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C.D. Warner, et al., comp.  The Library of the World’s Best Literature.
An Anthology in Thirty Volumes.  1917.
 
General Index
German Literature to Heber
 
German Literature.
    Ambrosius, Johanna
    Arndt, Ernst Moritz
    Auerbach, Berthold
    Bismarck, Otto Edward Leopold von
    Blind, Mathilde
    Bodenstedt, F. M. von
    Bodmer, J. J.
    Brant, Sebastian
    Brentano, Clemens
    Bürger, Gottfried August
    Chamisso, Adelbert von
    Claudius, Matthias
    Curtius, Ernst
    Dahn, Felix
    Dehmel, Richard
    Dingelstedt, Franz von
    Ebers, Georg Moritz
    Eichendorff, Joseph von
    Fichte, Johann Gottlieb
    Fischer, Kuno
    Fleming, Paul
    Freiligrath, Ferdinand
    Frenssen, Gustav
    Freytag, Gustav
    Fröbel, Friedrich
    Fulda, Ludwig
    Geibel, Emanuel
    George, Stefan
    Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von
    Gottfried von Strassburg
    Gottschall, Rudolf von
    Grimm, Herman
    — Jacob Ludwig Carl
    — Wilhelm Carl
    Hadloub, Johann
    Haeckel, Ernst
    Hartmann von Aue
    Hauff, Wilhelm
    Hauptmann, Carl
    — Gerhart
    Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich
    Heine, Heinrich
    Heinrich von Morungen
    — — Veldeke
    Herder, Johann Gottfried
    Heyse, Paul
    Hirschfeld, Georg
    Hoffmann, Ernst Theodor Wilhelm
    Hölty, Ludwig Heinrich Christoph
    Humboldt, Alexander von
    Immermann, Karl Leberecht
    Jean Paul (J. P. F. Richter)
    Kant, Immanuel
    Keller, Gottfried
    Kleist, Heinrich von
    Klopstock, Friedrich Gottlieb
    Konrad von Würzburg
    Körner, Karl Theodor
    Kraft von Toggenburg
    La Motte-Fouqué, Friedrich, Baron de
    Lessing, Gotthold Ephraim
    Liliencron, Detlev von
    Luther, Martin
    Marx, Karl
    Meinhold, Johann Wilhelm
    Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix
    Meyer, Conrad Ferdinand
    Minnesingers, The
    Mommsen, Theodore
    Mörike, Eduard
    Müller, Wilhelm
    Nibelungenlied, The
    Niebuhr, Barthold Georg
    Nietzsche, Friedrich
    Novalis (Friedrich von Hardenberg)
    Platen, August von
    Ranke, Leopold von
    Reuter, Fritz
    Rilke, Rainer Maria
    Rückert, Friedrich
    Sachs, Hans
    Scheffel, Joseph Viktor von
    Schiller, Johann Christoph Friedrich
    Schlegel, Friedrich von
    Schopenhauer, Arthur
    Spielhagen, Friedrich
    Steinmar
    Storm, Theodor
    Strauss, David Friedrich
    Sudermann, Hermann
    Tieck, Johann Ludwig
    Uhland, Johann Ludwig
    von Holst, Hermann Eduard
    Wagner, Richard
    Walther von der Vogelweide
    Wedekind, Frank
    Wieland, Christopher Martin
    Wilhelmine von Bayreuth
    Wolfram von Eschenbach
Germania, Tacitus
Germany.
    Address to the German Nation, Fichte
    Ancient Germans, The, Cæsar (The Gallic Wars)
    Court Life, 1729, Wilhelmine von Bayreuth (Memoirs)
    France and Germany, Rambaud (Germany under Napoleon, 1804–1811)
    German Art (Poem), Schiller
    Manners and Customs of the Germans, Tacitus (Germania)
    Maximilian at the Diet of Worms, Ranke (History of the Latin and Teutonic Nations)
    Minnesingers, The, C. H. Genung
    Patriotic Song (Poem), Arndt
    Rise of the Jesuits in Germany, Ranke (History of the Popes)
    Song of the Field-Marshal, The (Poem), Arndt
    Speech on the Military Bill, Bismarck
    State Sovereignty, Hamilton (Federalist)
    Visit of Peter the Great to Frederick William I., Wilhelmine von Bayreuth (Memoirs)
    What is the German’s Fatherland? (Poem), Arndt
    William I. of Germany, Death of, Vogüé
Germany under Napoleon, Rambaud
Gesta Romanorum
Get You Gone (Poem), Verhaeren
Getting Married, Shaw
Gettysburg Address, The, Lincoln
Ghazals or Odes (Poems), Hafez
Ghosts, Ibsen
Giacosa, Giuseppe
Giants, The (Poem), Very
Giaour, The (Poem), Byron
Gibbon, Edward, Bagehot
— — W. E. H. Lecky
Giboyer’s Boy, Augier
Gibson, Wilfred Wilson, H. M. Ayres
Gil Blas, Lesage
Gilbert, William Schwenck
Gilder, Richard Watson
Gilgamesh Epic (Poems), Anon.
