  xxii, 266p. port. 22 cm.  213-675


Kenner, Hugh.
  Dublin's Joyce. London, Chatto & Windus,
 1955.
  xi, 370 p. illus. 22 cm.

Levin, Harry.
  James Joyce; a critical introduction.
 London, Faber and Faber [1944]
 168 p. 2l cm.  213-527


Litz, A. Walton.
  The art of James Joyce; method and
 design in Ulysses and Finnegans wake.
 London, Oxford Univ. Press, 1961.
  xi,152p. facs. 23cm.   213-528


Loehrich, Rolf.
  The secret of Ulysses; an analysis of
 James Joyce's Ulysses. London, P. Owen,
 1955.
  viii,200 p. 24 cm.  212-100


Magalaner, Marvin, & Kain, Richard Morgan.
  Joyce; the man, the work, the reputation.
 New York, Collier Books, 1962.
  383 p. 18 cm.  213-525


Noon, William T.
  Joyce and Aquinas. New Haven, Yale Univ.
 Press, 1957.
  xii,167 p. 24 cm. (Yale studies in
 English, vol. 133)  210-150


Ryf, Robert S.
  A new approach to Joyce; the portrait
 of the artist as a guidbook. Berkeley,
 Univ. of California Press, 1962.
  211 p. 22 cm. (Perspectives in
 criticism, 8)  213-623


Schutte, William M.
  Joyce and Shakespeare; a study in the
 meaning of Ulysses. New Haven, Yale
 Univ. press, 1957.
  xiv,197 p. 25 cm. (Yale studies in
 English, vol.134)  210-149


Strong, Leonard Alfred George.
  The sacred river; an approach to James
 Joyce. London, Methuen, 1949.
  161 p. 23 cm.  213-529


Tindall, William York.
  James Joyce; his way of interpreting
 the modern world. New York, C. Scribner's
 Sons, 195O.
  ix,134 p. 21 cm. (Twentieth century
 library)  213-99A


   Kaye-Smith, Sheila.


Keye-Smith, Sheila.
  The end of the house of Alard. London,
 Cassell, 1925.
  v,355 p. 19 cm.  217-614


Kaye-Smith, Sheila.
  Faithful stranger and other stories.
 Leipzig, B. Tauchnitz, c.1939.
  255 p. 18 cm. (Tauchnitz editicon of
 British and American authors, vol. 5349)
  217-615


Kaye-Smith, Sheila.
  The George and the crown. London,
 Cassell, 1926.
  343 p. 19 cm.  217-613


Kaye-Smith, Sheila.
  The history of Susan Spray; the female
 preacher. London, Cassell, 1931.
  vii,375 p. 20 cm.  217-616


Kaye-Smith, Sheila.
  Joanna Gedden. London, Cassell, 1924.
  vii,343 p. l9 cm.  217-612

Kaye-Smith, Sheila.
  Shepherds in sackclcoth. London, Cassell,
 1930.
  317 p. 20 cm.  217-619


Kaye-Smith, Sheila.
  Three ways home; an experiment in
 autobiography. New York, Harper, 1937.
  vi,258 p. 22 cm.  213-474


Kaye-Smith, Sheila.
  The village doctor. Leipzig, B.
 Tauchnitz, 1929.
  286 p. 17 cm. (Collection of British
 authors, Tauchnitz ed., vol. 4892)
  217-618


   Keats, John.


Keats, John.
  The complete works. Ed. by H. Buxton
 Forman. Glasgow, Gowans & Gray, 1900.
  5 v. 23 cm.  214-69


Keats, John.
  Keats; poetry & prose. With essays by
 Charles Lamb, Leigh Hunt, Robert Bridges
 & others. With an introd. and notes
 by Henry Ellershaw. Oxford, Clarendon,
 1922.
xvi,204 p. port. 19 cm.  215-416


Keats, John.
  The life & letters of John Keats, by
 Lord Houghton. London, J. M. Dent & Sons
 [193-?]
  xvi,231 p. 18 cm. (Everyman's library,
 no. 801)  219-109


Colvin, Sidney.
  Keats. London, Macmillan, 1921.
  ix,240 p. 19 cm. (English men of
 letters)  213-654


Gittings, Robert.
  The mask of Keats; a study of problems.
 London, W. Heinemann, 1956.
  x,177p. facs., pl., port. 23cm.
  213-137A


Murry, John Middleton.
  Keats and Shakespeare; a study of Keats'
 poetic life from 1816 to 1820. London,
 Oxford Univ. Press, 1951.
  248 p. port. 23 cm.  213-220A


Ward, Aileen.
  John Keats; the making of a poet. London,
 Secker & Warburg, 1963.
  xii, 450 p. port. 24 cm.  213-481


Wolff, Lucien.
  Keats. Paris, H. Didier [19--]
  viii,330 p. 19 cm. (Les grands ecrivains
 etrangers)  213-487


   Kingsley, Charles.


Kingsley, Charles.
  Alton Locke, tailor and poet; an auto-
 biography. London, Macmillan, 1911.
  lxxxiv, 307 p. 19 cm.  217-602


Kingsley, Charles.
  Charles Kingsley; his letters and memories
 of his life. Ed. by his wife. London,
 Macmillan, 1901.
  2 v. port. 20 cm.  213-395


Kingsley, Charles.
  Hereward the wake. London, Blackie,
 [n. d.]
  363 p. illus. 19 cm.   217-597


Kingsley, Charles.
  Hypatia: or, New foes with an old face.
 London, Macmillan, 1927.
  xvi,345 p. 19 cm.  217-600


Kingsley, Charles.
  Madam How and Lady Why; or, First lessons
 in earth lore for children. London,
 Macmillan, 1925.
  xiii, 270 p. 19 cm.  217-601


Kingsley, Charles.
  Two years ago. London, Macmillan, 1911.
  vi,469 p. 19 cm.  217-598


Kingsley, Charles.
  The water-babies. London, Blackie,
 [1863]
  224 p. illus. 19cm.  217-596


Kingsley, Charles.
  Westward ho! ; or, The voyages and
 adventures of Sir Amyas Leigh, Knight, of
 Burrough, in the county of Devon, in the
 reign of her most glorious Majesty Queen
 Elizabeth. London, Macmillan, 1931.
  591 p. port. 19 cm.  217-599


Kingsley, Charles.
  Yeast. London, Collins' Clear-Type
 Press, [n. d.]
  354 p. illus. 16 cm.  217-607


Kendall, Guy.
  Charles Kingsley and his ideas. London,
 Hutchinson [1947]
  19O p. port. 24 cm.  213-394


Martin, Robert Bernard.
  The dust of combat; a life of Charles
 Kingsley. London, Faber, c.1959.
  308 p. port. 23 cm.  213-415


Pope-Hennessy, Dame Una (Birch)
  Canon Charles Kingsley; a biography. New
 York, Macmillan, 1949.
  294 p. port. 22 cm.  213-435


   Kingsley, Henry.


Kingsley, Henry.
  Austin Elliot. New York, C. Scribner's
 1894.
  331 p. 18 cm.  217-636


Kingsley, Henry.
  Geoffry Hamlyn. London, Ward, Lock,
 1911.
  xxiv,468 p. 18 cm.  217-850


   Kipling, Rudyard Joseph.


Kipling, Rudyard Joseph.
  American notes. London, Standard Book,
 193O.
  239 p. 20 cm.  219-90


Kipling, Rudyard Joseph.
  Barrack room ballads, Departmental
 ditties and Ballads. London, Standard
 Book, 1930.
  iv,239 p. 20 cm.  215-377


Kipling, Rudyard Joseph.
  The courting of Dinah Shadd and other
 stories and poems. London, Standard Book,
 1930.
  xx,230 p. 20 cm.  217-649


Kipling, Rudyard.
  The day's work. London, Macmillan,
 1951.
  406 p. 18 cm. (School edition)
  217-881


Kipling, Rudyard Joseph.
  In black and white and under the Deodars.
 London, Standard Book, 1930.
  iii,244 p. 20 cm.  217-653


Kipling, Rudyard.
  The Jungle book. London, Macmillan,
 1913.
  vi,275 p. 18 cm. (Macmillan's pocket
 Kipling)  217-889


Kipling, Rudyard.
  Just so stories for little children.
 London , Macmillan, 1922.
  218 p. illus. 18 cm.  (Macmillan's
 pocket Kipling)  217-886


Kipling, Rudyard.
  Kim. Leipzig, B. Tauchnitz, 1901.
  366 p. 16 cm. (Collection of British
 authours, vol. 3527)  217-890


Kipling, Rudyard Joseph.
  The light that failed. London,
 Standard Book, 1930.
  24l p. 20 cm.  217-648


Kipling, Rudyard Joseph.
  The phantom' Rickshaw and other stories.
 London, Standard Book, 1930.
 v,240 p. 20 cm.  217-651


Kipling, Rudyard.
  Plain tales from the hills. London,
 Macmillan, 1928.
  x,336 p. port. 18 cm. (Macmillan's
 pocket Kipling)  217-885


Kipling, Rudyard.
  Puck of Pook's hill. London, Macmillan,
 1951.
  x,306 p. illus. 18 cm. (Macmillan's
 pocket Kipling )  217-884


Kipling, Rudyard.
  The second jungle book. London,
 Macmillan, 1924.
  299 p. 18 cm. (Macmillan's pocket
 Kipling)  217-888


Kipling, Rudyard Joseph.
  Soldiers three and other stories.
 London, Standard Book, 1930.
  iii,244 p. 20 cm.  217-654


Kipling, Rudyard Joseph.
  The story of the Gadsbys and other
 stories. London, Standard Book, 1930.
  iii,241 p. 20 cm.  217-652


Kipling, Rudyard.
  Wee Willie Winkie and other stories.
 London, Macmillan, 1923.
  372 p. 18 cm. (Macmillan's pocket
 Kipling)   217-887


Kipling, Rudyard Joseph.
  Wee Willie Winkie and other stories.
 London, Standard Book, 1930.
  iii,244 p. 20 cm.  217-650


Bodelsen, Carl Adolf Gottlieb.
  Aspects of Kipling's art. Manchester,
 The Univ. Press, 1964.
  x,169 p. 21 cm.  213-306


Carrington, Charles.
  Rudyard Kipling; his life and work.
 London, Macmillan, 1955.
  xxii,549 p. port,. 23 cm.  213-320


Croft-Cooke, Rupert.
  Rudyard Kipling. London, Home & Van
 Thal, 1948.
  107 p. 19 cm. (English novelists)
  213-512


   Lamb, Charles.


Lamb, Charles, & Lamb, Mary.
  The works of Charles and Mary Lamb. Ed.
 by Thomas Hutchinson. London, Oxford Univ.
 Press, 1924.
  xii,857 p. port. 19 cm.  217-746


Lamb, Charles.
  The works of Charles Lamb. Ed. by
 Thomas Hutchinson. London, Oxford Univ.
 Press, 1924.
  xlvii,863p. port. 19 cm.  218-129
  Bibliog.: p. xvii-xxxix.


Lamb, Charles.
  Essays of Elia. Ed. with introd. and
 notes by N. L. Hallward, and S. C. Hill.
 London, Macmillan, 1923-25.
  2 v. 18 cm.  218-149
  Ser. 1, 1925. Ser. 2, 1923.


Lamb, Charles.
  The letters of Charles Lamb. Newly
 arranged, with additions. Edited, with
 introd. and notes, by Alfred Ainger.
 London, Macmillan, 1888.
  2 v. port. 19 cm.  219-72


Barnett, George L
  Charles Lamb: the evolution of Elia.
 Bloomington, Indiana Univ. Press, 1964.
  xi,286 p. port. 23 cm.  218-108
  Bibliog.: p. 270-271.


Morpurgo, J. E., ed.
  Charles Lamb and Elia. Harmondsworth,
 Penguin Books, 1948.
  281 p. 18 cm. (Penguin books, 677)
  213-607


   Landor, Walter Savage.


Landor, Walter Savage.
  Imaginary conversations. London,
 Routledge, [c.1876]
  2 v. 16 cm. (The new universal library:
 The works of Walter Savage Landor)
  219-103
  Contents: -Vol. 1. Classical dialogues.
 -Vol. 2. Dialogues of sovereigns and
 statesmen.


   Lawrence, David Herbert.


Lawrence, David Herbert.
  Aaron's rod. London, Heinemann, 1922.
  312 p. 18 cm.  217-834


Lawrence, David Herbert.
  Fantasia of the unconscious and
 Psychoanalysis and the unconscious.
 London, Heinemann, 1961.
  249 p. 19 cm. (The phoenix ed.)
  218-131


Lawrence, David Herbert.
  Lady Chatterley's lover. Tokyo,
 Keimeisha, 1955.
  395 p. 18 cm.  217-833


Lawrence, David Herbert.
  The ladybird. London, M. Secker, 1923.
  255 p. 18 cm.  217-832
  Contents:- The ladybird, The fox, and
 The Captain's doll.


Lawrence, David Herbert.
  The man who died. London, Heinemann,
 1931.
  xv,156 p. 18 cm.  217-838


Lawrence, David Herbert.
  The rainbow. London, M. Secker, 1929.
  467 p. 18 cm.  217-836


Lawrence, David Herbert.
  Sons and lovers. Leipzig, B. Tauchnitz,
 [n. d.]
  511 p. 17 cm. (Collection of British
 and American authors, vol. 4879)  217-837


Lawence, David Herbert.
  The virgin and the gipsy.
 London, M. Secker, 1930.
  191 p. 20 cm.  217-140


Lawrence, David Herbert.
  Women in love. London, M. Secker, 1921.
  508 p. 18 cm.  217-835


Aldington, Richard.
  Portrait of a genius, but...(The life
 of D. H. Lawrence, 1885-1930) London,
 Heinemann, 1950.
  vi,367p. illus. port. 22 cm.  213-644


Freeman, Mary.
  D. H. Lawrence; a basic study of his
 ideas. New York, Grosset & Dunlap, c.1955.
  vi,277 p. 21 cm. (The universal library)
  213-609


Jarrett-Kerr, Martin.
  D. H. Lawrence and human existence.
 Foreword by T. S. Eliot. London, SCM Press,
 l961
  157 p. 19 cm.  213-608


Lawrence, Frieda.
  The memoirs and correspondence. Ed. by
 E. W. Tedlock. London, Heinemann, c.1961.
  xvii,437 p. 22 cm.  218-130


Leavis, Frank Raymond.
  D. H. Lawrence; novelist. London,
 Chatto & Windus, 1955.
  318 p. 23 cm.  213-158A


Moore, Harry T.
  The intelligent heart; the story of D. H.
 Lawrence. London, W. Heinemann, 1955.
  xvi,468 p. illus. 22 cm.  213-421


Moore, Harry T.
  The life and works of D. H. Lawrence.
 London, G. Allen, 1951.
  400 p. illus., port. 23cm.  213-422


Spilka, Mark.
  The love ethic of D. H. Lawrence.
 Bloomington, Indiana Univ. Press, 1957.
  xi,244 p. 20 cm.  217-743


West, Anthony.
  D. H. Lawrence. London, A. Baker,
 1950.
  152 p. 19 cm.  213-576


   LeFanu, Joseph Sheridan.


LeFanu, Joseph Sheridan.
  Best ghost stories of J. S. LeFanu.
 Edited and with an introd. by E. F.
 Bleiler. New Tork, Dover, c.1964.
  xi,467 p. illus. 22 cm.  217-778


   Lehmann, Rosamond.


Lehmann, Rosamond.
  The ballad and the source. New York,
 Reynal & Hitchcock, c.1945.
  312 p. 20 cm.  217-630


Lehmann, Rosamond.
  Dusty answer. London, Vanguard Library,
 1952.
  248 p. 18 cm. (The Vanguard library,
 no. 12)  217-632


   Le Sage, Alain Rene.


Le Sage, Alain Rene.
  The adventures of Gil Blas of Santillane.
 Tr. from the French of Lesage, by Tobias
 Smollett. With an introd. by William
 Morton Fullerton. London, G. Routledge
 [1866]
  xxxviii, 442 p. 21 cm. (Library of early
 novelists)  217-493


   Lever, Charles James.


Lever, Charles James.
  The works of Charles Lever, vol. 1-6.
 New York, P. F. Collier, [1872]
  6 v. illus. 27 cm.  214-82
  Contents: 1. Harry Lorrequer. Tome Burke
 of "ours" 2. The Knight of Gwynne. Davenport
 Dunn. 3. Charles O'Malley. Jack Hinton.
 4. The Dodd family abroad. The confessions
 of Con Gregan. 5. Luttrell of Arran.
 Bramleights of bishop's folly. 6. The
 Daltons. A day's ride.


   Lewis, Matthew Gregory.


Lewis, Matthew Gregory.
  The monk. Original text, variant read-
 ings, and "A note on the text" [by] Louis
 F. Peck. Introd. [by] John Berryman.
 New Yorki, Grove Press, 1959.
  445 p. 20 cm.  217-847

Lewis, Matthew Gregory.
  The monk; a romance. Ed. by E. A. Baker.
 London, G. Routledge, 1929.
  xvi, 356 p. 21 cm.  217-494


Peck, Louis F.
  A life of Matthew G. Lewis. Cambridge,
 Harvard Univ. Press, 1961.
  ix, 331 p. 24 cm.  213-432


   Lewis, Sinclair.


