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English quotation templates (N–R)
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This is a list of available English quotation templates ordered alphabetically by the author's surname (or title, if there is no author) and then by the template name. You can find an automatic list at [1].

Nashe, Thomas edit

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1594, Christopher Marlowe, Thomas Nash[e], The Tragedie of Dido Queene of Carthage: [], London: [] Widdowe Orwin, for Thomas Woodcocke, [], →OCLC; reprinted as Dido, Queen of Carthage (Tudor Facsimile Texts; 72), Old English Drama Students’ Facsimile edition, [Amersham, Buckinghamshire: [] [E]ditor of the Tudor Facsimile Texts (i.e., John S. Farmer)], 1914, →OCLC, (please specify the Google Books page):
{{RQ:Marlowe Nashe Dido}}
1589?, Cutbert Curry-knave [pseudonym; Thomas Nashe], An Almond for a Parrat, or Cutbert Curry-knaues Almes. [], [London: [] Eliot’s Court Press], →OCLC; republished as An Almond for a Parrot; being a Reply to Martin Mar-prelate. [] (Puritan Discipline Tracts), London: John Petheram, [], 1846, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Nashe Almond}}
1589, T[homas] Nashe, The Anatomie of Absurditie: [], London: [] I[ohn] Charlewood for Thomas Hacket, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Nashe Anatomie of Absurditie}}
1593, Tho[mas] Nashe, Christs Teares Over Ierusalem. [], London: [] Iames Roberts, and are to be solde by Andrewe Wise, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Nashe Christs Teares}}
1599, [Thomas] Nashe, Nashes Lenten Stuffe, [], London: [] [Thomas Judson and Valentine Simmes] for N[icholas] L[ing] and C[uthbert] B[urby] [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Nashe Lenten Stuffe}}
1592, Thomas Nash[e], Pierce Penilesse His Supplication to the Deuill. [], London: [] [John Charlewood for] Richard Ihones, [], →OCLC; republished as J[ohn] Payne Collier, editor, Pierce Penniless’s Supplication to the Devil. [], London: [] [Frederic Shoberl, Jun.] for the Shakespeare Society, 1842, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Nashe Pierce Penilesse}}
1596, Tho[mas] Nashe, “To the Most Orthodoxall and Reverent Corrector of Staring Haires, [], Don Richardo Barbarossa de Cæsario, []”, in Haue with You to Saffron-Walden. Or, Gabriell Harveys Hunt is Up. [], London: [] John Danter, →OCLC; republished as J[ohn] P[ayne] C[ollier], editor, Have with You to Saffron-Walden (Miscellaneous Tracts; Temp. Eliz. and Jac. I), [London: s.n., 1870], →OCLC, page 3:
{{RQ:Nashe Saffron-Walden}}
1592, Tho[mas] Nashe, Strange Newes, of the Intercepting Certaine Letters and a Convoy of Verses, [], London: [] Iohn Danter, [], →OCLC; republished in J[ohn] Payne Collier, editor, Illustrations of Early English Literature (Miscellaneous Tracts; Temp. Eliz. and Jac. I), volume II, London: Privately printed, [1867], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Nashe Strange Newes}}
1594, Tho[mas] Nashe, “The Vnfortunate Traueller”, in The Vnfortvnate Traveller. Or, The Life of Iacke Wilton, London: [] T. Scarlet for C[uthbert] Burby, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Nashe Unfortunate Traveller}}
1592 (first performance), Thomas Nash[e], A Pleasant Comedie, Called Summers Last Will and Testament, imprinted at London: By Simon Stafford, for Walter Burre, published 1600, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Nashe Will and Testament}}

Nabokov, Vladimir edit

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1969, Vladimir Nabokov, chapter 1, in Ada, or, Ardor: A Family Chronicle, Harmondsworth, London: Penguin Books, published 1970, →ISBN, part 1, page 9:
{{RQ:Nabokov Ada}}
1955, Vladimir Nabokov, Lolita, 1st American edition, New York, N.Y.: G[eorge] P[almer] Putnam’s Sons, published August 1958, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Nabokov Lolita}}
1962, Charles Kinbote [pseudonym; Vladimir Nabokov], Pale Fire, New York, N.Y.: Berkley Books, published November 1985, →ISBN:
{{RQ:Nabokov Pale Fire}}
1963, Vladimir Nabokov, chapter 1, in Michael Scammell, Vladimir Nabokov, transl., The Gift, London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson [], →OCLC, page 11:
{{RQ:Nabokov Scammell Gift}}

Nesbit, Edith edit

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1901, E[dith] Nesbit, The Wouldbegoods [], London: T[homas] Fisher Unwin, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Nesbit Wouldbegoods}}

Newberry, Fannie Ellsworth edit

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1893, Fannie E[llsworth] Newberry, The Odd One, Boston, Mass.: A. I. Bradley & Company, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Newberry Odd One}}

New International Version (NIV) of the Bible edit

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{{RQ:New International Version}}

