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C.D. Warner, et al., comp.  The Library of the World’s Best Literature.
An Anthology in Thirty Volumes.  1917.
 
The Reader’s Digest of Books
Index of Authors
Conscience to Evelyn
 
Hendrik Conscience.  
1812–1883.  
The Lion of Flanders
Thomas Constable.  
1812–1881.  
Archibald Constable and His Literary Correspondents
Benjamin Constant.  
1767–1830.  
Adolphe
Hugh Conway (Frederick John Fargus).  
1847–1885.  
Called Back
Moncure Daniel Conway.  
1832–1907.  
Demonology and Devil-Lore
The Wandering Jew
Josiah Parsons Cooke.  
1827–1894.  
The New Chemistry
James Fenimore Cooper.  
1789–1851.  
The Bravo
The Deerslayer
The Last of the Mohicans
Leatherstocking Tales
The Pilot
The Red Rover
Marie Corelli.  
1855–1924.  
Ardath
Barabbas
The Master Christian
Pierre Corneille.  
1606–1684.  
The Cid
Leslie Cope Cornford.  
1867–1927.  
The Master Beggars
Madame Sophie Cottin.  
1770–1807.  
Elizabeth; or, The Exiles of Siberia
Pierre de Coubertin.  
1863–1937.  
Evolution of France under the Third Republic
Louis Couperus.  
1863–1923.  
Footsteps of Fate
Majesty
William John Courthope.  
1842–1917.  
History of English Poetry
Myles Coverdale, trans.  
c. 1488–1569.  
Coverdale’s Bible
Benjamin Harris Cowper.  
1822–1904.  
Apocryphal Gospels
William Cowper.  
1731–1800.  
The Task
Dinah Maria Mulock Craik.  
1826–1887.  
Hannah
John Halifax, Gentleman
Stephen Crane.  
1871–1900.  
The Red Badge of Courage
Thomas Frederick Crane.  
1844–1927.  
Italian Popular Tales
Francis Marion Crawford.  
1854–1909.  
Casa Braccio
Corleone
Don Orsino
Dr. Claudius
Greifenstein
A Lady of Rome
Mr. Isaacs
In the Palace of the King
A Roman Singer
Via Crucis
Edward Shepherd Creasy.  
1812–1878.  
Fifteen Decisive Battles of the World
Benedetto Croce.  
1866–1952.  
Æsthetic as Science of Expression and General Linguistic
Samuel Rutherford Crockett.  
1860–1914.  
The Raiders
The Stickit Minister
Bithia Mary Croker.  
1849–1920.  
Beyond the Pale
Herbert David Croly.  
1869–1930.  
The Promise of American Life
Oliver Cromwell.  
1599–1658.  
Oliver Cromwell’s Letters and Speeches: With Elucidations
John Beattie Crozier.  
1849–1921.  
History of Intellectual Development
Charles Thomas Cruttwell.  
1847–1911.  
A History of Roman Literature
Maria Susanna Cummins.  
1827–1866.  
The Lamplighter
William Cunningham.  
1849–1919.  
The Growth of British Industry and Commerce
George William Curtis.  
1824–1892.  
Literary and Social Essays
Potiphar Papers
Prue and I
Robert Curzon.  
1810–1873.  
Visits to the Monasteries of the Levant
Elizabeth Bacon Custer.  
1842–1933.  
Boots and Saddles
Richard Henry Dana, Jr.  
1815–1882.  
Two Years Before the Mast
Gabriele D’Annunzio.  
1863–1938.  
Daughter of Jorio
The Flame of Life
La Gioconda
Dante Alighieri.  
1265–1321.  
The Divine Comedy
Charles Darwin.  
1809–1882.  
The Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex
Origin of Species
Erasmus Darwin.  
1731–1802.  
The Botanic Garden
Alphonse Daudet.  
1840–1897.  
The Immortal
Jack
The Nabob
Numa Roumestan
Tartarin of Tarascon
Leonardo da Vinci.  
1452–1519.  
Treatise on Painting
Richard Harding Davis.  
1864–1916.  
Gallegher and Other Stories
In the Fog
The Princess Aline
Soldiers of Fortune
Van Bibber and Others
Alec John Dawson.  
1872–1952.  
Middle Greyness
William Harbutt Dawson.  
1860–1948.  
The Evolution of Modern Germany
Thomas Day.  
1748–1789.  
Sandford and Merton
Edmondo De Amicis.  
1846–1908.  
Cuore
Morocco, Its People and Place
Daniel Defoe.  
1661?–1731.  
Robinson Crusoe
John William De Forest.  
1826–1906.  
Irene the Missionary
Kate Beaumont
Miss Ravenel’s Conversion from Secession to Loyalty
The Wetherel Affair
Thomas Dekker.  
c. 1570–1632.  
Satiromastix
The Shoemaker’s Holiday
Margaret Deland.  
1857–1945.  
The Awakening of Helena Richie
The Iron Woman
John Ward, Preacher
Philip and his Wife
Casimir Delavigne.  
1793–1843.  
The Sicilian Vespers
William De Morgan.  
1839–1917.  
Alice-for-short
Joseph Vance: An Ill-Written Autobiography
Confessions of an English Opium Eater
Madame de Staël.  
1766–1817.  
