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  • THE WORLD'S
  • GREATEST
  • BOOKS
    • JOINT EDITORS
      • ARTHUR MEE
        • Editor and Founder of the Book of Knowledge
      • Editor and Founder of the Book of Knowledge
      • J.A. HAMMERTON
        • Editor of Harmsworth's Universal Encyclopaedia
      • Editor of Harmsworth's Universal Encyclopaedia
      • VOL. IX
      • LIVES AND LETTERS
        • MCMX
      • MCMX
    • ARTHUR MEE
      • Editor and Founder of the Book of Knowledge
    • Editor and Founder of the Book of Knowledge
    • J.A. HAMMERTON
      • Editor of Harmsworth's Universal Encyclopaedia
    • Editor of Harmsworth's Universal Encyclopaedia
    • VOL. IX
    • LIVES AND LETTERS
      • MCMX
    • MCMX
    • Table of Contents
    • ABÉLARD AND HÉLOÏSE
      • Love-Letters
        • I.--Héloïse to Abélard
        • II. Abélard to Héloïse
        • III.--Héloïse to Abélard
        • IV.--Héloïse to Abelard
        • V.--Abélard to Héloïse
      • I.--Héloïse to Abélard
      • II. Abélard to Héloïse
      • III.--Héloïse to Abélard
      • IV.--Héloïse to Abelard
      • V.--Abélard to Héloïse
    • Love-Letters
      • I.--Héloïse to Abélard
      • II. Abélard to Héloïse
      • III.--Héloïse to Abélard
      • IV.--Héloïse to Abelard
      • V.--Abélard to Héloïse
    • I.--Héloïse to Abélard
    • II. Abélard to Héloïse
    • III.--Héloïse to Abélard
    • IV.--Héloïse to Abelard
    • V.--Abélard to Héloïse
    • HENRI FRÉDÉRIC AMIEL
      • Fragments of an Intimate Diary
        • Thoughts on Life and Conduct
        • Heroism and Duty
        • The Era of Mediocrity
        • Lessons from the Greeks
        • The Glory of Motherhood
        • The Secret of Perpetual Youth
        • The Fascination of Love
        • Man's Useless Yearning
        • Memories of the Golden Age
        • Goethe Under the Lash
        • Nothing New Under the Sun
        • The Only Art of Peace and Rest
      • Thoughts on Life and Conduct
      • Heroism and Duty
      • The Era of Mediocrity
      • Lessons from the Greeks
      • The Glory of Motherhood
      • The Secret of Perpetual Youth
      • The Fascination of Love
      • Man's Useless Yearning
      • Memories of the Golden Age
      • Goethe Under the Lash
      • Nothing New Under the Sun
      • The Only Art of Peace and Rest
    • Fragments of an Intimate Diary
      • Thoughts on Life and Conduct
      • Heroism and Duty
      • The Era of Mediocrity
      • Lessons from the Greeks
      • The Glory of Motherhood
      • The Secret of Perpetual Youth
      • The Fascination of Love
      • Man's Useless Yearning
      • Memories of the Golden Age
      • Goethe Under the Lash
      • Nothing New Under the Sun
      • The Only Art of Peace and Rest
    • Thoughts on Life and Conduct
    • Heroism and Duty
    • The Era of Mediocrity
    • Lessons from the Greeks
    • The Glory of Motherhood
    • The Secret of Perpetual Youth
    • The Fascination of Love
    • Man's Useless Yearning
    • Memories of the Golden Age
    • Goethe Under the Lash
    • Nothing New Under the Sun
    • The Only Art of Peace and Rest
    • ST. AUGUSTINE
      • Confessions
        • I.--Regrets of a Mis-spent Youth
        • II.--Monica's Prayers and Augustine's Paganism
        • III.--The Influence of St. Ambrose on Augustine's Life
        • IV.--The Birth of a New Life
        • V.--God's Command to Augustine and the Death of Monica
      • I.--Regrets of a Mis-spent Youth
      • II.--Monica's Prayers and Augustine's Paganism
      • III.--The Influence of St. Ambrose on Augustine's Life
      • IV.--The Birth of a New Life
      • V.--God's Command to Augustine and the Death of Monica
    • Confessions
      • I.--Regrets of a Mis-spent Youth
      • II.--Monica's Prayers and Augustine's Paganism
      • III.--The Influence of St. Ambrose on Augustine's Life
      • IV.--The Birth of a New Life
      • V.--God's Command to Augustine and the Death of Monica
    • I.--Regrets of a Mis-spent Youth
    • II.--Monica's Prayers and Augustine's Paganism
    • III.--The Influence of St. Ambrose on Augustine's Life
    • IV.--The Birth of a New Life
    • V.--God's Command to Augustine and the Death of Monica
    • JAMES BOSWELL
      • The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D.
