Anthology: $10.95 WHY WAR?
Sigmund Freud THE MELIAN DIALOGUE
Thucydides THE SOCIAL ME
William James ROTHSCHILD'S FIDDLE
Anton Chekhov CONCERNING THE DIVISION OF LABOR
Adam Smith CHELKASH
Maxim Gorky

HOW AN ARISTOCRACY MAY BE CREATED BY INDUSTRY
Alexis de Tocqueville

OBSERVATION AND EXPERIMENT
Claude Bernard

EVERYTHING THAT RISES MUST CONVERGE
Flannery O'Connor

AN ESSAY IN AESTHETICS
Roger Fry

AN OUTPOST OF PROGRESS
Joseph Conrad

ON STUDYING
Josť Ortega y Gasset

Anthology: $10.95 POLITICS
Aristotle OF COMMONWEALTH
Thomas Hobbes BARN BURNING
William Faulkner

OF CIVIL GOVERNMENT
John Locke

IN EXILE
Anton Chekhov

THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE

EQUALITY
Isaiah Berlin

SORROW-ACRE
Isak Dinesen

WHY AMERICANS ARE OFTEN SO RESTLESS
Alexis de Tocqueville

AFTER THE BALL
Leo Tolstoy

HABIT
William James

THE OVERCOAT
Nikolai Gogol

Anthology: $10.95 ON HAPPINESS
Aristotle

HABITS AND WILL
John Dewey

HAPPINESS
Mary Lavin

CRITO
Plato

ON LIBERTY
John Stuart Mill

CONSCIENCE
Immanuel Kant

A HUNGER ARTIST
Franz Kafka

OF THE LIMITS OF GOVERNMENT
John Locke

ANTIGONE
Sophocles

WHY GREAT REVOLUTIONS WILL BECOME RARE
Alexis de Tocqueville

A ROOM OF ONE'S OWN
Virginia Woolf

IN DREAMS BEGIN RESPONSIBILITIES
Delmore Schwartz

 

In all Introduction to Great Books series, fiction selections are presented in their entirety; most nonfiction selections are taken from larger works.