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Checklist of the Little Blue Books (501-1000)


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LITTLE BLUE BOOKS
PUBLISHED BY E. HALDEMAN-JULIUS (1919-1951)

and by

HENRY J. HALDEMAN (1951-1976)

Numbers 501-1000


501a. Poems of Carew, Suckling, Lovelace and Herbert, with biographical introduction by Bartlett J. Whiting.
501b. How to Tie All Kinds of Knots [by] George Milburn.

502. Hippolytus, a Tragedy of Euripides, translated from the Greek by Alexander Harvey.

503a. August Strindberg: The Literary Enigma [by] Jules Moritzen.
503b. A Short History of the Civil War [by] Leo Markun.

504a. Matthew Arnold's Literature and Dogma, condensed by John Mason.
504b. The Myth of the Ride of Paul Revere [by] Virginius Dabney, with other iconoclastic articles.

505a. Proverbs of West Africa [by] C. J. Bender.
505b. New Lives for Old in Today's Russia [by] Anna Louise Strong.

506. Life of Voltaire (as seen by Georg Brandes) [by] Julius Moritzen.

507. Richard Wagner, an introduction [by] Isaac Goldberg.

508. A Guide to Bergson [by] James b. Thomas.

509a. The Ancient Regime (France Before the Revolution) [by] Louis R. Gottschalk.
509b. Are We Machines: Is Life Mechanical or Is It "Something Else"? a debate between Clarence Darrow and Will Durant.

510. Electric Energy: What It Does and Promises [by] Julius Moritzen.

511. King Oedipus [by] Sophocles, translated form the Greek by Alexander Harvey.

512. Voltaire and the French Enlightenment [by] Will Durant.

513. The Travels of Marco Polo [by] Charles J. Finger.

514. Hints on Writing Poetry [by] Clement Wood.

515. The Fall of Louis XVI [by] Louis R. Gottschalk.

516. Book of Real Adventures [by] Charles J. Finger.

517. Mark Twain, the philosopher Who Laughed at the World [by] Charles J. Finger.

518a. The Life and Works of Charles Dickens [by] Robert Swasey.
518b. How to Make All Kinds of Candy [by] Helene Paquin.

519. A Guide to Rabelais [by] Isaac Goldberg.

520. A Guide to Spinoza [by] Will Durant.

521. Life of John Brown [by] Michael Gold.

522. Life of Thomas Paine [by] John W. Gunn.

523. Life of Benjamin Franklin [by] John W. Gunn.

524. Death: And Its Problems [by] Hereward Carrington.

525. Life of Goethe (as seen by Georg Brandes) [by] Julius Moritzen.

526. Life of Julius Caesar (as seen by Georg Brandes) [by] Julius Mortizen.

527. A Guide to Aeschylus [by] Henry T. Schnittkind.

528. Life of Shakespeare (as seen by Georg Brandes) [by] Julius Moritzen.

529a. Walt Whitman: Bard of the West [by] Emily S. Hamblen.
529b. Woman - The Criminal [by] William J. Fielding.

530. Camoens: Central Figure of Portuguese Literature [by] Isaac Goldberg.

531. A Guide to Georg Brandes's "Main Currents in the 19th Century Literature" [by] Julius Moritzen.

532. Essays of Jesus [by] Alexander Harvey.

533. Essays on the Friends of Jesus [by] Alexander Harvey.

534. Honey and Gall [by] Llewelyn Powys.

535a. A Newspaperman's Estimate of the Fourth Gospel [by] Olin Wellington Archer.
535b. How to Play Golf [by] George E. Lardner.

536a. Free Fantasia on Books and Reading [by] Charles J. Finger.
536b. What the Woman Past Forty Should Know [by] William J. Fielding.

537. Life of Barnum, The Man Who Lured the Herd [by] Charles J. Finger.

538. Robin Hood and His Merry Men [by] Charles J. Finger.

539. None Beneath the King, Spanish Classical Tragedy in Three Acts [by] Francisco de Rojas Zorrilla, translated by Isaac Goldberg.