        • I.--Parentage and Education
        • II--Marriage and Settlement in London
        • III.--Poverty Stricken in London
        • IV.--Preparation of the "Dictionary"
        • V.--"The Rambler" and New Acquaintance
        • VI.--Lord Chesterfield and the "Dictionary"
        • VII.--Boswell's First Meeting with Johnson
        • VIII.--Tours in the Hebrides and in Wales
        • IX.--Johnson's Physical Courage and Fear of Death
        • X.--Johnson's "Seraglio"
        • XI.--Johnson's Humanity to Children, Servants, and the Poor
        • XII.--The Last Year
      • I.--Parentage and Education
      • II--Marriage and Settlement in London
      • III.--Poverty Stricken in London
      • IV.--Preparation of the "Dictionary"
      • V.--"The Rambler" and New Acquaintance
      • VI.--Lord Chesterfield and the "Dictionary"
      • VII.--Boswell's First Meeting with Johnson
      • VIII.--Tours in the Hebrides and in Wales
      • IX.--Johnson's Physical Courage and Fear of Death
      • X.--Johnson's "Seraglio"
      • XI.--Johnson's Humanity to Children, Servants, and the Poor
      • XII.--The Last Year
    • The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D.
      • I.--Parentage and Education
      • II--Marriage and Settlement in London
      • III.--Poverty Stricken in London
      • IV.--Preparation of the "Dictionary"
      • V.--"The Rambler" and New Acquaintance
      • VI.--Lord Chesterfield and the "Dictionary"
      • VII.--Boswell's First Meeting with Johnson
      • VIII.--Tours in the Hebrides and in Wales
      • IX.--Johnson's Physical Courage and Fear of Death
      • X.--Johnson's "Seraglio"
      • XI.--Johnson's Humanity to Children, Servants, and the Poor
      • XII.--The Last Year
    • I.--Parentage and Education
    • II--Marriage and Settlement in London
    • III.--Poverty Stricken in London
    • IV.--Preparation of the "Dictionary"
    • V.--"The Rambler" and New Acquaintance
    • VI.--Lord Chesterfield and the "Dictionary"
    • VII.--Boswell's First Meeting with Johnson
    • VIII.--Tours in the Hebrides and in Wales
    • IX.--Johnson's Physical Courage and Fear of Death
    • X.--Johnson's "Seraglio"
    • XI.--Johnson's Humanity to Children, Servants, and the Poor
    • XII.--The Last Year
    • SIR DAVID BREWSTER
      • Life of Sir Isaac Newton
        • I.--The Young Scientist
        • II.--The Colours of Natural Bodies
        • III--The Discovery of the Law of Gravitation
        • IV.--Later Years of Newton's Life
      • I.--The Young Scientist
      • II.--The Colours of Natural Bodies
      • III--The Discovery of the Law of Gravitation
      • IV.--Later Years of Newton's Life
    • Life of Sir Isaac Newton
      • I.--The Young Scientist
      • II.--The Colours of Natural Bodies
      • III--The Discovery of the Law of Gravitation
      • IV.--Later Years of Newton's Life
    • I.--The Young Scientist
    • II.--The Colours of Natural Bodies
    • III--The Discovery of the Law of Gravitation
    • IV.--Later Years of Newton's Life
    • JOHN BUNYAN
      • Grace Abounding
        • I.--To the Chief of Sinners
        • II.--Bunyan Becomes a Preacher
        • III.--In a Prison Cell
        • IV.--Bunyan's Story Supplemented
      • I.--To the Chief of Sinners
      • II.--Bunyan Becomes a Preacher
      • III.--In a Prison Cell
      • IV.--Bunyan's Story Supplemented
    • Grace Abounding
      • I.--To the Chief of Sinners
      • II.--Bunyan Becomes a Preacher
      • III.--In a Prison Cell
      • IV.--Bunyan's Story Supplemented
    • I.--To the Chief of Sinners
    • II.--Bunyan Becomes a Preacher
    • III.--In a Prison Cell
