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C.D. Warner, et al., comp.  The Library of the World’s Best Literature.
An Anthology in Thirty Volumes.  1917.
 
New Testament to T. Roosevelt
 
The New Testament.  Critical Introduction by Frederic William Farrar
The Sermon on the Mount
From the Gospel According to St. Mark
The Parable of the Good Samaritan
The Parable of the Prodigal Son
On the Sabbath
Discipleship
The Conversion of Paul
The Nature of Love
Immortality
From the General Epistle of Jude
The Vision
John Henry Newman.  
1801–1890.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction by Richard Holt Hutton
The Transition
The Locusts
Callista and Agellius
Mother and Son
The Separation of Friends
The Pillar of the Cloud
After Death
Angel
Sir Isaac Newton.  
1642–1727.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction
Letter to Francis Astor in 1669
From ‘Mathematical Principles
Nibelungenlied.  
Twelfth Century.  
Critical Introduction by Charles Harvey Genung
From the Nibelungenlied
Barthold Georg Niebuhr.  
1776–1831.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction
Plan for a Complete History of Rome
Early Education: Words and Things
The Importance of the Imagination
Friedrich Nietzsche.  
1844–1900.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction by William Pepperell Montague
Zarathustra’s Prologue
The Despisers of the Body
War and Warriors
The New Idol
Old and Young Women
Will to Power
The Higher Man
Nizami Ganjavi.  
1140/1–1202/3.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction by A. V. Williams Jackson
From Nizami’s ‘Laila and Majnun
Charles Nodier.  
1780–1844.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction
The Golden Dream
Frank Norris.  
1870–1902.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction by Carl Van Doren
From ‘The Octopus
William Edward Norris.  
1847–1925.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction
Freddy Croft: And the Lynshire Ball
Mrs. Winnington’s Eavesdropping
An Idyl in Kabylia
Charles Eliot Norton.  
1827–1908.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction
The Building of Orvieto Cathedral
The Dome of Brunelleschi
Novalis (Friedrich von Hardenberg).  
1772–1801.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction
Hymns to the Night
Alfred Noyes.  
1880–1958.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction by Walter Brooks Drayton Henderson
From ‘Flos Mercatorum
Song: “Marchaunt Adventurers
Song from ‘Drake’: ‘N’oserez vous
Creation
Earth-Bound
Fitz-James O’Brien.  
1828–1862.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction
The Great Diamond is Obtained and Used
The Lost Steamship
Adam Gottlob Oehlenschläger.  
1779–1850.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction by William Morton Payne
The Dedication of ‘Aladdin’—to Goethe
Song: ‘The moon shines bright aloft
From ‘Axel and Valborg
The Foes
The Sacrifice
Song: ‘The fairy dwells in the rocky hall
Noureddin Reads from an Old Folio
Oehlenschläger’s Only Hymn
The Old Testament and the Jewish Apocrypha.  Critical Introduction by Crawford Howell Toy
Margaret Oliphant.  
1828–1897.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction by Harriet Waters Preston
A Comfort to her Dear Papa
The Deliverance
Teacher and Pupil
John Boyle O’Reilly.  
1844–1890.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction by Maurice Francis Egan
Ensign Epps, the Color-Bearer
The Cry of the Dreamer
A Dead Man
My Troubles!
The Rainbow’s Treasure
Yesterday and To-morrow
A White Rose
The Infinite
Ossian and Ossianic Poetry.  Critical Introduction by William Sharp and Ernest Rhys
Colloquy of Ossian and St. Patrick
To the Blackbird of Derrycarn
The Fian Banners
The Fairy Host
Credhe’s Lament
Deirdrê’s Lament for the Sons of Usnach
Colna-Dona
The Songs of Selma
From a ‘Colloquy of Oisin and St. Patrick
The Death-Song of Ossian
Ouida (Marie Louise de la Ramée).  
1839–1908.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction
The Silk Stockings
How Tricotrin Found Viva
The Steeple-Chase
Ovid.  
43 B.C.–18 A.D.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction by Francis Willey Kelsey
On the Death of Corinna’s Parrot
From Sappho’s Letter to Phaon
A Soldier’s Bride
The Creation
Baucis and Philemon
A Grewsome Lover
The Sun-God’s Palace
A Transformation
Effect of Orpheus’s Song in Hades
The Poet’s Fame
Thomas Nelson Page.  
1853–1922.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction
The Burial of the Guns
Édouard Pailleron.  