Lewis, Sinclair.
  Arrowsmith. New York, Harcourt, 1925.
  448 p. 20 cm.  217-752


Lewis, Sinclair.
  Babbitt. New York, Grosset & Dunlap,
 c.1922.
  401 p. 20 cm.  217-754


Lewis, Sinclair.
  Elmer Gantry. New York, Grosset &
 Dunlap, 1929.
  432 p. 20 cm.  217-755


   Lewis, Wyndham.


Lewis, Wyndham.
  Tarr. London, Chatto and Windus, 1928.
  326 p. 18 cm. (The phoenix library)
  217-761


   Lodge, Thomas.


Lodge, Thomas.
  Lodge's 'Rosalynde' being the original
 of Shakespeare's 'As you like it', ed. by
 W. W. Greg. London, Chatto and Windus,
 1907.
  xxix, 209 p. illus. 18 cm. (The
 Shakespeare library)  217-496


Paradise, Nathaniel Burton.
  Thomas Lodge; the history of an
 Elizabethan. New Haven, Yale Univ.
 Press, 1931.
  vii, 254 p. 24 cm.  213-427


   Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth.


Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth.
  The poetical works of Longfellow.
 London, Oxford Univ. Press, 1928.
  viii, 886 p. port. 19 cm.
  215-406


   Lowell, James Russell.


Lowell, James Russell.
  My study windows. With an introd. by
 Richard Garnett. London, Walter Scott
 [1892]
  xvi, 378 p. 18 cm. (The Scott library)
  218-164


   Lyly, John.


Lyly, John.
  The complete works. Now for the first time
 colected and edited from the earliest quartos,
 With life, bibliography, essays, notes, and
 index, by R. Warwick Bond. Oxford, Clarendon
 Press, 1902.
  3 v. facs. 23 cm.  214-56A
  Contents: Vol. 1. Life. Euphues; the anatomy
 of wyt ... Entertainments. -2. Euphues and
 his England. The plays. -3. The plays
 (continued) Anti-Martinist work. Poems.
 Glossary and general index.


Hunter, G K
  John Lyly; the humanist as courtier.
 London, Routledge, 1962.
  ix, 376 p. 23 cm.  213-387


   Lytton, Edward George Earle Lytton
    Bulwer, 1st baron.


Lytton, Sir Edward George Earle Lytton
 Bulwer, 1st baron
  [Works] New York, J. W. Lovell
  11 v. 20 cm.  214-95
  Contents: -1. The Caxtons; a family picture.
 1883. -2. Devereux; a tale. [1835] -3.
 Ernest Maltravers and Alice; or, The mysteries.
 [n. d.] -4. Kenelm Chillingly; his adventures
 and opinions. 1883. -5. The last of the
 Barons. [1883] -6. Last days of Pompeii.
 [1850] -7. "My novel;" or, Varieties in
 English life. By Pisistratus Caxton. 1883.
 -8. Pelham; or, Adventures of a gentleman.
 [1848] -9. The parisians. [1883] -10. Paul
 Clifford. [1848] -ll. A strange story.
 [n. d.]


Lytton, Edward George Earle Lytton Bulwer,
 1st baron.
  The caxtons. London, T. Nelson, 1903.
  560 p. frontispeace. 16 cm.   217-740


Lytton, Edward George Earle Lytton Bulwer,
 1st baron.
  Harold. London, Ward, Lock, 1910.
  592 p. 18 cm.  217-742


Lytton, Edward George Earle Lytton Bulwer-
 Lyttor. 1st baron, 1803-1873.
  Letters of the late Edward Bulwer, Lord
 Lytton, to his wife. With extracts from
 her Mss. "Autobiography," and other docu-
 ments. Published in vindication of her
 memory. By Louisa Devey. New York, G. W.
 Dillingham, 1889.
  451 p. 19 cm.  219-73


Lytton, Edward George Earle Lytton Bulwer,
 1st baron.
  Night and morning. London, Cassell,
 1904.
  385 p. 19 cm. (Cassell's standard
 library )  217-742


Lytton, Edward George Earle Lytton Bulwer,
 1st baron.
  Pelham; or, Adventures of a gentleman.
 Boston, Knight a Millet, [n. d.]
  481 p. illus. 20 cm.  217-739


Lytton, Edward George Earle Lytton Bulwer,
 1st, baron.
  Rienzi; the last of the roman tribunes.
 London, G. Routledge, [1848]
  569 p. 20 cm.  217-581


Lytton, Edward Robert Bulwer, 1st Earl of.
  The life, letters and literary remains of
 Edward Bulwer, Lord Lytton, by his son.
 London, K. Paul, 1883.
  2 v. port. 21 cm.  213-40


Lytton, Victor Alexander George Robert Bulwer,
 Earl of Lytton.
  Bulwer-Lytton, by the Earl of Lytton.
 London, Home & Van Thal, 1948.
  111 p. 19 cm. (The English novelists)
  213-565


Lytton, Victor Alexander George Robert
 Bulwer-Lytton, 2d earl of.
  The life of Edward Bulwer, First Lord
 Lytton, by his grandson, the Earl of
 Lytton. London, Macmillan, 1913
  2 v. port. 23 cm.  213-407


   Macaulay, Rose.


Macaulay, Rose.
  Dangerous ages. London, W. Collins,
 [n. d.]
  27O p. 16 cm.  217-713


   Macaulay, Thomas Babington.


Macauley, Thomas Babington.
  Hacaulay; prose aJld poetry. Selected
 by G. M. Young. London, Hart-Davis,
 1952.
864 p. 21 cm.  218-132


   McKenna, Stephen.


McKenna, Stephen.
  The oldest god; a novel. Boston,
 Little, Brown, 1926.
  353 p. 20 cm.  217-561


McKenna, Stephen.
  The reluctant lover. London, H. Jenkins,
 [n. d.]
  311 p. 18 cm.  217-563


McKenna, Stephen.
  Sonia; Between two worlds. 13. ed.
 London, Methuen, 1918.
  404 p. 20 cm.  217-562


   Mackenzie, Henry.


Mackenzie, Henry.
  The man of feeling and The man of the
 world. London, G. Routledge & Sons
 [n. a.]
  viii,424 p. 16 cm. (The new unibersal
 library )  217-678


   Malory, Sir Thomas.


Malory, Sir Thomas.
  The works. Ed. by Eugene Vinaver.
Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1947.
  3 v. facs. 23 cm.  214-71


Malory, Sir Thomas.
  The works of Sir Thomas Malory. Ed. by
 Eugene Vinaver. London, Oxford Univ.
 Press, 1954.
  xviii,919 p. 19 cm.  2l4-85


Malory, Sir Thomas.
  Le morte d'Arthur. London, J. M.
 Dent, 1947.
  2 v. 18 cm. (Everyman's library,
 romance)  217-A227


Malory, Sir Thomas.
  Le morte d'Arthur. Sir Thomas Malory's
 book of King Arthur and of his noble
 knights of the round table. The text of
 Caxton. Ed., with an introd., by Sir
 Edward Strachey, bart. London,
 Macmillan, 1931.
  1vi,509 p. 19 cm.  217-A229


Bennett, J. A. W., ed.
  Essays on Malory, by Walter Oakeshott,
 &c. Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1963.
  vii,147 p. 23 cm.  217-A230
  Bibliog.: p. 146-147.


   Mandeville, John.


Mandeville, Sir John.
  The Bodley version of Mandeville's
 travels. From Bodleian MS. E Musaeo
 116 with parallel extracts from the
 Latin text of British Museum MS. Royal
 13 E. ix. Ed. by M. C. Seymour.
 London, Oxford Univ. Press, 1963.
  xx,188p. facs. 22 cm. (Early
 English Text Society. [Publications.
 Original series] no. 253)  219-120


   Mansfield, Katherine.


Mansfield, Katherine.
  Collected stories of Katherine
 Mansfield. London, Constable, 1956.
  793 p. 19 cm.  214-81
  Contents: Bliss. The Garden-Party.
 The Doves' nest. Something childish.
 In a German Pension.


Mansfield, Katherine.
  The doll's house and other stories.
 Hamburg, The Albatross, c.1934.
  242 p. 18 cm. (The Albatross modern
 continental library, vol. 225)  217-626


Mansfield, Katherine.
  The doves' nest and other stories.
 London, Constable, 1923.
  xxiii,197 p. 19 cm.  217-628


Mansfield, Katherine.
  The garden party and other stories.
 Hamburg, The Albatross, c.1934.
  250 p. 18 cm. (The Albatross modern
 continental library, vol. 22)  217-625


Mansfield, Katherine.
  In a German pension. London, Constable,
 1929.
  x,144 p. 18 cm.  217-629


Mansfield, Katherine.
  Journal of Katherine Mansfield. Ed. by
 J. Middleton Murry. Hamburg, Albatross,
 c.1933.
  273 p. 18 cm. (The Albatross modern
 continental library, vol. 52)  219-87


Alpers, Antony.
  Katherine Mansfield. London, J. Cape,
 1954.
  xvi,376 p. illus. 21 cm.  213-681


Berkman, Sylvia.
  Katherine Mansfield; a critical study.
 New Haven, Yale Univ. Press, 1951.
  246 p. port. 21 cm.  213-680
  Bibliog.: p. 231-236.


Daly, Saralyn R.
  Katherine Mansfield. New York, Twayne,
 c.1965.
  143 p. 21 cm.  213-679


   Marlowe, Christopher.


Marlowe, Christopher.
  The works. Ed. by C. F. Tucker Brooke.
 Oxford, Clarendon, 1929.
  vi,664 p. 20 cm.  216-216


Henderson, Philip.
  Christopher Marlowe. London, Longmans,
 Green, 1952.
  viii,162p. facs., port. 20 cm. (Men
 and books)  213-197A


   Mrryat, Frederick.


Marryat, Frederick, capt.
  The children of the new forest. London,
 J. M. Dent, 1905.
  viii,308 p. 18 cm. (Everyman's
 library)  217-816


Marryat, Frederick, capt.
  The king's own. London, J. M. Dent,
 [1830]
  xi,450 p. 18 cm. (Everyman's library)
  217-841


 Marryat, Frederick.
  Masterman Ready, by Captain Marryat.
 London, Collins. Clear-Type Press,
 [n. d.]
  296 p. pl. 19 cm.  217-906


Marryat, Frederick.
  Mr. Midshipman Easy. New York, T. Y.
 Crowell [n.d.]
  327 p. 19 cm.  217-768


Marryat, Frederick, capt.
  Percival Keene. London, J. M. Dent,
 [1842]
  viii,409 p. 18 cm. (Everyman's
 library)  217-813


Warner, Oliver.
  Captain Marryat; a rediscovery. London,
 Constable, 1953.
  210 p. pl., port. 22 cm.  213-482


   Masefield, John.


Masefield, John.
  The collected poems. London, W. Heineman,
 l938.
  xii,1136 p. 21 cm.  215-414


   Massinger, Phillip.


Massinger, Philip,
  Philip Massinger, ed. , with an introd.
 and notes, by Arthur Symons. Unexpurgated
 ed. London, Vizetel1y, 1887.
  2 v. port. 20 cm. (The mermaid ser.
 The best plays of the old dramatists)
  216-172


   Maturin Charles Robert.


Maturin, Charles Robert.
  Melmoth the vanderer; a tale. Introd.
 by William F. Axton. Lincoln, Univ. of
 Nebraska Press, c.1961.
  xxii,412 p. 21 cm. (A Bison Book)
  217-849


   Maugham, William Somerset.


Maugham, William Somerset.
  Altogether; being the collected Stories.
 London, W. Heinemann, 1935.
  xxxii, 1522 p. 21 cm.  214-23A
  Collection of thirty short stories
 written from 1919 to 1931.


Maugham, William Somerset.
  Cakes ann ale; or, The Skeleton in the
 cupboard. Leipzig, B. Tauchnitz, 1931.
  287 p. 17 cm. (Collection of British
 and American authors. Vol. 4978)  217-686


Maugham, William Somerset.
  Catalina; a romance. New York,
 Doubleday , 1948.
  275 p. 21 cm.  217-861


Maugham, William Somerset.
  The moon and sixpence; a novel.
 Leipzig, B. Tauchnitz, 1932.
  286 p. 17 cm. (Collection of British
 and American authors. Vol. 5026)  217-687


Maugham, William Somerset.
  Of human bondage. New York, Random
 House, c.1915.
  760 p. 19 cm. (The modern library of
 the World's best books)  217-791


Maugham, William Somerset.
  Ten novels and their authors. London,
 Heinemann, 1954.
  3O6 p. 22 cm.  217-862


Maugham, William Somerset.
  Points of view. London, Heineman,
 c.1958.
  255 p. 20 cm.  218-152A


Maugham, William Somerset.
  The razor's edge. London, Heineman,
 1944.
  284 p. 19 cm.  217-860


Maugham, William Somerset.
  Theatre. London, Heinemann, 1939.
  xiii,293 p. 19 cm. (The collected
 edition of the works of W. Somerset
 Maugham)  217-825


Maugham , William Somerset.
  The writer's point of view. London,
 National Book League, 1951.
  23 p. 19 cm. (National Book League
 annual lecture, 9)  218-119


   Melville, Herman.


Melville , Herman.
  Selected tales and poems. Ed. by
 Richard Chase. New York, Rinehart,
 c,1948.
  xxiv,417 p. 19 cm. (Rinehart ed. 36)
  217-821

   Meredith, George.


Meredith, George.
  The adventures of Harry Richmond.
 London, Constable, 1919.
  vii,569 p. 17 cm,  217-52A


Meredith, George.
  The amazing marriage. London,
 Constable, 1919.
  viii,511p. 20 cm. (The works of
 George Meredith, standard ed.)  217-53A


Meredith, George.
  Beauchamp's career. London, Constable,
 1922.
  viii,631 p. 18 cm. (The works of
 George Meredith, Mickleham ed. )
  217-54A


Meredith, George.
  Diana of the crossways; a novel.
 London, Constable, 1922.
  x,449 p. 18 cm. (The works of George
 Meredith, Mickleham ed.)  217-655

Meredith, George.
  The egoist; a comedy in narrative.
 London, Constable, 1922.
  viii,626p. 18 cm. (The works of
 George Meredith, Mickleham ed.)
  217-57A


Meredith, George.
  An essay on Comedy and the uses of the
 comic, spirit. London, Constable, 1927.
  105 p. 18 cm. (The works of George
 Meredith, Mickleham edition)  218-103


Meredith , George.
  Evan Harrington; a novel. London,
 Constable, 1922.
  vii,572 p. 18 cm. (The works of George
 Meredith , Mickleham ed.)  217-56A


Meredith, George.
  Letters of George Meredith, collected
 and edited by his son. London, Constable,
 1912.
 2 v. port. 23cm.   219-74


Meredith, George.
  Lord Ormont and his Aminta; a novel.
 London, Constable, 1924.
  viii,354 p. 18 cm. (The works of
 George Meredith, Mickleham ed.)
  217-656


Meredith, George.
  One of our conquerors. London, Constable,
 1919.
  vii,514 p. 20 cm. (The works 0f George
 Meredith, Standard ed.)  217-58A


Meredith, George.
  The ordeal of Richard Fevere1; a history
 of father and son. London, Constable,
 1922.
  vii,558 p. 18 crB. (The works of George
 Meredith, Mickleham ed.)   217-59A


Meredith, George.
  The poetical works of George Meredith.
 With some notes by G. M. Trevelyan. London,
 Constable, 1912.
  xv,623 p. 21 cm.  215-316


Meredith, George.
  Rhoda Fleming; a story. London,
 Constable, 1931.
  499 p. 20cm. (The works of George
  Meredith, standard ed.)   217-60A


Meredith, George.
  Sandra Belloni, originally Emilia in
 England. London, Constable, 1924.
  viii,610 p. 18 cm. (The works of
 George Meredith, Mickleham ed.)
  217-61A


Meredith, George.
  Selected poems. London, Constable,
 1919.
  245 p. 18 cm.  215-367


Meredith, George.
  The shaving of shagpat; an Arabian
 entertainment. London, Constable, 1924.
  vi,307 p. 18 cm. (The works of George
 Meredith, Mickleham ed.)  217-62A


Meredith, George.
  Short stories. London, Constable,
 1924.
  373p. 18 cm. (The works of George
 Meredith, Mickleham ed.)  217-658


Meredith, George.
  The tragic comedians; a study in a
 well-known story. London, Constable,
 1924.
  201 p. 18 cm. (The works of George
 Meredith, Mickleham ed.)  217-657


Meredith, George.
  Vittoria. London, Constable, 1924.
  vii,629p. 18cm. (The works of
 George Meredith, Mickleham ed.)
  217-63A


Ellis, Stewart Marsh.
  George Meredith; his life and friends in
 relation to his work. London, G. Richards,
 1920.
  326 p. port. 23 cm.  213-346


Gretton, Mary Sturge.
  The writings a life of George Meredith.
 A centenary study. London, Oxford Univ.
 Press, 1926.
  viii,25O p. port. 20 cm.  213-69A


Hammerton, J A
  George Meredith in anecdote and criticism.
 London, G. Richards, 1909.
  xi,391 p. pl., port. 23 cm.  213-369


Kelvin, Norman.
  A troubled Eden; nature and society in the
 works of George Meredith. Edinburgh, Oliver
 and Boyd, 1961.
  ix,250 p. 23 cm.  213-393


Lindsay, Jack.
  George Meredith; his life and work.
 London, Bodley Head, 1956.
  420 p. port. 23 cm.  213-124A


Priestley, John Boynton.
  George Meredith. London, Macmillan,
 1926.
  vii,204 p. 20 cm. (English men of
 letters)  213-437


Sassoon, Siegfried.
  Meredith. London, Constable, 1948.
  viii,269p. port. 24 cm.  213-120A


Sitwell, Sir Osbert.
  The novels of George Meredith and
 some notes on the English novel.
 London, Oxford Univ. Press, 1947.
  12 p. 25 cm.  210-161
  At head of tit1e: The English
 Association. Presidential address, 1947.


