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C.D. Warner, et al., comp.  The Library of the World’s Best Literature.
An Anthology in Thirty Volumes.  1917.
 
Quick Index to Primary Authors and Topical Essays
 
Abelard and Héloïse, About, Accadian-Babylonian and Assyrian Literature, Adam de Saint Victor, Abigail Adams, Henry Adams, John Adams, John Quincy Adams, Sarah Flower Adams, Addison, Claudius Ælianus, Æschines, Æschylus, Æsop, Agassiz, Agathias, Aguilar, Ainsworth, Akenside, Alarcón, Alcæus, Alcázar, Alciphron, Alcman, Alcott, Alcuin, Alden, Aldrich, Aleardi, d’Alembert, Alfieri, Alfonso X of Castile, Alfred the Great, Grant Allen, James Lane Allen, Allingham, Almqvist, Ambrosius, Amiel, Anacreon, Andersen, Andreyev, Aneirin, Anglo-Saxon Literature, Antar, Apuleius, Aquinas, The Arabian Nights, Arabic Literature, Arago, Arbuthnot, The Argonautic Legend, Ariosto, Aristophanes, Aristotle, Árnason, Arndt, von Arnim, Edwin Arnold, Matthew Arnold, The Arthurian Legends, Asbjørnsen, Ascham, Athenæus, Atterbom, Aucassin and Nicolette, Audubon, Auerbach, Augier, Augustine, Austen, Averroës, The Avesta, Ayton, Aytoun, d’Azeglio
Babur, Babrius, Bacon, Bagehot, Baggesen, Bailey, Baillie, Baird, Baker, Balfour, The Ballad, Balzac, Bancroft, Banim, de Banville, Barbauld, Barclay, Barham, Baring-Gould, Jane Barlow, Joel Barlow, Barnes, Barrès, Barrie, Bastiat, Baudelaire, Lord Beaconsfield, Beaumarchais, Beaumont and Fletcher, Beckford, Beecher, Beethoven, Bellman, Bennett, Bentham, Béranger, Bergson, Berkeley, Berlioz, Bernard of Clairvaux, Bernard of Cluny, Berners, Besant, Bestiaries and Lapidaries, Bilderdijk, Bion of Smyrna, Birrell, Bismarck, Björnson, Black, Blackmore, Blake, Blanc, Blicher, Blind, Boccaccio, Bodenstedt, Bodmer, Boethius, Boileau-Despréaux, Boissier, Boker, Saint Bonaventura, Borrow, Boscán, Bossuet, Boswell, Bourget, Bowring, Boyesen, Braddon, Brandes, Brant, Brantôme, Bremer, Brentano, Bridges, Brieux, Bright, Brillat-Savarin, Brontë Sisters, Brooks, Charles Brockden Brown, Dr. John Brown, Sir Thomas Browne, William Browne, Brownell, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Robert Browning, Brownson, Brunetière, Bruno, Bryant, Bryce, Buckland, Buckle, Buffon, Bulwer-Lytton, Bunner, Bunyan, Bürger, Burke, Burnett, Burney, Burns, Burroughs, Sir Richard Burton, Robert Burton, Bushnell, Samuel Butler (1612–1680), Samuel Butler (1835–1902), Lord Byron
Caballero, Cable, Cæsar, Caine, Calderón, Calhoun, Callimachus, Calverley, Calvin, Camões, Campbell, Campion, Canning, Cantù, Carducci, Carew, Carlyle, Carman, Carpenter, Carroll, Casanova, de las Casas, Castiglione, Cato the Elder, Cats, Catullus, Cawein, Cellini, Celtic Literature, Cervantes, Chamisso, Channing, Chapman, Chateaubriand, Chatterton, Chaucer, Chekhov, Chénier, Cherbuliez, Chesterfield, Chesterton, The Literature of China, Choate, Saint Chrysostom, Churchill, Cicero, El Cid, Clarendon, Clarke, Claudius, Clay, Cleanthes, Clough, Coleridge, William Collins, William Wilkie Collins, Colman, Comenius, Commines, Comte, Congreve, Conrad, Conscience, Cooke, Cooper, Copernicus, Coppée, Corneille, Cousin, Cowley, Cowper, Crabbe, Craik, Craven, Crawford, Crébillon, Croce, Crockett, Croly, Cupples, Curtis, Curtius, Cuvier
