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Popular Reading Collection (Sampler): World Classics collection

Great Works List

The World Classics Collection includes almost all of the Great Works from the Honors Reading List. The List is reproduced below with library call numbers added:

Call Numbers in BLUE refer to volumes in the World Classics Collection

Call Numbers in RED refer to volumes in the general library stacks

Classical

Aristotle, Nicomachean

Ethics World Classics AC1.G72, B430.A5T4; Politics (SS) World Classics AC1.G72, JC71.A41B3; Poetics World Classics AC1.G72, PN1040.A513

Cicero, On Friendship World Classics PA6304.L2, PA6304.L2; On Duties PA6296.D5, World Classics PA6296.D5; selected letters PA6308.E5B342, World Classics PA6297.A23

Epictetus, Manual (Enchiridion) World Classics B561.M52E5, B560.E5; Discourses World Classics B560.E5M3, B560.E5H515

Hesiod, Theogony PA4010.E5T5, World Classics PA4009.A2; Works and Days PA4010.E5T5, World Classics PA4009.A2

Herodotus, The Histories* (SS) World Classics AC1.G72, D58.H3313

Homer, Iliad World Classics AC1.G72, World Classics PA4025.A2, PA4025.A2; Odyssey World Classics AC1.G72, World Classics PA4025.A5, PA4025.A5

Josephus, The Jewish War World Classics DS122.8.J83J67, DS122.J823; Antiquities of the Jews World Classics DS116.J7413, DS116.J7

Livy, History of Rome* (SS) World Classics DG207.L5B35, DG207.L5S6

Lucretius, On the Nature of Things World Classics AC1.G72, PA6483.E5

Marcus Aurelius, Meditations World Classics AC1.G72, B580

Ovid, Metamorphoses World Classics PA6522.M2G3, PA6522.M2

Petronius, Satyricon World Classics PA6558.E5F5, PA6558.E5

Plato, Apology World Classics B358.J855, PA4279.A8; Crito World Classics B358.J855, PA4279.C8; Phaedrus World Classics AC1.G72, PA4279.P4; Protagoras World Classics B358.J85, PA4279.P8; Symposium World Classics B358.J85, PA4279.S8; Republic (SS) World Classics PA4279.R4, JC71.P35

Plutarch, Lives* (at least two) World Classics AC1.G72, DE7.P7

Sappho (W), Poems World Classics PA4408.E5P69, PA4408.E5

Suetonius, Lives of the Caesars World Classics DG277.S7, DG277.S7

Cornelius Tacitus, Annals World Classics AC1.G72, DG207.T3

Thucydides, Peloponnesian War (SS) World Classics AC1.G72, DF229.T5

Virgil, Aeneid World Classics PA6807.A5, PA6807.A5

Xenophon, Hellenica World Classics DF229.37.X46, PA4494.H3; Anabasis (SS) World Classics DF231.32.X413, PA4494.A5

Early Christian and Medieval

Anselm of Canterbury, Proslogion World Classics B765.A83P73, B765.A83P7; Why God Became Man World Classics B765.A82E54, BT264.A63C6

Thomas Aquinas, Summa Theologiae* World Classics AC1.G72, BX1749.T5

Augustine, Confessions World Classics BR65.A6, Sampler Biog St29co, BR65.A6; City of God* World Classics AC1.G72, BR65.A64; On Free Choice of the Will World Classics BR65.A664E5, BR65.A6643

Beowulf World Classics PR1583.A2C76, PR1583

Anicius Manlius Severinus Boccaccio, Decameron World Classics PQ4272.E5A355, PQ4272.E5

Boethius, Consolation of Philosophy World Classics B659.D472E5, B659.C2

Chanson de Roland (Song of Roland) World Classics PQ1521.E5R6, PQ1521.E5

Geoffrey Chaucer, Canterbury Tales* World Classics PR1870.A1C65x, PR1866; Troilus and Cressida World Classics AC1.G72, PR1895

Chrétien de Troyes, Yvain World Classics PQ1447.E5R34, PQ1447.E5; Erec and Enide World Classics PQ1445.E6E5, PQ1445.E6

Christine de Pisan (W), Book of the City of Ladies World Classics PQ1575.L56E5, PQ1575.L56