Gillette, William
Ginevra (Poem), Rogers
Gingillino (Poem), Giusti
Gioconda, La, D’Annunzio
Giovanni Episcopo, D’Annunzio
Giovine Italia, Mazzini
Gipsies, Borrow, Lavengro, Bible in Spain
The (Poems), Béranger
Gissing, George Robert, Allan Nevins
Gīta-Govinda (Poem), Jayadeva
Giusti, Giuseppe
Gladiatorial Shows, The Moral Influence of, Lecky (History of European Morals)
Gladstone, William Ewart
On the Death of, Laurier
Gleanings of Past Years, Gladstone
Glimpses (Poem), Heine
of Dreamlands, Bakin
of Unfamiliar Japan, Hearn
Glorious Eighth of January, The, King
Gloucester Moors (Poem), Moody
Glouvet, Jules, see Quesnay de Beaurepaire, Jules.
Gluck, Berlioz
Go, Lovely Rose (Poem), Waller
God, The Idea of, Descartes (Meditations)
There Is a (Poem), Defoe
Zu, The (Poem), Anon.
Goddess Beltis, Invocation to the (Poem), Anon.
Goddwyn,” Final Chorus from, (Poem), Chatterton
Godiva’s Plea, Landor
Godkin, Edwin Lawrence
Godlike, The (Poem), Goethe
Godmothers, The, Spofford
Gododin, Aneirin
Gods Are Athirst, The, France
Gods of Greece, The (Poem), Schiller
God’s Fool, Maartens
War (Poem), Almqvist
Will, Sienkiewicz
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von, Edward Dowden
de Staël (On Germany)
and Bettina Brentano, Sainte-Beuve (Portraits of Men)
— — Schiller, Lewes
Hours with, Mendelssohn (Letters)
Goethe’s Faust: the Method of Exposition, Fischer
Gogol, Nikolai Vasilievitch, I. F. Hapgood
Gold (Poem), Anacreon
— (Poem), Heine
Golden Age, The (Poem), Tasso
Ass, The, Apuleius
Bough, J. G. Frazer
Bowl, The, Henry James
Dream, The, Nodier
Goose, The, Vishnu Sharma (Pilpay)
Palace, The (Poem), Bobrov
Pot, The, Hoffmann
Silence, The (Poem), Winter
Targe, The (Poem), Dunbar
Wedding and Other Tales, A, Stuart
Goldoni, Carlo, W. C. Lawton
Goldschmidt, Meïr Aaron
Goldsmith, Oliver, C. M. Gayley
Goliath (Poem), Welhaven
Goncharov, Ivan Aleksandrovitch, N. H. Dole
Goncourt, Edmond de
Jules de
Goncourt’s “Woman in the Eighteenth Century,” Schérer
Gondola, The (Poem), Clough
Gondoliera (Poem), Geibel
Gone in the Wind (Poem), Rückert
Good-by to Childhood, Anon.
Good Counsel (Poem), Ronsard
Fighting (Poem), Déroulède
Friday and Other Poems, Masefield
“— -Night, Babette,” Dobson
Steward, The, Wesley
Gorgias, Plato
Gorky, Maksim, Charles Johnston
Gospel According to St. Mark, Bible
for an Age of Doubt, The, van Dyke
Gosse, Edmund
Gottfried von Strassburg
Göttingen, Heine
Gottschall, Rudolf von
Gould, Sabine Baring-, see Baring-Gould, Sabine.
Gourgues, Dominique de, Parkman (Pioneers of France)
Government, see Politics and Government.
Gower, John
Grammar of Painting and Engraving, Blanc
of the Stars, The (Poem), Heine
Grammarian’s Funeral, A (Poem), Robert Browning
Gramont’s Memoirs, Anthony Hamilton
Gran Conquista de Ultramar, La, Alfonso X of Castile
Granby, Lister
Grande Bretèche, La, Balzac
Chartreuse, The (Poem), Matthew Arnold
Pitié des Églises de France, La, Barrès
Grandeur and Decadence of the Roman Empire, The, Montesquieu
Grant, Ulysses S., Hamlin Garland
Granville-Barker
Grasshopper, The (Poem), Anacreon
— — (Poem), Thomas
and the Ant, The (Poem), “La Fontaine”
Grattan, Henry
Grave in the Busento, The (Poem), Platen
Gray, Thomas, G. P. Lathrop
Gray Man, The, Crockett
Graziella, Lamartine
Great Aspiration, The (Poem), Pascoli
Assize, The, Wesley
Divide, The, Moody
Expectations, Dickens
Galeoto, The, Echegaray
Journey, The (Poem), Edwin Arnold
Mysteries, The, Crinagoras
Remembrance, and Other Poems, The, Gilder
— War, The, see War of the Nations.
