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Bookcase 24



Great English Novelists

Bookcase 24
China Cabinet
[4 Shelves / 82 books]

1, 2 … = shelf numbers counting downwards
[…] = bound Xerox copy

Shelves:
[1] Bret Harte &c.
[2] English Literature
[3] Dickens & Machen
[4] Foreign Language Literature



John Pettie: Bret Harte (1884)

Shelf 1:
[Bret Harte &c.]

  1. De Quincey, Thomas. Confessions of an English Opium-Eater, Together with Selections from the Autobiography. Ed. Edward Sackville-West. London: The Cresset Press, 1950.

  2. The Complete Works of Bret Harte: Collected and Revised by the Author. 10 vols. London: Chatto & Windus:
    • Complete Poetical and Dramatic Works (1901)
    • Earlier Papers - Luck of Roaring Camp, &c. - Bohemian Papers - Spanish and American Legends - Tales of the Argonauts (1903)
    • Tales of the Argonauts (cont.) - Eastern Sketches (1902)
    • Gabriel Conroy (1909)
    • Stories - Condensed Novels, &c. (1900)
    • Tales of the Pacific Slope (1890)
    • Tales of the Pacific Slope - II (1892)
    • Tales of the Pine and the Cypress (1894)
    • Buckeye and Chapparel (1896)
    • Tales of Trail and Town (1900)

  3. Harte, Bret. Tales, Poems and Sketches. The People’s Library. London: Cassell and Company, Ltd., 1908.



Shelf 2:
[English Literature]

  1. Addison, Joseph. The Works. Ed. Richard Hurd. Rev. Henry Bohn. 6 vols. Bohn’s Standard Library. London: George Bell and Sons, 1906.
    • Volume I: Plays; Poems; Medals (1906)
    • Volume II: The Tatler; The Spectator (1901)
    • Volume III: The Spectator (cont.) (1906)
    • Volume IV: The Spectator (cont.); The Guardian; The Freeholder (1902)
    • Volume V: The Freeholder (cont.); On the Christian Religion; Letters (1902)
    • Volume VI: Letters (cont.); Addisoniana (1902)

  2. Addison, Joseph, Sir Richard Steele, & Eustace Budgell. Sir Roger de Coverly. Ed. John Hampden. With Wood Engravings by Richard Shirley Smith. London: The Folio Society, 1967.

  3. De Quincey, Thomas. The Collected Writings. Ed. David Masson. 14 vols. 1889-90. London: A & C. Black, 1896-97.
    • Volume I: Autobiography from 1785 to 1803 (1896)
    • Volume II: Autobiography and Literary Reminiscences (1896)
    • Volume III: London Reminiscences and Confessions of an Opium-Eater (1897)
    • Volume IV: Biographies and Biographic Sketches (1897)
    • Volume V: Biographies and Biographic Sketches (1897)
    • Volume VI: Historical Essays and Researches (1897)
    • Volume VII: Historical Essays and Researches (1897)
    • Volume VIII: Speculative and Theological Essays (1897)
    • Volume IX: Political Economy and Politics (1897)
    • Volume X: Literary Theory and Criticism (1897)
    • Volume XI: Literary Theory and Criticism (1897)
    • Volume XII: Tales and Romances (1897)
    • Volume XIII: Tales and Prose Phantasies (1897)
    • Volume XIV: Miscellanea and Index (1897)

  4. Van Doren Stern, Philip, ed. Selected Writings of Thomas De Quincey. London: The Nonesuch Press / New York: Random House, n.d. [1937].

  5. De Quincey, Thomas. Confessions of an English Opium-Eater. 1856. Illustrations Engraved on Wood by Blair Hughes-Stanton. London: The Folio Society, 1948.

  6. De Quincey, Thomas. Confessions of an English Opium-Eater in Both the Revised and the Original Texts, with its Sequels Suspiria de Profundis and The English Mail-Coach. Ed. Malcolm Elwin. MacDonald Illustrated Classics. London: MacDonald & Co. (Publishers) Ltd., 1956.

  7. De Quincey, Thomas. Confessions of an English Opium-Eater. 1821. Ed. Alethea Hayter. 1971. Penguin English Library. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1979.

  8. De Quincey, Thomas. Recollections of the Lakes and the Lake Poets. 1834-40. Ed. David Wright. 1970. Penguin English Library. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1972.