Newton, Isaac edit

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a. 1728, Isaac Newton, “A Short Chronicle from the First Memory of Things in Europe, to the Conquest of Persia by Alexander the Great”, in The Chronology of Ancient Kingdoms Amended. [], London: [] J[acob] Tonson [], and J[ohn] Osborn and T[homas] Longman [], published 1728, →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Newton Chronology}}
1729, Isaac Newton, translated by Andrew Motte, The Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy. [] , volume I, London: [] Benjamin Motte, [], →OCLC, definitions, page 1:
{{RQ:Newton Mathematical Principles}}
1704, I[saac] N[ewton], “[The First Book of Opticks. Part I.] Definitions. Defin[ition] I.”, in Opticks: Or, A Treatise of the Reflexions, Refractions, Inflexions and Colours of Light. [], London: [] Sam[uel] Smith, and Benj[amin] Walford, printers to the Royal Society, [], →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Newton Opticks}}
a. 1728 (date written), Isaac Newton, Observations upon the Prophecies of Daniel, and the Apocalypse of St. John. [], London: [] J. Darby and T. Browne []; and sold by J. Roberts [], published 1733, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Newton Prophecies}}

New York edit

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2010 January 1, “New York”, in New York, New York, N.Y.: New York Media, →ISSN, →OCLC:
{{RQ:NYPost}}

New York Post edit

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2010 January 1, “New York Post”, in New York Post, New York, N.Y.: News Corp, →ISSN, →OCLC:
{{RQ:NYPost}}

New York Times, The edit

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2010 January 1, “All the news that’s fit to print”, in The New York Times, New York, N.Y.: The New York Times Company, →ISSN, →OCLC:
{{RQ:NYT}}

Nietzsche, Friedrich edit

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1896, Friedrich Nietzsche, translated by Alexander Tille, Thus Spake Zarathustra [] (The Works of Friedrich Nietzsche; VIII), New York, N.Y.: The Macmillan Company; London: Macmillan & Co., Ltd., →OCLC:
{{RQ:Nietzsche Tille Zarathustra}}

Noire [pseudonym] edit

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2006, Noire [pseudonym], Thug-A-Licious: An Urban Erotic Tale, New York, N.Y.: One World, Ballantine Books, →ISBN:
{{RQ:Noire Thug-A-Licious}}

Norris, Kathleen edit

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1915, Kathleen Norris, The Story of Julia Page, Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, Page & Company, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Kathleen Norris Julia Page}}

North, Thomas edit

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1579, Plutarke of Chæronea [i.e., Plutarch], translated by Thomas North, The Lives of the Noble Grecians and Romaines, [], London: [] Richard Field, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Plutarch North Lives}}

Northup, Solomon edit

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{{RQ:Northup Twelve Years}}

Noyes, Alfred edit

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1906, Alfred Noyes, “The Passing of Summer (an Ode)”, in Poems, New York, N.Y.: The Macmillan Company; London: Macmillan & Co., published October 1906, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Noyes Poems}}

O'Meara, Kathleen (Grace Ramsay) edit

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1867, Grace Ramsay [pseudonym; Kathleen O’Meara], A Woman’s Trials. [], volume I, London: Hurst and Blackett, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:O'Meara Woman's Trials}}

Orczy, Baroness edit

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1921, Baroness Orczy [i.e., Emma Orczy], “A Roland for His Oliver”, in Castles in the Air: Being the Adventures of M. Hector Ratichon, New York, N.Y.: George H[enry] Doran Company, published 1922, →OCLC, page 13:
{{RQ:Orczy Castles in the Air}}
{{RQ:Orczy Eldorado}}
1908, Baroness Orczy [i.e., Emma Orczy], The Elusive Pimpernel, London: Hutchinson & Co. [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Orczy Elusive Pimpernel}}
1904–1905, Baroness Orczy [i.e., Emma Orczy], “The Case of Miss Elliott”, in The Case of Miss Elliott, London: T[homas] Fisher Unwin, published 1905, →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Orczy Miss Elliott}}
1905 January 12, Baroness Orczy [i.e., Emma Orczy], The Scarlet Pimpernel, popular edition, London: Greening & Co., published 20 March 1912, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Orczy Scarlet Pimpernel}}
1906 January, Baroness Orczy [i.e., Emma Orczy], A Son of the People: A Romance of the Hungarian Plains, London: Greening & Co., →OCLC:
{{RQ:Orczy Son of the People}}
1901, Baroness Orczy [i.e., Emma Orczy], The Tangled Skein, London: Greening & Co., published 1907, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Orczy Tangled Skein}}
1922 August, Baroness Orczy [i.e., Emma Orczy], The Triumph of the Scarlet Pimpernel, 1st American edition, New York, N.Y.: George H[enry] Doran Company, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Orczy Triumph of the Scarlet Pimpernel}}
1933, Baroness Orczy [i.e., Emma Orczy], The Way of the Scarlet Pimpernel, New York, N.Y.: G[eorge] P[almer] Putnam’s Sons, published 1934, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Orczy Way of the Scarlet Pimpernel}}