540. Stories in Yellow, Black White, Blue, Violet and Red [by] Remy de Gourmont.

541. Stories in Green, Zinzolin, Rose, Purple, Mauve, Lilac and Orange [by] Remy de Gourmont.

542. Essays on Power and Behavior [by] Ralph Waldo Emerson.

543. Essays on Experience and Politics [by] Ralph Waldo Emerson.

544. Essays on the Poet and Nature [by] Ralph Waldo Emerson.

545. Essays on Character and Manners [by] Ralph Waldo Emerson.

546. Essays on Love, Heroism and Prudence [by] Ralph Waldo Emerson.

547. Essays on Spiritual Laws and Circles [by] Ralph Waldo Emerson.

548. Essays on History and Intellect [by] Ralph Waldo Emerson.

549. Essays on Nominalist and Realist, Gifts and the Over-Soul [by] Ralph Waldo Emerson.

550. Essays on Art and Self-Reliance [by] Ralph Waldo Emerson.

551. Essays on Beauty and Worship [by] Ralph Waldo Emerson.

552. Essays on Fate and Illusions [by] Ralph Waldo Emerson.

553. Essays on Wealth and Culture [by] Ralph Waldo Emerson.

554. A Child's Garden of Verses [by] Robert Louis Stevenson.

555. The Structure of the Earth [by] Carroll Lane Fenton.

556. Hints on Etiquette [by] Esther Floyd.

557. Is the Moon a Dead World? [by] Maynard Shipley.

558. Great Pirates [by] Charles J. Finger.

559. Robinson Crusoe [by] Daniel Defoe, edited by Lloyd E. Smith.

560. Electra [by] Euripides, translated form the Original Greek by Alexander Harvey.

561. African Jungle Tales, collected and retold by C. J. Bender.

562. Antigone [by] Sophocles, translated from the Greek by Alexander Harvey.

563. New Light on Prehistoric Cultures [by] Maynard Shipley.

564. Volney's Ruins of Empires, edited by John Mason.

565. Magellan and the Pacific [by] Charles J. Finger.

566. Ernst Haeckel: Youth [by] Carroll Lane Fenton.

567. Darwin as a Naturalist [by] Carroll Lane Fenton.

568. Darwin and the Theory of Evolution [by] Carroll Lane Fenton.

569. Gotterdammerung: No. IV of the Nibelung's Ring [by] Theodore M. R. von Keler.

570. The Legend of Saint Julian the Hospitaller [by] Gustave Flaubert.

571. Kant's Critical Philosophy [by] Arch. B. D. Alexander.

572. The Beggar's Opera [by] John Gay.

573. The Gist of Herbert Spencer.

574. The Christian System, and Other Essays [by] Arthur Schopenhauer.

575. Essays in Ethics [by] Arthur Schopenhauer.

576. The Encheiridion, or Manual [by] Epictetus.

577. The Lifted Veil [by] George Eliot.

578. The Haunted House and Other Poems [by] George Sylvester Viereck.

579. The Three Sphinxes and Other Poems [by] George Sylvester Viereck.

580. A History of Polar Exploration and Adventure [by] Helen Putnam van Sicklen.

581. Lucretius on Life and Death, translated in the metre of Omar Khayyam by W. H. Matlock.

582. Philosophic Nights in Paris [by] Remy de Gourmont, translated by Isaac Goldberg.

583. The Jungle: Volume I [by] Upton Sinclair.

584. The Jungle: Volume II [by] Upton Sinclair.

585. The Jungle: Volume III [by] Upton Sinclair.

586. The Jungle: Volume IV [by] Upton Sinclair.

587. The Jungle: Volume V [by] Upton Sinclair.

588. The Jungle: Volume VI [by] Upton Sinclair.

589. The Pot Boiler, a Comedy in Four Acts [by] Upton Sinclair.

590. The Millennium, a Comedy of the Year 2000: Volume I [by] Upton Sinclair.

591. The Millennium, a Comedy of the Year 2000: Volume II [by] Upton Sinclair.

592. The Millennium, a Comedy of the Year 2000: Volume III [by] Upton Sinclair.

593. As a Man Thinketh [by] James Allen.

594. The Overman [by] Upton Sinclair.

595. The Happy Hypocrite [by] Max Beerbohm.

596. A History of Modern Mexico [by] Kermet E. Parker.

597a. Ernst Haeckel: Evolutionist [by] Carroll Lane Fenton.
597b. A Short History of the American Revolution [by] Leo Markun.

598. Ernst Haeckel: Philosophy [by] Carroll Lane Fenton.

599. Haeckel's Monistic Philosophy [by] Carroll Lane Fenton.

600. The Essence of the Bible, selected and edited by Henry C. Vedder.

601. Recollections of Oscar Wilde [by] Ernest La Jeunesse, Andre Gide and Franz Blei; translation and introduction by Percival Pollard.

602. The Great Pyramid of Egypt, the Sphynx, and the Religion and Magic of Ancient Egypt [by] Hereward Carrington.

603. The ABC of the Electron Theory of Matter [by] Maynard Shipley.

604. Life of Theodore Roosevelt [by] Charles J. Finger.

605. The Indians of the Pueblos [by] Flora Warren Seymour.

606a. The First French Republic [by] Louis R. Gottschalk.
606b. How to Play Chess [by] James Juvenal Hayes.

607. Solving the Mystery of the Comets [by] Maynard Shipley.

608. The Origin and Development of the Atomic Theory [by] Maynard Shipley.

609. Are the Planets Inhabited? [by] Maynard Shipley.

610. Life of Martin Luther [by] Henry C. Vedder.

611. H. L. Mencken [by] Isaac Goldberg.

612. Disraeli: England's Novelist-Premier [by] Lloyd E. Smith.

613. Ancient Philosophers [by] Vance Randolph.

614. Religious Philosophers [by] Vance Randolph.

615. Modern Philosophers [by] Vance Randolph.

616. The Lady of the Lake [by] Sir Walter Scott, edited, with introduction and notes, by Lloyd E. Smith.

617. Hamilcar: Great Man of Carthage [by] Gustave Flaubert; introduction by John W. Gunn.

618. Poems of William Wordsworth, edited with introduction and notes, by Nelson Antrim Crawford.

619. The Tragical History of Doctor Faustus [by] Christopher Marlowe.

620. John Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress, edited, with an introduction, by Lloyd E. Smith.

621. The Wit and Wisdom of Disraeli [by] Lloyd E. Smith.

622. Xenophon's Memorabilia of Socrates, edited, with an introduction, by Lloyd E. Smith.

623. Electra [by] Sophocles, translated from the original Greek by Alexander Harvey.

624. The Gospel of Luke, a New Translation, edited, according to modern literary form, by Henry C. Vedder.

625. The Gospel of Mark, translated and edited, according to modern literary form, by Henry C. Vedder.

626. Negro Songs, and Anthology, edited, with and introduction, by Clement Wood.

627. A Short History of the Jews [by] Clement Wood.

628. The Making of the Old Testament [by] Clement Wood.

629. Hand-book of Legal Forms [by] John W. Shannon.

630. The Second-Story Man [by] Upton Sinclair.

631. The Naturewoman [by] Upton Sinclair.

632. The Machine [by] Upton Sinclair.

633a. Prince Hagen [by] Upton Sinclair.
633b. Was Lenin a Great Man? [by] Anna Louise Strong.

634. A Captain of Industry, Being the Story of a Civilized Man: Volume 1 [by] Upton Sinclair.

635. A Captain of Industry, Being the Story of a Civilized Man: Volume 2 [by] Upton Sinclair.

636. The Greatest Thing in the World [by] Henry Drummond.

637a. Pax Vobiscum [by] Henry Drummond.
637b. Pocket Dictionary: English-German, German-English [by] Vance Randolph.