Stevenson, Lionel.
  The ordeal of George Meredith. London,
 P. Owen, 1954.
  368 p. port. 24 cm.  213-127A
  Bibliog. : p. 357-359.


Wright, Walter Francis.
  Art and substance in George Meredith;
 a study in narative. [Lincoln] Univ.
 of Nebraska Press, c.1953.
  ix,211 p. 21 cm.  217-769


   Milne, Alan Alexander.


Milne , Alan Alexander.
  Second plays. london, Chatto and
 Windus , 1928.
  xv,266 p. 18 cm. (The Phoenix
 Library)  216-209
  Contents: Make-believe, Mr. Pin passes
 by, The Camberley triangle, The romantic
 age, The stepmother.

   Milton, John.


Milton, John.
  Areopagitica and other prose works.
 London, J. M. Dent, 1950.
  xvi,306 p. 18 cm. (Everyman's
 library)  218-124


Milton, John.
  Milton's Samson Agonistes. With intro-
 duction, notes, glossary and indexes by
 A. W. Verity. Cambridge, The Univ. Press,
 1925.
  lxvi,17O p. 18 cm. (Pitt Press Series)
  215-388


Milton, John.
  Of education, Areopagitica, [&] The
 commonwealth. With early biographies of
 Milton, introd., and notes, ed. by Laura
 E. Lockwood, Boston, Houghton Mifflin,
 1911.
  lxxxvi,205 p. 18 cm. (The riverside
 literature series)  218-125


Milton, John.
  Paradise lost. Ed. by A. W. Verity
 Cambridge, The Univ. Press, 1921.
  lxxii,750 p. 20 cm.  215-317


Milton, John.
  The poetical works of John Milton.
 With introductions by David Masson, London,
 Macmillan, 1929.
  xi,625 p. 20 cm. (The globe edition)
  215-387


Bailey, John.
  Milton. London, Oxford Univ. Press, 1947-
  256 p. 17 cm. (The Home University
 library of modern knowledge 103)  213-552
  Bibliog.: p. 250-253.


Grierson, Sir Herbert J. C.
  Milton & Wordsworth, poets and prophets ;
 a study of their reactions to political
 events. London, Chatto & Windus, 1960.
  x,185 p. 23 cm.  212-40A


Pattison, Mark.
  Milton. London, Macmillan, 1923.
  vi,227 p. 20 cm. (English men of letters)
  213-553


Tillyard, Eustace Mandeville Wetenhall.
  Milton. Lorldon, Chatto & Windus, 1951.
  396 p. 23 cm.  213-168A


   Mitford, Mary Russell.


Mitford, Mary Russell.
  Our village. London, W. Scott, [1891]
  xvii,290 p. 18 cm. (The Scott
 library)  219-106


Mitford, Mary Russell.
  Our village; sketches of rural character
 and scenery. London, G. Bell & sons, 1892-
 1901 [v. 1. 19O1]
  2 v. illus. 19 cm.  219-75


Mitford, Mary Russell.
  Sketches of English life wd character.
 London, Bodley Head, 1928.
  320 p. 18 cm. (The weekend library)
  219-107


Roberts , William James.
  Mary Russell Mitford; the tragedy of a
 blue stocking. London, A. Melrose, 1913.
  391 p. pl., port. 23 cm.  213-444


   Moore, George.


Moore, George.
  Confessions of a young man. New York,
 Boni & Livericht, [1917]
  xii,227 p. 17 cm.  217-804


Moore, George.
  Esther waters; an English story. London,
 W. Heinemann, 1922.
  vi,415 p. 20 cm.  217-498


Moore, George.
  Evelyn innes. London, E. Benn, 1929.
  374 p. 18 cm. (Benn's Essex library)
  217-805


Moore, George.
  "Hail and farewe11!" Salve. London,
 W. Heinemann, 1947.
  277p. 22 cm. (The works of George
 Moore uniform edition, vol. 9)  217-936


Moore, George.
  A mummer's wife. Lorldon, W. Heinemann,
 l929.
  ix, 505 p. 20 cm.  217-499


Hone, Joseph.
  The life of George Moore. With an
 account of his last years by his cook and
 housekeeper Clara Warville. London, V.
 Gollancz, 1936.
  515 p. port. 23 cm.  213-384


   Moore, Thomas.


Moore, Thomas.
  The poetical works. Ed. by A. D.
 Godley. London, Oxford Univ. Press,
 1924.
  xxx,751 p. port. 19 cm.  215-512


   Morris, William.


Morris , William.
  The life & death of Jason, a poem.
 London, Longmans, Green, 1920.
  331 p. 16 cm.  215-378


Morris, William.
  News from nowhere; or, An epoch of rest,
 being some chapters from a utopian romance.
 London, Longmans , Green, 1924.
  viii,247 p. 17 cm.  217-660


Morris , William.
  Poems by the way. new ed. London,
 Longmans, Green, 1910.
  vii,236 p. 17 cm.  215-379


Morris , William.
  Prose and poetry. (1856-1870) London,
 Oxford Univ. Press, 1920.
  vii,656 p. port. 19 cm.  215-373


Morris , William.
  The roots of the mountains wherein is
 told. somewhat of the 1ives of the men of
 Burgdale their friends their neighbours
 their foemen and their fellows in arms.
 London, Longmans, Green, 1913.
  2 v. 17 cm.  217-663


Morris, William.
  The Story of the glittering plain which
 has been also called the land of living
 men. London, Longmans , Green, 1913.
  vi,161 p. 17 cm.  217-662


Morris, William.
  The wood beyond the world. London,
 Longmans, Green, 1913.
  vi,167 p. 17 cm.  217-661


Grey, Lloyd Eric.
  William Morris; prophet of England's new
 order. London, Cassell, 1949,
  xiv,386 p. port. 23 cm.  213-363
  Bibliog.: p. 369-381.


   Nashe, Thomas


Nashe, Thomas.
  The vnfortvnate traveller; or, The life
 of Jacke Wilton. Ed. by H. F. B. Brett-
 Smith. Oxford, B. Blackwell, 1920.
  xx,131 p. 20 cm. (The Percy reprints,
 no. 1)  217-500


Hibbard, George Richard.
  Thomas Nashe; a critical introduction.
 London, Routledge, 1962.
  xi,262 p. 23 cm.  215-154A


   Orwell, George.


Orwell, George.
  Critical essays. London, Secker &
 Warburg, 1951.
  vii,195 p. 19 cm.  218-120


Hollis, Christopher.
  A study of George Orwell; the man and
 his works. Chicago, H. Regnery. 1956.
  viii,212 p. 23 cm.  213-143A


   Ossian.


Ossian.
  The poems of Ossian. Tr. by. James
 Macpherson, notes and introd. by William
 Sharp. Edinburgh, J. Grant, 1926.
  xiv,417 p. 21 cm.  215-432


   Owen, Robert.


Owen, Robert.
  The life of Robert Owen. By himself.
 London, G. Bell, 1920.
  xiii,552 p. 17 cm.  213-520


   Owen, Wilfred.


Owen, Wilfred.
  Poems. With an introd. by Siegfried
 Sassoon. London, Chatto & Windus, 1921.
  xi,34 p. port. 22 cm.  215-318


   Pater, Walter.


Pater, Walter.
  [Works] Vol. 1-5. 7. London,
 Macmillan ,
  6 v. 18 cm.  214-96
  Contents: vol. 1. The renaissance; studies
 in art and poetry. 1928. -2. Marius the
 epicurean; his sensations and ideas. 1927.
 -3. Imaginary portraits. 1929. -4. Appreci-
 ations. 1927. -5. Plato and Platonism; a
 series of lectures. 1934. -7. Miscellaneous
 studies; a series of essays. 1928.


Benson , Arthur Christopher.
  Walter Pater. London, Macmillan, 1926.
  vii,226 p. 18 cm. (English men of
 letters)  213-638


Cecil, Lord David.
  Walter Pater; the scholar-artist. The
 Rede lecture, delivered in the University
 of Cambridge, 19 May 1955. Cambrid.ge,
 The Univ. iPress, l955
  30 p. 19 cm.  213-664


Johnson, R V
  Walter Pater; a study of his critical
 outlook and achievement. Melbourne, The
 Univ. Press in behalf of the Australian
 Humanities Research Council, 1961.
  vi,55 p. 23 cm.  213-639


   Peacock, Thomas Love.


Peacock, Thomas Love.
  Gryll Grange. London, Macmillan, 1927.
  xxiv,292 p. illus. l8 cm.  217-737


Peacock, Thomas Love.
  Headlong hall and Nightmare Abbey.
 London, Macmi11an, 1927.
  xxiv,244 p. illus. 18 cm.  217-734


Peacock, Thomas Love.
  Maid Marian and Crotchet castle.
 London, Macmillan, 1927.
  xxxvi,32l p. illus. 18 cm.  217-736


Peacock, Thomas Love.
  Melincourt, or, Sir Oran Haut-Ton.
 London, Macmillan, 1927.
  xxii,326 p. illus. 18 cm.  217-735


Peacock, Thomas Love.
  The misfortunes of Elphin and
 Rhododaphne. London, Macmillan, 1927.
  xxii,262 p. illus. 18 cm.  217-738


Peacock, Thomas Love.
  The novels of Thomas Love Peacock.
 Ed. with introd. and notes by David Garnett.
 London, R. Hart-Davis, l948.
  xii,982 p. 21 cm.  217-501
  Contents: Headlong hall. Melincourt.
 Nightmare Abbey. Maid Marian, The
 misfortunes of Elphin. Crotchet castle.
 Gryll grange.


Campbell, O1wen W
  Thomas Love Peacock. London, Arthur
 Barker. 1953.
  104 p. 19 cm. (The English novelists)
  213-663


Priestley, John Boynton.
  Thomas Love Peacock. London, Macmillan,
 1927.
  viii,215 p. 20 cm. (English men of
 letters)  213-477


   Pepys, Samuel.


Pepys , Samuel.
  The diary of Samuel Pepys. Introd. &
 notes by G. Gregory Smith. London,
 Macmillan, 1906.
  xxxi,800 p. 20 cm. (The globe ed.)
  219-l00


   Pope, Alexander.


Pope, Alexander.
  Essay on man; epistles 1-4. With introd.
 and notes by E. E. Morris. London,
 Macmillan, 1900.
  xxxi, 93 p. 18 cm.  215-420


Pope , Alexander.
  The poetical works of Alexander Pope.
 Edited with notes and introductory memoir
 by Sir Adolphus Wi11iam Ward. London,
 Macmillan, 1930.
  lil,505 p. 20 cm. (The Globe edition)
  215-422


Pope, Alexander.
  Pope's essay on criticism. Ed., with
 introd. & notes, by John Churton Collins.
 London, Macmillan, 1925.
  xxxii,56 p. 18 cm.  215-421


Cunningham, Joseph Sandy.
  Pope: The rape of the lock. London,
 E. Arnold, 1961.
  62 p. 19 cm. (Studies in English
 literature, no. 2)  215-419
  Bibliog.: p. 63.


Dobree, Bonamy.
  Alexander Pope. London, Oxford Univ.
 Press, 1963.
  xii,l00 p. 20 cm. (Oxford paperbacks,
 no. 70)  213-661


MacDonald, Wilbert Lorne.
  Pope and his critics; a study in
 eighteenth century personalities. London,
 J. M. Dent, 1951.
  x,340 p. illus., port. 23 cm.  213-408


Tillotson, Geoffrey.
  Pope and human nature. Oxford, Clarendon
 Press, 1958.
  vi,278 p. 23 cm.  210-62B


   Porter, Jane.


Porter, Jane.
  The Scottish chiefs. London, Ward
 Lock, 1911.
  560 p. 18 cm. (The world library)
  217-910


   Powys, Theodore Francis.


Powys, Theodore Francis.
  Mr. Tasker's gods. London, Chatto
 and Windus, 1929.
  viii,312 p. 18 cm. (The phoenix
 library)  217-762


   Radcliffe, Ann.


Radcliffe, Ann.
  The confessional of the black penitents.
 Wood-engravings by Philip Ross. London,
 Folio Society, 1956.
  403 p. illus. 23 cm.  217-503


Grant, Aline.
  Ann Radcliffe; a biography. Denver, A.
 Swallow, c.1951.
  153 p. 23 cm.  213-359


   Reade, Charles.


Reade, Charles.
  The works of Charles Reade in sixteen
 volumes. New York, P. F. Collier, [n. d.]
  16 v. illus. 2l cm.  214-88
  Contents; 1. Foul play. 2. A woman-hater.
 3. A simpleton. 4. Love me little, love me
 long. 5. A terrible temptation. 6-7. The
 cloister and the hearth. 8. Griffith Gaunt;
 or, Jealousy. 9. Peg Woffington and other
 stories. 10-ll. It is never too late to
 mend. 12-13. Put yourself in his place.
 14. Hard cash, pt. 1. l5. Hard cash, pt. 2.
 The wandering heir. l6. The course of true love
 never did run smooth and other stories.


Reade, Charles.
  The cloister and the hearth. London,
 J. M. Dent, 1906.
  703 p. 18 cm. (Everyman's library,
 no. 29)  217-308A


Reade, Charles.
  Hard cash. London, Collins' Clear-Type
 Press [1868]
  688 p. illus. l6 cm.  217-589


Reade, Charles.
  Peg Woffington, and Christie Johnstone.
 London, J. M. Dent, 1908.
  ix,329 p. 18 cm. (Everyman's
 library, no. 299)  217-817


Burns , Wayne.
  Charles Reade; a study in Victorian
 authorship. New York, Bookman Associates,
 c.1961.
  360 p. 23 cm.  213-317


   Reid, Forrest.


Reid, Forrest.
  Private road. London, Faber & Faber,
 1940.
  243 p. 23 cm.  213-682


   Richardson, Samuel.


Richardson, Samue1.
  The works. With a prefatory chapter of
 biographical criticism by Leslie Stephen.
 London, H. Sotheran, 1883.
  12 v. port. 23 cm.  214-25A
  Contents: -v. 1-3. Pamela. -v. 4-8. The
 history of Clarissa Harlowe. -v. 9-12. The
 history of Sir Charles Grandison.


Richardson, Samue1.
  Clarissa; or, The history of a young lady.
 Ed., with an introd., by John Angus Burrell.
 New York, Ramdom House, c.1950.
 xiv,786 p. 19 cm. (The modern library
 of the world's best books)  217-875


Richardson, Samuel.
  Clarissa; or, The history of a young
 lady. Riv. ed. Boston, H. Mifflin,
 c.1962.
  xxi,516 p. 22 cm. (Riverside ed., B69)
  217-666


Richardson, Samuel.
  Familiar letters on important occasions.
 With an introd. by Brian W. Downs. London,
 G. Routledge, 1928.
  xl,252 p. 23 cm. (The English library)
  219-77


Richardson, Samuel.
  Selected letters of Samuel Richardson.
 Ed., with an introd. by John Carroll.
 Oxford, Clarendon, 1964.
  350 p. port. 23 cm.  219-76


Dobson, Austin.
  Semuel Richardson. London, Macmillan,
 1902.
  213 p. 19 cm. (English men of letters)
  213-339


Dottin, Paul.
  Samuel Richardson, 1689-1761; imprimeur
 de Londres, auteur de Pamela, Clarisse et
 Grandison. 2. ed. Paris, Perrin, c.1931.
  xx,521 p. port. 21 cm.  213-34l


Golden, Morris.
  Richardson's characters. Ann Arbor,
 Univ. of Michigan Press [1963]
  ix,202 p. 22 cm.  213-357


Kreissman , Bernard.
  Pamela-Shamela; a study of the criti-
 cism , burlesques , parodies , and adapt-
 ations of Richardson's "Pamela".
 Nebraska, The Univ. Press, c.1960.
  98 p. 23 cm. (Nebraska paperback)
  211-l04


McKillop, Alan Dugald.
  Samuel Richardson; printer and novelist.
 Hamden, Conn. , Shoe String, 1960.
  xi,357 p. 24 cm.  213-41l
  Bibliog.: p. 321-333.


