Nonfiction > Thomas Paine > The Writings of Thomas Paine
Nonfiction
There is something in meanness which excites a species of resentment that never subsides, and something in cruelty which stirs up the heart to the highest agony of human hatred.
The American Crisis
Thomas
Paine
The Writings of Thomas Paine
Volumes I and II
 
Collected and Edited by Moncure Daniel Conway
 
 
CONTENTS
Bibliographic Record    Introduction    Prefatory Note to Paine’s First Essay

NEW YORK AND LONDON: G. P. PUTNAM’S SONS, 1906
NEW YORK: BARTLEBY.COM, 2013
 
Volume I: 1774–1779
I. African Slavery in America
II. A Dialogue between General Wolfe and General Gage in a Wood near Boston
III. The Magazine in America
IV. Useful and Entertaining Hints
V. New Anecdotes of Alexander the Great
VI. Reflections on the Life and Death of Lord Clive
VII. Cupid and Hymen
VIII. Duelling
IX. Reflections on Titles
X. The Dream Interpreted
XI. Reflections on Unhappy Marriages
XII. Thoughts on Defensive War
XIII. An Occasional Letter on the Female Sex
XIV. A Serious Thought
XV. Common Sense
XVI. Epistle to Quakers
XVII. The Forester’s Letters
XVIII. A Dialogue
XIX. The American Crisis
XX. Retreat Across the Delaware
XXI. Letter to Franklin, in Paris
XXII. The Affair of Silas Deane
XXIII. To the Public on Mr. Deane’s Affair
XXIV. Messrs. Deane, Jay, and Gérard
 
Volume II: 1779–1792
I. Peace, and the Newfoundland Fisheries
II. The American Philosophical Society
III. Emancipation of Slaves
IV. Public Good
V. Letter to the Abbe Raynal
VI. Dissertations on Government; the Affairs of the Bank; and Paper Money
VII. The Society for Political Inquiries
VIII. Prospects on the Rubicon
IX. Specification of Thomas Paine
X. Letter to Jefferson in Paris
XI. Thomas Paine’s Answer to Four Questions on the Legislative and Executive Powers
XII. Address and Declaration
XIII. Rights of Man
XIV. Rights of Man, Part Second


 
Loading
Click here to shop the Bartleby Bookstore.

Shakespeare · Bible · Strunk · Anatomy · Nonfiction · Quotations · Reference · Fiction · Poetry
© 1993–2014 Bartleby.com · [Top 150] · Subjects · Titles · Authors