638. The Crime of Poverty, an Address by Henry George.

639. 4,000 Most Essential English Words (a basic literacy test).

640. The Apostate [by] Jack London.

641. The Philosophy of Immanuel Kant [by] Will Durant.

642. New Atlantis [by] Francis Bacon.

643. A Collection of Apothegms [by] Francis Bacon.

644a. Poem of the Cid: Volume I, translated by Archer M. Huntington, with introduction and notes by Nelson Antrim Crawford.
644b. Women Who Have Lived for Love [by] Leo Markun.

645a. Poem of the Cid: Volume II, translated by Archer M. Huntington, with introduction and notes by Nelson Antrim Crawford.
645b. Confidential Chats with Wives [by] Gloria Goddard.

646. The Spirit of Brazilian Literature [by] Isaac Goldberg.

647a. The Clouds [by] Aristophanes, translated from the original Greek by Alexander Harvey.
647b. The Truth about Los Angeles [by] Louis Adamic.

648a. Rejuvenation - Science's New Fountain of Youth [by] William J. Fielding.
648b. The Facts About Rejuvenation [by] Morris Fishbein.

649. A Defence of Cosmetics [by] Max Beerbohm.

650. KKK, the Kreed of the Klansmen, a Symposium by E. Haldeman-Julius and others.

651. How to Psycho-Analyze Yourself; a Confidential Analysis of your Personality [by] Daniel H. Bonus.

652. Is the Ku Klux Klan Constructive or Destructive? A Debate Between Imperial Wizard Evans, Israel Zangwill and Others; Reported by Edward Prive Bell, Staff Writer, the Chicago Daily News.

653. What Every Boy Should Know [by] William J. Fielding.

654. What Every Young Man Should Know [by] William J. Fielding.

655. What Every Young Woman Should Know [by] William J. Fielding.

656. What Every Married Man Should Know [by] William J. Fielding.

657. What Every Married Woman Should Know [by] William J. Fielding.

658a. Walking Tours [by] Robert Louis Stevenson.
658b. Toasts for All Occasions, edited by Clarice Cunningham.

659. The Lost Phoebe and Old Rogaum and His Theresa [by] Theodore Dreiser.

660. My Brother Paul, and W. L. S. [by] Theodore Dreiser.

661. Neurotic America and the Sex Impulse and Some Aspects of Our National Character [by] Theodore Dreiser.

662. Amusing Answers to Correspondents, and Other Pieces [by] Mark Twain.

663. Journalism in Tennessee, and Other Humorous Sketches [by] Mark Twain.

664. Oscar Wilde's Letters to Sarah Berhardt, edited by Sylvestre Dorian.

665. Sarah Berhardt's Love Letters to Sardou, edited by Sylvestre Dorian.

666. Sarah Berhardt as I Knew Her, Volume 1 [by] Sylvestre Dorian.

667. Sarah Berhardt as I Knew Her, Volume 2 [by] Sylvestre Dorian.

668. Humorous Fables [by] Mark Twain.

669. Josh Billings' Humorous Epigrams.

670. Josh Billings' Comical Lexicon, and Other Amusing Skits.

671. Moral Discourses of Epictetus, edited, with a foreword, by Lloyd E. Smith.

672. Illicit Love, and Other Stories [by] Boccaccio.

673. Tales of Love and Life [by] Boccaccio.

674. The Falcon, and Other Tales [by] Boccaccio.

675. Sarah Berhardt's Philosophy of Love, translated by Sylvestre Dorian.

676. Sarah Bernhardt's Love-Letters to Pierre Berton, translated by Sylvestre Dorian.

677a. Poems and Prose of William Blake, edited, with introduction and notes, by Floyd Dell.
677b. What can a Free Man Worship? [by] Bertrand Russell.

678. E. Haldeman-Julius - The Man and His Work [by] John W. Gunn.

679. Chemistry for Beginners [by] Hereward Carrington.

680. Louis Pasteur, The Man and His Work [by] Morris Fishbein.

681. Spelling Self Taught [by] Lloyd E. Smith.

682. Grammar Self Taught [by] Lloyd E. Smith.

683. Punctuation Self Taught [by] Lloyd E. Smith.

684. Essence of Judaism (a Guide to Fact of Jewish Law and life) [by] Rabbi Leo Jung.

685. Practical Hints on Interior Decoration [by] b. Russell Herts.

686. Records of Evolution [by] Mildred Adams Fenton and Carroll Lane Fenton.

687. U.S. Constitution, Declaration of Independence and the Monroe Doctrine.

688. Teeth and Mouth Hygiene [by] Louis Reiss, D.D.S. and William J. Fielding.

689. Woman's Sexual Life [by] William J. Fielding.

690. Man's Sexual Life [by] William J. Fielding.

691. The Child's Sexual Life [by] William J. Fielding.

692. Homo-Sexual Life [by] William J. Fielding.

693a. Memorandum Book.
693b. New Experiments in Animal Psychology [by] Vance Randolph, drawings by Peter Quinn.

694. The Evidence for Evolution [by] Carroll Lane Fenton.

695. Embryology and Its Evidence for Evolution [by] Carroll Lane Fenton.

696. How to Pronounce 4000 Proper Names [by] Lloyd E. Smith.

697. 4000 Words Often Mispronounced [by] Lloyd E. Smith.

698. Tales of Chicago Streets [by] Ben Hecht.

699. Broken Necks, and Other Stories [by] Ben Hecht.

700. The Story of Schopenhauer's Philosophy [by] Will Durant.

701a. Poems of Robert Herrick, edited, with an Introduction, by Floyd Dell.
701b. Why I Am a Heretic [by] Harry Hibschman.

