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NAEL
Edition Dates and Tables of Contents
1st
1962
Vol 1
Vol 2
2nd
1968
Vol 1
Vol 2
3rd
1974
Vol 1
Vol 2
4th
1979
Vol 1
Vol 2
5th
1986
Vol 1
Vol 2
6th
1993
Vol 1
Vol 2
7th: 2000
Vol 1
Vol 2

* indicates a selection that is not included in the online archive due to copyright

Author Title First Appeared Dropped After Added Again Last Appeared
Daniel, Samuel Delia 1   1
34 (“When winter snows upon thy golden hairs”) 4 4
Musophilus: Imperial Eloquence 7 7
Darley, George Over Hills and Uplands High 1 1
The Phoenix 1 6
It is not Beauty I demand 2 6
The Mermaidens’ Vesper Hymn 1 6
Davenant, Sir William Song: “O thou that sleep’st like a pig in straw” 3 3
Davie, Donald *For Doreen: A Voice from the Garden 2 4
*Across the Bay 3 4
*To Certain English Poets 4 4
*To Helen Keller 4 4
Davies, Sir John Orchestra 1 1
Defoe, Daniel The History and Remarkable Life of the Truly Honorable Col. Jacque 1 2
A True Revelation of the Apparition of One Mrs. Veal 3 4
de la Mare, Walter *The Listeners 1 1
*An Epitaph 1 1
*All That’s Past 1 1
De Quincey, Thomas On Murder Considered as One of the Fine Arts. Second Paper 1 1
The English Mail Coach 1 3
II. The Vision of Sudden Death 1 3
III. Dream-Fugue Founded on the Preceding Theme of Sudden Death 1 3
The Development of Prose Style [16th Century] Sir John Cheke: Our Own Tongue Clean and Pure 1 2
The Bible: Translations of the Twenty-Third Psalm 1 2
A Latin-English Psalter 1 2
Thomas Sternhold and John Hopkins’ Psalm-Box 1 2
The Bishop’s Bible 1 2
Philip Stubbes: The Anatomy of Abuses 1 2
William Bullein: A Dialogue Against Pestilence 1 2
Dickens, Charles Martin Chizzlewit 3 3
[Mrs. Gamp and Mr. Mould] 3 3
David Copperfield 3 3
[The Journey to Salem House School] 3 3
[The Journey from London to Dover] 3 3
Bleak House 3 3
In Chancery 3 3
Hard Times 3 3
The One Thing Needful 3 3
Murdering the Innocents 3 3
[Coketown] 3 3
Our Mutual Friend 3 3
Podsnappery 3 3
Donne, John Meditation XI 1 1
Twicknam Garden 1 2
To the Countess of Bedford 1 2
The Curse 3 3
Lover’s Infiniteness 1 4
The Storm 5 7
Elegy I: Of Jealousy 3 3
Elegy IV: The Perfume 1 2
Paradoxes and Problems 1 2
Paradox VI: That it is Possible to Find Some Virtue in Women 1 2
Problem II: Why Puritans Make Long Sermons 1 2
Problem VI: Why Hath Common Opinion Afforded Women’s Souls? 1 2
Sermon LXVI: On the Weight of Eternal Glory 3 4
Sermon LXXVI: On Falling Out of God’s Hand 1 2
The Blossom 5 6
A Lecture Upon the Shadow 5 6
Dowson, Ernest To One in Bedlam 1 3
A Last Word 2 3
Spleen 2 3
Flos Lunae 2 4
Dregs 2 4
Exchanges 2 4
Carthusians 4 7
Drayton, Michael Idea 2 NA
37 (“Dear, why should you command me to my rest”) 2 4
50 (“As in some countries far removed from hence”) 2 4
Dryden, John Epilogue to The Conquest of Granada, II 1 2
Prologue to The Tempest 1 3
Epilogue to Tyrannic Love 1 3
Song from The Indian Emperor 1 2
Song from An Evening’s Love 1 2
To the Pious Memory of the Accomplished Young Lady Mrs. Anne Killigrew 1 6
The Secular Masque 1 6
The Preface to Fables Ancient and Modern 1 7
[In Praise of Chaucer] 3 7
Dyer, Edward My Mind to Me a Kingdom Is 1 3
Earle, John A Pretender to Learning 1 1
Edward (Lord Herbert of Cherbury) Sonnet of Black Beauty 1 1
Edwards, Richard Amantium Irae Amoris Redintegratio Est 1 1
Eliot, George *The Mill on the Floss: [The Childhood and Girlhood of Maggie Tulliver] 3 3 6 7
*Book First. Boy and Girl 6 7
*Chapter 1. Outside Dorlcote Mill 6 7
