A Half-Century of Greatness: The Creative Imagination of Europe, 1848-1884

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Editor's Note

The following bibliography of works cited in the text was reconstructed from Ewen's reference notes. The notes appear in this volume as he left them, except for the correction of obvious errors. All works cited by Ewen are in the bibliographies, but the notes often fail to specify the edition used. For the most part, it has been possible to determine the edition (or a close equivalent), but in some cases more accessible reprints have been listed, or (in the case of some classics), recent critical editions.

Several works cited by Ewen exist in so many editions, both old and new, that only the title is given in the bibliography, without any particular edition being cited. This applies to the novels of Dickens—Oliver Twist, Nicholas Nickleby, Dombey and Son, The Old Curiosity Shop, Barnaby Rudge, David Copperfield, Little Dorrit, and Martin Chuzzlewit. (Only the last has been listed in a particular edition, that is, the one found in Ewen's personal library.) It also applies to Goethe's Wilhelm Meisters Lehrjahre and Wilhelm Meisters Wanderjahre, as well as to Marx and Engels' Communist Manifesto, John Milton's Paradise Lost, and Walt Whitman's Leaves of Grass.

Entries preceded by an asterisk (*) are editions known to have been in the author's library.


Primary Sources

Arban. See Dostoevsky, Correspondance.

Arnold, Matthew. Letters of Matthew Arnold 1848–1888. Ed. by George William Erskine Russell. New York and London, Macmillan and Co., 1900.

Bakunin, Mikhail Aleksandrovich, Michael Bakunins Beichte aus der Peter-Pauls-Festung an Zar Nikolaus I; gefunden im Geheimschrank des Chefs der III. Abteilung der Kanzlei der früheren Zaren zu Leningrad. Ed. by Viachislav Polonskii, Kurt Kersten, and others. Berlin, Deutsche Verlagsgesellschaft für Politik und Geschichte, 1926.

Belinsky, Vissarion Grigorievich. Selected Philosophical Works. Moscow, Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1956.

Bottomore, T.B. See Marx, Karl. Early Writings.

Brontë, Charlotte [under pseudonym Currer Bell]. “Biographical Notice of Ellis and Acton Bell.” Preface to the 2nd ed. of Emily Brontë's Wuthering Heights, 1850. Reprinted in E. Brontë (1998), 319–323.

——. Charlotte Brontë's Letters to M. Heger. Transactions of the Brontë Society V, 28, part 24 (1924), pp. 56–75. = The Letters of Charlotte Brontë: With a Selection of Letters by Family and Friends: 1829–47. Ed. by Margaret Smith. Vol. 1. Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1995.

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