    • IV.--Bunyan's Story Supplemented
    • ALEXANDER CARLYLE
      • Autobiography
        • I.--In the Days of Prince Charlie
        • II.--Literary Lions of Edinburgh
        • III.--Scottish Social Life
      • I.--In the Days of Prince Charlie
      • II.--Literary Lions of Edinburgh
      • III.--Scottish Social Life
    • Autobiography
      • I.--In the Days of Prince Charlie
      • II.--Literary Lions of Edinburgh
      • III.--Scottish Social Life
    • I.--In the Days of Prince Charlie
    • II.--Literary Lions of Edinburgh
    • III.--Scottish Social Life
    • THOMAS CARLYLE
      • Letters and Speeches of Oliver Cromwell
        • I.--Puritan Oliver
        • II.--Regicide
        • III.--Crowning Mercies
        • IV.--Protector Oliver
      • I.--Puritan Oliver
      • II.--Regicide
      • III.--Crowning Mercies
      • IV.--Protector Oliver
      • The Life of Friedrich Schiller
        • Schiller's Youth
        • (1759-1784)
        • From His Settlement at Manheim to His Settlement at Jena
        • (1783-1790)
        • From His Settlement at Jena to His Death
        • (1790-1805)
        • Schiller's Character
      • Schiller's Youth
      • (1759-1784)
      • From His Settlement at Manheim to His Settlement at Jena
      • (1783-1790)
      • From His Settlement at Jena to His Death
      • (1790-1805)
      • Schiller's Character
    • Letters and Speeches of Oliver Cromwell
      • I.--Puritan Oliver
      • II.--Regicide
      • III.--Crowning Mercies
      • IV.--Protector Oliver
    • I.--Puritan Oliver
    • II.--Regicide
    • III.--Crowning Mercies
    • IV.--Protector Oliver
    • The Life of Friedrich Schiller
      • Schiller's Youth
      • (1759-1784)
      • From His Settlement at Manheim to His Settlement at Jena
      • (1783-1790)
      • From His Settlement at Jena to His Death
      • (1790-1805)
      • Schiller's Character
    • Schiller's Youth
    • (1759-1784)
    • From His Settlement at Manheim to His Settlement at Jena
    • (1783-1790)
    • From His Settlement at Jena to His Death
    • (1790-1805)
    • Schiller's Character
    • BENVENUTO CELLINI
      • Autobiography
        • I.--The Making of a Craftsman
        • II.--A Soldier and Goldsmith
        • III.--Intrigues at the Papal Court
        • IV.--At the French Court
        • V.--His Later Life in Florence
      • I.--The Making of a Craftsman
      • II.--A Soldier and Goldsmith
      • III.--Intrigues at the Papal Court
      • IV.--At the French Court
      • V.--His Later Life in Florence
    • Autobiography
      • I.--The Making of a Craftsman
      • II.--A Soldier and Goldsmith
      • III.--Intrigues at the Papal Court
      • IV.--At the French Court
      • V.--His Later Life in Florence
    • I.--The Making of a Craftsman
    • II.--A Soldier and Goldsmith
    • III.--Intrigues at the Papal Court
    • IV.--At the French Court
    • V.--His Later Life in Florence
    • CHATEAUBRIAND
      • Memoirs From Beyond the Grave
        • I.--Youth and Its Follies
        • II.--In the Years of Revolution
        • III.--Paris in the Reign of Terror
        • IV.--The Army of Princes
        • V.--Letters from the Dead
      • I.--Youth and Its Follies
      • II.--In the Years of Revolution
      • III.--Paris in the Reign of Terror
      • IV.--The Army of Princes
      • V.--Letters from the Dead
    • Memoirs From Beyond the Grave
      • I.--Youth and Its Follies
      • II.--In the Years of Revolution
      • III.--Paris in the Reign of Terror
      • IV.--The Army of Princes
      • V.--Letters from the Dead
    • I.--Youth and Its Follies