702. Cup-Bearers of Wine and Hellebore [by] Llewelyn Powys.

703. Physiology Self Taught [by] Vance Randolph.

704a. Diderot and the French Encyclopedists, by John W. Gunn.
704b. What You Should Know About Palmistry [by] Leo Markun.

705a. Charles Lamb and His Friends [by] John W. Gunn.
705b. 100 Professions for Women [by] Betty Van Deventer.

706. The Bible: Should It Be in the School Room? The Question Considered Legally, Morally and Religiously [by] Franklin Steniner.

707. Epigrams of Love, Life and Laughter [by] Anatole France, selected and translated by Sylvestre Dorian.

708. An Introduction to Philology (the science of language) [by] Clement Wood.
Note: also entitled The Romance of Words, an Introduction to Philology [by] Clement Wood.

709. Sociology for Beginners [by] Clement Wood.

710. Botany for Beginners [by] Clement Wood.

711a. The Sociology of Lester Ward [by] Clement Wood.
711b. Odd Facts About American Life, a Symposium.

712. Shelley and the Women He Loved [by] Clement Wood.

713. Byron and the Women He Loved [by] Clement Wood.

714. Emerson: the Man and His Works [by] Clement Wood.

715. Auction Bridge for Beginners [by] Clement Wood.

716. Mother Goose, An Anthology, with and introduction, by Clement Wood.

717. Modern Sexual Morality [by] Clement Wood.

718. Great Women of Antiquity [by] Clement Wood.

719. Poetry of the Southern States, edited, with a foreword, by Clement Wood.

720. The Intelligence of Invertebrate Animals [by] Maynard Shipley.

721. The Intelligence of Vertebrate Animals [by] Maynard Shipley.

722. Electricity and Life [by] Maynard Shipley.

723. Soviet Form of Government, Its Application to Western Civilization.

724a. Short Poems of Frederick Holderlin, English Versions, with a biographical introduction, by Pierre Loving.
724b. Address at the Grave of Luther Burbank [by] Judge Ben B. Lindsey.

725. Zoology Self Taught [by] Vance Randolph, drawings by Peter Quinn.

726. Simple Facts About Venereal Diseases [by] Joseph H. Greer.

727. The Psychology of the Affections [by] Vance Randolph.

728. Life Among the Bees [by] Vance Randolph, drawings by Peter Quinn.

729a. Poe's Marginalia, edited by Isaac Goldberg.
729b. How to Budget the Family Income [by] Josephine Headen.

730a. Poe as a Literary Critic, by Isaac Goldberg.
730b. Mistresses of Today [by] Leo Markun.

731a. Critical Excerpts from Poe, edited, with introduction and notes, by Isaac Goldberg.
731b. The Mental Differences Between Men and Women; Neither of the Sexes Is to an Important Extent Superior to the Other [by] Leo Markun.

732. The Spirit of Yiddish Literature [by] Isaac Goldberg.

733. Brazilian Short Stories [by] Monteiro Lobato, with an Introduction by Isaac Goldberg.

734. A Book of Useful Phrases, selected and arranged by Lloyd E. Smith.

735. Confessions of St. Augustine, edited, with introduction by Lloyd E. Smith.

736. Morals of Seneca, edited, with a foreword, by Lloyd E. Smith.

737. Thoughts on the Meaning of Life [by] Joseph Joubert, edited, with an introduction, by Lloyd E. Smith.

738. Poor Richard's Almanac [by] Benjamin Franklin, edited by Lloyd E. Smith.

739. Tales in Verse of Terror and Wonder, edited by Lloyd E. Smith.

740. Poems of William Cullen Bryant, edited, with introduction and notes, by Nelson Antrim Crawford.

741. Poems of John Greenleaf Whittier, edited, with introduction and notes, by Nelson Antrim Crawford.

742. Poems of Ralph Waldo Emerson, edited, with introduction and notes, by Nelson Antrim Crawford.

743. Great Christian Hymns, edited, with introduction and notes, by Nelson Antrim Crawford.

744. Poems of Percy Bysshe Shelley, edited, with introduction and notes, by Nelson Antrim Crawford.

745. Montes: The Matador [by] Frank Harris.

746. A Daughter of Eve [by] Frank Harris.

747. The True Story of Eleonora Duse's Love Affair With D'Annunzio [by] Luigi Dei Riccio.

748a. A History of Social Ideals (from ancient to modern times) [by] W. b. Mahan.
748b. Elementary Plane Geometry Self Taught [by] Lawrence a. Barrett.

749. Camping, Woodcraft and Wildcraft [by] Raymond S. Spears.

750. Helpful Hints for Hikers; How to Get the Most Out of Touring on Foot [by] Raymond S. Spears.

751a. Wit and Wisdom of Walter Scott, selected from the Letters and Diaries of Scott by Robert Swasey.
751b. Hints on How to Merchandise [by] Ralph Cheyney.

752a. The Life and Works of Walter Scott [by] Robert Swasey.
752b. Facts You Should Know About California [by] Louis Adamic and Others.

753. The Essence of Catholicism [by] Ralph W. Church.

754a. History of the New York Indians [by] Flora Warren Seymour.
754b. An International Dictionary of Authors [by] Leo Markun.

755a. The Five Civilized American Indian Tribes [by] Flora Warren Seymour.
755b. Life Among Hollywood's "Extra" Girls [by] Edgcumb Pinchon.

756. The Story of the Sioux Indians [by] Flora Warren Seymour.

757a. The Consulate of Napoleon Bonaparte [by] Louis R. Gottschalk.
757b. Facts You Should Know About Today's South; a Symposium.

758. The Frogs [by] Aristophanes, translated from the Greek by Alexander Harvey.

759a. The Birds, a Comedy [by] Aristophanes, translated from the original Greek by Alexander Harvey.
759b. How to Conquer Stupidity [by] Leo Markun.

