Author:Thomas De Quincey

Thomas De Quincey
(1785–1859)
English essayist and intellectual
Thomas De Quincey

WorksEdit

  • De Quincey's Writings, 1850

v. 1 Confessions of an English opium-eater, and Suspiria de profundis. 1851--v. 2 Biographical essays. 1851.--v. 3 Miscellaneous essays. 1851.--v. 4 The Caesars. 1851.--v. 5-v. 6 Literary reminiscences; from The autobiography of an English opium-eater. 1851.--v. 7-v.8 Narrative and miscellaneous papers. 1853.--v. 9 Essays on the poets, and other English writers. 1853.--v. 10-v. 11 Historical and critical essays. 1853.--v. 12 Autobiographic sketches. 1859.--v. 13-v.14 Essays on philosophical writers and other men of letters. 1854-60.--v. 15 Letters to a young man and other papers. 1854.--v. 16-v. 17 Theological essays and other papers. 1854.--v. 18 The note book of an English opium-eater. 1855.--v. 19-v. 20 Memorials, and other papers. 1860.--v. 21 The avenger, a narrative; and other papers. 1859.--v. 22 The logic of political economy, and other papers. 1859.--v. 23 Life and manners; from The autobiography of an English opium-eater. 1851

as translator

Novels and short storiesEdit

Works about De QuinceyEdit

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