    • II.--In the Years of Revolution
    • III.--Paris in the Reign of Terror
    • IV.--The Army of Princes
    • V.--Letters from the Dead
    • THE EARL OF CHESTERFIELD
      • Letters to His Son
        • I.--On Manners and Address
        • II.--On the Art of Pleasing
        • III.--The Secret of Good Breeding
        • IV.--The Fruits of Observation
        • V.--On the Arts
      • I.--On Manners and Address
      • II.--On the Art of Pleasing
      • III.--The Secret of Good Breeding
      • IV.--The Fruits of Observation
      • V.--On the Arts
    • Letters to His Son
      • I.--On Manners and Address
      • II.--On the Art of Pleasing
      • III.--The Secret of Good Breeding
      • IV.--The Fruits of Observation
      • V.--On the Arts
    • I.--On Manners and Address
    • II.--On the Art of Pleasing
    • III.--The Secret of Good Breeding
    • IV.--The Fruits of Observation
    • V.--On the Arts
    • MARCUS TULLIUS CICERO
      • The Letters of Cicero
        • To Atticus
        • To Lucius Lucceius, the Historian
        • B.C. 56
        • To Marcus Marius
        • B.C. 55
        • To Atticus, in Rome
        • Laodicea, B.C. 51
        • To Atticus, a Few Days Later
        • Cilicia
        • To Marcus Caelius Rufus
        • Asia, B.C. 50
        • To Atticus, in Rome
        • Athens, B.C. 50
        • To L. Papirius
        • Rome, B.C. 46
        • To L. Minucius Basilus
        • Rome, March, B.C. 44
        • To Atticus
        • May, B.C. 44
      • To Atticus
      • To Lucius Lucceius, the Historian
      • B.C. 56
      • To Marcus Marius
      • B.C. 55
      • To Atticus, in Rome
      • Laodicea, B.C. 51
      • To Atticus, a Few Days Later
      • Cilicia
      • To Marcus Caelius Rufus
      • Asia, B.C. 50
      • To Atticus, in Rome
      • Athens, B.C. 50
      • To L. Papirius
      • Rome, B.C. 46
      • To L. Minucius Basilus
      • Rome, March, B.C. 44
      • To Atticus
      • May, B.C. 44
    • The Letters of Cicero
      • To Atticus
      • To Lucius Lucceius, the Historian
      • B.C. 56
      • To Marcus Marius
      • B.C. 55
      • To Atticus, in Rome
      • Laodicea, B.C. 51
      • To Atticus, a Few Days Later
      • Cilicia
      • To Marcus Caelius Rufus
      • Asia, B.C. 50
      • To Atticus, in Rome
      • Athens, B.C. 50
      • To L. Papirius
      • Rome, B.C. 46
      • To L. Minucius Basilus
      • Rome, March, B.C. 44
      • To Atticus
      • May, B.C. 44
    • To Atticus
    • To Lucius Lucceius, the Historian
    • B.C. 56
    • To Marcus Marius
    • B.C. 55
    • To Atticus, in Rome
    • Laodicea, B.C. 51
    • To Atticus, a Few Days Later
    • Cilicia
    • To Marcus Caelius Rufus
    • Asia, B.C. 50
    • To Atticus, in Rome
    • Athens, B.C. 50
    • To L. Papirius
    • Rome, B.C. 46
    • To L. Minucius Basilus
    • Rome, March, B.C. 44
    • To Atticus
    • May, B.C. 44
    • SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE
      • Biographia Literaria
        • I.--The Nature of Poetic Diction
        • II.--In Praise of Southey
        • III.--Wordsworth's Early Poems
        • IV.--The Philosophical Critic
        • V.--What is a Poem?
        • VI.--A Criticism of Wordsworth
      • I.--The Nature of Poetic Diction
      • II.--In Praise of Southey
      • III.--Wordsworth's Early Poems
      • IV.--The Philosophical Critic
      • V.--What is a Poem?
      • VI.--A Criticism of Wordsworth
    • Biographia Literaria
      • I.--The Nature of Poetic Diction
      • II.--In Praise of Southey
      • III.--Wordsworth's Early Poems
      • IV.--The Philosophical Critic
      • V.--What is a Poem?