Orwell, George edit

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1945 August 17, George Orwell [pseudonym; Eric Arthur Blair], Animal Farm [], London: Secker & Warburg, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Orwell Animal Farm}}
1934 October, George Orwell [pseudonym; Eric Arthur Blair], Burmese Days, New York, N.Y.: Harper & Brothers, Publishers, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Orwell Burmese Days}}
1933 January 9, George Orwell [pseudonym; Eric Arthur Blair], Down and Out in Paris and London, London: Victor Gollancz [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Orwell Down and Out}}
1938 April, George Orwell [pseudonym; Eric Arthur Blair], Homage to Catalonia, London: Secker & Warburg, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Orwell Homage}}
1939 June, George Orwell [pseudonym; Eric Arthur Blair], Coming Up for Air, London: Martin Secker & Warburg, published 1948 (April 1959 printing), →OCLC, part I, page 7:
{{RQ:Orwell Coming Up for Air}}
1949 June 8, George Orwell [pseudonym; Eric Arthur Blair], Nineteen Eighty-Four: A Novel, London: Secker & Warburg, →OCLC; republished [Australia]: Project Gutenberg of Australia, August 2001, part 1, page 5:
{{RQ:Orwell Nineteen Eighty-Four}}

Otway, Thomas edit

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1679 (first performance), Thomas Otway, The History and Fall of Caius Marius. A Tragedy. [], London: [] R. Bentley [], published 1696, →OCLC, Act I, scene [i], page 1:
{{RQ:Otway Caius Marius}}
1682, Thomas Otway, Venice Preserv’d, or, A Plot Discover’d. A Tragedy. [], London: [] Jos[eph] Hindmarsh [], →OCLC, Act I, scene i, page 1:
{{RQ:Otway Venice Preserv'd}}

Ouida edit

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1878, Ouida [pseudonym; Maria Louise Ramé], Friendship [], volume I, London: Chatto & Windus, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Ouida Friendship}}
1882, Ouida [pseudonym; Maria Louise Ramé], In Maremma [], volume I, London: Chatto & Windus, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Ouida In Maremma}}
1897, Ouida [pseudonym; Maria Louise Ramé], The Massarenes, New York, N.Y.: R. F. Fenno & Company []; London: Sampson Low, Marston & Co., →OCLC:
{{RQ:Ouida Massarenes}}
1880, Ouida [pseudonym; Maria Louise Ramé], Moths [], volume I, London: Chatto & Windus, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Ouida Moths}}
1865, Ouida [pseudonym; Maria Louise Ramé], Strathmore: A Romance [], volume I, London: Chapman and Hall, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Ouida Strathmore4}}
1867, Ouida [pseudonym; Maria Louise Ramé], Under Two Flags: A Story of the Household and the Desert. [], volume I, London: Chapman and Hall, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Ouida Under Two Flags}}

Overbury, Thomas edit

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1612 (date written), Tho: Overburye [i.e. Thomas Overbury], “A Wife”, in A Wife. Now the Widdow of Sir Tho: Overburye. Being a Most Exquisite and Singular Poem of the Choise of a Wife. [], 4th edition, London: [] G[eorge] Eld, for Lawrence Lisle, [], published 1614, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Overbury Wife}}

Ovid edit

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1717, John Dryden, “Book I”, in Ovid’s Metamorphoses in Fifteen Books. [], London: [] Jacob Tonson, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Dryden Metamorphoses}}
a. 1701, [John] Dryden, “Book I”, in Ovid, Ovid’s Art of Love. [], London: [] Jacob Tonson [], published 1709, →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Ovid Art of Love}}
1681, Carr Scrope, “Sapho to Phaon”, in Ovid, Ovid’s Epistles, [], 2nd edition, London: [] Jacob Tonson [], →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Ovid Epistles}}
1567, Ovid, “The First Booke”, in Arthur Golding, transl., The XV. Bookes of P. Ouidius Naso, Entytuled Metamorphosis, [], London: [] Willyam Seres [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Ovid Golding Metamorphosis}}
1626, Ovid, “The First Booke”, in George Sandys, transl., Ovid’s Metamorphosis Englished [], London: [] William Stansby, →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Ovid Sandys Metamorphosis}}

Paine, Thomas edit

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{{RQ:Paine Age of Reason}}
1775–1776 (date written), [Thomas Paine], “Of the Origin and Design of Government in General, with Concise Remarks on the English Constitution”, in Common Sense; [], Philadelphia, Pa.: [] R[obert] Bell, [], published 10 January 1776, →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Paine Common Sense}}
{{RQ:Paine Rights of Man}}

Paley, William edit

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1790, William Paley, “Exposition of the Argument”, in Horæ Paulinæ, or The Truth of the Scripture History of St. Paul Evinced, [], London: [] J. Davis, for R. Faulder, [], →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Paley Horae Paulinae}}

Palfrey, John Gorham edit

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1858, John Gorham Palfrey, History of New England during the Stuart Dynasty. [], volume I, Boston, Mass.: Little, Brown, and Company, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Palfrey New England}}

Pantologia edit

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1813, “A”, in John Mason Good, Olinthus Gregory, Newton Bosworth [et al.], editors, Pantologia. A New Cyclopædia, [], volumes I (A–Bar), London: [] G. Kearsley;  [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Pantologia}}

