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16th-18th Cent. Lit.

1500-1799

WorkDateAuthor
The Sorrows of Young Werther 1774 Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Gulliver's Travels 1726 Johnathan Swift
Candide 1759 Voltaire
Twelfth Night or What You Will 1601 William Shakespeare
Pilgrim's Progress 1678 John Bunyan
Critique of Pure Reason 1781 Immanuel Kant
Robinson Crusoe 1719 Daniel Defoe
Leviathan 1651 Thomas Hobbes
The Jew of Malta 1592 Christopher Marlow
Tom Jones 1749 Henry Fielding
The Rights of Man 1776 Thomas Paine
The Age of Reason: An Investigation of True and Fabulous Theology (deistic tract) 1791 Thomas Paine
The American Crisis (16 Pamplets) 1776 Thomas Paine
Reflections on the Revolution in France 1790 Edmund Burke
Agrarian Justice 1795 Thomas Paine
A Philosophical Inquiry into the Origin of Our Ideas of the Sublime and Beautiful 1757 Edmund Burke