Anna Comnena (W), Alexiad World Classics DF605.C6, DF605.C6

Dante Alighieri, Divine Comedy* World Classics AC1.G72, PQ4315

Eusebius, History of the Church from Christ to Constantine World Classics BR160.E5E5x, BR160.E5

Gottfried von Strassburg, Tristan and Isolde World Classics PT1525.A423, PT1525.A2

Guillaume de Lorris and Jean de Meun, The Romance of the Rose World Classics PQ1528.A432x, PQ1528.A43

Heloise (W), The Letters of Abelard and Heloise World Classics PA8201.A4, PA8201.A4

Sir Thomas Malory, Le Morte D’Arthur* World Classics PR2041.P655x, PR2040

Marie de France (W), Lais PQ1494.L3

Moses Maimonides, A Guide for the Perplexed World Classics BM545.D33, BM545.D33

Nibelungenlied World Classics PT1579.A3A6, PT1589.E37

Nicolas of Cusa, On Learned Ignorance World Classics B765.N53D63, B765.N53D63

Poema del Cid World Classics PQ6367.E3S5, PQ6368.P6L66x

Sagas of the Old Norse, Njal’s Saga World Classics PT7269.N4E55x, PT7269.N4; Laxdoela Saga World Classics PT7269.L4E54, PT7269.L4

Sir Gawain and the Green Knight World Classics PR2065.G3A387, PR2065.G31

Snorri Sturluson, Prose Edda World Classics PT7313.E5Y6, PT7313.E5, Egil’s Saga World Classics PT7269.E3E53, PT7269.E3

Wolfram von Eschenbach, Parzival World Classics PR6053.L3295P37x, PT1682.P2; Willehalm World Classics PT1682.W6E53, PT1682.W5

William of Ockham, Philosophical Writings* World Classics B6765.O32E5, B756.O32E5

Renaissance and Reformation

Lodovico Ariosto, Orlando Furioso World Classics PQ4582.E5A38, PQ4582.E5A38

Jean Calvin, Institutes (SS) World Classics AC1.G72, BX9420.I65

Baldassarre Castiglione, The Courtier World Classics BJ1604.C4513, BJ1604.C4513x

Benvenuto Cellini, Autobiography World Classics NB623.C3B8x, NB623.C3

Desiderius Erasmus, Praise of Folly World Classics PA8514.E5, PA8514.E5; Enchiridion World Classics BV4509.L2E833, BV4509.L2E83; On the Free Will World Classics BT810.3.D57, BT810.E63

Francesco Guicciardini, The History of Italy (SS) World Classics DG539.G813, DG539.G813

Martin Luther, Three Treatises World Classics BR331.E5J3x, BR331.E5J3; Commentary on Romans World Classics BS2556.L8713x, BS2665.L7613; The Bondage of the Will World Classics BT810.3.D57, BJ1460.L8

Niccolo Machiavelli, The Prince (SS) World Classics JC143.M38, JC143.M38; Discourses on Livy World Classics in process, JC143.M16313

Marguerite de Navarre (W), Heptameron World Classics PQ1631.H3E5, PQ1631.H3

Michel de Montaigne, Essays* World Classics AC1.G72, PQ1642.E5

Thomas More, Utopia World Classics HX811 1516 .E972, HX811 1516

Francesco Petrarca, Rerum vulgarium fragmenta World Classics PQ4496.E23C66, PQ4496.E23; Canzoniere PQ4476.F92; My Secret PQ4496.E29S33; selected letters, including “Ascent of Mt. Ventoux” B775.C32, World Classics PQ4496.E29, PQ4496.E29E21

Pico della Mirandola, Oration on the Dignity of Man World Classics B785.P53D442, B775.C32

Francois Rabelais, Gargantua World Classics AC1.G72, PQ1683.G5; Pantagruel World Classics AC1.G72, PQ1683.P2

William Shakespeare, Sonnets World Classics AC1.G72, PR2848.A2

Sir Philip Sidney, Astrophil and Stella World Classics PR2341.W37,PR2342.A7; Defense of Poesy World Classics PR2341.W37, PN1031.S65