Parker, Gilbert edit

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1913, Gilbert Parker, The Judgment House [], uniform edition, Toronto, Ont.: The Copp, Clark Co., →OCLC:
{{RQ:Parker Judgment House}}
1895, Gilbert Parker, The Seats of the Mighty [], Toronto, Ont.: The Copp, Clark Company, published 1896, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Parker Seats of the Mighty}}
1907 September, Gilbert Parker, The Weavers: A Tale of England and Egypt of Fifty Years Ago, Toronto, Ont.: The Copp, Clark Company, published October 1907, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Parker Weavers}}

Parkinson, John edit

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1629, John Parkinson, Paradisi in Sole Paradisus Terrestris. [], London: [] Hvmfrey Lownes and Robert Yovng [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Parkinson Paradisi}}
1640, John Parkinson, Theatrum Botanicum: The Theater of Plants. Or, An Herball of a Large Extent: [], London: [] Tho[mas] Cotes, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Parkinson Theatrum Botanicum}}

Peacock, Thomas Love edit

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{{RQ:Peacock Crotchet Castle}}
1815 (date written), [Thomas Love Peacock], Headlong Hall, London: [] [S. Gosnell] for T[homas] Hookham, Jun. and Co. [], published 1816, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Peacock Headlong Hall}}

Peake, Mervyn edit

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{{RQ:Peake Gormenghast}}
{{RQ:Peake Titus Groan}}

Peele, George edit

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1593, [George Peele], The Famous Chronicle of King Edward the First, [], London: [] Abell Ieffes, and are to be solde by William Barley, [], →OCLC; republished as W[alter] W[ilson] Greg, editor, King Edward the First, 1593, [London]: [] [F]or the Malone Society by Horace Hart [], at the Oxford University Press, 1911, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Peele Edward}}
c. 1590 (date written), G[eorge] P[eele], The Old Wiues Tale. [], London: [] Iohn Danter, for Raph Hancocke, and Iohn Hardie, [], published 1595, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Peele Old Wives Tale}}

Pepys, Samuel edit

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1660 January 11 (date written; Gregorian calendar), Samuel Pepys, Mynors Bright, transcriber, “January 1st, 1659–1660 (Lord’s Day)”, in Henry B[enjamin] Wheatley, editor, The Diary of Samuel Pepys [], volume I, London: George Bell & Sons []; Cambridge: Deighton Bell & Co., published 1893, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Pepys Diary}}

Percy, Thomas edit

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1765, Thomas Percy, compiler, Reliques of Ancient English Poetry: [], volume I, London: [] J[ames] Dodsley [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Percy Reliques}}

Philips, John edit

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1708, [John Philips], “Book I”, in Cyder. [], London: [] J[acob] Tonson, [], →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Philips Cyder}}

Phillips, Edward edit

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1658, Edward Phillips, compiler, “Aaron”, in The New World of English Words: Or, A General Dictionary: [], London: [] E. Tyler, for Nath[aniel] Brook [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:New World of English Words}}

Pindar, Peter edit

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1785, Peter Pindar [pseudonym; John Wolcot], “Canto I”, in The Lousiad: An Heroi-comic Poem, London: [] J. Jarvis, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Pindar Lousiad}}

Pirsig, Robert Maynard edit

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{{RQ:Pirsig Zen}}

Planché, James Robinson edit

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1852, J[ames] R[obinson] Planché, The Pursuivant of Arms, or Heraldry Founded upon Facts, London: W. N. Wright, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Planche Pursuivant of Arms}}

Plutarch edit

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1603, Plutarch, translated by Philemon Holland, The Philosophie, Commonlie Called, The Morals [], London: [] Arnold Hatfield, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Plutarch Holland Morals}}
1579, Plutarke of Chæronea [i.e., Plutarch], translated by Thomas North, The Lives of the Noble Grecians and Romaines, [], London: [] Richard Field, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Plutarch North Lives}}

Poe, Edgar Allan edit

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1848 March, Edgar A[llan] Poe, Eureka: A Prose Poem, New York, N.Y.: Geo[rge] P[almer] Putnam, of late firm of “Wiley & Putnam,” [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Poe Eureka}}
1839 November, Edgar A[llan] Poe, “Morella”, in Tales of the Grotesque and Arabesque, volume I, Philadelphia, Pa.: Lea and Blanchard, published 1840, →OCLC, page 9:
{{RQ:Poe Grotesque}}
{{RQ:Poe Pym}}
1845 February, — Quarles [pseudonym; Edgar Allan Poe], “The Raven”, in The American Review[2], volume I, number II, New York, N.Y., London: Wiley & Putnam, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Poe Raven}}
1839 September, Edgar A[llan] Poe, “The Fall of the House of Usher”, in William E[vans] Burton and Edgar A. Poe, editors, Burton’s Gentleman’s Magazine, and American Monthly Review, volume V, number III, Philadelphia, Pa.: William E. Burton, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Poe Usher}}
1845 February, James Russell Lowell, “Edgar A. Poe”, in Edgar Allan Poe, The Works of the Late Edgar Allan Poe: [], volume I (Tales), New York, N.Y.: J. S. Redfield, [], published 1850, →OCLC, page vii:
{{RQ:Poe Works}}

