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English quotation templates (T–Z)
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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].

Tagore, Rabindranath edit

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1916 October, Rabindranath Tagore, “The Hungry Stones”, in C[harles] F[reer] Andrews [et al.], transl., The Hungry Stones and Other Stories, Bolpur edition, New York, N.Y.: The Macmillan Company, →OCLC, page 3:
{{RQ:Tagore Hungry Stones}}
1913 November, Rabindranath Tagore, “The Relation of the Individual to the Universe”, in Sādhanā: The Realisation of Life, New York, N.Y.: The Macmillan Company, →OCLC, page 3:
{{RQ:Tagore Sadhana}}

Tarkington, Booth edit

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1913, Booth Tarkington, The Flirt, Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, Page & Company, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Tarkington Flirt}}
1899, Booth Tarkington, The Gentleman from Indiana, New York, N.Y.: Doubleday & McClure Co., published 1900, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Tarkington Gentleman}}
{{RQ:Tarkington Magnificent Ambersons}}
{{RQ:Tarkington Penrod}}

Tate, Nahum edit

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1691, N[ahum] Tate, A Poem, Occasioned by His Majesty’s Voyage to Holland, the Congress at the Hague, and Present Siege of Mons, London: [] Richard Baldwin, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Tate Holland}}

Tatler, The edit

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1709 April 23 (Gregorian calendar), Isaac Bickerstaff [et al., pseudonyms; Richard Steele], “Tuesday, April 12, 1709”, in The Tatler, number 1; republished in [Richard Steele], editor, The Tatler, [], London stereotype edition, volume I, London: I. Walker and Co.;  [], 1822, →OCLC:

Taylor, Bayard edit

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1866 January, Bayard Taylor, “Beauty and the Beast. A Story of Old Russia.”, in Beauty and the Beast: And Tales of Home, New York, N.Y.: G[eorge] P[almer] Putnam & Sons, [], published 1872, →OCLC, page 7:
{{RQ:Bayard Taylor Beauty}}

Taylor, Henry edit

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1827, [Henry Taylor], Isaac Comnenus. [], London: John Murray, [], →OCLC, Act I, scene i, page 5:
{{RQ:Henry Taylor Isaac Comnenus}}

Taylor, Isaac edit

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1829, [Isaac Taylor], “Section I. Enthusiasm, Secular and Religious.”, in Natural History of Enthusiasm, London: Holdsworth and Ball, →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Isaac Taylor Enthusiasm}}
1832, [Isaac Taylor], Saturday Evening. [], London: Holdsworth and Ball, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Isaac Taylor Saturday Evening}}
1860, Isaac Taylor, “Essay I. Ultimate Civilization.”, in Ultimate Civilization and Other Essays, London: Bell and Daldy [], →OCLC, part I, page 1:
{{RQ:Isaac Taylor Ultimate Civilization}}

Taylor, Jeremy edit

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1678, Antiquitates Christianæ: Or, the History of the Life and Death of the Holy Jesus: [], London: [] E. Flesher, and R. Norton, for R[ichard] Royston, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Taylor Cave Antiquitates Christianae}}
1651, Jer[emy] Taylor, “Section I”, in Clerus Domini: or, A Discourse of the Divine Institution, Necessity, Sacrednesse, and Separation of the Office Ministerial. [], London: [] R[ichard] Royston [], published 1655, →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Taylor Clerus Domini}}
1660, Jeremy Taylor, Ductor Dubitantium, or the Rule of Conscience in All Her General Measures; [], volume I, London: [] James Flesher, for Richard Royston [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Taylor Ductor Dubitantium}}
1651–1653, Jer[emy] Taylor, ΕΝΙΑΥΤΟΣ [Eniautos]. A Course of Sermons for All the Sundays of the Year. [], 2nd edition, London: [] Richard Royston [], published 1655, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Taylor Eniautos}}
1649, Jer[emy] Taylor, The Great Exemplar of Sanctity and Holy Life According to the Christian Institution. [], London: [] R. N. for Francis Ash, [], →OCLC, 1st part:
{{RQ:Taylor Great Exemplar}}
1651, Jer[emy] Taylor, The Rule and Exercises of Holy Living. [], 2nd edition, London: [] Francis Ashe [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Taylor Holy Living}}
a. 1668, Jeremy Taylor, “Christian Consolations; Taught from Five Heads in Religion: []”, in Reginald Heber, editor, The Whole Works of the Right Rev. Jeremy Taylor, D.D. [], volume I, London: Ogle, Duncan, and Co. []; and Richard Priestley, [], published 1822, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Taylor Works}}

Temple, William edit

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1695, William Temple, An Introduction to the History of England, London: [] Richard Simpson [], and Ralph Simpson [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Temple History of England}}
1671, William Temple, “A Survey of the Constitutions and Interests of the Empire, Sweden, Denmark, Spain, Holland, France, and Flanders; with Their Relation to England in the Year 1671. []”, in Miscellanea. The First Part. [...], 3rd edition, London: [] Jacob Tonson, [], and Awnsham and John Churchill, [], published 1691, →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Temple Miscellanea}}
1668, William Temple, “Observations upon the United Provinces of the Netherlands”, in The Works of Sir William Temple, [], volume I, London: [] J. Round, J[acob] Tonson, J. Clarke, B[enjamin] Motte, T. Wotton, S[amuel] Birt, and T[homas] Osborne, published 1731, →OCLC, page 7:
{{RQ:Temple Works}}

Tennyson, Alfred, Lord edit

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1880, Alfred Tennyson, “The First Quarrel”, in Ballads and Other Poems, London: C[harles] Kegan Paul & Co., [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Tennyson Ballads}}
1884, Alfred, Lord Tennyson, “Prologue”, in Becket, London: Macmillan and Co., →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Tennyson Becket}}
1851 March, Alfred Tennyson, “To the Queen”, in The Complete Poetical Works of Alfred Tennyson, Chicago, Ill.: The Dominion Company, published 1897, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Tennyson Complete Poetical Works}}
1864, Alfred Tennyson, “Enoch Arden”, in Enoch Arden, &c., London: Edward Moxon & Co., [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Tennyson Enoch Arden}}
1870, Alfred Tennyson, “The Coming of Arthur”, in The Holy Grail and Other Poems, London: Strahan and Co., [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Tennyson Holy Grail}}
1859, Alfred Tennyson, “Enid”, in Idylls of the King, London: Edward Moxon & Co., [], →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Tennyson Idylls}}
{{RQ:Tennyson Foresters}}
1877, Alfred Tennyson, Harold: A Drama, London: Henry S. King & Co., →OCLC, (please specify the page):
{{RQ:Tennyson Harold}}
1850, [Alfred, Lord Tennyson], In Memoriam, London: Edward Moxon, [], →OCLC, Canto I:
{{RQ:Tennyson In Memoriam}}
1886, Alfred, Lord Tennyson, “Locksley Hall Sixty Years After”, in Locksley Hall Sixty Years After etc., London, New York, N.Y.: Macmillan and Co., →OCLC, page 3:
{{RQ:Tennyson Locksley Hall}}
1827–1879 (date written), Alfred Tennyson, “Part I”, in The Lover’s Tale, London: C[harles] Kegan Paul & Co., [], published 1879, →OCLC, page 7:
{{RQ:Tennyson Lover's Tale}}
1855, Alfred Tennyson, “Maud”, in Maud, and Other Poems, London: Edward Moxon, [], →OCLC, part I, stanza 1, page 1:
{{RQ:Tennyson Maud}}
1832 December (indicated as 1833), Alfred Tennyson, “Sonnet”, in Poems, London: Edward Moxon, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Tennyson Poems 1833}}
1842, Alfred Tennyson, “Claribel. A Melody.”, in Poems. [], volume I, London: Edward Moxon, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Tennyson Poems 1842}}
1847, Alfred Tennyson, “Part I”, in The Princess: A Medley, London: Edward Moxon, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Tennyson Princess}}
1875, Alfred Tennyson, Queen Mary: A Drama, London: Henry S. King & Co., →OCLC, Act I, scene i, page 1:
{{RQ:Tennyson Queen Mary}}
1885, Alfred, Lord Tennyson, “To E. FitzGerald”, in Tiresias and Other Poems, London: Macmillan and Co., →OCLC:
{{RQ:Tennyson Tiresias}}
1852, Alfred Tennyson, Ode on the Death of the Duke of Wellington, London: Edward Moxon, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Tennyson Wellington}}
1867–1870 (date written), Alfred Tennyson, Arthur Sullivan, composer, “No. I. On the Hill.”, in The Window: Or, The Songs of the Wrens [], London: Strahan & Co., [], published 1871, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Tennyson Window}}
1851 March, Alfred, Lord Tennyson, “To the Queen”, in The Works of Alfred, Lord Tennyson, Poet Laureate, volume I, London: Macmillan and Co., published 1884, →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Tennyson Works}}