Corinne; or, Italy
Delphine
Germany
John Dewey.  
1859–1952.  
Democracy and Education
Charles Dickens.  
1812–1870.  
Barnaby Rudge
Bleak House
David Copperfield
Dombey and Son
Great Expectations
Hard Times
Little Dorrit
Oliver Twist
Our Mutual Friend
The Pickwick Papers
A Tale of Two Cities
Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson.  
1862–1932.  
Letters from a Chinese Official
Denis Diderot.  
1713–1784.  
The Encyclopèdie
Pensées Philosophiques
Thoughts Concerning the Interpretation of Nature
Franz von Dingelstedt.  
1814–1881.  
Amazon
Isaac Disraeli.  
1766–1848.  
Amenities of Literature
Curiosities of Literature
Henry Austin Dobson.  
1840–1921.  
Bewick, Thomas, and his Pupils
Mary Abigail Dodge (Gail Hamilton).  
1833–1896.  
Country Living and Country Thinking
Justus Doolittle.  Social Life of the Chinese
Fyodor Dostoyevsky.  
1821–1881.  
The Brothers Karamazov
Crime and Punishment
The Idiot
Letters of F. M. Dostoyevsky
Amanda M. Douglas.  
1831–1916.  
Floyd Grandon’s Honor
Ménie Muriel Dowie.  
1867–1945.  
A Girl in the Carpathians
Arthur Conan Doyle.  
1859–1930.  
The Great Shadow
Micah Clarke
Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
Sir Nigel
The White Company
John William Draper.  
1811–1882.  
History of the Conflict between Religion and Science
Michael Drayton.  
1563–1631.  
Polyolbion
Theodore Dreiser.  
1871–1945.  
The Genius
Gustave Droz.  
1832–1895.  
Around a Spring
Henry Drummond.  
1851–1897.  
The Greatest Thing in the World
Tropical Africa
John Dryden.  
1631–1700.  
Absalom and Achitophel
All for Love
The Hind and the Panther
Félix Dubois.  
1862–1945.  
Timbuctoo the Mysterious
Paul Belloni Du Chaillu.  
1835–1903.  
Explorations and Adventures in Equatorial Africa
Lucie, Lady Duff-Gordon.  
1821–1869.  
Last Letters from Egypt
Alexandre Dumas.  
1802–1870.  
The Count of Monte Cristo
The Forty-five Guardsmen
The Three Musketeers
Twenty Years After
The Vicomte de Bragelonne
Alexandre Dumas, Jr.  
1824–1895.  
Camille
George du Maurier.  
1834–1896.  
The Martian
Peter Ibbetson
Trilby
John Colin Dunlop.  
1785–1842.  
The History of Fiction
Finley Peter Dunne.  
1867–1936.  
Mr. Dooley, in Peace and in War
Lord Dunsany.  
1878–1957.  
The Glittering Gate
Victor Duruy.  
1811–1894.  
History of Rome
Louis Dyer.  
1851–1908.  
Studies of the Gods in Greece
Georg Ebers.  
1837–1898.  
An Egyptian Princess
Uarda
José Echegaray.  
1832–1916.  
The Great Galeoto
Ernst Eckstein.  
1845–1900.  
Nero
Prusias
Quintus Claudius
Maria Edgeworth.  
1768–1849.  
Belinda
Castle Rackrent
Helen
Moral Tales
Patronage
Amelia Ann Blanford Edwards.  
1831–1892.  
Barbara’s History
Annie Edwards.  
1830–1896.  
Ought We to Visit Her?
Steven Lawrence, Yeoman
Susan Fielding
Jonathan Edwards.  
1703–1758.  
On the Freedom of the Will
Edward Eggleston.  
1837–1902.  
The Beginners of a Nation
The Hoosier School-Master
Charles William Eliot.  
1834–1926.  
American Contributions to Civilization
The Durable Satisfactions of Life
George Eliot.  
1819–1880.  
Adam Bede
Daniel Deronda
Felix Holt, the Radical
Middlemarch
The Mill on the Floss
Romola
Silas Marner
John Eliot.  
1604–1690.  
The Indian Bible
Havelock Ellis.  
1859–1939.  
Man and Woman
Charles Abram Ellwood.  
1873–1946.  
The Social Problem
Richard Theodore Ely.  
1854–1943.  
French and German Socialism in Modern Times
Ralph Waldo Emerson.  
1803–1882.  
English Traits
Essays
Epictetus.  
c. 50–c. 138.  
The Morals of Epictetus
Desiderius Erasmus.  
c. 1467–1536.  
The Colloquies
Émile Erckmann.  
1822–1899  
Alexandre Chatrian.  
1826–1890.  
The Conscript
Friend Fritz
St. John Greer Ervine.  
1883–1971.  
Mrs. Martin’s Man
Thomas Hay Sweet Escott.  
1844–1924.  
England: Its People, Polity, and Pursuits
Euripides.  
c. 480–406 B.C.  
Alcestis
Andromache
Ion
Iphigenia
Medea
Edward Payson Evans.  
1831–1917.  
Animal Symbolism in Ecclesiastical Architecture
Evolutional Ethics and Animal Psychology
Sir John Evans.  
1823–1908.  
The Ancient Stone Implements, Weapons, and Ornaments of Great Britain
John Evelyn.  
1620–1706.  
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