760. Agamemnon [by] Aeschylus, translated from the Greek by Henry T. Schnittkind.

761. Food and Diet in Relation to Life and Health [by] Hereward Carrington.

762. Optimism or Pessimism: Which is the More Reasonable Philosophy of Life? [by] Henry Frank and Percy Ward.

763. The Gist of Burton's Anatomy of Melancholy [by] Charles J. Finger.

764. Hints on Writing Book-Reviews [by] Leo Markun.

765. Life of Francis of Assisi [by] Henry C. Vedder.

766. Gallant Cassian, a Puppet-Play, [by] Arthur Schnitzler, translated from the third edition of the original by Adam L. Gowans.

767a. Hauptmann and Sudermann: Two German Dramatists [by] George Seibel.
767b. What You Should Know About Astrology [by] Leo Markun.

768a. A Guide to the Philosophy of the German Idealists [by] Ernest Brucken.
768b. The Best Jokes About Lawyers, edited by George Milburn.

769. Life of Thomas Jefferson [by] John W. Gunn.

770a. Talks with Lamb, Coleridge and Goethe (Henry Crabb Robinson), edited by John W. Gunn.
770b. Adventures of Kit Carson: Frontier Hero [by] Stanley Vestal.

771. The Humor of "Bill" Nye, edited, with an introduction, by John W. Gunn.

772. The Philosophy of Herbert Spencer [by] Will Durant.

773a. Pictures of Travel [by] Heinrich Heine, selected and translated by Bayard Quincy Morgan, with an introductory note by George Sylvester Vierick.
773b. Good Habits and How to Form Them [by] Leo Markun.

774. Famous German Poems, edited, with introduction and notes, by Margaret Munsterberg.

775a. Modern German Poetry, translated, with an introduction, by Ludwig Lewisohn.
775b. First Aid for Investors [by] C. L. Byrne.

776. The Foundations of Science [by] a. G. Miller.

777a. Revolt in German Drama [by] Pierre Loving.
777b. The Riddle of Human Behavior [by] Harry Hibschman.

778. Facts You Should Know about the Environment of Life [by] Carroll Lane Fenton.

779. The Fitness of Life [by] Carroll Lane Fenton.

780. The Blessed Damozel and Other Poems [by] Dante Gabriel Rossetti, edited, with an introduction, by George Sylvester Viereck.

781a. The House of Life a Sonnet Sequence [by] Dante Gabriel Rossetti, edited, with an introduction by George Sylvester Viereck.
781b. Catholicism and Sex [by] Gerald Harrington.

782. Psycho-Analysis and the Link Between Mind and Body [by] Daniel H. Bonus.

783. Mandalay, and Other Poems [by] Rudyard Kipling.

784. Association Tests Used in Psycho-Analysis [by] Daniel H. Bonus.

785. Ballads of Sir Walter Scott, with foreword, and notes, by Lloyd E. Smith.

786a. Panthea, and Other Poems [by] Oscar Wilde, edited by George Sylvester Viereck.
786b. Catherine the Great and Her Lovers [by] Leo Markun.

787. The Harlot's House and Other Poems [by] Oscar Wilde, edited, with an introduction, by George Sylvester Vierick.

788a. Warbeck and Other Poems [by] Lord Alfred Douglas with an introduction, by George Sylvester Viereck.
788b. The American Negro and His Problems [by] Walter White.

789a. The City of the Soul, and Other Sonnets [by] Lord Alfred Douglas, with and introduction by George Sylvester Viereck.
789b. A Digest of U.S. Marriage and Divorce Laws [by] Frank O. Eagin.

790. Poems of Francois Villon, edited, with introduction and notes, by George Sylvester Viereck.

791. Poems and Ballads [by] Algernon Charles Swinburne, with an introduction by George Sylvester Viereck.

792. The Triumph of Time, and Other Poems [by] John Davidson, edited, with and introduction, by George Sylvester Viereck.

793. A Ballad of a Nun, and Other Poems [by] John Davidson, edited, with an introduction, by George Sylvester Viereck.

794. The "Patent Medicine" and the Public Health [by] Arthur J. Cramp.

795. Gunga Din, and Other Poems [by] Rudyard Kipling.

796. Life Among the Butterflies [by] Vance Randolph, drawings by Peter Quinn.

797. Twenty Years Among African Negroes [by] C. J. Bender.

798. Religious and Ethical Beliefs of African Negroes, Duala and Wakweliland [by] C. J. Bender.

799. The Deserted Village [by] Oliver Goldsmith, introduction by Clyde K. Hyder.

800. Sex in Psychoanalysis [by] Clement Wood.

801a. The Knights; a Comedy, Translated from the original Greek by Alexander Harvey.
801b. A Rapid Calculator; How to Make Rapid Arithmetical Calculations, edited by George Milburn.

802. Contemporary European Philosophers: Bergson, Croce, and Bertrand Russell [by] Dr. Will Durant.

803. Costa Rican Tales [by] Ricardo Fernandez Guardia,introduction by Isaac Goldberg.

804. Freud on Sleep and Sexual Dreams [by] Anton S. Booker.

805. Beekeeping for Profit [by] Vance Randolph, drawings by Peter Quinn.

806. The Nature of Science [by] Carroll Lane Fenton.

807. African Negro Folk Tales, Retold by Faith Maris.

808. Man's Debt to the Sun [by] Maynard Shipley.

809. What the Editor's Wife is Thinking About [by] Marcet Haldeman-Julius.

810a. Mexican Poetry, An Anthology, edited, with introduction and notes, by Isaac Goldberg.
810b. Some Polite Scandals of Parisian Life, translated form the original French by Keene Wallis.

811. Genetics for Beginners (Phases of Biology Dealing with Heredity and Variation) [by] Carroll Lane Fenton.

812. An Introduction to Heredity [by] Carroll Lane Fenton.

813. Contemporary American Philosophers; Santayana, James, and Dewey [by] Will Durant.

814a. Carl Sandburg, the Man and His Poetry [by] Harry Hansen.
814b. How to Raise and Train Cats and Dogs [by] Clarice Cunningham.

