15 December

Year 23:
{420} Aristotle (384-322 B C).
Ethica Nicomachea.

{421} Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoevsky (1821-1881).
Prestupleniye i Nakazaniye. First published 1866.

Charles Lamb (1775-1834).
{422} Essays of Elia and {423} Last Essays of Elia. First published 1823 and 1833 respectively.

Isaac Emmanuelovich Babel (1894-c. 1940).
Collected Stories. Translated or revised by Walter Morison (World, 1960; Penguin, 1961).
[incl. {424} Konarmiya; {425} Odesskiye Rasskazy]
[and You Must Know Everything]

{426} Norbert Lynton.
The Story of Modern Art.

Ivan Sergeyevich Turgenev (1818-1883).
{427} Otsy i Deti. First published 1862.
[and {428} Zapiski Okhotnika; {429} Poems in Prose; {430} First Love; {431} Torrents of Spring]

Mirza Asadullah Beg Khan (Ghalib) (1797 or 1798-1869).
Divan-i-Ghalib. Edited by Imtiyaz Ali Arshi (1958). Partially translated as Ghazals of Ghalib: Versions From the Urdu edited by Aijaz Ahmad (Columbia U P, 1971).

{432} Alexander Isayevich Solzhenitsyn (b. 1918).
Odin den 'Ivana Denisovicha. First published 1962.

Kukai (774-835).
Kukai and His Major Works, translated by Yoshito S Hakeda (Columbia U P, 1972).
[incl. {433} Ten Stages of Religious Consciousness]

{434} Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin (1799-1837).
Eugene Onegin. First published 1833.

Year 24:
Sources of Chinese Tradition, compiled by William Theodore de Bary, Wing-tsit Chan, and Burton Watson (2 vols., Columbia U P, 1964).

{435} Questre de Saint Graal. Written anonymously c. 1225.

Anthology of Chinese Literature, edited by Cyril Birch (2 vols. Vol. 1, Penguin, 1967. Vol. 2, Grove Press, 1965).

{436} Jane Austen (1775-1817).
Pride and Prejudice. First published 1813.

Li Po (also Li T'ai Po) (701-762 A D).
Poems.

{437} Ts'ao Hsüeh-Ch'in (also Ts'ao Chan) (c. 1715-c. 1763).
Hung-lou Meng.

Federico García Lorca (1898-1936).
Obras Completas. Three Tragedies, translated by J Graham-Lujan and R L O'Connell (Penguin, 1961). [{438} Bodas de Sangre; {439} Yerma; {440} La Casa de Bernarda Alba]

{441} K'ung Fu-Tzu (usually latinized as Confucius) (c. 551-c. 479 B C).
Lun-yü ('Selected Sayings', often rendered 'Analects' since the time of Legge).

Alexander Ivanovich Kuprin (1870-1938).
Granatovy Braslet. First published 1911.
[incl. 'Molokh', {442} Poyedinok]

Mao Tse-Tung (1893-1976).
Selected Works (Vols. 1-4, 1965; Vol. 5, Foreign Languages Press, Peking, 1977).

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