Sale, William M. , Jr.
  Samuel Richardson; master printer.
 Ithaca, N. Y., Cornell Univ. Press, 1950.
  vi,389 p. illus. 24 cm.  213-449


Thomson, Clara Linklater.
  Samuel Richardson; a biographical and
 critical study. London, H. Marshall, 1900.
  viii,308 p. port. 22 cm.  213-470
  Bibliog. : p. 292-3O1.


   Rossetti, Christina Georgina.


Rossetti , Christina Georgina.
  The poetical works of Christina Georgina
 Rossetti. With memoir and notes, &c., by
 William Michael Rossetti. London, Macmillan,
 1924.
  lxxi,507 p. 20 cm.  215-321


Birkhead, Edith.
  Christina Rossetti & her poetry. London,
 G. G. Harrap, 1930.
 126p. port. 17 cm. (Poetry & life ser.)
  215-309


   Rossetti Dante Gabriel.


Fleming, Gordon H.
  Rossetti and the Pre-Raphaelite
 Brotherhood. London , Hart-Davis ,
 1967.
  xv,233 p. 24 cm.  213-561
  Bibliog.: p. 221-223.


   Ruskin, John.


Ruskin, John.
  Praeterita; outlines of scenes and
 thoughts perhaps worthy of memory in my
 past life. London, Rupert Hart-Davis,
 1949.
  xxii,592 p. 21 cm.  213-616


Ruskin, John.
  Unto this last, and, The two paths.
 London, Collins' Clear-Type Press, [1862]
  284 p. port. 16 cm.  218-115


   Sackville-West, Victoria.


Sackville-West, Victoria Mary.
  Heritage. London, W. Collins Sons,
 1923.
  250 p. 19 cm.  217-679


   Saintsbury, George.


Saintsbury, George.
  The peace of the Augustans; a survey
 of eighteenth century literature as a
 place of rest and refreshment. London,
 Oxford Univ. Press, 1946.
  xvii,4O8 p. 16 cm. (The world's
 classics, 506)  218-144


   Sassoon, Siegfried.


Sassoon, Siegfried.
  Memoirs of a fox-hunting man. London,
 Faber & Faber, 1932.
  344 p. 19 cm. (The Faber library,
 no. 1)  217-807


Sassoon , Siegfried.
  Sherston's progress. Leipzig,
 B. Tauchnitz, c.1937.
  217 p. 18 cm. (Tauchnitz edition
 of British and American authors >
 vol. 5292)  217-766


   Scott, Sir Walter.


Scott, Sir Walter.
  Waverley novels. Centenary edition.
 Vol. 1-8, 10-25. Edinburgh, Adam & Charles
 Black, 1886-87.
  24 v. illus. 20 cm.  214-73
  Contents :-
 1. Waverley; or, 'Tis sixty years since.
 2. Guy mannering; or, The astrologer.
 3. The antiquary. 4. Rob Roy. 5. Old
 mortality. 6. A legend of Montrose and the
 black dwarf. 7. The heart of Mid-Lothian.
 8. The bride of Lammermoor. 10. The
 monastery. 11. The abbot; being a sequel to
 The monastery. 12. Kenilworth. 13. The
 pirate. l4. The fortunes of Nige1.
 15. Peveril of the peak. 16. Quentin Durward.
 17. St. Ronan's well. 18. Redgauntlet,; a
 tale of the eighteenth century. 19. The
 betrothed; a tale of the crusaders.
 20. The talisman; a tale of the crusaders.
 21. Woodstock; or, The cavalier. 22. The
 fair maid of perth; or, St. Valentine's
 day. 23. Anne of Geierstein; or, The maiden
 of the mist. 24. Count Robert of Paris.
 25. The surgeon's daughter and castle
 dangerous.


Scott, Sir Walter.
  [Works] Vo1. 3. 7-8. ll-13. London,
 Macmillan ,
  6 v. 18 cm.  214-99
  Contents: Vol. 3. Marmion; a tale of
 Plodden field, in six cantos. 1911.
 -7. Kenilworth. 1909. -8. Talisman. 1924.
 -ll. Ivanhoe. 1921. -12. Old mortality.
 1927. -13. Guy mannering. 1921.


Scott, Sir Walter.
  The journal of Sir Walter Scott. The
 text revised from a photostat in the
 National Library of Scotland. [Ed. by
 John Guthrie Tait] Edinburgh, Oliver &
 Boyd, 1950.
  xii,850 p. 23 cm.  219-78


Scott, Sir Walter.
  The poetical works of Sir Walter
 Scott. With a biographical and critical
 memoir by Francis Turner Palgrave.
 London, Macmillan, 1923.
  xliii,559 p. 20 cm.  215-392


Buchan, John.
  Sir Walter Scott. London. Cassell, 1932.
  387 p. port. 23 cm.  213-312


Davie, Donald.
  The heyday of Sir Walter Scott. London,
 Routledge , 1961.
  vii,168 p. 23 cm.  213-334


Fiske, Christabel F
  Epic suggestion in the irnagery of the
 Waverley novels. New Haven, Yale Univ.
 Press, 1940.
  xxvi,14l p. 26 cm.  217-479


Gwynn, Stephen.
  The life of Sir Walter Scott. London,
 Thornton Butterworth, 1932.
  384 p. port. 23 cm.  213-365


Hutton, Richard Holt.
  Sir Walter Scott. London, Macmillan,
 1918.
  viii,182 p. 18 cm. (English men of
 letters)  213-617


Lockhart, John Gibson.
  The life of Sir Walter Scott. Abridged,
 & newly ed., with notes, etc. London,
 Hutchinson [1904]
  viii,376 p. port. 18 cm.  213-567


Lockhart, John Gibson.
  The life of Sir Walter Scott, Bart.,
 1771-1832. New popular edition with
 17 illustrations. London, Adam &
 Charles Black, 1896.
  xii,806 p. illus., port. 24. cm.
  213-586


Pearson , Hesketh.
  Walter Scott, his life and personality.
 London, Methuen, 1954.
  xi,295 p. port. 23 cm.  213-431


Pope-Hennessy, Una.
  The Laird of Abbotsford; an informal
 presentation of Sir Walter Scott.
 London, Putnum, 1932.
  310 p. 22 cm.  213-514


Pope-Hennessy, Una.
  Sir Walter Scott. London, Home & Van
 Thal, 1948.
  101 p. 19 cm. (The English novelists)
  213-590


Welsh, Alexander.
  The hero of the Waverley novels. New
 Haven, Yale Univ. Press, 1963.
  xiv,273 p. 23 cm. (Yale studies in
 English, vol. 154)  217-512


Yonge, Charles Duke.
  Life and writings of Sir Walter Scott.
 New York, W. Scott, [n. a.]
  xlix,206 p. 18 cm. (Great writers)
  213-618
  Bibliog.: p. i-xlix.


   Seymour, Beatrice Kean.


Seymour, Beatrice Kean.
  False spring. Leipzig, B. Tauchnitz,
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  326 p. 17 cm. (Collection of
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   Southey, Robert.


Southey, Robert.
  Poems of Robert Southey, containing
 Thalaba, The curse of Kehama, Roderick,
 Madoc, A tale of Paraguay and selected
 minor poems. Ed. by Maurice H. Fitzgerald.
 London, Oxford Univ. Press, 1909.
  xxviii,768 p. port. 19 cm.  215-394


   Spender, Stephen.


Spender, Stephen.
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 despair and orthodoxy among some modern
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  199 p. 22 cm.  218-171


   Spenser, Edmund.


Spenser, Edmund.
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 and manuscripts by R. Morris. With a
 memoir by John W. Hales. London,
 Macmillan, 1906.
  lv,736 p. 20 cm.  214-120


Spenser, Edmund.
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 Edited with critical notes by J. C. Smith
 & E. de Selincourt, with an introduction by
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  lxvii,729 p. illus., port. 19 cm.
  215-386


Church, Richard William.
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  181 p. 19 cm. (English men of letters)
  213-566


   Steele, Richard.


Steele, Richard.
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 notes by G. A. Aitken. London, T. F. Unwin,
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  216-198


   Steinbeck, John Ernest.


Steinbeck, John Ernest.
  The grapes of Wrath. New York, Random
 House, 1939.
  619 p. 19 cm. (The modern library of
 the world's best books)  217-380A


Steinbeck, John Ernest.
  The moon is down, and The long valley.
 New York, P. F. Collier & son, c.1942.
  2 v. in i. 21 cm.  217-749


Steinbeck, John Ernest.
  Of mice and men. With an introd. by
 Joseph Henry Jackson. New York, Random
 House, 1938.
  xx,186 p. 17 cm. (The modern library
 of the world's best books)  217-750


Steinbeck, John Ernest.
  Tortilla Flat. With a foreword by
 the author. Illustrated by Ruth Gannett.
 New York, Random House, c.1937.
  317p. illus. 19 cm. (The modern
 library of the world's best books)
  217-751


Steinbeck, John Ernest.
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 Press, 1947.
  312 p. 21 cm.  217-748


   Sterne, Laurence.


Sterne, Laurence.
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  4 v. illus. 18 cm.  214-91
  Contents ;-
 Vol. 1-3: The life and opinions of
 Tristram Shandy , gentleman.
 vol. 4: A sentimental journey through
 France and Italy.


Sterne, Laurence.
  The works of Laurence Sterne. With the
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  xv,648 p. port. 2l cm.  2l4-87
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 journey, Sermons, letters, etc.


Sterne, Laurence.
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 Perry Curtis. Oxford, Clarendon Press,
 1965.
  xxxiv,495 p. facs., map, port. 23 cm.
  219-79


Sterne, Laurence.
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 Shandy, gentleman. Ed. with an introd.
 and notes by Ian Watt. Boston, H. Mifflin,
 c.1965.
  xlv,515 p. illus. 22 cm. (Riverside
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Cash, Arthur Hill.
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 ethical dimension of t.he journey. Pitts-
 burgh, Pa., Duquesne Univ. Press, c.1966.
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Connely, Willard.
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 Head, 1958.
  240 p. illus. 23 cm.  213-233A


Cross, Wilbur L.
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 3. ed. New Haven, Yale Univ. Press, 1929.
  xxvi,670 p. port. 24 cm.  213-332


Dilworth, Ernest Nevin.
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 Sterne. New York, King's Crown Press, 1948.
  xiv,115 p. 21 cm.  213-336


Fluchere, Henri.
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 an interpretation of Tristram Shandy. Tr.
 and abridged by Barbara Bray. London,
 Oxford Univ. Press, 1965.
  xii,459 p. 23 cm.  217-481


Hammond, Lansing Van der Heyden.
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 New Haven, Yale Univ. Press, 1948.
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 English. Vol. l08)  217-485


Hartley, Lodwick.
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 an essay and a bibliography of Sternean
 studies 1900-1965. Chapel Hill, Univ. of
 North Carolina Press, c.1966.
  x,189 p. 24 cm.  213-376
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Howes, Alan B.
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 in Ingland, 1760-1868. New Haven, Yale Univ.
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James, Overton Philip.
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Shaw, Margaret R. B.
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 1713-1762. London, Richards Press, 1957.
  xiv,274 p. port. 23 cm.  213-454


Siche1, Walter.
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 Lippincott , 1910.
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Stedmond, John M.
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 tion and innovation in Tristram Shandy and
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  178 p. 23 cm.  217-505


Traill, Henry Duff.
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Traugott, John.
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 sophical rhetric. Berkeley, Univ. of
 Calif. Press, 1954.
 xvi,166 p. 24 cm.  217-510


Yoseloff, Thomas.
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 London, F. Aldor, c.1948.
  219 p. 22 cm.  213-490


   Stevenson, Robert Louis.


Stevenson, Robert Louis.
  Across the plains with other memories
 and essays. London, Chatto & Windus,
 1918.
  x,212 p. 17 cm.  218-14l


Stevenson, Robert Louis.
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 roses. Leipzig, B. Tauchnitz, 1888.
  302 p. 17 cm. (Collection of British
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Stevenson, Robert Louis.
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 London, Cassell, 1906.
  viii,376p. p1. 17 cm. (Pcocket
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Stevenson, Robert Louis.
  A child's garden of verses. With an
 introd. by Andrew Lang. London, Longmans,
 1922.
  xvi,155 p. 16 cm. (Pocket edition)
  215-408


Stevenson, Robert Louis.
  Familiar studies of men and books.
 London, Chatto & Windus, 1923.
  xx,277 p. 17 cm.  218-142


Stevenson, Robert Louis.
  Island nights' entertainments. London,
 Cassell, 1908.
  367 p. frontispiece. 17 cm.  217-828
  Contents:- The beach of Falesa,
 The bottle IMP [and] The isle of voices.


Stevenson, Robert Louis.
  Kidnapped, being memoirs of the
 adventures of David Balfour in the year
 1751. London, Cassell, 1887.
  iv,311 p. illus. 20 cm.  217-792


Stevenson, Robert Louis.
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 Hole. London, Cassell, 1919.
  viii,373p. pl. 17cm. (Pocket
 editions)  217-853


Stevenson, Robert Louis.
  The letters of Robert Louis Stevenson.
 Ed. by Sir Sidney Colvin. New York, C.
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  219-80


Stevenson, Robert Louis.
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 Baxter. Ed. by DeLancey Ferguson and
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  xxvi,385 p. port. 24 cm.  219-99


Stevenson, Robert Louis.
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 tale. London, Cassell, c.1906.
  vi,374 p. p1. 17 cm. (Pocket editions)
  217-852


Stevenson, Robert Louis.
  Memories and portraits. London, Cbatto
 & Windus, 1917.
  x,182 p. 17 cm.  218-140


Stevenson, Robert Louis.
  New Arabian nights. London, Chatto a
 Windus, 1923.
  viii,325 p. 16 cm.  217-873


Stevenson, Robert Louis.
  Prince Otto; a romance. London, Chatto
 & Windus, 1912.
  vii,230 p. 16 cm.  217-874


Stevenson, Roblert Louis.
  The strange case of Dr. Jekyll and
 Mr. Hyde with other fables. London,
 Longmans, Green, 1910.
  219 p. 17 cm.  217-829


Stevenson, Robert Louis.
  Travels with a donkey in the Cevennes.
 With a frontispiece by Walter Crane.
 London, Chatto a Windus, 1922.
  xii,176 p. 16 cm.  217-856


Stevenson, Robert Louis.
  Treasure Island. London, Cassell, 1923.
  373 p. p1. 17 cm. (Pocket editions)
  217-855


Stevenson, Robert Louis.
  Virginibus puerisque. London, Blackie,
 [I881]
  x,201 p. 18 cm.  218-143


Stevenson, Robert Louis.
  Weir of Hermiston; a unfinished romance.
 London, Chatto a Windus, 1925.
  184 p. 16 cm.  217-851


Balfour, Graham.
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  x,451 p. map, port. 2l cm.
  213-301
  213-301A


Chesterton, Gilbert Keith.
  Robert Louis Stevenson. London, Hodder &
 Stoughton, 1927.
  viii,259 p. 20 cm.  213-322


Cooper, Lettice.
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 Van Thal, 1947.
  110 p. 19 cm. (The English novelists)
  213-603


Daiches, David.
  Robert Louis Stevenson. Glasgow, W.
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  x,196 p. port. 18 cm.  213-333


Elwin, Malcolm.
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 London, Macdona1d, 1950.
  256 p. port. 23 cm.  213-348


Furnas, Joseph Chamberlain.
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 Louis Stevenson. London, Faber and Faber,
 1952.
  478 p. port. 23 cm.  213-352


Raleigh, Walter.
  Robert Louts Stevenson. London, E.
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  79 p. 20 cm.  213-439


Smith, Janet Adam, ed.
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 a record of friendship and criticism.
 London, R. Hart-Davis, 1948.
  284 p. illus. 21 cm.  218-139


Steuart, John Alexander.
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  vii,304 p. port. 23 cm.  213-459


   Sullivan, Sir Arthur.


Sulivan, Sir Arthur.
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  711 p. 21 cm. (The modern library)
  216-224


   Surtees, Robert Smith.