Dahn, von Dalin, Dana, Sr., Dana, Jr., D’Annunzio, Dante, Darmesteter, Darwin, Daudet, De Amicis, Defoe, de Heredia, Dehmel, Eduard Dekker, Thomas Dekker, Delavigne, De Morgan, Demosthenes, De Quincey, Déroulède, Descartes, Desjardins, de Staël, de Vere, Díaz del Castillo, Dibdin, Dickens, Diderot, von Dingelstedt, Diogenes Laertius, Disraeli, Dobell, Dobson, Dodge, Donne, Dostoyevsky, Dowden, Doyle, Drachmann, Drake, The Drama of the Early Twentieth Century, Draper, Drayton, Droz, Henry Drummond, William Drummond of Hawthornden, William Henry Drummond, Dryden, Du Camp, du Deffand, Dumas, Dumas, Jr., du Maurier, Dunbar, Dunne, Duruy, Dutt, Dwight
Ebers, Echegaray, The Eddas, Edersheim, Edgeworth, Edgren-Leffler, Edwards, Eekhoud, Eggleston, Egyptian Literature, von Eichendorff, Charles William Eliot, George Eliot, Emerson, Empedocles, Ennius, Eötvös, Epictetus, Erasmus, Erckmann, de Espronceda, Esquiros, Euripides, Evelyn, Everett, Ewald
Fabre, Farrar, Fénelon, Ferrero, Ferrier, Feuillet, Fichte, Fiction in the Early Twentieth Century, Field, Fielding, da Filicaia, Firdawsī, Firenzuola, Fischer, Fiske, Fitzgerald, Flaubert, Fleming, de Florian, Flygare-Carlén, Fogazzaro, Folk-Song, Foote, Ford, France, Saint Francis of Assisi, Saint Francis de Sales, Franklin, Fréchette, Frederic, Edward A. Freeman, Mary E. W. Freeman, Freiligrath, Frenssen, Freytag, Fröbel, Froissart, Froude, Henry Blake Fuller, Margaret Fuller, Thomas Fuller
Gaboriau, Galdós, Galsworthy, Galton, Garborg, Garland, Gaskell, Gautier, Gay, Geibel, Aulus Gellius, David Lloyd George, Henry George, Gesta Romanorum, Gibbon, Gibson, Gilbert, Gilder, Gissing, Giusti, Gladstone, Godkin, Goethe, Gogol, Goldoni, Goldschmidt, Goldsmith, Goncharov, E. and J. de Goncourt, Gorky, Gosse, von Gottschall, Gower, Grant, Grattan, Gray, The Greek Anthology, Greeley, John Richard Green, Thomas Hill Green, Greene, Griffin, Grillparzer, Herman Grimm, Jacob Grimm, Grote, de Guérin, Guizot
Haeckel, Hafez, Hakluyt, Hale, Halevi, Halévy, Haliburton, Hallam, Halleck, Hamerton, Alexander Hamilton, Anthony Hamilton, Arthur Sherburne Hardy, Thomas Hardy, Harris, Harrison, Harte, Hauff, Hauptmann, Julian Hawthorne, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Hay, Hayne, Hazlitt, Hearn, Heber, Hegel, Heine, Heliodorus, Hemans, Henley, O. Henry, Patrick Henry, Heraclitus, Herbert, Herder, Herodotus, Herrick, Hertz, Hesiod, Heyse, Heywood, Higginson, Hildreth, Hobbes, Hoffmann, von Hofmannsthal, Hogg, Holberg, Holinshed, Holland, Holmes, Hölty, The Legend of the Holy Grail, Homer, The Homeric Hymns, Hood, Hooft, Hook, Horace, Horne, Joseph Howe, Julia Ward Howe, Howells, Hughes, Hugo, von Humboldt, Hume, Hunt, Huxley, Huysmans