Pope, Alexander edit

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1725, Homer, “Book III”, in [Alexander Pope], transl., The Odyssey of Homer. [], volume I, London: [] Bernard Lintot, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Homer Pope et al Odyssey}}
1738, [Alexander] Pope, One Thousand Seven Hundred and Thirty Eight. A Dialogue Something Like Horace, London: [] T. Cooper [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Pope 1738}}
1735 January 13 (Gregorian calendar; indicated as 1734), [Alexander] Pope, An Epistle from Mr. Pope, to Dr. Arbuthnot, London: [] J[ohn] Wright for Lawton Gilliver [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Pope Arbuthnot}}
1728, [Alexander Pope], “Book the First”, in The Dunciad. An Heroic Poem. [], Dublin, London: [] A. Dodd, →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Pope Dunciad}}
1709, [Alexander Pope], An Essay on Criticism, London: [] W. Lewis [], published 1711, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Pope Essay on Criticism}}
1733, [Alexander Pope], An Essay on Man. [], epistle I, London: Printed for J[ohn] Wilford, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Pope Essay on Man}}
1733, Alexander Pope, The First Satire of the Second Book of Horace, [], London; Dublin: [] George Faulkner, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Pope Horace}}
1715, Homer, [Alexander] Pope, transl., “Book I”, in The Iliad of Homer, volume I, London: [] W[illiam] Bowyer, for Bernard Lintott [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Pope Iliad}}
1733, “an Eminent Hand” [pseudonym; Alexander Pope], The Impertinent, or A Visit to the Court. A Satyr. [], London: [] John Wil[f]ord, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Pope Impertinent}}
1731, [Alexander] Pope, An Epistle to the Right Honourable Richard Earl of Burlington. [], London: [] L[awton] Gilliver [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Pope Moral Essays}}
1709 May, Alexander Pope, “Pastorals. Spring. The First Pastoral, or Damon. []”, in Poetical Miscellanies: The Sixth Part. [], London: [] Jacob Tonson, [], →OCLC, page 723:
{{RQ:Pope Pastorals}}
1712 May, [Alexander Pope], “The Rape of the Locke. An Heroi-comical Poem.”, in Miscellaneous Poems and Translations. [], London: [] Bernard Lintott [], →OCLC, canto I, page 355:
{{RQ:Pope Rape of the Lock}}
1715, [Alexander] Pope, The Temple of Fame: A Vision, London: [] Bernard Lintott [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Pope Temple of Fame}}
1717, Alexander Pope, The Works of Mr. Alexander Pope, volume I, London: [] W[illiam] Bowyer, for Bernard Lintot, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Pope Works}}
a. 1745 (date written), Alexander Pope, The Works of Alexander Pope Esq. [], volume I, London: [] J[ohn] and P[aul] Knapton, H. Lintot, J[acob] and R[ichard] Tonson, and S. Draper, published 1751, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Pope Works 1751}}
1738, [Alexander Pope], The Universal Prayer. [], London [actually Edinburgh]: [] [Thomas Ruddiman] for R[obert] Dodsley, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Pope Universal Prayer}}

Porny, Mark Anthony (Pyron du Martre, Anton) edit

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1765, Mark Anthony Porny [pseudonym; Antoine Pyron du Martre], “Of the Definition, Origin, and Antiquity of Heraldry and Arms”, in The Elements of Heraldry, [], London: [] J[ohn] Newbery, [], →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Porny Heraldry}}

Porter, Eleanor Emily Hodgman edit

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1913, Eleanor H. Porter, Pollyanna[3], L.C. Page, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Porter Pollyanna}}
1915, Eleanor H. Porter, Pollyanna Grows Up[4], The Page Company:
{{RQ:Porter Pollyanna Grows Up}}

Potter, Beatrix edit

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{{RQ:Potter Timmy Tiptoes}}

Powell, John Wesley edit

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1895, J[ohn] W[esley] Powell, Canyons of the Colorado, Meadville, PA: Flood & Vincent; republished as The Exploration of the Colorado River and Its Canyons, New York: Dover, 1961, →ISBN, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Powell Colorado}}

Powers, Richard edit

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1995, Richard Powers, Galatea 2.2, New York: Farrar, Straus, Giroux, →ISBN:
{{RQ:Powers Galatea}}

Prescott, William H. edit

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1838, William H[ickling] Prescott, History of the Reign of Ferdinand and Isabella, the Catholic. [], volume I, Boston, Mass.: American Stationers’ Company; John B. Russell, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Prescott Ferdinand and Isabella}}
1843, William H[ickling] Prescott, History of the Conquest of Mexico, [], volume I, New York, N.Y.: Harper and Brothers, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Prescott Mexico}}
1855, William H[ickling] Prescott, History of the Reign of Philip the Second, King of Spain, volume I, Boston, Mass.: Phillips, Sampson, and Company, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Prescott Philip 2}}