      • VI.--A Criticism of Wordsworth
    • I.--The Nature of Poetic Diction
    • II.--In Praise of Southey
    • III.--Wordsworth's Early Poems
    • IV.--The Philosophical Critic
    • V.--What is a Poem?
    • VI.--A Criticism of Wordsworth
    • WILLIAM COWPER
      • Letters Written in the Years 1782-1790
        • To the Rev. John Newton
        • To the Rev. William Unwin
        • To the Same
        • To the Same
        • To Mrs. Newton
        • To the Rev. John Newton
        • To the Same
        • To His Cousin, Lady Hesketh
        • To the Same
        • To the Same
        • To John Johnson, Esq.
        • Obiter Dicta
      • To the Rev. John Newton
      • To the Rev. William Unwin
      • To the Same
      • To the Same
      • To Mrs. Newton
      • To the Rev. John Newton
      • To the Same
      • To His Cousin, Lady Hesketh
      • To the Same
      • To the Same
      • To John Johnson, Esq.
      • Obiter Dicta
    • Letters Written in the Years 1782-1790
      • To the Rev. John Newton
      • To the Rev. William Unwin
      • To the Same
      • To the Same
      • To Mrs. Newton
      • To the Rev. John Newton
      • To the Same
      • To His Cousin, Lady Hesketh
      • To the Same
      • To the Same
      • To John Johnson, Esq.
      • Obiter Dicta
    • To the Rev. John Newton
    • To the Rev. William Unwin
    • To the Same
    • To the Same
    • To Mrs. Newton
    • To the Rev. John Newton
    • To the Same
    • To His Cousin, Lady Hesketh
    • To the Same
    • To the Same
    • To John Johnson, Esq.
    • Obiter Dicta
    • THOMAS DE QUINCEY
      • Confessions of an English Opium-Eater
        • I.--The Descending Pathway
        • II.--Effects of the Seductive Drug
        • III.--A Fearful Nemesis
        • IV.--The Horrors of Dreamland
        • V.--The Monster-Haunted Dreamer
        • VI.--The Agonies of Sleep
      • I.--The Descending Pathway
      • II.--Effects of the Seductive Drug
      • III.--A Fearful Nemesis
      • IV.--The Horrors of Dreamland
      • V.--The Monster-Haunted Dreamer
      • VI.--The Agonies of Sleep
    • Confessions of an English Opium-Eater
      • I.--The Descending Pathway
      • II.--Effects of the Seductive Drug
      • III.--A Fearful Nemesis
      • IV.--The Horrors of Dreamland
      • V.--The Monster-Haunted Dreamer
      • VI.--The Agonies of Sleep
    • I.--The Descending Pathway
    • II.--Effects of the Seductive Drug
    • III.--A Fearful Nemesis
    • IV.--The Horrors of Dreamland
    • V.--The Monster-Haunted Dreamer
    • VI.--The Agonies of Sleep
    • ALEXANDRE DUMAS
      • Memoirs
        • I.--Memories of Boyhood
        • II.--Launched in Paris
        • III.--Under Shakespeare's Spell
        • IV.--Dumas Arrives
      • I.--Memories of Boyhood
      • II.--Launched in Paris
      • III.--Under Shakespeare's Spell
      • IV.--Dumas Arrives
    • Memoirs
      • I.--Memories of Boyhood
      • II.--Launched in Paris
      • III.--Under Shakespeare's Spell
      • IV.--Dumas Arrives
    • I.--Memories of Boyhood
    • II.--Launched in Paris
    • III.--Under Shakespeare's Spell
    • IV.--Dumas Arrives
    • JOHN EVELYN
      • Diary
        • I.--Early Years
        • II.--Travels Abroad
        • III.--Evelyn in England
        • IV.--Plague and Fire
        • V.--Fall of the Stuarts
      • I.--Early Years
      • II.--Travels Abroad
      • III.--Evelyn in England
      • IV.--Plague and Fire
      • V.--Fall of the Stuarts
    • Diary
      • I.--Early Years
      • II.--Travels Abroad
      • III.--Evelyn in England
      • IV.--Plague and Fire
      • V.--Fall of the Stuarts
    • I.--Early Years
    • II.--Travels Abroad
    • III.--Evelyn in England
    • IV.--Plague and Fire
    • V.--Fall of the Stuarts
    • JOHN FORSTER
      • Life of Goldsmith
        • I.--Misery and Ill-luck
        • II.--Through Europe with a Flute