1834–1899.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction
Society Where One Is Bored
A Scientist among Ladies
The Story of Grigneux
Thomas Paine.  
1737–1809.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction
From ‘The Crisis
The Magazine in America
John Gorham Palfrey.  
1796–1881.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction
Salem Witchcraft
William Gifford Palgrave.  
1826–1888.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction
The Night Ride in the Desert
The Last Meeting
Frederik Paludan-Müller.  
1809–1876.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction by William Morton Payne
Hymn to the Sun
Adam and his Mother
Emilia Pardo Bazán.  
1852–1921.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction
The Reign of Terror
The Schoolmistress at Home
Russian Nihilism: “Going to the People
Giuseppe Parini.  
1729–1799.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction
The Toilet of an Exquisite
The Lady’s Lap-Dog
The Afternoon Call
Sir Gilbert Parker.  
1862–1932.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction
The Patrol of the Cypress Hills
Valmond
Theodore Parker.  
1810–1860.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction by John White Chadwick
Mistakes about Jesus: His Reception and Influence
Francis Parkman.  
1823–1893.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction by Sir Charles George Douglas Roberts
Dominique de Gourgues
Father Brébeuf and his Associates in the Huron Mission
The Battle of the Plains of Abraham
Parmenides.  
fl. early Fifth Century B.C.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction
Introduction of the Poem on Nature
Thought and Existence
Kosmos
Thomas William Parsons.  
1819–1892.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction
Mary Booth
A Dirge
Epitaph on a Child
To Francesca
Pilgrim’s Isle
Paradisi Gloria
James Parton.  
1822–1891.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction
From the ‘Life of Andrew Jackson
From the ‘Life of Voltaire
Blaise Pascal.  
1623–1662.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction by Arthur Graves Canfield
From the ‘Thoughts
Giovanni Pascoli.  
1855–1912.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction by Gertrude Elizabeth Taylor Slaughter
Walter Pater.  
1839–1894.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction by Anna McClure Sholl
White Nights
The Classic and the Romantic in Literature
Coventry Patmore.  
1823–1896.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction by Maurice Francis Egan
Wind and Wave
The Toys
If I Were Dead
To the Body
Love Serviceable
Sahara
Married Life
The Queen
Wisdom
Pathos
James Kirke Paulding.  
1778–1860.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction
Pliny the Younger
A Woman’s Privilege: And the Charms of Snuff-Color
Sybrandt Receives Back his Estate—with an Incumbrance
Pausanias.  
c. 110–180 A.D.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction by Bernadotte Perrin
The Acropolis of Athens and its Temples
The Temple of Zeus at Olympia
Thomas Love Peacock.  
1785–1866.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction
From ‘Maid Marian
George Peele.  
1556–1596.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction
Old Age
From ‘David and Bethsabe
From ‘A Farewell to Sir John Norris and Sir Francis Drake
Silvio Pellico.  
1789–1854.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction by Joel Foote Bingham
From ‘Le Mie Prigioni
Meeting of Francesca and Paolo
Samuel Pepys.  
1633–1703.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction by Arthur George Peskett
Extracts from the Diary
José Maria de Pereda.  
1833–1906.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction by William Henry Bishop
Tuerto’s Family Life
The Candidate Visits his Voters
The Portrait of Don Gonzalo Gonzalez of Gonzalez-Town
Cleto’s Proposal to Sotileza
Charles Perrault.  
1628–1703.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction
Little Red Riding-Hood
The Sleeping Beauty in the Wood
Blue Beard
Toads and Diamonds
Persius.  
34–62 A.D.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction
The Author’s Ambition
A Child’s Trick
We Twa
Sándor Petőfi.  
1823–1849.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction by Charles Harvey Genung
Master Paul
Song of Lament
May-Night
Dreaming
Faithfulness
A Vow
Sorrow and Joy
Wife and Sword
Our Country
One Only Thought
Indifference
Petrarch.  