Surtees, Robert Smith.
  Ask mamma; or, The richest commoner in
 England. By the author of "Handley cross",
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  xiv,525 p. 18 cm.  217-514


Surtees, Robert Smith.
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 1920.
  xiv,720 p. illus. 18 cm.  217-515


Surtees, Robert Smith.
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  ix,248 p. illus. 18 cm.  217-516


Surtees, Robert Smith.
  Hillingdon Hall; or, The Cockney squire.
 A tale of country life. By author of
 "Handley cross", "Jorrocks's jaunts and
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  472 p. illus. 18 cm.  217-517


Surtees, Robert Smith.
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 Methuen, 1920.
  vii, 240 p. illus. 18 cm.  217-518


Surtees , Robert Smith.
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 1913.
  xii,438 p. illus. 18 cm.  217-519


Surtees, Robert Smith.
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 1920.
  xiii,552 p. illus. 18 cm.  217-520


Surtees, Robert Smith.
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 "Handley cross", "Sponge's sporting tour",
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 1914.
  xiv,539 p. illus. 18 cm.  217-521


Cooper, Leonard.
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  180 p. illus. 22 cm.  213-328


   Swift, Jonathan

Swift, Jonathan.
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  viii,599 p. port. 19 cm. (Oxford
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Swift , Jonathan.
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  xxviii,352 p. 18 cm. (The Scott
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Swift, Jonathan.
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 Eddy. London, Oxford Univ. Press, 1951.
  xxxii,499 p. 19 cm.  218-169


Acworth , Bernard.
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  xix,250 p. pl., port. 22 cm.  213-542


Bullitt, John M
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 a study of satiric technique. Cambridge,
 Harvard Univ. Press, 1953.
  viii,214 p. 22 cm.  213-316


Doren, Carl van.
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  266p. port. 23cm.  213-63l


Ehrenpreis, Irvin.
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 Vol. 1: Mr. Swift and his contemporaries.
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  xi,294 p. 23 cm.  213-345


Hardy , Evelyn.
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 the relationship of Swift, Stella, and
 Vanessa. London, Hogarth Press, 1949.
  xii,266 p. facs. port. 23 cm.  213-539
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Jackson, Robert Wyse.
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 Dublin, Talbot Press, 1945.
  xii,112 p. port. 19 cm.  218-170


Johnston, Denis.
  In search of Swift. Dublin, Hodges
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  xii,240 p. illus. 26 cm.  213-629
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Landa, Louis A
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 CLarendon Press, 1954.
  xvi,206 p. 23 cm.  213-398


Murry, John Middleton.
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  508 p. port. 23 cm.  213-630


Price, Martin.
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  vii,117 p. 24 cm.  212-107


Quintana, Ricardo.
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  viii,204 p. 22 cm.  213-272A
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Stephen, Leslie.
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  x,215 p. 18 cm. (English men of
 letters)  213-669


Taylor, William Ducan.
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 London, P. Davies, 1933.
  312 p. 23 cm.  213-541


Williams, Sir Harold.
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  vii,94 p. 22 cm.  217-513


Williams, Kathleen.
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 Lawrencee, Univ. of Kansas Press, c.1958.
 238 p. 24 cm.  213-540


   Swinburne, Algernon Charles.


Swinburne, Algernon Charles.
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 London, Heinemann, 1924.
  164 p. 18 cm.  215-380


Swinburne, Algernon Charles.
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   Swinnerton, Frank.


Swinnerton , Frank.
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 1938.
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   Synge, John Millington.


Synge, John Millington.
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 1922.
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   Tennyson, Alfred.


Tennyson, Alfred, 1st baron.
  In memoriam. Analysis and notes by
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  xxiii,185 p. 18 cm.  215-405


Tennyson, Alfred, 1st earl.
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 poet laureate. London, Macmi11an, 1926.
  viii,646 p. 19 cm.  215-374


Buckley, Jerome Hamilton.
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  xii,298 p. 22 cm.  213-314


Gransden, K W
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 c.1964.
  72 p. 19 cm. (Studies in English
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Tennyson, Charles.
  Six Tennyson essays. London, Cassell,
 1954.
  ix,197 p. 23 cm.  213-468


   Thackeray, William Makepeace.


Thackeray, William Makepeace.
  [Works] New York, F. F. Lovell [18--]
 10 v. illus. 20 cm.  214-92
  Contents: Vol. 1. The adventures of Philip
 on his way through the world. A shabby
 genteel story. -2. The memoirs of Barry Lyndon.
 Great Hoggarty diamond. Sketches and travels
 in London. Charecter sketches. Men's wives.
 -3. The Christmas books of Mr. M. A. Titmarsh.
 -4. Henry Esmond. Catherine. Denis Duva1.
 Lovel the widower. -5. The history of
 Pendennis. -6. The newcomes. -7. The Paris
 sketch book of Mr. A. A. Titmarsh. The Irish
 sketch book. Notes of a journey from Cornhill
 to Grand Cairo. -8. Roundabout papers (from
 the Cornhill magazine) The second funeral of
 Napoleon. The four Georges. The English
 humourists of the eighteenth century.
 Critical reviews and selections from Punch.
 -9. Vanity fair. -10. The Virginians.


Thackeray, William Makepeace.
  Ballads and contributions to 'Punch'
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 George Saintsbury. London, Oxford Univ.
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  xxvi,470 p. illus. 18 cm. (The
 Oxford Thackeray with illustrations )
  218-118


Thackeray, William Makepeace.
  Catherine, A shabby genteel story, The
 second funeral of Napoleon and miscellanies,
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  xxii,555 p. illus. 18 cm. (The Oxford
 Thackeray with illustrations.)  217-593


Thackeray, William Makepeace.
  Contributions to the Morning Chronicle,
 ed. by Gordon N. Ray. Urbana, Univ. of
 Illinois Press, 1955.
  xix,213 p. port. 24 cm.  218-93


Thackeray, William Makepeace.
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 boodle papers, Men's Wives, etc., ed. by
 George Saintsbury. London, Oxford Univ.
 Press, [n. a.]
  ix,503 p. illus. 18 cm. (The Oxford
 Thackeray with illustrations)  217-592


Thackeray, William Makepeace.
  The history of Henry Esmond, esq.
 New York, Random House, c.1950.
  xxxvii,615 p. 19 cm. (The modern
 library college ed.)  217-590


Thackeray, William Makepeace.
  The letters and private papers of William
 Makepeace Thackeray. Collected and edited
 by Gordon N. Ray. Cambridge, Harvard Univ.
 Press, 1945-46.
 4 v. port. 25 cm.  219-81
  Contents: -Vol. 1. 1817-1840. -Vol. 2.
 1841-1851. -Vol. 3. 1852-1856. -Vol. 4.
 1857-1863.


Thackeray, William Makepeace.
  The memoirs of Barry Lyndon, Esq., and
 the miscellaneous papers written between
 1843 and 1847. Ed., with an introd. by
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  xxii,654 p. illus. 18 cm. (The Oxford
 Thackeray with illustrations )  218-117


Thackeray, William Makepeace.
  The newcomes; memoirs of a most
 respectable family, ed. by George
 Saintsbury. London, Oxford Univ. Press,
 [1864]
  2 v. illus. port. 18 cm. (The Oxford
 Thackeray with illustrations)  217-595


Thackeray, William Makepeace.
  Vanity fair; a novel without a hero.
 New York, Random House, c.1950.
  xxvi,730 p. illus. 19 cm. (Modern
 library)  217-591


Thackeray, Wi11iam Makepeace.
  Vanity fair. Introduction and notes by
 Michael Macmillan. London, Macmillan,
 1924.
  xxvi,795 p. illus. 18 cm. (Macmillan's
 English classics)  217-594


Thackeray, William Makepeace.
  The yellowplugh papers euld early
 miscellanies. Ed. by George Saintsbury.
 London, Oxford Univ. Press, [n. d.]
  xlvii,608p. illus. 18 cm. (The
 Oxford Thackeray with illustrations)
  218-116


Dodds, John W.
  Thackeray: a critical portrait.
 New York, Russell & Russell, 1963.
  viii,257p. port. 23 cm.
  213-625


Elwin, Malcolm.
  Thackeray, a personality. London,
 J. Cape, 1932.
  410 p. port. 23 cm.  213-621


Fuller, Hester Thackeray, & Hammersley,
 Violet, ed.
  Thackeray 's daughter; some recollections
 of Anne Thackeray Ritchie. Dublin,
 Euphorion Books, 1952.
  182 p. port. 19 cm.  213-685


Could, Jean.
  Young Thack (William Makepeace Thackeray)
 Boston, H. Mifflin, 1949.
  vi,276 p. illus. 22 cm.  213-358


Greig, John Young Thomson.
  Thackeray, a reconsideration. London,
 Oxford Univ. Press, 1950.
  vii,215 p. 22 cm.  213-620


Loofbourow, John.
  Thackeray and the form of fiction.
 Princeton. The Univ. Press, 1964.
  v,236 p. 23 cm.  213-405


Merivale, Herman Charles , & Marzials, Frank
 Thomas.
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  255,xxiii p. 18 cm. (Great Writers)
  213-666


Melville, Lewis.
  William Makepeace Thackeray; a biography
 including hitherto uncollected letters &
 speeches & a bibliography of 1300 items.
 With 2 photogravure portraits a numerous
 other illustrations. London, Bodley Head,
 1910.
  2 v. port. 23 cm.  213-103A


Ray, Gordon N.
  The buried life; a study of the relation
 between Thackeray's ficticon and his
 personal history. London, Oxford Univ.
 Press, 1952.
  vi,148 p., 1 fold. 22 cm.  213-500


Ray, Gordon N.
  Thackeray; the age of wisdom, 1847-1863.
 New York, McGraw-Hill, c.1958.
  xiii,523 p. 22 cm.  213-441


Ray, Gordon N.
  Thackeray; the uses of adversity, 1811-
 1846. New York, McGraw-Hill, c.1955.
  xiii,537p. pl., port. 22cm.  213-441


Stevenson, Lionel.
  The showman of vanity fair; the life of
 William Makepeace Thackeray. London,
 Chapman, 1947.
  405 p. 24 cm.  213-461


Tillotson, Geoffrey.
  Thackeray, the novelist. cambridge,
 The Univ. Press, 1954.
  xv,311 p. 21 cm.  213-472


Trollope, Anthony.
  Thackeray. London, Macmillan, 1909.
  vi,216 p. 18 cm. (English men of
 letters)  213-667


Whibley, Charles.
  William Makepeace Thackeray. New York,
 Dodd, Mead, 1903.
  253 p. 20 cm. (Modern English writers)
  213-668


   Thompson, Francis.


Thompson, Francis.
  Selected poems of Francis Thompson.
 With a biographical note by Wilfrid
 Meynell. London, Burns, Oates &
 Washbourne , 1923.
  xix,142p. port. 20 cm.  215-385


   Thomson, James.


Thomson, James.
  The complete poetical works of James
 Thomson. Ed., With notes by J. Logie
 Robertson. London, Oxford Univ. Press,
 1908.
  xxiii,516 p. port. 19 cm. (Oxford
 edition)  215-426


   Thoreau, Henry David.


Thoreau, Henry David.
  Walden, and other writings of Henry
 David Thoreau. Edited, with an introd.
 by Brooks Atkinson. Foreword by Townsend
 Scudder. New York, Random House, 195O.
  xxiv,732 p. 19 cm. (Modern Library
 college editions 735)  218-163


   Trilling, Lionel.


Trilling, Lionel.
  The liberal imagination; essays on
 literature and society. New York,
 Doubleday, 1953.
  289 p. 18 cm. (A Doubleday anchor
 books)  218-111


Trilling, Lione1.
  The opposing self; nine essays in
 criticism. New York, Viking Press, 1959.
  xv,232 p. 20 cm.  218-112


   Trollope, Anthony.


Trollope, Anthony.
  The letters of Anthony Trollope. Ed. by
 Bradford Allen Booth. London, Oxford Univ.
 Press, 1951.
  xxx,519 p. 21 cm.  219-82


Trollope, Anthony.
  The Macdermotes of Ballycloran.
 New ed. London, Chapman & Hall, 1866.
  364 p. 19 cm.  217-780


Bowen, Elizabeth.
  Anthony Trollope; a new judgement. New
 York, Oxford Univ. Press, 1946.
 35 p. port. 16 cm.  213-307


Brown, Beatrice Curtis.
  Anthony Trollope. London, A. Barker,
 1950.
  107 p. 19 cm. (The English novelists)
 Bibliog.: p. 103.  213-592


Cockshut, A 0 J
  Anthony Trollope; a critical study.
 London, Collins, 1955.
  256 p. port. 22 cm.  213-325


Sadleir, Michael.
  Trollope; a commentary. London, Constable,
 1927.
  ix,432 p. 23 cm.  213-448


Stebbins, Lucy Poate, & Stebbins, Richard
 Poate.
  The Trollopes; the chronicle of a writing
 family. New York, Columbia Univ. Press,
 l945.
  394 p. port. 23cm.  213-457


Walpole, Hugh.
  Anthony Trollope. London, Macmillan,
 1928.
  vii,205 p. 20 cm.  213-479


   Twain, Mark.


Twain, Mark.
  The adventures of Huckleberry Finn
 (Tom Sawyer's comrade) New York, Harper,
 c.1917.
  405 p. illus., port. 20 cm.  217-50A


Twain, Mark.
  The man that corrupted Hadleyburg;
 and other stories and sketches. London,
 Chatto & Windus, 1922.
 414 p. 18 cm.  217-760


Twain, Mark. psued.
  The prince and the pauper. London,
 Chatto & Windus, [n. d.]
  viii,278 p. 19 cm.  217-824


   Vanbrugh, Sir John.


Vanbrugh, Sir John.
  Sir John Vanbrugh. Ed. with an introd.
 and notes by A. E. H. Swain. London,
 E. Benn, 1949.
  501 p. table. 19 cm.  215-371
  Bibliog.: p. 9-12.


   Vaughan, Henry.


Vanghan, Henry.
  Poems of Henry Vaughan, Silurist. Ed. by
 E. K. Chambers. With an introd. by Canon
 Beeching. London, G. Routledge & sons
 [19--]
  2 v. 16 cm. (The muses' library)
  215-322


   Walpore, Horace.


Walpole, Horace.
  The castle of Otranto. With Sir Walter
 Scott's introduction & preface by Caroline
 Spurgeon. London, Chatto & Windus, 1930.
  lxiv,159 p. port. 18 cm.  217-511


Walpole, Horace.
  Select letters of Horace Walpole.
 London, G. Bell, 1927.
  xx,385 p. 17 cm.  219-98


Stuart, Dorothy Margaret.
  Horace Walpole. London, Macmillan, 1927,
  x,229 p. 2O cm. (Eng1ish men of letters)
  213-465


   Walpore, Hugh.


Walpole , Hugh.
  The Cathedral; a novel. London,
 Macmillan , 1931.
  viii,531 p. 18 cm.  217-692


Walpole, Hugh,
  The dark forest. London, Hart-Davis,
 1949.
  272 p. 19 cm.  217-691


Walpole, Hugh.
  Fortitude; a romance. London,
 Macmillan, 1919.
  432 p. 19 cm.  217-695


Walpole, Sir Hugh Seymour.
  Jeremy and Hamlet; a chronicle of
 certain incidents in the lives of a boy,
 a dog, and a country town. London,
 Cassell, 1928.
  288 p. 18 cm.  217-714


Walpole, Hugh.
  Judith Paris; a novel. London, Macmillan,
 1931.
  xiii,757 p. 21 cm.  217-696


Walpole, Sir Hugh Seymour.
  Mr. Perrin and Mr. Traill. London,
 J. M. Dent, 1935.
  xix,275 p. 18 cm. (Everyman's library,
 no. 918)  217-306A


Walpole, Sir Hugh Seymour.
  The old ladies. Leipzig, B. Tauchnitz,
 [n. d.]
  264 p. 17 cm. (Collection of British
 and American authors, vo1.4662)
  217-716


Walpole, Hugh.
  Rogue Herries; a novel. London,
 Macmi11an, 1957.
  ix,451 p. 18 cm. (St. Martin's Library)
  217-690


Walpole, Hugh.
  Vanessa. Hamburg, Albatross, c.1934.
 501 p. 18 cm. (The Albatross modern
 continental library, vol. 218)  217-694


Walpole, Hugh.
  Wintersrmoon. New York, Grosset
 [l929]
  446 p. 21 cm.  217-693


Walpole, Sir Hugh Seymour.
  The wooden horse. London, J. M. Dent,
 1914.
  311 p. frontispeace. 18 cm. (The
 Wayfarers library)  217-715


Hart-Davis , Rupert.
  Hugh Walpole; a biography. London.
 Macmi11an, 1952.
 xiv,503p. illus., port. 23 cm.
  213-562
  Bibliog.: p. 484.


   Walton, Izaak.


Walton, Izaak, & Cotton, Charles.
  The compleat angler. London, Oxford
 Univ. Press, 1921.
  xliv,340 p. illus. port. 19 cm.
  218-151


   Ward, Mrs. Humphry.


Ward, Mrs. Humphry.
  Robert Elsmere. London, T. Nelson,
 [n.d.]
 576 p. illus. 16 cm. 217-609


   Webb, Mrs. Mary Gladys(Meredith)


Webb,Mary.
  Precious bane. New York, Random House,
 1926.
  xvi,356 p. 19 cm. (The modern library)
  217-559


   Wells, Herbert George.