Thackeray, William Makepeace edit

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1839 May – 1840 February, Ikey Solomons, Jun. [pseudonym; William Makepeace Thackeray], “Catherine: A Story”, in Catherine: A Story. Little Travels. The Fitz-Boodle Papers. etc. etc. (Works of William Makepeace Thackeray in Twenty-four Volumes; 22), London: Smith, Elder and Co., [], published 1869, →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Thackeray Catherine}}
1853, W[illiam] M[akepeace] Thackeray, “Lecture the First. Swift.”, in The English Humourists of the Eighteenth Century. [], London: Smith, Elder, & Co. []; Bombay, Maharashtra: Smith, Taylor, & Co., →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Thackeray English Humourists}}
1861 November, W[illiam] M[akepeace] Thackeray, “George the First”, in The Four Georges: Sketches of Manners, Morals, Court, and Town Life, London: Smith, Elder and Co., [], →OCLC, page 3:
{{RQ:Thackeray Four Georges}}
1840 June, [William Makepeace Thackeray], An Essay on the Genius of George Cruikshank. [], [London]: Henry Hooper, [], published 1840, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Thackeray George Cruikshank}}
{{RQ:Thackeray Henry Esmond}}
1843, W[illiam] M[akepeace] Thackeray, The Irish Sketch Book, London, Glasgow: Collins’ Clear-type Press, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Thackeray Irish Sketch Book}}
1860 January–June, W[illiam] M[akepeace] Thackeray, Lovel the Widower, London: Smith, Elder and Co., [], published 1861, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Thackeray Lovel}}
1855, W[illiam] M[akepeace] Thackeray, “The Chronicle of the Drum”, in Miscellanies: Prose and Verse, volume I, London: Bradbury and Evans, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Thackeray Miscellanies}}
1841, M. A. Titmarsh [pseudonym; William Makepeace Thackeray], “Mr. Titmarsh to Miss Smith on the Second Funeral of Napoleon. Letter I. The Disinterment of Napoleon at St. Helena.”, in The Second Funeral of Napoleon: [] And The Chronicle of the Drum. [], London: Hugh Cunningham, [], →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Thackeray Napoleon}}
1854, Arthur Pendennis [pseudonym; William Makepeace Thackeray], The Newcomes: Memoirs of a Most Respectable Family, volume I, London: Bradbury and Evans, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Thackeray Newcomes}}
1840, M. A. Titmarsh [pseudonym; William Makepeace Thackeray], The Paris Sketch Book, volume I, London: John Macrone, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Thackeray Paris Sketch Book}}
1848 November – 1850 December, William Makepeace Thackeray, The History of Pendennis. [], volume I, London: Bradbury and Evans, [], published 1849, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Thackeray Pendennis}}
{{RQ:Thackeray Philip}}
1846 February 28 – 1847 February 27, W[illiam] M[akepeace] Thackeray, The Book of Snobs, London: Punch Office, [], published 1848, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Thackeray Snobs}}
1847 January – 1848 July, William Makepeace Thackeray, Vanity Fair [], London: Bradbury and Evans [], published 1848, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Thackeray Vanity Fair}}
{{RQ:Thackeray Virginians}}

Theobald, Lewis edit

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1727 December 24 (first performance; Gregorian calendar), Lew[is] Theobald, W[illiam] Shakespeare, [John Fletcher], Double Falshood; or, The Distrest Lovers. [], London: [] J. Watts, [], published 1728, →OCLC, Act I, scene i, page 1:
{{RQ:Theobald Double Falshood}}

Thompson, Francis edit

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1897, Francis Thompson, “[Sight and Insight.] The Mistress of Vision.”, in New Poems, Westminster [London]: Archibald Constable and Co., →OCLC, page 3:
{{RQ:Thompson New Poems}}
a. 1908, Francis Thompson, “A Renegade Poet on the Poet”, in A Renegade Poet and Other Essays, Boston, Mass.: The Ball Publishing Co., published 1910, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Thompson Renegade Poet}}
1893, Francis Thompson, “The Hound of Heaven”, in The Works of Francis Thompson, volume I (Poems), New York, N.Y.: Charles Scribner’s Sons [], published 1913, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Thompson Works}}

Thompson, Ruth Plumly edit

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{{RQ:Ruth Thompson Royal Book of Oz}}

Thomson, James (born 1700) edit

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1748, James Thomson, “Canto I”, in The Castle of Indolence: [], London: [] A[ndrew] Millar, [], →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Thomson Castle of Indolence}}
1735–1736, [James] Thomson, Liberty, a Poem, London: [] A[ndrew] Millar, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Thomson Liberty}}
1728, James Thomson, “Spring”, in The Seasons, London: [] A[ndrew] Millar, and sold by Thomas Cadell, [], published 1768, →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Thomson Seasons}}
1728, James Thomson, “The Seasons. Spring.”, in [George Lyttelton, 1st Baron Lyttelton], editor, The Works of James Thomson. [], volume I, London: [] A[ndrew] Millar, [], published 1750, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Thomson Works}}

Thomson, James (also known as Bysshe Vanolis; born 1834) edit

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1870–1874, James Thomson, “The City of Dreadful Night”, in The City of Dreadful Night and Other Poems, London: Reeves and Turner, [], published 1880, →OCLC:
{{RQ:James Thomson City of Dreadful Night}}
1864, James Thomson, “Vane’s Story”, in Vane’s Story, Weddah and Om-El-Bonain, and Other Poems, London: Reeves and Turner, [], published 1881, →OCLC:
{{RQ:James Thomson Vane's Story}}

Thoreau, Henry David edit

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1865, Henry D[avid] Thoreau, “The Shipwreck”, in [Sophia Thoreau and William Ellery Channing], editors, Cape Cod, Boston, Mass.: Ticknor and Fields, →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Thoreau Cape Cod}}
{{RQ:Thoreau Walden}}
1906, Henry David Thoreau, The Writings of Henry David Thoreau, volume 1, Boston, New York: Houghton, Mifflin and Company:
{{RQ:Thoreau Writings}}
c. 1853, Henry D[avid] Thoreau, “A Yankee in Canada. Chapter I. Concord to Montreal.”, in A Yankee in Canada, with Anti-Slavery and Reform Papers, Boston, Mass.: Ticknor and Fields, published 1866, →OCLC, page 3:
{{RQ:Thoreau Yankee}}

Tillotson, John edit

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1664, John Tillotson, “Job xxviij. 28.”, in Sermons Preach’d upon Several Occasions, London: [] A[nne] M[axwell] for Sa[muel] Gellibrand, [], published 1671, →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Tillotson Sermons}}
1664, John Tillotson, “Sermon I. The Wisdom of Being Religious. Job XXVIII. 28.”, in The Works of the Most Reverend Dr. John Tillotson, Late Lord Archbishop of Canterbury: [], 8th edition, London: [] T. Goodwin, B[enjamin] Tooke, and J. Pemberton, []; J. Round [], and J[acob] Tonson] [], published 1720, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Tillotson Works}}

