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Gerhard Richard Lomer
Literature is not bought and sold by the pound, but is of the spirit and in spirit must it be judged. Let him, then, who would teach others himself first go and learn the greatness of literature and feel its power.
How to Study Literature.
Gerhard Richard
Lomer
The Student’s Course in Literature
The Library of the World’s Best Literature
 
Edited by Gerhard Richard Lomer
 
The reading lists, genre guides and lectures—which feature chronological tables and bibliographies—contain some 4,300 hyperlinks to the main body of The Library, making it a fully integrated guide to this massive anthology.
 
 
CONTENTS
Bibliographic Record    General Index

NEW YORK: WARNER LIBRARY Co., 1917
NEW YORK: BARTLEBY.COM, 2015
 
Introduction: How to Study Literature
A Graded List of Readings
    I. Elementary and Grammar School
    II. High School
A College Curriculum in Literature
    Oriental Literature
    Greek Literature
    Latin Literature
    Mediæval Literature
    French Literature
    Italian Literature
    Spanish and Portuguese Literature
    Germanic Literature
    Belgian and Dutch Literature
    Scandinavian Literature
    Russian Literature
    English Literature
    Literature of the British Colonies
    American Literature
    General Literature
Lectures on the World’s Best Literature
    Oriental Literature
    Greek Literature
    Latin Literature
    Mediæval French Literature
    French Literature from the Renaissance
    Mediæval Italian Literature
    Italian Literature
    Spanish Literature
    Mediæval German Literature
    German Literature (1638–1870)
    Scandinavian Literature
    Russian Literature
    English Literature
        Introduction
        I.  Early English Literature
        II.  The Norman Conquest to Shakespeare (1066–1564)
        III.  The Elizabethan Age (1564–1616)
        IV.  The Age of Milton (1616–1660)
        V.  Dryden and the Restoration (1660–1700)
        VI.  The Augustan Age (1700–1790)
        VII.  The Romantic Movement (1790–1832)
        VIII.  The Victorian Era (1832–1900)
    American Literature
        Early American Literature
        The Early New Yorkers
        The New England Group
        The South and West: I.  Southern Literature
        The South and West: II.  Western Literature (1850–1900)
        Annotated Reading List in American Literature
    Early Twentieth-Century Fiction
    Early Twentieth-Century Essays
    Early Twentieth-Century Poetry
    Early Twentieth-Century Drama


 

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