Edmund Spenser, The Faerie Queene* World Classic PR2358.A3R6, PR2358.A3

Torquato Tasso, Jerusalem Delivered World Classics PQ4642.E21E84, PQ4642.E21

William Tyndale, The New Testament in English World Classics BS140, BS140

17th and 18th Centuries

Francis Bacon, Essays World Classics PR2206.P58, PR2206.A3; Advancement of Learning World Classics AC1.G72, B1155

Jeremy Bentham, “Utilitarianism”(SS) and two other essays World Classics BJ315.M55, B1571.U8

George Berkeley, Three Dialogues between Hylas and Philonous (SS) World Classics B1325, B1326.D36; Analyst World Classics QA8.6.B47, Q175.B4674 ; Querist (SS) World Classics In Process, HC254.5.B4

James Boswell, Life of Samuel Johnson World Classics AC1.G72, PR3533.B62

John Bunyan, Pilgrim’s Progress World Classics PR3330.A1, PR3330.A1; Grace Abounding World Classics PR3329.G1, PR3329.G1

Edmund Burke, Reflections on the Revolution in France (SS) World Classics DC150.B8, DC150.B8

Miguel de Cervantes, Don Quixote World Classics PQ6329.A2, PQ6323.A1

Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe World Classics PR3403.A1, PR3403.A1; Moll Flanders World Classics PR3404.F65, PR3404.F65

John Donne, Songs and Sonnets World Classics PR2246.F6r, PR2246.G27; Devotions upon Emergent Occasions World Classics BV4831.D6, BV4831.D6

Jonathan Edwards, Works BX7117.E3

Henry Fielding, Tom Jones World Classics AC1.G72, PR3454.H5; Joseph Andrews World Classics PR3454.J65, PR3454.J6

Benjamin Franklin, Autobiography World Classics E302.6.F7A2, E302.6.F7A2

Edward Gibbon, Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire* (SS) World Classics AC1.G72, DG311.G5

Thomas Hobbes, Leviathan World Classics JC153.H65, JC153.H65

David Hume, Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding World Classics B1499,K7E57, B1480; Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion World Classics B1499.R45H83, BL180.H78; Essays World Classics In Progress, B1475

Thomas Jefferson, Declaration of Independence World Classics E302.J471, World Classics JK128.B4, E221.W64

Immanuel Kant, Critique of Pure Reason World Classics AC1.G72, B2778.E5; Critique of Practical Reason World Classics B2773.E5A2, B2773.E5; Critique of Judgement World Classics AC1.G72, B2758

Madame de La Fayette (W), The Princess of Clèves World Classics PQ1805.L5A7213, PQ1805.L5A713

John Locke, Essay Concerning Human Understanding (SS) World Classics B1290, B1290

James Madison, et al., The Federalist Papers World Classics KF4515.F4, JK154.F42x; U.S. Constitution World Classics AC1.G72, Gov.Doc. Y1.1/7

John Milton, Paradise Lost World Classics PR3560, PR3560; Areopagitica World Classics AC1.G72, PR3569

Charles Montesquieu, The Spirit of Laws (SS) World Classics AC1.G72, JC179.M74

Blaise Pascal, Pensées World Classics AC1.G72, B1901.P42

Alexander Pope, Rape of the Lock World Classics PR3629.A2.T56x, PR3629.A1; Essay on Man PR3627.A12

Joshua Reynolds, Discourses World Classics N7445.R3, N7445.R3

Samuel Richardson, Pamela World Classics PR3664.P35, PR3664.P35

Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Confessions; Social Contract (SS) World Classics PQ2036.A5, PQ2036.A57

Adam Smith, The Wealth of Nations (SS) World Classics HB161.S65, World Classics AC1.G72, HB161.S65

Jonathan Swift, Gulliver’s Travels World Classics AC1.G72, World Classics PR3724.G7, PR3724.G7

Voltaire, Candide World Classics PQ2082.C3E5, PQ2082.C3E5; Philosophical Dictionary World Classics B42.V6, B42.V6

Mary Wollstonecraft (W), A Vindication of the Rights of Woman World Classics HQ1596.W6