815. A Book of Familiar Quotations, selected and arranged by Lloyd E. Smith.

816. Popular Shakespearian Quotations, selected and arranged by Lloyd E. Smith.

817a. The Acharnians [by] Aristophanes, translated form the original Greek by Alexander Harvey.
817b. Her Burning Secret; a Dramatic and Mocking Story of Modern Marriage [by] Pierre Valdagne, translated from the French by Keen Wallis.

818. Life Among the Dragonflies [by] Vance Randolph, drawings by Peter Quinn.

819. A Book of Strange Murders [by] Charles J. Finger.

820a. Max Stirner and the Philosophy of the Individual [by] Leo Markun.
820b. Best Jokes about Married Life, by Clarice Cunningham.

821. How to Improve Your Vocabulary [by] Lloyd E. Smith.

822. Rhetoric Self Taught [by] Lloyd E. Smith.

823. English Composition Self Taught [by] Lloyd E. Smith.

824. Torquemada and the Spanish Inquisition [by] Clement Wood.

825. Proverbs of Turkey, edited by J. J. Manis.

826. More Animals of Ancient Lands [by] Carroll Lane Fenton.

827. Life Among the Apes and Monkeys [by] Carroll Lane Fenton.

828. The Wisdom of the Ages and Other Stories [by] Anatole France, translated by Conrad Seiler.

829. Voltaire, a Lecture [by] Clarence S. Darrow.

830. The Cross Word Puzzle Book for Children: No. 1, with explanatory forward and full hints for solving [by] Clement Wood.

831. The Cross Word Puzzle Book: No. 1, with explanatory forward and full hints for solving [by] Clement Wood.

832. The Life and Poems of Catullus [by] Miriam Allen deFord.

833. Life Among the Ants [by] Vance Randolph.

834a. Peace [by] Aristophanes, translated from the Original Greek by Alexander Harvey.
834b. The Younger Generation and Its Attitude toward Life [by] Ralph Oppenheim.

835. A Handbook of Useful Tables [by] Lloyd E. Smith.

836. Bluebeard, Cinderella, and Other Tales [by] Charles Perrault, retold by Lloyd E. Smith.

837. Greek Physics and Modern Science (from Thales to Heracli- tus) [by] Maynard Shipley.

838a. Dialogue of the Dead [by] Bernard le Bovier de Fontennelle, translated by Phyllis Playter.
838b. Life among Parisian Puppets of Fashion [by] Lamar Middleton.

839. Anatole France: The Man and His Work [by] Dr. Will Durant.

840. Conventional Lies of Our Civilization [by] Max Nordau, edited by Leo Markun.

481a. Italian Lyric Poetry: An Anthology, edited by Isaac Goldberg.
841b. The Future of Religion [by] Joseph McCabe.

842a. The Wasps [by] Aristophanes, translated from the Original Greek by Alexander Harvey.
842b. Best Jokes of 1926, edited by Clarice Cunningham. Note: "of 1926" is routed from the Electrotype Plates used in Printings from 1927 on.

843a. George Jean Nathan: A Critical Study [by] Isaac Goldberg.
843b. Can the Individual Control His Conduct? Is Man a "Free Agent" or is He the Slave of His Biological Equipment? A Debate Between Clarence Darrow and Dr. Thomas V. Smith.

844. A Voyage to Lilliput, from Jonathan Swift's "Gulliver's Travels", edited by Lloyd E. Smith.

845a. An Introduction of Chaucer [by] Leo Markun.
845b. What You Should Know About Fortune Telling [by] Leo Markun.

846a. Sonnets of a Portrait-Painter, Together with Two Other Sonnet Sequences [by] Arthur Davison Ficke.
846b. Growing into Womanhood [by] Gloria Goddard.

847. Card Games and How to Play Them, based on Edmond Hoyle [by] Lloyd E. Smith.

488. Poems about Jesus, edited, with introduction and notes, by Nelson Antrim Crawford.

849. Poems of Oliver Wendell Holmes, edited, with introduction and notes, by Nelson Antrim Crawford.

850a. The Captives [by] Plautus, translated from the original Latin by Alexander Harvey.
850b. Bad Habits and How to 'Break Them [by] Leo Markun.

851. Sources of Bible Myths and Legends [by] Maynard Shipley. 852a. The Pot of Gold (Aulularia) [by] Platus, translated from the original Latin by Alexander Harvey.
852b. What is Wrong with the Newspapers? [by] David Warren Ryder, William Charels, and others.

853. How to Know the Song Birds [by] Vance Randolph, drawings by Peter Quinn.

854. Life of Ignatius Loyola [by] Henry C. Vedder.

855. How to Write Letter for All Occasions [by] Lloyd E. Smith.

856. Arithmetic Self Taught: Part I [by] Lloyd E. Smith.

857. Arithmetic Self Taught: Part II [by] Lloyd E. Smith.

858a. The Three Coin Man (Trinummus) [by] Plautus, translated from the original Latin by Alexander Harvey.
858b. The Psychology of Leadership, What Makes it Possible for Individuals to Control and Move the Masses? [by] Leo Markun.

859. The Enjoyment of Music, Chapters on Musical Appreciation [by] Isaac Goldberg.

860. Our Insect Enemies [by] Vance Randolph, drawings by Peter Quinn.

861. Behaviorism: The Newest Psychology [by] Newell R. Tripp.

862. German Self Taught [by] Vance Randolph.

863a. The Brothers (Adelphi) [by] Terence, translated from the Latin by Alexander Harvey.
863b. The Bunk of Modern Advertising, a Symposium.

