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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
Carlyle, Thomas Carlyle’s Portraits of His Contemporaries 1     7
American Visitors: Daniel Webster at 57 1     1
American Visitors: Ralph Waldo Emerson at 30 1     1
American Visitors: Emerson at 44 1     1
American Visitors: Bronson Alcott at 42 1     1
Royalty: King William IV at 69 1     4
Royalty: Queen Victoria at Eighteen 1     7
English Men of Letters: Charles Lamb at 56 1     6
English Men of Letters: Samuel Taylor Coleridge at Fifty-three 1     7
English Men of Letters: William Wordsworth in His Seventies 1     7
English Men of Letters: Alfred Tennyson at Thirty-four 1     7
English Men of Letters William Makepeace Thackeray at 42 1     6
from Characteristics 1     6
Sartor Resartus 1     NA
Natural Supernaturalism 2     7
The French Revolution 1     7
September in Paris 1     7
Place de la Revolution 1     7
From Cause and Effect 1     7
Newman, John Henry Cardinal Apologia Pro Vita Sua 1     1
Doubt and Faith 1     1
From Chapter 1. History of My Religious Opinions to the Year 1833 7     7
From Chapter 3. History of My Religious Opinions from 1839 to 1841 2     6
From Chapter 5. Position of My Mind Since 1845 2     6
From Liberalism 1     7
Mill, John Stuart Coleridge 1     2
Browning, Elizabeth Barrett A Year’s Spinning 5     6
A Musical Instrument 5     6
Tennyson, Alfred Lord Rizpah 1     1
To E. Fitzgerald 1     2
Locksley Hall Sixty Years After 2     2
By an Evolutionist 1     2
June Bracken and Heather 1     2
A Dedication 3     3
I Stood on a Tower 3     3
The Silent Voices 1     3
St. Agnes Eve 4     4
You Ask Me Why, Though Ill at Ease 1     4
Lines (“Here often, when a child I lay reclined”) 1     4
Sonnet (“How thought you that this thing could captivate?”) 3     4
Move Eastward, Happy Earth 1     4
The Revenge 1     4
The Kraken 1 3 5 7
The Eagle: A Fragment 1     7
The Princess 1     NA
Sweet and Low 1     7
The Splendor Falls 1     7
Ask Me No More 1     7
Come Down, O Maid 1     7
Flower in the Crannied Wall 1     7
Sonnet (“She took the dappled partridge flecked with blood”) 1     6
Maud 1     6
Part 1 4     6
VI.5 (“Ah, what shall I be at fifty”) 4     6
VI.8 (“Perhaps the smile and tender tone”) 4     6
VI.10 (“I have played with her when a child”) 4     6
VII (“She came to the village church”) 1     6
XI (“O let the solid ground”) 4     6
XII (“Birds in the high Hall-garden”) 4     6
XVI (“Catch not my breath, O clamorous heart”) 1     6
XVIII (“I have led her home, my love, my only friend”) 1     6
Part 2 5     6
4 (“O that 'twere possible”) 5     6
In the Valley of Cauteretz 1     6
Idylls of the King 1     6
Dedication 1     3
In Love, If Love Be Love 1     2
Pelleas and Ettarre 3     6
Northern Farmer: New Style 1     6
To Virgil 1     6
Frater Ave atque Vale 1     6
The Dawn 1     6
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
Browning, Robert Up at a Villa—Down in the City 1     2
In a Year 1     2
Respectability 1     4
Confessions 1     4
The Householder 1     4
The Laboratory 2     7
Home Thoughts, from Abroad 1     7
Home Thoughts, from the Sea 1     7
Meeting at Night 1     7
Parting at Morning 1     7
Memorabilia 1     7
The Last Ride Together 1     7
Two in the Campagna 1     7
Prospice 1     7
Women and Roses 1     6
A Woman’s Last Word 5     6
Youth and Art 1     6
Dîs Aliter Visum; or, Le Byron de Nos Jours 4     6
Apparent Failure 1     6
House 2     6
To Edward FitzGerald 1     6