1304–1374.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction by Joel Foote Bingham
To the Princes of Italy, Exhorting them to Set her Free
To Rienzi, Beseeching him to Restore to Rome her Ancient Liberty
To the Virgin Mary
To the Fountain of Vaucluse—Contemplations of Death
He Paints the Beauties of Laura, and his Unalterable Love
He Extols the Beauty and Virtue of Laura
The Death-Bed of Laura
On the Announcement of the Death of Laura
She Is ever Present to him
He Thanks her that from Time to Time she Returns to Console him with her Presence
Vaucluse has Become to him a Scene of Pain
His Only Desire Is Again to be with her
He Revisits Vaucluse
He Feels that the Day of their Reunion Is at Hand
He Seeks Solitude, but Love Follows him Everywhere
Conscious of his Folly, he Prays God to Turn him to a Better Life
Whoever Beholds her must Admit that his Praises cannot Reach Laura’s Perfection
Her Counsel Alone Affords him Relief
Sonnet Found in Laura’s Tomb
Petronius.  
c. 27–66.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction by Harriet Waters Preston
The Adventure of the Cloak
Trimalchio’s Reminiscences
Laudator Temporis Acti
The Master of the Feast
On Dreams
Epitaph on a Favorite Hunting-Dog
Philemon.  
c. 368–c. 264 B.C.  
Menander.  
c. 342–c. 292 B.C..  
and the Lost Attic Comedy.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction by William Cranston Lawton
Susarion: Women
Teleclides: The Age of Gold
Cratinus: Wine versus Water
Hermippus: Imports of Athens; The Best Wines
Eupolis: Honor to Home Talent
Phrynichus: Eulogy on Sophocles
Alexis: Vanity Fair
Amphis: Life and Death
Anaxandrides: Health, Beauty, Wealth
Antiphanes: The Comic Poet’s Grievances
Timocles: Office of Tragedy
Philemon: Selections
Menander: Selections
Menander: From ‘The Arbitrants
Stephen Phillips.  
1868–1915.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction by Walter Brooks Drayton Henderson
From ‘Paolo and Francesca
Ulysses and Calypso
Wendell Phillips.  
1811–1884.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction by George Washburn Smalley
The Hero of Hayti
Antiquity of Inventions and Stories
Pierre of Provence and the Beautiful Maguelonne.  Critical Introduction by Olga Flinch
Pindar.  
c. 522–433 B.C.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction by Basil L. Gildersleeve
First Olympian Ode
Second Olympian Ode
Third Olympian Ode
Seventh Olympian Ode
First Pythian Ode
Alexis Piron.  
1689–1773.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction
From ‘La Métromanie
The Others
Experience
Epitaph
August, Graf von Platen.  
1796–1835.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction
Remorse
Before the Convent of St. Just, 1556
The Grave in the Busento
Venice
Fair as the Day
To Schelling
Voluntary Exile
Plato.  
429–347 B.C.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction by Paul Shorey
Socrates and the Sophists
Socrates Prepares for Death
Socrates’s Remarks after Condemnation
Mythic Description of the Soul
Myth of the Judgment of the Dead
Figure of the Cave
The Ideal Ruler Portrayed
Plautus.  
c. 254–184 B.C.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction by Gonzalez Lodge
The Braggart Soldier
Prologue of ‘Casina
Prologue of ‘Trinummus
Prologue of ‘Rudens
Epilogue of the ‘Captives
Epilogue of ‘Asinaria
Busybodies
Unpopularity of Tragedy
Mixture of Greek and Roman Manners
Rewards of Heroism
Fishermen’s Luck
Plautus’s Epitaph on Himself
Pliny the Elder.  
23–79 A.D.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction
Introduction to Lithology
Anecdotes of Artists
The Most Perfect Works of Nature
Pliny the Younger.  
61/2–c. 113 A.D.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction
Portrait of a Rival
To Minutius Fundanus: How Time Passes at Rome
To Socius Senecio: The Last Crop of Poets
To Nepos: Of Arria
To Marcellinus: Death of Fundanus’s Daughter
To Calpurnia, I
To Tacitus: The Eruption of Vesuvius
To Calpurnia, II
To Maximus: Pliny’s Success as an Author
To Fuscus: A Day in the Country
To the Emperor Trajan: Of the Christians; and Trajan’s Answer
Plutarch.  
c. 45–120 A.D.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction by Edward Bull Clapp
Pericles
Coriolanus
Plutarch on Himself
Antony and Cleopatra
Letter to his Wife on their Daughter’s Death
The Wife of Pythes
The Teaching of Virtue
The Need of Good Schoolmasters
Mothers and Nurses
Edgar Allan Poe.  
1809–1849.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction by Frederic William Henry Myers
A Descent into the Maelström
The Fall of the House of Usher
For Annie
Song from ‘The Assignation
The Raven
The Bells
Annabel Lee
Ulalume
To Helen
Poetry of the Early Twentieth Century.  Critical Introduction by John Erskine
Polybius.  
c. 200–c. 118 B.C.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction by Bernadotte Perrin
Scope of Polybius’s History
Polybius and the Scipios
The Fall of Corinth
Alexander Pope.  
