Selected Essays

Among the numerous literary works titled Selected Essays are the following:

  • Selected Essays (Frederick Douglass) by Frederick Douglass
  • Selected Essays (T. S. Eliot) by T. S. Eliot
  • Selected Essays (William Troy) by William Troy

Other articles related to "selected, selected essays, essays":

E. San Juan, Jr. - Selected Works
... Rice Grains Selected Poems of Amado V ... Joyce and the Craft of Fiction (1972) Marxism and Human Liberation Selected Essays by Georg Lukács (1972) Carlos Bulosan and the Imagination of the Class Struggle (1972), reprinted 1975 by ... Toward a People's Literature Essays in the Dialectics of Praxis and Contradiction in Philippine Writing (1984), reprinted 2006 by the University of the Philippines Press ...
Michael Wilding (writer) - Work
... His fiction, essays and reviews have appeared in the New Yorker, Harpers, Review of Contemporary Fiction, London Magazine, Gangway, Granta, Stand, Bananas, Overland, Meanjin ... Wives The True Adventures of Dr John Dee Sir Edward Kelly, which Peter Porter selected as one of The Economist Books of the Year 'The story of Queen Elizabeth I's necromancer, John Dee, as transcribed from original ... the modern reader.' A festschrift in his honour, Running Wild Essays, Fictions and Memoirs Presented to Michael Wilding, edited by David Brooks and Brian Kiernan, was published in 2004 ...
Ann Oakley - Publications - Non-Fiction
... (1986) Telling the Truth about Jerusalem Selected essays ... (1986) The rights and Wrongs of women (Selected essays edited with Juliet Mitchell) ... (1986) What is Feminism? (Selected essays edited with Juliet Mitchell) ...

Famous quotes containing the words essays and/or selected:

    What are these essays but grotesque and monstrous bodies, pieced together of different members, without any definite shape, without any order, coherence, or proportion, except they be accidental?
    Michel de Montaigne (1533–1592)

    The best history is but like the art of Rembrandt; it casts a vivid light on certain selected causes, on those which were best and greatest; it leaves all the rest in shadow and unseen.
    Walter Bagehot (1826–1877)