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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
Shaw to Thackeray
 
George Bernard Shaw.  
1856–1950.  
Cæsar and Cleopatra
Candida
Man and Superman
George Bernard Shaw, ed., et al.  Fabian Essays in Socialism
Edward Sheldon.  
1886–1946.  
Salvation Nell
Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley.  
1797–1851.  
Frankenstein
Percy Bysshe Shelley.  
1792–1822.  
The Cenci
Prometheus Unbound
Elizabeth Sara Sheppard.  
1830–1862.  
Charles Auchester
Richard Brinsley Sheridan.  
1751–1816.  
The Critic
The Rivals
The School for Scandal
William Tecumseh Sherman.  
1820–1891.  
Memoirs of General W. T. Sherman
Mary Elizabeth Wilson Sherwood.  
1826–1903.  
An Epistle to Posterity
Clement King Shorter.  
1857–1926.  
Charlotte Brontë and Her Circle
John Henry Shorthouse.  
1834–1903.  
John Inglesant
Sir Philip Sidney.  
1554–1586.  
Arcadia
Henryk Sienkiewicz.  
1846–1916.  
Children of the Soil
Quo Vadis
With Fire and Sword, The Deluge, and Pan Michael
Without Dogma
William Gilmore Simms.  
1806–1870.  
The Yemassee
Upton Sinclair.  
1878–1968.  
The Jungle
Alfred Percy Sinnett.  
1840–1921.  
Esoteric Buddhism
Jean Charles Léonard Simonde de Sismondi.  
1773–1842.  
Italian Republics
Historical View of the Literature of the South of Europe
Walter William Skeat.  
1835–1912.  
The Student’s Chaucer
John Skelton.  
1460?–1529.  
Colin Clout
Oscar Douglas Skelton.  
1878–1941.  
Socialism
Rudolf Carl von Slatin.  
1857–1932.  
Fire and Sword in the Sudan
William Milligan Sloane.  
1850–1928.  
The Life of Napoleon Bonaparte
Samuel Smiles.  
1812–1904.  
A Publisher and His Friends: Memoir and Correspondence of the Late John Murray
Self-Help
Adam Smith.  
1723–1790.  
Wealth of Nations
Alexander Smith.  
1830–1867.  
Dreamthorp
Francis Hopkinson Smith.  
1838–1915.  
Felix O’Day
Kennedy Square
The Tides of Barnegat
Tom Grogan
Goldwin Smith.  
1823–1910.  
Three English Statesmen
James Smith.  
1775–1839.  
Horace Smith.  
1779–1849.  
Rejected Addresses
Captain John Smith.  
1580–1631.  
The True Relation
Joseph Smith.  
1805–1844.  
The Book of Mormon
Reginald Bosworth Smith.  
1839–1908.  
Carthage and the Carthaginians
William Hawley Smith.  
1845–1922.  
The Evolution of “Dodd
Tobias George Smollett.  
1721–1771.  
Humphry Clinker
Roderick Random
Fyodor Sologub.  
1863–1927.  
The Old House
Mary Somerville.  
1780–1872.  
Personal Recollections, from Early Life to Old Age, of Mary Somerville
Sophocles.  
c. 496–406 B.C.  
Ajax
Antigone
Œdipus at Colonus
Œdipus the King
Robert Southey.  
1774–1843.  
The Doctor
The Life of Nelson
Émile Souvestre.  
1806–1854.  
An Attic Philosopher
Herbert Spencer.  
1820–1903.  
Education
Edmund Spenser.  
1552?–1599.  
The Faery Queen
Friedrich Spielhagen.  
1829–1911.  
Hammer and Anvil
Problematic Characters
Through Night to Light
Harriet Prescott Spofford.  
1835–1921.  
The Amber Gods
Ephraim George Squier.  
1821–1888.  
Central America, Notes on, and The States of
Arthur Penrhyn Stanley.  
1815–1881.  
Life and Correspondence of Thomas Arnold
Henry Morton Stanley.  
1841–1904.  
Through the Dark Continent
Edmund Clarence Stedman.  
1833–1908.  
The Nature and Elements of Poetry
The Poets of America
The Victorian Poets
Sir Leslie Stephen.  
1832–1904.  
History of English Thought in the Eighteenth Century
Hours in a Library
Henry Morse Stephens.  
1857–1919.  
A History of the French Revolution
John Lloyd Stephens.  
1805–1852.  
Incidents of Travel in Central America
William Richard Wood Stephens.  
1839–1902.  
Christianity and Islam; the Bible and the Koran
Sergey Stepnyak-Kravchinsky (Stepniak).  
1851–1895.  
Underground Russia
Laurence Sterne.  