Prior, Matthew edit

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1688, Mat[thew] Prior, “On Exodus 3. 14. I Am that I Am. An Ode. []”, in Poems on Several Occasions, 2nd edition, London: [] Jacob Tonson [], published 1709, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Prior Poems}}
a. 1722, Matthew Prior, “On Exod[us] III, 14.—I Am that I Am. An Ode. []”, in The Poetical Works of Matthew Prior [], volume I, London: [] W[illiam] Strahan, [], published 1779, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Prior Poetical Works}}
a. 1722, Matthew Prior, edited by H. Bunker Wright, Monroe K. Spears, The Literary Works of Matthew Prior, Second edition, volume I, Oxford: Clarendon Press, published 1971:
{{RQ:Prior:1971}}

Prynne, William edit

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1632 (indicated as 1633), William Prynne, Histrio-mastix. The Players Scourge, or, Actors Tragædie, [], London: [] E[lizabeth] A[llde,] [Thomas Cotes, Augustine Matthews] and W[illiam] I[ones] for Michael Sparke, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Prynne Histrio-mastix}}
1643, William Prynne, “The Soveraigne Power of Parliaments & Kingdomes. []”, in The Soveraigne Power of Parliaments and Kingdomes: [], London: [] Michael Sparke Senior, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Prynne Soveraigne Power}}

Purchas, Samuel edit

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1657, Samuel Purchas, A Theatre of Politicall Flying-Insects. [], London: [] R. I. for Thomas Parkhurst, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Purchas Flying-Insects}}
1619, Samuel Purchas, Purchas His Pilgrim. Microcosmus, or The Historie of Man. [], 2nd edition, London: [] [William Stansby, Bernard Alsop, and Thomas Fawcet] for Tho[mas] Alchorn, [], published 1627, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Purchas Microcosmus}}
1613, Samuel Purchas, Purchas His Pilgrimage. Or Relations of the World and the Religions Observed in All Ages and Places Discouered, from the Creation vnto this Present. [], 2nd edition, London: [] William Stansby for Henrie Fetherstone, [], published 1614, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Purchas Pilgrimage}}
1625, [Samuel] Purchas, Purchas His Pilgrimes. [], 1st part, London: [] William Stansby for Henrie Fetherstone, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Purchas Pilgrimes}}

Pyle, Howard edit

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{{RQ:Pyle Robin Hood}}
1905, Howard Pyle, The Story of the Champions of the Round Table[5], New York: Charles Scribner's Sons:
{{RQ:Pyle Round Table}}

Pynchon, Thomas edit

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2006, Thomas Pynchon, “The Light over the Ranges”, in Against the Day, New York, N.Y.: Penguin Press, →ISBN, page 3:
{{RQ:Pynchon Against the Day}}
1966, Thomas Pynchon, The Crying of Lot 49, New York: Bantam Books, published 1976, →ISBN:
{{RQ:Pynchon Crying Lot}}
1973, Thomas Pynchon, Gravity's Rainbow, 1st US edition, New York: Viking Press, →ISBN:
{{RQ:Pynchon Gravity's Rainbow}}
1997, Thomas Pynchon, Mason & Dixon, 1st US edition, New York: Henry Holt and Company, →ISBN:
{{RQ:Pynchon Mason & Dixon}}

Quarles, Francis edit

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a. 1645 (date written), Fr[ancis] Quarles, Judgement and Mercie for Afflicted Souls: Or Meditations, Soliloquies, and Prayers, London: [] R. Daniel for V[rsula] Q[uarles], published 1646, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Quarles Afflicted Souls}}
1632, Fra[ncis] Quarles, Divine Fancies: Digested into Epigrammes, Meditations, and Observations, London: [] Iohn Marriot, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Quarles Divine Fancies}}
1620, Fra[ncis] Quarles, “A Feast for Wormes”, in Divine Poems: [], revised edition, London: [] M[iles] F[lesher] for I[ohn] Marriot, [], published 1634, →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Quarles Divine Poems}}
1635, Fra[ncis] Quarles, “Canto I. Iam[es] I. XIV.”, in Emblemes, London: [] G[eorge] M[iller] and sold at at Iohn Marriots shope [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Quarles Emblemes}}
1640, Fra[ncis] Quarles, “[The First Century.] Chapter I.”, in Enchiridion: Containing Institutions, Divine, Contemplative, Practical. Moral, Ethical, Oeconomicall, Politicall, London: [] R. F., published 1644, →OCLC, 1st book:
{{RQ:Quarles Enchiridion}}
1620, Fra[ncis] Quarles, “Sect[ion] 1”, in A Feast for Wormes. Set Forth in a Poeme of the History of Ionah, London: [] Felix Kyngston, for Richard Moore, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Quarles Feast for Wormes}}
1631, Fra[ncis] Quarles, The Historie of Samson, London: [] M[iles] F[lesher] for Iohn Marriott, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Quarles Samson}}
a. 1645 (date written), Fra[ncis] Quarles, “Eglogue I”, in The Shepheards Oracles: Delivered in Certain Eglogues, London: [] M. F. for John Marriot and Richard Marriot, [], published 1645 (indicated as 1646), →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Quarles Shepheards Oracles}}

