John Lothrop Motley: Representative Selections

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SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

I. COLLECTED WORKS
Writings ( Netherlands Edition). 17 vols. New York and London: 1900. (Vols. I-V: The Rise of the Dutch Republic; Vols. VI-XI: History of the United Netherlands; Vols. XII- XIV: The Life and Death of John of Barneveld; Vols. XV- XVII: The Correspondence of John Lothrop Motley, ed. by G. W. Curtis. This edition omits a number of titles, for which see Section II, below. Particularly important for the student are the novels, Morton's Hope and Merry-Mount; the review articles, "Goethe," "Goethe's Works," "Peter the Great," "The Novels of Balzac," and "Polity of the Puritans"; Causes of the American Civil War; Four Questions for the People, at the Presidential Election; and Historic Progress and American Democracy.)
II. SEPARATE WORKS
The Genius and Character of Goethe. An essay delivered by Motley at the Harvard Exhibition, May 3, 1831; preserved in MS at the Harvard Library. Published in Orie W. Long Literary Pioneers ( Cambridge: 1935), 200-203.
"Cupid Hath Been a God." A poem composed in 1831 (?), published for the first time in Harper's Magazine, LV, 465 ( August, 1877).
"Goethe," New York Review, III, 397-442 ( October, 1838). (Nominally a review of Goethe Aus meinem Leben, Dichtung und Wahrheit, Werke, and Memoirs, and of Sarah Austin Characteristics of Goethe. Mainly a biographic sketch of Goethe.)

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  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • Chronological Table cxxxii
  • Selected Bibliography cxxxv
  • Selections From John Lothrop Motley 1
  • Letters 3
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