Time edit

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2015 July 23, Tessa Berenson, “NASA Discovers New Earth-like Planet”, in Time, New York, N.Y.: Time Inc., →ISSN, →OCLC:

Tocqueville, Alexis de edit

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1835, Alexis de Tocqueville, translated by Henry Reeve, Democracy in America. [], volume I, London: Saunders and Otley, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Tocqueville Democracy}}

Tolkien, J. R. R. edit

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1954 July 29, J[ohn] R[onald] R[euel] Tolkien, The Fellowship of the Ring: Being the First Part of The Lord of the Rings, New York, N.Y.: Ballantine Books, published September 1973, →ISBN:
{{RQ:Tolkien Fellowship of the Ring}}
1937 September 21, J[ohn] R[onald] R[euel] Tolkien, The Hobbit: Or There and Back Again, 3rd edition, London: Unwin Books, George Allen & Unwin, published 1966 (1970 printing), →ISBN:
{{RQ:Tolkien Hobbit}}
1955 October 20, J[ohn] R[onald] R[euel] Tolkien, The Return of the King: Being the Third Part of The Lord of the Rings [], New York, N.Y.: Ballantine Books, published December 1978, →ISBN:
{{RQ:Tolkien Return of the King}}
a. 1974 (date written), J[ohn] R[onald] R[euel] Tolkien, “Ainulindalë: The Music of the Ainur”, in Christopher Tolkien, editor, The Silmarillion, 1st American edition, Boston, Mass.: Houghton Mifflin Company, published 15 September 1977, →ISBN, page 13:
{{RQ:Tolkien Silmarillion}}
1954 November 11, J[ohn] R[onald] R[euel] Tolkien, “The Departure of Boromir”, in The Two Towers: Being the Second Part of The Lord of the Rings, 2nd edition, Boston, Mass.: Houghton Mifflin Company, published 1965, →ISBN, book III, page 15:
{{RQ:Tolkien Two Towers}}

Tolstoy, Leo edit

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{{RQ:Tolstoy Garnett Kingdom of God}}
{{RQ:Tolstoy Resurrection}}
1889, Lyof N[ikolayevich] Tolstoï [i.e., Leo Tolstoy], chapter I, in Nathan Haskell Dole, transl., War and Peace [] In Four Volumes, volume I, New York, N.Y.: Thomas Y[oung] Crowell & Co. [], →OCLC, part first, page 1:
{{RQ:Tolstoy War and Peace}}

Toole, John Kennedy edit

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a. 1969, John Kennedy Toole, A Confederacy of Dunces, Penguin, published 1981, →ISBN, page 1:
{{RQ:Toole Confederacy Dunces}}

Topsell, Edward edit

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1658, Edward Topsel [i.e., Edward Topsell], The History of Four-footed Beasts and Serpents: [], London: [] E. Cotes, for G. Sawbridge [], T. Williams [], and T. Johnson [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Topsell Beasts and Serpents}}
1607, Edward Topsell, The Historie of Fovre-footed Beastes. [], London: [] William Iaggard, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Topsell Foure-footed Beastes}}
1608, Edward Topsell, The Historie of Serpents. Or, The Second Booke of Liuing Creatures: [], London: [] William Jaggard, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Topsell Serpents}}

Tourneur, Cyril edit

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{{RQ:Middleton Tourneur Revengers Tragaedie}}

Travers, Ben edit

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1921, Ben Travers, A Cuckoo in the Nest, Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, Page & Company, published 1925, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Travers Cuckoo in the Nest}}

Trench, Richard Chenevix edit

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1835, Richard Chenevix Trench, “To ——”, in The Story of Justin Martyr, and Other Poems, London: Edward Moxon, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Trench Justin Martyr}}
1838, Richard Chenevix Trench, “Introductory Stanzas. To Poetry.”, in Sabbation; Honor Neale; and Other Poems, London: Edward Moxon, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Trench Sabbation}}

Trollope, Anthony edit

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1876 May – 1877 July, Anthony Trollope, The American Senator [], volume I, London: Chapman and Hall, [], published 1877, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Trollope American Senator}}
1873, Anthony Trollope, Australia and New Zealand. [], volume I, London: Chapman and Hall, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Trollope Australia}}
a. 1883 (date written), Anthony Trollope, “My Education. 1815–1834.”, in An Autobiography [], volume I, Edinburgh, London: William Blackwood and Sons, published 1883, →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Trollope Autobiography}}
1857, Anthony Trollope, Barchester Towers. [], copyright edition, volume I, Leipzig: Bernhard Tauchnitz, published 1859, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Trollope Barchester Towers}}
1865 May 15 – 1866 January 1, Anthony Trollope, The Belton Estate. [], volume I, London: Chapman and Hall, [], published December 1865 (indicated as 1866), →OCLC:
{{RQ:Trollope Belton Estate}}
1858, Anthony Trollope, Doctor Thorne. [], volume I, London: Chapman & Hall, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Trollope Doctor Thorne}}
1871 July – 1873 February, Anthony Trollope, The Eustace Diamonds. A Novel, New York, N.Y.: Harper & Brothers, [], published 1872, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Trollope Eustace Diamonds}}
1860 January – 1861 April, Anthony Trollope, Framley Parsonage. [] (Collection of British Authors; 551), copyright edition, volume I, Leipzig: Bernhard Tauchnitz, published April 1861, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Trollope Framley Parsonage}}
1869 May, Anthony Trollope, He Knew He Was Right, volume I, London: Strahan and Company, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Trollope He Knew}}
1870 May–December, Anthony Trollope, Sir Harry Hotspur of Humblethwaite, copyright edition, Leipzig: Bernhard Tauchnitz, published 1871, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Trollope Hotspur}}
1871 (date written), Anthony Trollope, Lady Anna. [], volume I, London: Chapman and Hall, [], published 1874, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Trollope Lady Anna}}
{{RQ:Trollope Last Chronicle}}
1862, Anthony Trollope, North America. [], volume I, London: Chapman & Hall, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Trollope North America}}
1860 July – 1861 June (date written), Anthony Trollope, Orley Farm. [], volume I, London: Chapman and Hall, [], published 1862, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Trollope Orley Farm}}
{{RQ:Trollope Prime Minister}}
1863, Anthony Trollope, Rachel Ray. [], volume I, London: Chapman and Hall, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Trollope Rachel Ray}}
{{RQ:Trollope The Claverings}}
{{RQ:Trollope Warden}}
1880 May–December, Anthony Trollope, Dr. Wortle’s School. [], volume I, London: Chapman and Hall, [], published 1881, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Trollope Wortle}}

Trollope, Frances Milton edit

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1839, Frances Trollope, The Widow Barnaby. [...] In Three Volumes, volume I, London: Richard Bentley, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Frances Trollope Widow Barnaby}}

Tupper, Martin Farquhar edit

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1838, Martin Farquhar Tupper, Proverbial Philosophy: A Book of Thoughts and Arguments, Originally Treated, London: Joseph Rickerby, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Tupper Proverbial Philosophy}}

Turgenev, Ivan edit

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1867, Ivan Sergheïevitch Turgenef [i.e., Ivan Turgenev], translated by Eugene Schuyler, Fathers and Sons [], New York, N.Y.: Leypoldt and Holt, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Turgenev Fathers and Sons}}

Turner, William edit

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1548, William Turner, “Abies”, in The Names of Herbes in Greke, Latin, Englishe Duche & Frenche wyth the Commune Names that Herbaries and Apotecaries Use. [], London: [] [Steven Mierdman for] John Day and Wyllyam Seres, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Turner Names of Herbes}}
1551, Wylliam Turner [i.e., William Turner], A New Herball, [], London: [] Steven Mierdman, and they are to be soolde [] by John Gybken, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Turner New Herball}}

Tusser, Thomas edit

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1557 February 13, Thomas Tusser, A Hundreth Good Pointes of Husbandrie., London: [] Richard Tottel, →OCLC; republished London: [] Robert Triphook, [], and William Sancho, [], 1810, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Tusser Good Husbandrie}}