Romanticism and 19th Century

Matthew Arnold, Culture and Anarchy World Classics HN389.A72, HN389.A72

Jane Austen (W), Pride and Prejudice World Classics PR4034.P7, PR4034.P7; Emma World Classics PR4034.E5, PR4034.E5; Sense and Sensibility World Classics PR4034.S42, PR4034.S4

William Blake, Songs of Innocence/Songs of Experience World Classics PR4144.S6, World Classics PR4141.E7, PR4144.S6

Charlotte Bronte (W), Jane Eyre World Classics PR4167.J3, PR4167.J3

Emily Bronte (W), Wuthering Heights World Classics PR4172.W7, PR4172.W7

Elizabeth Barrett Browning (W), Sonnets from the Portuguese World Classics PR4189.A1, PR4189.A1

Robert Browning, three dramatic monologues World Classics PR4202.D3, PR4203.W66

Jakob Burckhardt, The Civilization of the Renaissance in Italy (SS) World Classics DG445.B813, DG445.B813

Lord Byron, Don Juan World Classics PR4359.A2S76, PR4359.A1; Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage PR4353.J86x

Lewis Carroll, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland World Classics PR4611.A7, PR4611.A7; Through the Looking Glass World Classics PR4611.A7, PR4611.A7

Mary Chesnut (W), Mary Chesnut’s Civil War World Classics E487.C5, E487.C5

Kate Chopin (W), The Awakening World Classics PS1294.C63A6435, PS1294.C63A15

Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Rime of the Ancient Mariner World Classics PR4479.A2F793, PR4479.A1; “Kubla Khan” and two other poems World Classics PR4472.K43, PR4480.K8

Charles Dickens, David Copperfield World Classics PR4558.A1, PR4558.A1; Hard Times World Classics PR4561.A1, PR4561.A2; Bleak House World Classics PR4556.A1, PR4556.A1, Great Expectations World Classics PR4560.A1, PR4560.A1

Emily Dickinson, Poems World Classics PS1541.A6, PS1541.A17

Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Crime and Punishment World Classics PG3326.P7, PG3326.P7; Brothers Karamazov World Classics PG3326.B7, PG3326.B7

Frederick Douglass (C), Narrative of the Life World Classics E449.D749, E449.D749

George Eliot (W), Middlemarch World Classics PR4662.A1, PR4662.A1; Adam Bede World Classics PR4656.A1, PR4656.A1

Ralph Waldo Emerson, “The American Scholar” World Classics PS1608.A1, PS1602.H6; Nature World Classics PS1608.A1, PS1602.R63

Gustave Flaubert, Madame Bovary World Classics PQ2246.M2E5, PQ2246.M2

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Faust I; Faust II World Classics AC1.G72, PT2026.F2R31, PT2026.F2M3

Thomas Hardy, Tess of the d’Urbervilles World Classics PR4748.A1, PR4748.A1; Jude the Obscure World Classics PR4746.A1, PR4746.A1

Nathaniel Hawthorne, Scarlet Letter World Classics PS1868.A1, PS1868.A1; The Marble Faun World classics PS1862.A1, PS1862.A1; any two stories World Classics PS1853, PS1852

Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, Phenomenology of Mind World Classics B2928.E5B3, B2927.E5P472513; Philosophy of History (SS) World Classics AC1.G72, B2936.E5H3

Friedrich Hölderlin, any three poems World Classics PT2359.H2A25, PT2359.H2A6

Henry James, Turn of the Screw World Classics PS2116.T8, PS2116.T8; Portrait of a Lady World Classics PS2116.P6, PS2116.P6

Sarah Orne Jewett (W), Country of the Pointed Firs World Classics PS2132.C64, PS2131

John Keats, “Ode on a Grecian Urn” and two other poems World Classics PR4830.F66, PR4832.H55

Søren Kierkegaard, Fear and Trembling World Classics BR100.K52, BR100.K52; Sickness unto Death World Classics BT715.K5313, BR100.K52

Thomas Babington Macaulay, History of England (SS) World Classics DA435.M14, DA32.T749

Thomas Robert Malthus, Essay on the Principle of Population (SS) World Classics HB861.E7, HB861.E7

Karl Marx, Communist Manifesto (SS) World Classics In Process, HX276.M3; Capital (SS) World Classics AC1.G72, HB501.M356