Ibn Sina, Ibsen, Icelandic Literature, Immermann, Indian Literature, Ingelow, Ingemann, Ingersoll, The Irish Literary Renascence, Irving, Isaacs
Jackson, Henry James, William James, Jāmī, Janvier, Japanese Literature, Jasmin, Jayadeva, Jean Paul, Jefferies, Jefferson, Jerrold, Jewett, Johnson, Johnston, Jókai, Jonson, Josephus, Joubert, Juana Inés de la Cruz, Judd, Juvenal
The Kabbalah, The Kalevala, Kālidāsa, Kant, Keats, Keble, Keller, Khayyám, Kielland, King, Kinglake, Kingsley, Kipling, von Kleist, Klopstock, The Koran, Körner, Krasiński
Laboulaye, La Bruyère, La Fayette, La Fontaine, Lagerlöf, Lamartine, Lamb, Lamennais, La Motte-Fouqué, Lampman, Landor, Lang, Lanier, La Rochefoucauld, Latin-American Literature, Laurier, la Villemarqué, Leacock, Lecky, Leconte de Lisle, Le Gallienne, Lemaître, Leopardi, Lesage, Lessing, Lever, Lewes, Lie, von Liliencron, Lincoln, Linnaeus, Livy, Locke, Locker-Lampson, Lockhart, Lodge, London, Longfellow, Longus, Loti, Lover, Lowell, Lubbock, Lucian, Lucretius, Luther, Lytton
Maartens, Mabie, The Mabinogion, Macaulay, McCarthy, MacDonald, Macé, Machiavelli, MacKaye, Macleod, McMaster, Macphail, Madách, Madison, Maeterlinck, Maginn, Mahaffy, Mahan, Mahony, Maimonides, Maine, de Maistre, Mallock, Malory, Mandeville, Mangan, Manzoni, Marcus Aurelius, Marguerite de Navarre, Marlowe, Marot, Marryat, Martial, Martineau, Marvell, Marx, Masefield, Masques, Massillon, Massinger, Matthews, de Maupassant, Maurice, Mazzini, Meinhold, Melville, Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Mendès, Menéndez y Pelayo, Meredith, Mérimée, Meyer, Michaelangelo, Michelet, Mickiewicz, Mill, Mille, Miller, Milton, Mirabeau, Mistral, Donald Grant Mitchell, Silas Weir Mitchell, Mitford, Molière, Mommsen, Montagu, Montaigne, Montesquieu, Moody, George Moore, Thomas Moore, More, Morier, Mörike, Morley, Morris, Moschus, Motherwell, Motley, Muir, Mulford, Friedrich Max Müller, Wilhelm Müller, Murfree, Murger, de Musset, Myers, Myths and Folk-Lore of the Aryan Peoples
Nairne, Nansen, The New Testament, Newman, Newton, Nibelungenlied, Niebuhr, Nietzsche, Nizami Ganjavi, Nodier, Frank Norris, William Edward Norris, Norton, Novalis, Noyes
O’Brien, Oehlenschläger, The Old Testament and the Jewish Apocrypha, Oliphant, O’Reilly, Ossian and Ossianic Poetry, Ouida, Ovid
Page, Pailleron, Paine, Palfrey, Palgrave, Paludan-Müller, Pardo Bazán, Parini, Sir Gilbert Parker, Theodore Parker, Parkman, Parmenides, Parsons, Parton, Pascal, Pascoli, Pater, Patmore, Paulding, Pausanias, Peacock, Peele, Pellico, Pepys, de Pereda, Perrault, Persius, Petőfi, Petrarch, Petronius, Philemon, Stephen Phillips, Wendell Phillips, Pierre of Provence and the Beautiful Maguelonne, Pindar, Piron, von Platen, Plato, Plautus, Pliny the Elder, Pliny the Younger, Plutarch, Poe, Poetry of the Early Twentieth Century, Polybius, Pope, Praed, Prescott, Prévost, Prime, Prior, Procter, Propertius, Provençal Literature, Pulci, Pushkin