1688–1744.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction by Thomas Raynesford Lounsbury
From the ‘Essay on Criticism
The Game of Cards
From the ‘Essay on Man
From the ‘Epistle to Dr. Arbuthnot
The Goddess of Dullness is Addressed on Education
The Triumph of Dullness
The Universal Prayer
Ode: The Dying Christian to his Soul
Epitaph on Sir William Trumbal
Messiah: A Sacred Eclogue
Winthrop Mackworth Praed.  
1802–1839.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction
Twenty-Eight and Twenty-Nine
The Vicar
The Belle of the Ball
William Hickling Prescott.  
1796–1859.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction by Francis Newton Thorpe
The Melancholy Night
The Spanish Arabs
The Capture of the Inca
The Personal Habits of Philip II.
The Spanish Moors Persecuted into Rebellion
Antoine-François, Abbé Prévost d’Exiles.  
1697–1763.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction
Exile and Death
William Cowper Prime.  
1825–1905.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction
The Old Man at the Water-Wheel
The Defeat of the Christian Host at Galilee, A.D. 1187
A New England Auction: The Lonely Church in the Valley
Matthew Prior.  
1664–1721.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction
To a Child of Quality
Song: ‘In vain you tell your parting lover
To a Lady
An Ode: ‘The merchant, to secure his treasure
Cupid Mistaken
A Better Answer
A Simile
The Secretary
A Test of Love
The Lady’s Looking-Glass
The Female Phaeton
Bryan Waller and Adelaide Anne Procter.  Critical and Biographical Introduction
Bryan Waller Procter (Barry Cornwall).  
1787–1874.  
The Sea
A Petition to Time
Life
Inscription for a Fountain
Sit Down, Sad Soul
The Poet’s Song to his Wife
Peace! What do Tears Avail?”
The Stormy Petrel
Adelaide Anne Procter.  
1825–1864.  
A Doubting Heart
A Woman’s Question
A Lost Chord
Propertius.  
c. 50–c. 16 B.C.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction by George Meason Whicher
Beauty Unadorned
To Tullus
To Cynthia
To Caius Cilnius Mæcenas
To the Muse
The Immortality of Genius
Cornelia
Provençal Literature (The Troubadours).  
1090–1290.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction by Harriet Waters Preston
Guillaume de Poitiers: Behold the Meads
Guiraud Le Roux: Come Lady
Bernard de Ventadour: Marvel is it if I Sing
Richard Cœur de Lion: Ah! Certes will no Prisoner Tell His Tale
Guillaume de Cabestaing: I See the Days are Long
Comtesse de Die: Of that I would not
Arnaut de Maroill: Softly Sighs the April Air
Raimon de Miraval: Fair Summer-Time
Alba—Unknown Author: Under the Hawthorns
Alba—Guiraut de Borneil: All-Glorious King!
Alba—Bertrand d’Aamanon: A Knight was Sitting by Her Side
Luigi Pulci.  
1432–1484.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction
The Conversion of the Giant Morgante
Alexander Pushkin.  
1799–1837.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction by Isabel Florence Hapgood
From ‘Boris Godunov
From ‘Evgeny Onyegin
Jules Quesnay de Beaurepaire.  
1838–1923.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction
The Forest
A Madwoman
Brotherly Love
Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch.  
1863–1944.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction
When the Sap Rose: A Fantasia
The Paupers
Edgar Quinet.  
1803–1875.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction by Henry Bérenger
Naples and Vesuvius
A Night in the Orient
The Wandering Jew
The Struggle against Environment
Quintilian.  
c. 35–c. 95 A.D.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction by Harriet Waters Preston
On the Object and Scope of the ‘Institutes
On the Early Practice of Composition
On Nature and Art in Oratory
On Embellishments of Style
On the Handling of Witnesses in Court
On Ancient Authors
François Rabelais.  
c. 1490–1553.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction by Henry Bérenger
The Childhood of Gargantua
The Education of Gargantua
The Abbey of Thelema
Jean Racine.  
1639–1699.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction by Frederick Morris Warren
The Rivals
The Appeal of Andromache
The Confession of Phædra
Sir Walter Raleigh.  
1554?–1618.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction by Ashley Horace Thorndike
The Nymph’s Reply to the Shepherd
The Last Fight of the Revenge
Alfred Rambaud.  