Epilogue to Asolando  1     6
Ruskin, John The Storm-Cloud of the Nineteenth Century 3     7
Lecture 1 3     7
From Lectures On Art 7     7
[Imperial Duty] 7     7
Clough, Arthur Hugh Epi-strauss-ium 1     7
The Latest Decalogue 1     7
Say Not the Struggle Nought Availeth 1     7
Dipsychus 1     6
I Dreamt a Dream 1     6
“There Is No God,” the Wicked Saith 1     6
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
Arnold, Matthew The Function of a Professor 1     1
Stanzas in Memory of the Author Obermann  2     2
Longing 1     3
Requiescat 1     3
Palladium 1     3
The Better Part 1     3
Shakespeare 1     4
In Harmony with Nature 2     4
Philomela 1     4
The Forsaken Merman 1     7
Thyrsis 1     7
To a Friend 1     6
Growing Old 1     6
Maurice de Guérin 1     6
[A Definition of Poetry] 1     6
Wordsworth 1     6
Meredith, George Lucifer in Starlight 1     7
Modern Love 1     NA
3 (“This was the woman; what now of the man?”) 1     6
15 (“I think she sleeps; it must be sleep, when low”) 1     6
16 (“In our old shipwrecked days there was an hour”) 1     6
23 (“ ’Tis Christmas weather, and a country house”) 4     6
35 (“It is no vulgar nature I have wived”) 4     6
42 (“I am to follow her. There is much grace”) 4     6
43 (“Mark where the pressing wind shoots javelinlike”) 4     6
48 (“Their sense is with their senses all mixed in”) 4     6
Dirge in Woods 1     6
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
Rossetti, Dante Gabriel The House of Life 1     7
The Sonnet 1     7
4. Lovesight 1     6
Nuptial Sleep 1     6
49. Willowwood—1 1     6
50. Willowwood—2 5     6
51. Willowwood—3 6     6
52. Willowwood—4 5     6
63. Inclusiveness 1     6
71. The Choice – I 1     4
72. The Choice – II 1     4
73. The Choice – III 1     4
97. A Superscription 1     7
101. The One Hope 1     7
She Bound Her Green Sleeve 1     4
The Woodspurge 1     7
The Sea-Limits 4     6
The Orchard-Pit 1     6
Patmore, Coventry The Angel in the House 1     1
The Spirit’s Epochs 1     1
The Kiss 1     1
The Unknown Eros 1     1
Magna Est Veritas 1     1
A Farewell 1     1
Rossetti, Christina *Winter: My Secret 5     6
Morris, William I Know a Little Garden-Close 1     1
Christ Keep the Hollow Land 1     4
For the Bed at Kelmscott 1     4
The Haystack in the Floods 1     7
The Earthly Paradise 1     6
An Apology 1     6
A Death Song 1     6
Swinburne, Algernon Charles In Memory of Walter Savage Landor 1     1
An Interlude 1     2
In the Orchard 2     3
Choruses from Atalanta in Calydon 1     7
When the Hounds of Spring 1     7
Before the Beginning of Years 1     7
The Garden of Proserpine 1     7
The Triumph of Time 1     6
I Will Go Back to the Great Sweet Mother 1     6
The Lake of Gaube 4     6
Pater, Walter Appreciations 1     7
From Style 1     7
From The Child in the House 4     6
Lear, Edward *How Pleasant to Know Mr. Lear 1     7
*Cold Are the Crabs 1     7
Henley, William Ernest Waiting 1     7
Madam Life’s a Piece in Bloom 1     6
Barmaid 4     4
Wilde, Oscar Sonnet: On the Sale of Keats’s Love Letters 4     4
Symphony in Yellow 4     4
Hélas 1     7
E Tenebris 1     7
Carroll, Lewis Anagrammatic Sonnet 1     1
The Walrus and the Carpenter 1     7
The Hunting of the Snark 1     7
The Baker’s Tale 1     7
Gilbert, W. S. When Britain Really Ruled the Waves 4     7
Thompson, Francis The Kingdom of God 1     4
The Hound of Heaven 1     7
  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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