Herman Melville, Moby Dick World Classics PS2384.M6, PS2384.M6; Billy Budd World Classics PS2382, PS2382

John Stuart Mill, Utilitarianism World Classics B1603.U873M54, World Classics BJ315.M55, B1571.M6; On Liberty World Classics JC585.M74, JC585.M555x; Principles of Political Economy (all SS) World Classics HB161.M6, HB161.M6

Friedrich Nietzsche, Thus Spoke Zarathustra World Classics B3313.A43E5, B3313.A43E5; Birth of Tragedy World Classics B3313.G42E55, B3313.G42E55; Beyond Good and Evil World Classics In Process, B3313.J43E5

Alexander Sergeevich Pushkin, Eugene Onegin World Classics PG3347.E8D4, PG3347.E8

Josiah Royce, The World and the Individual B945.R63W7

Arthur Schopenhauer, The World as Will and Representation B3138.E5P3

Percy Bysshe Shelley, three poems World Classics PR5402, PR5402; Defense of Poetry PR5405.D4x

Harriet Beecher Stowe (W), Uncle Tom’s Cabin World Classics PS2954.U5, PS2954.U5

Alfred Lord Tennyson, In Memoriam World Classics PR5562.A2G73, PR5562.A3; Idylls of the King World Classics PR5558.A1, PR5558.A1; “Ulysses” and two other poems World Classics PR5551, PR5550.F87

William Makepeace Thackeray, Vanity Fair World Classics PR5618.A2, PR5618.A1

Henry David Thoreau, Walden World Classics PS3048.A1, PS3048.A1; Civil Disobedience (SS) World Classics PS3048.A1, PS3048.A1

Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America (SS) World Classics JK216.T7, World Classics AC1.G72, JK216.T7

Leo Tolstoy, War and Peace World Classics PG3366.V6, World Classics AC1.G72, PG3366.V6; Anna Karenina World Classics PG3366.A6, PG3366.A6

Mark Twain, Huckleberry Finn World Classics PS1305.A1, PS1305.A1

H. G. Wells, The Time Machine World Classics PR5774.T5, Samp SciFi.W462ti, PZ4.W4632T56; Invisible Man World Classics PR5774.I5, PR5774.I5

William Wordsworth, “Ode: Intimations of Immortality” and two other poems World Classics PR5853.C8, PR5853.C8; The Prelude* World Classics PR5864.A2D4, PR5864.A2D4

Walt Whitman, Leaves of Grass* World Classics PS3200,F8s, PS3201; Song of Myself World Classics PS3222.S6, PS3222.S6

Elie Wiesel, La Nuit World Classics D810.J4W513x, D810.J4W513x

The following additional works from the social sciences may to used toward completing the overall Literature requirement, but may not count as the selection for 19th century:

Emile Durkheim, Suicide (SS) World Classics HV6545.D812, HV6545.D812

Alfred Marshall, Principles of Economics (SS) World Classics HB171.5.M289, HB171.M355

David Ricardo, Principles of Political Economy and Taxation (SS) World Classics HB161.R4812, HB161.R4812

20th Century

Henry Adams, The Education of Henry Adams World Classics E175.5.A2A3, E175.5.A2A3

Jorge Luis Borges, Ficciones World Classics PQ7797.B635F513, PQ7797.B635F5; Labyrinths World Classics PQ7797.B635A29, PQ7797.B635L3

Vera Brittain (W), Testament of Youth World Classica D640.B715, D640.B715

Martin Buber, I and Thou World Classics BM723.B753, BM723.B753

Samuel Butler, The Way of All Flesh World Classics PR4349.B7W3, PR4349.B7W3

Italo Calvino, If on a Winter’s Night a Traveler World Classics PQ4809.A45S3713, PQ4809.A45S3713

Albert Camus, The Stranger World Classics PQ2605.A3734E813, PQ2605.A3734E813; The Plague World Classics PQ2605.A3734P413, PQ2605.A3734P413

Willa Cather, Death Comes for the Archbishop World Classics PS3505.A87D4, PS3505.A87D4; My Antonia World Classics PS3505.A87M8, PS3505.A87M8; Song of the Lark World Classics PS3505.A87S6, PS3505.A87S6; The Professor’s House PS3505.A87P7

