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496 SUGGESTED MINIMUM REFERENCE LIBRARY LIST

Short-Stories for High Schools, ed. Mikels, Rosa M. R. (Scribner, 1915) ..

Types of the Short-Story, ed. Haydrick, B. A. (Scott, 1913).
Modern Short Stories, Law (Century, 1918)..

Selected Essays, ed. Fuess, C. M. (Houghton, 1914).

Essays, English and American, ed. Alden, R. M. (Scott, 1918).
Selections from the Best English Essays, ed. Cody, Sherman (Me-
Clurg, 1903)..

.90

.44

1.25

.40

.52

Century Readings in English Literature, Cunliffe, Pyre & Young, (Century, 1910)... 3.50 Century Readings in American Literature, Pattee (Century, 1919) 3.50 Facts and Backgrounds of Literature, Reynolds & Greever (Century

1920)....

The publishers referred to above are: 1 Houghton Mifflin Co., Boston.

2 Scott, Foresman & Co., Chicago. 3 Sibley & Co., Boston.

4 Macmillan Co., N. Y.

5 Ginn & Co., Boston.

1.25

1.50

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The Forum of Democracy, ed. Watkins & Williams (Allyn, 1917)... 1.00
Democracy To-day, Gauss, Christian (Scott, 1918)...
English Literature, Long, William J. (Ginn, 1909).
History of English Literature, Hinchman (Century, 1915)..
New English Literature, Halleck, R. P. (Am. Book, 1913)..
Any standard novels.

2.00

1.30

6 Frederick A. Stokes Co., N. Y. 7 Charles Scribner's Sons, N. Y. 8 Harper & Bros., N. Y.

9 American Book Co., N. Y.

10 G. P. Putnam's Sons, N. Y. and London.

11 A. C. McClurg & Co., Chicago.
12 Allyn & Bacon, Boston.

13 John W. Luce & Co., Boston.
14 Henry Holt & Co., New York.
15 The Century Co., New York.

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Persian

Virgil (70-19 B. C.)

.Seneca (4(?) B. C.-65 A. D.) "Firdausi" (Abul Kasim 940 (?)-1020 (?) A. D.) .Dante (1265-1321 A. D.) Portuguese ..Camoëns (1524-1580 a. D.)

Italian

French

Italian German French

Montaigne (1533-1592 A. D.)
Tasso (1544-1595 A. D.)
Goethe (1749-1832 A. D.)
Balzac (1799-1850 A. D.)
Lönnrot (1802-1884 A. D.)
Hugo (1802-1885 A. D.)
German Jew. Auerbach (1812-1882 A.D.)
Russian

Finnish
French

Turgenieff (1818-1883 A. D.)

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Russian

Norwegian .. Ibsen (1828-1906 A. D.)
.Tolstoi (1829-1910 A. D.)
Björnson (1832-1910 A. D.)
Daudet (1840-1897 A. D.)
Coppée (1842-1908 A. D.)
"France" (.J. Anatole

Norwegian
French

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Belgian
French

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TABLE OF FOREIGN AUTHORS

AUTHOR

David (1040-993 B. C.)

Homer (c. 9th Cent. B. C.)
Eschylus (525-456 B. C.).
.Pindar (522-448 (?) B. C.)
.Sophocles (496–406 B. c.)
Euripides (480-406 B. C.)

Eschines (389-314 B. C.)
Demosthenes (384 (?)-322 B. C.)
Plautus (254 (?)-184 B. C.)
. Cato (234-149 B. C.)

Terence (190 (?)-159 (?) B. C.)
Cicero (106-43 B. C.)

.....

Belgian

(1844- A. D.)

Maupassant (1850-1893 A. D.)
Maeterlinck (1862- A. D.)
Rostand (1868- A. D.)