864. Confidential Chats With Husbands [by] Wilfrid Lay.

865. Hands, and Other Stories [by] Sherwood Anderson.

866. The Untold Lie, and Other Stories [by] Sherwood Anderson.

867. Cicero as Revealed in His Letters [by] Miriam Allen Deford.

868. Some General Hints on Self-Improvement [by] Lloyd E. Smith.

869a. The Woman from Andros (Andria) [by] Terence, translated from the Latin by Alexander Harvey.
869b. Best Jokes of 1927, edited by Aubrey C. Roselle.

870. Tuberculosis: Its Cause and Prevention [by] Esmond R. Long.

871. Love Letters of Abelard and Heloise, edited by Lloyd E. Smith.

872. A Manual of Parliamentary Law, Rules for Proceeding and Debate [by] Lloyd E. Smith.

873. Dwellers of the Ponds [by] Carroll Lane Fenton.

874. The Lower Invertebrate Animals [by] Carroll Lane Fenton.

875. Diabetes: Its Cause and Its Treatment with Insulin [by] Russell M. Wilder.

876. Curiosities of Mathematics [by] Edward Condon.

877. French Cooking for Amateurs [by] Faith Maris.

878. The Empire of Napoleon [by] Louis R. Gottschalk.

879a. Poems of Phillip Freneau, Poet of the American Revolution, edited, with introduction and notes, by Nelson Antrim Crawford.
879b. The Best Jokes About Preachers, edited by George Milburn.

880a. Octavia [by] Seneca, translated from the Latin by Alexander Harvey.
880b. What I Saw in Russia, Informal Report of an American's Tour of the Country Ruled by the Soviets [by] Arthur Garfield Hays.

881a. Areopagitica, a Speech for the Liberty of Unlicensed Printing [by] John Milton, abridged and edited, with introduction and notes, by Nelson Antrim Crawford.
881b. Interior Decoration for the Small Home [by] Clarice Cunningham.

882a. Thyestes [by] Seneca, translated from the Latin by Alexander Harvey.
882b. The Psychology of Character Building [by] Leo Markun.

883. Debate on Capital Punishment [by] Clarence Darrow, negative; Judge Alfred J. Talley, affirmative.

884. Debate on Prohibition [by] Clarence Darrow, Negative; John Haynes Holmes, affirmative.

885. How to Know the Spiders [by] Vance Randolph, drawings by Peter Quinn.

886. The Piece of String and other Stories [by] Guy De Maupassant.

887. The Necklace and Other Stories [by] Guy de Maupassant.

888. Memoirs of Madame De Stael, edited by Lloyd E. Smith.

889a. Agamemnon [by] Seneca, translated from the Latin by Alexander Harvey.
889b. Jokes and Clever Sayings about Kissing, edited by Lloyd E. Smith.

890. Epigrams of Nietzsche, selected by Charles Weisberg.

891a. Lucretius on "The Nature of Things", translated, with an introduction, by Miriam Allen De Ford.
891b. Your Talent and How to Develop it [by] James Oppenheim.

892a. Restoration and Reaction in France, 1814-1815 [by] Louis R. Gottschalk.
892b. Follies of Lovers, Six Tales of the Miles and Sights of Merry and Miserable Creatures [by] Catulle Mendes, translated from the French by Keen Wallis.

893. Five Hundred Riddles, Conundrums and Problems, selected by Lloyd E. Smith.

894. Hints on How to Advertise [by] E. Ralph Cheyney.

895. Astronomy for Beginners [by] Hereward Carrington.

896a. The Augustan Poets of Rome [by] Miriam Allen DeFord.
896b. The Wages of Sin and Six Dollars [by] Wilbur Daniel Steele.

897. The Enjoyment of Reading, notes on the Appreciation of Literature [by] Isaac Goldberg.

898. A Short History of Japan [by] Helen Putnam Van Sicklen.

899. Rome as viewed by Tacitus and Juvenal [by] Miriam Allen deFord.

900a. The Self Tormentor (Heauton Timorumenos) [by] Terence, translated from the Latin by Alexander Harvey.
900b. An Arabian Marriage and "Arab Stuff" [by] Wilbur Daniel Steele.

901a. Oedipus at Colonus [by] Sophocles, translated from the original Greek by Alexander Harvey.
901b. Woman, the Eternal Primitive [by] William J. Fielding.

902. A Dictionary of Foreign Words and Phrases in Frequent Use in English Contexts [by] Lloyd E. Smith.

903. Syphilis: A Brief Treatise for the Intelligent Public [by] Lloyd E. Smith.

904. Sex Symbolism [by] William J. Fielding.

905. A Dictionary of Biblical Allusions [by] Lloyd E. Smith.

906a. Iphigeneia at Aulis [by] Euripides, translated from the original Greek by Alexander Harvey.
906b. A Devil of a Fellow and the Yellow Cat [by] Wilbur Daniel Steele.

907. Sexual Obsessions of Saints and Mystics [by] William J. Fielding.

908. Brief Burlesques and Epigrams [by] E. Haldeman-Julius.

909. Amorous Tales of the Monks, from the "Gesta Romanorum," edited, with an introduction, by Lloyd E. Smith.

910. Is Life Worth Living? A Debate (between) Frederick Starr - Clarence Darrow.

911. Is the Human Race Getting Anywhere? A Debate (between) Frederick Starr - Clarence Darrow.

912. The God From the Machine and Other Stories [by] Rudyard Kipling.

913. Blue Jack and Other Stories [by] Rudyard Kipling.

914. On the City Wall and Other Stories [by] Rudyard Kipling.

915. Mad and Other Stories [by] Guy de Maupassant.

916. A Night in Whitechapel and Other Stories [by] Guy De Maupassant.

917. Room Number Eleven and Other Stories [by] Guy de Maupassant.

918. The Man with the Blue Eyes and Other Stories [by] Guy de Maupassant.

919. The Clown and Other Stories [by] Guy de Maupassant.

920. A Queer Night in paris and Other Stories [by] Buy de Maupassant.

921. Madame Tellier's Establishment and Other Stories [by] Guy de Maupassant.

922. A Wife's Confession and Other Stories [by] Guy de Maupassant.

923. The Magic Glasses and Other Stories [by] Frank Harris.

924. The Miracle of the Stigmati and Other Stories [by] Frank Harris.

925. The Empire of the Ants and Other Stories [by] H. G. Wells.

926. The Obliterated man and Other Stories [by] H. G. Wells.

927. The Stolen Bacillus and Other Stories [by] H. G. Wells.

928. The Religion of a Darwinist (Conway memorial lecture delivered at South Place Institute, London, England, on March 26, 1925. ) [by] Sir Arthur Keith, F.R.S.

