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Our Mutual Friend by Charles Dickens (Modern Library) (1960) (image)

Our Mutual Friend by Charles Dickens. A Modern Library book (No. 308) published by Random House, New York, in 1960.

Series Note:

Source: List of Titles, Authors and Numbers - 1932

1. Oscar Wilde. Dorian Grey.
2. August Strindberg. Married; and Miss Julie.
3. Benvenuto Cellini. Autobiography of Benvenuto Cellini.
4. Francois Rabelais. Gargantua and Pantagruel.
5. Norman Douglas. South Wind.
6. Henrik Ibsen. A Doll's House, Ghosts, An Enemy of the People.
7. Anatole France. The Red Lily.
8. Guy de Maupassant. Mademoiselle de Fifi, and Twelve Other Stories.
9. Friedrich Nietzsche. Thus Spake Zarathustra.
10. Dostoevsky. Poor People.

11. Anatole France. The Revolt of the Angels.
12. Schopenhauer. Studies in Pessimism.
13. Samuel Butler. The Way of All Flesh.
14. George Meredith. Diana of the Crossways.
15. George B. Shaw. An Unsocial Socialist.
16. George Moore. Confessions of a Young Man.
17. Thomas Hardy. The Mayor of Casterbridge.
18. Best Russian Short Stories.
19. Oscar Wilde. Poems.
20. Friedrich Nietzsche. Beyond Good and Evil.

21. Ivan Turgenev. Fathers and Sons.
22. Anatole France. The Crime of Sylvestre Bonnard.
23. Charles Swinburne. Poems.
24. W. H. Hudson. The Purple Land.
25. James Branch Cabell. Beyond Life.
26. W. S. Gilbert. The Mikado, The Gondoliers, The Pirates of Penzance, and Iolanthe.
27. H. G. Wells. Ann Veronica.
28. Gustave Flaubert. Madame Bovary.
29. Ben Hecht. Erik Dorne.
30. William Beebe. Jungle Peace.

31. Anton Tchekov. Rothchild's Fiddle, etc.
32. Arthur Schnitzler. Anatol, The Green Cockatoo, etc.
33. Hermann Sudermann. Dame Care.
34. Lord Dunsany. A Dreamer's Tales
35. G. K. Chesterton. The Man Who Was Thursday.
36. Henrik Ibsen. Hedda Gabler, Pillars of Society, The Master Builder.
37. Leo Tolstoy. Anna Karenina.
38. Francis Thompson. Complete Poems.
39. Arthur Schnitzler. Bertha Garlan.
40. Balzac. Short Stories.

41. Rodin. The Art of Rodin, 64 Reproductions.
42. Aubrey Beardsley. The Art of Aubrey Beardsley, 64 Reproductions.
43. James Huneker. Painted Veils.
44. W. B. Yeats. Irish Fairy and Folk Tales.
45. Leonid Andreyev. The Seven That Were Hanged; The Red Laugh.
46. George Gissing. The Private Papers of Henry Ryecroft.
47. Voltaire. Candide.
48. Maxim Gorky. Creatures That Once Were Men.
49. John A. Symonds. The Life of Michelangelo.
50. Theodore Dreiser. Free and Other Stories.

51. Edward Carpenter. Love's Coming of Age.
52. Arthur Schopenhauer. The Philosophy of Schopenhauer.
53. Theophile Gautier. Mademoiselle de Maupin.
54. Henrik Ibsen. The Wild Duck, Rosmerholm, The League of Youth.
55. Oriental Romances.
56. John Macy. The Spirit of American Literature.
57. Guy de Maupasant. Une Vie.
58. Francois Villon. Poems.
59. Marcel Proust. Swann's Way.
60. Spinoza. The Philosophy of Spinoza.

61. Oscar Wilde. Fairy Tales and Poems in Prose.
62. Friedrich Nietzsche. Genealogy of Morals.
63. Henry James. Daisy Miller and An International Episode
64. Leo Tolstoy. The Death of Ivan Ilyich and Other Stories.
65. Gabriele D'Annunzio. The Flame of Life.
66. An Outline of Psychoanalysis.
67. Anatole France. Thais.
68. Friedrich Nietzsche. Ecce Homo and The Birth of Tragedy.
69. Alexandre Dumas. Camille.
70. Baudelaire. Baudelaire: His Prose and Poetry.