  9. Eaton, Horace A., ed. A Diary of Thomas De Quincey, 1803: Here Reproduced in Replica as well as in Print from the Original Manuscript in the Possession of the Reverend C. H. Steel. London: Noel Douglas, [1927].

  10. Morrison, Robert. The English Opium-Eater: A Biography of Thomas De Quincey. New York: Pegasus Books, 2010.




John Coulthart: Arthur Machen (1988)

Shelf 3:
[Dickens & Machen]

  1. Charles Dickens: The 'Daily News' Memorial Edition. London: Chapman & Hall, Ld, n.d. [c.1900]:
    • Sketches by Boz: Illustrative of Everyday Life and Everyday People. Illustrated by George Cruickshank (1836-39)
    • The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club. Illustrated by Phiz et al (1836-37)
    • Barnaby Rudge: A Tale of the Riots of ‘80. Illustrated (1841)
    • American Notes / Pictures from Italy / A Child’s History of England (1842, 1846 & 1851-53)
    • The Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit. Illustrated (1843-44)
    • Christmas Books: A Christmas Carol / The Chimes / The Cricket on the Hearth / The Battle of Life / The Haunted Man & Hard Times. Illustrated (1843, 1844, 1845, 1846, 1848 & 1853)
    • Dealings with the Firm of Dombey & Son: Wholesale, Retail, and for Exportation. Illustrated (1848)
    • The Personal History of David Copperfield. Illustrated (1850)
    • Little Dorrit. Illustrated by Phiz (1857)
    • Our Mutual Friend. Illustrated by Marcus Stone (1864-65)
    • The Mystery of Edwin Drood & Reprinted Pieces. Illustrated (1870 & 1858)
    • Christmas Stories: From “Household Words” and “All The Year Round” & Other Stories: Master Humphrey’s Clock / Hunted Down / Holiday Romance / George Silverman's Explanation. Illustrated (1874, 1840, 1867)

  2. Dickens, Charles. Oliver Twist. 1837-39. Ed. Kathleen Tillotson. 1966. The Clarendon Dickens. Ed. John Butt & Kathleen Tillotson. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1974.

  3. Dickens, Charles. Great Expectations. 1860-61. Illustrated by Marcus Stone. The Works of Charles Dickens, National Edition, Volume XXIX. London: Chapman & Hall Ltd., 1907.

  4. Machen, Arthur. The Caerleon Edition of the Works of Arthur Machen. 9 vols. London: Martin Secker, 1923:
    • Volume I: The Great God Pan / The Inmost Light / The Red Hand (1894)
    • Volume II: The Three Impostors (1895)
    • Volume III: The Hill of Dreams (1907)
    • Volume IV: The Secret Glory (1922)
    • Volume V: Hieroglyphics (1902)
    • Volume VI: A Fragment of Life / The White People (1906)
    • Volume VII: The Terror / The Bowmen / The Great Return (1915 & 1917)
    • Volume VIII: Far Off Things (1922)
    • Volume IX: Things Near and Far (1923)



Ingmar Bergman: The Seventh Seal (1957)

Shelf 4:
[Foreign Language Literature]

  1. Balzac, Honore de. Droll Stories. 1832-1837. Trans. 1874. Ed. Ernest Boyd. Illustrated by Ralph Barton. Two Volumes in One. New York: Garden City Publishing Company, Inc., 1928.

  2. Margaret, Queen of Navarre. The Heptameron of the Tales. Ed. M. Le Roux de Lincy. Trans. Ernest A. Vizetelly. Introduction by George Saintsbury. 1894. Illustrations by S. Freudenberg. Head & Tail Pieces by Dunker. 5 vols. London: The Navarre Society, 1922.

  3. Penzer, N. M., ed. The Ocean of Story: Being C. H. Tawney’s Translation of Somadeva’s Kathā Sarit Sāgara (or Ocean of Streams of Story). 1880-87. 10 vols. London: Privately Printed for Subscribers Only by Chas. J. Sawyer Ltd., Grafton House, W.1., 1924-1928.

  4. Van Gogh, Vincent. The Complete Letters, with Reproductions of All the Drawings in the Correspondence. 1914-15. Trans. Johanna van Gogh-Bonger & C. de Dood. Ed. Vincent w. van Gogh. 3 Vols. 1958. London: Thames & Hudson, 1978.




Vincent Van Gogh: Letters







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