Twain, Mark edit

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1892, Mark Twain [pseudonym; Samuel Langhorne Clemens], The American Claimant, New York, N.Y.: Charles L[uther] Webster & Co., →OCLC:
{{RQ:Twain American Claimant}}
1907, Mark Twain [pseudonym; Samuel Langhorne Clemens], Christian Science [], New York, N.Y., London: Harper & Brothers, published February 1907, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Twain Christian Science}}
1889, Mark Twain [pseudonym; Samuel Langhorne Clemens], A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court, New York, N.Y.: Charles L. Webster & Company, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Twain Connecticut Yankee}}
1897, Mark Twain, Following the Equator [] [3], New York: American Publishing Company:
{{RQ:Twain Following the Equator}}
1884 December 10, Mark Twain [pseudonym; Samuel Langhorne Clemens], The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn: (Tom Sawyer’s Comrade) [], London: Chatto & Windus, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Twain Huckleberry Finn}}
1869, Mark Twain [pseudonym; Samuel Langhorne Clemens], The Innocents Abroad, or The New Pilgrims’ Progress; [], Hartford, Conn.: American Publishing Company. [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Twain Innocents Abroad}}
1883, Mark Twain [pseudonym; Samuel Langhorne Clemens], Life on the Mississippi, Boston, Mass.: James R[ipley] Osgood and Company, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Twain Mississippi}}
1881, Mark Twain [pseudonym; Samuel Langhorne Clemens], The Prince and the Pauper: A Tale for Young People of All Ages, Montreal, Que.: Dawson Brothers, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Twain Prince and the Pauper}}
1897, Mark Twain [pseudonym; Samuel Langhorne Clemens], “[Pudd’nhead Wilson] Chapter I”, in The Tragedy of Pudd’nhead Wilson: And the Comedy Those Extraordinary Twins, Hartford, Conn.: American Publishing Company, →OCLC, page 15:
{{RQ:Twain Pudd'nhead Wilson}}
1870–1871 (date written), Mark Twain [pseudonym; Samuel Langhorne Clemens], Roughing It, Hartford, Conn.: American Publishing Company [et al.], published 1872, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Twain Roughing It}}
1894, Mark Twain, chapter 3, in Tom Sawyer Abroad:
{{RQ:Twain Sawyer Abroad}}
1906, Mark Twain [pseudonym; Samuel Langhorne Clemens], “The $30,000 Bequest”, in The $30,000 Bequest and Other Stories, New York, N.Y., London: Harper & Brothers, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Twain $30,000 Bequest}}
1876, Mark Twain [pseudonym; Samuel Langhorne Clemens], chapter I, in The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Hartford, Conn.: The American Publishing Company, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Twain Tom Sawyer}}
1880, Mark Twain [pseudonym; Samuel Langhorne Clemens], chapter I, in A Tramp Abroad; [], Hartford, Conn.: American Publishing Company; London: Chatto & Windus, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Twain Tramp Abroad}}
1873, Mark Twain [pseudonym; Samuel Langhorne Clemens], Charles Dudley Warner, The Gilded Age: A Tale of To-day, Hartford, Conn.: American Publishing Company, published 1874, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Twain Warner Gilded Age}}
1906, Mark Twain [pseudonym; Samuel Langhorne Clemens], “What Is Man?”, in What Is Man? And Other Essays, New York, N.Y.; London: Harper & Brothers, published May 1917:
{{RQ:Twain What Is Man}}

Tyndale, William edit

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{{RQ:Tyndale NT}}
1528 October 12 (Gregorian calendar), Willyam Tyndale [i.e., William Tyndale], The Obedience of [a] Christen Man, [], [London: [] Thomas Ranalde and Wyllyam Hyll, and are to be solde [] by Rychard Iugge []], published [1548], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Tyndale Obedience}}
1530 January 27 (Gregorian calendar), W[illiam] T[yndale], transl., [The Pentateuch] (Tyndale Bible), Malborow [Marburg], Hesse: [] Hans Luft [actually Antwerp: Johan Hoochstraten], →OCLC, Genesis j:[1]:
{{RQ:Tyndale Pentateuch}}

Udall, Nicholas edit

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1564 February, Nicolas Udall [i.e., Nicholas Udall], “Nicolas Vdall vnto the Gentle and Honeste Harted Readers Well to Fare”, in Erasmus, translated by Nicolas Udall, Apophthegmes, that is to Saie, Prompte, Quicke, Wittie and Sentẽcious Saiynges, [], London: [] Ihon Kingston, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Erasmus Udall Apophthegmes}}
c. 1552 (date written), Nicholas Udall, [Ralph Roister Doister], [London: s.n.], published 1566?; republished as Edward Arber, editor, Roister Doister. [] (English Reprints), London: Muir & Paterson, [], 24 July 1869, →OCLC, Act I, scene i, page 11:
{{RQ:Udall Ralph Roister Doister}}

An Universal [etc.] Dictionary edit

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1703, “I”, in An Universal, Historical, Geographical, Chronological and Poetical Dictionary, [], volumes I (A–L), London: [] J[ohn] Hartley, []; W. Turner, []; and Tho[mas] Hodgson, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Universal Dictionary}}

Vanbrugh, John edit

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1697, [John Vanbrugh], “[Part I]”, in Æsop. A Comedy. [], 3rd edition, London: [] Richard Wellington, [], published 1702, →OCLC, Act I, page 1:
{{RQ:Vanbrugh Aesop}}
{{RQ:Vanbrugh Cibber Provok'd Husband}}
{{RQ:Vanbrugh Confederacy}}
1696 November (first performance), [John Vanbrugh], The Relapse; or, Virtue in Danger: [], [London]: [] Samuel Briscoe [], published 1697, →OCLC, Act I, scene i, page 1:
{{RQ:Vanbrugh Relapse}}

Vance, Louis Joseph edit

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1914, Louis Joseph Vance, Nobody, New York, N.Y.: George H[enry] Doran Company, published 1915, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Vance Nobody}}

Vanity Fair edit

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1994 November, “A Star is Reborn”, in Graydon Carter, editor, Vanity Fair, New York, N.Y.: Condé Nast, →ISSN, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Vanity Fair}}

Veblen, Thorstein edit

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1899, Thorstein Veblen, The Theory of the Leisure Class [] [4], New York: Macmillan, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Veblen Leisure Class}}

Verne, Jules edit

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{{RQ:Verne Mysterious Island}}
{{RQ:Verne Twenty Thousand Leagues}}

Virgil edit

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1697, Virgil, translated by John Dryden, The Works of Virgil: Containing His Pastorals, Georgics, and Æneis. [], London: [] Jacob Tonson, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Dryden Virgil}}
1582, Virgil, translated by Richard Stanyhurst, The First Foure Bookes of Virgils Æneis, [], London: Henrie Bynneman [], published 1583, →OCLC; republished as The First Four Books of the Æneid of Virgil, [], Edinburgh: [Edinburgh Printing Company], 1836, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Virgil Stanyhurst Aeneid}}

Vonnegut, Kurt edit

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{{RQ:Vonnegut Player Piano}}
{{RQ:Vonnegut Slaughterhouse-Five}}

Walker, John edit

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1791, John Walker, A Critical Pronouncing Dictionary [] [5], London: Sold by G. G. J. and J. Robinſon, Paternoſter Row; and T. Cadell, in the Strand, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Critical Pronouncing Dictionary}}

Wallace, David Foster edit

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{{RQ:Wallace Infinite Jest}}

Wallace, Edgar edit

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1905, Edgar Wallace, “Prologue: Thery’s Trade”, in The Four Just Men, London: The Tallis Press [], →OCLC, page 7:
{{RQ:E. Wallace Four Just Men}}

Wallace, Lew edit

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1880 November 12, Lew[is] Wallace, Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ, New York, N.Y.: Harper & Brothers, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Wallace Ben-Hur}}