*Chapter 2. Mr. Tulliver, of Dorlcote Mill, Declares His Resolution About Tom 6 6
*Chapter 3. Mr. Riley Gives his Advice Concerning a School for Tom 6 6
*Chapter 4. Tom Is Expected 6 6
*Chapter 5. Tom Comes Home 6 6
*[Dorlcote Mill Revisited] 3 3
*[Maggie Anticipates Her Brother's Return. Age Nine] 3 3
*[A Reunion with Tom. Age Nine] 3 3
*[Maggie Visits Tom’s Boarding School. Age 10] 3 3
*[Maggie’s Discovery of Thomas a Kempis. Age 13] 3 3
*[A Meeting with Philip Waken. Age 17] 3 3
*[Aftermath of an Evening with Stephen Guest. Age 19] 3 3
*[An After-Dinner Visit with Stephen Guest. Age 19] 3 3
*[An Afternoon Visit with Stephen Guest at the Farm. Age 19] 3 3
Eliot, T. S. *The Three Voices of Poetry 1 1
*Ulysses, Order, and Myth 2 2
*Yeats 2 2
Elizabeth I, Queen of England *Letter to Henry III, king of France 7 7
Empson, William *Seven Types of Ambiguity 2 3
*[Wordsworth] 2 3
Feinstein, Elaine Anniversary 4 4
Out 4 4
Waiting 4 4
Night Thoughts 4 4
November Songs 4 4
Finche, Anne (Countess of Winchilsea) On Myself 3 4
Foxe, John Acts and Monuments 3 4
The Behavior of Dr. Ridley and Master Latimer, at the Time of Their Death 3 4
Marie de France *The Wolf and the Lamb 7 7
*The Wolf and the Sow 7 7
Gascoigne, George Gascoigne’s Lullaby 1 1
Woodmanship 7 7
The Lullaby of a Lover 5 6
Farewell with a Mischief 6 6
Gay, John The Birth of the Squire. An Eclogue 3 6
Recitativo and Air from Acis and Galatea 5 6
The General and the Particular 2 2
Aristotle: Poetry and History Contrasted 2 2
Horace: Character Types in Comedy 2 2
Sir William Davenant: Poetry and History Contrasted 2 2
Anthony Ashley Cooper, Third Earl of Shaftesbury: The General and the Particular in Painting 2 2
Samuel Johnson: The Particular in Biology 2 2
Samuel Johnson: The Simplicity of Grandeur 2 2
Samuel Johnson: Hudibras and the Particular 2 2
Samuel Johnson: The Grandeur of Generality 2 2
Joseph Warton: On Thomson’s Seasons 2 2
Hugh Blair: The Particular in Descriptive Poetry 2 2
Sir Joshua Reynolds: The General and Particular in Painting: The Grand Style 2 2
William Blake: The Aesthetic Value of the General Denied 2 2
Genius 3 3
Samuel Johnson: Definitions of Genius 3 3
John Dryden: Genius is Above Correctness 3 3
Joseph Addison: The Beauties of Great Geniuses Independent of Rules 3 3
Samuel Johnson: Genius Requires Invention 3 3
Edward Young: Imitation and Genius 3 3
Samuel Johnson: Genius and Knowledge 3 3
Alexander Gerard: The Origins of Genius 3 3
John Moir: The Unique Vision of Original Genius 3 3
Sir Joshua Reynolds: Genius the Child of Imitation 3 3
William Blake: Genius Unbound 3 3
William Hazlitt: Reynold’s Genius 3 3
Gilbert, W. S. When Britain Really Ruled the Waves 4 7
Goldsmith, Oliver Letters from a Citizen of the World 1 2
Letter XXVI: “The Character of the Man in Black; With Some Instances of His Inconsistent Conduct” 1 2
Letter LXXI: “The Shabby Beau, the Man in Black, the Chinese Philosopher, etc., at Vauxhall” 1 2
A Grace Beyond the Reach of Art 1 2
Longinus: Genius and the Rules 1 2
Quintilian: When to Break the Rules 1 2
Réne Rapin: Grace Beyond Rules 1 2
Sir William Temple: The Inadequacy of the Rules 1 2
John Hughes: Curiosa Felicitas 1 2
Roger de Piles: Grace Gains the Heart 1 2
Leonard Welsted: No Precepts Can Teach Grace 1 3
Graves, Robert *Flying Crooked 2 3
*A Civil Servant 2 3
*The Naked and the Nude 2 3
*Gulls and Men 2 4
*The Straw 2 4
*Dialogue on the Headland 2 4
*Friday Night 2 4
*Down, Wanton, Down! 2 7