1842–1905.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction
Halting Steps toward Democracy
French Governmental Experiments
Russian Expansion West and South
Benefits to Germany from French Invasions
Civil Life in France during the Middle Ages
French Medical Science during the Middle Ages
The Middle Ages
Allan Ramsay.  
1686–1758.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction
The Gentle Shepherd
Bessy Bell and Mary Gray
Lochaber No More
An Thou Were My Ain Thing
A Sang: ‘Busk ye, busk ye, my bonny bride
The Highland Lassie
Leopold von Ranke.  
1795–1886.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction
The Fall of Strafford
The Rise of the Jesuits in Germany
The Last Years of Queen Johanna
The Swiss Army in Italy in 1513: and the Battle of Novara
Maximilian at the Diet of Worms
Thomas Buchanan Read.  
1822–1872.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction
Drifting
Sheridan’s Ride
The Closing Scene
Inez
Charles Reade.  
1814–1884.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction
Viscount and Lower Classes
In the Green-Room
Extract from a Sixteenth-Century Letter
Monk and Father
Henri de Régnier.  
1864–1936.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction by Pierre Dareutiere de Bâcourt
The Faun with the Mirror
The Vase
Odelette I
Ernest Renan.  
1823–1892.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction by Ferdinand Brunetière
Brother and Sister
To the Pure Soul of My Sister Henriette
Motives and Conduct
The Share of the Semitic People in the History of Civilization
The Persistence of the Celtic Race
Fritz Reuter.  
1810–1874.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction
The Old Parson’s Death
The Miller and the Justice
James Ford Rhodes.  
1848–1927.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction
Daniel Webster
Webster’s Death
Improvement in American Health
American Manners in 1850
Samuel Richardson.  
1689–1761.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction
Pamela Immured by her Lover
Miss Byron’s Rescue from Abduction, by Sir Charles Grandison
Jean Richepin.  
1849–1926.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction by Mathurin Marius Dondo
James Whitcomb Riley.  
1849–1916.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction by Will David Howe
When She Comes Home
A Song: ‘There is ever a song somewhere, my dear
Knee-Deep in June
Out to Old Aunt Mary’s
No Boy Knows
Old John Henry
Little Orphant Annie
When the Frost is on the Punkin
A Life Lesson
Away
Nothin’ to Say
The Name of Old Glory
Anne Thackeray Ritchie.  
1837–1919.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction
My Witch’s-Caldron
Bricks and Ivy
Dutch Tiles
My Father’s Mother
Sir Charles George Douglas Roberts.  
1860–1943.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction
Strayed
The Unsleeping
An Epitaph for a Husbandman
The Little Field of Peace
Marsyas
The Flight of the Geese
Beside the Winter Sea
The Deserted City
Frederick William Robertson.  
1816–1853.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction
The Early Development of Christ
The Universal Nature of Christ
Agnes Mary Frances Robinson.  
1857–1944.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction
Tuscan Cypress
Red May
Edwin Arlington Robinson.  
1869–1935.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction by Walter Brooks Drayton Henderson
Cassandra
Veteran Sirens
The Poor Relation
Édouard Rod.  
1857–1910.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction by Grace Elizabeth King
Marriage
Paternity
Samuel Rogers.  
1763–1855.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction
Ginevra
From the ‘Pleasures of Memory
From ‘Recollections of the Table-Talk of Samuel Rogers
Romain Rolland.  
1866–1944.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction by Leland Hall
An Infant Prodigy
Roman Poets of the Later Empire  Critical Introduction by Harriet Waters Preston
Annius Florus: Roses
The Emperor Hadrian: To his Soul
Author Unknown: From the ‘Pervigilium Veneris
Calpurnius Siculus: The Rustic in the Amphitheatre
Decimus Magnus Ausonius: Idyl of the Roses
Decimus Magnus Ausonius: A Mother’s Epitaph
Claudius Claudianus: The Bereavement of Ceres
Claudius Claudianus: Invocation to Victory
Claudius Rutilius Numatianus: Prologue to the ‘Itinerarium
Anicius Severinus Boethius: The Government of the World
Anicius Severinus Boethius: The Hymn of Philosophy
Pierre de Ronsard.  
1524–1585.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction by Katharine Hillard
Sonnet: To Angelette
His Lady’s Tomb
Roses
To Cassandra
Song: To Marie
A Madrigal: To Astræa
Good Counsel
Ronsard to his Mistress
Theodore Roosevelt.  
1858–1919.  
Critical and Biographical Introduction by Brander Matthews
The Indians of the Northwest
Backwoodsmen and Other Early Types
Citizenship in a Republic

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