Walpole, Horace edit

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1764, “Onuphrio Muralto”, translated by William Marshal [pseudonym; Horace Walpole], The Castle of Otranto, [], Dublin: [] J. Hoey, [], published 1765, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Walpole Castle of Otranto}}
a. 1798 (date written), Horace Walpole, edited by Denis Le Marchant, Memoirs of the Reign of King George the Third. [], volume I, London: Richard Bentley [], published 1845, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Walpole George 3}}
1762, Horace Walpole, Anecdotes of Painting in England; [], volume I, London: [] Thomas Farmer [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Walpole Painting in England}}
1768, Horace Walpole, Historic Doubts on the Life and Reign of King Richard the Third, London: [] J[ames] Dodsley [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Walpole Richard 3}}

Walton, Izaak edit

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1653, Iz[aak] Wa[lton], The Compleat Angler or The Contemplative Man’s Recreation. Being a Discourse of Fish and Fishing, [], London: [] T. Maxey for Rich[ard] Marriot, [], →OCLC; reprinted as The Compleat Angler (Homo Ludens; 6), Nieuwkoop, South Holland, Netherlands: Miland Publishers, 1969, →ISBN:
{{RQ:Walton Compleat Angler}}
1670, Izaak Walton, The Lives of Dr. John Donne, Sir Henry Wotton, Mr. Richard Hooker, Mr. George Herbert. [], volume I, London: [] Tho[mas] Newcomb for Richard Marriott, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Walton Lives}}

Warburton, William edit

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1738, William Warburton, The Divine Legation of Moses [], volume I, London: [] Fletcher Gyles, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Warburton Divine Legation}}
1727, William Warburton, “Part I”, in A Critical and Philosophical Enquiry into the Causes of Prodigies and Miracles, as Related by Historians. [], London: [] Thomas Corbett, [], →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Warburton Prodigies}}

Ward, Nathaniel edit

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1647, Theodore de la Guard [pseudonym; Nathaniel Ward], The Simple Cobler of Aggawam in America. [], London: [] J[ohn] D[ever] & R[obert] I[bbitson] for Stephen Bowtell, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Ward Simple Cobler}}

Warner, William edit

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1586, William Warner, “The First Booke. Chapter I.”, in Albions England. A Continued Historie of the Same Kingdome, from the Originals of the First Inhabitants thereof: [], 5th edition, London: [] Edm[und] Bollifant for George Potter, [], published 1602, →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Warner Albions England}}

Washington, Booker T. edit

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{{RQ:Washington Up from Slavery}}

Washington Post, The edit

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2010 January 1, “Democracy dies in darkness”, in The Washington Post, Washington, D.C.: The Washington Post Company, →ISSN, →OCLC:

Waterhouse, Edward edit

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1663, Edward Waterhous [i.e., Edward Waterhouse], Fortescutus Illustratus; or A Commentary on that Nervous Treatise De Laudibus Legum Angliæ, Written by Sir John Fortescue Knight, [], London: [] Tho[mas] Roycroft for Thomas Dicas [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Waterhouse Fortescutus Illustratus}}

Watts, Isaac edit

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1706, I[saac] Watts, “The Divine Sovereignty”, in Horæ Lyricæ. Poems, Chiefly of the Lyric Kind. [], London: [] S. and D. Bridge, for John Lawrence [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Watts Horae Lyricae}}
1707, I[saac] Watts, Hymns and Spiritual Songs. [], London: [] J. Humfreys, for John Lawrence, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Watts Hymns}}
1741, I[saac] Watts, The Improvement of the Mind: Or, A Supplement to the Art of Logick: [], London: [] James Brackstone, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Watts Improvement}}
1725, Isaac Watts, Logick: Or, The Right Use of Reason in the Enquiry after Truth, [], 2nd edition, London: [] John Clark and Richard Hett, [], Emanuel Matthews, [], and Richard Ford, [], published 1726, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Watts Logick}}
1733, I[saac] W[atts], “Essay I. A Fair Enquiry and Debate Concerning Space. Sect[ion] I.”, in Philosophical Essays on Various Subjects, [], London: [] Richard Ford [], and Richard Hett [], →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Watts Philosophical Essays}}

Waugh, Evelyn edit

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{{RQ:Waugh Brideshead Revisited}}
1938 May, Evelyn Waugh, Scoop: A Novel about Journalists, uniform edition, London: Chapman & Hall, published 1948 (1951 printing), →OCLC:
{{RQ:Waugh Scoop}}

Webster, Augusta edit

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1867, Augusta Webster, “A Woman Sold. I. Eleanor Vaughan.”, in A Woman Sold and Other Poems, London, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire: Macmillan and Co., →OCLC:
{{RQ:Augusta Webster Woman Sold}}

Webster, John edit

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c. 1601 (date written), Thomas Decker [i.e., Thomas Dekker], Iohn Webster [i.e., John Webster], North-ward Hoe. [], London: [] G[eorge] Eld, published 1607, →OCLC; reprinted as John S. Farmer, editor, Northward Hoe (The Tudor Facsimile Texts; 23), [Amersham, Buckinghamshire: John S. Farmer], 1914, →OCLC, Act I:
{{RQ:Dekker Webster Northward Hoe}}
1604 (first performance), Tho[mas] Dekker, Iohn Webster [i.e., John Webster], VVest-vvard Hoe. [], London: [] Iohn Hodgets [], published 1607, →OCLC, Act I:
{{RQ:Dekker Webster Westward Hoe}}
1602 (first performance), Thomas Dickers [i.e., Thomas Dekker], Iohn Webster [i.e., John Webster], The Famous History of Sir Thomas Wyat. [], London: [] E[dward] A[llde] for Thomas Archer, [], published 1607, →OCLC; reprinted as John S. Farmer, editor, The Famous History of Sir Thomas Wyat (The Tudor Facsimile Texts; 22), [Amersham, Buckinghamshire: s.n.], 1914, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Dekker Webster Wyat}}
1612–1613 (date written), John Webster, The Tragedy of the Dutchesse of Malfy. [], London: [] Nicholas Okes, for Iohn Waterson, [], published 1623, →OCLC, Act I, scene i:
{{RQ:Webster Malfi}}

Wells, H. G. edit

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1900 December – 1901 August, H[erbert] G[eorge] Wells, The First Men in the Moon, London: George Newnes, [], published 1901, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Wells First Men in the Moon}}
{{RQ:Wells Invisible Man}}
1896, H[erbert] G[eorge] Wells, The Island of Doctor Moreau (Heinemann’s Colonial Library of Popular Fiction; 52), London: William Heinemann, →OCLC; republished as The Island of Doctor Moreau: A Possibility, New York, N.Y.: Stone & Kimball, 1896, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Wells Island of Doctor Moreau}}
1912, H[erbert] G[eorge] Wells, Marriage, London: Macmillan and Co., Limited [], →OCLC, book the first (Marjorie Marries), page 3:
{{RQ:Wells Marriage}}
1911, H[erbert] G[eorge] Wells, The New Machiavelli, London: John Lane; The Bodley Head [], →OCLC, book the first (The Making of a Man), page 3:
{{RQ:Wells New Machiavelli}}
1896 April, H[erbert] G[eorge] Wells, “The Plattner Story”, in The Plattner Story and Others, London: Methuen & Co. [], published March 1897, →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Wells Plattner Story}}
1915 September, H[erbert] G[eorge] Wells, “The Prelude: On Fear and Aristocracy”, in The Research Magnificent, 1st American edition, New York, N.Y.: The Macmillan Company, →OCLC, page 3:
{{RQ:Wells Research Magnificent}}
1933 September, H[erbert] G[eorge] Wells, The Shape of Things to Come, 1st American edition, New York, N.Y.: The Macmillan Company, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Wells Shape}}
1905, H[erbert] G[eorge] Wells, “[The Time Machine and Other Stories]. The Empire of the Ants.”, in The Short Stories of H. G. Wells, London: Ernest Benn Limited [], published September 1927, →OCLC, page 104:
{{RQ:Wells Short Stories}}
{{RQ:Wells Sleeper}}
{{RQ:Wells Time Machine}}
1908, H[erbert] G[eorge] Wells, “Of Bladesover House, and My Mother; and the Constitution of Society”, in Tono-Bungay [], Toronto, Ont.: The Macmillan Company of Canada, Ltd., →OCLC, 1st book (The Days before Tono-Bungay was Invented):
{{RQ:Wells Tono-Bungay}}
{{RQ:Wells War in the Air}}
1895–1897, H[erbert] G[eorge] Wells, “The Eve of the War”, in The War of the Worlds, London: William Heinemann, published 1898, →OCLC, book I (The Coming of the Martians), page 1:
{{RQ:Wells War of the Worlds}}
{{RQ:Wells Wheels of Chance}}
1926, H[erbert] G[eorge] Wells, The World of William Clissold: A Novel at a New Angle [], 1st American edition, volume I, New York, N.Y.: George H[enry] Doran Company, →OCLC, 1st book (The Frame of the Picture):
{{RQ:Wells William Clissold}}
1895, H[erbert] G[eorge] Wells, The Wonderful Visit (Macmillan’s Colonial Library), London, New York, N.Y.: Macmillan and Co., →OCLC:
{{RQ:Wells Wonderful Visit}}

