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Old 06-22-2008, 10:35 PM   #1
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I started another thread in a different forum but have abandoned it because I decided it was too egocentric - all about what "I" wanted. So I am taking another approach and posting here.

I have recently been enamored of determining the mother of all lists of "classics" and putting them all in my Sony Reader. Loading the Harvard Classics was a great start. I have also combed through other well-regarded lists of "classics", "great books", "western canon", etc. I generated a merged list of all these things.

From that merged list, one can sift and sort in various ways.

Here is my first short list. This list is all the items from my huge list that are NOT available on MobileRead, yet ARE available from Project Gutenberg or other good sources.

These are not necessarily my favorites - simply things that should be here to round out what we can. For anybody looking for a book to try to create, this is a good place to start.

Aristophanes - Clouds
Bennett, Arnold - The Old Wives' Tale
Calderˇn de la Barca - Life Is a Dream
Chekhov, Anton - The Cherry Orchard (in Plays, Second Series)
Chekhov, Anton - The Seagull
Chekhov, Anton - The Three Sisters (in Plays, Second Series)
Erasmus, Desiderius - The Praise of Folly
Goldsmith, Oliver - The Vicar of Wakefield
Herodotus - Histories
Huygens - Treatise on Light
Irving, Washington - Rip Van Winkle (in The Sketch-Book of Geoffrey Crayon)
Johnson, Samuel - A Grammar of the English Tongue
Nash, Thomas - The Unfortunate Traveller
Pushkin, Alexander - Eugene Onegin
Sanger, Margaret - The Pivot of Civilization
Schopenhauer - Studies in Pessimism
Strindberg, August - Miss Julie (in Plays, Second Series)
Tacitus - Agricola
Thucydides - The History of the Peloponnesian War
Wollstonecraft, Mary - A Vindication of the Rights of Women
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I'd be willing to take on Rip Van Winkle. I mean, the Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon.

I just need to turn it into a prc ... right??

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Here is another list. It is really more for the Gutenbergers - in that there is nothing WE can really do about it. This is a list of things that are missing from PG that really ought to be there.

I obtained this list by checking my huge merged list against PG. All of these authors are already well represented within PG, yet these particular works are missing. In many cases they are a missing part of a set. In other cases, the work identified is actually more famous or more seminal than other works that PG does have.

If anybody is lurking here from PG, I would think working on these should be a relatively high priority. This list is "only" 130 entries - and given the bazillions of files they already have, this is an amazingly short "to do" list. Relatively speaking!