Wells, Herbert George.
  Ann Veronica. London, J. M. Dent, 1943.
  xvi,295 p. ]8 cm. (Everyman's library,
 No. 977)  217-305A


Wells, Herbert George.
  The history of Mr. Polly. London, Collins'
 Clear-Type Press. [n.d.]
  282 p. 18 cm.  217-583


Wells, Herbert George.
  The invisible man. London. Collins'
 Clear-Type Press, [n. d.]
  244 p. 18 cm.  217-584


Wells, Herbert George.
  A modern Utopia. London, T. Nelson,
 [n. d.]
 378 p. 19 cm.  217-588


Wells, Herbert George.
  The new machiavelli. London, Collins'
 Clear-Type Press, [n. d.]
  472 p. 18 cm.  217-585


Wells, Herbert George.
  The short stories of H. G. Wells. London,
 E. Benn, 1927.
  1038 p. 19 cm.  217-587


Wells, Herbert George.
  Tono-bungay. London, Collin's Clear-
 Type Press, [n. d.]
  354 p. 18 cm.  217-582


Wells, Herbert George.
  The world of William Clissold; a novel
 at a new angle. New York, G. H. Doran,
 c.1926.
  2 v. 20 cm.  217-586


Brome, Vincent.
  H. G. Wells; a biography. London,
 Longmans, Green, 1951.
  255 p. pl. 23 cm.  213-497
  Bibliog.: p. 241-245.


Nicholson, Norman.
  H. G. Wells. London, A. Barker, 1950.
 105 p. 19 cm. (The English novelists)
  213-442
  Bibliog.: p. 101-102.


   Wesley, John.


Wesley, John.
  The journal of the Rev. John Wesley ...
 London, J. M. Dent & sons [1915-30]
 [vo1. 2 & 3: 1915]
  4 v. 18 cm. (Everyman's library)
  219-95


   Weyman, Stanley.


Weyman, Stanley.
  The house of the wolf; a romance.
 London, E. Nash & Grayson, 1922.
  276 p. 20 cm. (Nash's great novel
 library)  217-883


   Wharton Mrs. Edith Newbold (Jones)


Wharton, Edith Newbold.
  Ethan Frome. Few York, C. Scribner,
 1925.
  195 p. 20 cm.  217-824


Wharton, Mrs. Edith Newbold (Jones)
  A son at the front. London, Macmillan,
 1923.
  365 p. 20 cm. (Macmillan's empire
 library, no. 682)  217-823


   Wilde, Oscar.


Wilde, Oscar.
  The happy prince, and other tales.
 Leipzig, B. Tauchnitz, [n. d.]
  144 p. 17 cm. (Collection of British
 authors, Tauchnitz ed., vol. 4141)
  217-704


Wilde, Oscar.
  A house of pomegranates. Leipzig,
 B. Tauchnitz, [n. d.]
  252 p. 17 cm. (Collection of British
 authors, Taucbnitz ed. , vol. 4095)
  217-705


Wilde, Oscar.
  Intentions. 16. ed. London, Methuen,
 1947.
 263 p. 17 cm.  217-706


Wilde, Oscar.
  The picture of Dorian Gray. London,
 Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent,
 [1891]
  251 p. 17 cm.  217-707


Wilde, 0scar.
  De profundis. 44. ed. London,
 Methuen, 1925.
  151 p. 18 cm.  218-127


Wilde, Oscar.
  Salome, La sainte courtisane,
 A florentine tragedy. 7. ed. London,
 Methuen, 1921.
  xix,180 p. 18 cm.  216-207
  Bibliog.: p. 93-109.


Pearson, Hesketh.
  The life of Osker Wilde. London,
 Methuen, 1954.
  vii,399p. pl., port. 19 cm.  213-581


   Wilson, Angus.


Wilson, Angus.
  Late call. London, Secker & Warburg,
 c.1964.
  316 p. 21 cm.  217-793


   Wilson, Edmund.


Wilson , Edmund.
  The wound and the bow; seven studies
 in literature. New York, Oxford Univ.
 Press, 1947.
  295 p. 22 cm.  218-155


   Wood, Mrs. Henry.


Wood, Mrs. Henry.
  East Lynne. London, T. Nelson, [n. d.]
 iv,497 p. illus. 16 cm.  217-608


   Woolf, Virginia.


Woolf, Virginia.
  The common reader. London, Hogarth Press,
 1948-51 (Ser. 1, 1951. Ser. 2, 1948)
  2 v. 19 cm.  218-148


Woolf, Virginia.
  Jacob's room. London, Hogarth Press,
 1929.
  290 p. l9 cm.  217-411A


Woolf, Virginia.
  Mrs. Dalloway. Leipzig, B. Tauchnitz
 [192-?]
  270 p. 17 cm. (Collection of British
 and American authors, vol. 4867)
  217-346A


Woolf, Virginia.
  Orlando; a biography. Leipzig,
 B. Tauchnitz [19--]
  280 p. 17 cm. (Collection of British
 and American authors, vol.4866)  217-844


Woolf, Virginia.
  To the lighthouse. London, Hogarth Press,
 1930.
  320 p. 19 cm.  217-397A


Woolf, Virginia.
  The waves. Lone.on, Hogarth Press, 1953.
  211 p. 19 cm.  217-34lA


Woolf, Virginia.
  A writer's diary; being extracts from
 the diary of Virginia Woolf. Ed. by
 Leonard Woolf. London, Hogarth Press,
 1954.
  x,372 p. 23 cm.  219-94


Bennett, Joan.
  Virginia Woolf. Cambridge, The Univ.
 Press, 1949.
  viii,131 p. 19 cm.  213-575


Brewster, Dorothy.
  Virginia Woolf. New York, The Univ.
 Press, 1962.
  184 p. 21cm.  213-574
  Bibliog.: p. 173-177.


Chambers, R L
  The novels of Virginia Woolf.
 Edinburgh, Oliver and Boyd, 1947.
  102 p. 19 cm.  217-712


Daiches , David.
  Virginia Woolf. Norfolk, Conn., New
 Directions Books, c.1942.
  169 p. port. 19 cm. (The makers of
 modern leteratnre)  213-572
  Bibliog.: p. 161-163.


Moody, Anthony David.
  Virginia Woolf. Edinburgh, Oliver
 and Boyd, c.1963.
  119 p. 18 cm. (Writers and critics)
  213-572
  Bibliog.: p. 116-119.


Pippett , Aileen.
  The moth and the star; a biography of
 Virginia Woolf. Boston, Little, Brown,
 c.1955.
  x,368 p. port. 22 cm.  213-678


   Woolman, John.


Woolman , John.
  A journal of the life, gospel 1abours
 and Christian experiences , of that faith-
 ful minister of Jesus Christ, John
 Woolman. To which are added, his last
 epistle, and other writings. Phi1adelpha,
 For sale at Friends' Bookstore [1837]
 372 p. 19 cm.  213-537


   Wordsworth Wi11iam.


Wordsworth , William.
  The excursion, preceded by Book I of
 The recluse. Ed. by E. E. Reynolds.
 London , Macmillan , 1935.
  xii,292 p. 16 cm. (Golden Treasury
 series)  215-410


Wordsworth, William, & Coleridge, Samuel
 Taylor.
  Lyrical ballads. The text of the 1798
 edition with the additional 18oo poems and
 the prefaces, edited with introd. , notes
 and appendices by R. L. Brett and A. R.
 Jones. London, Methuen, 1965.
 L,345 p. 21 cm.  215-324


Wordsworth, William.
  Poems. A selection edited by
 Edward Dowden. Boston, Ginn, c.1897.
  cxvii,522p. port. 19 cm. (The
 Athenaeum press series) 215-402


Wordsworth, William.
  Poems of Wordsworth. Chosen and edited
 by Matthew Arnold London, Macmillan, 1965.
  xxxi,331 p. 16 cm. (Golden treasury
 series)  215-401


Wordworth, William.
  The poetical works of William Wordsworth.
 With introd. and notes. Ed. by Thomas
 Eutchinson. London, Oxford Univ. Press,
 1923.
  xxiii,986 p. port. 19 cm.  215-398


Wordsworth, William.
  The prelude. Ed. by E. E. Reynolds.
 London, Macmillan, 1932.
  xvi,240 p. 16 cm. (Golden treasury
 series)  215-409


Wordsworth , William.
  The prelude; or, Growth of a poet's mind.
 Ed. from the manuscripts with introduction,
 textual and critical notes, by Ernest de
 Selincourt. London, Oxford Univ. Press,
 1950.
  lxii,614 p. facs., port. 23 cm.
  215-325


Wordsworth, William.
  The prelude; or, Growth of a poet's
 mind. (Text of 1805) Edited from the
 manuscripts with introd. and notes by
 Ernest de Selincourt. Rev. impression.
 London, Oxford Univ. Press, 1964.
  xxxix,327 p. 19 cm.  215-439


Bateson, Frederick Wils.
  Wordsworth ; a re-interpretation.
 London, Longmans, Green, 1954.
 ix,227 p. 23 cm.  213-216A


Beatty, Arthur.
  William Wordsworth., his doctrine and
 art in their historical relations. 3. ed.
 Madison, Univ. of Wisconsin Press, 1962.
  310 p. 22 cm.  213-614


Danby, John Francis.
  William Wordsworth ; The prelude and
 other poems. London, E. Arnold, 1963.
  61 p. 19 cm. (Studies in English
 literature, no. 10)  215-4ll


Darbishire, Helen.
  The poet Wordsworth; the Clark lectures
 [at] Trinity College, Cambridge, 1949.
 Oxford, Clarendon, 1950.
 vi,182 p. 19 cm.  213-134A


Ferry, David..
  The limits of mortality; an essay on
 Wordsworth's major poems. Middletown, Conn.,
 Wesleyan Univ. Press. 1965.
 xi,181 p. 24 cm.  215-315


Garrod. Heathcote Wi11iam.
  Wordsworth; lectures and essays. Oxford,
 Clarendon , 1963.
  231 p. 19 cm,  213-130A


Grierson, Sir Herbert J. C.
  Milton & Wordsworth, poets and prophets ;
 a study of their reactions to political
 events. London, Chatto a Windus, 1960.
  x,185 p. 23 cm.  212-4OA


King, Alec.
  Wordsworth and the artist's vision; an
 essay in interpretation. London, Athlone
 Press, 1966.
  vi,180 p. 21 cm.   215-368


Lacey, Norman.
  Wordsworth's view of nature and its
 ethical consequences. Hamden, Conn. , Archon
 Books, 1965.
 viii,128 p. 23 cm.  213-397


Lindenberger, Herbert.
  On Wordsvorth's Prelude. Princeton, The
 Univ. Press, 1963.
  xix,316 p. 23 cm.  217-495


Marsh, Florence.
  Wordsworth's imagery; a study in poetic
 vision. Hamden, Archon Books, 1963.
  xi,146 p. 24 cm.  213-414


Masson, Rosaline.
  Wordsworth. London, T. C. & E. C. Jack
 [n. d.]
  94 p. port. 17 cm.  213-613


Moorman, Mary.
  William Wordsworth; a biography. The early
 years, 1770-1803. The later years, 1803-1850.
 Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1965.
  2 v. port. 23 cm.  213-219A


Myers, Frederic William Henry.
  Wordsworth. London, Macmillan, 1909.
  189 p. 18 cm. (English men of letters)
  213-612


Perkins, David.
  Wordsworth and the poetry of sincerity.
 Cembridge, Mass. , Belknap Press, 1964.
  viii,285 p. 22 cm.  215-171A


Read, Herbert.
  Wordsworth. London, Faber and Faber,
 1930.
  194 p. port. 23 cm.  213-133A


Schneider, Ben Ross.
  Wordsworth's Cambridge education.
 Cambridge, The Univ. Press, 1957.
 xi,298 p. pl. 23 cm.  213-515


Todd, Francis Murray.
  Politics and the poet; a study of
 Wordsworth. London, Methuen, 1957.
  238 p. port. 23 cm.  213-229A


   Wycherley, William


Wycherley, William.
  William Wycherley. Ed. with introd.
 and notes by W. C. Ward. London, T.
 Fisher Unwin [1896]
  xlviii,508 p. port. 18 cm. (The
 mermaid series)  216-226
  Contents: Love in a wood; or, St. James's
 Park. The gentleman dancing master. The
 country wife. The plain dealer.


   Yeats William Butler.


Yeats, William Butler.
  The collected poems of W. B. Yeats.
 Definitive ed. , with the author's final
 revisions. New York, Macmillan, 1958.
  xv,480 p. port. 22 cm.  215-326


Yeats, William Butler.
  Early poems and stories. London,
 Macmillan, 1925.
  x,528 p. 20 cm.  214-11A
  Contents: crossways(1889), The rose
 (1893), The Celtic twilight(1893), The
 secret rose(1897), Stories of Red
 Hanrahan, Rosa Alchemica.


Yeats , William Butler.
  Plays in prose and verse written for an
 Irish theatre, and generally with the help
 of a friend. London, Macmillan, 1926.
  ix,447 p. 20 cm.  216-31A


Ellman, Richard.
  Yeats; the man and the masks. London,
 Macmillan, 1949.
  ix,336 p. port. 23 cm.  213-347


Parkinson, Thomas.
  W. B. Yeats self-critic; a study of his
 early verse. Berkeley, Univ. of Calif.
 Press, 1951.
  viii,202 p. 23 cm.  213-l36A


   Yonge, Charlotte M.


Yonge, Charlotte M.
  The heir of Redclyffe. London,
 J. M. Dent, 1909.
  xi,574 p. 18 cm. (Everyman's library)
  217-814


2.3. Other Literatures.


Goethe, Johann Wolfgang. von.
  The pedagogic province; or, An outline
 of a scheme of education. Being Extracts
 from Carlyle's translation of Goethe's
 "Wilhelm Meister's travels", or "The
 renunciants". London, Chapman, 1904.
  36 p. 19 cm.  217-702
  Reprinted for sale at The Carlyle House
 from the people's edition of Carlyle's
 works.

Horatius Flaccus, Quintus.
  The works of Horace. Rendered into
 English prose, with introd. runing
 analysis, notes and an index, by James
 Lonsdale and Samuel Lee. London,
 Macmillan, 1923.
  vi,274 p. 19 cm. (The globe ed.)
  281-34


Kingsley, Charles.
  The heroes, or, Greek fairy tales for
 my children. London, Oxford Univ. Press,
 1919.
  xii,175 p. illus. 19 cm.  281-35


Maurois, Andre.
  Arie1; a Shelley romance. Tr. by Ella
 D'Arcy. London Penguin Books, 1936.
 252 p. 18 cm. (Penguin books)  237-239


Montaigne, Michel Eyquem de.
  The essayes of Montaigne. John Florio's
 translation. Introd. by J. I. M. Stewart.
 New York, Modern Library, [n. d.]
  xxvii,1035 p. 21 cm. (The modern
 library of the world's best books)  238-22


Quevedo y Villegas, Francisco Gomez de.
  The choice humorous and satirical works.
 Tr. into English by Sir Roger L'Estrange,
 John Stevens and others. Rev. and ed.,
 with an introd., notes, and a version of
 The life of the great rascal (Vida del
 Buscon) by Charles Duff. London, Routledge,
 [1926]
  xlvii,407 p. 23 cm. (Broadway
  translations)  282-28


Vergilius Maro, Publius.
  The works of Virgil. Rendered into
 English prose, with introd. running
 analysis notes and an index, by James
 Lonsdale and Samuel Lee. London,
 Macmillan, 1929.
  310 p. 19 cm. (The globe ed.)  281-33


2.4. Language.


Lewis, Clive Staples.
  Studies in words. Cambridge, The Univ.
 Press, 1960.
  vii,239 p. 21 cm.  240-15


Sweet, Henry.
  Angle-Saxon primer; with grammar,
 notes, and glossary. 8. ed., rev.
 Oxford, Clarendon, 1931.
  ix,116 p. 18 cm  256-34


Sweet, Henry.
  An Anglo-Saxon reader in prose and verse;
 with grammar, metre, notes and glossary.
 9. ed. Rev. by C. T. Onions, Oxford,
 Clarendon, 1933.
  ciii,310 p. 19 cm.  256-35


2.5. Fine Arts.


Reynolds, Sir Joshua.
  Discourses on art. Delivered to the
 students of the Royal Academy. London,
 G. Routledge, [1904]
 248 p. 16 cm.  290-74


Rothenstein, John.
  An introduction to English painting. 4. ed
 London, Cessell, 1951.
 x,150p. pl. 23 cm.  291-37


Ruskin, John.
  Modern painters; a volume of selections.
 London, T. Nelson, [n. d.]
  viii,383 p. 16 cm.  291-36


Trusler, John, &c.
  The works of William Hogarth with
 descriptions and explanations. By John
 Trusler, John Nichols & John Ireland.
 London, Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton,
 Kent, [n. d.]
  326 p. i11us. 22 cm.  291-38


3. History. Biography. Geography.


Adams , Henry.
  Mont-Saint-Michel and Chartres. With
 an introd. by Ralph Adams Cram. New
 York, Doubleday, 1959.
  xvi,455 p. pl. 18 cm. (A Doubleday
 anchor book)  309-12


Bartholomew, John George.
  A literary a historical atlas of
 America. London, J. M. Dent, [n. d.]
  xiv,231 p. map. 18 cm. (Everyman's
 library)  375-5


Breasted, James Henry.
  Ancient times; a history of the early
 world; a introduction to the study of
 ancient history and the career of early
 man. Boston, Ginn, c.1916.
  xx,742 p. illus., map, pl., port.
  20 cm.  310-21


Briggs, Asa.
  The age of improvement 1783-1867. London,
 Longmans, 1963.
  547 p. 23 cm. (A history of England in
 ten volumes)  341-73


Brooke, Iris, & Laver, James.
  English costume of the eighteenth century.
 Drawn by Iris Brooke. Described by James
 Laver. London, A. & C. Black, 1931.
  87 p. illus. 24 cm.  392-1


Butler, James Ramsay Montagu.
  A history of England, 1815-1918.
 London, T. Butterworth, 1928.
 252 p. 17 cm. (The home university
 library of modern knowledge) 341-87


Byrne, Muriel St. Clare.
  Elizabethan life in town and country.
 London, Methuen, c.1961.
  xi,340 p. illus., pl. 21 cm.
  (University paperbacks)  341-4
  Bibliog.: p. [324-334.