71. Boccaccio. The Decameron.
72. Guy de Maupassant. Love and Other Stories.
73. Best Ghost Stories.
74. Ernest Dowson. Poems and Prose.
75. W. L. George. A Bed of Roses.
76. Henry Adams. The Education of Henry Adams.
77. Leo Tolstoy. Redemption and Other Plays.
78. Moliere. Tartuffe, The Misanthrope, The Highbrow Ladies, The School for Wives, The Physician, and The Miser.
79. Lewis Carroll. Alice in Wonderland, Through the Looking Glass, and The Hunting of the Snark.
80. Ivan Turgenev. Smoke.

81. A Modern Book of Criticism.
82. Edgar Allan Poe. Best Tales.
83. Oscar Wilde. Salome, The Importance of Being Earnest, and Lady Windermere's Fan.
84. Oscar Wilde. An Ideal Husband, and A Woman of No Importance.
85. Alphonse Daudet. Sapho. / Antoine Prevost. Manon Lescaut.
86. Walter Pater. The Renaissance.
87. Best American Humorous Short Stories.
88. Lucius Apuleius. The Golden Ass.
89. W. H. Hudson. Green Mansions.
90. Walter Pater. Marius the Epicurean.

91. William Blake. Poems.
92. Gustave Flaubert. The Temptation of Saint Anthony.
93. Nathaniel Hawthorne. The Scarlet Letter.
94. Pierre Loti. Madame Chrysantheme.
95. Havelock Ellis. The New Spirit.
96. Virginia Woolf. Mrs. Dalloway.
97. Walt Whitman. Leaves of Grass.
98. Gabriele D'Annunzio. The Child of Pleasure.
99. H. M. Tomlinson. The Sea and the Jungle.
100. Jonathan Swift. Gulliver's Travels, A Tale of a Tub, and The Battle of the Books.

101. A Comprehensive Anthology of American Verse.
102. Stephen Crane. Men, Women and Boats.
103. Samuel Pepys. Samuel Pepys' Diary.
104. Sherwood Anderson. Winesburg, Ohio.
105. H. W. Van Loon. Ancient Man.
106. Emily Bronte. Wuthering Heights.
107. H. L. Mencken. Selected Prejudices.
108. Thomas Paine. Selected Writings.
109. D. H. Lawrence. Sons and Lovers.
110. Anatole France. The Queen Pedauque.

111. Eugene O'Neill. Seven Plays of the Sea.
112. Gabriele D'Annunzio. The Triumph of Death.
113. W. S. Gilbert. Pinafore, Patience, Yeomen of the Guard, and Ruddigore.
114. William James. The Philosophy of William James.
115. Sherwood Anderson. Poor White.
116. Max Beerbohm. Zuleika Dobson.
117. Oscar Wilde. De Profundis.
118. Gustave Flaubert. Salammbo.
119. Herman Melville. Moby Dick.
120. Remy De Gourmont. A Night in the Luxembourg.

121. Thomas Hardy. The Return of the Native.
122. Daniel Defoe. Moll Flanders.
123. Ludwig Lewisohn. Up Stream.
124. James Joyce. Dubliners.
125. George Gissing. New Grub Street.
126. James Branch Cabell. The Cream of the Jest.
127. Modern American Poetry.
128. D. H. Lawrence. The Rainbow.
129. Katherine Mansfield. The Garden Party.
130. Lafcadio Hearn. Some Chinese Ghosts.

131. Remy De Gourmont. A Virgin Heart.
132. Olivia Schreiner. The Story of an African Farm.
133. Ambrose Bierce. In the Midst of Life.
134. George Meredith. The Ordeal of Richard Feverel.
135. Thomas Hardy. Jude the Unknown.
136. Samuel Butler. Erewhon.
137. Bertrand Russell. Selected Papers of Bertrand Russell.
138. Dimitri Merejkowski. The Romance of Leonardo da Vinci.
139. Edgar Saltus. The Imperial Orgy.
140. Ernest Renan. The Life of Jesus.