Greater Glory, The, Maartens
Testament, The (Poem), Villon
Greco; ou, Le Secret de Tolède, Barrès
Greece.
    Acropolis of Athens, The, Pausanias
    Alexander the Great, Grote (History of Greece)
    Alexandrian Library, The, Gibbon (Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire)
    Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage (Poem), Byron
    Cleon, Grote (History of Greece)
    Genius of Greek Art, The, Symonds (Studies of the Greek Poets)
    Giaour, The (Poem), Byron
    Gods of Greece, The (Poem), Schiller
    Græco-Roman Civilization, Strauss (Life of Jesus)
    Grecian Sunset, A (Poem), Byron
    Greek Struggle for Independence, Clay (Speech)
    — World, The, Hegel (Philosophy of History)
    Greeks, The, Amiel (Journal)
    History of Greece, A, Grote
    Isles of Greece, The (Poem), Byron
    Justification of His Patriotic Policy, Demosthenes
    Old Greek Education, Mahaffy
    Platæa, The, Night Attack on, Thucydides
    Siege of Corinth, The (Poem), Byron
    Socrates, Curtius (History of Greece)
    Syracuse, The Battle of, Thucydides (History)
    Temple of Zeus at Olympia, The, Pausanias
    Third Philippic, The, Demosthenes
    Xenophon’s Estate at Scillus (Anabasis)
Greediness Punished (Poem), Rückert
Greek Anthology, The, Talcott Williams
Greek Literature.
    Æschines
    Æschylus
    Æsop
    Agathias
    Alcæus
    Alciphron
    Alcman
    Alpheus
    Ammianus
    Anacreon
    Antipater of Sidon
    Antiphilus
    Arabius
    Archias
    Archilochus
    Argonautic Legend, The
    Aristophanes
    Aristotle
    Asclepiades
    Athenæus
    Babrius
    Bacchylides
    Bion
    Callimachus
    Callistratus
    Chrysostom, St. John
    Cleanthes
    Crinagoras
    Demosthenes
    Diogenes Laertius
    Discorides
    Empedocles
    Epictetus
    Euripides
    Greek Anthology, The, Talcott Williams
    — Lyric Poetry
    Heliodorus
    Heraclitus
    Herodotus
    Hesiod
    Homer
    Homeric Hymns
    Hybrias
    Ibycus
    Isidorus
    Joannes Barbucallus
    Julianus Ægyptius
    Leonidas of Tarentum
    Longus
    Lucian of Samosata
    Macedonius
    Mæcius
    Marcus Argentarius
    Meleager
    Menander
    Mimnermus
    Mnesalcus
    Moschus
    New Testament, The
    Nicarchus
    Parmenides
    Paulus Silentiarius
    Pausanias
    Philemon
    Philodemus
    Pindar
    Plato
    Plutarch
    Polybius
    Posidippus
    Sappho
    Simmias of Thebes
    Simonides
    Socrates
    Solon
    Stesichorus
    Strato
    Terpander
    Theætetus
    Theocritus
    Theognis
    Thucydides
    Tibullus
    Tyrtæus
    — Archilochus, and their Successors
    Xenophon
Greeley, Horace, C. C. Buel
Horace Greeley’s Ride to Placerville, Artemus Ward
Green, John Richard
Green Grow the Rashes (Poem), Burns
Hand, The, Cupples
Henry, Keller
Leaves and Sere (Poem), Blind
Gregory, Lady Isabella Augusta, L. R. Morris
Gregory’s “Pastoral Care
Grewsome Lover, A (Poem), Ovid
Gridiron, The, Lover
Griffin, Gerald
Grillparzer, Franz
Grimm, Herman
Jacob Ludwig Carl, B. W. Wells
Wilhelm Carl, B. W. Wells
Griselda, The Story of, Boccaccio
Grishma (Poem), (Kālidāsa), Edwin Arnold’s (Translation)
Groatsworth of Wit, A, Greene
Grote, George
Guardian, The, Steele
Growth of Love, The (Poem), Bridges
Gudbrand of the Mountain-Side, Asbjørnsen
Gude-Nicht, and Joy Be wi’ Ye, A’ (Poem), Lady Nairne
Guérin, Eugénie de
Maurice de
Guide of the Perplexed, Maimonides
Guillaume de Cabestaing
— — Poitiers
Guimerá, Angel
Guinon, Albert
Guirant de Borneil
Guiraud Le Roux
Guizot, François, Charles Gross
Gul’s Home Booke, The, Thomas Dekker
Gulliver’s Travels, Swift
Gunnar, a Taje of Norse Life, Boyesen
 
Habeas Corpus (Poem), Jackson
Hack and Hew (Poem), Carman
Háconamál (Poem), Eyvind Skaldaspiller
Hadjy-Dimitre (Poem), Botev
Hadloub, Johann
Haeckel, Ernst, W. B. Pitkin
Hafez, A. V. W. Jackson
Hagoromo
Hail! Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord (Hymn), Wesley
Hajji Baba, The Adventures of, Morier
Hakluyt, Richard
Hakon Jarl, Oehlenschläger
Halbe, Max
Hale, Edward Everett
Halevi, Judah, Richard Gottheil
Halévy, Ludovic
Haliburton, Thomas C.