Carlyle , Thomas.
  History of Friedrich II of Prussia
 called Frederick the Great. London,
 chapman and Hall, 1916-20.
  5 v. map, pl., port. 18cm. (The
 Edinburgh edition)  351-20


Connely, Willard.
  Beau Nash; Monarch of Bath and Tunbridge
 Wells. London, W. Laurie, 1955.
  viii,184 p. port. 23 cm.  357-24


Early Victorian England, 1830-1865. [Ed.
 by G. M. Young] London, Oxford Univ.
 Press, 1951.
  2 v. pl. 25 cm.  341-70


Froude, Jemes Anthony.
  The Earl of Beaconsfield. London,
 J. M. Dent, 1914.
  xiv,267 p. 18 cm. (Everyman's
 library, no. 666)  353-28


George, Mrs. Mary Dorothy.
  England in transition; life and work in
 the eighteenth century. London, Routledge,
 1931
  vii,229 p. pl. 20 cm.  34l-47A


Gooch, Georg Peabody.
  History of our time, 1885-1913.
 London, Williams & Norgate, 1927.
  253 p. 17 cm. (The home university
 library of modern knowledge, vo1. 23)
  338-26


Green, John Richard.
  A short history of the English people.
 Rev. and enl. , with epilogue by Alice
 Stopford Green. With maps and tables.
 London, Macmillan, 1929.
  lv,1040 p. map 20 cm.  341-85


Gregg, Pauline.
  A social and economic history of Britain
 1760-1950. London, G. G. Harrap, 1950.
 584 p. map, pl. 23 cm.  341-74
  Contents: -pt. 1. The rise of the middle
 classes. -2. The rise of the working
 classes. -3. A century of social reform.


Halevy, Elie.
  A history of the English people
 in the nineteenth century. Tr. from the
 French by E.I. Watkin [&c.] London,
 Ernest Benn, 1961.
  6 v. 21 cm.  341-14A


Macaulay, Thomas Babington.
  The history of England from the accession
 of James II. London, J. M. Dent, 1906.
 3 v. l8 cm. (Everyman's library)  341-84


Myers, Philip van Ness.
  General history. 2. rev. ed. Boston,
 Ginn, c.1927.
  xiv,728,xxxiii p. illus., maps port.
 20 cm.  306-49


   和書の部


亜比斯尼亜国王子 刺西拉斯経歴書 4版
  Johnson, Samuel. 著 渡辺松茂 訳
  積善館 明治28


饗庭篁村全集
  春陽堂 昭和3


(牛店雑談)安愚楽鍋〜一名奴論建〜
 初編, 2編上,下
  仮名垣魯文 著
  誠心堂 明治3


芥川龍之介
  中村真一郎 著
  要書房 昭和29


芥川龍之介
  吉田精一 著
  河出書房 昭和31


「欺かざるの記」その他
  国木田独歩 著
  創芸社 昭和28


欺かざるの記 前篇上下 後篇上下
  国木田独歩 著
  河出書房 昭和28


芥川龍之介全集 全20冊
  岩波書店 昭和29〜30


(政治小説)梅蕾余談
  Scott, Sir Walter. 著 跡部素山 校閲
  春陽堂 明治20


美妙選集 上,下
  山田美妙 著 柳田泉 等編
  立命館出版部 昭和10


美妙集
  山田美妙 著
  春陽堂 明治43


美妙叢書
  山田美妙 著
  博文館 明治44


牡丹燈籠
  三遊亭円朝 述 若林坩蔵 筆記
  鶴声社 明治17


文壇五十年
  正宗白鳥 著
  河出書房 昭和30


文壇無駄話
  近松秋江 著
  河出書房 昭和30


文壇的自叙伝
  正宗白鳥 著
  中央公論社 昭和13

文学 第22巻10号 二葉亭四迷
  岩波書店 昭和29


文学 第24巻8号 徳富芦花
  岩波書店 昭和31


文学評論
  夏目漱石 著
  春陽堂 明治42


文学評論
  夏目漱石 著
  漱石全集刊行会 昭和4


「文学界」と西洋文学
  矢野禾積 著
  門書房 昭和26


「文学界」とその時代 上,下
  笹淵友一 著
  明治書院 昭和34〜35


(禿木遺響)文学界前後
  平田禿木 著
  四方木書房 昭和18


「文学論」の比較文学的研究
 〜その発想法について〜
  塚本利明 著
   「日本文学」 1967年6月号の部分


文芸 臨時増刊 夏目漱石読本
  厳谷大四 編
  河出書房 昭和31


文芸五十年史
  杉山平助 著
  鱒書房 昭和18


文芸研究 54集 漱石の研究
  日本文芸研究会 編
  昭和41


文章往来
  宇野浩二 著
  中央公論社 昭和16


病状録
  国木田独歩 著
  新潮社 明治41


病間録
  綱島梁川 著
  金尾文淵堂 明治38


父夏目漱石
  夏目伸六 著
  文芸春秋新杜 昭和31


父夏目漱石 新書版
  夏目伸六 著
  文芸春秋新社 昭和39


父の法要
  夏目伸六 著
  新潮社 昭和37


父漱石とその周辺
  夏目伸六 著
  芳賀書店 昭和42


父藤村と私たち
  島崎翁助 著
  海□書店 昭和22


(春暁撹眠)癡人之夢
  須藤光暉 著
  青堂書店 明治2


潮流 16号
  潮流編集委員会 編
  芸術かながわ 昭和41


昆太利物語 上,中篇
  Disraeli, Benjamin. 著
  福地源一郎, 塚原靖 訳
  嵩山房 明治26


同時代の作家たち
  広津和郎 著
  新潮社 昭和27


独歩集〔第一〕第二
  国木田独歩 著
  彩雲閣 昭和41


独歩と武蔵野
  斎藤弔花 著
  晃文社 昭和17


江戸ばなし 2.6.7.9.10.12.13.17.19.20
  三田村鳶魚 著
  青蛙書房 昭和31〜35


江戸小町
  南翠外史 著
  求光閣 明治31


江戸小説概論
  麻生磯次 著
  山田書院 昭和31


英語教師としての夏目先生
  大島広 著
  「三崎の熊さん」 (同著者)
  の復写〔昭和33〕



  田山花袋 著
  角川書店 昭和31


父子奇遇白浪艶話
  Lytton, Edward George Bulwer. 著
  小川漁夫 訳
  礫川出版 明治24


二葉亭四迷伝
  中村光夫 著
  講談社 昭和32


二葉亭四迷全集 1〜2, 5〜8
  岩波書店 昭和12〜13


二葉亭四迷全集 1〜16, 二葉亭案内
  岩波書店 昭和28〜29


二葉亭全集 1〜3
  長谷川四迷 著
  東京朝日新聞社 大正7〜8


蒲団・重右衛門の最後
  田山花袋 著
  新潮社 昭和30


風俗小説論 6版
  中村光夫 著
  河出書房 昭和26


学宛〜文学と家政〜 305号
  昭和女子大学光葉会 編
  昭和40


我の追求としてのメレデイス
 「エゴイスト」と漱石「明暗」
  久野真吉 著
  〔宮城学院〕 〔昭和26 〕


芸術と実生活
  平野謙 著
  講談社 昭和33


現代日本文学全集 8.84
  筑摩書房
  昭和28〜32


現代日本文学全集 1.41
  改造社 昭和5〜6


軍医森鴎外
  山田弘倫 著
  文松堂書店 昭和18


半峰昔ばなし
  高田早苗 著
  早稲田大学出版部 昭和2


反自然主義文学
  高田瑞穂 著
  明治書院 昭和38



  島崎藤村 著
  新潮社 昭和31


春の夢
  南翠外史 著
  日吉堂 明治26


葉山繁山
  桃水痴史 著
  金桜堂 明治23


樋口一葉
  今井邦子 著
  万里閣 昭和15


樋口一葉
  板垣直子 著
  桃蹊書房 昭和21


(評伝)樋口一葉
  村松定孝 著
  実業之日本社 昭和34


樋口一葉
  和田芳恵 著
  新潮社 昭和29


樋口ー葉研究
  吉田精一 著
  新潮社 昭和31


樋口一葉全集 全6冊
  新世社 昭和16〜17


比較文学〜その概念と研究例〜
  太田三郎 著
  研究社 昭和30


比較文学
  島田謹二 著
  要書房 昭和28


比較文学〜考察と資料〜
  矢野峰人 著
  南雲堂 昭和31


比較文学序説
  中島健蔵 中野好夫 監修
  河出書房 昭和26


比較文学研究 1〜2
  日本比較文学会 編
  矢島書房 昭和29〜31


比較文学的散歩
  益田道三 著
  研究社 昭和31


雛黄■
  須藤光暉 著
  正文堂 明治21


北狄 第26号
  星野富一郎 編
  北狄社 昭和34


泡鳴五部作 上,下巻
  岩野泡鳴 著
  新潮社 昭和30


翻訳文学
  島田謹二 著
  至文堂 昭和26


一葉に与へた手紙
  樋口悦 編
  今日の問題社 昭和18


一葉の日記
  和田芳恵 著
  筑摩書房 昭和31


一葉全集 1〜7
  樋口一葉 著 塩田良平 和田芳恵 編
  筑摩書房 昭和28〜31


妹背かがみ 再版
  春の舎おぼろ 著
  三友杜 明治22


隠君子
  南翠外史 著
  春陽堂 明治23

岩波文庫 岩波書店
  愛弟通信(国木田独歩) 昭和15
  赤彦歌集(島木赤彦 著 斎藤茂吉,
   久保田不二子 選) 昭和14
  あらくれ(徳田秋声) 昭和31
  牡丹燈籠(三遊亭円朝) 昭和30
  千曲川のスケッチ(島崎藤村) 昭和14
  注文帳・白鷺(泉鏡花) 昭和29
  鴛駕帳(泉鏡花) 昭和30
  蒲団・一兵卒(田山花袋) 昭和30
  長谷川天渓文芸評論集 昭和30
  火の柱(木下尚江) 昭和30
  不如帰(徳富芦花) 昭和32
  黴(徳田秋声) 昭和30
  小鳥の巣(鈴木三重吉) 昭和15
  高野聖・眉かくしの霊(泉鏡花) 昭和35
  桑の実(鈴木三重吉) 昭和11
  魔風恋風 前、後篇(小杉天外) 昭和28〜29
  南小泉村(真山青果) 昭和28
  武蔵野(国木田独歩) 昭和25
  日本橋(泉鏡花) 昭和31
  日本の近代小説(中村光夫) 昭和29
  大石良雄(野上弥生子) 昭和3
  思出の記 上、下(徳富健次郎) 昭和30
  婦系図 前、後篇(泉鏡花) 昭和30〜31
  老子(武内義雄訳注) 昭和13
  良人の自白 前,中,後篇(木下尚江)
   昭和29〜31
  良人の自白 続編(木下尚江) 昭和30
  生(田山花袋) 昭和15
  雪中梅(末広鉄腸 著 小林智賀平 校訂)
   昭和27
  社会百面相 上、下(内田魯庵) 昭和29
  塩原多助一代記(三遊亭円朝) 昭和32
  足跡(徳田秋声) 昭和26
  漱石詩注(吉川幸次郎) 昭和42
  爛(徳田秋声)昭和28
  耽溺(岩野泡鳴) 昭和30
  辰巳巷談・通夜物語(泉鏡花) 昭和29
  照葉狂言(泉鏡花) 昭和31
  時は過ぎゆく(田山花袋) 昭和27
  当世書生気質(坪内逍遥) 昭和12
  植村正久文集(植村正久 著 斎藤勇 編)
   昭和14
  歌行燈(泉鏡花) 昭和30
  夜行巡査・外科室(泉鏡花) 昭和31
  湯島詣(泉鏡花) 昭和31


泉鏡花
  村松定孝 著
  河出書房 昭和29


自治論 上巻
  Lieder, Francis. 著 林董 訳
  回春堂 明治13


自己中心 明治文壇史
  江見水蔭 著
  博文堂 昭和2


自由民権思想家と言文一致運動
  山本正秀 著
  至文堂  「匡語と国文学」 11月号の部分、
  昭和37


上等佳言 娯目数誌 再版
  妙々亭自笑居士 集録 痩々亭骨皮道人 補助
  大川屋 明治26


拾弐文豪1.2.4  1〜5版
  民友社 明治26


蝸牛庵訪問記〜露伴先生の晩年〜
  小林勇 著
  岩波書店 昭和31


海潮音〜上田敏訳詩集〜
  上田敏 編訳
  新潮社 昭和30


開巻驚奇龍動鬼談 複写本
  Lytton, Edward George Bulwer. 著
  井上勤 訳
  弘通書店 明治13


回想の島崎藤村
  田中宇一郎 著
  四季社 昭和30


佳人之奇遇 1〜10
  東海散士 著
  博文堂 明治19〜24


花間鶯
  末広重恭 著
  金港堂 明治20〜21


柿の蔕
  坪内逍遥 著
  中央公論社 昭和8


上方文学と江戸文学
  藤村作 著
  至文堂 大正13


間一髪
  南翠外史 著
  金尾文淵堂 明治38


(欧洲奇事)花柳春話 1〜3 附録
  Lytton, Edward George Bulwer. 著
  丹羽純一郎 訳
  坂上半七 明治11〜12


(通俗)花柳春話
  Lytton, Edward George Bulwer. 著
  丹羽純一郎 訳
  坂上半七 明治17


硯友社の文学
  伊狩章 著
  塙書房 昭和36


硯友社の文学運動
  福田清人 著
  山海堂 昭和8


硯友社の文学運動
  福田清人 著
  巧芸社 昭和24


現友社と紅葉
  江見水陰 著
  改造社 昭和2


近代文体発生の史的研究
  山本正秀 著
  岩波書店 昭和40


近代比較文学
  島田謹二 著
  光文社 昭和31


近代日本文学のなりたち
  瀬沼茂樹 著
  河出書房 昭和29


近代日本文学の展望
  片岡良一 著
  中央公論社 昭和17

近代日本文学の展望
  佐藤春夫 著
  講談社 昭和25

近代日本文学とキリスト教
  佐古純一郎 著
  有信堂 昭和39


近代日本の作家と作品
  片岡良一 著
  岩波書店 昭和15


近代日本の思想家 6 夏目漱石
  瀬沼茂樹 著
  東京大学出版会 昭和41


近代日本浪漫主義研究
  吉田精一 著
  東京修文館 昭和18


近代の小説
  田山花袋 著
  大東出版社 昭和16


近代耽美派〜心象と方法〜
  高田瑞穂 著
  塙書房 昭和42


近世作家研究
  中村幸彦 著
  三一書房 昭和35


近世生活と国文学
  麻生磯次 著
  至文堂 大正14


近世小説 上,中,下
  山口剛 著
  創元社 昭和16


近世小説史の研究
  中村幸彦 著
  桜楓社 昭和36


帰省
  宮崎八百吉 著
  民友社 明治31


(欧洲奇話)奇想春史 1〜3
  Lytton, Edward George Bulwer. 著
  丹羽純一郎 訳 服部誠一 校閲
  山中市兵衝 明治12


北村透谷〜自由と平和・愛と死〜
  坂本浩 著
  至文堂 昭和32


北村透谷
  笹淵友一 著
  福村書店 昭和25


北村透谷研究
  平岡敏夫 著
  有精堂 昭和42


幸田露伴
  柳田泉 著
  真善美社 昭和22


行人
  夏目漱石 著
  大倉書店 大正3


此処やかしこ そのほか
  坪内逍遥 著
  早稲田大学国文学会 昭和31


紅葉全集 1〜6 17〜39版
  尾崎紅葉 著
  博文館 大正14〜昭和2


国木内独歩
  坂本浩 著
  三省堂 昭和17

国木田独歩と其周囲
  斎藤弔花 著
  小学館 昭和18

国木田独歩全集 1〜2, 5〜7
  鎌倉文庫 昭和21〜23


薫衣香
  南翠外史 著
  金桜堂 明治26


(訓蒙)窮理図解 2版
  福沢諭吉 著
  慶応義塾同社 明治4

旧友芥川龍之介
  垣藤恭 著
  河出書房 昭和28


満春露 5版
  南翠外史 著
  春陽堂 明治25


明治文壇回顧録
  後藤宙外 著
  河出書房 昭和29


明治文壇の人々
  馬場孤蝶 著
  東西出版 昭和23


明治文学〜考証随想〜
  本間久雄 著
  新樹社 昭和40


明治文学十二講
  宮島新三郎 著
  新誌壇社 大正14


明治文学研究 1.2.5
  柳田泉 著
  春秋社 昭和35〜41


明治文学研究文献総覧
  岡野他家夫 著
  富山房 昭和19


明治文学研究誌
  岡野他家夫 著
  東京武蔵野書院 昭和13


明治文学名著全集 2.6.8.9.11
  山口剛 等編
  東京堂 大正15〜昭和2


明治文学の潮流
  水野葉舟 著
  紀元社 昭和19


明治文学史 上・下, 続上・下
  本間久雄 著
  東京堂 昭和12〜39


「明治文学史」後記
  本間久雄 著
  実践文学会 昭和39 実践文学23号の部分


明治文学展望
  木村毅 著
  改造社 昭和3


明治文学史論
  高須芳次郎 著
  日本評論社 昭和9


明治文化全集 14 翻訳文芸篇
  吉野作造 編
  日本評論社 昭和2


明治風俗史 上・下
  藤沢衛彦 著
  三笠書房 昭和16〜17


明治開化綺談
  篠田鉱造 著
  須藤書店 昭和24


明治の文人
  岡野他家夫 著
  雪華社 昭和38


明治の演劇
  岡本綺堂 著
  大東出版 昭和17


明治のおもかげ
  鶯亭金升 著
  山王書房 昭和28


明治の作家
  角川書店 編
  塩田良平 監修
  角川書店 昭和29 (角川写真文庫)