Aquinas, Thomas - Treatise on Law
Bergson - An Introduction to Metaphysics
Bergson - Creative Evolution
Bergson - Matter and Memory
Bergson - The Two Sources of Morality and Religion
Bergson - Time and Free Will
Boswell, James - Boswell's London Journal: 1762-1763
Cather, Willa - A Lost Lady
Cather, Willa - Death Comes for the Archbishop
Chekhov, Anton - The Kiss
Cicero - Academics
Cicero - On Duties
Cicero - On the Ends of Good and Evil
Cicero - On the Nature of the Gods
Cicero - Orations Against Catiline
Cicero - Philippics
Cicero - Stoic Paradoxes
Cicero - The Laws
Cicero - The Republic
Cicero - Tusculan Disputations
Crane, Stephen - The Blue Hotel
Dante - On Monarchy
Dante - The New Life
Descartes - Objections Against the Meditations and Replies
Descartes - The Geometry
Dewey - Experience and Education
Dewey - Experience and Nature
Dewey - How We Think
Dewey - Logic: The Theory of Inquiry
Donne, John - A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning
Dreiser, Theodore - An American Tragedy
Einstein - On the Method of Theoretical Physics
Einstein - The Evolution of Physics
Einstein - The Meaning of Relativity
Eliot, T. S. - In The Sacred Wood
Eliot, T. S. - Tradition and Individual Talent
Emerson, Ralph Waldo - Journal
Erasmus, Desiderius - De Copia Verborum
Erasmus, Desiderius - De Ratione Studii
Faraday - Experimental Researches in Electricity
Flaubert, Gustave - A Sentimental Education
Ford, Ford Madox - Parade's End
Freud, Sigmund - Civilization and Its Discontents
Freud, Sigmund - New Introductory Lectures on Psychoanalysis
Freud, Sigmund - The Future of an Illusion
Glasgow, Ellen - Barren Ground
Glasgow, Ellen - Vein of Iron
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von - Elective Affinities
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von - Poetry and Truth
Gogol, Nikolay - The Diary of a Madman
Goncharov, Ivan - Oblomovka
Gorky, Maxim - The Artamonov Business
Haywood, Eliza - Love in Excess
Hodgson, William Hope - The House on the Borderland
Huizinga - The Waning of the Middle Ages
Hume - History of England
James, William - Essays in Radical Empiricism
James, William - The Principles of Psychology
Johnson, Samuel - Dictionary
Joyce, James - Finnegan's Wake
Kafka, Franz - Amerika
Kafka, Franz - The Castle
Kant, Immanuel - Perpetual Peace
Kant, Immanuel - Prolegomena to Any Future Metaphysics
Kant, Immanuel - The Science of Right
Keynes - The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money
Lagerl÷f, Selma - G÷sta Berling's Saga
LeFanu, Joseph Sheridan - In a Glass Darkly (5 stories)
Leibniz - Discourse on Metaphysics
Leibniz - Monadology
Leibniz - New Essays Concerning Human Understanding
Lewis, Sinclair - Arrowsmith
Luther - Three Treatises
Marx and Engels - Capital
Maupassant, Guy de - Two Friends
Maupassant, Guy de - Walter Schnaffs' Adventure
Mill, John Stuart - A System of Logic
Moliere - Don Juan
Moliere - The Critique of the School for Wives
Moliere - The Would-Be Gentleman
More, Sir Thomas - Epigrammata
Newton - Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy
Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm - On the Genealogy of Morality
O'Neill, Eugene - Desire Under the Elms
O'Neill, Eugene - Mourning Becomes Electra
O'Neill, Eugene - Strange Interlude
O'Neill, Eugene - The Iceman Cometh
Ovid - Art of Love
Plautus - Pseudolus
Pliny - Historia Naturalis
Plutarch - Lycurgus and Solon
Plutarch - Moralia
Poincare - Science and Hypothesis or Method
Pope, Alexander - (Horatian) Satires
Racine, Jean - Andromache
Racine, Jean - Berenice
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques - Julie; or the New Eloise
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques - On Political Economy
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques - Reveries of a Solitary Walker
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques - The Social Contract
Russell, Bertrand - An Inquiry into Meaning and Truth
Russell, Bertrand - Human Knowledge, Its Scope and Limits
Saki - The Open Window
Santayana - Persons and Places
Santayana - Skepticism and Animal Faith
Saxo Grammaticus - Gesta Danorum, Books 10-16 (medieval)
Schiller - On Naive and Sentimental Poetry
Shaw, George Bernard - Saint Joan
Shaw, George Bernard - Widower's Houses
Smollett, Tobias George - Humphrey Clinker
St. Augustine - On the Teacher
Stein, Gertrude - The Autobiography of Alice B Toklas
Stein, Gertrude - The Making of Americans
Stephens, James - The Charwoman's Daughter
Strindberg, August - By the Open Sea
Strindberg, August - The People of Hems÷
Strindberg, August - The Red Room
Tolstoy, Leo - Ivan the Fool
Tolstoy, Leo - What is Art?
Toynbee - A Study of History
Toynbee - Civilization on Trial
Turgenev, Ivan - King Lear of the Steppes
Whitehead - Adventures of Ideas
Whitehead - An Introduction to Mathematics
Whitehead - Science and the Modern World
Whitehead - The Aims of Education and Other Essays
Zola, ╔mile - Drunkard
Zola, ╔mile - La Bŕte Humaine
Zola, ╔mile - Nana
Zola, ╔mile - ThÚrŔse Raquin
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And now - the most curious list of all. Here is a short list of titles that is on almost everybody's short list of great works. None of these are at PG. Even curiouser, none of these authors are even represented.

Another thing for the Gutenbergers to contemplate.