1713–1768.  
Tristram Shandy
Robert Louis Stevenson.  
1850–1894.  
David Balfour
The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
Familiar Studies of Men and Books
Kidnapped
The Master of Ballantrae
Travels with a Donkey in the Cevennes
Weir of Hermiston
The Wrecker
William James Stillman.  
1828–1901.  
The Cretan Insurrection of 1866–8
Frederic Jesup Stimson.  
1855–1943.  
The Crime of Henry Vane
Guerndale, An Old Story
King Noanett
James Hutchison Stirling.  
1820–1909.  
The Secret of Hegel
Frank Richard Stockton.  
1834–1902.  
The Casting Away of Mrs. Lecks and Mrs. Aleshine
The Lady or the Tiger?
Rudder Grange
Charles Warren Stoddard.  
1843–1909.  
South-Sea Idylls
Elizabeth Drew Barstow Stoddard.  
1823–1902.  
The Morgesons
Temple House
Two Men
Theodor Storm.  
1817–1888.  
Immensee
Harriet Beecher Stowe.  
1811–1896.  
Agnes of Sorrento
The Minister’s Wooing
Old Town Folks
The Pearl of Orr’s Island
Uncle Tom’s Cabin
Strabo.  
c. 64 B.C.–c. 23 A.D.  
A Geography
Gene Stratton-Porter.  
1863–1924.  
The Harvester
August Strindberg.  
1849–1912.  
The Confession of a Fool
Miss Julia
Philip Stubbs.  
fl. 1581–1593.  
The Anatomie of Abuses
William Stubbs.  
1825–1901.  
The Constitutional History of England, in its Origin and Development
Julian Russell Sturgis.  
1848–1904.  
An Accomplished Gentleman
Snorri Sturluson.  
1179?–1241.  
The Heimskringla
Hermann Sudermann.  
1857–1928.  
Dame Care
The Joy of Living
Magda
The Song of Songs
Eugène Sue.  
1804–1857.  
The Wandering Jew
Suetonius.  
c. 69–c. 122 A.D.  
The Lives of the First Twelve Cæsars
William Graham Sumner.  
1840–1910.  
What Social Classes Owe to Each Other
Bertha von Suttner.  
1843–1914.  
Ground Arms
Jonathan Swift.  
1667–1745.  
The Battle of the Books
The Drapier Letters
Gulliver’s Travels
A Tale of a Tub
Algernon Charles Swinburne.  
1837–1909.  
Atalanta in Calydon
Chastelard
Heinrich von Sybel.  
1817–1895.  
The History and Literature of the Crusades
The Founding of the German Empire
John Addington Symonds.  
1840–1893.  
Giovanni Boccaccio as Man and Author
Studies of the Greek Poets
The Renaissance in Italy
Arthur Symons.  
1865–1945.  
The Symbolist Movement in Literature
John Millington Synge.  
1871–1909.  
The Playboy of the Western World
Riders to the Sea
Tacitus.  
56–c. 120 A.D.  
Germany
Hippolyte Adolphe Taine.  
1828–1893.  
The Ancient Régime
Lectures on Art
History of English Literature
The French Revolution
Journeys through France
The Modern Régime
Shunshō Tamenaga.  
1822/3–1886.  
The Loyal Ronins
Ida Minerva Tarbell.  
1857–1944.  
The Business of Being a Woman
The Life of Abraham Lincoln
Madame Roland
The History of the Standard Oil Company
Booth Tarkington.  
1869–1946.  
The Conquest of Canaan
The Gentleman from Indiana
Monsieur Beaucaire
Penrod
Seventeen
Turmoil
Torquato Tasso.  
1544–1595.  
Jerusalem Delivered
Baroness Jemima Montgomery Tautphoeus.  
1807–1893.  
At Odds
Quits
Bayard Taylor.  
1825–1878.  
Hannah Thurston
Sir Henry Taylor.  
1800–1886.  
Philip van Artevelde
Jeremy Taylor.  
1613–1667.  
Holy Living and Dying
Alfred, Lord Tennyson.  
1809–1892.  
The Idylls of the King
In Memoriam
The Princess
Hallam Tennyson.  
1852–1928.  
Alfred, Lord Tennyson, A Memoir
Mary Virginia Hawes Terhune (Marion Harland).  
1830–1922.  
Alone
William Makepeace Thackeray.  
1811–1863.  
Barry Lyndon
The Book of Snobs
The English Humorists of the Eighteenth Century
The Four Georges
Henry Esmond
Lovel, the Widower
The Newcomes
Pendennis
The Rose and the Ring
The Roundabout Papers
Vanity Fair
The Virginians


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