141. Norman Douglas. Old Calabria.
142. Emile Zola. Nana.
143. Alexandre Dumas. The Three Musketeers.
144. Fourteen Great Detective Stories.
145. James Joyce. A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man.
146. Eugene O' Neill. The Emperor Jones and The Straw.
147. Laurence Sterne. Tristram Shandy.
148. Theodore Dreiser. Twelve Men.
149. The Making of Man: An Outline of Anthropology.
150. Whistler. The Art of Whistler. 34 Reproductions.

151. Dostoyevsky. The Brothers Karamazov.
152. An Outline of Abnormal Psychology.
153. Dimitri Merejkowski. The Death of the Gods.
154. Edmond Rostand. Cyrano de Bergerac.
155. Thornton Wilder. The Cabala.
156. Petronius Arbiter. The Satyricon.
157. Stendhal. The Red and the Black.
158. Four Famous Greek Plays.
159. Tobias Smollett. Humphrey Clinker.
160. Havelock Ellis. The Dance of Life.

161. Geoffrey Chaucer. The Canterbury Tales.
162. Hermann Sudermann. The Song of Songs.
163. An Anthology of American Negro Literature.
164. Carl Van Vechten. Peter Whiffle.
165. Casanova. Memoirs of Casanova.
166. Homer. The Iliad.
167. Homer. The Odyssey.
168. Great Modern Short Stories.
169. Henry James. The Turn of the Screw and The Lesson of the Master.
170. Ernest Hemingway. The Sun Also Rises.

171. Tchekov. The Plays of Tchekov: The Sea Gull, The Cherry Orchard, Three Sisters, Uncle Vanya, etc.
172. Marcel Proust. Within a Budding Grove.
173. John Dewey. Reason, Nature and Conduct. (???)
174. Cervantes. Don Quixote.
175. Dimitri Merejkowski. Peter and Alexis.
176. W. Somerset Maugham. Of Human Bondage.
177. Goethe. Faust.
178. Hugh Walpole. Fortitude.
179. G. F. Young. The Medici.
180. Aldous Huxley. Point Counter Point.

181. Plato. The Philosophy of Plato.
182. Rockwell Kent. Wilderness.
183. J. K. Huysmans. Against the Grain.
184. Arnold Bennett. The Old Wives' Tale.
185. Henry Fielding. Tom Jones.
186. Joseph Conrad. Lord Jim.
187. Andre Gide. The Counterfeiters.
188. Suetonius. The Lives of the Twelve Caesars.
189. Michael Artzibashev. Sanine.
190. Christopher Morley. Parnassus on Wheels.

191. Willa Cather. Death Comes for the Archbishop.
192. Frederick Baron Corvo. A History of the Borgias.
193. Balzac. Droll Stories.
194. Corneille and Racine. Six Plays by Corneille and Racine: The Cid and Cinna by Corneille, and Phedre, Andromaque, Britannicus, and Athalie by Racine.
195. William McFee. Casuals of the Sea.
196. The Travels of Marco Polo.
197. H. G. Wells. Tono Bungay.
198. The Sex Problem in Modern Society.
199. Dostoyevsky. Crime and Punishment.
200. Thomas Mann. The Magic Mountain.

Gift Sets Boxed
1a. Three Great Renaissance Romances. The Romance of Leonardo da Vinci, Autobiography of Benevenuto Cellini, The Life of Michelangelo.
2a. Three Great French Romances. Nana, Mademoiselle de Maupin, Madame Bovary.
3a. Three Great Modern Novels. The Brothers Karamazov, The Way of all Flesh, The Return of the Native.

Modern Library Giants
G1. Leo Tolstoy. War and Peace.
G2. James Boswell. The Life of Samuel Johnson.
G3. Victor Hugo. Les Miserables.

Further Reading
Modern Library Collecting

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