Joseph Conrad, Heart of Darkness World Classics PR6005.O4H4x, PR6005.O4H4; Lord Jim World Classics PR6005.O4L7, PR6005.O4L7

Annie Dillard (W), Pilgrim at Tinker Creek SampN-Fic.D581pi, World Classics QH81.D56, QH81.D56

T. S. Eliot, The Waste Land World Classics PS3509.L43A6, PS3509.L43W3; Four Quartets World Classics PS3509.L43F6, PS3509.L43F6

Ralph Ellison (C), Invisible Man World Classics PS3555.L625I5, PS3555.L625I5

William Faulkner, The Sound and the Fury World Classics PS3511.A86S7, PS3511.A86S7; Absalom, Absalom World Classics PS3511.A86A6, PS3511.A86A65; “The Bear” and two other stories World Classics PS3511.A86A15, PS3511.A86A6

F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby World Classics PS3511.I9, PS3511.I9G7

Sigmund Freud, Beyond the Pleasure Principle World Classics AC1.G72, BF173.F65; Interpretation of Dreams World Classics AC1.G72, BF1078.F72; Civilization and Its Discontents (all SS) World Classics AC1.G72, BF173.F7413x

Rayna Green, ed., That’s What She Said (collection of writings by Native American women [W/C]) World Classics PS508.I5T46, PS508.I5T46

Martin Heidegger, Introduction to Metaphysics World Classics In Progress, BD111.H4213x; Being and Time World Classics B3279.H48S43, B3279.H48S43

Ernest Hemingway, For Whom the Bell Tolls World Classics PS3515.E37F6, PS3515.E37F6; The Sun Also Rises World Classics PS3515.E37S8, PS3515.E37S8

Hermann Hesse, Siddhartha World Classics PT2617.E85S5213, PT2617.E85S513; The Glass Bead Game World Classics PT2617.E85G513, PT2617.E85G513

Langston Hughes (C), selected poems World Classics PS3515.U274A17, PS3515.U274

Zora Neale Hurston (W/C), Their Eyes Were Watching God World Classics PS3515.U789T5, PS3515.U789T5; Dust Tracks on a Road World Classics PS3515.U789Z465, PS3515.U789Z5

Aldous Huxley, Brave New World World Classics PR6015.U9B65, PR6015.U9B65

William James, Pluralism B945.J21; The Will to Believe World Classics B945.J23W5, B945.J23W5; The Varieties of Religious Experience (all SS) World Classics BL53.J36, BR110.J3

James Joyce, Dubliners World Classics PR6019.O9D8, PR6019.O9D8; Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man World Classics PR6019.O9P63, PR6019.O9P64; Ulysses World Classics PR6019.O9U4, PR6019.O9U4

Franz Kafka, Metamorphosis World Classics AC1.G72, PT2621.A26V42613; The Trial World Classics PT2621.A26P713, PT2621.A26P713; The Castle World Classics PT2621.A26S313, PT2621.A26S33

John Maynard Keynes, The General Theory of Employment, Interest, and Money World Classics HB99.7.K378, HB99.7.K378

Martin Luther King (C), “Letter from Birmingham Jail” F334.B69N446

Doris Lessing (W), The Golden Notebook World Classics PR6023.E833G6, PR6023.E833G6

C. S. Lewis, any one of the following: Till We Have Faces World Classics PR6023.E926T54, PR6023.E926T54, The Great Divorce World Classics BJ1401.L4, BJ1401.L4, The Screwtape Letters World Classics BR125.L67, BR125.L67, Surprised by Joy World Classics BV4935.L43A3, BV4935.L43A3, BR121.2.L48, Mere Christianity World Classics BT77.L348, BT77.L348, Miracles World Classics BT97.L43, BT97.L43

Primo Levi, If this is a Man (Survival in Auschwitz) World Classics D804.G4L383, D804.G4

Thomas Mann, Death in Venice World Classics PT2625.A44T265, PT2625.A44T613; Magic Mountain World Classics PT2625.A44Z32, PT2625.A44Z313x

Gabriel Garcia Marquez, One Hundred Years of Solitude World Classics PQ8180.17.A73C513, PQ8180.17.A73C513