Quesnay, Quiller-Couch, Quinet, Quintilian
Rabelais, Racine, Raleigh, Rambaud, Ramsay, Ranke, Read, Reade, de Régnier, Renan, Reuter, Rhodes, Richardson, Richepin, Riley, Ritchie, Roberts, Robertson, Agnes Mary Frances Robinson, Edwin Arlington Robinson, Rod, Rogers, Rolland, Roman Poets of the Later Empire, Ronsard, Roosevelt, Christina Georgina Rossetti, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Rostand, Rousseau, Rückert, Ruffini, Rūmī, Runeberg, Ruskin, Russell, Russian Lyric Poetry, Russian Realistic School of Poetry
Sachs, Sa’dī, Sainte-Beuve, Saintine, Saint-Pierre, Saint-Simon, Sallust, Sand, Sandeau, Sappho, Sarcey, Sardou, von Scheffel, Schérer, Schiller, August Wilhelm von Schlegel, Friedrich von Schlegel, Schnitzler, Schopenhauer, Schreiner, Schurz, Scott, Scribe, Selden, Senancour, Seneca, Serao, de Sévigné, Shakespeare, Vishnu Sharma, Shaw, Shelley, Shenstone, Sheridan, Shorthouse, Sidney, Sienkiewicz, Sill, Simms, Simonides, Sismondi, Slosson, Słowacki, Adam Smith, Francis Hopkinson Smith, Goldwin Smith, Sydney Smith, Smollett, Snider, Socrates, Solomon ibn Gabirol, Solon, Sophocles, Southey, Souvestre, Spencer, Spenser, Spielhagen, Spinoza, Spofford, Statius, Stedman, Steele, Stendhal, Stephen, Sterne, Stevenson, Stillman, Stockton, Elizabeth Drew Barstow Stoddard, Richard Henry Stoddard, Storm, Story, Stowe, Strauss, Strindberg, Stuart, Stubbs, Suckling, Sudermann, Sue, Suetonius, Sully Prudhomme, Sumner, Swedenborg, Swift, Swinburne, Sylva, Symonds, Synge
Tacitus, Tagore, Tahitian Literature, Taine, The Talmud, Tarkington, Tasso, Bayard Taylor, Sir Henry Taylor, Jeremy Taylor, Tegnér, Tennyson, Terence, Thackeray, Thanet, Thaxter, Theocritus, Theognis, Theuriet, Thierry, Thiers, Thomas, Thomas à Kempis, Thompson, James Thomson (1700–1748), James Thomson (1834–1882), Thoreau, Thucydides, Tibullus, Tieck, Timrod, Tocqueville, Tolstoy, Trollope, Turgenev, Turner, Twain, Tyler, Tyndall, Tyrtæus, Archilochus, and their Successors in the Development of Greek Lyric
Uhland
Valdés, Valera, van Dyke, Vasari, Vaughan, Vazov, de Vega, Verga, Verhaeren, Verlaine, Very, Veuillot, Vigny, Villari, Villon, Virgil, Vogüé, Voltaire, van den Vondel, von Holst
Wagner, Alfred Russel Wallace, Lewis Wallace, Waller, Walpole, Walther von der Vogelweide and His Times, Walton, Artemus Ward, Elizabeth Stuart Phelps Ward, Mary Augusta Ward, Warner, Washington, Wasson, John Watson, William Watson, Watts, Daniel Webster, John Webster, Weiss, Welhaven, Wells, Wesley, Edith Wharton, Thomas Wharton, Whipple, Andrew Dickson White, Gilbert White, Richard Grant White, Whitman, Whittier, Wieland, Wilde, Wilhelmine von Bayreuth, Willis, Alexander Wilson, John Wilson, Woodrow Wilson, Winter, Winthrop, Wirt, Wister, Wither, Wollstonecraft, Wood, Woodberry, Woods, Woolman, Woolson, Wordsworth, Wyatt, Wycliffe
Xenophon
Yeats, Arthur Young, Edward Young
Zola, Zorrilla y Moral

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