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Thomas Jefferson
We are wisely framed to be as warmly interested for a fictitious as for a real personage. The field of imagination is thus laid open to our use, and lessons may be formed to illustrate and carry home to the heart every moral rule of life.
On Fiction
Thomas
Jefferson
The Reader’s Digest of Books
The Library of the World’s Best Literature
 
Helen Rex Keller
 
With more than 2,000 synopses of works by some 1,200 authors—sorted by title, author and date—this unique reference work is the ultimate great book finder through the early twentieth century.
 
 
CONTENTS
Bibliographic Record    Preface    General Index

NEW YORK: WARNER LIBRARY Co., 1917
NEW YORK: BARTLEBY.COM, 2015
 
Alphabetical Listing by Title
The Abbé ConstantintoThe Aztec Treasure-House
Babylonian Influence on the BibletoA Christian Woman
Christie JohnstonetoDonovan
Don QuixotetoA Critical History of the Doctrine of a Future Life
Gabriel ConroytoHypnotism, Mesmerism, and the New Witchcraft
An Iceland FishermantoThe Liars
On LibertytoThe Myths of the New World
The NabobtoProgress and Poverty
Prometheus BoundtoThe Strenuous Life
StrifetoZury; The Meanest Man in Spring County
  
Alphabetical Listing by Author
Edwin Abbott AbbotttoGiovanni Boccaccio
BoethiustoJoseph Conrad
Hendrik ConsciencetoJohn Evelyn
Ferdinand FabretoArnold Guyot
William Henry HadowtoJosephus
Elisha Kent KanetoE. Marlitt (Eugenie John)
Christopher MarlowetoPius II.
PlatotoWilliam Shakespeare
George Bernard ShawtoWilliam Makepeace Thackeray
Octave Thanet (Alice French)toCharles Zueblin
  
Chronological Listing
900 B.C.to1799
1801to1864
1865to1882
1883to1896
1897to1917


 

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