929. Maxims of Love [by] Stendhal.

930. An Idle Excursion [by] Mark Twain.

931. The Stolen White Elephant and Other Stories [by] Mark Twain.

932. A Curious Experience and Other Amusing Pieces [by] Mark Twain.

933. The Skelton in the Closet [by] Clarence Darrow.

934. Realism in Literature and Art [by] Clarence Darrow.

935. The Necessity of Atheism [by] Percy Bysshe Shelley.

936. Essay on Christianity [by] Percy Bysshe Shelley.

937. A Refutation of Deism [by] Percy B. Shelley.

938. French Tales of Passion and Cruelty.

939. Tales of Imaginative Science [by] Edgar Allen Poe.

940. Tales Grotesque an Weird [by] Edgar Allan Poe.

941. Tales Psychological and Gruesome [by] Edgar Allen Poe.

942. Great Detective Stories [by] Anton Chekhov [and] Wilkie Collins.

943. Masterpieces of Mystery [by] Edgar Allan Poe [and] Villiers de L'Isle Adam.

944. Masterpieces of Adventure [by] Robert Louis Stevenson, Washington Irving, [and] Leonid Andreyev.

945. Tales of Oriental Life [by] Sir Hugh Clifford, Washington Irving, [and] Nathan Parker Willis.

946. Tales of Desert Places [by] Bret Harte, Stephen Crane, [and] Selma Langerloff.

947. The Queen of Spades and The Postmaster [by] Alexander S. Pushkin.

948. Famous Russian Stories.

949. The Cloak [by] Nikolay V. Gogol, and Other Russian Stories.

950. The Determination of Sex [by] William J. Fielding.

951. An Amateur Peasant Girl and Other Stories [by] Alexander S. Pushkin.

952. Souvenirs, Memories of a Varied Life [by] Emile Zola.

953. Jean Gourdon's Four Days: Four Seasons of a Great Love [by] Emile Zola.

954. A Bath and Other Stories [by] Emile Zola.

955. Italian Tales of Heroism and Romance.

956. Italian Tales of Love and Revenge.

957. Italian Tales of Realism and Passion.

958. Love Tales of Italian Life.

959. Masterpieces of American Humor.

960. Masterpieces of American Wit.

961. Humorous Verse (17th and 18th century), an Anthology.

962. Comic Poems (18th and 19th century), an Anthology.

963. A Book of French Love-Artists [by] Arthur Symons.

964a. Modern English Men of Letter [by] Arthur Symons.
964b. How to Be Happy Though Married [by] James Oppenheim.

965. Life Philosophies of Literary Masters [by] Arthur Symons.

966a. Studies in Prose [by] Arthur Symons.
966b. The Dawn of Rational Sex Ethics [by] T. Swann Harding and others.

967. The Pace of Youth and Other Stories [by] Stephen Crane.

968. The Upturned Face and Other Stories [by] Stephen Crane.

969. Tales of the Strange and Supernatural [by] Arthur Machen.

970. Out of the Earth and Other Sketches [by] Arthur Machen.

971. Book of Humorous Anecdotes.

972. Popular Joke Book.

973. Ten O'Clock, Lecture [by] Whistler.

974. The Ordeal of Prohibition [by] Clarence Darrow.

975. Cleopatra and Her Loves [by] Clement Wood.

976. Casanova and the Women He Loved [by] Clement Wood.

977. Pope Alexander VI and His Loves [by] Clement Wood.

978. The Psychology of Jung [by] James Oppenheim.

979. Modern Greek Proverbs, compiled by Takiss Georgis.

980. How I Psycho-Analyzed Myself [by] James Oppeheim.

981. Songs for the New Age [by] James Oppeheim.

982. The Real Mary Baker Eddy [by] Clement Wood.

983. The Truth about Christian Science [by] Clement Wood.

984. Harmony Self Taught [by] Isaac Goldberg.

985. A Psycho-Analysis of America [by] James Oppenheim.

986. How to Talk and Debate [by] Clement Wood.

987. The Art of Kissing [by] Clement Wood.

988. How to Win a Mate (The Art of Courtship) [by] Clement Wood.

989. The Hunting of the Snark [by] Lewis Carroll.

990. Wagner's Great Love Affair [by] Ralph Oppenheim.

991. Notes for My Biographer, Terse Paragraphs on Life and Letters [by] E. W. Howe.

992. Sinner Sermons, a Selection of the Best Paragraphs of E. W. Howe.

993. Preaching from the Audience [by] E. W. Howe.

994. Physics Self Taught [by] Maynard Shipley.

995. How to Teach Yourself to Play the Piano [by] Maynard Shipley.

996. Dual and Multiple Personality [by] William J. Fielding.

997. Simple Recipes for Home Cooking [by] Gaylord Du Bois.

998. How to Make Money in Wall Street [by] J. George Frederick.

999. Latin Self Taught [by] Miriam Allen De Ford.

A-1000. 1924 Republican and Democratic Platforms. [1924.]
1000. Wonders of Radium [by] Maynard Shipley. [1926.] Copyright renewed 4 May 1953.

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