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THE 'HE Academy Classics are now issued in pocket size and

are bound in new and attractive covers. The little volumes will be an ornament to any library. Nearly every volume has a half-tone portrait of the author, and many are illustrated from original drawings. The prices will be found very reasonable when the excellent quality of print, paper, and binding is considered.

Each volume is provided with introductory matter, ade quate notes, and other helps. These are always the work of a teacher of reputation, whose name is a guarantee of sound and judicious annotation.

The following books are now ready :
ADDISON. De Coverley Papers
Edited by SAMUEL THURBER.

This volume contains thirty-seven papers of which twenty have
Sir Roger as the main theme, and seventeen mention him in
such a way as to throw further light on his character.

The book contains a portrait of Addison.
Select Essays
Edited by SAMUEL THURBER.

The editor has aimed to bring together such papers from the
Spectator, the Tatler, the Guardian, and the Freeholder as will
prove most readable to youth of high school age. There are
seventy selections in all, including the De Coverley Papers and
selections from Addison's Stories and his Hymns. The book
contains also Macaulay's Essay on Addison and a portrait of
Addison.

ARNOLD. Essays in Criticism
Edited by SUSAN S. SHERIDAN.

The essays are those on the Study of Poetry, on Keats, and on

Wordsworth. Rugby Chapel

Edited by L. D. SYLE. (In Four English Poems. Sohrab and Rustum

Editud by G. A. WATROUS. (In Three Narrative Poems.

BLACKMORE. Lorna Doone
Edited by R. ADELAIDE WITHAM.

This edition is printed on bible paper and is uniform with Ivanhoe.
The editor has made a visit to the Doone country, and this gives

special interest her notes and comments.
BURKE. Conciliation with the Colonies
Edited by C. B. BRADLEY.

This book contains the complete speech, and a sketch of the
English Constitution and Government.

The frontispiece is a portrait of Burke.
BURNS. Selections
Edited by Lois G. HUFFORD.

The selections are forty-five in number and include The Cotter's
Saturday Night, Tam O'Shanter, The Vision, The Brigs of Ayr,
and all the more familiar short poems and songs.
The book contains a portrait of Burns.

BYRON. The Prisoner of Chillon

Edited by L. D. SYLE. (In Four English Poems
CARLYLE. Essay on Burns
Edited by H. W. BOYNTON.

In addition to the Essay on Burns, this edition contains The
Vision and The Cotter's Saturday Night. It thus meets the
College Entrance Requirements for the Essay on Burns and a
selection from Burns's poems.

The volume has a portrait of
Carlyle.
Selections
Edited by H. W. BOYNTON.

This volume includes material for the elementary study of Carlyle in his earliest and most fruitful period. It contains the Essays on Burns, on History, on Boswell's Life of Johnson, and selections from Heroes and Hero-Worship (the Introduction; the Hero as Poet - Dante, Shakespeare; and the Hero as Man of

Letters - Johnson, Rousseau, Burns). COLERIDGE. The Ancient Mariner

Edited by G. A. WATROUS. (In Three Narrative Poem

COWPER. John Gilpin's Ride
Edited by L. D. SYLE. (In Four English Poems.

GEORGE ELIOT. Silas Marner
Edited by W. PATTERSON ATKINSON.

The introduction contains a brief life of George Eliot, an account
of the writing of Silas Marner, and a short list of works on the

author. There is a portrait of the author.
EMERSON. Select Essays and Poems
Edited by EVA MARCH TAPPAN.

The Essays are those on Compensation, Self-reliance, and
Manners. There are also nine of the best-known poems. A
feature of the book is the suggestive questions at the bottom of
each page which keep the pupil's attention on the alert and at
the same time aid in the interpretation of the text.
This edition has a portrait of Emerson.

GOLDSMITH. The Vicar of Wakefield
Edited by R. ADELAIDE WITHAM.

The introduction to the work contains a Bibliography of the Life
of Goldsmith, a Bibliography of Criticism, a Life of Goidsmith ar-
ranged by topics, a Table of Masterpieces published during his
life, and an appreciation of Goldsmith's style.

There is a portrait of the author. The Traveller and the Deserted Village

Edited by G. A. WATROUS. (In Selected Poems.
GRAY. Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard and The Progress

of Poesy.
Edited by G. A. WATROUS. (In Selected Poems.
IRVING. Life of Goldsmith
Edited by R. ADELAIDE WITHAM.