Hallam, Henry
Halleck, Fitz-Greene
— — — Bayard Taylor
Hallelujah Chorus (Poem), Brownell
Hamásah (Poem)
Hamburg Dramaturgy, Lessing
Hamerton, Philip Gilbert
Hamilton, Alexander, D. C. Gilman
Anthony
Hamlet, Shakespeare
‘Hamlet’ at the Boston Theatre (Poem), J. W. Howe
Hand of Lincoln, The (Poem), Stedman
Hand-Shaking, Sydney Smith
Hanging of the Crane, The (Poem), Longfellow
Hannele, Hauptmann
Hannibal, The Character of, Livy (History of Rome)
Hans Brinker, or, The Silver Skates, Dodge
Happiness in Slumber (Poem), Zhukovsky
The Search for, Bagehot (William Cowper)
Happy Life, The, Eliot
Hard Times, Dickens
Hardenberg, Friedrich von, see Novalis.
Hardy, Arthur Sherburne
Thomas, A. M. Sholl
Hardy’s Poetry, Slaughter
Hare and Many Friends, The (Poem), Gay
Hare-Mark in the Moon, The, Vishnu Sharma (Pilpay)
Hariri, Abu Muhammad al-
Hark! Hark! the Lark (Poem), Shakespeare
Harmonies (Poems), Lamartine
Haroun Al Raschid (Poem), Longfellow
Harp that Once through Tara’s Halls, The (Poem), Thomas Moore
Harper’s Songs, The (Poem), Goethe
Harris, Joel Chandler
Harrison, Frederic
Harte, Bret, W. H. Hudson
Hartmann von Aue
Hartz Journey, The, Heine
Harvest, The (Poem), Déroulède
Song (Poem), Hölty
Harvesters, The (Poem), Aleardi
Hastings, The Battle of, J. R. Green (History of the English People)
— — — — Thierry (History of the Conquest of England)
Hastings, Warren, The Trial of, Macaulay (Essay on Gleig’s ‘Memoirs’)
Hasty Pudding (Poem), Barlow
Hauff, Wilhelm
Hauptmann, Carl
Gerhart, Ludwig Lewisohn
Hautefort, Madame de, Cousin
Hautontimorumenos, Terence
Hawthorne, Julian
Nathaniel, Henry James
Hay, John
Hayne, Paul Hamilton
Hayti, The Hero of, ‘Toussaint l’Ouverture,’ Wendell Phillips
Hazard of New Fortunes, A, Howells
Hazlitt, William
He and She (Poem), Edwin Arnold
He Remembers Forgotten Beauty (Poem), Yeats
Sendeth Sun, He Sendeth Shower (Poem), S. F. Adams
Health, see Medicine and Hygiene.
Beauty, Wealth (Poem), Anaxandrides
Heaps of Money, Norris
Hearn, Lafcadio
Heart-Break (Poem), Catullus
Heart Knoweth Its Own Bitterness, The (Poem), C. G. Rossetti
of Mid-Lothian, The, Scott
Heart’s Desire (Poem), Virgil
Heat (Poem), Lampman
Heather, Among the, Grant Allen (The Evolutionist at Large)
Heaven and Hell, Swedenborg
Hath its Stars (Poem), Marcus Argentarius
Overarches (Poem), C. G. Rossetti
Heavenly Doctrine of the New Jerusalem, The, Swedenborg
Hebe (Poem), Lowell
Heber, Reginald


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