N. Scott Momaday (C), The Way to Rainy Mountain World Classics E99.K5M64, E99.K5M64

Toni Morrison (W/C), Song of Solomon World Classics PS3563.O8749S64, PS3563.O8749S64

Reinhold Niebuhr, The Nature and Destiny of Man World Classics In Process, BT701.N5

Flannery O’Connor (W), any two short stories World Classics PS3565.C57A6, PS3565.C57A47x

Tillie Olsen (W), Tell Me a Riddle World Classics PS3565.L82T45, PS3565.L82T45; Silences World Classics PN151.O4, PN151.O4

George Orwell, Animal Farm World Classics PR6029.R8A74, PR6029.R8A63; 1984 World Classics PR6029.R8A74, PR6029.R8N49

Wilfred Owen, any four war poems World Classics PR6029.W4A6, PR6029.W4A6

Alan Paton, Cry, the Beloved Country PR9369.3.P37C7x

Katherine Anne Porter (W); Pale Horse World Classics PS3531.O752P3, PS3531.O752P3, Pale Rider World Classics PS3531.O752P3, PS3531.O752P3; Ship of Fools World Classics PS3531.O752S5, PS3531.O752S5

Marcel Proust, Swann’s Way or another novel from Remembrance of Things Past World Classics PQ2631.R63A72, PQ2631.R63A72

Rainer Maria Rilke, Sonnets to Orpheus World Classics PT2635.I65S6, PT2635.I65S613; Duino Elegies World Classics PT2635.I65D813, PT2635.I65D82

Lytton Strachey, Eminent Victorians World Classics DA562.S87, DA562.S87

Laurel Thatcher Ulrich (W), A Midwife’s Tale World Classics F29.H15U47, F29.H15U47; Good Wives World Classics HQ1438.A11U42, HQ1438.A11U42

Derek Walcott (C), Omeros PR9272.9.W3O44; any three poems World Classics PR9272.9.W3A6, PR9272.9.W3A6

Alice Walker (W/C), The Color Purple World Classics PS3573.A425C6, PS3573.A425C6

Eudora Welty (W), Delta Wedding World Classics PS3545.E6D4, PS3545.E6D4; Losing Battles World Classics PS3545.E6L67, PS3545.E6L67; The Ponder Heart World Classics PS3545.E6P6, PS3545.E6P6; any two short stories World Classics PS3545.E6M6, PS3545.E6C66

Edith Wharton (W), Ethan Frome World Classics PS3545.H16E7, PS3545.H16E7; Age of Innocence World Classics PS3545.H16A35, PS3545.H16A7

Edward O. Wilson, On Human Nature World Classics GN365.9.W54, GN365.9.W54

Ludwig Wittgenstein, Philosophical Investigations World Classics B3376.W563P53, B3376.W563P53

Virginia Woolf (W), Mrs. Dalloway World Classics PR6045.O72M7, PR6045.O72M7; To the Lighthouse World Classics PR6045.O72T6, PR6045.O72T6; The Waves World Classics PR6045.O72W3, PR6045.O72W3; A Room of One’s Own World Classics PR6045.O72Z464, PN471.W6x

Richard Wright (C), Black Boy World Classics PS3545.R815Z96, PS3545.R815Z9

William Butler Yeats, any four poems World Classics PR5900.A3, PR5900.A3

The following additional works from the social sciences may to used toward completing the overall Literature requirement, but may not count as the selection for 20th century:

Jacob Bronowski, Ascent of Man (SS) World Classics Q175.B7918, Q175.B7918

John Corner, The Life of Plants (SS) World Classics QK45.2.C67, QK45.C59

Friedrich A. von Hayek, Road to Serfdom World Classics HB171.H426, HD82.H38; Constitution of Liberty (both SS) World Classics JC585.H29, JC585.H29

Sir John Richard Hicks, Value and Capital (SS) World Classics HB171.H635x, HB171.H635x

Tjalling Charles Koopmans, Three Essays on the State of Economic Science (SS) HB171.K69

Thomas Kuhn, The Structure of Scientific Revolutions (SS) World Classics Q175.K95, Q175.K95

Richard Lewontin, Human Diversity (SS) World Classics QH431.L4186, QH431.L4186

Paul A. Samuelson, Foundations of Economic Analysis (SS) World Classics HB171.S24, HB171.S26

