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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 491 pages of information about Halleck's New English Literature.

Wolfe’s A Literary Pilgrimage among the Haunts of Famous British
Authors
.

Salmon’s Literary Rambles in the West of England.

Hutton’s A Book of the Wye.

Headlam’s Oxford (Medieval Towns Series).

Winter’s Shakespeare’s England.

Murray’s Handbook of Warwickshire.

Lee’s Stratford-on-Avon, from the Earliest Times to the Death of
Shakespeare
.

Tompkins’s Stratford-on-Avon (Dent’s Temple Topographies).

Brassington’s Shakespeare’s Homeland.

Winter’s Grey Days and Gold (Shakespeare).

Collingwood’s The Lake Counties (Dent’s County Guides).

Wordsworth’s The Prelude (Books I.-V.).

Rawnsley’s Literary Associations of the English Lakes.

Knight’s Through the Wordsworth Country.

Bradley’s Highways and Byways in the English Lakes.

Jerrold’s Surrey (Dent’s County Guides).

Dewar’s Hampshire with Isle of Wight (Dent’s County Guides).

Ward’s The Canterbury Pilgrimage.

Harper’s The Hardy Country.

Snell’s The Blackmore Country.

Melville’s The Thackeray Country.

Kitton’s The Dickens Country.

Sloan’s The Carlyle Country.

Dougall’s The Burns Country.

Crockett’s The Scott Country.

Hill’s Jane Austen:  Her Homes and Her Friends.

Cook’s Homes and Haunts of John Ruskin.

William Sharp’s Literary Geography and Travel Sketches (Vol.  IV. of Works) contains chapters on The Country of Stevenson, The Country of George Meredith, The Country of Carlyle, The Country of George.

Eliot, The Bronte Country, Thackeray Land_, The Thames from Oxford to the Nore_.

Hutton’s Literary Landmarks of Edinburgh.

Stevenson’s Picturesque Notes on Edinburgh.

Loftie’s Brief Account of Westminster Abbey.

Parker’s Introduction to the Study of Gothic Architecture.

Stanley’s Memorials of Westminster Abbey.

Kimball’s An English Cathedral Journey.

Singleton’s How to Visit the English Cathedrals.

Bond’s The English Cathedrals (200 illustrations).

Cram’s The Ruined Abbeys of Great Britain (6 illustrations).

Home’s What to See in England.

Boynton’s London in English Literature.

GENERAL REFERENCE LIST FOR THE STUDY OF ENGLISH LITERATURE[1]: 

Cambridge History of English Literature, 14 vols.

Garnett and Gosse’s English Literature, 4 vols.

Morley’s English Writers, 11 vols.

Jusserand’s Literary History of the English People.

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