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Publisher: [New York], [F. Tyler Daiels Co.], [1918]
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University library of autobiography, including all the great autobiograpbhies and the autobiographical data left by the world's famous men and women.
[New York, F. Tyler Daiels Co., 1918]
(OCoLC)646839972
Document Type: Book
OCLC Number: 421389
Description: 15 volumes frontispiece, portraits 24 cm
Contents: V.1. Autobiography in the ancient world --
Appreciations: Socrates, Josephus, Marcus Aurelius --
The earliest autobiographies: King Sargon of Babylon, Lord Uni of Egypt, Prince Sinuhit of Egypt, King Sennacherib of Assyria --
Socrates --
Xenophon --
Julius Cæsar --
Augustus Cæsar --
Josephus --
Marcus Aurelius --
Saint Augustine. V.2. The Middle Ages and their autobiographers --
The letters of Abelard --
Avicenna --
Al Ghazali --
Peter Abelard --
Salimene --
Dante --
Petrarch --
Timur the Lame --
Sir John Froissart --
Sir Philip de Comines --
V.3. The beginnings of the modern world --
The memoirs of Benvenuto Cellini--
Martin Luther --
King Henry the Eighth --
Thomas Platter --
Emperor Charles the Fifth --
Benvenuto Cellini --
Jerome Cardan --
V.4. Autobiography during the religious wars --
The autobiography of Edward Lord Herbert --
Saint Teresa --
Sir Francis Drake --
Mary Queen of Scots --
Sir Thomas Bodley --
Sir Walter Raleigh --
Marguerite de Valoi --
Duke de Sully --
Sir Francis Bacon --
Lord Herbert of Cherbury --
Sir Kenelm Digby. V.5. Autobiographies of the seventeenth century --
An appreciation of George Fox --
The work of John Bunyan --
William Lilly --
John Milton --
Count Philibert de Grammont --
George Fox --
John Bunyan --
Sophia, Electress of Hanover --
Samuel Pepys --
Sir Isaac Newton --
V.6. Autobiography in the early eighteenth century --
Benjamin Franklin's autobiography --
Colley Cibber --
Duke de Saint Simon --
Lewis Holberg --
Mohammed Ali Hazin --
Benjamin Franklin --
V.7. Autobiography in the days of Frederick the Great --
Rousseau's confessions --
Rev. John Wesley --
Carlo Goldoni --
Dr. Samuel Johnson --
Wilhelmine, Margravine of Baireuth --
David Hume --
King Frederick the Great --
Jean Jacques Rousseau. V.8. Autobiographies of the close of the Ancient Regime --
Dr. Joseph Priestley --
Jean François Marmontel --
Henri de Latude --
Jean Jacques Casanova --
Baron Frederic Trenck --
Oliver Goldsmith --
Catharine the Great --
Joseph Priestley --
V.9. Autobiography at the opening of the Revolutionary Age --
Edward Gibbon --
George Washington --
Edward Gibbon --
Thomas Jefferson --
Mme. Jeanne du Barry --
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe --
V.10 Autobiographers of the later Revolutionary Days --
Lafayette --
Vittorio Alfieri --
Solomon Maimon --
Madame Roland --
John Marshall --
Alexander Hamilton --
Lafayette --
Admiral Nelson --
May Robinson --
Robert Burns. V.11. Autobiography in the Age of Napoleon --
The "Prelude" of Wordsworth --
Joseph Fouche --
Napoleon Bonaparte --
The Duke of Wellington --
William Wordsworth --
Sir Walter Scott --
Prince Von Metternich --
Eugene Vidocq --
V.12. Autobiographies of the Reactionary Age --
An appreciation of Peter Cartwright --
Marie Theres of France --
Friedrich Froebel --
Thomas de Quincey --
Peter Cartwright --
Benjamin Haydon --
Lord Byron --
Heinrich Heine --
V.13. Autobiography in the middle of the nineteenth century --
Newman's Apologia --
The autobiography of John Stuart Mill --
John, Cardinal Newman --
Victor Hugo --
Princess Marie Asmar --
Hans Christian Andersen --
Eugenie de Geurin --
John Stuart Mill --
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. V.14. Autobiography in the Victorian Age --
The life and letters of Charles Darwin --
An appreciation of Ruskin's Praeterita --
General Garibaldi --
Abraham Lincoln --
Charles Darwin --
Charles Dickens --
Richard Wagner --
Sir Henry Bessemer --
Prince von Bismarck --
John Ruskin --
Queen Victoria --
Herbert Spencer --
Henri Frederic Amiel --
V.15. Recent great autobiographies --
The autobiography of T.H. Huxley --
Ernest Renan --
Thomas Huxley --
Leo Tolstoy --
Arminius Vambery --
Sir Archibald Geikie --
Sonya Kovalevsky --
Oscar Wilde --
Marie Bashkirtseff --
Clarence Hawkes --
Clifford Beers.
Responsibility: Ed., with introduction, essays and appreciations by the leading scholars and educators of America.

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