        • III.--Physic, Teaching, and Authorship
        • IV.--Social and Literary Success
        • V.--Poet, Dramatist, and Spendthrift
      • I.--Misery and Ill-luck
      • II.--Through Europe with a Flute
      • III.--Physic, Teaching, and Authorship
      • IV.--Social and Literary Success
      • V.--Poet, Dramatist, and Spendthrift
    • Life of Goldsmith
      • I.--Misery and Ill-luck
      • II.--Through Europe with a Flute
      • III.--Physic, Teaching, and Authorship
      • IV.--Social and Literary Success
      • V.--Poet, Dramatist, and Spendthrift
    • I.--Misery and Ill-luck
    • II.--Through Europe with a Flute
    • III.--Physic, Teaching, and Authorship
    • IV.--Social and Literary Success
    • V.--Poet, Dramatist, and Spendthrift
    • GEORGE FOX
      • Journal
        • I.--His Youth and Divine Calling
        • II.--Preaching and Persecution
        • III.--In Perils Oft
        • IV.--A Willing Sufferer
        • V.--Encounters with Cromwell
      • I.--His Youth and Divine Calling
      • II.--Preaching and Persecution
      • III.--In Perils Oft
      • IV.--A Willing Sufferer
      • V.--Encounters with Cromwell
    • Journal
      • I.--His Youth and Divine Calling
      • II.--Preaching and Persecution
      • III.--In Perils Oft
      • IV.--A Willing Sufferer
      • V.--Encounters with Cromwell
    • I.--His Youth and Divine Calling
    • II.--Preaching and Persecution
    • III.--In Perils Oft
    • IV.--A Willing Sufferer
    • V.--Encounters with Cromwell
    • BENJAMIN FRANKLIN
      • Autobiography
        • I.--Early Education
        • II.--Making His Way
        • III.--The Scheme of Virtues
        • IV.--Public Life
      • I.--Early Education
      • II.--Making His Way
      • III.--The Scheme of Virtues
      • IV.--Public Life
    • Autobiography
      • I.--Early Education
      • II.--Making His Way
      • III.--The Scheme of Virtues
      • IV.--Public Life
    • I.--Early Education
    • II.--Making His Way
    • III.--The Scheme of Virtues
    • IV.--Public Life
    • MRS. GASKELL
      • The Life of Charlotte Bronte
        • I.--The Children Who Never Played
        • II.--Girlhood of Charlotte Bronte
        • III.--Her Life as a Governess
        • IV.--The Sisters' Book of Poems
        • V.--The Coming of Success
        • VI.--Charlotte Brontë's Closing Years
      • I.--The Children Who Never Played
      • II.--Girlhood of Charlotte Bronte
      • III.--Her Life as a Governess
      • IV.--The Sisters' Book of Poems
      • V.--The Coming of Success
      • VI.--Charlotte Brontë's Closing Years
    • The Life of Charlotte Bronte
      • I.--The Children Who Never Played
      • II.--Girlhood of Charlotte Bronte
      • III.--Her Life as a Governess
      • IV.--The Sisters' Book of Poems
      • V.--The Coming of Success
      • VI.--Charlotte Brontë's Closing Years
    • I.--The Children Who Never Played
    • II.--Girlhood of Charlotte Bronte
    • III.--Her Life as a Governess
    • IV.--The Sisters' Book of Poems
    • V.--The Coming of Success
    • VI.--Charlotte Brontë's Closing Years
    • EDWARD GIBBON
      • Memoirs
        • I.--Birth and Education
        • II.--A Happy Exile
        • III.--To England and Authorship
        • IV.--Soldiering and Travel
        • V.--History and Politics
        • VI.--A Quiet Consummation
      • I.--Birth and Education
      • II.--A Happy Exile
      • III.--To England and Authorship
      • IV.--Soldiering and Travel
      • V.--History and Politics
      • VI.--A Quiet Consummation
    • Memoirs
      • I.--Birth and Education
      • II.--A Happy Exile
      • III.--To England and Authorship
      • IV.--Soldiering and Travel
      • V.--History and Politics
      • VI.--A Quiet Consummation
    • I.--Birth and Education
    • II.--A Happy Exile
    • III.--To England and Authorship
    • IV.--Soldiering and Travel
