Samuel Butler and The Way of All Flesh

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APPENDICES

I. SAMUEL BUTLER'S BOOKS
1863. A First Year in Canterbury Settlement.
1865.The Evidence for the Resurrection of Jesus Christ as given by
the Four Evangelists critically examined. (Pamphlet.)
1872. Erewhon, or, Over the Range.
1873. The Fair Haven.
1877. Life and Habit. (Dated 1878.)
1879. Evolution Old and New.
1880. Unconscious Memory.
1881. Alps and Sanctuaries of Piedmont and the Canton Ticino.
1884. Selections from Previous Works, with Remarks on Romanes's
"Mental Evolution in Animals," and "A Psalm of
Montreal."
1885.Gavottes, Minuets, Fugues, and Other Short Pieces for the
Piano (with H. Festing Jones).
1886. Luck or Cunning?
1888. Ex Voto. Narcissus, an Oratorio (with H. Festing Jones).
1892. The Humour of Homer. (Pamphlet.)
1893. On the Trapanese Origin of the Odyssey. (Pamphlet.)
1896. The Life and Letters of Dr. Samuel Butler.
1897. The Authoress of the Odyssey.
1898. The Iliad of Homer rendered into English Prose.
1899. Shakespeare's Sonnets Reconsidered.
1900. The Odyssey rendered into English Prose.
1901. Erewhom Revisited.
1903. The Way of All Flesh.
1904. Essays in Life, Art and Science. Ulysses, a Cantata (with
H. Festing Jones), Seven Sonnets and A Psalm of Montreal.
(Privately printed.)
1909. God the Known and God the Unknown.
1912. The Note-Books of Samuel Butler.
1913. The Humour of Homer, and Other Essays.
1932. Butleriana. ( Nonesuch Press.)
1935. Letters between Samuel Butler and Miss Savage.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 5
  • Chapter I- Who Butler Was 7
  • Chapter II- Creative Evolution 21
  • Chapter III- Parents and Children 37
  • Chapter IV- The Fair Haven 61
  • Chapter V- Erewhon 80
  • Chapter VI- Loves and Likings 93
  • Chapter VII- Le Style, C''Est L''Homme 107
  • Appendices 115
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