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to do: Poetry, 19th-c drama?
 
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# ''Beowulf'' (composed c. 750/ manuscript source c. 1010) [http://www.heorot.dk/beo-ru.html Benjamin Slade's edition]
 
# Geoffrey Chaucer ''Canterbury Tales'' (1386-1400). [http://etext.lib.virginia.edu/etcbin/toccer-old?id=Cha2Can&images=images/modeng&data=/lv1/Archive/mideng-parsed&tag=public Virginia e-text] (you may try to read the [http://etext.lib.virginia.edu/etcbin/toccer-old?id=Cha2Can&images=images/modeng&data=/lv1/Archive/mideng-parsed&tag=public&part=33&division=div1 Shipman's tale] with a [http://www.librarius.com/canttran/shiptale/shiptale001-019.htm translation into modern English]).
 
# Sir Thomas Malory, ''Le Morte Darthur'' (1471/1485) [http://eebo.chadwyck.com/search/full_rec?SOURCE=pgimages.cfg&ACTION=ByID&ID=22102180&FILE=../session/1188480744_15972&SEARCHSCREEN=CITATIONS&VID=25050&PAGENO=1&ZOOM=&VIEWPORT=&SEARCHCONFIG=config.cfg&DISPLAY=ALPHA&HIGHLIGHT_KEYWORD= EEBO], [http://www.pierre-marteau.com/editions/1485-morte-darthur.html Marteau] esp. Caxton's preface and book 5
 
# William Shakespeare, ''King Lear'' (1608). [http://eebo.chadwyck.com/search/full_rec?SOURCE=pgimages.cfg&ACTION=ByID&ID=99846503&FILE=../session/1193063451_7446&SEARCHSCREEN=param(SEARCHSCREEN)&VID=11476&PAGENO=1&ZOOM=&VIEWPORT=&SEARCHCONFIG=param(SEARCHCONFIG)&DISPLAY=param(DISPLAY) EEBO]
 
# William Congreve, ''The Country Wife'' (1675). [http://eebo.chadwyck.com/search/full_rec?SOURCE=pgimages.cfg&ACTION=ByID&ID=12738515&FILE=../session/1188896327_12749&SEARCHSCREEN=CITATIONS&VID=93051&PAGENO=1&ZOOM=&VIEWPORT=&SEARCHCONFIG=config.cfg&DISPLAY=ALPHA&HIGHLIGHT_KEYWORD= ECCO]
 
# Daniel Defoe, ''Robinson Crusoe'' (1719). [http://galenet.galegroup.com/servlet/ECCO?vrsn=1.0&dd=0&locID=bis&b1=KE&srchtp=b&d1=0653600100&SU=All&c=5&ste=10&d4=0.33&stp=DateAscend&dc=tiPG&n=10&docNum=CW113746641&b0=Robinson+crusoe&tiPG=1 ECCO], [http://www.pierre-marteau.com/editions/1719-robinson-crusoe.html Marteau]
 
# George Eliot, ''Middlemarch'' <!--Untertitel-->(1871/72). [http://www.19thnovels.com/middlemarch.php 19thNovels.com]
 
# T. S. Eliot, ''The Waste Land'' (1922). [http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/The_Waste_Land Wikisource]
 
# Edward Bond, ''Saved'' (1965)
 
# Salman Rushdie, ''Satanic Verses'' (1988).
 
 
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# Robert Markley. "The Rise of Nothing: " ''The New Eighteenth Century'' ed. Martha Nussbaum.
 
# Hugh Trevor-Roper. in ''The Invention of Tradition'' ed. Eric Hobsbawm.
 
 
==Histories of Literature: Further Reading==
 
 
# Pierre-Daniel Huet. ''The history of romances''. [1670] 1715. [http://galenet.galegroup.com/servlet/ECCO?vrsn=1.0&dd=0&locID=bis&b1=KE&srchtp=b&d1=0143100500&SU=All&c=2&ste=10&d4=0.33&stp=DateAscend&dc=tiPG&n=10&docNum=CW110602030&b0=huet&tiPG=1 ECCO], [[Pierre Daniel Huet, Traitté de l’origine des romans (1670)|Anglistik Oldenburg]]).
 
# ''The modern dictionary of arts and sciences; or, complete system of literature''. 1774. [http://galenet.galegroup.com/servlet/ECCO?vrsn=1.0&dd=0&locID=bis&b1=KE&srchtp=b&d1=0393700301&SU=All&c=1&ste=10&d4=0.33&stp=DateAscend&dc=tiPG&n=10&docNum=CW112248153&b0=modern+dictionary+of+the+arts+and+sciences&tiPG=1 ECCO]
 
# Hyppolite Taine. ''Introduction to the History of English Literature''. 1863. [http://www.bartleby.com/39/46.html Bartleby]
 
# Pat Rogers (ed.). ''The Oxford Illustrated History of English Literature'' 1987.
 

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