    • V.--History and Politics
    • VI.--A Quiet Consummation
    • GOETHE
      • Letters to Zelter
        • I.--Art Greater than the Beauty of Art
        • II.--Music and Musicians
        • III.--"Poetry and Truth"
        • IV.--The Birth of "Iphigenia"
      • I.--Art Greater than the Beauty of Art
      • II.--Music and Musicians
      • III.--"Poetry and Truth"
      • IV.--The Birth of "Iphigenia"
      • Poetry and Truth from My Own Life
        • I.--Birth and Childhood
        • II.--A Romantic Episode
        • III.--University Life
        • IV.--Fascinating Friendship
        • V.--Among the Jurists
      • I.--Birth and Childhood
      • II.--A Romantic Episode
      • III.--University Life
      • IV.--Fascinating Friendship
      • V.--Among the Jurists
      • Conversations with Eckermann
        • I.--On Poets and Poetry
        • II.--Philosophical Discussions
        • III.--Literary Dicta
        • IV.--"Faust" and Victor Hugo
        • V.--On the Bible
      • I.--On Poets and Poetry
      • II.--Philosophical Discussions
      • III.--Literary Dicta
      • IV.--"Faust" and Victor Hugo
      • V.--On the Bible
    • Letters to Zelter
      • I.--Art Greater than the Beauty of Art
      • II.--Music and Musicians
      • III.--"Poetry and Truth"
      • IV.--The Birth of "Iphigenia"
    • I.--Art Greater than the Beauty of Art
    • II.--Music and Musicians
    • III.--"Poetry and Truth"
    • IV.--The Birth of "Iphigenia"
    • Poetry and Truth from My Own Life
      • I.--Birth and Childhood
      • II.--A Romantic Episode
      • III.--University Life
      • IV.--Fascinating Friendship
      • V.--Among the Jurists
    • I.--Birth and Childhood
    • II.--A Romantic Episode
    • III.--University Life
    • IV.--Fascinating Friendship
    • V.--Among the Jurists
    • Conversations with Eckermann
      • I.--On Poets and Poetry
      • II.--Philosophical Discussions
      • III.--Literary Dicta
      • IV.--"Faust" and Victor Hugo
      • V.--On the Bible
    • I.--On Poets and Poetry
    • II.--Philosophical Discussions
    • III.--Literary Dicta
    • IV.--"Faust" and Victor Hugo
    • V.--On the Bible
    • THOMAS GRAY
      • Letters
        • I.--The Student's Freedom
        • II.--Travels with Horace Walpole
        • III.--The Birth of the "Elegy"
      • I.--The Student's Freedom
      • II.--Travels with Horace Walpole
      • III.--The Birth of the "Elegy"
    • Letters
      • I.--The Student's Freedom
      • II.--Travels with Horace Walpole
      • III.--The Birth of the "Elegy"
    • I.--The Student's Freedom
    • II.--Travels with Horace Walpole
    • III.--The Birth of the "Elegy"
    • ANTONY HAMILTON
      • Memoirs of the Count de Grammont
        • I.--Soldier and Gamester
        • II.--A Complete Education
        • III.--The Restoration Court
        • IV.--The Chevalier's Marriage
      • I.--Soldier and Gamester
      • II.--A Complete Education
      • III.--The Restoration Court
      • IV.--The Chevalier's Marriage
    • Memoirs of the Count de Grammont
      • I.--Soldier and Gamester
      • II.--A Complete Education
      • III.--The Restoration Court
      • IV.--The Chevalier's Marriage
    • I.--Soldier and Gamester
    • II.--A Complete Education
    • III.--The Restoration Court
    • IV.--The Chevalier's Marriage
    • NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE
      • Our Old Home
        • I.--Consular Experiences
        • II.--A Sentimental Experience
        • III.--The English Vanity Fair
      • I.--Consular Experiences
      • II.--A Sentimental Experience
      • III.--The English Vanity Fair
    • Our Old Home
      • I.--Consular Experiences
      • II.--A Sentimental Experience
      • III.--The English Vanity Fair
    • I.--Consular Experiences
    • II.--A Sentimental Experience
    • III.--The English Vanity Fair
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