*Love Without Hope 5 7
*The Cool Web 5 7
*The Reader Over My Shoulder 2 7
*To Juan at the Winter Solstice 5 7
*The White Goddess 2 7
*The Blue-Fly 2 7
*A Slice of Wedding Cake 2 7
Gray, Thomas Hymn to Adversity 1 4
Greville, Fulke (Lord Brooke) Mustapha 3 3
Chorus Sacerdotum 5 7
Gunn, Thomas *Human Condition 2 4
*Moly 3 4
*Hampstead: The Horse Chestnut Tree 4 4
Gurney, Ivor Canadians 4 4
Crucifix Corner 4 4
Hakluyt’s Voyages A Brief and True Report 3 3
The Course Which Sir Francis Drake Held 3 3
An Extract of Master Ralph Lane’s Letter 5 5
Hall, Joseph The Malcontent 1 3
Hardy, Thomas *Snow in the Suburbs 1 1
*Lausanne 1 4
*Let Me Enjoy 2 4
*The Rash Bride 2 4
*The Impercipient 2 7
Hayman, Robert Of the Great and Famous Ever-To-Be-Honoured Knight, Sir Francis Drake, and of My Little-Little Self 3 3
Hazlitt, William On Shakespeare and Milton 1 3
The Fight 1 3
On Going a Journey 4 4
from Mr. Wordsworth 4 6
Heaney, Seamus Churning Day 3 4
Poor Women in a City Church 3 4
Viking Dublin: Trial Pieces 4 4
Henley, William Ernest Waiting 1 7
Madam Life’s a Piece in Bloom 1 6
Barmaid 4 4
Herbert, George Temptation 1 1
Anagram 1 2
Hope 3 3
Sin’s Round 1 3
Love Unknown 3 4
Aaron 1 4
The Altar 1 6
Redemption 4 6
Jordan (1) 1 6
Herbert, Mary (Sidney) Psalm 58 Si Vere Utique 5 5
To the Angel Spirit of Sir Philip Sidney 7 7
A Dialogue between two shepherds, Thenot and Piers 6 6
Herrick, Robert An Ode for Him 1 1
Discontents in Devon 1 2
Upon a Child That Died 1 2
Oberon’s Feast 1 2
The Pillar of Fame 1 2
His Grange, or Private Wealth 3 3
Upon His Spaniel Tracy 1 4
To Lar 3 4
The Lily in a Crystal 4 6
To Blossoms 4 6
To the Water Nymphs Drinking at the Fountain 1 6
Hill, Geoffrey Funeral Music 3 4
3 (“They bespoke doomsday and they meant it by”) 3 4
7 (“Prowess, vanity, mutual regard”) 3 4
Mercian Hymns 4 NA
VIII (“The mad are predators. Too often lately they harbor”) 4 4
X (“He adored the desk, its brown-oaked inlaid with ebony”) 4 4
XVI (“Clash of salutation. As keels thrust into shingle”) 4 4
Hobbes, Thomas Leviathan: Part I, Chapter 5: Of Reason and Science 1 2
Hooker, Richard Of the Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity 3 NA
From The Preface: [On Moderation in Controversy] 3 6
From Book 1, Chapter 8 [On the Scope of the Several Laws] 5 6
Book 1, Chapter 10 [The Foundations of Society] 3 7
From Book 1, Chapter 12 [The Need for Revealed Law] 3 6
From Book 1, Chapter 16 [Conclusion] 6 6
Hopkins, Gerard Manley *The Lantern Out of Doors 1 4
*Inversnaid 2 4
Housman, A. E. *The Lent Lily 1 4
*On Wenlock Edge 1 7
*With Rue My Heart Is Laden 2 7
Howard, Henry (Earl of Surrey) Set Whereas the Sun Doth Parch the Green 1 1
The Fourth Book of Virgil 1 3
The Hunt 1 3
Give Place, Ye Lovers, Here Before 2 4
The Second Book of Virgil 5 6
Hector Warns Aeneas to Flee Troy 5 6
Hunt, Leigh The Fish, the Man, and the Spirit 1 4
Hutchinson, Lucy Memoirs of Colonel Hutchinson 6 7
A Confrontation 6 7
Huxley, Thomas Henry A Liberal Education 1 4
[A Game of Chess] 1 4
An Address on University Education 1 4
[The Function of a Professor] 1 4
Hyde, Edward (Earl of Clarendon) The History of the Rebellion 1 NA
The Character of John Hampden 1 3
Industrialism: Progress or Decline? 1 NA
Charles Dickens: Dombey and Son 2 2
Karl Mark and Frierich Engels: The Communist Manifesto 1 2
Herbert Spencer: Social Status 1 4
[Progress Through Individual Enterprise] 1 4

 


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