The editor has furnished a Life of Irving arranged by topics, with
references to Pierre Irving's life of his uncle. There is also an
arrangement of the text by topics, for convenience in assigning
the reading. The book has a useful list of the works of Irving
side by side with contemporary American Literature. The frontis-

piece is a portrait of Irving. The Sketch-Book Edited by ELMER E. WENTWORTH.

This is the most attractive edition of the complete Sketch-Book published at a reasonable price. Print, paper, and binding are excellent. The book contains a portrait of Irving.

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IRVING. Selections from The Sketch-Book
Edited by ELMER E. WENTWORTH.

This edition contains Irving's original Preface and Advertise.
ment, The Author's Account of Himself, The Voyage, The Wife,
Rip Van Winkle, Sunday in London, The Art of Bookmaking,
The Country Church, The Mutability of Literature, The Spectre
Bridegroom, Westminster Abbey, Christmas, The Stage Coach,
Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Stratford-on-Avon, To my Books,
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.
These selections furnish the pupil with over two hundred pages

of reading from the Sketch-Book.
LOWELL. The Vision of Sir Launfal and Other Poems
Edited by DR. F. R. LANE.

Besides the Vision of Sir Launfal there are thirteen poems, includ-
ing such passages from the Fable for Critics as refer to prominent
American men of letters. The selections are Summer Storm,
Allegra, The Rose, Rhæcus, To a Pine Tree, To the Past, The
Oak, The Birch Tree, To the Dandelion, On a Portrait of Dante
by Giotto, A Fable for Critics. What Mr. Robinson thinks, The

Courtin'. The book contains a portrait of Lowell.
MACAULAY. Select Essays
Edited by SAMUEL THURBER.

This selection comprises the essays on Milton, Bunyan, Johnson,
Goldsmith, and Madame D'Arblay, thus giving illustrations both of
Macaulay's earlier and of his later style. The subjects of the essays
are such as to bring them into close relation with the study of

English Literature. A portrait of Macaulay is included.
Historical Essays
Edited by SAMUEL THURBER.

This selection includes the essays on Lord Clive, Warren Hastings,
and both the essays on the Earl of Chatham. The text in each
case is given entire. A map of India, giving the location of places
named in the essays, is included and there is also a portrait of

Macaulay.
MACAULAY. Edited by SAMUEL THURBER
Essay on Addison

Essay on Johnson
Essay on Lord Clive

Essay on Milton

Essays on Milton and Addison

One volume.

Essay on Chatham

MACAULAY. Essay on Warren Hastings
Edited by JOSEPH V. DENNEY.

This edition will be found especially useful to pupils in composition
who are studying Macaulay for structure. The essay affords con-
spicuously excellent illustrations of all four forms of discourse, -
narration, description, exposition, and argumentation. The book
has a sketch of Macaulay's life, a bibliography, and also a map of

India and a portrait of Macaulay.
MILTON. Minor Poems
Edited by SAMUEL THURBER.

L'Allegro; Il Penseroso; Comus; Lycidas; Arcades; On the
Nativity; On Shakespeare; At a Solemn Music; Sonnets. The

edition has an introduction, notes, and a portrait of Milton.
Paradise Lost, Books I and II
Edited by HENRY W. BOYNTON:

This edition has the first two books of Paradise Lost complete and a résumé of the rest of the epic, with quotations of notable passages. The introduction has two plans and a description of the Miltonic universe. The frontispiece of this edition is a reproduction of Munkacsy's painting of the blind Milton dictating Paradise Lost to

his daughters. POPE. The Rape of the Lock

Edited by L. D. SYLE. (In Four English Poems.
An Essay on Criticism

Edited by GEORGE A. WATROUS. (In Selected Poems.
SCOTT. Ivanhoe
Edited by A. MARION MERRILL.

This edition is unusually complete both in introductory matter and
in notes. It is printed on bible paper to make it uniform in size
with the other volumes of the Academy Classics. The book is

illustrated from original drawings. The Lady of the Lake Edited by G. B. AITON.

In addition to the introduction and notes, this edition contains a

map of the Trosachs and vicinity and a portrait of Scott. Marmion Edited by MARY E. ADAMS.

This edition contains an introduction, notes, a glossary, a map ol the Marmion country, and a portrait of Scott.

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