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Boswell's Life of Johnson Abridged and edited, with an introduction by Charles Grosvenor OsgoodBoswell, James, 1740-1795enOsgood, Charles Grosvenor, 1871-1964 [Editor]Johnson, Samuel, 1709-1784; Authors, English -- 18th century; Biography; Lexicographers; Great Britain; Critics2006-05-12
Boswell's Correspondence with the Honourable Andrew Erskine, and His Journal of a Tour to CorsicaBoswell, James, 1740-1795enHill, George Birkbeck Norman, 1835-1903 [Editor]2007-01-04
Life of Johnson, Volume 5 Tour to the Hebrides (1773) and Journey into North Wales (1774)Boswell, James, 1740-1795en2003-12-01
Life of Johnson, Volume 4 1780-1784Boswell, James, 1740-1795en2003-12-01
Life of Johnson, Volume 6 Addenda, index, dicta philosophi, etc.Boswell, James, 1740-1795en2004-03-01
No Abolition of Slavery Or the Universal Empire of Love, A poemBoswell, James, 1740-1795en2007-01-15
A Boswell of Baghdad With DiversionsLucas, E. V. (Edward Verrall), 1868-1938enA Boswell of Baghdad -- Diversions -- On Bellona's hem.2006-12-10
James Boswell Famous Scots SeriesLeask, W. Keith (William Keith), 1857-enBoswell, James, 1740-1795; Authors, Scottish -- 18th century -- Biography; Biographers -- Great Britain -- Biography2009-08-05
Phèdre. EnglishRacine, Jean, 1639-1699enBoswell, Robert Bruce [Translator]Phaedra (Greek mythology) -- Drama; Tragedies1999-11-01
Dr. Johnson and His CircleBailey, John Cann, 1864-1931enJohnson, Samuel, 1709-1784 -- Friends and associates; Boswell, James, 1740-1795 -- Friends and associates; Authors, English -- 18th century -- Biography; Lexicographers -- Great Britain -- Biography; Great Britain -- Intellectual life -- 18th century2007-12-28
Views and Reviews Essays in appreciation: LiteratureHenley, William Ernest, 1849-1903enDickens -- Thackeray -- Disraeli -- Dumas -- Meredith -- Byron -- Hugo -- Heine -- Arnold -- Homer and Theocritus -- Rabelais -- Shakespeare -- Sidney -- Tour neur -- Walton -- Herrick -- Locker -- Banville -- Dobson -- Berlioz -- George Eliot -- Borrow -- Balzac -- Labiche -- Champfleury -- Longfellow -- Tennyson -- Gordon Hake -- Landor -- Hood -- Lever -- Jefferies -- Gay -- Essays and essayists -- Boswell -- Congreve -- Arabian nights entertainments -- Richardson -- Tolstoï -- Fielding.Literature -- History and criticism; English literature -- History and criticism2007-08-08
The Best of the World's Classics, Vol. V (of X) - Great Britain and Ireland IIIenExcerpts from Boswell's "Life of Johnson" A Poet Defined, from the Preface to "Lyrical Ballads" by Wordsworth The Arrival of the Master of Ravenswood, from "The Bride of Lammermoor" by Scott The Death of Meg Merriles, from "Guy Mannering" by Scott A Vision of Rob Roy, from "Rob Roy" by Scott Queen Elizabeth and Amy Robsart at Kenilworth, from "Kenilworth" by Scott The Illness and Death of Lady Scott, from Scott's "Journal" Does Fortune Favor Fools?, from "A Sailor's Fortune" by Coleridge The Destiny of the United States, from the "Table Talk" by Coleridge Nelson's Death at Trafalgar, from the "Life of Nelson" by Southey The Death of Hofer, by Landor Napoleon and Pericles, by Landor Dream Children—A Reverie; Poor Relations; The Origin of Roast Pig; That We Should Rise with the Lark, from the "Essays of Elia" by Lamb Hamlet, from the "Characters of Shakespeare's Plays" by Hazlitt Dreams of an Opium-Eater, from the "Confessions of an English Opium-Eater" by de Quincey Joan of Arc, from the "Biographical and Historical Essays" by de Quincey Charles Lamb, from the "Literary Reminiscences" by de Quincey Of His Mother's Treatment of Him, letter by Lord Byron To His Wife after the Separation, letter by Lord Byron To Sir Walter Scott, letter by Lord Byron Of Art and Nature as Poetical Subjects, from the "Reply to Bowles" by Lord Byron In Defense of Poetry, by Shelley The Baths of Caracalla, from letter by Shelley The ruins of Pompeii, from letter by Shelley The Mutilation of the Hermæ; If Alexander Had Lived, from the "History of Greece" by Grote Charlotte Corday, from the "History of the French Revolution" by Carlyle The Blessedness of Work, from "Past and Present" by Carlyle Cromwell, from "Heroes and Hero-Worship, and the Heroic in History" by Carlyle In Praise of Those Who Toil, from "Sart2007-07-30
The Best of the World's Classics, Restricted to Prose, Vol. IV (of X)—Great Britain and Ireland IIenOf Companions and Flatterers. by Steele The Story-Teller and His Art. by Steele Sir Roger and the Widow. by Steele The Coverley Family Portraits. by Steele On Certain Symptoms of Greatness. by Steele How to Be Happy tho Married. by Steele Of the Shortness of Human Life. by Bolingbroke Rules for the Study of History. by Bolingbroke An Ancient English Country Seat. by Pope His Compliments to Lady Mary. by Pope How to Make an Epic Poem. by Pope On Happiness in the Matrimonial State. by Montagu Inoculation for the Smallpox. by Montagu Of Good Manners, Dress and the World. by Chesterfield Of Attentions to Ladies. by Chesterfield Tom the Hero Enters the Stage; Partridge Sees Garrick at the Play. by Fielding from "Tom Jones" Mr. Adams in a Political Light. by Fielding from "Joseph Andrews" On Publishing His "Dictionary." by Johnson from the "Dictionary" Pope and Dryden Compared. by Johnson from the "Lives of the Poets" Letter to Chesterfield on the Completion of the "Dictionary." by Johnson from Boswell's "Life" On the Advantages of Living in a Garret. by Johnson The Character of Queen Elizabeth; The Defeat of the Armada. by Hume from the "History of England" The First Principles of Government. by Hume The Starling in Captivity; To Moulines with Maria. by Sterne from "The Sentimental Journey" The Death of LeFevre; Passages from the Romance of My Uncle Toby and the Widow. by Sterne from "Tristram Shandy" Warwick Castle. by Gray To His Friend Mason on the Death of Mason's Mother. by Gray On His Own Writings. by Gray His Friendship for Bonstetten. by Gray Hogarth. by Walpole from the "Anecdotes of Painting in England" The War in America. by Walpole The Death of George II. by Walpole The Chimney Swallow. by White from "The Natural History of Selborne" Of Ambition Misdirected. by Smith from the "Theory of Moral Sentiments" The Advantages of a Division of Labor. b2007-06-08




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