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Tauchnitz Publisher - 270 works / 205 ebooks

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  • Iliad by Homer
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    The last days of Pompeii by Edward Bulwer Lytton
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    Works by Charles Dickens
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    The last chronicle of Barset by Anthony Trollope
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    Just so stories for little children by Rudyard Kipling
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    Comoediae by Terence.
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    The First Men in the Moon by H. G. Wells
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    South Sea Tales by Jack London
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    Elegiae by Albius Tibullus, Tibullus
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    Corpus juris canonici by Catholic Church
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    Memoirs of an infantry officer by Siegfried Sassoon
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    Hail and farewell by Moore, George
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Editions Published
Year of Publication


published most by this publisher
S. Baer, 14 books
Cicero, 11 books
Baruch Spinoza, 10 books
Georg Ebers, 6 books
Plato, 6 books
Plutarch, 6 books
H. G. Wells, 5 books
Emil Friedberg, 5 books
Paul Heyse, 4 books
Julia Kavanagh, 4 books
John Galsworthy, 4 books
Florence Marryat, 3 books
Anthony Trollope, 3 books
Reuter, Fritz, 3 books
Lucian of Samosata, 3 books
Moore, George, 2 books
Lysias., 2 books
William Hepworth Dixon, 2 books
Ovid, 2 books
Wilhelmine von Hillern, 2 books
Robert Louis Stevenson, 2 books
Frederick Marryat, 2 books
Wilkie Collins, 2 books
Louis Tolhausen, 2 books
Dinah Maria Mulock Craik, 2 books


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