Baudelaire, Charles - The Flowers of Evil
Bentham - Introduction to the Principles of Morals and Legislation
Bentham - Theory of Fictions
Euclid - Elements
Galileo - Concerning the Two New Sciences
Galileo - Starry Messenger (sidereus nuntius?)
Hegel - The Philosophy of Right
Heisenberg - Physics and Philosophy
Hippocrates - Hippocratic Writings
Juvenal - Satires
Kepler - Astronomia Nova
Kepler - Epitome of Copernican Astronomy
Kepler - The Harmonies of the World
Kierkegaard, S°ren - Fear and Trembling
Kierkegaard, S°ren - The Sickness unto Death
Laclos, Pierre Choderlos de - Dangerous Liaisons
Maritain - Art and Scholasticism
Maritain - The Degrees of Knowledge
Maritain - The Rights of Man and Natural Law
Maritain - True Humanism
Sartre - Being and Nothingness
Sartre - Nausea
Sartre - No Exit
Solzhenitsyn - Cancer Ward
Solzhenitsyn - The First Circle
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Finally, a disclaimer. I was able to automate some of this, but there was still a lot of handwork and eyeballing. So while "99%" accurate, there are bound to be a few errors or oversights on these lists. But you will at least get the idea.
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I've started working on the Sketchbook .... so aside from reformatting it and reading through it to make certain there are no errors ... is there anything else I need to do??
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I don't know about PRC or any other format - I need it in LRF. I haven't looked at it at all, so don't know for sure, but I think there are multiple short stories or verses in there. It would then need a TOC of links.
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And now - the most curious list of all. Here is a short list of titles that is on almost everybody's short list of great works. None of these are at PG. Even curiouser, none of these authors are even represented.

Another thing for the Gutenbergers to contemplate.

Baudelaire, Charles - The Flowers of Evil
Bentham - Introduction to the Principles of Morals and Legislation
Bentham - Theory of Fictions
Euclid - Elements
Galileo - Concerning the Two New Sciences
Galileo - Starry Messenger (sidereus nuntius?)
Hegel - The Philosophy of Right
Heisenberg - Physics and Philosophy
Hippocrates - Hippocratic Writings
Juvenal - Satires
Kepler - Astronomia Nova
Kepler - Epitome of Copernican Astronomy
Kepler - The Harmonies of the World
Kierkegaard, S°ren - Fear and Trembling
Kierkegaard, S°ren - The Sickness unto Death
Laclos, Pierre Choderlos de - Dangerous Liaisons
Maritain - Art and Scholasticism
Maritain - The Degrees of Knowledge
Maritain - The Rights of Man and Natural Law
Maritain - True Humanism
Sartre - Being and Nothingness
Sartre - Nausea
Sartre - No Exit
Solzhenitsyn - Cancer Ward
Solzhenitsyn - The First Circle
Errr... Not all of these are public domain.

It is reasonable to expect to find works by Baudelaire, Bentham, Euclid, Galileo, Hegel, Hippocrates, Juvenal, Kepler, Kierkegaard, and Laclos in some online archive such as Project Gutenberg. Note that although the original works may be out of copyright, English translations might still be copyrighted, though.

As for the others:
  • Sartre died in 1980. Being & Nothingness was published in 1943; Nausea in 1938; and No Exit in 1944.
  • Jacques Maritain died in 1973. Art & Scholasticism was published in 1947; The Degrees of Knowledge in 1959; The Rights of Man & Natural Law in 1943; and True Humanism in 1941. I did find a copy of Art & Scholasticism at http://www2.nd.edu/Departments/Maritain/etext/art.htm
  • Heisenberg died in 1976. Physics and Philosophy was published in 1958.
  • And, I believe that Solzhenitsyn is still living.

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I don't know about PRC or any other format - I need it in LRF. I haven't looked at it at all, so don't know for sure, but I think there are multiple short stories or verses in there. It would then need a TOC of links.
Well, then someone is going to need to tell me what I'm going to need to go from PRC to LRF, because I don't have a Sony and don't plan to get one.

However, I can and will get it from txt into prc. I can also produce a TOC, but again .... I have no idea (since I have only created PRC) how to get it into the format that you specifically want.
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Well, then someone is going to need to tell me what I'm going to need to go from PRC to LRF, because I don't have a Sony and don't plan to get one.

However, I can and will get it from txt into prc. I can also produce a TOC, but again .... I have no idea (since I have only created PRC) how to get it into the format that you specifically want.
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The workflow I've been using is described at http://www.mobileread.com/forums/sho...44&postcount=4 I used Harry T's two excellent guides to Book Designer and MobiPocket Creator, though I did discover that there are a few tips in the book building thread that one needs to know about.
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