Viviani (-
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Drama

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Drama

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Oration

.Miscellaneous Prose

WORKS OF BRITISH AND AMERICAN AUTHORS ACCORDING TO LITERARY PERIODS

THE ANGLO-SAXON PERIOD (450-1050)

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"Sir Gawain and the Green Knight". Ballads-especially the "Robin Ballads"

THE AGE OF CHAUCER (1350–1400)

THE REVIVAL OF LEARNING PERIOD (1400-1550)

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Hood

Miracle and mystery plays from 1110 to about 1400

. Ballad

.Drama

"The Canterbury Tales" especially “The Knight's Tale"

"Complaint to His Empty Purse"
Ballads (continued)

"Travels of Sir John Mandeville" (1356) Prose romance (?)
Miracle and mystery plays (continued). Drama
Beginning of Moralities

Drama

.Metrical tale .Simple lyric .Ballad

"Morte d'Arthur" (1470, pub. by Cax

ton 1485)

"Utopia" (1516)

Prose romance
Prose romance
Sonnet

Ballad

.Sonnets (c. 1557)

Ballads (continued)

Morality plays "Everyman" and others.Drama Interludes-The Four P's" and others Drama

British

British
British

British

British

British

British

British'

British

British

British

British

British

British

British

British

British

British

British

British

British
British

Nicholas Udall

William Stevenson
.Sackville and Norton

Edmund Spenser (1552-1599)

Sir Philip Sidney (1554-1586)

John Lyly (1554 (?)-1606)
Thomas Lodge (1558-1625)
Robert Greene (1560-1592)
Francis Bacon (1561-1626)
Michael Drayton (1563-1631)
Christopher Marlowe (1564-1593)

William Shakespeare (1564-1616)

Ben Jonson (1573 (?)-1637)

THE ELIZABETHAN AGE (1550–1620)

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"Ralph Royster Doyster" (the first real comedy in England)

"Gammer Gurton's Needle" ."Gorboduc" (the first tragedy in

land)

The plays of Greene, Lyly, Peele,
Kyd, Lodge, etc.

"Faerie Queene," and sonnets

"Arcadia," and sonnets

"Euphues"
"Rosalind"

"Pandosto"

Drama

Drama

Drama

Drama

Eng

Nash,

"Il Penseroso"

"Comus" "Lycidas"

Metrical romance Sonnet

THE PURITAN AGE (1620-1660

"The Complete Angler"

The King James Version of "The Bible"

Prose romance Sonnet

.Prose romance
Prose romance
Prose romance
Essays

Imitation ballad

Essays

"Ballad of Agincourt'

"Doctor Faustus," "Edward the Second,"
and other plays
"Hamlet" and other plays, sonnets, and

songs

Drama, sonnets and song "Song to Celia," masks, and comedies.. Song, mask and drama

.Drama

Miscellaneous lit.

.Miscellaneous lit.

(1611)

"On the Morning of Christ's Nativity". .Ode

Sonnets
"L'Allegro"

Sonnet

Simple lyric
Simple lyric
Mask

Elegy and pastoral

NATION

ALITY

WORKS OF BRITISH AND AMERICAN AUTHORS ACCORDING TO LITERARY PERIODS—Continued

AUTHOR

John Milton (1608-1674)
. John Milton

John Bunyan (1628-1688)

British
British
British

British
British
British

British

British

British

British

British

British

British

British

British

THE RESTORATION PERIOD (1660-1700)

"Ode to St Cecelia's Day"
"Alexander's Feast"
.Diary (1660-1669)

John Dryden (1631-1700)
John Dryden

.Samuel Pepys (1633-1703)

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Jonathan Swift (1667-1745) ..Joseph Addison (1672-1719)

WORK

"Paradise Lost" (1667) 1
"Paradise Regained" (1671)
"Pilgrim's Progress"

Richard Steele (1672-1729)

Isaac Watts (1674-1748)

Alexander Pope (1688-1744)
..Alexander Pope

..Alexander Pope

"While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks by Night" (1702)

.Ode

Ode

TYPE

Great epic
Great epic
Prose allegory

"Robinson Crusoe" and "Captain Singleton"

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Miscellaneous lit.

.Sacred song

Tale of adventure
Prose allegory
Miscellaneous lit.

"Gulliver's Travels," "Journal to Stella"
"Spectator" and "Tatler" papers, espe
cially the "De Coverley Papers," "Re-
flections in Westminster Abbey," "Vi-
sion of Mirza," "Head-Dress'
."Spectator" and "Tatler" papers, espe-

cially "Recollections of Childhood" Essay
and "A Visit to a Friend"

"Praise God from Whom All Blessings
Flow" (1719)

"Rape of the Lock"
"Essay on Criticism'
"Essay on Man"

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1 "Paradise Lost" and "Paradise Regained" are placed here with the rest of Milton's works, but they really belong to

the next period.

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