Wednesday, July 25, 2007

Literary Works, 1700 - 1799 (03)

List of Literary Works, 1700 to 1799 (03)
The Wealth of Nations. Adam Smith. 1776.
Declaration of Independence. Thomas Jefferson. 1776.
Common Sense. Thomas Paine. 1776.
The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. Edward Gibbon. 1776/88.
The School for Scandal. Richard B. Sheridan. 1777.
Evelina, or the History of a Young Lady's Entrance into the world. Fanny Burney. 1778.
Nathan the Wise. Gotthold Lessing. 1779.
Iphigenia in Tauris. Goethe. 1779.
The Lives of the Poets. Samuel Johnson. 1779/81.
Critique of Pure Reason. Immanuel Kant. 1781.
Letters from an American Farmer. Michel Crevecoeur. 1782.
Cecilia, or Memoirs of an Heiress. Fanny Burney. 1782.
"John Gilpin." William Cowper. 1782.
The Village. George Crabbe. 1783.
Love and Intrigue. Friedrich Schiller. 1784.
The Task. William Cowper. 1785.
Vathek, an Arabian Tale. William Beckford. 1785.
The Anarchiad. Hartford Wits. 1786.
"The Cotter's Saturday Night." Robert Burns. 1786.
"The Holy Fair." Robert Burns. 1786.
Paul et Virginie. Bernardin Desalt-Pierre. 1787.
Don Carlos. Friedrich Schiller. 1787.
The Federalist. Hamilton, Madison and Jay. 1787/88.
Constitution of the United States of America. U.S. Congress. 1787/89.
Critique of Practical Reason. Immanuel Kant. 1788.
Egmont. Goethe. 1788.
The Power of Sympathy. Sarah Wentworth Morton. 1789.
Declaration of the Rights of Man. Anon. 1789.
Book of Thel. William Blake. 1789.
Songs of Innocence and Songs of Experience. William Blake. 1789/94.
Reflections on the French Revolution. Edmund Burke. 1790.
Critique of Judgment. Immanuel Kant. 1790.

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