Monday, July 23, 2007

Literary Works, 1700 - 1799 (01)

Literary Works: 1700 to 1799 (01)
The Way of the World. William Congreve. 1700.
The Tale of a Tub. Jonathan Swift. 1704.
The Battle of the Books. Jonathan Swift. 1704.
The Beaux' Stratagem. George Farquahar. 1707.
The Tatler. Richard Steele. 1709/11.
Journal to Stella. Jonathan Swift. 1710/13.
"An Essay on Criticism." Alexander Pope. 1711.
"Auld Lang Syne." Anon. 1711.
The Spectator. Addison and Steele. March 1711 - December 1712.
"The Rape of the Lock." Alexander Pope. 1714.
Histoire de Gil Blas de Santillane. Alain Rene Lesage. 1715/24/35.
Robinson Crusoe. Daniel Defoe. 1719/1720.
Moll Flanders. Daniel Defoe. 1722.
A Journal of the Plague Year. Daniel Defoe. 1722.
La Henriade. Voltaire. 1723.
Gulliver's Travels. Jonathan Swift. 1726.
The Seasons. James Thomson. 1726/30.
The New England Primer. Anon. 1727.
The Beggar's Opera. John Gay. 1728.
The Dunciad. Alexander Pope. 1728/43.
"A Modest Proposal." Jonathan Swift. 1729.
Manon Lescaut. Abbe Prevost. 1731.
An Essay on Man. Alexander Pope. 1733/34.
Chrononhotonthologos. Henry Carey. 1734.
Epistle to Dr. Arbuthnot. Alexander Pope. 1735.
Dissertation upon Parties. Henry St. John. 1735.
Pamela, or Virtue Rewarded. Samuel Richardson. 1740/42.
Joseph Andrews. Henry Fielding. 1742.
Night Thoughts on Life, Death and Immortality. Edward Young. 1742/46.
"Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard." Thomas Gray. 1742/50.
The Life of Jonathan Wild the Great. Henry Fielding. 1743.
Clarissa Harlowe. Samuel Richardson. 1747/48.
Zadig, ou la Distinee. Voltaire. 1748.
The Spirit of Laws. Charles de Montesquieu. 1748.
Castle of Indolence. James Thomson. 1748.
The Adventures of Roderick Random. Tobias Smollett. 1748.
Tom Jones. Henry Fielding. 1749.

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