Welsh, Irvine edit

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1994 [1993], Irvine Welsh, Trainspotting, London: Minerva, →ISBN:
{{RQ:Welsh Trainspotting}}

Wesley, John, and Wesley, Charles edit

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1739, John Wesley, Charles Wesley, “Eupolis’ Hymn to the Creator”, in Hymns and Sacred Poems, London: [] William Strahan; and sold by James Hutton, []; and at Mr. Bray’s, [], →OCLC, part I, page 1:
{{RQ:Wesley Hymns}}

West, Rebecca edit

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1941, Rebecca West [pseudonym; Cicily Isabel Fairfield], Black Lamb and Grey Falcon: The Record of a Journey through Yugoslavia in 1937, volume I, London: Macmillan and Co., published 1946, →OCLC:
{{RQ:West Black Lamb}}
1918 March, Rebecca West [pseudonym; Cicily Isabel Fairfield], The Return of the Soldier, 1st US edition, New York, N.Y.: The Century Co., →OCLC:
{{RQ:West Return of the Soldier}}

Weyman, Stanley J. edit

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1906, Stanley J[ohn] Weyman, Chippinge Borough, New York, N.Y.: McClure, Phillips & Co., →OCLC:
{{RQ:Weyman Chippinge Borough}}
1893, Stanley J[ohn] Weyman, A Gentleman of France [], volume I, London; New York, N.Y.: Longmans, Green, and Co. [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Weyman Gentleman}}

Wharton, Edith edit

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{{RQ:Wharton Age of Innocence}}
{{RQ:Wharton Buccaneers}}
{{RQ:Wharton Custom of the Country}}
1911 October, Edith Wharton, Ethan Frome (The Scribner Library; SL8), New York, N.Y.: Charles Scribner’s Sons, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Wharton Ethan Frome}}
1915 November, Edith Wharton, “The Look of Paris”, in Fighting France: From Dunkerque to Belfort, New York, N.Y.: Charles Scribner’s Sons, →OCLC, page 3:
{{RQ:Wharton Fighting France}}
{{RQ:Wharton House of Mirth}}
1920 October, Edith Wharton, In Morocco[7], New York: Charles Scribner's Sons:
{{RQ:Wharton In Morocco}}
1918, Edith Wharton, The Marne, New York, N.Y.: D[aniel] Appleton and Company, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Wharton Marne}}
1910 October, Edith Wharton, “The Bolted Door”, in Tales of Men and Ghosts, New York, N.Y.: Charles Scribner’s Sons, →OCLC, page 3:
{{RQ:Wharton Men and Ghosts}}
{{RQ:Wharton Summer}}

Whewell, William edit

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1837, William Whewell, History of the Inductive Sciences, from the Earliest to the Present Times. [], volume I, London: John W[illiam] Parker, []; Cambridge, Cambridgeshire: J. and J. J. Deighton, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Whewell Inductive Sciences}}
1845, William Whewell, The Elements of Morality, including Polity [], volume I, London: John W[illiam] Parker, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Whewell Morality}}
1840, William Whewell, The Philosophy of the Inductive Sciences, Founded upon Their History. [], volume I, London: John W[illiam] Parker, []; Cambridge, Cambridgeshire: J. and J. J. Deighton, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Whewell Philosophy}}

Whetstone, George edit

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1576, George Whetstone, “The Castle of Delight: []”, in The Rocke of Regard, [], London: [] [H. Middleton] for Robert Waley, →OCLC; republished in J[ohn] P[ayne] Collier, editor, The Rocke of Regard, [] (Illustrations of Early English Poetry; vol. 2, no. 2), London: Privately printed, [1867?], →OCLC, page 17:
{{RQ:Whetstone Rocke of Regard}}

White, Stewart Edward edit

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1912, Stewart Edward White, The Sign at Six, Indianapolis, Ind.: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, →OCLC:
{{RQ:White Sign at Six}}

Whitman, Walt edit

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1892, Walt Whitman, “I Sing the Body Electric”, in Leaves of Grass [], Philadelphia, Pa.: David McKay, publisher, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Whitman Leaves of Grass}}
1882 July 2 (date written), Walt Whitman, “A Happy Hour’s Command”, in Specimen Days & Collect, Philadelphia, Pa.: Rees Welsh & Co., [], published 1882–1883, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Whitman Specimen Days}}

Wiggin, Kate Douglas edit

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1898, Kate Douglas Wiggin, Penelope’s Progress [], Boston, Mass., New York, N.Y.: Houghton, Mifflin and Company [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Wiggin Penelope's Progress}}

Wilde, Oscar edit

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1891, Oscar Wilde, The Picture of Dorian Gray, London, New York, N.Y., Melbourne, Vic.: Ward Lock & Co., →OCLC:
{{RQ:Wilde Dorian Gray}}
1888 May, Oscar Wilde, “The Happy Prince”, in The Happy Prince and Other Tales, London: David Nutt, [], →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Wilde Happy Prince}}
{{RQ:Wilde Pomegranates}}

Wilkins, Charles edit

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1785, “Lecture I. The Grief of Ărjŏŏn.”, in Charles Wilkins, transl., The Bhăgvăt-Gēētā, Or, Dialogues of Krĕĕshnă and Ărjŏŏn; [], London: [] C. Nourse, [], →OCLC, page 27:
{{RQ:Charles Wilkins Bhagvat-Geeta}}

Williams, Margery edit

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1921 June, Margery Williams, “The Velveteen Rabbit: Or How Toys Become Real”, in Harper’s Bazar, volume LVI, number 6 (2504 overall), New York, N.Y.: International Magazine Company, →ISSN, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Williams Velveteen Rabbit}}

Wiseman, Richard edit

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1676, Richard Wiseman, Severall Chirurgicall Treatises, London: [] E. Flesher and J. Macock, for R[ichard] Royston [], and B[enjamin] Took, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Wiseman Chirurgicall Treatises}}