Other Traditions

Africa

Chinua Achebe, Things Fall Apart World Classics PR9387.9.A3T5x, PR9387.9.A3T5

Mongo Beti, The Poor Christ of Bomba World Classics PQ3989.2.B45P313, PQ3989.2.B45P313

Buchi Emecheta, Head Above Water World Classics PR9387.9.E36Z464

Cheikh Hamidou Kane, Ambiguous Adventure World Classics PQ3989.2.K3A413, PQ3989.2.K3A413

Ngugi Wa Thiong’o, Devil on the Cross PR9381.9.N42C313x

Wole Soyinka, The Interpreters World Classics PR9387.9.S6I6, PR9387.9.S6I6

China

Lao Tzu, Tao-te Ching World Classics BL900.L26E5, BL900.L26E5

Ssu-ma Ch’ien, Selections from the Grand Historian (Watson translation) World Classics DS741.3.S68213, DS741.3.S68213

Li Po and Tu Fu, selected poems World Classics PS2671.A25, PL2671.A25, PL2675.A24

Confucius, Analects World Classics PL2478.L8, PL2478.L8

Ts’ao Hsüeh-Chin (Cao Xueqin), Story of the Stone (Dream of Red Mansions)* World Classics PL2727.S2S7, PL2727.S2S7

Buck, Pearl S. (trans.), All Men Are Brothers (Shui hu chuan) World Classics PL 2694.S5E5, PL2694.S5E521x

Cheng’en Wu, Journey to the West*(Xi you ji) or The Monkey World Classics PL2697.H7513J32x, PL2697.H75E596

Lu Xun, Diary of a Madman and Other Stories World Classics PL2754.S5A25, PL2754.S5A25

India

Chandogya Upanishad BL1120.A3T22

Valmiki, Ramayana* World Classics BL1139.22.E54, BL1139.22.E54

Dhammapada World Classics BQ1372.E54W35, BQ1372.E54M85

Kalidasa, Shakuntala World Classics PK3796.S4V37, PK3796.S4

The Rig Veda World Classics PK3016.A2E5x, PK3016.A2E5x

Mahatma Gandhi, Autobiography World Classics DS481.G3A355, DS481.G3A355

Salman Rushdie, Midnight’s Children World Classics PR6068.U757M5, PR6068.U757M5

Islam

Ghazzali, Al-Munqidh min al-Dalal: The Alchemy of Happiness World Classics B753.G33K413x, B753.G33K413x

Nizami, The Story of Layla and Majnun World Classics PK6501.L33G4, PK6501.L33G4

Omar Khayyam, The Rubaiyat World Classics PK6513.A1, PK6513.A1

The Qur’an (Koran) World Classics BP109, BP109

Ibn Khaldun, The Muqaddimah World Classics D16.7.I2413, D16.7.I2413

Naguib Mahfouz Three Novels of Ancient Egypt World Classics PJ7846.A46A2, PJ7846.A46A2

Japan

Murasaki Shikibu, The Tale of Genji* World Classics PL788.4.G4E5, PL788.4.G4E3

Donald L. Philippi, Songs of God, Songs of Humans (Ainu epic) World Classics PL495.7.S6, PL495.7.S6

Sei Shonagon, The Pillow Book World Classics PL788.6.M3E54, PL788.6.M3E54

Yoshida Kenko, Essays in Idleness World Classics PL791.6.T7E48, PL791.6.T7E48

Natsume Sôseki, The Three-Cornered World World Classics PL812.A8K813, PL812.A8K813

Endo Shûsaku, Silence or Deep River World Classics PL849.N4D5613, PL849.N4C513, PL849.N4D5613

Ibuse Masuji, Black Rain World Classics PL830.B8K813x, PL830.B8K813x

Korea

Anthology of Korean Literature: From Early Times to the Nineteenth Century (Lee, ed.) World Classics PL984.E1A5, PL984.E1A5

Richard Kim, Lost Names World Classics PS3561.I415Z473, PS3561.I415Z473

Kang Sok-Kyong, The Valley Nearby World Classics PL992.8.S615K3513, PL992.38.S615K