Rabelais, François edit

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1653, François Rabelais, Thomas Urquhart and Peter Anthony Motteux, transl., The Works of Francis Rabelais, Doctor in Physick: Containing Five Books of the Lives, Heroick Deeds, and Sayings of Gargantua, and His Sonne Pantagruel. [], London: [] [Thomas Ratcliffe and Edward Mottershead] for Richard Baddeley, [], →OCLC; republished in volume I, London: [] Navarre Society [], [1948], →OCLC, book the first:
{{RQ:Rabelais Gargantua}}

Radcliffe, Ann Ward edit

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{{RQ:Radcliffe Castles}}
1791, Ann Radcliffe, The Romance of the Forest: [], 2nd edition, volume I, London: [] T[homas] Hookham and J. Carpenter, [], published 1792, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Radcliffe Forest}}
{{RQ:Radcliffe Italian}}
1790, [Ann Radcliffe], A Sicilian Romance. [], volume I, London: [] T[homas] Hookham, [], →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Radcliffe Sicilian Romance}}
1794 May 8, Ann Radcliffe, The Mysteries of Udolpho, a Romance; [], volume I, Dublin: [] Hillary and Barlow, for Messrs. P. Wogan, W. Jones, and H. Colbert, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Radcliffe Udolpho}}

Raine, William MacLeod edit

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1914, William MacLeod Raine, A Daughter of the Dons: A Story of New Mexico To-day, New York, N.Y.: G. W. Dillingham Company, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Raine Daughter of the Dons}}

Raleigh, Walter edit

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1614, Walter Ralegh [i.e., Walter Raleigh], The Historie of the World [], London: [] William Stansby for Walter Burre, [], →OCLC, 1st book:
{{RQ:Raleigh Historie of the World}}

Ray, John edit

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1670, J[ohn] R[ay], “Sentences and Phrases Found in the Former Collections of Proverbs, the Most of Them Not Now in Common Use for Such, so far as I Know, but Borrowed of Other Languages”, in A Collection of English Proverbs [], Cambridge, Cambridgeshire: [] John Hayes, printer to the University, for W. Morden, →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Ray Proverbs}}
1691, John Ray, The Wisdom of God Manifested in the Works of the Creation. [], London: [] Samuel Smith, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Ray Wisdom}}
1692, John Ray, Miscellaneous Discourses Concerning the Dissolution and Changes of the World. [], London: [] Samuel Smith, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Ray World}}

Reade, Charles edit

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1873, Charles Reade, A Simpleton: A Story of the Day [], volume I, London: Chapman and Hall, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Reade Simpleton}}
1877, Charles Reade, A Woman-Hater[6]:
{{RQ:Reade Woman-Hater}}
1866, Charles Reade, Griffith Gaunt, or Jealousy, Boston: Ticknor and Fields:
{{RQ:Reade Griffith}}
1861, Charles Reade, The Cloister and the Hearth; or, Maid, Wife, and Widow. A Matter-of-Fact Romance., New York, N.Y.: Rudd & Carleton; London: Trübner & Co.:
{{RQ:Reade Cloister and the Hearth}}

Reeve, Arthur B. edit

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1914, Arthur B[enjamin] Reeve, “The Dream Doctor”, in The Dream Doctor (The Craig Kennedy Series), New York, N.Y., London: Harper & Brothers, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Reeve Dream Doctor}}

Reynolds, Frederick edit

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1791 (first performance), [Frederic] Reynolds, Notoriety: A Comedy, Dublin: [] P. Byrne, [], published 1792, →OCLC, Act I, page 1:
{{RQ:F. Reynolds Notoriety}}

Rice, James edit

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1881, Walter Besant, James Rice, The Chaplain of the Fleet [], volume I, London: Chatto and Windus, [], →OCLC, part I (Within the Rules):
{{RQ:Besant Rice Chaplain}}
1875, [Walter Besant, James Rice], With Harp and Crown. [], volume I, London: Tinsley Brothers, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Besant Rice Harp and Crown}}

Richardson, Samuel edit

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1748, [Samuel Richardson], Clarissa. Or, The History of a Young Lady: [], volume I, London: [] S[amuel] Richardson;  [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Richardson Clarissa}}
1753 (indicated as 1754), [Samuel Richardson], The History of Sir Charles Grandison. [], 2nd edition, volume I, London: [] S[amuel] Richardson; [a]nd sold by C. Hitch and L. Hawes, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Richardson Grandison}}
1741, [Samuel Richardson], Pamela: Or, Virtue Rewarded. [], 3rd edition, volume I, London: [] C[harles] Rivington, []; and J. Osborn, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Richardson Pamela}}

Rihani, Ameen edit

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1910 January 12, Ameen Rihani, The Book of Khalid, New York, N.Y.: Dodd, Mead and Company, published October 1911, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Rihani Khalid}}