Wodehouse, P. G. edit

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Jeeves and Wooster works
1923 May 17, P[elham] G[renville] Wodehouse, “Jeeves Exerts the Old Cerebellum”, in The Inimitable Jeeves, Harmondsworth, Middlesex [London]: Penguin Books, published 1979, →ISBN, page 7:
{{RQ:Wodehouse Inimitable Jeeves}}
{{RQ:Wodehouse Jeeves in the Offing}}
{{RQ:Wodehouse Right Ho Jeeves}}
{{RQ:Wodehouse Very Good Jeeves}}
Psmith works
1909 October – 1910 February, P[elham] G[renville] Wodehouse, Psmith Journalist, London: A[dam] & C[harles] Black, [], published October 1923, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Wodehouse Psmith Journalist}}
Other works
{{RQ:Wodehouse Bill the Conqueror}}
1919 May–June, Pelham Grenville Wodehouse, A Damsel in Distress, New York, N.Y.: A[lbert] L[evi] Burt Company, published 1919, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Wodehouse Damsel}}
1920 March – 1921 February, P[elham] G[renville] Wodehouse, Indiscretions of Archie, New York, N.Y.: A. L. Burt Company, publishers [], published 1921, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Wodehouse Indiscretions of Archie}}
1926 July, P[elham] G[renville] Wodehouse, “The Truth about George”, in Meet Mr. Mulliner, London: Herbert Jenkins [], published 27 September 1927, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Wodehouse Meet Mr Mulliner}}
1902 September 18, P[elham] G[renville] Wodehouse, The Pothunters, London: A[dam] & C[harles] Black, [], published 1924 (1925 printing), →OCLC:
{{RQ:Wodehouse Pothunters}}
1921 October 8 – December 31, P[elham] G[renville] Wodehouse, Mostly Sally [The Adventures of Sally], 1st American edition, New York, N.Y.: George H[enry] Doran Company, published 23 March 1923, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Wodehouse Sally}}
1927 April 28, P[elham] G[renville] Wodehouse, The Small Bachelor, 13th edition, London: Methuen & Co. [], published 1950, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Wodehouse Small Bachelor}}
{{RQ:Wodehouse Something Fresh}}
1929 March–August, P[elham] G[renville] Wodehouse, Summer Lightning, 1st UK edition, London: Herbert Jenkins [], published 19 July 1929, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Wodehouse Summer Lightning}}
1937 July 24 – September 11, P[elham] G[renville] Wodehouse, Summer Moonshine, 1st UK edition, London: Herbert Jenkins [], published 1938, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Wodehouse Summer Moonshine}}
1915, Pelham Grenville Wodehouse, Uneasy Money, New York, N.Y.: D. Appleton and Company, published 17 March 1916, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Wodehouse Uneasy Money}}

Wodhull, Michael edit

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1782, Euripides, “Hecuba”, in Michael Wodhull, transl., The Nineteen Tragedies and Fragments of Euripides. [...] In Four Volumes, volume I, London: [] Thomas Payne and Son, [], →OCLC, page 3:
{{RQ:Wodhull Euripides}}

Wolfe, Gene edit

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{{RQ:Wolfe New Sun}}
1987, Gene Wolfe, The Urth of the New Sun, 1st US edition, New York: Tor Books, →ISBN, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Wolfe Urth}}

Wollstonecraft, Mary edit

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{{RQ:Wollstonecraft Vindication Men}}
1791 (date written), Mary Wollstonecraft, A Vindication of the Rights of Woman: With Strictures on Political and Moral Subjects, 1st American edition, Boston, Mass.: [] Peter Edes for Thomas and Andrews, [], published 1792, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Wollstonecraft Vindication Women}}
{{RQ:Wollstonecraft Mary}}
1798, Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin, “[Maria: or, The] Wrongs of Woman”, in W[illiam] Godwin, editor, Posthumous Works of the Author of A Vindication of the Rights of Woman. [], London: [] J[oseph] Johnson, []; and G[eorge,] G[eorge] and J[ohn] Robinson, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Wollstonecraft Maria}}

Wonder, Stevie edit

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1968 December 8, Henry Cosby, Sylvia Moy, Stevie Wonder (lyrics and music), “I’d Be a Fool Right Now”, in For Once in My Life, performed by Stevie Wonder:
{{RQ:Wonder Fool}}

Wood, Anthony edit

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1691, [Anthony Wood], Athenæ Oxonienses. An Exact History of All the Writers and Bishops who have had Their Education in the Most Ancient and Famous University of Oxford from the Fifteenth Year of King Henry the Seventh, Dom. 1500, to the End of the Year 1690. [], volume I (Extending to the 16th Year of King Charles I. Dom. 1640), London: [] Tho[mas] Bennet [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Wood Athenae Oxonienses}}

Wood, William edit

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1634, William Wood, New Englands Prospect. A True, Lively, and Experimentall Description of that Part of America, Commonly Called New England; [], London: [] Tho[mas] Cotes, for Iohn Bellamie, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Wood New Englands Prospect}}

Woodward, John edit

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1729, J[ohn] Woodward, An Attempt towards a Natural History of the Fossils of England; [], tome I, London: [] F[rancis] Fayram, []; J[ohn] Senex, []; and J. Osborn and T[homas] Longman, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Woodward Fossils}}
1695, John Woodward, “An Account of the Observations upon which This Discourse is Founded”, in An Essay toward a Natural History of the Earth: And Terrestrial Bodies, Especially Minerals: [], London: [] Ric[hard] Wilkin [], →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Woodward Natural History}}

Woolf, Virginia edit

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1925, Virginia Woolf, “On Not Knowing Greek”, in [Leonard Woolf], editor, Collected Essays, volume I, London: Hogarth Press, published 1966, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Woolf Collected Essays}}
1925 April, Virginia Woolf, “The Common Reader”, in The Common Reader, 2nd edition, London: Leonard & Virginia Woolf at the Hogarth Press, [], published November 1925, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Woolf Common Reader}}
1922 October 26, Virginia Woolf, Jacob’s Room, Richmond, London: [] Leonard & Virginia Woolf at the Hogarth Press, →OCLC; republished London: The Hogarth Press, 1960, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Woolf Jacob's Room}}
1919 October 20, Virginia Woolf, Night and Day, London: Duckworth and Company [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Woolf Night and Day}}
1928, Virginia Woolf, Orlando: A Biography, London: The Hogarth Press, →OCLC; republished as Orlando: A Biography (eBook no. 0200331h.html), Australia: Project Gutenberg Australia, July 2015:
{{RQ:Woolf Orlando}}
1929 September, Virginia Woolf, A Room of One’s Own, uniform edition, London: Leonard and Virginia Woolf at the Hogarth Press, [], published 1931 (April 1935 printing), →OCLC:
{{RQ:Woolf Room of One's Own}}
1934, Virginia Woolf, Walter Sickert: A Conversation, London: Leonard and Virginia Woolf at the Hogarth Press, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Woolf Sickert}}
1938, Virginia Woolf, “Part One”, in Three Guineas, London: The Hogarth Press, [], →OCLC, page 7:
{{RQ:Woolf Three Guineas}}
1927 May, Virginia Woolf, To the Lighthouse (Uniform Edition of the Works of Virginia Woolf), new edition, London: Leonard and Virginia Woolf at the Hogarth Press, [], published 1930, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Woolf To the Lighthouse}}
1915, Virginia Woolf, The Voyage Out, London: The Hogarth Press, published 1949, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Woolf Voyage Out}}
1931 October 8, Virginia Woolf, The Waves, new edition, London: The Hogarth Press, published 1960, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Woolf Waves}}

Worboise, Emma Jane (Emma Jane Guyton) edit

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1883, Emma Jane Worboise, The Abbey Mill, London: James Clarke & Co., []; Hodder & Stoughton, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Worboise Abbey Mill}}
1869, Emma Jane Worboise, The Fortunes of Cyril Denham, London: James Clarke & Co., []; Hodder & Stoughton, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Worboise Cyril Denham}}
1870, Emma Jane Worboise, Grey and Gold, London: James Clarke and Co., []; Hodder & Stoughton, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Worboise Grey and Gold}}
1877, Emma Jane Worboise, The Grey House at Endlestone, London: James Clarke and Co., []; Hodder and Stoughton, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Worboise Grey House}}
1876, Emma Jane Worboise, Lady Clarissa, London: James Clarke & Co., []; Hodder and Stoughton, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Worboise Lady Clarissa}}
1866, Emma Jane Worboise, Sir Julian’s Wife, London: Virtue Brothers and Co., [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Worboise Sir Julian's Wife}}
1866, Emma Jane Worboise, St. Beetha’s; or, The Heiress of Arne, London: “Christian World” Office, []; Jackson, Walford, and Hodder, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Worboise St Beetha's}}

