Balzac Library (Tucker Publishing Company)

[Numbers in parentheses are the numbers printed on the pamphlet.]

  1. (1) Nathaniel Hawthorne, The Ghost of Doctor Harris (February 19, 1900) [Hathi]
  2. (2) Hannah Lynch, Zola vs. Tolstoi: or, “Fecundity” vs. “The Kreutzer Sonata” (February 20, 1900) [Hathi]
  3. (3) Gaston Deschamps, Tolstoi’s “Resurrection” (February 21, 1900) [Hathi]
  4. (4) Woods Hutchinson, Animal Chivalry (March 1, 1900) [Hathi]

  1. (1) J. A. Hobson, Capitalism and Imperialism in South Africa (March 2, 1900) [Hathi]
  2. (2) John Morley, Was the War a Necessity? (March 3, 1900) [Hathi]
  3. (3) Richard Le Gallienne, Grant Allen (March 5, 1900) [Hathi]
  4. (4) Grant Allen, Luigi and the Salvationist (March 6, 1900) [Hathi]
  5. (5) Joseph Jacobs, The Mean Englishman (March 7, 1900) [Hathi]
  6. (6) A. A. Campbell Swinton, Electrical Engineering and the Municipalities (March 8, 1900) [Hathi]
  7. (7) George Moore, A Preface to “The Bending of the Bough” (March 9, 1900) [Hathi]
  8. (8) Jakob Hilditsch, An Idyl (March 10, 1900) [Hathi]
  9. (9) W. H. Mallock, The Logic of Non-Dogmatic Christianity (March 11, 1900) [Hathi]
  10. (10) Paul Herbert, The Prince of Journalists (March 13, 1900) [Hathi]
  11. (11) Joseph Jacobs, The Dying of Death (March 14, 1900) [Hathi]
  12. (12) J. Hurst Hayes, The Medici Woman (March 15, 1900) [Hathi]
  13. (13) August Strinberg, Have Plants Nerves? (March 16, 1900) [Hathi]
  14. (14) Maximilian Harden, The Germany of To-day (March 17, 1900) [Hathi]
  15. (14) Lord Hobhouse, Nineteenth or Twentieth? The Battle of the Centuries (March 19, 1900) [Hathi]
  16. (15) F. N. Maude, Military Training and Modern Weapons (March 20, 1900) [Hathi]
  17. (16) Guy de Maupassant, The Death-Watch (March 21, 1900) [Hathi]
  18. (17) Timm Kröger, The Tailor’s Shears (March 22, 1900) [Hathi]
  19. (18) Paul Pfitzner, Five Thousand Years Ago (March 23, 1900) [Hathi]
  20. (19) Julia Wedgwood, John Ruskin (March 24, 1900) [Hathi]
  21. (20) Henry Bordeaux, Balzac as Lover (March 27, 1900) [Hathi]
  22. (21) Maurice Baring, Goethe and Victor Hugo: A Comparison (March 26, 1900) [Hathi]
  23. (22) Frederick G. Aflalo, The Ethics of Performing Animals (March 28, 1900) [Hathi]
  24. (23) Nenne Moberg, Disappointed (March 29, 1900) [Hathi]
  25. (24) K. Balmont, Two Sea-Gulls: A Northern Fantasy (March 30, 1900) [Hathi]
  26. (25) Guy de Maupassant, The Orphan (March 31, 1900) [Hathi]
  27. (26) Waclaw Sieroszewski, A Sacrifice to the Gods (April 2, 1900) [Hathi]
  28. (27) Jules Claretie, Shakspere and Moliere (April 3, 1900) [Hathi]
  29. (28) Guy de Maupassant, Who Knows? (April 4, 1900) [Hathi]
  30. (29) Sigmund Freud, What Are Dreams? (April 5, 1900) [Hathi]
  31. (30) J. P. Jacobsen, The Plague at Bergamo (April 6, 1900) [Hathi]
  32. (31) H. Heathcote Statham, The Truth about Ruskin (April 7, 1900) [Hathi]
  33. (32) Elsbeth Meyer-Foerster, An Actress (April 9, 1900)
  34. (33) Olindo Malagodi, The Old House (April 10, 1900)
  35. (35) J. P. Jacobsen, Just the Place for Roses (April 12, 1900)
  36. (36) Leon de Tinseau, Calcatroni’s Revenge (April 13, 1900)
  37. (37) Guy de Maupassant, Beside Schopenhauer’s Corpse (April 14, 1900)
  38. (38) Woods Huntchinson, The Cancer Problem: or, Treason in the Republic of the Body (April 16, 1900)
  39. (39) W. E. Garrett Fisher, The House of Moliere (April 17, 1900)
  40. (40) L. Dufougeray, King Lohengrin (April 18, 1900)
  41. (41) F. Max Müller, The Question of Right Between England and the Transvaal (April 19, 1900)
  42. (42) Joseph Henry Crooker, The Philippine Problem (April 20, 1900)
  43. (43) King Bolton, Whig Imperialism (April 21, 1900)
  44. (44) Maynard Butler (ed.), Fifty-Eight Years as a Child and Woman in South Africa (April 23, 1900)
  45. (45) Sigmund Münz, The Next Pope (April 24, 1900)
  46. (46) John M. Bacon, Fogs and Their Teaching (April 25, 1900)
  47. (47) Chamfort, Philosophical Dialogues (April 26, 1900)
  48. (48) M. von Brandt, Chinese Pigtails and What Hangs Thereby (April 27, 1900)
  49. (49) A Heretic, The Anglo-Indian Creed (April 28, 1900)
  50. (50) Jan Bloch, Some Lessons of the Transvaal War (April 30, 1900)
  51. (51) Lee Vernon, Tuscan Notes: The Art and the Country (May 1, 1900)
  52. (52) Knot Hamsun, Slaves of Love (May 2, 1900)
  53. (53) Rudolf Klein, The Painter of Sin (May 3, 1900)
  54. (54) Vassili Verestchagin, Meissonier: Reminiscences (May 4, 1900)
  55. (55) Maurice Maeterlinck, The Eighteenth of Brumaire: or, the Coup d’Etat of the First Napoleon (May 5, 1900)
  56. (56) Ouida, Unwritten Literary Laws (May 7, 1900)
  57. (57) Maximilian Harden, When We, Dead, Awaken (May 8, 1900)
  58. (58) Alexander Sutherland, The Natural Decline of Warfare (May 9, 1900)
  59. (59) Samuel Cornut, General Joubert (May 10, 1900)
  60. (60) Henry S. Gabbett, Beneficent Germs (May 11, 1900)
  61. (61) Harlor, The Education of the Feminine Will (May 12, 1900)
  62. (62) Marcel Prévost, The French Novel in the Nineteenth Century (May 14, 1900)
  63. (63) Ouida, English Imperalism (May 15, 1900)
  64. (64) Paola Lombroso, The Children of the Italian Poor (May 16, 1900)
  65. (65) Eliza Priestly, Winged Carriers of Disease (May 17, 1900)
  66. ?
  67. ?
  68. (68) Grant Allen, The New Hedonism (May 21, 1900)
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