Rinehart, Mary Roberts edit

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{{RQ:Rinehart Hopwood Bat}}

Robertson, William edit

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1777, William Robertson, “Book I”, in The History of America, volume I, London: [] W[illiam] Strahan; T[homas] Cadell, []; Edinburgh: J. Balfour, →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Robertson America}}
1769, William Robertson, The History of the Reign of the Emperor Charles V. [], volume I, London: [] W. and W. Strahan, for W[illiam] Strahan, T[homas] Cadell, []; and J. Balfour, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Robertson Charles 5}}
1759, William Robertson, “Book I”, in The History of Scotland, during the Reigns of Queen Mary and of King James VI, till His Accession to the Crown of England. [], volume I, London: [] A[ndrew] Millar [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Robertson History of Scotland}}

Robinson, Ralph edit

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{{RQ:More Robinson Utopia}}

Roosevelt, Theodore edit

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1913, Theodore Roosevelt, An Autobiography, New York, N.Y.: The Macmillan Company, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Roosevelt Autobiography}}

Roscommon, Wentworth Dillon, 4th Earl of edit

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1680, Horace, translated by Earl of Roscommon [i.e., Wentworth Dillon, 4th Earl of Roscommon], Horace’s Art of Poetry. [], London: [] Henry Herringman [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Roscommon Art of Poetry}}

Rossetti, Christina edit

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1862, Christina Rossetti, “Goblin Market”, in Goblin Market and Other Poems, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, London: Macmillan & Co., [], →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Christina Rossetti Goblin Market}}
[1879], Christina G[eorgina] Rossetti, Seek and Find: A Double Series of Short Studies of the Benedicte. [], London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge []; New York, N.Y.: Pott, Young, & Co., →OCLC:
{{RQ:Christina Rossetti Seek and Find}}
1885, Christina G[eorgina] Rossetti, Time Flies: A Reading Diary [], London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Christina Rossetti Time Flies}}

Rossetti, Dante Gabriel edit

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c. 1844 June (date written), Gottfried August Bürger, translated by Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Lenore [], London: Ellis and Elvey, [], published 1900, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Burger Rossetti Lenore}}
1881, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, “Rose Mary”, in Ballads and Sonnets, London: Ellis and White, [], →OCLC, page 3:
{{RQ:Rossetti Ballads}}
1870, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, “[Poems.] The Blessed Damozel.”, in Poems, London: F[rederick] S[tartridge] Ellis, [], →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Rossetti Poems}}

Rowe, Nicholas edit

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1702, N[icholas] Rowe, Tamerlane. A Tragedy. [], London: [] Jacob Tonson, [], →OCLC, Act I, scene i, page 1:
{{RQ:Rowe Tamerlane}}

Rowley, William edit

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1622 (first performance), Thomas Middleton, William Rowley, The Changeling: [], London: [] [Thomas Newcombe] for Humphrey Moseley, [], published 1653, →OCLC, Act I:
{{RQ:Middleton Rowley Changeling}}

Rowling, J. K. edit

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{{RQ:Rowling Harry Potter}}

Rushdie, Salman edit

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{{RQ:Rushdie Fury}}

Ruskin, John edit

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1866, John Ruskin, “The Valley of Diamonds”, in The Ethics of the Dust: Ten Lectures to Little Housewives on the Elements of Crystallisation, London: Smith, Elder, & Co., [], →OCLC, page 3:
{{RQ:Ruskin Dust}}
{{RQ:Ruskin Fors Clavigera}}
1843, [John Ruskin], Modern Painters [], volume I, London: Smith, Elder and Co., [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Ruskin Modern Painters}}
1857, John Ruskin, “Lecture I”, in The Political Economy of Art: Being the Substance (with Additions) of Two Lectures Delivered at Manchester, July 10th and 13th, 1857, London: Smith, Elder and Co., [], →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Ruskin Political Economy of Art}}
1886, John Ruskin, Præterita. Outlines of Scenes and Thoughts Perhaps Worthy of Memory in My Past Life, volume I, Orpington, Kent: George Allen, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Ruskin Praeterita}}
1851, John Ruskin, The Stones of Venice, volume I (The Foundations), London: Smith, Elder, and Co., [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Ruskin Stones of Venice}}
1860 August–December, John Ruskin, “Essay I. The Roots of Honour.”, in “Unto This Last:” Four Essays on the First Principles of Political Economy, London: Smith, Elder and Co., [], published 1862, →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Ruskin Unto This Last}}
1873, John Ruskin, “Nicholas the Pisan”, in Val d’Arno: Ten Lectures on the Tuscan Art Directly Antecedent to the Florentine Year of Victories. [], London: George Allen, [], published 1890, →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Ruskin Val d'Arno}}

Russell, Bertrand edit

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{{RQ:Russell Western Philosophy}}

Russell, William Oldnall edit

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1819, W[illia]m Oldnall Russell, A Treatise on Crimes and Misdemeanors. [], volume I, London, Dublin: [] [J. & T. Clarke] for Joseph Butterworth and Son, []; and J. Cooke, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:W. O. Russell Crimes}}
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