Wordsworth, William edit

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1798 July 13 (date written), [William Wordsworth], “Lines Written a Few Miles above Tintern Abbey”, in Lyrical Ballads, with a Few Other Poems, London: [] J[ohn] & A[rthur] Arch, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Wordsworth Coleridge Lyrical Ballads}}
c. 1806–1809 (date written), William Wordsworth, “Book First. The Wanderer.”, in The Excursion, being a Portion of The Recluse, a Poem, London: [] Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, [], published 1814, →OCLC, page 3:
{{RQ:Wordsworth Excursion}}
1798 (date written), William Wordsworth, “Prologue”, in Peter Bell, a Tale in Verse, London: [] Strahan and Spottiswoode, []; for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, [], published 1819, →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Wordsworth Peter Bell}}
1807, William Wordsworth, “To the Daisy”, in Poems, in Two Volumes, volume II, London: [] Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Wordsworth Poems}}
1807, William Wordsworth, “[My Heart Leaps Up]”, in Poems [], volume I, London: [] Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, [], published 1815, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Wordsworth Poems 1815}}
a. 1795 (date written), William Wordsworth, “Guilt and Sorrow; or, Incidents upon Salisbury Plain”, in Poems, Chiefly of Early and Late Years; [] (The Poetical Works of William Wordsworth; VII), London: Edward Moxon, [], published 1842, →OCLC, page 5:
{{RQ:Wordsworth Poems Early and Late}}
a. 1851, William Wordsworth, “Extract from the Conclusion of a Poem, Composed upon Leaving School”, in Henry [Hope] Reed, editor, The Complete Poetical Works of William Wordsworth, Philadelphia, Pa.: Hayes & Zell, [], published 1860, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Wordsworth Poetical Works}}
1799–1805 (dates written), William Wordsworth, “Book I. Introduction.—Childhood and School-time.”, in The Prelude, or Growth of a Poet’s Mind; an Autobiographical Poem, London: Edward Moxon, [], published 1850, →OCLC, page 3:
{{RQ:Wordsworth Prelude}}
1816 January 18 (date written), William Wordsworth, “Thanksgiving Ode”, in Thanksgiving Ode, January 18, 1816. With Other Short Pieces, [], London: [] Thomas Davison, []; for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, [], published 1816, →OCLC, page 3:
{{RQ:Wordsworth Thanksgiving Ode}}
{{RQ:Wordsworth White Doe}}
1831, William Wordsworth, “Yarrow Revisited”, in Yarrow Revisited, and Other Poems, London: [] Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, & Longman, []; and Edward Moxon, [], published 1835, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Wordsworth Yarrow Revisited}}

Wotton, Henry edit

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1624, Henry Wotton, The Elements of Architecture, [], London: [] Iohn Bill, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Wotton Elements of Architecture}}
a. 1639 (date written), Henry Wotton, Reliquiæ Wottonianæ. Or, A Collection of Lives, Letters, Poems; [], London: [] Thomas Maxey, for R[ichard] Marriot, G[abriel] Bedel, and T[imothy] Garthwait, published 1651, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Wotton Reliquiae}}

Wren, Percival Christopher edit

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1924 October, Percival Christopher Wren, “Of the Strange Events at Zinderneuf”, in Beau Geste, London: John Murray, →OCLC; republished London: John Murray, [], February 1928, →OCLC, part I (Major Henri de Beaujolais’ Story), page 9:
{{RQ:Wren Beau Geste}}
1914, Percival Christopher Wren, “The Snake and the Soul”, in Snake and Sword: A Novel, London, New York, N.Y.: Longmans, Green and Co. [], →OCLC, part I (The Welding of a Soul), page 3:
{{RQ:Wren Snake and Sword}}

Wycherley, William edit

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1675, [William] Wycherley, The Country-wife, a Comedy, [], London: Printed for Thomas Dring, [], →OCLC; republished London: Printed for T[homas] Dring, and sold by R. Bentley, and S. Magnes [], 1688, →OCLC, Act I, scene i, page 1:
{{RQ:Wycherley Country Wife}}
1676 December 11 (first performance), [William] Wycherley, The Plain-Dealer. A Comedy. [], London: [] T[homas] N[ewcomb] for James Magnes and Rich[ard] Bentley [], published 1677, →OCLC, Act I, page 1:
{{RQ:Wycherley Plain-Dealer}}

Yeats, W. B. edit

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1888, W[illiam] B[utler] Yeats, editor, Fairy and Folk Tales of the Irish Peasantry (The Camelot Series), London: Walter Scott, []; New York, N.Y.: Thomas Whittaker; Toronto, Ont.: W. J. Gage & Co., →OCLC:
{{RQ:Yeats Fairy and Folk Tales}}
1934, William Butler Yeats, The King of the Great Clock Tower, Commentaries and Poems, Dublin: The Cuala Press, →OCLC; republished New York, N.Y.: The Macmillan Company, May 1935, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Yeats King}}
1920, William Butler Yeats, “Michael Robartes and the Dancer”, in Michael Robartes and the Dancer, Churchtown, Dundrum [Dublin]: The Cuala Press, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Yeats Michael Robartes}}
{{RQ:Yeats Tower}}
1922, W[illiam] B[utler] Yeats, chapter I, in The Trembling of the Veil, London: Privately printed for subscribers only by T[homas] Werner Laurie, Ltd., →OCLC, book I (Four Years 1887–1891), page 1:
{{RQ:Yeats Trembling of the Veil}}
{{RQ:Yeats Wild Swans}}

Yonge, Charlotte Mary edit

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1856, [Charlotte Mary Yonge], The Daisy Chain; or, Aspirations. A Family Chronicle. [], London: John W[illiam] Parker and Son, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Yonge Daisy Chain}}
1883, Charlotte M[ary] Yonge, Stray Pearls: Memoirs of Margaret de Ribaumont, Viscountess of Bellaise, volume I, London: Macmillan and Co., →OCLC:
{{RQ:Yonge Stray Pearls}}

Young, Edward edit

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1719 March 18 (first performance; Gregorian calendar), Edward Young, Busiris, King of Egypt. A Tragedy. [], London: [] J[acob] Tonson, [], published 1719, →OCLC, Act I, page 1:
{{RQ:Young Busiris}}
1755, [Edward Young], “Letter I. On Infidelity.”, in The Centaur Not Fabulous. [], London: [] A[ndrew] Millar []; [a]nd R[obert] and J[ames] Dodsley [], →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Young Centaur}}
1719, E[dward] Young, A Paraphrase on Part of the Book of Job, London: [] Jacob Tonson, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Young Job}}
1713, Edward Young, “Book I”, in A Poem on the Last Day, Oxford: [] Edward Whistler, →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Young Last Day}}
1725, [Edward Young], “Satire I. To His Grace the Duke of Dorset.”, in Love of Fame, the Universal Passion. In Seven Characteristical Satires, 4th edition, London: [] J[acob] and R[ichard] Tonson [], published 1741, →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Young Love of Fame}}
1743, [Edward Young], “Night the Fourth. The Christian Triumph.”, in The Complaint: Or, Night-Thoughts on Life, Death, and Immortality, London: [] R[obert] Dodsley, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Young Night-Thoughts}}

Zangwill, Israel edit

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1892, I[srael] Zangwill, Children of the Ghetto [], volume I, London: William Heinemann, →OCLC, book I (The Children of the Ghetto):
{{RQ:Zangwill Children of the Ghetto}}
1899, I[srael] Zangwill, “‘They that Walk in Darkness’”, in “They that Walk in Darkness”: Ghetto Tragedies, Philadelphia, Pa.: The Jewish Publication Society of America, →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Zangwill Ghetto Tragedies}}
1919, Israel Zangwill, Jinny the Carrier, London: William Heinemann, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Zangwill Jinny}}
1895, I[srael] Zangwill, The Master, London: William Heinemann, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Zangwill Master}}
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