明治の作家
  内田魯庵 若 柳田泉 編
  筑摩書房 昭和17


明治の作家たち 1〜2
  中島健蔵 著
  英宝社 昭和3


明治の精神と近代文学〜夏目漱石「こころ」をめぐって〜
  伊沢元美 著
  「島根大学論集」 (人文科学) 13号抜刷 昭和39


明治の書物・明治の人
  柳田泉 著
  桃源社 昭和38


明治の東京
  馬場孤蝶 著
  中央公論杜 昭和17


明治世相百話
  山本笑月 著
  第一書房 昭和11


(明治文学双刊)明治初期の翻訳文学
  柳田泉 著
  松柏館書店 昭和10


明治小説論
  島方泰助 著
  明治書院 昭和24


明治還魂紙
  笹川臨風 著
  亜細亜社 昭和21


明治大正文学研究 9,15〜18, 23〜24
  東京堂 昭和27〜33


明治大正文学史
  吉田精一 著
  修文館 昭和16


明治大正文学全集 1.2.9.15,17
  春陽堂 昭和3〜6


明治大正の文学人
  前田晃 著
  子屋書房 昭和17


明治大正の文学者
  中村武羅夫 著
  留女書房 昭和24


明治大正の小説家
  日夏耿之助 著
  角川書店 昭和26


明治大正詩史概観 3版
  北原白秋 著
  角川書店 昭和30


みなし児
  南翠外史 著
  春陽堂 明治23


黙移
  相馬黒光 著
  東和堂 昭和25


黙歩70年
  星野天知 著
  聖文閣 昭和13


森鴎外
  石川淳 著
  角川書店 昭和22


森鴎外
  伊藤佐喜雄 著
  大日本雄弁会講談社 昭和19


森鴎外
  森於菟 著
  養徳社 昭和21


森鴎外
  高橋義孝 著
  新潮社 昭和30


むら竹 1,3〜5.
  饗庭篁村 著
  春陽堂 明治25


武蔵野
  国木田独歩 著
  新潮杜 昭和30


内地雑居 未来の夢
  春のやおぼろ 著
  福永書店 大正15

中村光夫評論集〜二葉亭四迷論 他2篇〜
  芝書店 昭和11


夏木立
  山田美妙 著
  金港堂 明治21


夏目先生と私
  出原佃 著
  「学士会会報」 No.691の部分〔昭和4〕

夏目漱石
  江藤淳 著
  東京ライフ社 昭和31


夏目漱石
  唐木順三 著
  修道社 昭和31

夏目漱石
  唐木順三 著
  創文社 昭和42


夏目漱石
  小宮豊隆 著
  岩波書店 昭和13


夏目漱石
  松岡譲 著
  河出書房 昭和28


夏目漱石
  森田草平 著
  甲烏書林 昭和17


(続)夏目漱石
  森田草平 著
  養徳杜 昭和19


夏目漱石
  滝沢克己 著
  乾元社 昭和22


夏目漱石 3版
  山岸外史 著
  弘文堂 昭和17

夏目漱石研究〜日本の近代化と知識人〜創刊号
  思想問題研究会(一橋大学中和寮内)編
  昭和43

夏目漱石「草枕」の構成 〜那美さんの人間像〜
  太田三郎 著
  昭和女子大学光葉会「学苑」の部分 昭和38


夏目漱石の作品
  片岡良一 著
  厚文社 昭和31


「夏目漱石」入門
  荒正人 著
  講談社 昭和42


猫の墓
  夏目伸六 著
  文芸春秋 昭和35


日本文学アルバム 3.5.7.
  筑摩書房 昭和29〜39


日本文学講座 5〜6
  河出書房 昭和30〜31


日本英文学の学統
  矢野峰人 著
  研究社 昭和36

日本芸術思潮 1 〜漱石と則天去私〜
  岡崎義恵 著
  岩波書店 昭和18

日本近代文学 第5集 特集 夏目漱石
  日本近代文学会 編
  三省堂 昭和41


日本近世文学史
  重友毅 著
  岩波書店 昭和25


日本の小説
  生島遼一 著
  白日書院 昭和23


23年未来記
  末広重恭 著
  博文堂 明治19


人間漱石
  金子健二 若
  いちろ社 昭和23


鴎外森林太郎
  森潤三郎 著
  森北書店 昭和17

鴎外の子供たち〜あとに残されたものの記録〜
  森類 著
  光文社 昭和31


鴎外乃思ひ出
  小金井喜美子 著
  八木書店 昭和31


鴎外全集 著作篇 1〜22
  森鴎外 著
  岩波書店 昭和11〜13


思い出の人々
  斎藤勇 著
  新教出版社 昭和40


唖之旅行 前・後・続編 2〜5版
  末広鉄腸 著
  青木嵩山堂 明治24〜25


(政治小説)鶯宿梅
  内村秋風 著
  駸々堂 明治20


(江戸自慢)男一疋
  須藤南翠 著
  博文堂 明治30


追はれる魂〜復活の芦花〜
  前田河広一郎 著
  月曜書房 昭和23


尾崎紅葉
  福田清人 著
  弘文堂 昭和16


尾崎紅葉〜その基礎的研究〜
  岡保生 著
  東京堂 昭和28


尾崎紅葉全集 5.6.9.
  中央公論社 昭和16〜17


露伴翁座談 再版
  塩谷賛 著
  角川書店 昭和27

芦花伝
  前田河広一郎 著
  岩波書店 昭和13


芦花の芸術
  前田河広一郎 著
  輿風館 昭和18


芦花と作品
  斎藤弔花 著
  晃文社 昭和18


芦花全集 1.2.4.8.9.11.13〜20
  徳富健次郎 著
  新潮社 昭和3〜5


浪漫主義文学の誕生〜 「文学会」を焦点とする浪
 漫主義文学の研究〜
  笹淵友一 著
  明治書院 昭和33


「倫敦塔」の構成
  大村喜吉 著
  アテネウム発行所「アテネウム」6号の部分 昭和38


(雨窓漫筆)緑簑談
  南翠外史 著
  改進堂 明治19


(処世写真)緑簑談
  須藤光暉 著
  二書房 明治21

(処世写真)緑簑談
  須藤光暉 著
  野村銀次郎 明治23


(処世写真)緑簑談 序・目次
  須藤光暉 著
  〔二書房刊同書名の複写〕

(縮刷)緑雨全集
  斎藤緑雨 著
  博文堂 大正11


柳北全集
  成島柳北 著
  博文館 明治30


柳浪叢書 前編・後編
  広津柳浪 著
  博文館 明治42〜43


西国立志編 全8冊
  Smiles, Samuel. 著 中村敬太郎 訳
  六書房 明治4


作家以前の漱石
  吉田六郎 著
  勁草書房 昭和41


作家論(一)
  福田恒存 著
  角川書店 昭和27


作家論 1〜2
  正宗白鳥 著
  創文社 昭和16〜17


作家論集 文学と信仰
  亀井勝一郎 著
  文体社 昭和24


作家と歌人
  宇野浩二 著
  全国書房 昭和21


作家と作品
  中村光夫 著
  筑摩書房 昭和22


サクソン王の名残 ハロールド物語
   Lytton, Edward George Bulwer. 著
  磯野徳三郎 訳
  大黒屋書店 明治20


聖人か盗賊か 3版
  Lytton, Edward George Bulwer. 著
  抱一庵主人 訳
  今古堂 明治36


青春の文学
  宇野浩二 著
  文潮社 昭和24

(政治小説)戦後の日本 4版
  末広鉄腸 著
  青木嵩山堂 明治29


(政治小説)雪中梅 10版
  末広鉄腸 著
  嵩山堂 明治26


(政治小説)雪中梅
  末広鉄腸 著
  博文館 明治19


雪中梅と花間鶯
  末広鉄腸 著
  明文館 大正7


思軒全集 巻1 翻訳小説
  森田思軒 著
  金尾文淵堂 明治40


敷島文庫 噂の橘
  柳條亭花彦 著
  稗史出版共隆社 明治19


島崎藤村
  瀬沼茂樹 著
  世界評論社 昭和24


島崎藤村〜その生涯と作品〜
  瀬沼茂樹 著
  塙書房 昭和29


島崎藤村論
  亀井勝一郎 著
  新潮社 昭和31

+下闇
  桃水痴史 著
  金桜堂 明治26


(一頻一笑)新粧之佳人
  須藤光暉 著
  正文堂 明治20


新小説 第14年第6号
  春陽堂 明治42


「白樺派」の文学
  本多秋五 著
  講談社 昭和29


知られざる漱石
  小宮豊隆 著
  弘文堂 昭和26


失意之青年
  佐藤蔵太郎 著
  積善館 明治38


自然主義の研究 上・下
  吉田精一 著
  東京堂 昭和31〜33


自然主義盛衰史
  正宗白鳥 著
  六興出版部 昭和23


書物から見た明治の文芸
  岡野他家夫 著
  東洋堂 昭和18


小説の方法
  伊藤整 著
  河出書房 昭和28


小説神髄 2版
  坪内逍遥 著
  東京堂 昭和25

春風情話 壱篇
  Scott, Sir Walter. 著
  橘顕三 訳
  慶応義塾出版社 明治13


秋声叢書
  徳田秋声 著
  博文堂 明治44


蘇峰自伝
  徳富猪一郎 著
  中央公論社 昭和10


空知川の岸辺
  国木田独歩 著
  新潮社 昭和29


漱石文学の背景
  板垣直子 著
  鱒書房 昭和31


漱石における虚構と真実
  松村達雄 著
  東京大学出版会 「比較文学研究」抜刷

漱石に及ぼした英文学の本質
  杉山和雄 著
  同志社英文学会 「主流」 25号の部分 昭和39


漱石の文芸理論
  栗原信一 著
  帝国図書 昭和19


漱石の病跡 〜病気と作品から〜
  千谷七郎 著
  勁草書房 昭和38


漱石の道程
  高木文雄 著
  審美社 昭和42


漱石の芸術
  小宮豊隆 著
  岩波書店 昭和17

漱石の印税帳
  松岡譲 著
  朝日新聞社 昭和30


漱石の漢詩
  松岡譲 編著
  朝日新聞社 昭和41


漱石の「心」について〜比較文学的考察〜
  原田茂子 著
  東洋大学 「文学論藻」 9号抜刷 昭和32


漱石の思ひ出 附・漱石年譜
  夏目鏡子 著 松岡譲 筆録
  岩波書店 昭和4


漱石のスイフト観について
  海保真夫 君
  「芸文研究」 22号抜刷


漱石覚え書
  柴田宵曲 著
  日本古書通信社 昭和38


漱石先生
  松岡譲 著
  岩波書店 昭和10


漱石山房の記(附・芥川龍之介,田山花袋,
 鈴木三重吉 追慕)
  内田百間 著
  秩父書房 昭和16


漱石氏と私(虚子)
  高浜清 著
  阿蘭陀書房 大正7


〔漱石手沢本写真版〕 6冊
  Extrakts from Hydriotaphia.
  他


〔漱石手沢本写真版〕 65枚
  Walter Raleigh, " Style " 全文


漱石と微笑
  岡崎義恵 著
  生活社 昭和22


漱石と坊っちゃん
  小林孚俊 著
  京都印書館 昭和23


漱石と十弟子
  津田青楓 著
  世界文庫 昭和24


漱石雑記
  小宮豊隆 著
  小山書店 昭和23


〔漱石蔵書の書き込み〕写真版 4冊
  Beauchamp's career , by
  George Meredith. 他

高橋阿伝夜刃譚
  仮名垣魯文 著
  自由閣 明治19


谷間の姫百合 上・下
  Cloy, Bertha M. 著 末松謙澄 訳
  青木嵩山堂 明治43


谷崎潤一郎論
  中村光夫 著
  新潮杜 昭和31


田山花袋研究
  岩永胖 著
  白楊社 昭和31


田山花袋の文学 1 花袋文学の母胎
  柳田泉 著
  春秋社 昭和32


転換期の文学〜江戸から明治へ〜
  興津要 著
  早稲田大学出版部 昭和38

天路歴程
  Bunyan, John. 著 White, W. J. 訳
  基督教書類会社 明治26


照日葵
  須藤南翠 著
  春陽堂 明治21


透谷全集
  北村透谷 著
  博文堂 明治35


透谷全集 1〜3
  北村透谷 著 勝本清一郎 編
  岩波書店 昭和25〜31


透谷全集
  北村透谷 著 島崎藤村 編
  春陽堂 大正11


徳田秋声
  舟橋聖一 著
  弘文堂 昭和16


東京未来繁昌記
  夢遊居士 著
  春陽堂 明治20


東京の三十年
  田山花袋 著
  創元社 昭和24


東京新繁昌記 1〜6
  服部誠一 著
  奎章閣 明治7〜9


虎と獅子
  山田美妙 著
  金港堂書籍 明治35


涛声
  国木田独歩 著
  彩雲閣 明治40


当世商人気質
  饗庭篁村 著
  今古堂 明治20


当世書生気質 2版
  坪内逍遥 著
  東京堂 昭和25


図書 昭和32年2月号
  岩波書店 昭和32


藤村長篇小説叢書 全6冊
  島崎藤村 著
  新潮社 昭和28〜29


藤村の歩める道 3版
  山崎斌 著
  春陽堂 昭和18


藤村の思い出
  島崎静子 著
  中央公論社 昭和25

藤村作品叢書 1〜9
  島崎藤村 著
  新潮社 昭和28〜29


東洋之佳人
  東海散士 著
  博文堂 明治21


坪内逍遥
  河竹繁俊 柳田泉 著
  富山房 昭和14


坪内逍遥〜人とその芸術〜
  本間久雄 著
  松柏社 昭和34


坪内逍遥研究
  坪内士行 著
  早稲田大学出版部 昭和28



  田山花袋 著
  角川書店 昭和31


植村正久著作集 3 文学
  新教出版社 昭和42


わが文学半生記
  江口渙 著
  青木書店 昭和28


若き日の国木田独歩 〜佐伯時代の研究〜
  小野茂樹 著
  アポロン社 昭和34


若き日の島崎藤村 〜若き日の手紙〜
  川崎竹一 著
  信友堂 昭和30


私の今昔物語
  巌谷小波(秀雄) 著
  早稲田大学出版部 昭和3


私の見た明治文壇
  野崎左文 著
  春陽堂 昭和2


山田美妙研究
  塩田良平 著
  人文書院 昭和13


柳橋新誌
  成島柳北 著
  聚芳閣 大正14


柳橋新誌 1〜2
  成島柳北 著
  奎章閣 明治7


横光利一作品集 1〜8
  創元社 昭和26〜27


嫁入り支度に教師三昧
  山田美妙斎 著
  春陽堂 明治23


惨風悲雨世路日記
  菊亭香水 著
  文事堂 明治19


惨風悲雨世路日記
  菊亭香水 著
  薫志堂 明治19


惨風悲雨世路日記
  佐藤蔵太郎 著
  偉業館 明治28


随筆明治文学 正・続
  柳田泉 著
  春秋社 昭和13


一橋大学附属図書館
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